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Ratnappa Kumbhar, who died in December ?98, was known for
which of the following contributions?

1 He started the trade union movement in Maharastra

2 He worked for the education of the weaker sections of society

3 He started the cooperative movement in Maharashtra by
uniting farmers

4 None of these
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( 3) He started the cooperative movement in Maharashtra by
uniting farmers
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The founder of Sikh religion was: (a) Kabir (b) Ramanuj (c) Nanak (d) Ramanand   1
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Lethal genes are much less common in haploid organisms than in diploids because: (A) haploids are usually smaller than the diploids (B) there are more diploids around us than these are haploids (C) in haploids, a gene is expressed even in a single dose (D) of the occurrence of irregular meiosis in haploids   1
Who among the following was hanged by the British Government in the Kakori Conspiracy ? (a) Bhagat Singh (b) Chandra Shekhar Azad (c) Ram Parshad ?Bismil? (d) Batukeshwar Dutt   2
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Of the following, the busiest oceanic trade route is 1 Panama Canal 2 Seuz Canal 3 Cape route 4 North Atlantic route   2
How many bones are there in human body? 1 180 2 198 3 206 4 210   3
Which one of the following States has no coal or oil resources? (a) Gujarat (b) Assam (c) Bihar (d) Tamil Nadu   1
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Why was Mr.G.P.Koirala, recently in the news? 1 He was on an official visit to India in January 1999 2 He was asked to resign as he lost the vote of confidence in Parliament 3 He resigned so that he may head a new coalition government 4 None of these   1
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