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Question
. The lower voting age in India is

(1) 18 years

(2) 21 years

(3) 24 years

(4) 27 years
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( 1 ) 18 years 
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affcourse 18 
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IN INDIA WHICH STATE INTRODUCED THE AGE LIMIT 18 YEARS AND
IN WHICH YEAR AND WHICH ELECTIONS?
 
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Other APPSC AllOther Interview Questions
 
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. The line joining places which have the same height above mean sea level is callea (1) Isobar (2) Isohaline (3) Isohyte (4) Contour   2
. ‘Moorlands’ are (1) Marine vegetation near Sundarbans (2) The areas of marshy lands (3) The regions where evergreen trees flourish (4) Areas where twisted shrubs and grasses grow   1
The hindu ruler who defeated Mohammad of Ghori was (1) Thiviraj (2) Jayachandra (3) Lalitaditya (4) Vidyadhara   1
. Who was the first C.M. of separate Andhra State? (1) T. Prakasam (2) Venkataratnam Naidu (3) Burgula Rama Krishna Rao (4) N. Sanjeevayya   1
. Kanishka held the fourth Buddhist Council mainly to (1) Honour Ashvaghosha (2) Conciliate the Brahmanas (3) Recongnise Mahayana form of Buddhism (4) Settle disputes between the different schools of Buddhist sects   1
The Saka Chief who attacked and occupied the Satavahana territories was (a) Rudradaman (b) Rudrasimha (c) Nahapana (d) Jivadaman   1
. Deficit financing means that the government borrows money from (1) The local bodies (2) The Reserve Bank (3) The neighbouring countries (4) All the above iFlex 7
Who of the following is the Captain of the English cricket team that visited India during November – December 2001? (1) Mike Atherton (2) Alec Stewart (3) Nasser Hussain (4) Andrew Caddick   1
. Which of the following statement contradicts the contention that oceans are great ‘regulators and stabilisers’ of climatic phenomenon over the earth? (1) Oceans receive deposits of solar energy in seasons of excessive insolation and pay them back in seasons of want (2) The enormous absorbing and liberating capacities of the oceans do not allow much extremes of temperature on the coastal areas (3) Oceans control the distribution of pressure in the upper atmosphere (4) Ocean currents help to re-distribute heat over thousands of kilometers   1
. The mean radius of the earth is approximately (1) 3,200 km (2) 6,400 km (3) 9,600 km (4) 12,800 km   2
. When a bill is presented to the President he (1) May refuse to sign it (2) May send it back for reconsideration (3) May change certain causes on the Bill (4) Has to sign it ultimately   1
. The highest mountain peak in India is (1) Everest (2) Nanda Devi (3) Kanchenjunga (4) Badrinath   3
 
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