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. The basic reason for the extraordinary sparkle of a
suitably cut diamond is that

(a) It has a very high transparency

(b) It has a very high refractive index

(c) It is very hard

(d) It has well-defined cleavage planes
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(b) It has a very high refractive index 
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The British were able to conquer India by: (a) taking advantage of the political, social and economic weakness of Indian society (b) following a policy of war and conquest (c) the policy of divide and rule (d) establishing trade relations   2
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Mycorrhiza is a symbiotic association between 1 Algae and roots of orchids 2 Protozoa and roots of higher plants 3 Bacteria and roots of higher plants 4 Fungi and roots of higher plants   1
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In the financial transaction of the Government, we often hear a term ?Deficit Financing?. Deficit Financing isA) Practised whenever Government expenditure exceeds the receipts from the public.B) That part of the Government expenditure which is met by drawing down the cash balance of the Government held in RBI or in State treasuries.C) That part of the Government expenditure which is required to be compensated by printing new notes/supply of fresh currency notes in the market.Which of these statements is/are correct? (1) Only A (2) Only A & B (3) Only C (4) Only B (5) None of these   1
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