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Who is the Supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces?

1 Prime Minister

2 Defense Minister

3 President

4 Chief of the Army Staff
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(3) President 
Is This Answer Correct ?    225 Yes 26 No
# 2
Is This Answer Correct ?    130 Yes 29 No
# 3
3 President 
Is This Answer Correct ?    84 Yes 9 No
Tejas Sura
# 4
Is This Answer Correct ?    60 Yes 11 No
Rohit Bhatia
# 5
Is This Answer Correct ?    40 Yes 5 No
Manpreet Singh
# 6
Mrs prathiba patel 
Is This Answer Correct ?    28 Yes 7 No
Devansh Jajodia
# 7
Is This Answer Correct ?    23 Yes 2 No
Pankaj Thakur
# 8
Is This Answer Correct ?    21 Yes 2 No
# 9
(1) Prime Minister 
Is This Answer Correct ?    15 Yes 11 No
# 10
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 1 No
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When was the first Atom Bomb dropped on Japan? (A) 1945 (B) 1939 (C) 1946 (D) 1947   1
. As on today, which one of the following countries has the largest external debt? (a) India (b) Brazil (c) USA (d) Mexico   1
In which continent some of its parts are over 1500 miles from the sea and in which the hottest as well as the coldest climates of the world are to be found? (a) Asia (b) Europe (c) America(s) (d) Australia   1
Reserve Bank of India was established on (a) January 1, 1934 (b) April 1, 1934 (c) January 1, 1935 (d) April 1, 1935   2
The Union government is planning to issue a notification under which all major construction projects costing over Rs?? will be required to have the clearance of Environment Ministry. 1 Rs.50 crore 2 Rs.100 crore 3 Rs.150 crore 4 Rs.200 crore   1
n-Butane and isobutene are 1 Optical isomers 2 Chain isomers 3 Position isomers 4 Functional isomers   1
The planet farthest from the sun is: (a) Pluto (b) Mars (c) Jupiter (d) Mercury   1
The blue coloured blood of this marine creature is used to test safety of drugs. It is found abundantly along Orissa coast?. The given description fits 1 Scorpion 2 Sepia 3 Cattle fish 4 Horse shoe crab   1
The normal temperature of human body on the Kelvin scale is 1 280 2 290 3 300 4 310 SSC 8
The right to Property as a Fundamental Right from the list of Fundamental Rights was removed by virtue of (a) Fourth Amendment (b) Twenty-fourth Amendment (c) Forty-second Amendment (d) Forty-fourth Amendment India-Post 4
The mid-latitude temperature zone extends from 23-1/20 to 66-1/20 latitudes: (a) in southern hemisphere (b) in northern hemisphere (c) in both hemisphere   1
The Kelkar proposals which were in the news recently were the (a) Recommendations for reforms in the power sector (b) Recommendations for tax reforms (c) Guidelines for the privatization of public sector undertakings (d) Guidelines for reducing vehicular pollution, and the promotion of CNG use   1
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