Match the following: (A) Govt. of India Act, 1935 : (1) Provincial Autonomy (B) Govt. of India Act, 1935 : (2) Separate Electorate (C) Minto Morley Reforms : (3) Dyarchy (D) Cabinet Mission Plan : (4) Constituent Assembly (a) A1, B2, C3, D4 (b) A2, B4, C3, D1 (c) A4, B1, C3, D2 (d) A3, B1, C2, D41 266
Which of the following statements about liver are true ? 1. It secrets bile enzyme 2. It forms fibrinogen that helps in clotting of blood 3. It produces heparin which prevents blood clotting in blood vessels 4. It is affected by excessive alcohol intake (a) 1 and 4 (b) 1,2 and 3 (c) 1,2 and 4 (d) 1,2,3 and 41 280
Match the following: (A) Islets of Langerhans – (1) Calcitonin (B) Pitutary gland – (2) Epinephrine (C) Thyroid gland – (3) Growth hormone (D) Adrenal gland – (4) Insulin (a) A4,B3,C2,D1 (b) A4,B3,C1,D2 (c) A3,B4,C1,D2 (d) A3,B2,C4,D11 279
Which of the following statements regarding the Constituent Assembly are true ? 1. It was not based on Adult Franchise 2. It resulted from direct elections 3. It was a multi party body 4. It worked through several committees (a) 1 & 2 (b) 2 & 3 (c) 1 & 4 (d) 1,2,3 & 41 304
Which of the following is the best conductor of electricity ? a) Ordinary Water b) Sea Water c) Boiled Water d) Distilled Water e) Rain Water1 282
What is the Laughing Gas ? a) Carbon Dioxide b) Sulphar Dioxide c) Hydrogen Peroxide d) Nitrous Oxide e) Carbon Monoxide1 283
Bromine is ? a) A colourless gas insoluble in water b) A highly inflammable gas c) A black solid d) A red liquid e) None of these1 272
Who among the following was not a member of the Constituent Assembly established in July, 1946 ? a) Vallabhbhai Patel b) Mahatma Gandhi c) K.M. Munish d) J.B. Kriplani e) Abul Kalam Azad1 296
Which of the following state governments has prohibited use of the word ‘Harijan’ and replaced it with ‘Anusuchit Jati’ in official work ? a) Karnataka b) Jammu & Kashmir c) Rajasthan d) Uttar Pradesh e) None of these1 311
Which one of the following does not constitute the electoral college for electing the president of India ? a) Elected members of Rajya Sabha b) Elected members of Lok Sabha c) Elected members of the Legislature d) Elected members of the legislative assembly of each state e) None of these1 323
Who among the following held office of the prime minister for the shortest period ? a) Lal bahadur shastri b) VP Singh c) Chandra Sekhar d) Charan Singh e) Morarji Desai1 290
Who is ex-officio chairman of the council of states ? a) President b) Speaker c) Prime Minister d) Leader of opposition e) Vice President1 333
At a time, president’s rule can be imposed on a state for a maximum period of ? a) 1 year b) 2 years c) 4 years d) 5 years e) None of these1 279
The transmission from one neuron to another takes place through chemicals called neuro transmitters. Which of the following are neuro transmitters ? 1. Adrenalin 2. Thyroxine 3. Acetylcholine (a) 1 and 2 (b) 1 and 3 (c) 1 only (d) 3 only1 279
Which one of the following Indian birds is highly endangered species? a) Golden Oriole b) Great Indian Bustard c) Indian Fantail Pigeon d) Indian Sunbird1 294
Who became the first Indian Telecom operator to launch 4G services?
state the opposite of asperity?
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Apollo is the god of which of the following as per Greek Mythology?
Who is the chief of Asian development bank?
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Which country has allocated US$ 10 billion to provide relief to its earthquake victims?
where does the southernmost tip in india lie?
state the seven wonders of the world which is located in india?
how many lions do you find in the ashok pillar?
What are your views on Kashmir issues?
What is the capital of Lithuania, Libya and UAE?
Name the chief justice of India?
Which countries are together called Scandinavia?
In the year 2004, where was Olympics held?