1 C Band
2 KU Band
3 S Band
4 3G Spectram
Q. Which among the following states is not awarded Krishi Karman Awards for 2011-12?
1 Madhya Pradesh
Q. Who is the chairman of Fourteenth Finance Commission?
1 Prof Abhijit Sen
2 Dr. Y.V.Reddy
3 Ms. Sushma Nath
4 Dr. M.Govinda Rao
Q. Who is the chairman of the 20th Law Commission of India?
1 Justice Balakrishnan
2 Justice M. Kartzu
3 Justice J. S. Verma
4 Justice D. K. Jain
Q. As per the latest Global Competitiveness Report 2012-13, brought out by World Economic Forum, a Swiss non-profit foundation based in Geneva, India ranks is -
Q. “Water Conservation Day” observed on -
1 20th November
2 19th November
3 24th November
4 31st October
Q. National Education Day observed on
1 11th November
2 14th November
3 5th September
4 21st May
Q. Which of the following Articles of Indian Constitution ensures Freedom of Press in India?
1 Article 356
2 Article 22
3 Article 327
4 Article 19
Q. The International Date Line is approximately equal to
1 The Equator
2 100th Meridian
3 180th Meridian
4 None of these
Q. The Vernal Equinox occurs on
1 June 21
2 March 21
3 September 23
4 December 21
Q. Rajasthan canal receives water from
Q. Which of the following represents a tribe of Rajasthan?
Q. Which is the only State that touches Sikkim?
2 West Bengal
3 Arunachal Pradesh
Q. The largest producer of tea in the world is
2 Sri Lanka
Q. The monetary unit of Bangladesh is
Q. Antyodaya scheme is meant to help the
3 Poorest of the poor section of the society
Q. 'Dhanraj Pillay' was associated with
4 Lawn Tennis
Q. As per Census 2011, the highest populated State is
2 Uttar Pradesh
3 Madhya Pradesh
4 Tamil Nadu
Q. The upcoming Ultra Mega Power Projects(UMPPs) at Cheyyur and Sarguja are located respectively in
1 Kerala and Chhattisgarh
2 Tamil Nadu and Odisha
3 Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh
4 Kerala and Odisha
Q. Andheri's newly constructed headquarters of anti-terror force was inaugurated by N. Kumar Reddy on August 13, 2012 in Hyderabad. What is the name of this counter-terrorist commando force?
1 Anti Terrorism Agency (ATA)
2 Organization to Counter Terrorist Operations (Octopus)
3 Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS)
4 Anti Terrorism Operations (ATO)
Q. Which two countries signed Agreement for the Modernisation of Indian Railways?
1 India and Belgium
2 Indian and China
3 USA and India
4 Russia and India
Q. Name the Indian telecom service company which had acquired US firm WPCS International?
1 Shyam Telecom
3 Tata Teleservices
4 Kavvery Telecom
Q. Which company was directed by the Supreme Court to refund an amount of 17400 crore of rupees to their Investors?
1 Sahara Group of Company
2 Reliance Industries
3 Air India
Q. Isle of Wight rock yielded three fossil footprints of Dinosaurs. In which one of the following countries Isle of Wight located?
Q. Which Indian Company signed a pact with French Energy company GDF Suez to import LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas)?
1 Indian Oil Corporation(IOC)
3 ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation)
4 Reliance Petroleum Limited
Q. National Defence Academy is situated at
Q. Which of the following is not correctly matched?
Q. India's largest museum is located at
Q. The Bhakra Dam is built across the river
Q. Breeding and management of bees is called
Q. Excessive consumption of alcoholic drinks causes damage to
Q. The headquarters of North Western Railway is located at
Q. Which award is given for excellence in sports?
1 Jamnalal Bajaj
4 None of these
Q. How many spokes are there in our national emblem 'Ashoka Chakra'?
Q. The normal term of office of UN Secretary-General is
1 3 yeras
2 4 years
3 6 years
4 5 years
Q. What was the theme of the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting organized in Davos, Switzerland?
1 Shaping the Post-Crisis World
2 Shared Norms for a New Reality
3 The power of collaborative innovation
4 Improve the state of the world: rethink, redesign, rebuild
Q. Which core sector industry has the highest weight in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP)?
2 Crude Oil
4 Petroleum refinery Products
Q. Which of the following has a 51:49 joint venture with Japanese automobile company Nissan for manufacturing light commercial vehicles in India?
1 Tata Motors
2 Ashok Leyland
3 Mahindra and Mahindra
4 Bajaj Auto
Q. According to the FDI data released by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on August 10, 2012, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflow in India declined to what amount in the April-June quarter of fiscal 2012-13?
1 6.4 billion dollar
2 5 billion dollar
3 5.4 billion dollar
4 7 billion dollar
Q. Which of the following has made the largest inbound foreign direct investment in India till date?
2 BP Plc
3 Vedanta Resource
4 Dailchi Sankyo
Q. SEBI, on August 16, 2012 has made it mandatory that all listed companies must have minimum ________ public shareholdings by June 2013.
Q. Which leading Indian business house sold its group company Centum Learning to Everonn Education?
2 Bharti Group
Q. Over 90% of the world's biomass is in-
1 freshwater wetlands
2 tropical rain forests
Q. Which one among the following is a source of methane emission into the atmosphere?
1 Industrial chimney
2 Automobile exhaust fume
Q. Carbon dioxide is called greenhouse gas because-
1 it is used in photosynthesis
2 its absorbs infrared radiation
3 it emits visible radiation
4 its concentration remains always higher than other gases
Q. The fossil of Archaeopteryx represents the evidence of origin of-
1 birds from reptiles
2 mammals from reptiles
3 reptiles from amphibians
4 mammals from birds
Q. Fiscal policy in India is formulated by-
1 the Reserve Bank of India
2 the Finance Ministry
3 the Planning Commission
4 the Securities and Exchange Board of India
Q. The imaginary line of the Earth's surface that closely follows the 180 degree Meridian is -
1 Prime Meridian
2 International Date Line
4 Tropic of Cancer
Q. Lack of atmosphere around the Moon is due to-
1 high escape velocity of air molecule and low gravitational attraction
2 low escape velocity of air molecule and low gravitational attraction
3 high escape velocity of air molecule only
4 low gravitational attraction only
Q. What is the major role of a greenhouse gas that contributes to temperature rise of the Earth's surface?
1 Stops both incoming sunlight and outgoing infrared radiation
2 Transparent to both incoming sunlight and outgoing infrared radiation
3 Lets incoming sunlight pass through but stops outgoing infrared radiation
4 Lets outgoing infrared radiation pass through but stops incoming sunlight
Q. The basis of European Union began with the signing of -
1 Treaty of Paris
2 Maastricht Trearty
3 Treaty of Lisbon
4 Treaty of Rome
Q. The soil formed by wind bust in and around hot deserts is called -
1 loamy soil
2 silty soil
3 loess soil
4 sandy soil
Q. The TEAM-9 initiative is a techno-economic cooperation venture between India and eight countries of -
1 North Africa
2 Central Africa
3 East Africa
4 West Africa
Q. Which one among the following is the type of the Comoros Islands which lie in the Indian Ocean between Northern Madagascar and the African Coast?
3 Eolian deposited
4 Glacial eroded
Q. If news is broadcast from London at 10:30 AM, at what time it will be heard at Baghdad (45 degree E)
1 9:00 AM
2 7:30 AM
3 12:00 Noon
4 1:30 PM
Q. The site of Harappa is located on the bank of river-
Q. Who among the following Governor Generals formed the Triple Alliance against Tipu Sultan?
1 Lord Wellesley
2 Lord William Bentick
3 Lord Cornwallis
4 Warren Hastings
Q. The Constitution of India is republican because it-
1 provides for adult franchise
2 provides for an elected Parliament
3 has no hereditary elements
4 contains a bill of rights
Q. Which one among the following statements is correct with regard to the C-5M Super Galaxy?
1 It is a large military transport aircraft
2 It is a large military helicopter
3 It is a US fighter aircraft to the completed in 2014
4 It is a galaxy of stars very close to the Sun
Q. The best colours for a Sun umbrella will be -
1 white on top and black on inside
2 red on top and black on inside
3 black on top and white on inside
4 black on top and red on inside
Q. Before X-ray examination (coloured X-ray) of the stomach, patients are given suitable salt of barium because -
1 barium is a good absorber of X-rays and helps stomach to appear clearly
2 barium salts are white in colour and this helps stomach to appear clearly
3 barium allows X-rays to pass through the stomach
4 barium salts are easily available
Q. The elements of a group in the periodic table-
1 are isobars
2 have consecutive atomic numbers
3 have similar chemical properties
4 are isotopes
Q. The pH of human blood is normally around-
Q. The pH of fresh groundwater slightly decreases upon exposure to air because -
1 carbon dioxide from air is dissolved in the water
2 oxygen from air is dissolved in the water
3 the dissolved oxygen of the groundwater escapes into air
4 the dissolved carbon dioxide of the groundwater escapes into air
Q. Which among the following countries has given a grant of US $ 1 billion for the reconstruction of the Nalanda University?
Q. Which one among the following is the fastest Indian Super-computer recently developed by ISRO?
Q. Which one among the following vitamins is necessary for blood clotting?
1 Vitamin D
2 Vitamin A
3 Vitamin K
4 Vitamin C
Q. The Nehru-Mahalanobis strategy of development guided the planning practice in India from the-
1 Fourth Five-Year Plan to the Eight Five-Year Plan
2 First Five-Year Plan to the Sixth Five-Year Plan
3 Second Five-Year Plan to the Seventh Five-Year Plan
4 First Five-Year Plan to the Eight Five-Year Plan
Q. While a proclamation of emergency is in operation, the duration of the Lok Sabha can be extended for a period -
1 not exceeding nine months
2 not exceeding three months
3 of two years at a time
4 of one year at a time
Q. If you travel along the Suez Canal from Port Said to Suez, you will come across several lakes. which of the following lakes is not on this Canal?
1 Little Bitter Lake
2 Lake Gatun
3 Great Bitter Lake
4 Lake Timsah
Q. What is a cloudburst?
1 It refers to sudden and copious rainfall over a small area which often lasts for only a few minutes
2 It refers to 50 mm rain over a period of time
3 It is caused by rapid condensation of very high clouds
4 It refers to a thunderstorm with little rain
Q. The macro-nutrients provided by inorganic fertilizers are -
1 carbon, iron and boron
2 nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
3 magnesium, zinc and iron
4 magnesium, manganese and sulphur
Q. Vermicompost is a/an -
1 Inorganic Fertilizer
2 Toxic Substance
3 Organic Biofertilizer
4 Synthetic Fertilizer
Q. In wildlife conservation, which one among the following best defines an 'endemic' species?
1 A species confined to a particular region and not found anywhere else
2 When the critical number of a species declines in a forest due to parasitic attack
3 A species which is cosmopolitan and can be commonly found in a biosphere
4 An endangered species which is found in a few restricted areas on the Earth
Q. Duncan passage is located between -
1 Little and Great Nicobar
2 North and Middle Andaman
3 South and Little Andaman
4 Middle and South Andaman
Q. The main area of production of icebergs is found in -
1 the East Coast of Japan
2 the West Coast of Greenland
3 the North Coast of Siberia
4 the West Coast of Africa
Q. The Operation Polo was associated with the annexation of which one among the following Princely States into Indian Union?
Q. The name of Ram Prasad Bismil is associated with -
1 Alipore Conspiracy Case
2 Kanpur Conspiracy Case
3 Meerut Conspiracy Case
4 Kakori Conspiracy Case
Q. Which one among the following was not a demand of the Prarthana Samaj?
1 Women education
2 Abolition of untouchability
3 Raising the age of marriage for boys and girls
4 Widow remarriage
Q. Which one among the following nontoxic gases helps in formation of enzymes which ripen fruit?
4 Carbon dioxide
Q. Age of fossil may be found out by determining the ratio of two isotopes of carbon. The isotopes are -
1 C-12 and C-13
2 C-13 and C-14
3 C-12 and C-14
4 C-12 and carbon black
Q. Who among the following Chinese travellers visited the kingdoms of Harshavardhana and Kumar Bhaskar Varma?
3 Hiuen Tsang
4 Sun Shuyun
Q. Which one among the following Indus cities was known for water management?
Q. Which one among the following States was first annexed by Lord Dalhousie under the Doctrine for Lapse?
Q. Ashokan inscriptions of Mansehra and Shahbazgadhi are written in -
1 Prakrit language, Kharoshthi script
2 Prakrit language, Brahmi script
3 Prakrit-Aramaic language, Brahmi script
4 Aramaic language, Kharoshthi script
Q. Who among the following scholars were contemporary of Kanishka? 1. Ashvaghosa 2. Nagarjuna 3. Vasumitra 4. Chanakya Select the correct answer using the codes given below:
1 1 and 2 only
2 3 and 4
3 2 and 4
4 1,2 and 3
Q. Sabin Award is given for the conservation of -
Q. The Indian research station Himadri is located at -
4 Arctic Region
Q. In the year 2011, a missile named 'PRAHAR', developed by DRDO was test fired. This is a -
1 short-range surface to air missile
2 long-range surface to air missile
3 short-range surface to surface missile
4 long-range surface to surface missile
Q. Which one among the following statements is correct?
1 All enzymes are proteins
2 All proteins are enzymes
3 None of the enzymes is protein
4 None of the proteins is enzyme
Q. Which one among the following statements is correct?
1 All bases are alkalis
2 None of the bases is alkali
3 There are no more bases except the alkalis
4 All alkalis are bases but all bases are not alkalis
Q. Which one among the following statements about NATO is not correct?
1 NATO has 28 independent member States
2 The US is an ex officio member of NATO
3 NATO is a collective defence organization in Europe
4 Turkey is a member of NATO
Q. The National Commission for Women was created by -
1 an amendment in the Constitution of India
2 an Act passed by the Parliament
3 an order of the President of India
4 a decision of the Union Cabinet
Q. Under which law it is prescribed that all proceedings in the Supreme Court of India shall be in English language?
1 The Supreme Court Rules, 1966
2 Article 145 of the Constitution of India
3 Article 348 of the Constitution of India
4 A Legislation made by the Parliament
Q. Which one of the following reactions is the main cause of the energy radiation from the Sun?
1 Diffusion reaction
2 Chemical reaction
3 Fission reaction
4 Fusion reaction
Q. In SONAR, we use -
1 radio waves
2 audible sound waves
3 infrasonic waves
4 ultrasonic waves
Q. A liquid is kept in a regular cylindrical vessel up to a certain height. If this vessel is replaced by another cylindrical vessel having half the area of cross-section of the bottom, the pressure on the bottom will -
1 be increased to twice the earlier pressure
2 be reduced to one-fourth the earlier pressure
3 remain unaffected
4 be reduced to half the earlier pressure
Q. The time period of a simple pendulum having a spherical wooden bob is 2 second. If the bob is replaced by a metallic one twice as heavy, the time period will be -
1 more than 2 second
2 1 second
3 2 second
4 less than 1 second
Q. Which one among the following statements about an atom is not correct?
1 Atoms are the basic units from which molecules and ions are formed
2 Atoms always combine to form molecules
3 Atoms aggregate in large numbers to form the matter that we can see, feel and touch
4 Atoms are always neutral in nature
Q. Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched?
1 Vitamin B1 - Retinol
2 Vitamin C - Calciferol
3 Vitamin B6 - Niacin
4 Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin
Q. Who of the following was impeached by the British Parliament?
1 Lord Cornwallis
2 T.B. Macaulay
3 Warren Hastings
4 Lord Clive
Q. The first hour of every sitting of the Lok Sabha is called -
1 Public hour
2 Question hour
3 Privilege hour
4 Zero hour
Q. Wind actions create 'Mushroom rocks' which are usually found in-
1 Tropical coastal area
Q. The Black rust of disease of wheat is caused by-
1 Xanthomonas graminis
2 Puccinia graminis
3 Puccinia recondita
4 None of these
Q. The most abundant gas in the earth's atmosphere is-
3 Carbon dioxide
Q. Which of these continents has maximum per capita land?
4 North America
Q. The working principle of a washing machine is -
3 Reverse osmosis
Q. Central Vigilance Commission was set up on the recommendation of -
1 Gorwala Report
2 Administrative Reforms Commission of India
3 Santhanam Committee
4 Kripalani Committee
Q. Through which mountain range passes the Konkan Railway Track?
1 Western Ghat
3 Eastern Ghat
4 Neelgiri Hills
Q. Lighting and Thundering are the characteristic feature of -
Q. Which of these volcanoes is called the 'Light House of the Mediterranean'?
Q. Which one of the following countries had recently joined World Trade Organisation?
Q. With which one of the following products is 'De Beers' associated?
3 Nuclear Energy
Q. FATF stands for-
1 Financial Accountability Task Frame
2 Fiscal Accountability Trade Force
3 Fiscal Action Task Force
4 Financial Action Task Force
Q. Major producer of mulberry silk in India is -
2 Jammu and Kashmir
4 Himachal Pradesh
Q. Which was mainly responsible for the Bhopal Mishap in 1984?
1 Methyl Isocyanate
2 Carbon dioxide
4 Carbon mono-oxide
Q. In which year Family Planning Programme was started in India?
1 1950 AD
2 1952 AD
3 1951 AD
4 1955 AD
Q. Which type of fire extinguisher is used for Petroleum fire ?
1 Soda acid type
2 Powder type
3 Foam type
4 None of these
Q. 'Prince of Pilgrims' was the name attributed to-
1 Hiuen Tsang
Q. The scientist known as father of Genetics is -
3 F.B. Morrison
4 G.J. Mandel
Q. Which of the following terms is used in cricket?
2 Centre Half
3 Bull's eye
Q. With which of the following activities, Golden Globe Awards are associated?
1 Social work
4 Women education
Q. Which one of the following is the biggest flower in the world ?
1 Sun flower
3 Glory Lily
Q. Who was not associated with the Aligarh Movement?
1 Nazir Ahmad
2 Altaf Hussain Hali
3 Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
4 Chiragh Ali
Q. Who among the Maratha Peshwas preached the ideal of 'Hindu-Pad-Padshai'?
1 Baji Rao I
2 Balaji Viswanath
3 Narayan Rao
4 Madhab Rao
Q. The Chilka Lake Region is situated between the deltas of -
1 Krishna and Kaveri
2 Godavari and Krishna
3 Ganga and Mahanadi
4 Mahanadi and Godavari
Q. 'Fianchetto' is a strategy in the game of -
1 Car racing
4 Bull fight
Q. The 'du-aspa' and 'seh-aspa' rank was first introduced during the reign of -
Q. Which of the following countries is the largest rice producing nation in the world?
Q. A monument resembling the Taj Mahal was got created by Aurangzeb in -
Q. Who had proposed party less democracy in India?
1 S.A. Dange
2 Jaya Prakash Narayan
3 Vinoba Bhave
4 Mahatma Gandhi
Q. Normal human blood is -
Q. Adult Filaria worms live in human-
Q. The 'Theory of Natural Selection' was proposed by -
1 J.B.S. Haldane
2 C.R. Darwin
3 A.I. Oparin
4 G.J. Mandel
Q. A pugilist is a -
Q. Regicide means -
1 Murder of a father
2 Murder of a brother
3 Murder of a King
4 Murder of a sister
Q. The Planning Commission of India was established in the year
Q. Green Revolution was started in
Q. The term of the Finance Commission is
1 Five years
2 Ten years
3 Three years
4 Six years
Q. Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in
Q. Which one of the following methods is used to ascertain the public opinion on important legislation?
4 None of the above
Q. The final authority to interpret our Constitution is the
2 Supreme Court
3 Prime Minister
Q. Seleucus Nicator was defeated by
3 Chandragupta Maurya
Q. The striking feature of the Indus Valley Civilisation was
1 Mesolithic Civilisation
2 Urban Civilisation
3 Paleolithic Civilisation
4 Agrarian Civilisation
Q. The famous Bhakti Saint who belonged to the royal family of Mewar was
Q. After Alexander's death the Eastern part of his empire came under
4 Seleucus Nicator
Q. The Thar Express goes to
Q. The product used for manufacturing of Industrial alcohol is
Q. Guwahati is situated on the bank of the river
Q. Kanchenjunga is situated in
1 West Bengal
4 Himachal Pradesh
Q. With which set of the following countries has Arunachal Pradesh common border?
1 Bhutan, Bangladesh & China
2 Myanmar, Bangladesh & China
3 Bhutan, China & Myanmar
4 Bhutan, Bangladesh & Myanmar
Q. The green colour of the leaves is due to the presence of
Q. The edible part of an onion is
1 Fleshy leaves
2 Aerial stem
3 Aerial flower
4 Modified root
Q. The normal body temperature of human beings is
1 96.4 degree F
2 97.4 degree F
3 98.4 degree F
4 99.4 degree F
Q. Columba livia is the scientific name of
Q. Bones are pneumatic in
Q. Name the process of production of energy in the Sun
2 Nuclear fission
4 Nuclear fusion
Q. A spherical ball made of steel when dropped in mercury container will
1 sink in mercury
2 will be on the surface of mercury
3 will be partly immersed in mercury
4 will dissolve in mercury
Q. The sounds having a frequency of 20 Hertz to 20,000 Hertz are known as
2 Audible sounds
Q. Eclipses occur due to which optical phenomena?
3 Rectilinear propagation
Q. Which of the following produces highest amount of energy upon oxidation?
3 An alkane
Q. Pure water is bad conductor of electricity because it is
1 not volatile
2 feebly ionized
3 a non-polar solvent
4 a very good solvent
Q. Where is National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) located?
Q. The metals commonly used for electroplating are
1 Gold, Sodium & Chromium
2 Chromium, Copper & Nickel
3 Nickel, Lead & Chromium
4 Gold, Sodium & Potassium
Q. Which of the following in automobile exhaust can cause cancer?
1 Carbon monoxide
2 Oxides of nitrogen
3 Polyclinic hydrocarbons
Q. Bleaching powder is used in drinking water as a/an
Q. Gamma rays have greatest similarity with
Q. where are programs and data to be used by the computer available?
2 Processing unit
Q. Who invented chloroform as anaesthetic?
1 Edward Jenner
2 James Simpson
3 Alexander Fleming
4 Christian Barnard
Q. With which of the following was Satyajit Ray associated?
1 Direction of films
2 Classical music
3 Classical dance
Q. Census data related on July 15, 2011 reflects that 13.48 percent urban population lives in
2 Uttar Pradesh
Q. National Social Assistance Programme is aimed at providing
1 financial support to Scheduled Castes and scheduled Tribes
2 old age pension to very poor
3 insurance for the poor
4 all of the above
Q. As per studies, the Tummalapalle mine in Andhra Pradesh could have Uranium reserve of
1 1 lakh tonnes
2 2 lakh tonnes
3 1.5 lakh tonnes
4 2.5 lakh tonnes
Q. Which of the following is a famous Assamese festival?
1 Makar Sakranti
4 Rongali Bihu
Q. The least populated State in India is
2 Arunachal Pradesh
Q. Who among the following has written the book Joseph Anton?
1 Vikram Seth
2 V.S. Naipaul
3 Salman Rushdie
4 Amitav Ghosh
Q. In which one of the following States is Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary located?
2 Tamil Nadu
3 Andhra Pradesh
Q. The city of Nashik is situated on the bank of which one of the following rivers?
Q. Who among the following was the Finance Minister of India in the Interim Government during 1946-47?
1 R.K. Shanmukham Chetty
2 John Mathai
3 Liaquat Ali Khan
4 Chintamanrao Deshmukh
Q. Meghnad Saha is known for his contribution in which one of the following fields?
2 Medical Science
3 Environmental Science
Q. Which one of the following is the softest?
Q. Michael Phelps, who won the highest number of gold medals in Olympic Games in 2008 and 2012, broke the record of
1 Rebecca Adlington
3 Grant Hackett
4 Mark Spitz
Q. Federal Reserve is the financial organisation of the
Q. Who amongst the following is the author of the book Unaccustomed Earth?
1 Jhumpa Lahiri
2 Meera Nair
3 Salman Rushdie
4 Dalai Lama
Q. Kiel Canal connects
1 Baltic Sea and North Sea
2 Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea
3 Caribbean Sea and Pacific Sea
4 Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean
Q. The Indian king who opposed Alexander was
Q. Which state is called the 'Cradle of Buddhism?
2 Uttar Pradesh
3 Madhya Pradesh
Q. Which is not a feature of the American Constitution?
1 Written Constitution
3 Cabinet System
Q. China recently objected the participation of an Indian company in its joint venture with another country for offshore oil exploration. which one among the following is that country?
2 South Korea
Q. An African country, Sudan has been broken into two recently with formation of a new country named South Sudan. Economy of South Sudan will depend on its -
2 agricultural product
3 fishery product
4 forest product
Q. 'Danger' - whose album is it?
1 M. Jackson
2 John Lenon
3 Paul Robson
4 Harry Belafonte
Q. The nearest planet of the Sun is -
Q. Who is the author of 'Abol Tabol'?
1 Sandip Ray
2 Satyajit Ray
3 Sukumar Ray
4 Upendrakishore Raychowdhuri
Q. The number of medals won by Indian in the 2010 Commonwealth Games-
Q. How many Fundamental Rights have been incorporated in the Constitution of India?
Q. 'Desdemona' is a character of the drama -
1 The Tempest
2 King Lear
3 Othello, The Moor of Venice
4 Romeo and Juliet
Q. Who was the last king of the Maurya dynasty?
3 Chandragupta II
4 Pushyamitra Sunga
Q. The word 'Bergschurnd' is associated with the -
1 works of rivers
2 works of waves
3 works of winds
4 works of glaciers
Q. How many Fundamental Duties have been incorporated in the Constitution of India?
Q. Aphelion position of the earth occurs is -
1 January 3
2 July 4
3 September 23
4 March 21