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  Question 1

Choose the word, which is most opposite in meaning of the word, printed in bold as used in the passage Deleterious.

A : Beneficial
B : Harmfu
C : Irreparable
D : Non-cognizable


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 2

    The author's most important objective of writing the above passage seems to

    A : Highlight the use of nuclear weapons as an effective population control measures.
    B : Illustrate the devastating effects of use of nuclear weapons on mankind.
    C : Duly highlight the supremacy of the nations which possess nuclear weapons.
    D : Summarise the long biological effects of use of nuclear weapons.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 3

    The scientists engaged in manufacturing destructive weapons are

    A : Very few in number
    B : Irresponsible and incompetent
    C : More than half of the total number
    D : Engaged in the armaments industry against their desire


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 4

    According to the passage, the argument on use and manufacture of nuclear weapons

    A : Does not stand the test of legality
    B : Possesses legal strength although it does not have moral standing
    C : Is acceptable only on moral grounds
    D : Becomes stronger if legal and moral considerations are combined


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 5

    The author of the passage seems to be of the view that

    A : Utilization of scientific skills in manufacture of weapons is appropriate.
    B : Manufacture of weapons of death would help eradication of poverty.
    C : Spending money on manufacture of weapons may be justifiable subject to the availability of funds.
    D : Utilization of valuable knowledge for manufacture of lethal weapons is inhuman.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 6

    Which of the following is one of the consequences of nuclear war?

    A : Fertility of land will last for a year or so
    B : Post-war survivors being very few will have abundant food.
    C : Lights would be cooler and more comfortable.
    D : Southern Hemisphere would remain quite safe in the post-war period.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 7

    Which of the following best explains the word devoted, as used in the passage?

    A : Dedicated for a good cause
    B : Utilised for betterment
    C : Abused for destruction
    D : Under-utilised


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 8

    The biological consequences of nuclear war as given in the passage include all the following, except

    A : Fall in temperature below zero degree Celsius.
    B : Ultraviolet radiation
    C : High does of ionizing
    D : Abundant food for smaller population.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 9

    It appears from the passage that the use of nuclear weapons is considered against morality by

    A : Only such of those nations who cannot afford to manufacture and sell weapons
    B : Almost all the nations of the world
    C : Only the superpowers who can afford to manufacture and sell weapons
    D : Most of the scientists devote their valuable skills to manufacture nuclear weapons.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 10

    Which of the following statements I, II, III and IV is definitely true in the context of the passage?
    (I) There is every likelihood of survival of the human species as a consequence of nuclear war.
    (II) Nuclear war risks and harmful effects are highly exaggerated.
    (III) The post war survivors would be exposed to the benefits of non-lethal radiation.
    (IV) Living organisms in the areas which are not directly affected by nuclear was would also suffer


    A : I
    B : III
    C : II
    D : I


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 11

    Select the word that is spelt correct

    A : renaissance
    B : renaisance
    C : renaissence
    D : renaisence


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 12

    Select the word that is spelt correct

    A : malaese
    B : melaize
    C : melaise
    D : malaise


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 13

    Select the word that is spelt correct

    A : irelevant
    B : irrelevent
    C : irrelevant
    D : irrellevant


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 14

    Select the word that is spelt correct

    A : survilance
    B : surveillance
    C : surveilance
    D : surveilliance


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 15

    Select the word that is spelt correct

    A : gaiety
    B : gaietty
    C : gaeity
    D : gaitty


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 16

    Given below is a foreign language phrase that is commonly used. Choose the correct meaning of the phrase
    Mala fide


    A : in good faith
    B : in bad faith
    C : without any faith
    D : with full faith


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 17

    Given below is a foreign language phrase that is commonly used. Choose the correct meaning of the phrase
    Pro rata


    A : at the rate of
    B : at quoted rate
    C : in proportion
    D : beyond all proportion


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 18

    Given below is a foreign language phrase that is commonly used. Choose the correct meaning of the phrase
    Vice versa


    A : in verse
    B : versatile verse
    C : in consonance with
    D : the other way round


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 19

    Given below is a foreign language phrase that is commonly used. Choose the correct meaning of the phrase
    Ab initio


    A : from the very beginning
    B : high initiative
    C : things done later
    D : without initiative


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 20

    Given below is a foreign language phrase that is commonly used. Choose the correct meaning of the phrase
    Alibi


    A : every where
    B : else where
    C : no where
    D : without any excuse


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 21

    The idiom given below is commonly used. Choose its correct meaning
    To give the game away


    A : To lose the game
    B : To give a walk-over in a game
    C : To reveal the secret
    D : To play the game badly


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 22

    The idiom given below is commonly used. Choose its correct meaning
    To cool one's heels


    A : To close the chapter
    B : To walk on the heels
    C : To kick someone with the heels
    D : To wait and rest for some time


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 23

    The idiom given below is commonly used. Choose its correct meaning
    To bury the hatchet


    A : To fight with the hatchet
    B : To forget the enmity
    C : To bury the treasure under ground
    D : To pick up enmity


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 24

    The idiom given below is commonly used. Choose its correct meaning
    Gift of the gab


    A : Gift for hard work
    B : Gift undeserved
    C : Gift of being a good conversationalist
    D : Gift from unknown person


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 25

    The idiom given below is commonly used. Choose its correct meaning
    To smell a rat


    A : To suspect a trick
    B : To detect a foul smell
    C : To behave like a rat
    D : To trust blindly


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 26

    Some people believe that in emotional maturity men are inferior……………..…women.

    A : Than
    B : To
    C : From
    D : Against


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 27

    My father was annoyed ……….me.

    A : Towards
    B : Against
    C : With
    D : Upon


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 28

    Some orthodox persons are averse………. drinking liquor.

    A : Against
    B : For
    C : Towards
    D : To


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 29

    The Cinema Hall was on fire and the Cinema owner had to send the……. Fire Brigade.

    A : For
    B : Through
    C : Off
    D : In


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 30

    He was not listening………… I was saying.

    A : That
    B : Which
    C : To what
    D : What


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 31

    Drinking country liquor at marriage is a custom…………. certain tribes.

    A : In
    B : Among
    C : Between
    D : With


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 32

    The struggle for justice brings ………the best of moral qualities of men.

    A : Forward
    B : About
    C : In
    D : Out


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 33

    If he………….a horse he would fly.

    A : Was
    B : Were
    C : Is
    D : Goes


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 34

    Mohan has a bad habit of……….at on odd hour.

    A : Turning up
    B : Turning in
    C : Turning over
    D : Turning Off


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 35

    He must refrain……….immoral conducts.

    A : Off
    B : Through
    C : From
    D : Against


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 36

    Read jumbled sentences carefully and then choose the option which shows the best sequence of sentences of the passage
    (i) The Collector said that the Dams should receive
    (ii) To ensure uninterrupted
    (iii) Water up to a particular level
    (iv) Supply of water for irrigation
    The best sequence is:


    A : ii, i, iv, iii
    B : i, iii, ii, iv
    C : iv, i, iii, ii
    D : ii, iv, i, iii


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 37

    Read jumbled sentences carefully and then choose the option which shows the best sequence of sentences of the passage
    (i) He loved to distribute them among small kids.
    (ii) He wore a long, loose shirt with many pockets.
    (iii) And in doing so his eyes brightened.
    (iv) The pockets of his shirt bulged with toffees and chocolates.
    The best sequence is:


    A : ii, i, iii, iv
    B : i, iv, ii, iii
    C : iv, i, iii, ii
    D : ii, iv, i, iii,


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 38

    Read jumbled sentences carefully and then choose the option which shows the best sequence of sentences of the passage
    (i) As we all know, a legislation
    (ii) Needs the assent of the President
    (iii) Passed by the Houses of Parliament
    (iv) To become law.
    The best sequence is:


    A : i, iii, ii, iv
    B : i, iv, ii, iii
    C : iv, i, iii, ii
    D : ii, iv, i, iii


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 39

    Read jumbled sentences carefully and then choose the option which shows the best sequence of sentences of the passage
    (i) The farmers grow food for the whole country.
    (ii) And therefore it is our duty to improve their lot.
    (iii) Yet these fellows are exploited by the rich.
    (iv) Hence they are the most useful members of the society.
    The best sequence is:


    A : ii, i, iv, iii
    B : i, iv, ii, iii
    C : i, iv, iii, ii
    D : ii, iv, i, iii


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 40

    Read jumbled sentences carefully and then choose the option which shows the best sequence of sentences of the passage
    (i) The ripples looked enchanting in the light of the Sun.
    (ii) We went to the pond.
    (iii) We flung stones to create ripples.
    (iv) We stood knee-deep in the muddy water of the pond.
    The best sequence is:


    A : ii, i, iv, iii
    B : ii, iv, iii, i
    C : iv, i, iii, ii
    D : iv, ii, i, iii


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 41

    Capital market means

    A : Mutual Funds
    B : Money Market
    C : Securities Market
    D : Banking Business


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 42

    From which river would the National River Project be started?

    A : Yamuna
    B : Gomti
    C : Ganga
    D : Krishna


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 43

    "The Audacity of Hope" is a book written by

    A : Bill Clinton
    B : Barack Obama
    C : Gorge Bush
    D : Bill Gates


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 44

    ‘WPI’ is used as an acronym for

    A : World Price Index
    B : World Price Indicators
    C : Wholesale Price Index
    D : Wholesale Price Indicators


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 45

    If the tax rate increases with the higher level of income, it shall be called

    A : Progressive Tax
    B : Proportional Tax
    C : Lump sum Tax
    D : Regressive Tax


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 46

    Who is the Director of "Chak De India"?

    A : Shimit Amiro
    B : Yash Chopra
    C : Shahrukh Khan
    D : Ram Gopal Verma


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 47

    What is the full form of the scanning technique CAT?

    A : Complete Anatomical Trepanning
    B : Computerized Automatic Therapy
    C : Computerized Axial Tomography
    D : Complete Axial Transmission


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 48

    Who got the World Food Prize?

    A : Kofi Annan
    B : Man Mohan Singh
    C : Bhumibol Adulyadej
    D : Hillary Clinton


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 49

    ISO 9000 is a

    A : Quality Standard Mark
    B : Space Project
    C : Trade Technique
    D : Loan Security


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 50

    What is 'AGMARK'?

    A : Name of Brand
    B : A Marketing Research Organisation
    C : Eggs supplied by Government-run cooperative
    D : Agriculture marketing for agro products


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 51

    The Headquarters of Indian Space Research Organisation is at

    A : Trivandrum
    B : New Delhi
    C : Bangalore
    D : Ahmedabad


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 52

    "Saras" is the name of

    A : An Aircraft
    B : A Tank
    C : A Missile
    D : A Submarine


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 53

    First woman Prime-Minister in the World was from

    A : Sri Lanka
    B : Bhutan
    C : India
    D : Nepal


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 54

    Who was felicitated with 'Nishan-e-Pakistan'?

    A : Shatrughan Sinha
    B : Maulana Azad
    C : Dilip Kumar
    D : Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 55

    Which State provided separate reservation for Muslims and Christians in the State Backward Classes List in 2007?

    A : Andhra Pradesh
    B : Tamil Nadu
    C : Bihar
    D : Kerala


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 56

    Which of the following dances is not a classical dance?

    A : Kathakali
    B : Garba
    C : Odissi
    D : Manipuri


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 57

    Sulabh International is an organisation which provides

    A : Health Services in Rural Areas
    B : Good Sanitation at Cheap Rates
    C : Low Cost Accommodation
    D : Low Cost Credit


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 58

    Who among the following was honoured with 'Officer of the Legion of Honour' award by French Government in July 2008?

    A : Dev Anand
    B : Yash Chopra
    C : B.R. Chopra
    D : Mrinal Sen


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 59

    The largest gland in the human body is

    A : Liver
    B : Pancreas
    C : Thyroid
    D : Endocrine


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 60

    The Railway Budget for 2007-2008 has declared the year 2007 as the year of

    A : Cleanliness
    B : Passenger Comfort
    C : Staff Welfare
    D : Computerization of Reservations


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 61

    In the world of Hindi Cinema, who was affectionately called as 'Dada Moni'?

    A : Balraj Sahni
    B : Prithviraj Kapoor
    C : Ashok Kumar
    D : Utpal Dutt


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 62

    Out standing Parliamentarian Award (2006) was presented in 2007 to

    A : P. Chidambram
    B : Sarad Pawar
    C : Mani Shankar Aiyar
    D : Sushma Swaraj


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 63

    World's longest sea bridge has taken shape in to 2007 in

    A : China
    B : Japan
    C : Singaore
    D : U.S.A.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 64

    Who among the following Indians became Citigroup's Investment Banking head?

    A : L. N. Mittal
    B : A.K. Subramaniyam
    C : Vineet Seth
    D : Vikram Pandit


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 65

    The Green Revolution in India has been identified with

    A : Dr. Man Mohan Singh
    B : Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia
    C : Mr. Rajendra, Singh `waterman'
    D : Dr. M.S. Swaminathan


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 66

    Indian Judge in the UN Law of the Sea Tribunal is

    A : Dr. P.S.Rao
    B : Dr. P.C.Rao
    C : Mr. Justice Jagannath Rao
    D : Mr. Justice Rajendra, Babu


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 67

    The Ozone Layer thins down as a result of a chain chemical reaction that separates from the layer

    A : Oxygen
    B : Chlorine
    C : Nitrogen
    D : Hydrogen


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 68

    Joint SAARC University of eight SAARC Nations has been established in

    A : Colombo
    B : Dhaka
    C : Kathmandu
    D : New Delhi


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 69

    Which country recently produced the world's first cloned rabbit using a biological process that takes cells from a fetus?

    A : U.K.
    B : China
    C : U.S.A
    D : Germany


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 70

    Which one of the following Vitamins is responsible for blood clotting?

    A : Vitamin A
    B : Vitamin E
    C : Vitamin C
    D : Vitamin K


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 71

    What is the meaning of 'Gilt Edged Market'?

    A : Market in Government securities
    B : Market of smuggled goods
    C : Market of auctioned goods
    D : Market of Gold products


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 72

    Who is the Central Chief Information Commissioner of India?

    A : Prof. Ansari
    B : Mrs. Padma Subramanian
    C : Mr. Wajahat Habibullah
    D : Dr. O.P. Kejariwal


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 73

    The youngest recipient of Padma Shri so far is

    A : Sachin Tendulkar
    B : Shobana Chandrakumar
    C : Sania Mirza
    D : Billy Arjan Singh


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 74

    Who is the Director of the film "Elizabeth : The Golden Age Cast"?

    A : Rama Nand Sagar
    B : Ram Gopal Verma
    C : Kazan Johar
    D : Shekhar Kapur


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 75

    The territorial waters of India extend up to?

    A : 12 Nautical Miles
    B : 6KM
    C : 10 Nautical Miles
    D : 15 Nautical Miles


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 76

    'Samjhouta Express' runs between the Railway Stations of

    A : New Delhi - Wagah
    B : New Delhi - Lahore
    C : Amritsar - Lahore
    D : New Delhi – Islamabad


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 77

    Blue revolution refers to

    A : Forest Development
    B : Fishing
    C : Poultry Farming
    D : Horticulture


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 77

    Blue revolution refers to

    A : Forest Development
    B : Fishing
    C : Poultry Farming
    D : Horticulture


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 78

    Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam has been appointed as Chancellor of

    A : IIM Mumbai
    B : IIT Kanpur
    C : IIM Ahmedabad
    D : IIST Thiruvananthapuram


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 79

    In which State "Kanya Vidyadhan Yojna" is operational?

    A : Andhra Pradesh
    B : Uttar Pradesh
    C : Rajasthan
    D : Haryana


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 80

    Who emerged the fastest woman of the world at Beijing Olympics?

    A : Sheron Sumpson
    B : Kerron Stewart
    C : Ann Fraser
    D : Elina Basiena


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 81

    Savannath grasslands are found in

    A : North America
    B : Africa
    C : Australia
    D : East Asia


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 82

    Which State has launched the "Aarogya Sri" a health Insurance Scheme for families below poverty line?

    A : Andhra Pradesh
    B : Uttar Pradesh
    C : Maharashtra
    D : Kerala


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 83

    The first nuclear reactor of India is named

    A : Rohini
    B : Vaishali
    C : Apsara
    D : Kamini


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 84

    In May 2007 Air Sahara acquired by Jet Airways is being operated as a separate airline under the name of

    A : Jet Lite
    B : Jet Sahara
    C : Air Jet Line
    D : Jet Sahara Lite


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 85

    Suez Canal connects

    A : Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea
    B : Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea
    C : Baltic Sea and Red Sea
    D : Baltic Sea and Black Sea


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 86

    Government has launched E – Passport Scheme and first E – Passport was issued to

    A : Mr. Arjun Singh
    B : Mrs. Sonia Gandhi,
    C : Dr. Man Mohan Singh
    D : Mrs. Pratibha Patil


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 87

    The Hindu outfit 'Hindraf' has been banned in

    A : Pakistan
    B : Thailand
    C : Malaysia
    D : Bangladesh


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 88

    Which organization is headed by Indian Environmentalists R.K.Pachauri, a Nobel Laureate?

    A : International Environment Panel
    B : International Panel on Climate Change
    C : International Pollution Control Panel
    D : International Panel on Global Warming


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 89

    Kandhamal, the worst affected town by sectarian violence in September- October 2008 is situated in

    A : Orissa
    B : Gujarat
    C : Andhra Pradesh
    D : Karnataka


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 90

    World "No Tobacco Day" is observed on

    A : January 10
    B : June 1
    C : May 31
    D : March 5


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 91

    The average monthly income of a person in a certain family of 5 members is Rs. 1000. What will be monthly average income of one person in the same family if the income of one person increased by Rs. 12,000/- per year?

    A : Rs. 1200/-
    B : Rs. 1600/-
    C : Rs. 2000/-
    D : Rs. 3400/-


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 92

    A dishonest shopkeeper uses a weight of 800 gm for a kg and professes to sell his good at cost price. His profit is

    A : 20%
    B : 21%
    C : 24%
    D : 25%


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 93

    By selling 11 oranges for a rupee, a man loses 10%. How many oranges for a rupee should he sell to gain 10%?

    A : 9
    B : 10
    C : 8
    D : 5


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 94

    A person takes 3 hours to walk a certain distance and riding back. He could walk both ways in 5 hours. How long could it take to ride both ways.

    A : 1.5 hr
    B : 1 hr
    C : 0.5 hr
    D : 2 hr


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 95

    Change 1/8 into percentage

    A : 12.5%
    B : 15%
    C : 8%
    D : 25%


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 96

    12.5% of 80 is equal to

    A : 8
    B : 20
    C : 10
    D : 40


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 97

    Which number should fill the blank space to complete the series:
    1,2,4,5,7,8,10,11,....


    A : 12
    B : 13
    C : 14
    D : 15


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 98

    The smallest of the fractions given below

    A : 9/10
    B : 11/12
    C : 23/28
    D : 32/33


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 99

    Three friends shared the cost of a television. If Amit, Bharat and Dinesh each paid Rs. 3000 and Rs. 1800 respectively, then Dinesh paid what percent of the total cost?

    A : 10%
    B : 20%
    C : 30%
    D : 40%


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 100

    The average age of 29 boys of a class is equal to 14 years. When the age of the class teacher is included the average becomes 15 years. Find the age of the class teacher.

    A : 44 years
    B : 40 years
    C : 52 years
    D : 66 years


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 101

    It takes 8 people working at equal rates to finish a work in 96 days. How long will 6 workers take for the same work?

    A : 92 days
    B : 128 days
    C : 111 days
    D : 84 days


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 102

    Ram’s income is 20% less than Shyam's. How much is Shyam's income more than Ram’s in percentage terms?

    A : 20%
    B : 25%
    C : 30%
    D : 15%


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 103

    The monthly salary of A,B and C are in the ratio 2: 3: 5. If C's Monthly salary is Rs. 1,200 more than that of a, find B's annual salary.

    A : Rs. 2000
    B : Rs. 1000
    C : Rs. 1500
    D : Rs. 1200


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 104

    In a town there are 94500 people. 2/9 of them are foreigners, 6400 are immigrants and the rest are natives. How many are natives?

    A : 67 100
    B : 27400
    C : 77600
    D : 88100


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 105

    Total salary of three persons A,B and C is Rs. 1,44,000. They spend 80%, 85% and 75% respectively. If their savings are in the ratio 8 : 9 : 20, find C's salary.

    A : 48000
    B : 64000
    C : 40000
    D : 32000


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 106

    The population of a town is 155625. For ever 1000 males there are 1075 females. If 40% of the males and 24% of the females are literate, find the percentage of literacy in the town.

    A : 33.7
    B : 32.7
    C : 31.7
    D : 30.7


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 107

    10 sheep and 5 pigs were brought for Rs. 6,000. If the average price of a sheep is Rs. 450, find the average price of pig.

    A : Rs. 380
    B : Rs. 410
    C : Rs. 340
    D : Rs. 300


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 108

    Ram weighs 25 kg more than Shyam. Their combined weight is 325 kg. How much does Shyam weigh?

    A : 150 kg
    B : 200 kg
    C : 125 kg
    D : 160 kg


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 109

    Find out the wrong number in the series:
    3,8,15,24,34,48,63


    A : 24
    B : 34
    C : 15
    D : 63


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 110

    What is the location value of 7 in the figure 9872590?

    A : 72590
    B : 7
    C : 70000
    D : 7000


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 111

    Which is the oldest Code of Law in India?

    A : Naradasmriti
    B : Manusmriti
    C : Vedasmriti
    D : Prasarsmriti


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 112

    Private international law is also called

    A : Civil Law
    B : Local laws
    C : Conflict of laws
    D : Common law


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 113

    A nominal sum given as a. token for striking a sale is called

    A : Earnest money
    B : Advance
    C : Interest
    D : Solatium


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 114

    Joint heirs to a property are called

    A : Co-heirs
    B : Coparceners
    C : Successors
    D : Joint owners


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 115

    The right of a party to initiate an action and be heard before a Court of law is called

    A : Right in rem
    B : Right in personam
    C : Fundamental right
    D : Locus standi


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 116

    Indian Parliament is based on the principle of

    A : Bicameralism
    B : Universal Adult Franchise
    C : Dyarchy
    D : Federalism


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 117

    The Supreme Court held that evidence can be recorded by videoconferencing in the case ...

    A : State of Maharashtra v. Prafull B. Desai
    B : Paramjit Kaur v. State of Punjab
    C : Pappu Yadav v. State of Bihar
    D : Bachan Singh v. State of Punjab


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 118

    When the master is held liable for the wrongful act of his servant, the liability is called

    A : Strict liability
    B : Vicarious liability
    C : Tortous liability
    D : Absolute liability


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 119

    The act of unlawfully entering into another's property constitutes

    A : Trespass
    B : Restraint
    C : Appropriation
    D : Encroachment


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 120

    Which Parliamentary Committee in Indian system of democracy is chaired by a member of Opposition Party?

    A : Estimates Committee
    B : Joint Parliamentary Committee
    C : Public Accounts Committee
    D : Finance Committee


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 121

    Supreme Court held that Preamble as a basic feature of Constitution cannot be amended in the case of

    A : Golaknath v. State of Punjab
    B : Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India
    C : S.R.Bommai v. Union of India
    D : Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 122

    In the year 2002 the Competition Act was enacted replacing

    A : Trade Marks Act
    B : Copy Right Act
    C : Contract Act
    D : MRTP Act


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 123

    A right to recover time barred debt is

    A : Universal right
    B : Perfect right
    C : Imperfect right
    D : Fundamental right


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 124

    The law relating to prisoners of war has been codified by

    A : Geneva Convention
    B : Vienna Convention
    C : Paris Convention
    D : None of the above


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 125

    Public holidays are declared under

    A : Criminal Procedure Code
    B : Civil Procedure Code
    C : Constitution of India
    D : Negotiable Instruments Act


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 126

    When a person is prosecuted for committing a criminal offence, the burden of proof is on

    A : Acussed
    B : Presecution
    C : Police
    D : Complinant


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 127

    Offence which can be compromised between the parties is known as

    A : Non-compoundable offence
    B : Cognizable offence
    C : Compoundable offence
    D : Non-cognizable offence


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 128

    Husband and wife have a right to each others company. The right is called

    A : Conjugal right
    B : Human right
    C : Civil right
    D : Fundamental right


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 129

    A person 'dying intestate' means he

    A : Died without legal heirs
    B : Died without making a will
    C : Died without any property
    D : Died without a son


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 130

    If a witness makes a statement in Court, knowing it to be false, he commits the offence of

    A : Forgery
    B : Falsehood
    C : Perjury
    D : Breach of trust


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 131

    A child born after father's death is

    A : Posthumous
    B : Heir
    C : Intestate
    D : Bastard


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 132

    A formal instrument by which one person empowers another to represent him is known as

    A : Affidavit
    B : Power of attorney
    C : Will
    D : Declaration


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 133

    The temporary release of a prisoner is called

    A : Parole
    B : Discharge
    C : Amnesty
    D : Pardon


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 134

    The offence of inciting disaffection, hatred or contempt against Government is

    A : Perjury
    B : Forgery
    C : Sedition
    D : Revolt


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 135

    India became the member of United Nations in the Year

    A : 1956
    B : 1945
    C : 1946
    D : 1950


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 136

    A party to the suit is called

    A : Accused
    B : Plaintiff
    C : Litigant
    D : Complainant


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 137

    Who heads the four member Committee appointed to study the Centre- State relations especially the changes took place since Sarkaria Commission

    A : Justice M.M.Punchi
    B : Justice Nanavati
    C : Justice Barucha
    D : Justice Kuldip Singh


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 138

    No one can be convicted twice for the same offence. This doctrine is called

    A : Burden of proof
    B : Double conviction
    C : Double jeopardy
    D : Corpus delicti


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 139

    A participant in commission of crime is popularly known as

    A : Respondent
    B : Under-trial
    C : Defendant
    D : Accomplice


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 140

    Which of the following is not payable to Central Government?

    A : Land revenue
    B : Customs duty
    C : Income tax
    D : Wealth tax


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 141

    Where is the National Judicial Academy located?

    A : Kolkata,
    B : Bhopal
    C : Delhi
    D : Mumbai


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 142

    Who have constitutional right to audience in all Indian Courts?

    A : President
    B : Chief Justice of India
    C : Attorney General
    D : Solicitor General


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 143

    Which of the following is not included in the Preamble to the Page Constitution?

    A : Morality
    B : Justice
    C : Sovereign
    D : Socialist


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 144

    'Court of Record' is a Court which?

    A : Maintains records
    B : Preserves all its records
    C : Can punish for its contempt
    D : Is competent to issue writs


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 145

    A judge of the Supreme Court can be removed from office only on grounds of

    A : Gross inefficiency
    B : Delivering wrong judgments
    C : Senility
    D : Proven misbehaviour or incapacity


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 146

    Fiduciary relationship means a relationship based on

    A : Trust
    B : Money
    C : Contract
    D : Blood relation


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 147

    The Chairman of Tehelka Enquiry Commission is

    A : Justice Kripal
    B : Justice S.N.Phukan
    C : Justice Saharia
    D : Justice Liberhan


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 148

    The concept of judicial review has been borrowed from the Constitution of

    A : U.S.S.R.
    B : U.K.
    C : U.S.A
    D : Switzerland


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 149

    Every duty enforceable by law is called

    A : Accountability
    B : Obligation
    C : Burden
    D : Incidence


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 150

    The killing of a new born child by its parents is

    A : Malfeasance
    B : Infanticide
    C : Abortion
    D : Foeticide


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 151

    Offence of breaking a divine idol is

    A : Salus populi
    B : Crime
    C : Sacrilege
    D : Blasphemy


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 152

    A person who goes under-ground or evades the jurisdiction of the Court is known as

    A : Offender
    B : Under-ground
    C : Absentee
    D : Absconder


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 153

    What is a caveat?

    A : A warning
    B : An injunction
    C : Writ
    D : Certiorari


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 154

    Muslim religious foundations are known as

    A : Din
    B : Wakfs
    C : Ulema
    D : Quzat


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 155

    Beyond what distance from the coast, is the sea known as "High Sea"?

    A : 20 miles
    B : 300 miles
    C : 200 kms.
    D : 12 miles


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 156

    A: Area along the Equator records the highest temperature throughout the year.
    R: On the equator, days and nights are equal for the largest part of the year.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 157

    A: Commercial fisheries have not developed in tropics.
    R: The demand for marine food from low income population is low in the tropics.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 158

    A: Lightning thunder and heavy rain accompany volcanic activity.
    R: Volcanoes throw water vapour and charged particles in the atmosphere.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 159

    A: Soils in some parts of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan are saline.
    R: Evaporation exceeds precipitation.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 160

    A: The monsoons arrive suddenly in India in June. R: The monsoonal low pressure trough is well-developed over India.

    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 161

    A: India built dams and reservoirs to manage water resources. R: India had enough experience in canals.

    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 162

    A: The life expectancy in European countries is very high.
    R: European countries have low mortality rate.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 163

    A: The nomadic herders slaughter their animals for meat.
    R: Animals form the chief source of food and livelihood for nomadic herders.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 164

    A: Exploitation of equatorial rain forest of Amazon basin is not easy.
    R: This region is very rich in several types of deadly animals and insects.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 165

    A: The Sea remains free from ice from British Columbia to Bering Sea.
    R: Air moving off the comparatively warm waters of North Pacific Drift gives the coastal areas of British Columbia a warmer climate.


    A : Both A and R are individually true and R is the correct explanation of A.
    B : Both A and R are individually true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
    C : A is true but R is false
    D : A is false but R is true.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 166

    Statement : The patient's condition would improve after operation.
    Assumptions: I. The patient can be operated upon in this condition.
    II. The patient cannot be operated upon in this condition


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 167

    Statement : Detergents should be used to clean cloths. Assumptions:
    I. Detergent form more lather.
    II. Detergent helps to dislodge grease and dirt.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 168

    Statement : "As there is a great demand, every person seeking ticket of the programme will be given only five tickets".
    Assumptions: I. The organisers are not keen on selling the tickets.
    II.. No one is interested in getting more than five tickets.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 169

    Statement : Double your money in five months- An advertisement.
    Assumptions: I. The assurance is not genuine.
    II. People want their money to grow.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 170

    Statement : Films have become indispensable for the entertainment of people
    Assumptions: I. Films are the only media of entertainment.
    II. People enjoy films.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 171

    Statement "To keep myself up-to-date, I always listen to 9.00 p.m. news on radio". – A candidate tells the interview board.
    Assumptions: I. The candidate does not read newspaper.
    II. Recent news are broadcast only on radio.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 172

    Statement : Never before such a lucid book was available on the topic.
    Assumptions: I. Some other books were available on this topic.
    II. You can write lucid books on very few topics.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 174

    Statement: "Present day education is in shambles and the country is going to Page the dogs"
    .Assumptions: I. A good education system is essential for the well being of a nation.
    II. A good education alone is sufficient for the well being of a nation.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 175

    Statement : Children are influenced more by their teachers nowadays.
    Assumptions: I. The children consider teachers as their models.
    II. A large amount of children's time is spent in school.


    A : If only assumption I is implicit.
    B : If only assumption II is implicit.
    C : If either I or II is implicit.
    D : If neither I nor II is implicit.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 176

    Pointing to a photograph, a lady tells Ram, "I am the only daughter of this lady and her son is your maternal uncle". How is the speaker related to Ram's father?

    A : Sister-in-law
    B : Wife
    C : Either (a) or (b)
    D : Neither (a) nor (b)


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 177

    Introducing a man, a woman said, "He is the only son of my mother's mother". How is the woman related to the man?

    A : Mother
    B : Aunt
    C : Sister
    D : Niece


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 178

    Shyam said, "This girl is the wife of the grandson of my mother". Who is Shyam to the girl?

    A : Father
    B : Grandfather
    C : Husband
    D : Father-in-law


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 179

    Pointing to a man on the stage, Sunita said, "He is the brother of the daughter of the wife of my husband". How is the man on the stage related to Sunita?

    A : Son
    B : Husband
    C : Cousin
    D : Nephew


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 180

    Introducing a man to her husband, a woman said, "His brother's father is the only son of my grandfather". How is the woman related to his man?

    A : Mother
    B : Aunt
    C : Sister
    D : Daughter


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 181

    Legislation : Enactment :: Executive : ?

    A : Minister
    B : Officer
    C : Implementation
    D : Leader


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 182

    UP : Uttranchal :: Bihar : ?

    A : Jharkhand
    B : Chhatisgarh
    C : Madhya Pradesh
    D : Manipur


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 183

    Gold : Silver :: Cotton : ?

    A : yarn
    B : silk
    C : fibre
    D : synthetic


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 184

    Botany : Flora :: Zoology : ?

    A : fauna
    B : biology
    C : fossils
    D : pathology


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 185

    Cold wave : Winter :: Loo : ?

    A : Humidity
    B : Frostbite
    C : Summer
    D : Storm


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 186

    King ; Royal :: Saint : ?

    A : Religious
    B : Red
    C : Priesthood
    D : Blue


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 187

    Sculptor : Statue :: Poet : ?

    A : painter
    B : singer
    C : poem
    D : writer


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     Correct answer is : C




  •   Question 188

    Laugh : Happy :: Cry : ?

    A : sad
    B : bickering
    C : frown
    D : complain


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 189

    Black : Absence :: White ::

    A : red
    B : presence
    C : rainbow
    D : crystal


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 190

    Governor : President :: Chief-Minister : ?

    A : Commissioner
    B : Attorney General
    C : Justice
    D : Prime-Minister


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 191

    Statement: one of the problems facing the food processing industry is the irregular supply of raw material. The producers of raw materials are not getting a reasonable price.
    Courses of Action: I. The government should regulate the supply of raw material to other industries also.
    II. The government should announce an attractive package to ensure regular supply of raw material for food processing industry.


    A : If only I follow.
    B : If only II follow.
    C : If either I or II follow.
    D : If neither I nor II follow.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 192

    Statement: The Officer In-charge of a Company had a hunch that some money was missing from the safe.
    Course of Action: I. He should get it recounted with the help of the staff and check it with the balance sheet.
    II. He should inform the police.


    A : If only I follow.
    B : If only II follow.
    C : If either I or II follow.
    D : If neither I nor II follow.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 193

    Statement: If the retired Professors of the same Institutes are also invited to deliberate on restructuring of the organisation, their contribution may be beneficial to the Institute.
    Course of Action:I. Management may seek opinion of the employees before calling retired Professors.
    II. Management should involve experienced people for the systematic restructuring of the organisation.


    A : If only I follow.
    B : If only II follow.
    C : If either I or II follow.
    D : If neither I nor II follow.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 194

    Statement: The sale of a particular product has gone down considerably causing great concern to the company.
    Course of Action: I. The company should make a proper study of rival products in the market.
    II. The price of the product should be reduced and quality improved.


    A : If only I follow.
    B : If only II follow.
    C : If either I or II follow.
    D : If neither I nor II follow.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 195

    Statement: Mr. X, an active member of the Union, often insults his superiors in the office with his rude behaviour.
    Course of Action: I. He should be transferred to some other department.
    II. The matter should be referred to the Union.


    A : If only I follow.
    B : If only II follow.
    C : If either I or II follow.
    D : If neither I nor II follow.


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 196

    Statement: Should a total ban be put on trapping wild animals?
    Arguments: I. Yes. Trappers are making a lot of money.
    II. No. Bans on hunting and trapping are not effective.


    A : If only argument I is strong.
    B : If only argument II is strong.
    C : If either argument I or II is strong.
    D : If neither argument I nor II strong


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     Correct answer is : D




  •   Question 197

    Statement: Should school education be made free in India? Arguments:
    I. Yes. This is the only way to improve the level of literacy.
    II. No. It would add to the already heavy burden on the exchequer.


    A : If only argument I is strong.
    B : If only argument II is strong.
    C : If either argument I or II is strong.
    D : If neither argument I nor II strong.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 198

    Statement: Should government jobs in rural areas have more incentives?
    Arguments: I. Yes. Incentives are essential for attracting government servants there.
    II. No. Rural areas are already cheaper, healthier and less complex than big. So, why offer extra incentives!


    A : If only argument I is strong.
    B : If only argument II is strong.
    C : If either argument I or II is strong.
    D : If neither argument I nor II strong.


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     Correct answer is : A




  •   Question 199

    Statement: Should luxury hotels be banned in India?
    Arguments: I. Yes. They are places from where international criminals operate.
    II. No. Affluent foreign tourists will have no place to stay.


    A : If only argument I is strong.
    B : If only argument II is strong.
    C : If either argument I or II is strong.
    D : If neither argument I nor II strong.


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     Correct answer is : B




  •   Question 200

    Statement: Should the political parties be banned?
    Arguments: I. Yes. It is necessary to teach a lesson to the politicians.
    II. No. It will lead to an end of democracy.


    A : If only argument I is strong.
    B : If only argument II is strong.
    C : If either argument I or II is strong.
    D : If neither argument I nor II strong.


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     Correct answer is : D


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