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148351. The name ‘Exide’ is related to:





148352. In which date the first ministry came into power?





148353. Only leader to become Deputy Chief Minister of Kerala twice.





148354. In which river the Dharmadom island is situated?





148355. Which district in Kerala has the largest number of National Parks:





148356. The first minister in the history of Kerala to fail in by-election:





148357. Which is not belonged to Vitamin B complex?





148358. The son of Bimbisara:





148359. Akbar granted the site for the construction of Golden Temple in Amritsir to:





148360. The name of M.N.Govindnan Nair is related to:





148361. How many districts in Kerala have no coastline?





148362. Which is not an element?





148363. Dynamite was invented by:





148364. In the Indian tradition, there are four ends to man’s life. Which one of the following is not one of them?





148365. The rule of the English East India company came to an end in:





148366. Which of the following has the oldest rocks in India?





148367. Who invaded India in 1398?





148368. Who wrote ‘The Republic’:





148369. Fourteen Indian banks were nationalised in:





148370. How many years separate the first visit of Vasco da Gama to India and the endof Portuguese rule in India:





148371. The first actress/actor to win National A ward for the performance in aMalayalam film?





148372. Dove is a symbol of:





148373. Site of Protein synthesis in a cell is:





148374. The significance of March 12, 1930 in Indian History:





148375. The father of the nation of Bangladesh:





148376. Pochampalliin Andhra Pradesh is related to:





148377. The first college in Kerala was setup at:





148378. Which Article of the Constitution of India prohibit s untouchability?





148379. The ‘Tennis Court Oath’ is related to the revolution in:





148380. The second woman recipient of Bharat Ratna:





148381. The founder of the daily ‘Swadeshabhimani’:





148382. The gas used for the artificial ripening of green fruit s is:





148383. The Mughal painting reached it s zenith during the reign of:





148384. Philately relates to:





148385. The study of rivers:





148386. The founder of Bhahmasamaj:





148387. Galena is the chief ore of:





148388. The headquarters of World Health Organisation:





148389. Which medical system follows the maxim ‘Like cures like’:





148390. The most abundant element in the universe:





148391. The number of bones in the human body:





148392. Europa is the satellite of:





148393. Who discovered blood circulation?





148394. The acid contained in Vinegar:





148395. Dengue Fever is caused by:





148396. The surface which absorbs all the colours will appear as:





148397. Renal is the adjective of:





148398. The shortest day in Australia will be on:





148399. The capit al of Assam:





148400. Whose birthday is celebrated as National Youth Day in India?





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