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73301. The north pole of the earth’s magnet is near the geographical which direction?

Answer: South

73302. What about the salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court of India during financial emergency?

Answer: Cannot be reduced

73303. Who deciphered the Brahmi script?

Answer: James Princep

73304. The -titles of 'Mummadi Chola'; 'Cholamartanda' and 'Raja Kesari Aromoli' were assumed by which Chola ruler?

Answer: Rajaraja

73305. Where was the seat of the first Republic of the world in 6th century BC?

Answer: Vaishali

73306. By which name Pace-maker is also known?

Answer: S.A. Node

73307. Through which Strait; does a tunnel connect the United Kingdom and France?

Answer: Strait of Dover

73308. Which movement in plant induced by external stimuli?

Answer: Paratonic movement

73309. Under which Article of the Constitution is the President’s rule promulgated on any State in India?

Answer: 356

73310. Who was the first and the last woman ruler of Delhi?

Answer: Razia Sultan

73311. Fisher-Tropsch process is used in the manufacture of which liquid?

Answer: Synthetic petrol

73312. Which are the first Indian to swim across English Channel?

Answer: Mihir Sen

73313. Which decade is celebrated as First International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People?

Answer: 1994-2004

73314. In the earth’s atmosphere; what changes in the atmospheric pressure?

Answer: Decreases with height

73315. What is the Jharkhand’s contribution in the total coal production in India?

Answer: 0.4

73316. The name of Geoff Bycott is associated with which game?

Answer: Cricket

73317. Which writ may be issued to enforce a Fundamental Right?

Answer: Habeas Corpus

73318. Long distance short-wave radio broad casting uses which waves?

Answer: Ionospheric wave

73319. How many wickets Kapil Dev had taken in Test matches when he retired?

Answer: 434

73320. Which country is the world’s largest producer of coal?

Answer: China

73321. Which is the World’s largest producer of wool?

Answer: Australia

73322. When did Bahmani Kingdom in South India extinguish?

Answer: In beginning of 16th century

73323. A person who lives exclusively on milk; egg and bread is likey to become a victim of which desease?

Answer: Scurvy

73324. The ‘Chilka lake region’ lies in between the deltas of which rivers– ?

Answer: Mahahadi and Godavari

73325. In which reign was the first Buddhist Council held?

Answer: Ajatashatru

73326. Which disease is caused by the bite of a mad dog?

Answer: Hydrophobia

73327. Which is used as a mordant in dying and tanning industry?

Answer: Magnesium sulphate

73328. Among Indian Economists who had done pioneering work on National Income?

Answer: V. K. R. V. Rao

73329. By which Amendment; the power to amend the Constitution was specifically conferred upon the Parliament?

Answer: 24th

73330. Under VAT; how many slabs are there?

Answer: 4

73331. The important fishing areas called Grand Bank and Georges Bank located in which region?

Answer: North-west Atlantic1

73332. Vikramasila Mahavihara was established by the ruler of which dynasty?

Answer: Pal Dynasty

73333. In which year was Tax collection of Central govt. lowest as compare to G.D.P.?

Answer: 1999-2000

73334. Which God with three heads and horns; surrounded by animals; represented on a seal from Mohenjodaro?

Answer: Pashupati

73335. By whom was the Persian style of Sabaq-i-Hindi adopted?

Answer: Amir Khusrau

73336. From which states does the River Godavari flows through?

Answer: Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh

73337. Word Bull and Big are associated with which branch of commercial activity?

Answer: Share Market

73338. By which income individual’s actual standard of living can be assessed?

Answer: Disposable Personal Income

73339. With reference to Indian defence what is; the ‘Lakshya’?

Answer: A pilotless training aircraft

73340. What is meant by ‘Underwriting’; the term frequently used in financial sector?

Answer: Under valuation of the assets.

73341. By which enzyme is Urea converted into ammonia and carbon dioxide?

Answer: Urease

73342. A deuterium nucleus consists of which particles?

Answer: One proton and one neutron

73343. The elements of group VA are generally known as which name?

Answer: Pnicogens

73344. By which was Yavanika (Curtain) introduced in Indian theatre?

Answer: Greeks

73345. Which was the original name of Tansen; the famous musician in the court of Akbar?

Answer: Ramtanu Pande

73346. Which scheme was intended to tap the black money?

Answer: India Development Bonds

73347. From which fund are the salary and allowances of the Governor charged?

Answer: Consolidated Fund of the State

73348. Which ruler of India who ruled over territories in Central Asia beyond the Pamirs?

Answer: Kanishka

73349. Narita is the main airport of which city?

Answer: Tokyo

73350. Who has been appointed as the chairman of Central Electricity Authority?

Answer: Rakesh Nath
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