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74951. When was the first ‘International Non-Smoking Day’ observed all over the world?

Answer: 04.07.1988

74952. Who first divided his empire into Iqtas during the process of civil administration?

Answer: Iltutmish

74953. When does Super conductivity result?

Answer: When matter is cooled to very low temperature

74954. What does the power of judicial review ensure?

Answer: The constitutionality of laws

74955. The greatest threat to organisms and biodiversity in which process?

Answer: Process of habitat loss

74956. Which Scientists has established the ‘Phylum Annelida’?

Answer: Lamark

74957. When did the first linguistic State of Andhra come into existence?

Answer: October 1 ; 1953

74958. Which air pollutant affect the nervous system of man?

Answer: Lead

74959. Which nutrients are most likely to be affected by food processing and storage?

Answer: Vitamins

74960. Air Lingus is the national airline of which country?

Answer: Republic of Ireland or Eire

74961. Which Land tenure systems was introduced by Lord Cornwallis?

Answer: Zamindari

74962. Who is popularly known as Nightingale of India?

Answer: Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit

74963. The Rajya Sabha can have a maximum strength of how many members?

Answer: 250

74964. Which element does not show variable oxidation states?

Answer: Zinc

74965. Which pop singer was nicknamed?

Answer: The Groover from Vancouver Brian Adams

74966. Unemployment occurs when workers move from one job to another job?

Answer: Frictional unemployment

74967. Which gas do not considered as polluting agent of air?

Answer: CO2

74968. Who is considered as the first national ruler of India?

Answer: Chandragupta Maurya

74969. When did World Health Organization (WHO) come into force?

Answer: 7th April; 1948

74970. What is the position of a planet when it is nearest to the Sun;?

Answer: Perihelion

74971. How many votes are entitled for members of the UN Economic and Social Council?

Answer: One vote

74972. Who said; ‘Child is the father of Man’?

Answer: William Wordsworth

74973. Which three important micronutrients are essential for humans?

Answer: Copper; zinc and iodine

74974. J.R.D. Tata was the first to make a solo flight from Mumbai to Karachi; in the year?

Answer: 1931

74975. Which day is the International Human Rights Day?

Answer: December 10th

74976. Medicine for high blood pressure is obtained from which species?

Answer: Rauwolffia species

74977. By whom was the slogan ‘Inquilab Zinda bad’ first raised?

Answer: Bhagat Singh

74978. What is the single greatest current threat to biodiversity?

Answer: habitat destruction

74979. Which is the Trophy/Cups associated with the game of Hockey?

Answer: Agha Khan Cup

74980. If the current in the core decreases; what will the strength of the magnetic field be?

Answer: Decreases

74981. Which is the official language of East African Development Bank?

Answer: French

74982. The title of Governor-General was changed to that of Viceroy in which year?

Answer: 1858 A.D.

74983. Who com merited that Cripps Mission was a postdated cheque on a crashing bank?

Answer: Mahatma Gandhi

74984. Food prepared by plant; through which is transported to different part of plant?

Answer: Phloem

74985. Who's band was The Quarrymen?

Answer: John Lenon

74986. Which state produces maximum Soya bean?

Answer: Madhya Pradesh

74987. The retreating monsoon withdraws from which state?

Answer: North-west India to Bengal

74988. In which of the Parliamentary Financial Committees is the Rajya Sabha not represented?

Answer: Estimates Committee

74989. What is the task of the Planning Commission?

Answer: Preparation of the plan

74990. Kuroshio is a warm ocean current which runs from which country?

Answer: Philippines to Japan

74991. Who is the first Indian woman to win an Asian Games gold in 400m run?

Answer: Kamaljit Sandhu

74992. Nalanda University flourished during the reign of which ruler?

Answer: Harsha

74993. As per latest data in urban areas women employment is highest in which industry areas?

Answer: Retail Trade

74994. Who was the President of the First Buddhist Council held at Rajagriha?

Answer: Mahakassapa

74995. Dhyan Chand’s name is associated with which game?

Answer: Badminton

74996. What is the principal structural elements of a living cell?

Answer: Carbon

74997. Which ruler of southern India were the contemporaries of kings of the Gupta empire?

Answer: Vakatakas

74998. What is the name by which Ashoka is generally referred to in his inscriptions?

Answer: Priyadarsi

74999. By whom was Neutron discovered?

Answer: Chadwick

75000. Which fertilizer has more nitrogen content?

Answer: Urea
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