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75001. Which element is with the highest electrical conductivity?

Answer: Silver

75002. Who is the author of the book “Termites in the Trading system”?

Answer: Jagdish Bhagwati

75003. In which Tyndall effect is not observed?

Answer: Sugar solution

75004. What is the minimum age for being the member of the Parliament?

Answer: 25 years

75005. Which popular Sufi Silsilah tried to counteract the liberal religious policy of Akbar?

Answer: Naqshbandi

75006. In which veda does the word 'gotra' first appear with the meaning of 'a clan'?

Answer: Atharva Veda

75007. Which Harappan site had a dock?

Answer: Lothal

75008. Which part of human brain is the regulating centre for swallowing and vomating?

Answer: Medulla oblangata

75009. A metal plate with a circular hole at the centre is heated. What will happen to the area of the hole?

Answer: Decrease

75010. Which remains constant while throwing a ball upward?

Answer: Acceleration

75011. The most famous musician at the court of Akbar was Tansen; what was his original name?

Answer: Ramtanu Pande

75012. Which is the largest planet in the solar system?

Answer: Jupiter

75013. In which year was the Third Battle of Panipat fought?

Answer: 1761

75014. Wisdom teeth normally grow during the which age?

Answer: 17-30 years

75015. Which branch of biology in which we-study about cultivation of flowering plant?

Answer: Floriculture

75016. Which major component is used in preparation of different types of glasses?

Answer: Silica

75017. Who was an Indian King contemporary of Alexander; the Great?

Answer: Chandragupt Maurya

75018. The United Nations declared 2014 as the International Year of which thing?

Answer: Crystallography

75019. Which state has the maximum length of surface roads?

Answer: Tamil Nadu

75020. Which first woman to become a Chief Minister of any State in India?

Answer: Sucheta Kripalani

75021. Pope John Paul II played for the Polish national team what sport?

Answer: Rugby

75022. Who was the first Asian to have received the Nobel Prize?

Answer: R.N. Tagore

75023. In which year was the Harappan Civilization discovered?

Answer: 1921

75024. In which city of India; the diurnal range of temperature is maximum?

Answer: New Delhi

75025. For pasteurisation of milk by Flash method; at which temperature is milk heated?

Answer: 100°C

75026. By whom is Recognition to a political party accorded?

Answer: By the Election Commission

75027. Which compound gives both ninhydrin test and Molisch’s test?

Answer: A protein

75028. Who decides about the reasonableness of the restrictions placed on Fundamental Rights?

Answer: Courts

75029. In which Aryans first settled?

Answer: Punjab

75030. Which is the ‘Slack Season’ in the Indian Economy?

Answer: Jan.-June

75031. Myxoedema is disorder produed due to hyper secretion of which gland?

Answer: Thyroid

75032. What calculating aid was invented by William Oughtred in 1662?

Answer: Slide Rule

75033. In which language was the ‘Shrimad Bhagavad Gita’ originally written?

Answer: Sanskrit

75034. With whose assistance was Bokaro Steel Limited established?

Answer: Soviet Union

75035. Which House is better placed with regard to control over the executive?

Answer: Lok Sabha

75036. Which is a true example of Median mass?

Answer: Indo-Gangetic plain

75037. The Qutub Minar was completed by which famous rule?

Answer: Iltutmish

75038. Who is the author of the book ‘Nice Guys Finish Second’?

Answer: Michael Hammer

75039. 'Who among the following are credited to have built the famous Ellora caves?

Answer: Rashtrakutas

75040. De Witt Wallace founded what?

Answer: Readers Digest

75041. Which animal belongs to the family in which Panda belongs?

Answer: Bear

75042. Who were the first kings to issue gold coins in India?

Answer: Indo-Greeks

75043. Which crops requires a cool growing season and a bright sun shine at the time of ripening?

Answer: Wheat

75044. Who does a liquid drop tend to assume a spherical shape?

Answer: Surface tension

75045. What is a biotic component of ecosystem?

Answer: Water

75046. What is the transmission of characters from one generation to next?

Answer: Heredity

75047. What wood was the cross supposed to be made of?

Answer: Mistletoe

75048. If the mass of the pendulum is doubled; what will its the time period?

Answer: Remains same

75049. From where Alauddin Khalji captured the Delhi throne after securing fabulous wealth?

Answer: Devagiri

75050. Deficiency of which vitamin causes knock-knee; bow legs and pigeon chest in children?

Answer: Vitamin D
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