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75901. In which list are the Central Government’s exclusive powers enumerated?
Answer: Union List
75902. The release of which fish into ponds and wells helps in controlling the mosquitoes?
Answer: Gambusia fish
75903. What is Hepatitis-B; which affects liver?
75904. Where is the headquarter of International atomic Energy Agency is located?
75905. ‘I have nothing to offer except blood; sweat and tears’ was said by which person?
75906. Which is a typical feature of volcanic eruption?
75907. By whom was Din-i-Ilahi was accepted?
75908. Which music composers was deaf?
Answer: Beethovan L.V.
75909. Which of the planets is nearest to the earth?
75910. A vein is a vessel that carries blood which side?
Answer: Towards the heart
75911. The emission of which greenhouse gase of which entirely anthropogenic?
75912. Which non-metals is not a poor conductor of electricity?
75913. Einstein’s mass energy relation is given by which expression?
Answer: E = mc2
75914. In which festival are boat races a special feature?
75915. The Konkan Coast stretches between which regions?
Answer: Goa and Cochin
75916. The Lok Sabha is called in session for at least how many times in a year’?
75917. Lathyrism is caused by excessive consumption of which thing?
Answer: Khesari Dal
75918. Which are the metal that is present in photo films?
75919. If an ideal gas is isothermally expanded; what will its internal energy?
Answer: Remain the same
75920. Why is used as coolant in the radiator of a car engine?
Answer: Because it has high specific heat
75921. Who has been named as the White Lightning in the cricket?
Answer: Allan Donald (South Africa)
75922. Pollination takes place with the help of bird; what is called?
75923. Which was the main characteristic of the later Vedic age?
Answer: Caste system
75924. Where had Buddha delivered maximum sermons?
75925. Which of the following has been found useful in keeping cholesterol level down?
75926. In which is the largest population of Scheduled Tribes?
Answer: Madhya Pradesh
75927. Which river has the largest drainage basin?
75928. After how many years is the President of USA is elected?
Answer: 4 years
75929. Which is a source of methane emission into the atmosphere?
75930. What are the Mediterranean lands often called?
Answer: World’s orchard lands
75931. Which element that does not occur in nature but can be produced artificially?
75932. Who founded the Banaras Hindu University?
Answer: Madan Mohan Malviya
75933. Which substance does not have a melting point?
75934. What is not a digestive enzyme in human system?
75935. For international payments; to which currency is the Indian currency linked?
Answer: American Dollar
75936. Which vitamin is considered to be a hormone?
75937. Which Act removed the legal recognition of slavery in India?
Answer: The Act V of 1843
75938. Fish die in water bodies polluted by sewage; why?
Answer: Due to Reduction in oxygen
75939. Which is considered an encyclopedia of Indian Medicine?
Answer: Charaka Samhita
75940. Which country has the largest known reserves of oil?
75941. Who was the first Mughal emperor to allow Britishers to establish trade links with India?
75942. Which is the largest island in the Indian Ocean?
75943. With reference to the Revolt of 1857; who laid siege to Jhansi in March 1858?
Answer: Sir Hugh Rose1
75944. Which kingdom was annexed by Bahlol Lodi; the Sultan of Delhi; in A.D. 1484?
75945. Which is used extensively for genetic engineering in plant?
Answer: Agrobacterium tumefaciens
75946. Foot-and-Mouth disease in animals; a current epidemic in some parts of the world; By which is this caused?
75947. Which is used as a material for making protective windows in space probes?
75948. Which river flows through a rift valley?
75949. Which part of brain is centre of thirst hunger and sleep?
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75950. Which is the substance which can act both as an acid and a base?
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