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76301. Which are the Chemicals having profound effect on growth and development?

Answer: Phyto hormones

76302. In anaerobic respiration; what is the net gain of ATP per glucose molecule oxidised?

Answer: 2

76303. From where did the Quit India Movement start?

Answer: Bombay on Aug. 8; 1942

76304. Susi Susanti; held the Grand Slam title in which game?

Answer: Badminton

76305. Who produced the first automobile?

Answer: Henry Ford

76306. In which type of cell divisions does crossing over of chromosomes takes place?

Answer: Meiosis

76307. Carlo Collodi created which famous children's character?

Answer: Pinocchio

76308. Crop sown soon after the onset of south-west monsoon in India; what is this called?

Answer: Kharif

76309. Which biome has the highest species diversity?

Answer: Tropical rainforests

76310. The Mansabdari system introduced by Akbar from which system was it borrowed from?

Answer: Mongolia

76311. Who is known as the ‘saint of the gutters’?

Answer: Mother Teresa

76312. Which gas has maximum calorific value?

Answer: Oil gas

76313. Which states is the leading producer of tea?

Answer: Assam

76314. In colourful diamond; Why are different colours present?

Answer: Due to impurities

76315. Which is the largest tiger reserve in India?

Answer: Corbett

76316. Who was known as Tuti-e-Hindustan (the parrot of India)?

Answer: Amir Khusrau

76317. The International Airport Authority of India (IAAI) was set up in?

Answer: 1972

76318. Which revolutionary leaders’ organised an attack on the armoury of Chittagong?

Answer: Surya Sen

76319. Azote is the old name for what element?

Answer: Nitrogen

76320. Which nuclides having the same number of neutrons but different number of protons or mass number?

Answer: Isotones

76321. Who was defeated at kannauj in the hands of Sher Shah in 1540?

Answer: Humayun

76322. ‘Meghanath Saha’ award is given for outstanding contribution in which field?

Answer: Science

76323. Which compound is used in anti-malarial drug?

Answer: Chloroquin

76324. The human body is immune to which disease?

Answer: Small pox

76325. How many subjects are in the Concurrent List?

Answer: 47 subjects

76326. Which port caters to the export of Kudremukh iron ore?

Answer: New Mangalore

76327. The Golden Palmd’or award at the 65th Cannes Film Festival was received by which person?

Answer: Amour

76328. Who was the leader to have the unique distinction of firing the first shot in the rebellion of 1857?

Answer: Mangal Pande

76329. What was the pen name of Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaye?

Answer: Kamla Kant

76330. What is the mean of Cheap Money?

Answer: Low Rate of Interest

76331. Which material is suitable for water purification?

Answer: Zeolites

76332. Sodium carbonate crystals lose water molecules. What is this property called?

Answer: Efflorescence

76333. Which vitamin is transformed in golden rice?

Answer: Vitamin A

76334. Which Grand Banks are famous fishing grounds in the region?

Answer: North-West Atlantic

76335. In city was the East India Association founded by Dadabhai Naoroji in 1866?

Answer: London

76336. First All India Postal Stamp was issued?

Answer: 1854

76337. Which Australian state is an island?

Answer: Tasmania

76338. What is a powerful eye irritant present in smog?

Answer: Sulphur dioxide

76339. How much is one barrel of oil approximately equal to?

Answer: 159 litres

76340. At which Harappan site have traces of a horse been found?

Answer: Surkotda

76341. First Postal Department was opened?

Answer: 1854

76342. Through which methods is the national income of India estimated mainly?

Answer: Production and income methods

76343. Old-written material; which cannot be read easily; how can be read?

Answer: By infrared rays

76344. Among sources of power; India has largest reserves of which thing?

Answer: Coal

76345. Which minerals occurs abundantly in the Earth’s crust?

Answer: Silica

76346. To whom the credit of discovering the sea route of India goes?

Answer: Portuguese

76347. Concentrated sulphuric acid is always diluted by adding which thing?

Answer: Acid to water

76348. Sweating during exercise indicates operation of which process in the human body?

Answer: Osmoregulation

76349. The religious text Tripitaka comes from which religion?

Answer: Buddhism

76350. Where is Buland Darwaza situated?

Answer: Fatehpur Sikri
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