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152001. Which political party’s student wing is Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) ?

Answer: Aam Aadmi Party

152002. Which Indian social activist’s famous work is ‘My Village-My Sacred Land’ ?

Answer: Anna Hazare

152003. Which type of glass is used for making glass containers such as bottles and jars ?

Answer: Soda-lime glass

152004. In which river is the Mangla Dam built ?

Answer: Jhelum River

152005. The Gold Dagger Award is given to which category of novels ?

Answer: Crime Novels

152006. Which is the first Indian state to ban black magic, witchcraft and other superstitious practices ?

Answer: Maharashtra

152007. Which tree is known as ‘the Wonder tree of India’ ?

Answer: Neem

152008. Which eminent female painter is known as ‘India’s Frida Kahlo’ ?

Answer: Amrita Sher-Gil

152009. Who appoints the Banking Ombudsman in India ?

Answer: Reserve Bank of India

152010. What is the chemical name of Witherite, compound used in rat poison, bricks and cement ?

Answer: Barium Carbonate

152011. Which city is known as ‘The Moral Capital of Italy’ ?

Answer: Milan

152012. Which was India’s first port in the private sector ?

Answer: Port Pipavav (Gujarat)

152013. The International Space Station orbits in which layer of the atmosphere ?

Answer: Thermosphere

152014. Most breathing gases are a mixture of oxygen and one or more ____ ?

Answer: Inert gases

152015. Who wrote the first 30 chapters of Mahatma Gandhi’s autobiography in Yervada jail after taking dictation from him ?

Answer: Indulal Yagnik

152016. Which national social organization’s publication was ‘the Hitavada’ ?

Answer: Servants of India Society

152017. In which state is the famous Nehru Bridge, over the river Sabarmati situated ?

Answer: Gujarat (Ahmadabad)

152018. Which river originates in Dhebar lake in Aravalli Range of the Udaipur district of Rajasthan ?

Answer: Sabarmati River

152019. Which element is produced in large scale by using the Claus Process ?

Answer: Sulfur

152020. Which element forms over 30 solid allotropes, more than any other element ?

Answer: Sulfur

152021. Which gas has the nicknames of ‘Sewer gas, Stink damp and Sulfane’ ?

Answer: Hydrogen Sulfide

152022. Super alloys are commonly used to build the parts of which type of engines ?

Answer: Gas turbine engines

152023. Which organ produces the hormones of calcitriol and erythropoietin ?

Answer: Kidney

152024. The performance which human organ is evaluated through the glomerular filtration rate ?

Answer: Kidney

152025. Where is the headquarters of the International Hydrographic Organization ?

Answer: Monaco

152026. Which language is recognized as the national language by the most number of countries ?

Answer: English

152027. ’The wind up’ is the most important technique in which track and field event ?

Answer: Discus throw

152028. Which is the world’s largest museum ?

Answer: The Louvre Museum (Paris)

152029. What is measured through the Wenworth scale ?

Answer: Grain size of sand

152030. What is known in the names of ‘Singing sand, Whistling sand and Barking sand’ ?

Answer: Sand that produces sound

152031. Who authored ‘Sri Sri Ramakrishna Kathamrita (The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna)’ under the pseudonym of ‘M’ ?

Answer: Mahendranath Gupta

152032. Which building functions as a secular mausoleum containing the remains of distinguished French citizens ?

Answer: The Pantheon (Paris)

152033. Which famous writer’s last novel was ‘Ninety Three’ ?

Answer: Victor Hugo

152034. Which work of Adi Shankara expounds the Advaita Vedanta philosophy in the form of 580 verses in the Shardula Vikridita metre ?

Answer: Vivekachudamani

152035. Which country’s national calendar is Vikram Samvat ?

Answer: Nepal

152036. Which city of England has the nicknames of ‘Cottonopolis and Warehouse City’ ?

Answer: Manchester

152037. What are the First-generation human rights, often called ‘Blue rights’ ?

Answer: Civil and political Rights

152038. The presence of which amino acid in protein is detected through the Hopkins-Cole test ?

Answer: Tryptophan

152039. Which is the most common additive used to iodize table salt ?

Answer: Potassium Iodide

152040. What is the working principle of an induction cooker ?

Answer: Electromagnetic induction

152041. ‘Testing Millions’ is an initiative associated with the diagnostic of _____ ?

Answer: HIV

152042. Which chemical element has the highest ionization potential ?

Answer: Helium

152043. Which chemical is also known as ‘The Oil of Wintergreen’ ?

Answer: Methyl Salicylate

152044. Unsaturated fats are converted to saturated fats through _____ ?

Answer: Hydrogenation

152045. What causes the high boiling point of water ?

Answer: Hydrogen bonding amongst water molecules

152046. Name the Treaty signed in 1963 which banned nuclear tests in the atmosphere, underwater and in space, but not underground ?

Answer: Limited Test Ban Treaty (LTBT)

152047. The market based approach used to control pollution by providing economic incentives for achieving reductions in the emissions of pollutants is known as _____ ?

Answer: Emissions trading or Cap and trade

152048. Which was the first Asian country to introduce the negative voting (NOTA) ?

Answer: Bangladesh

152049. In which city is the Juan Santamaria International Airport situated ?

Answer: San Jose (Costa Rica)

152050. Name the Czech jurist who initially made the division of human rights into three generations ?

Answer: Karel Vasak
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