“CTBT” is a term related to : Nuclear Weapons

“Dronacharya “ awards are given to : Sports

“Smasher” is associated with which of sports : Volleyball

“Tipu Sultan “ had his capital at : Srirangapatnam

During the mughal period, which traders were the first to come to India : Portuguese

How many cities will be covered under the government flagship project Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) : 63

India ‘s first mobile court was inauguration in : Haryana

Mist is caused by : Water vapours at low temperature

The African union whose cooperation was sought by G-4 to expand UN security Council has a strength : 53 Members

The capital of the Pallava kings was : Kanchipuram

The decision to fom the Indian national army (Azad Hind Fauj ) was taken at : Tokyo

The first computer language development was : FORTRAN

What does the abbreviation ATR stand for : Action Taken Report

Which of the following states has the highest female literacy rate , according to 2001 Census :Kerala

Which of the Fortune 500 indian companies has suffered loss for the first time in the first quarter of 2005-06 :Indian Oil corporation

Who advocated scientific socialism : Karl Marx

Who among is the chirman of the national commission on farmers : M.S. Swaminathan

Who among the following was appointed by Ashoka to administer justice in this empire : Rajuka

Who invented polio vaccine (oral) :Albert Sabin

Who is the author of “Soul and structure of Governance in India :Jagmohan

Who was popularly known as Lokhitawadi :G.H. Deshmukh

Who was the first economist to hold the office of secretary , Department of Economic affairs in the union finance ministry : Dr. I.G. Patel

Who was the founder of the Nyay Darshan one of the six major schools of ancient Indian philosophy : Gautam

Who would take over as the next president of FICCI : Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Posted by Guide Tuesday, April 28, 2009

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