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Q 1 · Geography
The national highway from Amritsar to Kolkata via Delhi is numbered
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Q 2 · Geography
What is the main attraction of Kaziranga Sanctuary located in Assam?
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Q 3 · Geography
What is Bandipur Sanctuary situated in Karnataka particularly noted for
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Q 4 · Geography
In ancient times the name Ratnakar denote
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Q 5 · Geography
According to historical geography Bharata Varaha is a part of
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Q 6 · Geography
Which of the following is not primarily a kharif crop in India?
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Q 7 · Geography
Gujarat is noted for the cultivation of
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Q 8 · Geography
Black soil derived from volcanic rocks with humus is suitable for growing
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Q 9 · Geography
Which of the following is a rabi crop?
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Q 10 · Geography
The Nagarjunasagar Project is an important multipurpose project on the river ______ in the ______ district of Andhra Pradesh.
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Q 11 · Geography
The Satpura Thermal Power Station is in
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Q 12 · Geography
Tobacco was introduced into India by the
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Q 13 · Geography
In which of the following areas of India is there an overlapping plantation of tea and coffee?
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Q 14 · Geography
The Hirakud Project harnesses the water of the _____ river.
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Q 15 · Geography
The Talcher Thermal Power Station is in
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Q 16 · Geography
The Damodar Valley Project concerns two states
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Q 17 · Geography
Mayurakshi Project is an undertaking of the Government of
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Q 18 · Geography
Rabi crop is sown in
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Q 19 · Geography
The 'Todas' are one of the major tribes found in
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Q 20 · Geography
The Matatilla Project is
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Q 21 · History
The Deccan Riots of 1874-75 in Maharashtra were directed against
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Q 22 · History
The main cause of the tribal uprisings of the 19th century was
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Q 23 · History
One of the best known tribal rebellions In Bihar, known as Ulgulan (meaning Great Tumult), was launched by the Mundas under the leadership of
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Q 24 · History
In which of the following tribal rebellions did two tribal brothers, Kanhu and Sidhu, proclaim the end of the Company's rule in their region, and to supress their rebellion the government had to use military force?
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Q 25 · History
One of the earliest and the best known mutinies before the Revolt of 1857 was
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Q 26 · History
The first political association of India founded in 1891 was the
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Q 27 · History
After the initial success of the Revolt of 1857, the objective for which the leaders of the Revolt worked was
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Q 28 · History
The Revolt of 1857 failed mainly because
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Q 29 · History
The earliest nationalist to commit political dacoities (a feature of the later revolutionary movements) was
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Q 30 · History
The British colonial policies in India proved moat ruinous for Indian
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Q 31 · History
Indian handicrafts rapidly declined due to
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Q 32 · History
The main exponent of the theory of Drain of Wealth was
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Q 33 · History
After 1893, when complete ban was imposed on all commercial activities of the Company. India was left open to exploitation by
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Q 34 · History
After the ruin of India's trade, Industries and handicrafts, the burden of taxation in India had to be mainly borne by
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Q 35 · History
The single biggest item of British capital investment in India was
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Q 36 · History
The new proletariat class which emerged in India on account of the British economic policies, consisted of
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Q 37 · History
A 19th century social reformer who is regarded as the bridge between the past and the future is
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Q 38 · History
Which of the following was not a common social reform attempted by all the Hindu social reformers of the 19th century
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Q 39 · History
This social reformer most ardently worked for the removal of untouchability and uplift the depressed classes before
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Q 40 · History
Two great socio-religious reformers of the 19th century who provided Inspiration to the Indian National Movement were
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Q 41 · History
The social reformer of Maharashtra who became famous by his pen name lokhitwadi was
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Q 42 · History
Who played Socrates to the first generation of the English educated young men of Bengal
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Q 43 · History
The objective(s) of the Kuka Movement in the Punjab was/were
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Q 44 · Geography
The Sharavati Project is a/an
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Q 45 · Geography
Arable lands refer to
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Q 46 · Geography
In India economically exploitable lignite deposits occur at
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Q 47 · Geography
The Rajasthan Canal Project coven
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Q 48 · Geography
The land-locked natural harbour along the east coast of India is
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Q 49 · Geography
_____ Oilfield of India has the largest quantity of recoverable reserves.
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Q 50 · Geography
The Palk Bay lies between
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