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Q 1 · History
Subhash Bose established the Provisional Government of Free India at
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Q 2 · History
Subhash Bose selected the best soldiers from the three existing brigades (named after Gandhi, Azad and Nehru) and organised a new brigade which the soldiers themselves called
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Q 3 · History
In March 1942, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill appointed the Cripps Mission to resolve Indian political crisis because
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Q 4 · History
Kasturba Gandhi died in detention (in 1944) at
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Q 5 · History
In 1921, Mahatma Gandhi resolved to wear only a loin cloth to propagate home spun cotton to signify
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Q 6 · History
The Working Committee of the Congress passed the Quit India resolution on
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Q 7 · History
Which of the following was not one of the points stressed by Mahatma Gandhi while exhorting the people to join the Quit India Movement?
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Q 8 · History
Who took the throne after Chandra Gupta Maurya
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Who exiled Greeks from India?
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Q 10 · History
Where were the riats during Bindusara’s time?
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Q 11 · History
Chandra Gupta Maurya spend his last days here
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Q 12 · History
Which one of the following description is best suitable for Ashoka’s Monarchy
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Q 13 · History
Ashoka changed his administrative policy due to which incident?
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Q 14 · History
Which one of the following person was also known as Devenama Priyadassi (Priyadarshi)?
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Q 15 · History
Who is famous as ‘Devanamapriya’?
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Q 16 · Geography
India has the second largest concentration of tribal people in the world. Which of the following countries is the first in this regard?
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Q 17 · Geography
Which of the following is the name of very violent and serious type of winds which bring a lot of disaster?
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Q 18 · Geography
In which of the following states, Teesta Urja hydro-power project is proposed to be set up?
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Q 19 · Geography
India shares its border with China along the Himalayan range. Which of the following states touches the border of China?
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Q 20 · Geography
Which of the following is NOT a plant product?
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Q 21 · Geography
Major producer of mulberry silk in India is
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Q 22 · Geography
Which of the following places in India does not have a nuclear power plant?
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Q 23 · Geography
Kanha Tiger Reserve is situated in Mandla district of
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Q 24 · Geography
Which one of the following Indian rivers does not have a delta at its egress?
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Q 25 · Geography
The Jawar mines of Udaipur are famous for
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Q 26 · Geography
Oil refinery located near the of field is
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Q 27 · Geography
Khasi and Garo tribes mainly live in
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Q 28 · Geography
The largest producer of wood pulp is
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Q 29 · Geography
The places Alwaye, Koyna and Korba have
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Q 30 · History
Who deciphered Ashoka's inscription for the first time and when?
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Q 31 · History
Which one of the following famous ruler is called as ‘Father of Inscriptions’?
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Q 32 · History
Who provided protection to third Buddhist council?
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Q 33 · History
Who was the spatial (Sthaanik) during Mauryan’s period?
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Q 34 · History
Which dynasty ruled over ‘Magadha’ after Mauryan Dynasty?
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Which one of the following was in great stock before the 6th century B.C.
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Q 36 · History
Which of the following ruler was responsible for the rise of Magadha?
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Q 37 · History
Which was the first site to use elephants in their battles?
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Q 38 · History
What was the suitable language for source material in ancient times?
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Q 39 · History
The Simla Conference called by Viceroy Lord Wavell (to discuss the so-called Wavell Plan) in June 1945 failed on account of
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Q 40 · History
The famous 'Ratings Mutiny' (Revolt of a section of Indian soldiers serving In the Royal Indian Navy) in Bombay in February 1946 was calmed down largely by the efforts of
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Q 41 · History
Which of the following was not one of the recommendations of the Cabinet Minion (1946) about the Constitution of India?
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Q 42 · History
Mahatma Gandhi spent a year of complete silence in 1926 to
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Q 43 · History
The Muslim League withdrew its acceptance of the Cabinet Minion Plan and decided to resort to Direct Action Day on
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Q 44 · History
On the Direct Action Day unprecedented bloodshed took place (as a result of Hindu-Muslim riots) in
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Q 45 · History
The Interim Government which took office on September 2, 1946 was headed by
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Q 46 · History
After the elections to the Constituent Assembly were held in July 1946, the Constituent Assembly met for the first time in New Delhi on
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Q 47 · History
British Prime Minister Attlee made the historic announcement of the end of British rule in India (and transfer of power to responsible Indian hands by a date not later than June1948) on
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Q 48 · History
India was partitioned as a consequence of the formula contained in
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Q 49 · History
Why did Mahatma Gandhi ultimately lend his support to the resolution passed by the Congress Working Committee agreeing to the partition of India in spite of his personal, life- long outspoken disapproval of Pakistan?
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Q 50 · History
The last constitutional provision (covering undivided India) passed by the House of Commons was
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