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Q 1 · Geography
Indian Standard Time (IST) is determined according to the local time of which one of the following longitudes?
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Q 2 · Geography
Which one of the following Indian towns has the longest sea beach?
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Q 3 · History
Mahatma Gandhi compared Pherozeshah Mehta with the Himalayas, Tilak with the Ocean and Gokhale with
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Q 4 · History
Who did Mahatma Gandhi recognise as his political Guru?
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Q 5 · History
The first Congress and nationalist leader to face repeated imprisonment was
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Q 6 · History
Which of the following was the main part of Aurobindo's programme to achieve independence?
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Q 7 · History
Where did Mahatma Gandhi first apply his technique of Satyagraha?
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Q 8 · History
Which of the following statements about Mahatma Gandhi's views on Satyagraha is not correct?
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Q 9 · History
Which of the following was not one of the techniques of 'Satyagraha' advocated by Mahatama Gandhi?
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Q 10 · Geography
Which of the following States has the most critical problem of erosion of its coastal areas by the sea?
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Q 11 · Geography
Coal is an example of
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Q 12 · Geography
River Luni drains into
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Q 13 · Geography
The State in India which produces the largest quantity of common salt is
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Q 14 · Geography
Urea is prepared by the chemical reactions of
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Q 15 · Geography
For the study of climate which of the following is not relevant?
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Q 16 · Geography
The famous Amarnath and Vaishnodevi shrines are located in the State of
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Q 17 · Geography
Which of the following is not a seed borne disease?
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Q 18 · Geography
The Buckincham Canal is an inland water way in
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Q 19 · Geography
The Chennai – Bengaluru – Coimbatore - Madurai region is ______.
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Q 20 · Geography
In which of the following states are the Aravalli mountains located
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Q 21 · Geography
Which of the following is not one of the reasons why the northern mountains are of great importance to India
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Q 22 · Geography
Which of the following statements about the Himalayan rivers is not correct?
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Q 23 · History
Which one of the following scholar, challenged Invincible Yajnavalkya for debate?
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Q 24 · History
Who is the author of Vande Mataram?
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Q 25 · History
Who composed the song "Sare Jahan Se Achha Hindostan Hamara"?
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Q 26 · History
Who contemptuously referred to Mahatma Gandhi as a half-naked fakir?
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Q 27 · History
The British Governor General and Viceroy who served for the longest period in India was
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Q 28 · History
The Communist Party of India was founded in 1921 by
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Q 29 · History
In December 1885, when the Indian National Congress was founded, AO Hume acted as its
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Q 30 · History
The first Indian to be elected as a member of the British House of Commons was
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Q 31 · History
Eminent Tamil Poet C Subramania Bharati was associated with which of the following movements oC the Indian National Congress?
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Q 32 · History
The song Jan-Gana-Mana composed by Rabindranath Tagore was first published in January 1912 under the title of
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Q 33 · History
Narain Malhar Joshi founded
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Q 34 · History
All India State's Peoples Conference formed in 1927 launched popular movements in
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Q 35 · History
The actual name of Dayanand Saraawati, the founder of the Arya Samaj was
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Q 36 · History
The President of the Constituent Assembly was
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Q 37 · History
The slogan of 'Bande Matram' was first adopted during the ______ Movements?
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Q 38 · History
During the freedom struggle a parallel movement launched in the Indian states (in the states ruled by the Indian rulers such as Kashmir, Nizam's Hyderabad, Travancore, etc.) was/were
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Q 39 · History
The first elected Indian President of the Legislative Assembly was
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Q 40 · History
Shree Narayan Guru was a great socio-religious reformer of
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Q 41 · History
The youngest President of the Indian National Congress, who held that office at the age of 35, was
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Q 42 · History
The first Indian to contest an election to the British House of Commons was
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Q 43 · History
Two socio-religious reform movements founded in India in 1875 were
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Q 44 · History
The momentous decision to transfer the capital from Calcutta to Delhi, to annul the partition of Bengal and to abolish Indian indentured labour were taken during the Viceroyalty of Lord
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Q 45 · History
The first Indian Governor of a British Province (Bihar) in India was
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Q 46 · Science
The kinetic energy needed to project a body of mass m from the Earth surface (radius R) to infinity is
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Q 47 · History
Which one of the following is a special feature of Chola Polity?
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Q 48 · History
Who declared that he would talk of religion only when he succeeded in removing poverty and misery from the country, for religion could not appease hunger?
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Q 49 · History
The most famous woman disciple of Vivekananda was
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Q 50 · History
'The Times of India' which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1988, was first published in 1838 as
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