शुक्रवार, 10 फ़रवरी 2017

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1. The Articles of the Constitution of India which deal with legislative relations between the Centre and States in the Indian federal system are
↦ Articles 245 to 255

2. A national emergency has been proclaimed three times so far in India
↦ In 1962, 1971 and 1975

3. The President of India can suspend the fundamental rights during national emergency (internal) except
↦ Right to Life and Personal Liberty (Article 21) and the Right to Protection in Respect of Conviction for Offences (Article 20)

4. The Constituent Assembly of India entrusted with the task of making the Constitution for the people of India held its first meeting on
↦ December 9, 1946

5. The idea of a Constituent Assembly for India was put forward for the first time in 1935 by
↦ M. N. Roy

Indian National Movement:-

6. Rani Gaidileu was a rebel leader against the Britishers from
↦ Manipur

7. Who was the founder of the Khudai Khidmatgar Organisation ?
↦ Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

8. Why did Mahatma Gandhi withdraw Non-Cooperation Movement in 1922 ?
↦ Because of Chaura-Chauri incident

9. Simon Commission was appointed to look into the working of the
↦ Government of India Act 1919

10. Who presided over the Karachi session of Indian National Congress in 1931 ?
↦ Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel

11. The features of federation with a strong centre, vesting of residuary powers in the centre, appointment of state governors by the Centre, and advisory jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in the Constitution of India have been borrowed from

↦ The Constitution of Canada

12. Eleventh Schedule added by the 73rd Amendment (1992) to the Constitution of India enshrining the powers, authority and responsibilities of Panchayats has
↦ 29 Subjects

13. The ordinance promulgated by the President when Parliament is not in session must be approved by Parliament
↦ Within Six Weeks from its Reassembly

14. An election to fill any vacancy in the office of President due to his death, resignation or removal or otherwise should be held within
↦ Six months from the date of occurrence of such a vacancy

15. Articles 14 to 18 in the Constitution of India cover
↦ Right to Equality

16. Right against Exploitation as enshrined in the Constitution of India is covered by
↦ Articles 23-24

17. The S. K. Dhar Commission appointed in June 1948 to consider the issue of state reorganisation recommended the reorganisation of states on the basis of
↦ Administrative convenience rather than linguistic factor

18. The three territories which India acquired from the Portuguese by means of a police action in 1961 were ↦ Goa, Daman and Diu

19. The State Reorganisation Commission appointed in 1953 under the chairmanship of Fazl Ali accepted
↦ The language as the basis of reorganisation of states

20. The 42nd Amendment Act of 1976 added four new Directive Principles of State Policy by inserting
↦ Articles 39, 39A, 43A and 48A

21. In India Dyarchy was started by
↦ Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms

22. Which British Prime Minister of England sent Cripps Mission to India in 1942 ?
↦ Winston Churchill

23. In which session of the Indian National Congress did the historic union of Congress and Muslims League take place ?
↦ Lucknow session in 1916

24. In the Interim Government formed in the year 1946, who held the portfolio of Defence ?
↦ Baldev Singh

25. Indian War of Independence 1857 was written by
↦ V. D. Savarkar

History and Culture of India:-

26. Which Indian King defeated Seleucus, the administrator of Sindh and Afghanistan appointed by the Alexander the Great ?
↦ Chandragupta Maurya

27. From which year did Saka era begin ?
↦ 78 A.D.

28. Before the foundation of Kolkata, the biggest English settlement in Bengal was
↦ Hugli

29. Who founded the Ramkrishna Mission in 1896 ?
↦ Swami Vivekanand

30. Who was the in-charge of Alauddin Khilji’s market control system ?
↦ Shahan-e-Mandi

31. Akbar established Mansab System in the year
↦ A. D. 1565

32. Which Delhi Sultan levied the irrigation tax on the farmers for the first time ?
↦ Sultan Firoz Tughlaq

33. In which of the following festivals are boat races a special feature?
↦ Onam

34. The National Song of India was composed by
↦ Bankim Chandra Chatterji

35. The National Anthem was first sung in the year
↦ 1911

Economic Affairs of India:-

36. India’s longest rail tunnel (11 km long) is coming up between
↦ Banihal and Qazigund

37. Izzat scheme has been launched by
↦ Ministry of Railways

38. National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme was launched initially in
↦ 200 districts

39. Which state is the largest producer of ground nut in India ?
↦ Gujarat

40. The highest share in power generation in India is of
↦ Thermal Power

41. In India, the term Black Revolution is associated with
↦ Self-dependence in petroleum/crude oil

42. The Money Order System in India was introduced in the year
↦ 1880

43. The Human Development Index (HDI) rank India has got in Human Development Report 2009 is
↦ 134

44. ‘Wadi’ is NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) development
project for
↦ Uttar Pradesh Tribals

45. Who has replaced Mr. Suresh Tendulkar as Chairman of Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Committee
↦ C. Rangrajan

Geography (India and the World):-

46. Tsunamis are caused by
↦ Earthquakes

47. Smog is a combination of
↦ Smoke and fog

48. Cocos plate lies between
↦ Central America and Pacific Plate

49. Singareni Coal fields lie in
↦ Godavari Valley

50. Which of the rock formations in India is the richest in fossil content ?
↦ Gondwana

51. Soar is a famous Coal field in
↦ Germany

52. Seasonal movement of people and their herds from valley to mountain and vice versa is known as
↦ Transhumance

53. Titagarh, Amlai and Nepanagar are associated with
↦ Paper Industry

54. The top ten States in terms of density of population in India in descending order are
↦ West Bengal, Bihar, Kerala, U.P., Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Goa, Assam and Jharkhand

55. The second most important agrobased industry of India, after textiles is
↦ Sugar industry

Science and Technology:-

56. Which metal is mixed in gold while making ornaments ?
↦ Copper

57. Two elements which can form a large number of compounds are
↦ Carbon and Hydrogen

58. Aqua regia used by alchemists to separate silver and gold is a mixture of
↦ Hydrochloric acid and Nitric acid

59. Commercial vulcanization of rubber involves
↦ Sulphur

60. In solar system which two planets are on either side of earth?
↦ Mars and Venus

61. Aspirin is
↦ Acetyl salicylic acid

62. Cross-pollination or fertilization between two varieties is known as
↦ Hybridization

63. In India National Science Day is celebrated on
↦ February 28

64. WIMAX is related to
↦ Communication Technology

65. Who is known as father of Indian Ecology ?
↦ R. Mishra


66. Which gas is essential for plants to produce their food ?
↦ Carbon dioxide

67. The largest producer of rubber in India is
↦ Kerala

68. Wheat which is the second most important cereal crop after rice in India is a
↦ Rabi crop

69. India’s rank in the production of cotton in the world is
↦ Fourth after China, U.S.A. and Pakistan

70. The state of Maharashtra currently ranks first in the production of ?
↦ Total pulses and onion

71. The per cent share of Uttar Pradesh in production of sugar cane to all India is
↦ 35•81%

72. The type of crop which is able to fix nitrogen from air is
↦ Legumes

73. The number of Agro-ecological zones in India is
↦ 20

74. Which bank has formed Farmer’s club for easy approach to farming community ?
↦ Regional
Rural Bank

75. Zinc Sulphate is commonly used as
↦ Fungicide

Sports and Games:-

76. Who was the 1st president of BCCI ( Board of Control for Cricket in India
↦ R.E. Grant Govan

77. Which football hero was nicknamed "The Sundance Kid"
↦ Jim Kiick

78. This year the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup of Hockey was won after a gap of 13 years by
↦ India after defeating Malaysia

79. When was the first cricket Test match played?
↦ 1877

80. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is associated with
↦ Tennis

81. The Indian football team made its first appearance at Olympics in
↦ 1948

82. The book “If Cricket is a Religion, Sachin is God” has been written by
↦ Vijay Santham and Shyam Balasubramaniam

83. Geoff Oglivy is a famous player of
↦ Golf

84. The Player Rashid Khan is associated with
↦ Golf

85. Dizzy' is the nickname of what Australian player
↦ Jason Gillespie


86. The first Human Development Report by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) was published in
↦ the year 1990

87. The famous Virupaksha temple is located in
↦ Hampi (Karnataka)

88. In which House of the Parliament is the Presiding Officer not a member of the House ?
↦ In Rajya Sabha

89. The biochemical processes taking place in the body is known as
↦ Metabolism

90. To be recognised a national party in India, it must secure at least
↦ 4% of valid votes in four or more states

91. India’s first Defence University is being set-up in
↦ Haryana

92. Gagan Narang is a famous
↦ Air Rifle Shooter

93. ‘India’s International Bank’ is the branding line of
↦ Bank of Baroda

94. The Luni river which originates in the Pushkar Valley of the Aravalli Range in Ajmer district is also known as
↦ Lavanavari River

95. World Health Day is observed on
↦ April 7

96. The first person to travel twice to space as a tourist is
↦ Charles Simonyi

97. Dadra and Nagar Haveli was liberated from Portuguese rule in
↦ The year 1954

98. Cultural and Educational Rights have been laid down in
↦ Article 29-30 of the Constitution

99. The cities situated on the banks of Cauvery are
↦ Thiruchirapalli and Erode

100. Mekong river drains into
↦ South China Sea

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