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GKBIOLOGY 1.Hepatitis A is known as infectious hepatitis whereas hepatitis B is called serum hepatitis. 2. The life span of parrot is 140 years. 3.Dengue fever is known as break bone fever 4. Tuberculosis is called Koch's disease 5.Leprosy is called Hansen's disease. 6. A test used to confirm typhoid infection is called Widal test 7.Kerala has the highest no. of head and neck cancers in the world. 8.Lentivirus are slow acting virus e.g HIV 9.National Aids Research Insitute is located in Pune 10.World health day - 7th April 11.The mineral element which is useful for lowering of B.P is Potassium 12. Milan, A centre of Italian industry is thought to be the most polluted city in the world 13.Hippocratus, the father of medicine was first to recognise the problem of water pollution

PHYSICS 1.Nuclear size is measured in fermi which is order of the diameter of proton 2.Planets do not twinkle because they are near the earth and minute variations in the intensity is not noteceable. 3.Radioactive substance emit neutron 4.Magnetism at the centre of the bar magnet is zero. 5.If a wave is travelling from one medium to another there is no change in amplitude 6.The property that is used in functioning of rain proof material is surface tension

7.Sound of frequency below 20Hz is called infrasonic 8.Mach no is associated with the speed of aircraft 9.Stars which single clear to naked eyes but are double when seen through a telescope are called Binaries 10. on a clear glass plate , a drop of water and a drop of mercury was placed .water drop spread while mercury drop remain spherical this is because cohesion of mercury is greater than adhesion with glass.

Name the index on which NSE is set to launch derivative trade. -->FTSE 100 index Which country logged fastest exports growth in 2011 as per WTO report and at what percentage? -->India at 16% Which act was amended to include compulsory registration of marriages in India? -->Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 Which bill was approved to regulate Government purchases of above Rs.50 lakh through a transparent bidding process? -->Public Procurement Bill Where in Himachal Pradesh is the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) expected to be set up? -->Una district What denominations of currency notes will RBI introduce bearing rupee symbol? -->Rs.20 and Rs.50 currency notes What percentage and value of US based Max New York Life Insurance was sold to Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance (MSI)? -->26% and Rs.2,731 crore Which country replaced China as Irans top oil client? -->India

Which football stadium will stage the very first event of the 2012 Olympics? Wembley Std.London Hampden Park Glasgow Millennium Std. Cardiff City of Coventry Std. Lord's Cricket Ground will host the Olympic tournament for archery judo cricket horse racing Geeta Poghat, who on 1 April 2012 qualified for London Olympics 2012 belongs to which of the following sports? Wrestling Boxing Gymnastic Weight-Lifting Lender Paes clinched his 50 career title at Miami Opens, Paes won the doubles title with_ _ _ _ _ _ _ Radek Stepanek Max Mirnyi Daniel Nestor Mahesh Bhupati Which of the following state won the National Inter-State Tennis Championship? Maharashtra Uttar Pradesh Tamil Nadu Karnataka Indian Tennis pair of Mahesh Bhupati and Rohan Bopanna won the doubles title of Dubai Open on 3 March 2012. It was Bhupatis title. 30th 15th 50th 1st

Dow Chemicals whose sponsorship to the London Olympics was highly protested in India is the parent company of Union Carbide (Etisalat Vodafone Coca Cola 2012 London olympics will be which summer olympiad 29th 30th 31st 28th Which cricketer holds the record for most first class Test centuries Jack Hobbs Sachin Tendulkar D.G.Bradman George Headley Graham Gooch Who holds the record for part of most Test Wins in Cricketing history Steve Waugh Ponting Warne Vivian Richards Sachin

SOME OLYMPIC FACTS: 1. SUMMER OLYMPICS HAS BEEN CANCELLED THREE TIMES-1916,1940 AND1944. Three Olympiads had to pass without a celebration of the Games because of war: the 1916 Games were cancelled because of World War I, and the summer and winter games of 1940 and 1944 were cancelled because of World War II. 2.MEDALS-The athletes or teams who place first, second, or third in each event receive medals. The winners receive gold medals, which were solid gold until 1912, then made of gilded silver and now gold-plated silver. Every gold medal however must contain at least six grams of pure gold.

3.BOYCOTT-Australia, Great Britain and Switzerland are the only countries to send a team to every Olympic Games since their inception in 1896. 4.OLYMPIC MOTTO-The Olympic motto is Citius, Altius, Fortius, a Latin expression meaning "Faster, Higher, Stronger". 5.BROADCASTING-The 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin were the first Games to be broadcast on television, though only to local audiences.[71] The 1956 Winter Olympics were the first internationally televised Olympic Games,[72] and the following Winter Games had their broadcasting rights sold for the first time to specialized television broadcasting networks.

New Year festivals in South and Southeast Asian cultures, celebrated on the sidereal vernal equinox: Assamese New Year, or Rongali Bihu (India's Assam Valley) Bengali New Year, or Pohela Boishakh (Bangladesh and India's West Bengal state) Burmese New Year, or Thingyan (Burma) Sikh New Year, or Vaisakhi (Punjab region) Khmer New Year, or Chol Chnam Thmey, most commonly celebrated on April 13 (Cambodia) Lao New Year, or Songkan / Pi Mai Lao, generally celebrated from 13 to 15 April (Laos) Malayali New Year, or Vishu (India's Kerala state) Nepali New Year, or Bikram Samwat / Vaishak Ek (Nepal) Oriya New Year, or Maha Visuba Sankranthi (India's Orissa state) Sinhalese New Year, or Aluth Avurudhu (Sri Lanka) Tamil New Year, or Puthandu (India's Tamil Nadu state, Sri Lanka) Thai New Year, or Songkran, celebrated from 13 to 15 April (Thailand) Tuluva New Year, or Bisu (India's Karnataka state)

during the civil disobedience movement, who led the 'red shirts' of north-western india? A. Abdul kalam azad b. Khan abdul ghaffar khan c. Mohammad ali jinnah d. Shaukat ali he belonged to nw part of british india which is nw current day khyber pakhtunwa province of pak and he was first non indian to get bharat ratna. Bcoz of partition we nt lost only the fertile agricultural land of punjab but personalities lyk him,allama iqbal etc.

Which among the following article was inserted in the indian constitution by 42nd amendment 1976, in purview of india being a signatory of stockholm conference of 1972? A. Article 45 b. Article 47a c. Article 48a d. Article 51a stockholm conference of 1972-->UN conference on the human environment article 48a-->.protection and improvement of environment and safeguarding of forests and wild life which among the following country creates most problems related to the "round tripping" in indian economy in context with fdi from this country to india? A. United states b. Mauritius c. Maldives d. United kingdom rigveda samhita denotes one-fourth of its hymns to: A. Rudra b. Marut c. Agni d. Indra collection of vedic sanskrit hymns in which state is located the ancient bhima devi temple ? A. Rajasthan b. Himachal pradesh c. Haryana d. Punjab ancient bhima devi temple is located in pinjore town (panchkula distt.near chandigarh) of haryana. It was adjudged the best maintained tourist friendly monument in the country by the union tourism ministry in 2010 consider the following events: 1. First round table conference 2. Pakistan declaration 3. Poona pact 4. Gandhi irwin pact which among the following represents the correct chronological order of the above events? A. 1 , 2, 3, 4 b. 1, 4, 3, 2, c. 4, 3, 2, 1 d. 3, 4, 2, 1

first round table conference -- nov 1930 -jan 1931 to discuss constitutional reforms in india gandhi irwin pact --5 march 1931 political agreement signed by mahatma gandhi and the then viceroy of india, lord irwin before the second round table conference in london under leadership of sarojini naidu poona pact -- 24 september 1932 agreement between the lower caste untouchables of india led by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar and the upper caste hindus of india led by Gandhi that took place at yerwada central jail in pune pakistan declaration --28 january 1933 pamphlet published by choudhary rahmat ali, in which the word pakistan was used for the first time and was presented in the round table conference in 1933(3rd) prohibition of traffic in human beings, which among the following articles of constitution of india deals with this ? A. Article 21 b. Article 22 c. Article 23 d. Article 24 consider the following statements: 1. Minimum support price is used to procure the food grains from the farmers at the remunerative prices. 2. Central issue price is used to issue this food grain to the sections of society particularly poor and vulnerable section. Which among the above statements is / are correct? A. Only 1 b. Only 2 c. Both 1 & 2 d. Neither 1 nor 2 which among the following is studied under " fulminology"? A. Sudden changes in atmosphere b. Lightning c. Cloudbursts d. Volcanic eruptions babar died on 26th december 1530 and was laid to rest at arambagh in agra. Afterwards, his body was taken to and buried at which among the following places (during the times of sher shah)? A. Delhi b. Farghana c. Kabul d. Samarkand

samarkand is a place in uzbekistan and farghana valley is a region in central asia spanning into many countries

Which Indian company has entered into an agreement with Kaspersky Lab (a Moscow-based IT security solution firm), to offer managed security services to telecom companies? Tech Mahindra/ Mahindra Satyam Name the Four financial institutions that have agreed to form India's first $2bn (around 10,000cr Rs.) Infrastructure Development Fund

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