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Gk h2

.Union Cabinet has recently approved Extradition Treaty with which country?

 How many indigenous breeds of cattle India Currently possess?

Number of Livestock in India is (Approx)?
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When was essentials commodities act enacted?
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What is the third largest packed food in India consumed?
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What is the rank of India’s market in Alcoholic beverages consumtion?
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Which country in south asia shared 62% of It’s global trade with India?
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Roger Federer recently won his which Grandslam?
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Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam has been appointed as chancellor of which school?
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Astra is which kind of missile?
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Who is Margaret Chan?




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1. What is Deo Parliamentary Committee Probing?

2. How many blocks have been recently decided to award for exploration of oil and gas by the Union Gas & Petroleum Ministry recently?

3. Which lone sailing ship of Indian Navy Has embarked upon voyage of four nations?

4. Who is the winner of A…

Gk- H1

. Who is the highest Law Officer of an state?Advocate General
The palace of Amritsar was given by Mughal Emperor Akabr to whom?  Guru Ramdas
Which section of IPC is applicable for death under negligence?304 A
Sharavati Project is in which state?Karnataka
Balimela Project is in which state? Orissa
What does the olymic flame symbolize? Continuity between new and ancient games
 COFEPOSA deals with what?Economic offences
 The earth rotates on its axis from?West to east
 If a match live commentary in delhi commences at 10.00 am what time the viewer at London shall tune into?  4.30 am
 The United Kingom consists of which countries?England, Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales
 Who publishes employment news?Ministry of Information and broadcasting
 Which states in India are having their borders sharing with Myanmar? Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland & Arunachal Pradhesh.
Koyna Hydroelectric Power is located in which state? Maharastra
Who is the scientist made success of Green Revolutio…

SPORTS AND THE TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THEM

SPORTS AND THE TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THEM Badminton Angled Drive Serve, Backhand Low Serve, Bird, Deuce, Double Droup, Fault, Flick Serve, Forehand Smash, Let, Lob, Love All, net Shots, Rush, Smash. Baseball Base, Battery, Bunting, Catcher, Diamond, Hitter, Home Infield, Outfield, Pinch, Pitcher Plate, Pullout, Short Stop, Strike. Basketball Ball, Basket, Blocking, Dribbling, Free Throw, Held Ball, Holding, Jump Ball, Multiple Throws, Pivot. Billiards Baulk Line, Break, Bolting, Cannon, Cue, Hazard, In-off, Jigger, Long jenney, Pot, Scratch, Screw Back, short Stop, Strike. Boxing Ausiliary Point System, Babit Punch, Break, Cut, Defence, Down, Hook, Jab, Lying On, Knock, Seconds out, Slam, Upper Cut, Weight In, Win by Knock-out. Bridge Auction, Bid, Chicane, Cut, Declarer, Doubleton, Dummy, Finesse, Grand Slam, Little Slam, Notrumps, Over-trick, Revoke, rubber, Ruff, Shuffle, Suit, Vulnerable. Chess Bishop, Capture, Castling, Checkmate, En Passant, Gambit, Grand Master, King, Knight, Pa…

THE UNITED NATIONS

THE UNITED NATIONS: ORGANIZATION In 1945, representatives of 50 countries met in San Francisco at the United Nations Conference on International Organization to draw up the United Nations Charter. The Organization officially came into existence on 24 October 1945, when the Charter had been ratified by China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, the United States and a majority of other signatories. United Nations Day is celebrated on 24 October. Charter The Charter is the constituting instrument of the United Nations, setting out the rights and obligations of Member States, and establishing the Organization's organs and procedures. Purposes The purposes of the United Nations, as set forth in the Charter, are to maintain international peace and security; to develop friendly relations among nations; to cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems and in promoting respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms; and to …

Wetlands in India

Wetlands in India recognised as wetlands of international importance
Ramsar Convention for the conservation and sustainable utilization of wetlands recognizing the fundamental ecological functions of wetlands and their economic, cultural, scientific, and recreational value and thus list of wetlands of international importance as defined. These wetlands are selected for on account of their international significance in terms of ecology, botany, zoology, limnology or hydrology.
Following are the Wetlands in India recognised as wetlands of international importance:
   1.       Ashtamudi Wetland, Kerala Since 19 -August -02)    2. Bhitarkanika Mangroves, Orissa Since 19 -August -02)    3. Bhoj Wetland, Madhya Pradesh Since 19 -August -02)    4.       Chandertal Wetland, Himachal Pradesh Since August -11 -05)    5.       Chilika Lake, Orissa Since 01 -October -81)    6. Deepor Beel, Assam Since 19 -August -02)    7.       East Calcutta Wetlands, West Bengal Since 19 -August -02)    8.       Harike Lake(Hari…