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General Knowledge - General Awareness - 2010


1. How many economies are partners to the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate (MEF)?


2. Which of the following Indian Company is known as the originator of the term 'the flat world'?


3. Which of the following countries has won maximum number of all medals combinely in the recently held 2010 Winter Olympics ?


4. Augastino Rono who recently won the latest Edition of Chennai Marathon belongs to which of the following countries?


5. In which of the following cities world's first trade fair took place?



6. What was the venue of Nuclear Security Summit 2010 ?


7. Which of the following districts of Karnataka was recently in news as Arcellor Mittal decides to locate its proposed six million tonne per annum steel plant in this district?


8. In which state is located Dantewada where 76 Indian CRPF soldiers were killed in an attack by Naxalites?


9. What was the size of the latest acquisition deal by Indian Telco, Bharti Airtel which entered into a legally binding definitive agreement with Zain Group to acquire Zain Africa BV ?


10. Which among the following committees had recommended five per cent reservation for the Gujjar community in Rajasthan in 2007 in government employment and admission to educational institutions?


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    NAT PHOS

    Natrum phosphoricum
    Sodium phosphate.

    Key Uses:
  • Digestive disorders characterized by excess acidity and sour discharges
  • Failure to thrive, in bottle-fed babies

    Origin : Chemically prepared.

    Background : These crystals were used in the 18th and 19th centuries for intestinal worms, MYRISTICA FRAGRANS (Nutmeg)156 and chosen by Dr. Schüssler as a “biochemic” tissue salt (see page 90).

    Preparation : Sodium phosphate crystals are triturated with lactose sugar.

    Remedy Profile : Responsible people who find it difficult to delegate tend to respond most effectively to Nat. phos. Despite being generally friendly and sympathetic, they are highly self- contained, finding it hard to talk about their problems and tending to become withdrawn from loved ones. Fears of the dark, insects, storms, illness, and death are typical, as is being easily startled by noise.
    Nat. phos. is used primarily to treat digestive disorders characterized by excess acidity and sour discharges. There may be a feeling of emptiness in the abdomen and chest, and a tendency to vomit or produce sour belches. Cravings for strong-tasting, spicy foods, salt, and fried eggs are associated with Nat. phos. It may also help bottle-fed babies who are failing to thrive.

    Symptoms Better : For cold.

    Symptoms Worse : For storms; after sexual intercourse; for bitter foods; for fatty foods; for sugar; for milk.


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