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1. The government of India has fixed which among the following target for farmer credits in the year 2011-12?


2. Consider the following: 1. Both India and United States have ratified the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage 2. India is among five countries with a minimum of 400,000 units of installed nuclear capacity, that have ratified the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage Which among the above statements is / are correct?


3. On which of the following ‘clean energy cess’ is levied in India?


4. Who among the following started the practice of military governships in India , by leaving the military governors called "Strategos" in India?


5. Consider the following statements in context with the Infrastructure Finance Companies: 1.The Infrastructure Finance Companies are able to finance the infrastructure projects more than 75% of their total assets so thus can do more business.2.The Infrastructure Finance Companies become eligible for issuance of ‘infrastructure bonds’ and for raising funds up to 500 million dollars through external commercial borrowing (ECB) in a year.Which among the above statements is/ are correct?



6. Attorney General Goolam E Vahanvati has been appointed in this office, by whom among the following?


7. Which among the following banks was chosen to manage the banking of the Pension Funds by the NPS Trust established by PFRDA for the NPS Lite?


8. In the 11th plan the share of which among the following kinds of electricity has decreased from 2007-2010 period?


9. The Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) is commonly known as _______?


10. Who among the following founded a National Press, National Paper, National Society, National School, National Theatre, National Store, National Gymnasium and National Circus making the term "National" popular in British India?


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