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1. In the Budget estimates of 2011-12, an allocation of Rs. 400 Crore has been made to bring in second green revolution in East in the rice based cropping system of ____?


2. The Backward Regions Grant Fund (BRGF), which aims to catalyze development in backward areas, was approved by the CCEA in August, 2006. How many backward districts are covered under the BGRF?


3. For which of the following, the Reserve Bank of India has stipulated a maximum Capital Adequacy Requirements in India?


4. Consider the following states:
1. When it became a republic, India was composed of exactly half number of the states , than that of current numbers
2. The latest state in India were created in 2000
3. Most new states in India were created after linguistic or ethnic movements
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?


5. On which of the following rates , Reserve Bank of India purchases the Other Commercial Papers and Rediscount Bills of exchange from the Banks?



6. Which of the following Viceroys of India used to write poems with the Pen name of "Owen Meredith"?


7. Consider the following statements: 1. During Farrukhsiyar reign, in 1717, that the British East India Company purchased duty-free trading rights in all of Bengal for a mere three thousand rupees a year2. The son-in-law of Mir Jafar, who was made Nawab of Bengal after the Battle of Chinsura opposed the Imperial Dastak because it was discriminatory3. Mir Kasim abolished all the taxes of the Local traders Which among the above statements is / are correct?


8. Consider the following statements:
1. Not all banks come under the regulation of Right to Information Act
2. Not all banks come under the Schedule 2 of RBI
Which among the above statements is / are correct?


9. In context with ancient India, what did the word Agrahara referred to ?


10. The term SILK scheme is related to which among the following markets in India?


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    Pyro rocket jump

    The Pyro can take advantage of the knockback effect of reflected projectiles. By aiming the compression blast at his feet, the Pyro can redirect the Soldiers or Sentry Guns rocket into a powerful rocket jump. Because the Pyro has no self damage resistance, this jump generally sends the Pyro farther and higher than a Soldier could manage, however this also means that the Pyro will take considerably more damage than a Soldier would in the same situation. Pyros can also jump with reflected grenades, though the reflecting force exerted by the compression blast in conjunction with the smaller window of time before the detonation make it very tricky to use properly. Sentry Gun rockets can also be used to jump; Sentry rockets will launch the Pyro higher into the air than the Soldiers rockets, but also inflict more damage.


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