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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2010


1. Where is located the Blatter Herbarium in India?


2. Bring out the incorrectly matched pair:


3. As we know that Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) is the amount of funds that the banks have to keep with the Reserve Bank of India . Consider the following consequences , if Reserve Bank of India decides to increase the CRR substantially in its monetary policy:
1. The banks will have to keep more money with RBI and this dries up the liquidity.
2.The Banks will have to increase the Interest rates on their Home Loan products
3. The banks will be able to earn more money due to increased interest rates.
Which among the above statements hold true?


4. On April 1, 2010, which of the following countries has launched CRCEES (Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme) , a new mandatory scheme which envisages to force some 5,000 companies to monitor and report their energy usage and related carbon emissions ?


5. What is the annual untied grant for a Village Health Fund under the Village Health & Sanitation Committee, constituted by a state governments under the Panchayati Raj Institutions umbrella of implementation of National Rural Health Mission?



6. In production of which of the following metals India holds number 1 status?


7. Through which film A R Rahman made his debut in Hindi Films ?


8. Ekaboron was an element predicted by Mendeleev and he leaved a space for it in his Periodic Table. Later Ekaboron was identified with _____?


9. The functions of which of the following body in India are limited to advisory nature only?


10. Who among the following is the only woman to have held the office of Prime Minister of France so far?


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    Chenopodium ambrosioides var. anthelminticum
    American wormseed, Jesuit’s tea, Mexican tea, Jerusalem oak.

    Key Uses:
  • Effects of strokes, particularly those involving right-sided paralysis
  • Right-sided migraines

    Origin : Native to the Caribbean and to Central and South America, and cultivated in China and the US.

    Background : This plant was widely used from the middle of the 18th century by native Americans to expel worms.

    Preparation : The seeds or whole, fresh plant are macerated in alcohol, or the oil from the seeds is diluted with alcohol.

    Remedy Profile : The classic use of Chenopodium is in treating the effects of a stroke, particularly if they involve right-sided paralysis.
    Typical symptoms include repeating words or using inappropriate words, or repeating the same actions over and over again. The limbs may spasm and contract, and the hands may flex. These symptoms may be accompanied by very heavy breathing with a rattling sound, as if there is a ball rolling loose in the trachea. The remedy is also used to treat right-sided migraines with giddiness, loss of sight, roaring in the ears, and dull pain in the liver area that may extend to the right shoulder blade.

    Symptoms Better : None known.

    Symptoms Worse : For movement.


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