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J & K Combined Services- Competent (Prelims) Exam September 2002 Solved Question Papers


1. The oceanic currents named as "Kurosiwo, Kurile and Alaskan' are located in


2. Madurai was the capital of the


3. Which of the following is suitable for growing cotton ?


4. Suez navigation canal links up Mediterranean Sea with the


5. Who was the pioneer of the higher education for Muslims in India ?



6. The construction of Fatehpur Sikri was initiated by which of the following Indian rulers ?


7. Who among the following kings used to keep direct contact with the public ?


8. What was,the original name of Tantia Tope, a leader of the Indian Uprising of 1857?


9. Which of the following countries won the 2001 Copa America-the South American Football Championships ?


10. The week, August 1 to August 7,2001, was observed as


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