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

1. Who founded the Congress ?

2. When was the national flag of India first displayed ?

3. Which of the ~ following" Muslim leaders joined the Home Rule Movement

4. Which of the following States has a Constitution of its own ?

5. In which region do the codirectional currents bring the rains ?

6. When was the Non-Cooperation Movement withdrawn ?

7. Who presides over the meeting of the Rajya Sabha ?

8. Who appoints the Chiefs of the Army, Air Force and Navy ?

9. Who among the following were the first to establish colonies in India ?

10. Which of the following is the greatest circle ?

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