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1. Consider the following statements regarding GSLV Mk III: 1. GSLV -Mk III is a successor to the GSLV-II that was in use after India and Russia collaborated on the technology transfer successfully 2. GSLV-Mk III will be used to send Indian Satellites into sun synchronous orbits Which among the above statements is / are correct?


2. The Muslim festival 'Barawafat’, where the word ‘barah’ stands for the twelve days of the Prophet’s sickness, refers to which among the following events of life of Prophet Mohammad?


3. After Uttar Pradesh, which among the following states has the maximum share in the total Route Kilometers of Indian Railways?


4. Between which among the following countries is located the 1,200 km long Langeled pipeline, the world's longest underwater pipeline?


5. The Indo-UK Task Force has been created for which among the following ?



6. The Global Economic Prospects 2011 report which says that global GDP, which expanded by 3.9 percent in 2010, will slow down to 3.3 percent in 2011 before reaching 3.6 percent in 2012, has been recently released by which among the following organizations?


7. Who among the following first synthesized "gene" in a laboratory ?


8. Coronation of Shivaji took place in which year?


9. In India, which among the following has highest per capita consumption of electricity among the states and Union Territories?


10. "Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya" " Lead us from Darkness to Light" , this comes from which among the following Upanishadas?


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    The Potato Cure for Rheumatism

    Raw potato juice is regarded as an excellent food remedy for rheumatism. One or two teaspoonful of the juice pressed out of mashed raw potato should be taken before meals. This will help eliminate an acid condition and relieve rheumatism. In some rural areas in Great Britain, it is a custom for rheumatic suffers to carry a potato in their pockets, in the belief that the potato will absorb in itself some of the acid from the sufferer's body. The old potato is thrown away and replaced by a new one after a few days. The skin of the potato is also an excellent food remedy for rheumatism. The skin is exceptionally rich in vital mineral salts and the water in which the peelings have been boiled is one of the best medicines for the ailments caused by excess of acid in the system. The potato peelings should be thoroughly washed and boiled for a few minutes. The decoction should then be strained and a glassful of the same taken three or four times daily.


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