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1. Who among the following shifted the pillars from Topra and Meerut to New Delhi?


2. The Jeevan Raksha Padak series of awards are an offshoot of which among the following Gallantry awards in India?


3. Many countries such as North Korea, Burma etc. ban possession of a satellite phones and possessing the satellite phones is illegal over there. In this context, please consider the following: 1. Satellite Phones usually bypass local telecom systems and pose a threat to Government 2. The Governments in these countries want mass surveillance and / or lack the technology to intercept satellite phone traffic.3. These countries need to enter into an international convention which they don't want to. Which among the above hold correct reason for the given statement?


4. Who said: "Good citizen makes a good state and bad citizen makes a bad state"?


5. "There was only one genuine extremist in India and that was Mr. Tilak"
Who among the following had made this remark in context with Bal Gangadhar Tilak?



6. Consider the following statements: 1. The Tropic of Cancer Passes through 6 states of India 2. Prior to Arabian Sea , the last country on land it enters is OmanWhich among the above statements is / are correct?


7. With which among the following sports, Ian Thorpe is related to?


8. In which year Liberalized Exchange Rate Management System (LERMS) was launched in India?


9. Consider the following parts of the Constitution of India:
1. Fundamental Rights
2. Fundamental Duties
3. Directive principles of State Policy
Which among the above parts of the constitution were amended to pave the way for Rights of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009?


10. Which among the following is not a feature of the proposed Companies Bill 2009?


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