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1. Which among the following is correct about the Vostro Account?


2. Consider the following statement:
1. Old Tehri is a Confluence town located on the confluence of Bhagirathi and Bhilangna rivers
2. To reach Vindya Mountains, the ancient sages needed to cross Dandakaranya first
Which among the above statements is / are correct?


3. In which of the following state is located Rumtek Monastery ?


4. Which among the following is NOT Tier I Capital?


5. The disorder "Pityriasis simplex capillitii " is most commonly known as which among the following?



6. Consider the following statements regarding the legislations in Financial Sector of India: 1. There is a need to simplify & rewrite the Financial Sector legislations including the subordinate legislations to achieve harmony and synergy2. The Government has recently established a Commission to examine the architecture of the legislative and regulatory system governing the Financial sector in India. Which among the above statements is/ are correct?


7. From time to time, the Government of India approves various Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) proposals. Which among the following bodies recommends this approval prior to the Ministry of Finance / Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs?


8. Vasundhara Summit was held in __?


9. All most all of Iron Ore Production of India (96%) is confined to which among the following five states of India?


10. The "Chai Taret Khuntakpa" is a period ranging from 1817-1826 , which the Manipuris remember it as 7 years of devastation. In this context consider the following statements: 1. During this period, the rule of Assam and Manipur had gone into hands of the Burmese2. The "Chai Taret Khuntakpa" ended with the Treaty of YandabuWhich among the above statements is / are correct?


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