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1. Consider the following statements:
1.Area between 200 mts to 500 mts in Coastal Regulation Zone - III has been declared as No Development Zone (NDZ).
2.Some activities are permissible in this zone after obtaining necessary approvals from concerned authorities
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?


2. In the first four years of the Eleventh Plan, Indian economy expanded by which among the following fractions?


3. Year 2011 corresponds to which among the following years in Holocene calendar or Holocene era (HE)?


4. In the E-waste generated by the Mobile Phones, which among the following metal is most abundant?


5. Recently, India has signed an Oil Exploration Deal with Vietnam for oil exploration in which among the following seas?



6. In context with India's Oil and Gas fields consider the following:
1.Only Oil Fields
2.Only Gas Fields
3.Both Oil and Gas Fields
Which among the following options gives the correct decreasing order of numbers of the fields classified as above?


7. Consider the following:
1.Region between the rivers Krishna and Tungabhadra
2.The Krishna Godavari Delta
3.Marathawada country
A conflict over which among the above are considered to be the reasons of struggle between Vijayanagar and Bahamani kingdoms?


8. We assume that when Banana is priced Rs. 10 a dozen, the quantity demanded is 5 dozen. If due to increased supply, the price of Banana falls to Rs. 6 a dozen, the quantity demanded becomes 4 dozen. The elasticity of demand in this situation will be which among the following?


9. As of February 2012, How many seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes in Lok Sabha?


10. Which among the following is the venue of Kumbh Mela 2013?


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