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1. For how many days, a MNREGA beneficiary must have worked during the preceding financial year , to get eligible for Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)?


2. The sulbasutras of ancient Indian Scholar "Baudhayan" have reached to a most correct value of which among the following?


3. Recently, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard made a strong pitch for uranium sale to India. What is Australia's current rank among World Uranium Suppliers?


4. Which among the following landforms is formed by the action of a geologic rift or fault?


5. Who among the following has recently sworn in as the chief of the Central Intelligence Agency (United States)?



6. Consider the following statements:
1.The share of the Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) in the delivery of rural credit is falling
2.Primary Agricultural Credit Societies (PACS) can not borrow from Commercial Banks
Which among the above statements is/ are correct?


7. Which among the following countries is known for its traditional Loya Jirga meetings about which it was recently said that they will undermine the authority of Parliament and will be a clear violation of law?


8. Garo Hills is a part of which among the following states of India?


9. Moody’s Investors Service has recently cut its rating government of which of the following countries' debt by one notch Aaa to Aa3?


10. A distinguished India-born Professor of Biology at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, will receive the Gunnerus Sustainability Award from the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters (DKNVS) at a function in Trondheim, Norway on April 17, 2012.Identify this personality from the given options:


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  • Abraham Lincoln

    A Constitutional Moral or Local Issue

    Furthermore, Lincoln charged Douglas with being part of secret cabal to extend slavery to the free states. He boldly announced that slavery was simply immoral and had to be dealt with forthrightly by the U.S. Congress. For Lincoln, slavery violated the fundamental assertion of the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal. He argued that its continued existence and support in the nation ran counter to the wishes of the Founding Fathers. Ultimately, only the power of the federal government could resolve the issue by extinguishing slavery from the nation. Although Lincoln contended that there existed no constitutional way of interfering with slavery where it presently existed, he believed that it should not be allowed to expand westward. For him, the matter was a question of right and wrong, with Douglas indifferent to a moral wrong.

    Douglas met the challenge by trying to portray Lincoln as a radical abolitionist. He disagreed with Lincolns claim that the Founding Fathers had opposed slavery, pointing out that many of them, including George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, had owned slaves. He played down the moral issue in favor of his commitment to a Jacksonian egalitarianism for white Americans, saying that the power to decide about the existence of slavery should be left to each community and on the local level. And he argued that slavery in any case would never survive outside of the South for simple economic reasons. Douglas asserted in his Freeport Doctrine (delivered at Freeport, Illinois) that the people could keep slavery out of their territories. Despite the Dred Scott decision by the Supreme Court, which defended the property rights of slaveowners, Douglas claimed that local communities could decide for themselves to not pass local police laws to preserve the institution of slavery and not to protect slaveowners. He warned the nation not to try to judge political issues on moral grounds lest emotions spill over into civil war. Ultimately, Douglas argued that the issue came down to conflicting ideologies a view of the nation as a confederacy of sovereign and equal states versus a federalist empire of consolidated states. He accused Lincoln of being an abolitionist at heart, and a dangerous fanatic whose policies would result in racial consolidation and racial equality. In doing so, Douglas appealed shamelessly to the race prejudice of Illinois voters.


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