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1. Recently, Gor Kattri complex was making news as it was reopened after 60 years following a Court order. It is famous for its display of Gautam Buddha's begging bowl. In which country is located the Gor Kattri complex?


2. The 1,020 MW Tala hydroelectric project is the biggest joint project between India and Bhutan so far. On which of the following rivers, this project is constructed?


3. Madhav Gadgil Panel or The Western Ghats Ecology Expert Panel (WGEEP) had, in May 2011 had suggested listing of which among the following regions in the State as Ecologically Significant Area (ESA)?


4. Tax in India proceeds which among these as percentage of gross tax has declined in last 5 years?


5. A study by Yale and Columbia Universities, announced in January 2012 that amongst 132 nations in terms of air quality with regard to its effect on human health. What was India's rank in this index?



6. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act mandates at least what fraction of the beneficiaries to be women?


7. The area around which among the following modern cities of India, a Hindu Silhara dynasty ruled from 9th to 13th century AD?


8. In the “Information Economy Report 2010? UNCTAD has quoted that "in southern India, for example, fishermen's profits have increased by 8 per cent thanks to better market coordination". What does the better market coordination refers to in the statement by which fishermen's profits have increased by 8 per cent in Southern India?


9. For financial assistance under Rastriya Arogya Nidhi, the patient must be:
1.Living Below Poverty Line
2.Suffering from specified life-threatening diseases
3.Taking treatment in government hospitals only
Choose the correct options:


10. When there is an official change in the exchange rate of domestic currency, then it is called ?


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7. Geography of India -Test-04
8. Geography of India -Test-05
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11. History of India - Test - 03
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