General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2014

1. A pacific island country has in 2014 sued nine nuclear weapon states (including India in the International Court of Justice) over failure to disarm. Identify the country from the given options:

2. Which among the following countries has won the 2014-Uber Cup tournament?

3. In 2014, which two countries have settled a maritime border dispute after 20 years of negotiations?

4. Who has been appointed as the first woman chairperson of IIAS -Indian Institute of Advanced Study?

5. 'Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca' has in 2014 become the youngest-ever president of ________?

6. World's largest polluter country has in 2014 decided that for the first time it will impose an absolute limit on its carbon emissions. This country is ________ :

7. The Syngas, or Synthesis gas, is a fuel gas mixture consisting primarily of ________?

8. According to Worldwide Cost of Living Index 2014, which of the following cities has been ranked world's most expensive city?

9. Which among the following states generates the highest amount of hydro power in India?

10. Truth, Love and a Little Malice is autobiography of________?

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    Kalium bromatum
    Potassium bromide.

    Key Uses:
  • Excessive sexual needs or impotence in men
  • Ovarian cysts, tumors, or fibroids
  • Psychosis, mania, paranoia, autism, or retardation
  • Skin complaints, such as rosacea
  • Stroke, epilepsy, or other seizures

    Origin : Chemically prepared.

    Background : Potassium bromide is used in photography to make gelatin papers and plates, and was used medicinally in the past as a sedative and anti-epileptic.

    Preparation : Solid potassium bromide is triturated with lactose sugar.

    Remedy Profile : Poor memory, sadness, and loss of mental capabilities are often noted in those for whom Kali. brom. is most appropriate. The remedy has an affinity with the nervous system, and may be prescribed following a stroke, epilepsy, or other seizures. Great physical restlessness, with characteristic traits such as frequent wringing of the hands or fidgeting of the feet, is a typical accompanying symptom, as is numbness in the skin and the mucous membranes, especially those of the throat.
    At its most extreme, the state of mind associated with this remedy can develop into depressive delusions with a sense of being pursued for imagined wrongdoings. Fear of insanity and feelings of suspicion and rage may occur, developing in extreme cases to psychosis, mania, paranoia, autism, and retardation, which Kali. brom. may treat. It may also ease intense sexual feelings that progress to sexual addiction.
    In addition to its association with nervous symptoms, Kali. brom. is used for skin symptoms such as acne (especially on the forehead), psoriasis, rosacea, pustules, cysts, eczema on the legs, cold, numb skin, and crops of small boils. The skin tends to be blue and mottled in appearance, and may scar following skin eruptions.
    The remedy may also be used to treat female reproductive organs that develop ovarian cysts, tumors, or fibroids, and for symptoms triggered during menstrual periods, such as epilepsy. In men, Kali. brom. may be given for excessive sexual appetite or impotence.

    Symptoms Better : For being occupied, both mentally and physically.

    Symptoms Worse : For sexual excess; for mental overexertion; during puberty or pregnancy.

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