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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2017


1. Who has won the 2016 Mubadala World Tennis Championship?


2. Indian Railways has launched an integrated mobile app “Rail Saarthi” for railway passengers. What does “Saarthi” stands for?


3. The 2017 World Polio Day (WPD) is observed on which date?


4. Who is the head of the newly constituted Prime Minister Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC)?


5. Which country has in 2017 declared polio-free country by the World Health Organization (WHO)?



6. Which portal has been launched by the Survey of India (SoI) that offers free download of Indian Maps?


7. Who has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of France?


8. Which state government has launched digital wallet "T-Wallet" for people with and without mobile phones?


9. Who has been appointed the new secretary of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)?


10. Who has become the India’s first-ever woman wrestler to sign for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)?


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    The simple form of jaundice can be cured rapidly by diet therapy and exercises. Recovery will, however, be slow in serious cases which have been caused by obstruction or pressure in the bile ducts. The patient should rest until the acute symptoms of the disease subside. The patient should be put on a fruit juice fast for a week. The juice of lemon, grapes, pear, carrot, beet, and sugarcane can be taken. A hot enema should be taken daily during the fast to ensure regular bowel elimination, thereby preventing the absorption of decomposed, poisonous material into the blood stream. The fruit juice fast may be discontinued after the severity of the disease is over and a simple diet may be resumed on the following lines:
  • On rising: A glass of warm water mixed with two teaspoons of lime juice.
  • Breakfast: One fresh juicy fruit such as apple, papaya, grapes, berries and mangoes . One cup wheat dalia or one slice of whole wheat bread with a little butter.
  • Mid-morning: Orange juice.
  • Lunch: Two small chapattis of whole wheat flour, a cup of strained vegetable soup, a steamed leafy vegetable such as spinach, fenugreek or carrot and a glass of buttermilk.
  • Mid-afternoon: Orange juice or coconut water.
  • Dinner: Two whole wheat chapattis with a little ghee or butter, baked. Baked potato and one other leafy vegetable like spinach and fenugreek, a glass of hot milk with honey if desired. All fats like ghee, butter, cream and oils must be avoided for at least two weeks, and after that their consumption should be kept down to the minimum. Digestive disturbances must be avoided. No food with a tendency to ferment or putrefy in the lower intestines like pulses, legumes, etc., should be included in the diet.


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