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General Knowledge - Indian Constitution


1. Article 14 of the Indian Constitution speaks about 'Equal Protection of the Law' which means


2. What is the qualifying age for a citizen to contest in the elections to the Panchayats? It is not less than


3. The inter state council headed by the prime minister consists of


4. The doctrine of Pleasure tenure of the 'Civil Servants' has been Incorporated from the Constitution of


5. The Zonal Councils were Provided by



6. Under which Article of Indian Constitution did the President give his assent to the ordinance on electoral reforms when it was sent back to him by the Union Cabinet without making any changes (in the year 2002)?


7. The power to enlarge the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India with respect to any matter included in the Union List of Legislative Power rests with


8. The Nature of Planning commission Can be Rightly Described as:


9. Which one of the following is found under the Indian Constitution?


10. Which of the following authorities can provide for the Grants-in-Aid to the States if it deems necessary?


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    Tehari and Biriani

    Biriani is one of the oldest foods existing within these regions, and has its own food culture that is deeply steeped in history. The rice dish is found all over India and other parts of Asia, and is made slightly differently depending on the location. In Bangladesh, it is often made with mutton or beef, whereas in West Bengal you will find it with potatoes, egg, dal, fish or vegetables, and sometimes chicken. Tehari is a variant of biriani found most commonly in Bangladesh, and is most commonly cooked with beef, onions, cardamom, cloves and bay leaves, creating a very aromatic flavour. To taste some of the best biriani, you must travel to the city of Dhaka and take a rickshaw to Hazir Biriani, which is celebrated throughout the city for its amazing take on this age old dish. Existing for over 70 years and across two generations, you may have to queue for some time but it is well worth the wait.


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