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Time: 2 hours Total Marks: 700
1. Who is the present Chancellor of Germany?
(a) Angela Merkel
(b) Helmut Kohl
(c) Carla Bruni
(d) Nicholas Sarkozy

2. Which district of China was the worst hit by the earthquake of May, 2008?
(a) Beijing
(b) Shanghai
(c) Sichuan
(d) Tangshan

3. Which of the following was/is not a space station programme?
(a) Salyut
(b) Soyuz
(c) ISS
(d) Mir

4. Who is a genealogist?
(a) A person who creates a DNA gene map of individuals
(b) A person who studies the total gene pool of an ecosystem
(c) A person who studies and traces family lineages
(d) A person who locates individuals with IQ in the range of geniuses in a sample population

What is geriatrics?
(a) Branch of science focusing on the study of genes and DNA
(b) Branch of medicine focusing on health care of elderly
(c) Branch of medicine dealing with care of infants and children
(d) Branch of medicine dealing with germs and microbes

6. Who were the recipients of the 2007 Nobel Prize for Peace?
(a) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Al Gore
(b) Muhammad Yunus and Grameen Bank
(c) International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Mohamed ElBaradei
(d) Albert Fert and Peter Grunberg

7. What was the codename of the second nuclear weapon used by the United States of America against Japan in the Second World War?
(a) Fat Man
(b) Manhattan
(c) McDonald
(d) Trinity

8. Who is credited with the depiction of ‘The Common Man’ through his cartoon strips?
(a) R. K. Narayan
(b) K. R. Narayanan
(c) R. K. Laxman
(d) Pran

9. Which of the following is not a carnivorous plant?
(a) Venus Flytrap
(b) Pitcher Plant
(c) Sundew
(d) Poison Ivy

10. Which of the following is a standard infantry rifle of the Indian Armed Forces?
(a) FN-FAL
(b) AK-47
(d) Sten Gun

11. Becquerel is a unit of –
(a) Sound/loudness
(b) Radioactivity
(c) Pressure
(d) Humidity

12. Which was the first country to abolish capital punishment?
(a) United States of America
(b) Australia
(c) Venezuela
(d) Netherlands

13. Which of the following is associated with what is considered as one of the most devastating oil spill in terms of damage caused to the environment?
(a) Exxon Valdez
(b) Three Mile Island
(c) 1991 Gulf War
(d) Easter Island

14. What is a ‘Plug-in Hybrid Electrical Vehicle’?
(a) An automobile running on hydrogen fuel
(b) An automobile running on batteries and solar cells
(c) An automobile running alternately on batteries and gasoline engine, as required
(d) An automobile running on rails with overhead electric lines

15. Who is the author of the book “A Brief History of Time’?
(a) Bill Bryson
(b) Stephen Hawking
(c) Douglas Adams
(d) Issac Assimov

16. Which one of the following expressions is correct?
(a) The scenes of Kashmir are charming
(b) The sceneries of Kashmir are charming
(c) The scenery of Kashmir is charming
(d) The scene of Kashmir is charming

17. Which one of the following is a fundamental duty of citizens?
(a) to sing National Anthem
(b) to pay equal wages to men and women
(c) guardians to provide for education to children between 6 and 14 years of age
(d) to organize village panchayats

Which one of the following does not relate to a company –
(a) articles of association
(b) prospectus
(c) dissolution
(d) winding up

19. Which one of the following does not relate to environmental protection –
(a) Public Liability Insurance
(b) National Environment Appellate Authority
(c) National Environment Tribunal
(d) National Highway Authority

20. The adult suffrage has been provided under –
(a) Constitution of India
(b) Representation of Peoples Act
(c) Right to Information Act
(d) Indian Majority Act

21. I can say this ———– his face.
(a) on
(b) upon
(c) over
(d) to

22. ————-M.B.B.S. doctor is qualified to practise medicine.
(a) A
(b) The
(c) An
(d) Every

23. Nothing can be achieved without——————– a certain.
(a) Getting
(b) sacrificing
(c) enduring
(d) imbibing

24. He is so ——————of his own intelligence that he will not entertain any
suggestion from others
(a) hopeful
(b) enchanted
(c) jealous
(d) enamoured

25. He was about to move his bike into the compound of his apartment when a passersby ————————down the motorbike.
(a) Forced
(b) fell
(c) knocked
(d) climbed

26. The security of the minister has been——————– up following an attack at a public meeting.
(a) speeded
(b) bloated
(c) steered
(d) beefed

27. Find out the correct spelling –
(a) jewelery
(b) jewellry
(c) jwellery
(d) jewellery

28. Find out the correct spelling –
(a) prevalant
(b) pravalent
(c) prevelant
(d) prevalent

29. Poets often write in a ————– mood.
(a) disgusting
(b) critical
(c) sensible
(d) reflective

30. Your remark is wide ————-the mark.
(a) off
(b) of
(c) around
(d) upon

31. A “pandora’s box” is so called because –
(a) it belonged to the Pandavas
(b) it is made at Pandara road
(c) it contains undergarments
(d) it contains all the gifts\

Which one of the following expressions is correct?
(a) One of the boy are absent
(b) One of the boys is absent
(c) One of the boys are absent
(d) One of the boys is absent

33. Who is the present Chairperson of the Planning Commission?
(a) Amartya Sen
(b) Montek Singh Ahluwalia
(c) Sonia Gandhi
(d) Manmohan Singh

34. What is an anagram?
(a) The result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase
(b) A geometrical shape with ‘n’ number of sides
(c) A telegraph transmitted via analogous mode
(d) A technique for constructing holograms

35. Who is the author of the books “Three Men in a Boat” and “Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow”?
(a) Jerome K. Jerome
(b) Ruskin Bond
(c) Rudyard Kipling
(d) O. Henry

36. Who created the popular fictional character, Jeeves?
(a) P G. Wodehouse
(b) Jerome K. Jerome
(c) The creators of
(d) Charles Dickens

37. What is the number of States in the Union of India?
(a) 28
(b) 32
(c) 26
(d) 27

38. The Tarapur Atomic Power Station was established under an Agreement with:
(a) Britain
(b) Soviet Union
(c) United States of America
(d) Canada

Metals that can be easily beaten into sheets are known as:
(a) Beatable
(b) Malleable
(c) Polymers
(d) Ductile

40. Why does a freshly cut apple change color after some time?
(a) Due to growth of sugar degrading bacteria in the apple
(b) Due to bacterial defense mechanism of the exposed fruit tissue
(c) Due to oxidation reaction
(d) All of the above

41. Who is the Prime Minister of Pakistan following the 2008 general elections?
(a) Asif Zardari
(b) Nawaz Sharif
(c) Yousaf Raza Gillani
(d) Altaf Hussain

42. Who is the present Chief of Naval Staff of India?
(a) Admiral Vishnu Bhagwat
(b) Admiral S.M. Nanda
(c) Admiral Sureesh Mehta
(d) Admiral Vijai Singh Shekhawat.

43. What is the meaning of the phrase ‘ubi jus ibi remedium’?
(a) Justice for all is the remedy of social evils
(b) Where there is a right, there is a remedy
(c) Complete justice requires speedy remedy
(d) Justice must not only be done but seem to be done

44. Which one of the following pairs of military honors is matched incorrectly:
(a) Param Vir Chakra: India
(b) Victoria Cross: Britain
(c) Medal of Honor: United States of America
(d) Legion of Honor: Germany

45. Which of the following is not associated with the American Revolution for independence?
(a) No taxation without representation
(b) Boston Massacre
(c) Battle of Gettysburg
(d) Battle of Lexington and Concord

46. Who is the author of the short story “The Last Leaf’?
(a) O. Henry
(b) Agatha Christie
(c) Ruskin Bond
(d) Jeffery Archer

47. Who is the present United States Secretary of State?
(a) Colin Powell
(b) Condoleezza Rice
(c) Hillary Clinton
(d) Dick Cheney

48. Which of the following statements regarding ISRO’s April 2008 rocket launch is incorrect?
(a) The launch was carried out using PSLV-C9 rocket
(b) The rocket carried 10 satellites at the same time
(c) The rocket was launched from Andaman and Nicobar islands
(d) The rocket carried Indian as well as international satellites

49. Each of the following personalities were victims of assassination except one. Mark the one.
(a) Indira Gandhi
(b) John F. Kennedy
(c) Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
(d) Abraham Lincoln

50. Which is the current Five-year Plan for India?
(a) Twelfth Five-year Plan
(b) Tenth Five-year Plan
(c) Eleventh Five-year Plan
(d) Eighth Five-year Plan

51. Which one of the following statements concerning the Rajya Sabha is incorrect?
(a) The Vice President of India is its ex-officio Chairman
(b) Sh. Somnath Chatterjee is its present Speaker
(c) Sh. Mohammad Hamid Ansari is its present Chairman
(d) Under certain circumstances, the Chairman is not allowed to preside over the proceedings even if he is present

52. In whose presence does the President of India subscribe to the oath of affirmation?
(a) The Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army
(b) The Chief of Staffs of all the three services
(c) The Speaker of Lok Sabha
(d) The Chief Justice of India

53. You purchased a mobile phone handset which stopped working in its guarantee period. The mobile handset manufacturer is refusing to repair or replace the same. What would you do to get justice quickly?
(a) Approach the civil court with a suit for declaration
(b) File a writ petition before the Delhi High Court
(c) Approach the consumer disputes redressal forum
(d) Make a complaint of cheating before the local police station

54. PRINCIPLE: No person shall be prosecuted and punished for the same offence twice.
FACTUAL SITUATION: ‘A’, a kleptomaniac, was an acquaintance of ‘B’ and used to visit ‘B’s’ home on weekends. One day, ‘B’ was unable to find his watch after a visit from ‘A’. Ultimately, ‘B’ informed the police about the missing watch and the persons who had been to his room. The police, among others, made a search on person of ‘A’ and found the watch in his pocket. At his trial, the Court found him guilty of theft and sentenced him to 3 months in prison. After completing his sentence, ‘A’ went to ‘B’s’ home to apologize for his conduct. After ‘A’ left, it was discovered that ‘B’s’ watch was missing. ‘A’ informed the police who located the watch from ‘A’s’ home. Can ‘A’ be prosecuted for theft?
(a) No, he has already been prosecuted and punished for theft and cannot be punished for the same again.
(b) No, he is a kleptomaniac with a psychological disorder of stealing and therefore cannot be found guilty.
(c) Yes, he can be prosecuted because he has committed two separate acts of theft
(d) Yes, he can be prosecuted because the recovery of the stolen goods in each case has been from separate places.

55. PRINCIPLE: Nothing is an offence which is done by a person who, at the time of doing it, is, by reason of intoxication, incapable of knowing the nature of the act, or that he is doing what is either wrong, or contrary to law: provided that the thing which intoxicated him was administered to him without his knowledge or against his will.
FACTUAL SITUATION: ‘A’ was having a get together with his old friends and on his friends suggestions, he consumed some alcohol. On his way back to home at home at night, ‘A’ heard some footsteps and turning back, he imagined he saw a figure moving towards him with a spear. In fact, it was only a man, ‘B’ with an umbrella who was telling ‘A’ to walk carefully since ‘A’ appeared to be unsteady. However, ‘A’ proceeded to attack ‘B’ with an iron rod leading to grave injuries to ‘B’. Is ‘A’ guilty of causing grevious hurt to ‘B’?
(a) No, ‘A’ is not guilty because in his intoxicated state, the umbrella appeared a spear to him and he exercised his right of private defence.
(b) No, ‘A’ is not guilty because ‘B’ could have attacked ‘A’ with his umbrella.
(c) No, ‘A’ is not guilty because he was intoxicated on the suggestions of his friends and was incapable of knowing that he was savagely attacking a man who was carrying only an umbrella.
(d) Yes, ‘A’ is guilty because he got intoxicated voluntarily and under the effect of this voluntary intoxication, he attacked and caused grievous injuries to ‘B’ who posed no threat to him in fact.

56. PRINCIPLE: Nothing is an offence which is done in the exercise of the right of private defence. Every person has a right to defend his property against any act of theft, robbery, mischief or criminal trespass. This right of private defence of property extends to causing of death of the wrong-doer, if the person exercising the right apprehends that death or grievous hurt shall be the consequence is such right of private defence is not exercised.
FACTUAL SITUATION: ‘A’s cattle was being regularly stolen and ‘A’ was unable to apprehend the thief. One night, ‘A’ finally manages to catch ‘B’ untying his cow from the cowshed under the cover of darkness. ‘A’ slowly crept up to ‘B’ and slashed his neck with a sickle leading to the death of ‘B’. Is ‘A’ guilty of the offence of culpable homicide.
(a) No, ‘A’ was only exercising his right of private defence of property.
(b) No, ‘B’s’ continued stealing of his cattle would have rendered his business inoperable.
(c) Yes, ‘A’ had no reasonable apprehension that ‘A’ could suffer any grievous hurt if he did not kill ‘B’.
(d) Yes, ‘A’ should have first challenged ‘B’ to surrender before taking any steps to cause ‘B’s’ death.

57. Which of the following is not associated with the phenomena of Bioluminescence?
(a) Jack O’Lantern mushroom
(b) Gulper eel
(c) Collosal Squid
(d) Rattle snake

58. Who was the first space tourist?
(a) Dennis Tito
(b) Josip Broz Tito
(c) Yuri Gagarin
(d) Gregory Olsen

59. Which one of the following is not established under the constitutional provisions
(a) Finance Commission
(b) Inter-state Council
(c) Planning Commission
(d) Scheduled Caste Commission

60. Who is the Chairman of the 13th Finance Commission?
(a) Vijay Kelkar
(b) K. C. Pant
(c) C. Rangarajan.
(d) N.K.P. Salve

61. Bay of Pigs is associated with:
(a) The invasion of Cuba by United States of America marines
(b) The invasion of Falklands by Argentina
(c) The invasion of Kuwait by Iraq
(d) The invasion of Cuba by Cuban exiles

62. Who was known as the ‘Desert Fox’?
(a) Adolf Hitler
(b) Manfred von Richthofen
(c) Erwin Rommel
(d) George S. Patton

63. The ‘eco-mark’ is given to
(a) high quality products
(b) environmental friendly products
(c) electrical appliances with BIS mark
(d) high quality products which are cheap

64. Which of the following is not in the nature of a writ issued by the Constitutional courts of India?
(a) Mandamus
(b) Habeas Corpus
(c) Rule Nisi
(d) Certiorari

65. Who was the king of France at the time of French Revolution?
(a) Louis XVI
(b) Louis XIV
(c) Napoleon Bonaparte
(d) George II

66. Under which Article of the Constitution of India is the law laid down by Supreme Court binding on all courts?
(a) Article 32
(b) Article 141
(c) Article 226
(d) Article 124

67. Which country recently planted a flag on the sea floor at North Pole?
(a) United States of America
(b) France
(c) Russia
(d) Australia

68. Which of the following is an easily digestible source of protein?
(a) Egg albumin.
(b) Soybean
(c) Fish.
(d) Red meat

69. Which countries entered into the Panchsheel series of Agreements?
(a) China, Soviet Union and India
(b) China and India
(c) United States of America and India
(d) Russia and India

70. What was the Liberhan Commission of Inquiry constituted for?
(a) To conduct an inquiry of the riots against the Sikh community in 1984
(b) To conduct an inquiry into the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992
(c) To conduct an inquiry of the Godhra riots of 2002
(d) To conduct an inquiry of the Mumbai riots of 1992-93

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71. Which organization of the United Nations has child welfare as its primary goal?
(c) ILO
(d) General Assembly

72. Which chemical is responsible for the characteristic odor of garlic?
(a) Sulfur
(b) Chlorine
(c) Phosphorus
(d) Hydrogen Sulfide

73. In which year was the Suez Canal opened for navigation?
(a) 1888
(b) 1882
(c) 1936
(d) 1869

74. What is the water channel separating India from Sri Lanka known as?
(a) Gulf of Mannar
(b) Palk Strait
(c) Adam’s Channel
(d) Ram Setu

75. Which of the following is not a member of ASEAN?
(a) Vietnam
(b) Thailand
(c) Myanmar
(d) India

76. Which of the following countries do not fall within the collective expression, ”Scandinavian Countries?
(a) Norway
(b) Iceland
(c) Sweden
(d) Switzerland

77. Which of the following laws do not entitle a parent to maintenance:
(a) Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
(b) Guardians and Wards Act, 1890
(c) Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007
(d) All of them contain provisions for payment of maintenance to a parent

78. In what context was the term “judicial overreach” used recently?
(a) The powers of Judiciary to bring to justice even the citizens of India outside India, for instance through the extra territorial operation of the Indian Penal Code
(b) The jurisdiction of Judiciary on MNCs, as seen in the Bhopal gas leak case where the subsidiary of a company incorporated in the United States had to submit to the jurisdiction of courts in India
(c) The High Court in a state of the union hearing a matter falling in the territorial jurisdiction of another state’s High Court
(d) The expanding realm of public interest litigation and judicial activism in India

79. Who is the present Chairman of the Law Commission of India?
(a) Justice A.R.Lakshmanan
(b) Justice B. P. Jeevan Reddy
(c) Justice K. G. Balakrishnan
(d) Justice A.S. Anand

80. Which of the following judgments highlighted in the media was not delivered in the year 2007?
(a) Judgment of a Delhi court in ‘Uphaar Fire’ case
(b) Judgment of the Delhi High Court in ‘Priyadarshini Mattoo’ case
(c) The judgment of a designated TADA court in 1993 Mumbai blasts case
(d) Judgment of the Supreme Court of India upholding 27% quota for OBC candidates in educational institutions

81. Up to what age does a judge of the Supreme Court of India hold office?
(a) 60
(b) 62
(c) 65
(d) 67

82. Which of the following statements about Right to Information Act is not true?
(a) It was enacted to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority
(b) It protects the information available to a person in his fiduciary relationship
(c) It repealed the Official Secrets Act, 1923
(d) It puts every public authority under an obligation to appoint Public Information Officer

83. Who is known as the framer of the Indian Penal Code, 1872?
(a) Lord Hastings
(b) Lord Denning
(c) Lord Macaulay
(d) Lord Wilberforce

84. Who among the following judges gave a dissenting opinion in the case of ADM Jabalpur vs. Shukla also known as the Habeas Corpus case?
(a) Justice P.N. Bhagwati
(b) Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer
(c) Justice H.R. Khanna
(d) Justice A.N. Sen

85. Which of the following is not associated with the Constitution (Thirty-Ninth Amendment Act)?
(a) It placed the Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973 under the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution of India
(b) It ousted the jurisdiction of any court to decide a question on the validity of election of a person as President of India
(c) It amended Article 217 of the Constitution of India
(d) It was enacted in the year 1975

86. A provision in a statute pertaining to medical institutions in India was struck down by the Supreme Court of India in the year 2008 as being ultra vires the Constitution of India. Which of the following statutes contained that provision?
(a) All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act
(b) Lady Hardinge Medical College and Hospital (Acquisition and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act
(c) Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, Act
(d) Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum Act

87. Who was appointed by the NDA government as the Chairperson of the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution of India?
(a) Justice Y.K. Sabharwal
(b) Justice Rangnath Mishra
(c) Justice M.N. Venkatachaliah
(d) Justice A.R.Lakshmanan

88. Which country won Davis Cup in December, 2007
(a) United Sates of America
(b) Germany
(c) Russia
(d) United Kingdom

89. In which town was Rajiv Gandhi assassinated?
(a) Sriharikota
(b) Sriperumbudur
(c) Thiruanantpuram
(d) Chembur

90. Who among the following was not in the top 10 of the Forbes 2007 list of 100 Most Powerful Women?
(a) Smt. Sonia Gandhi
(b) Indra K. Nooyi
(c) Condoleezza Rice
(d) Hillary Rodham Clinton

91. What is the number of cervical vertebrae in humans?
(a) 24
(b) 7
(c) 5
(d) 12

92. Which place in China is associated with a series of pro-democractic protests in 1989?
(a) Red Square
(b) Tiananmen Square
(c) Shanghai People’s Square
(d) Trafalgar Square

93. Which dynasty did Razia Sultan belong to?
(a) Khilji Dynasty
(b) Slave Dynasty
(c) Tughlak Dynasty
(d) Lodi Dynasty

With which country does India share the longest border?
(a) Bangladesh
(b) China
(c) Pakistan
(d) Nepal

95. In which police station was the FIR relating to the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi registered?
(a) Parliament Street Police Station
(b) Daryaganj Police Station
(c) Tuglaq Road Police Station
(d) None of the above

96. What is the maximum strength of members of the House of the People chosen by direct election under the Constitution of India?
(a) 530
(b) 550
(c) 552
(d) 540

97. Which of the following is an Open-Source computer operating system?
(a) MAC OS-X
(b) Windows 98
(c) Linux
(d) Symbian OS

98. The principle of ‘collective responsibility’ means –
(a) all citizens must collectively elect their representatives
(b) all members of the union council of ministers are collectively responsible to the House of the People
(c) all Ministers are accountable to the Parliament
(d) all ministers hold office at the pleasure of the Prime Minister.

99. Who is the author of the book “Autobiography of an Unknown Indian”
(a) V.S. Naipaul
(b) Barbara Tuchman
(c) Nirad C. Chaudhari
(d) Kuldeep Nayyar

100. Who is the author of the book “A Judge’s Miscellany”?
(a) Justice H.R. Khanna
(b) Justice M. Hidayatullah
(c) Justice Dalveer Bhandari
(d) Lord M.R. Dennings

101. Who was the judge who held that fundamental rights were not amendable?
(a) Justice P.N. Bhagwati
(b) Justice O. Chinnappa Reddy
(c) Justice K.K. Mathew
(d) Justice K. Subba Rao

102. Under which law a minor is incapable of entering into contract?
(a) Indian Contract Act, 1872
(b) Majority Act, 1875
(c) Guardians and Wards Act, 1890
(d) Contract Labour ((Regulation and Abolition) Act, 1970

103. The prohibition against employment of children below 14 years of age has been provided –
(a) as a fundamental right against exploitation in the Constitution
(b) as a right to equality
(c) as a directive principle of state policy
(d) as a duty on the parents and guardians

104. How many fundamental rights have been guaranteed under the Constitution of India?
(a) 5
(b) 6
(c) 7
(d) 8

105. Who has power to decide disputes pertaining to disqualification of a member of Parliament?
(a) Speaker of Lok Sabha
(b) President of India
(c) Chairman of Rajya Sabha
(d) President of India on the advice of Election Commission

106. The Raghvan Committee relates to –
(a) students’ union elections
(b) ragging in educational institutions
(c) reservations for OBC in educational institutions
(d) sexual harassment at workplace

107. D.K. Basu v. State of West Bengal deals with –
(a) safeguards for arrested persons
(b) safeguards against sexual exploitation
(c) safeguards for children
(d) safeguards for unorganized workers

108. In which landmark judgment did the Supreme Court of India lay down guidelines against sexual harassment of women at workplace?
(a) Nilabati Behera vs. State of Orissa
(b) Vishakha vs. State of Rajasthan
(c) Maneka Gandhi vs. Union of India.
(d) Hussainara Khatoon vs. State of Bihar

To whom does the slogan “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan” relate?
(a) Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri
(b) Shri Morarji Desai
(c) Smt. Indira Gandhi
(d) Shri Atal Behari Bajpayee

110. Which Mughal Emperor prohibited the use of tobacco?
(a) Babur
(b) Akbar
(c) Jahangir
(d) Shahjahan

111. The trade practice known as “minimum resale price maintenance” is prohibited by –
(a) Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969
(b) Competition Act, 2002
(c) Consumer Protection Act, 1986
(d) Multi-State Co-operative Societies Act, 2002

112. What is the official Chinese news agency known as?
(b) AFP
(c) Xinhua
(d) Hu-Gin Group

113. The workers’ petitions and protests ————- a change in management policies
(a) affected
(b) effected
(c) lead
(d) altered

114. The private detective deliberately chose————- clothes.
(a) decrepit
(b) nondescript
(c) flashy
(d) derisive

115. The ship managed to survive the nasty weather by casting its goods overboard, but this will pose a nuisance to the residents on the shore.
(a) traffic
(b) jetsam
(c) flotsam
(d) noise

116. The police investigator tried hard to ——————some response from the criminal but the criminal refused to divulge any information of his ———-operation.
(a) elicit, illicit
(b) illicit, elicit
(c) illicit, illegitimate
(d) get, elicit

117. The Minister’s speech made———— to the unpublished report.
(a) illusions
(b) allusions
(c) delusions
(d) perusals

118. Which is the following is not a synonym to the word ‘Parochial’?
(a) Provincial
(b) Insular
(c) Limited
(d) Preferable

119. Which is the following is not a synonym to the word ‘Parsimonious’?
(a) Penurious
(b) Miserly
(c) Acrimonious
(d) Niggard

120. A drives 30 km south. Then he turns right and drives another 30 km. Turning left from here, he drives 20 km. Finally turning left, he drives 30km. How far is A from his starting position?
(a) 30 km
(b) 20 km
(c) 80 km
(d) None of these.

121. A is more hard working than B but he is not as hard working as C. D is less hard working than C but more hard working than A. If C is the most hard working individual, who is the least hard working of them?
(a) B
(b) A
(c) C
(d) D

122. In the question below are given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III, and IV. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements.: A. All statutes of legislature are law of the land. B. Judge made law is laid down by the Courts.
Conclusions: I. Constitution is a statute. II. Both statutes and judge made law form the law of the land. III. Courts make statutes. IV. Judge made law is superior to statutes.
(a) Both I and IV follow.
(b) Only IV follows.
(c) Only II follows.
(d) None follows.

123. The US-EU Safe Harbor Arragement refers to:
(a) Mutual guarantees for safety and security to the ships of one country at the ports of the other country
(b) An understanding that EU shall extradite criminals wanted in the US
(c) An method for US companies to adhere to the privacy principles of the EU laws
(d) None of the above

124. Which of the following is the oldest High Court in India?
(a) High Court of Madras
(b) High Court of Calcutta
(c) High Court of Delhi
(d) High Court of Allahabad

125. The controversy regarding grant of patent in respect of Basmati rice and Neem to United States based firms is an example of what may be termed as:
(a) Infringement of a patent
(b) Trademark violation
(c) Bio-piracy
(d) Passing off

126. Which was the first space shuttle to make a successful flight after the Columbia disaster?
(a) Endeavor
(b) Discovery
(c) Titan V
(d) Mars Rover

127. The inscriptions of Asoka haven been found in the following languages:
(a) Magadhi, Sanskrit and Greek
(b) Magadhi
(c) Magadhi, Sanskrit, Greek and Aramaic.
(d) Magadhi and Greek

128. Which of the following was the first to acquire a Superjumbo, Airbus A380?
(a) Luftwaffe
(b) Lufthansa
(c) Singapore Airlines
(d) British Airways

129. Who among the following is the present President of the African National Congress?
(a) Thabo Mbeki
(b) Ban ki Moon
(c) Nelson Mandela
(d) Jacob Zuma

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130. The Archaeological Survey of India functions under the:
(a) Ministry of Culture
(b) Department of Science and Technology
(c) Ministry of Tourism
(d) Ministry of Human Resource Development

131. Which blood group is also known as the universal donor type?
(a) Positive
(b) AB Positive
(c) Negative
(d) AB Negative

Who is the Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation?
(a) E. Sreedharan
(b) S. Sreesanth
(c) Kalyan C. Jena
(d) Sushma Chawla

133. What does ‘time travel paradox’ in popular fiction refer to?
(a) Time travel may be possible through black holes, but the gravitational force of black holes is so strong that it does not allow even light to escape
(b) An individual may go back in time and act in such a way as to change the course of the future
(c) Time travel requires traveling faster than the speed of light, which is impossible under the classical laws of physics
(d) Time travel may be possible through black holes, but the human body is incapable of taking the gravitational stress of a passage through a black hole, making time travel practically impossible

134. Which was the first new sovereign state of the twenty first century?
(a) Yugoslavia
(b) Belarus
(c) East Timor
(d) Tibet

135. On which organism did Thomas Morgan conduct his experiments, leading to the award of 1933 Nobel Prize in medicine for identifying chromosomes?
(a) Pea plant
(b) Earthworm
(c) Fruit fly
(d) Bacteria

136. When was the Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi established?
(a) 1915
(b) 1962
(c) 1950
(d) 1924

137. Which is the highest peak of the Alps range?
(a) Mont Blanc
(b) Monte Rosa
(c) Monte Carlo
(d) Piz Bernina

138. Which of the following organizations was instrumental in bringing numerous copyright infringement lawsuits against individuals in the United States of America, for sharing music online?
(a) Federal Bureau of Investigation
(b) Hollywood Actors Association
(c) Recording Industry Association of America
(d) Musicians Pan America Association

139. Which of the following is not a fundamental right?
(a) Right to property
(b) Right to information
(c) Right to life and liberty
(d) Both (a) and (b)

140. Where was the 13th ASEAN Summit held?
(a) Bali
(b) New Delhi
(c) Singapore
(d) Bangkok

141. Who was the Vice Chancellor of the University of Delhi when India attained independence?
(a) V. K. R. V. Rao
(b) B. N. Ganguli
(c) Maurice Gwyer
(d) Hari Singh Gaur

142. Which is the largest moon of Neptune?
(a) Nereid
(b) Triton
(c) Trinitron
(d) Proteus

Which ancient Roman city was destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius?
(a) Paestum
(b) Pompeii
(c) Helike
(d) Teotihuacan

144. Which of the following bodies is entrusted with the statutory duty of laying down the standards of professional conduct and etiquette for advocates in India?
(a) Bar Association of India
(b) Bar Council of India
(c) Advocates Association of India
(d) Bar Advocates Council of India

The President of India is elected by –
(a) members of Parliament
(b) elected members of Parliament
(c) elected members of both Houses of Parliament and state legislatures
(d) elected members of both Houses of Parliament and elected members of the Legislative Assemblies of the states

146. “Rule of Law” means –
(a) all persons are equal in the eyes of law
(b) treating all unequally as equals
(c) working according to law
(d) distributing state largesse to everyone in equal proportion

147. Point out the member of Parliament who was held disqualified to remain as
member for having held an office of profit –
(a) Amitabh Bachchan
(b) Amar Singh
(c) Jaya Bchchan
(d) Jaya Prada

148. Which University has been ranked 254th in “Top 500 World University Rankings for the year 2007?
(a) Bombay University
(b) Shantiniketan
(c) University of Delhi
(d) Calcutta University

149. Which one of the statements is correct?
(a) The Constitution of India contains a directive principle about uniform civil code
(b) The Constitution of India imposes a duty on every citizen to support uniform civil code
(c) The Constitution of India contains a fundamental right assuring the citizens that the state shall bring about uniform civil code
(d) None of the above statements is correct.

150. The marriage of a 15 year old girl with a 45 year old man is –
(a) valid
(b) invalid
(c) voidable at the option of the girl
(d) voidable at the will of the man

The nature of winter rainfall in north-western India is –
(a) orographic
(b) cyclonic
(c) monsoonal
(d) convectional

152. World Earth Day is celebrated on –
(a) ’14th February
(b) ’11th May
(c) 11th July
(d) 22nd April

153. The Mediterranean type climate is characterized by –
(a) hot summers and wet winters
(b) Warm winters and cold summers
(c) Rains throughout the year
(d) Wet summers and dry winter

154. Which one of the following is not relevant for determining the climate of a place?
(a) construction of pucca houses
(b) nature of the soil
(c) forests
(d) distance from equator

155. The shape of earth is –
(a) a circular disc
(b) a sphere
(c) a tetrahedron
(d) an oblate spheroid

156. At the equator, the duration of the day is –
(a) 16 hours
(b) 14 hours
(c) 12 hours
(d) 10 hours

157. Find out incorrect pair –
(a) cataract – eyes
(b) jaundice – liver
(c) pheumonia – lungs
(d) pyorrhea – bones

Which one of the following is not a symptom of heart attack?
(a) nausea and sweating
(b) numbness and aching
(c) squeezy feeling in chest
(d) pain in legs

159. 11th May is celebrated as –
(a) Electronics Day
(b) Technology Day
(c) Invention Day
(d) Environment Day

160. A consumer cannot file a complaint before the consumer disputes redressal forum after the expiry of ——-from the date when the cause of action arose –
(a) one year
(b) two years
(c) three years
(d) four years

161. A gas engine was invented by –
(a) Daimler
(b) Davy
(c) Diesel
(d) Charles

162. The safety fuse wire used in domestic electrical appliances is made of metal of low –
(a) resistance
(b) melting point
(c) specific gravity
(d) none of the above

163. Chemically, dry ice is –
(a) ice kept at sub-zero temperatures
(b) ice formed from pure distilled water
(c) solid carbon dioxide
(d) solid sulphur dioxide

164. Which one of the following is not the principal organ of the United Nations?
(a) World Health Organisation
(b) Trusteeship Council
(c) Security Council
(d) General Assembly

165. The resolution against international terrorism was passed by the United Nations subsequent to terror attack on WTC and Pentagon in –
(a) October 2001
(b) September 2001
(c) December 2001
(d) January 2002

The major tribal group in Bihar consists of –
(a) Todas
(b) Bhils
(c) Santhals
(d) None of the above

India’s first batsman to score double century in five test matches is –
(a) Kapil Dev
(b) Sunil Gavaskar
(c) Sachin Tendulkar
(d) Rahul Dravid

168. The first woman Chief Minister of a state –
(a) Mayawati
(b) Jayalalita
(c) Sucheta Kriplani
(d) Sarojini Naidu

The National Institute of Oceanography is located in –
(a) Andhra Pradesh
(b) Tamil Nadu
(c) Kolkata
(d) Goa

170. Which one of the following statements is incorrect?
(a) The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) is appointed as per the Constitution of India.
(b) The CAG is appointed by the President of India.
(c) The CAG advises the President of India as to the form in which accounts of the Union and states are to be kept.
(d) The CAG submits a report to the Parliament.

The system of diarchy, decentralization and bicameral legislature was introduced in India by –
(a) Government of India Act, 1919
(b) Government of India Act, 1935
(c) Indian Councils Act, 1909
(d) Constitution of India, 1950

172. When Shri Atal Behari Bajpayee became Prime Minister for the first time, the President of India was –
(a) R. Venkatraman
(b) S.D. Sharma
(c) K.R. Narayanan
(d) A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

173. Who was the leader of Gadar Party?
(a) Bhagat Singh
(b) Lala Haydayal
(c) Balgangadhar Tilak
(d) Abul Kalaam Azad

174. Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya was the founder of –
(a) Banaras Hindu University
(b) Delhi University
(c) Kashi Vidyapeeth
(d) Allahabad University

175. Point out the wrong match -The Bhakti Movement in the Middle Ages in India was started by –
(a) Tukaram – in Punjab
(b) Kabir – in U.P.
(c) Jaidev – Rajasthan
(d) Chaitanya – in Bengal

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