(A) National People’s Congress
(B) National Assembly
(C) The National Parliament of China
(D) The House of Democracy’ of China
Answer: National People’s Congress
Question 2: Lactometers (used to determine the purity of a sample of milk) and hydrometers (used to determine the density of liquids) are based on the _______ principle.
(B) Special Relativity
Explanation: Lactometers and Hydrometers work on the principle of Archimedes principle that a solid suspended in a fluid will be buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced
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Question 3: Who was the Guru of Shivaji ?
(C) Ramdas Samarth
(D) Vaman Pandit
Answer: Ramdas Samarth
Explanation: Samarth Ramdas (c. 1608 - c. 1681), also known as Sant (saint) Ramdas or Ramdas Swami or simply Ramdas was an Indian Hindu saint, philosopher, poet, writer and spiritual master.
Question 4: Gautama Buddha or Siddhartha attained knowledge at the Age of .......... at Bodh Gaya.
Explanation: Buddha kept on wandering for about seven years and then attained knowledge at the age of 35 at Bodh Gaya under a pipal tree.
Question 5: When blue litmus was added to an unknown liquid in a test tube, it turned red. What was the liquid?
Explanation: When acid is added to a litmus paper, it turns blue litmus paper to red.
Question 6: Who among the following built a road (Grand Trunk Road)
(A) Sher Shah
(C) Islam Shah
Answer: Sher Shah
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Question 7: Megasthenes, a Greek historian visited India in the reign of _____in the 4th century B.C.
(C) Chandragupta Maurya
Answer: Chandragupta Maurya
Explanation: Megasthenes, a Greek historian visited India in the reign of Chandragupta Maurya in the 4th century B.C.
Source: safaltaMegasthenes was an ancient Greek historian, diplomat and Indian ethnographer and explorer in the Hellenistic period. He described India in his book Indika, which is now lost, but has been partially reconstructed from the writings of the later authors.
Question 8: Who was the founder of Nanda dynasty ?
Question 9: Leukaemia is a cancer of the:
Explanation: Leukaemia is a cancer of the Blood. Leukaemia affects white blood cells and can be classified by the type of white cell affected (myeloid or lymphatic) and by the way the disease progresses (acute or chronic). Acute and chronic do not refer to how serious the disease is but to how rapidly it progresses.
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Question 10: The makers of the Indian constitution took the principle of freedom, equality and fraternity from which constitution ?
(A) French Constitution
(B) Canada’s Constitution
(C) British Constitution
(D) Ireland’s Constitution
Answer: French Constitution
Explanation: The Principle of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity” as an ideal has been borrowed from France to the Indian constitution.