How many fours had Yograj Singh hit throughout his Test career?


Options: 10,    9,    4,    1

Ans:D,D


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Ans:D,D


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Options: eons,    epochs,    stages,    Any of the above

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Options: Two,    Three,    Four,    Eight

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Ans:C,C


In which of the following sequences the change in quantity of money leads to change in price level in the Keynesian models?
Options: Change in quantity of money - change in investment - change in employment and output - change in rate of interest - change in price level,    Change in quantity of money - change in employment and output - change in investment - change in the rate of interest - change in price level,    Change in quantity of money - change in investment - change in rate of interest - change in employment and output - change in price level,    Change in quantity of money - change in rate of interest - change in investment - change in employment and output - change in price level

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Options: Border,    Boland,    Griqualand West,    Gauteng

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When did 19 NATO members and 11 'Partners for Peace' join hands for peace plan for Kosovo Crisis?
Options: 1999,    1989,    1979,    1969

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