Superconductors are substances which


Options: conduct electricity at low temperature,    offer high resistance to the flow of current,    offer no resistance to the flow of electricity,    conduct electricity at high temperatures

Ans:C,C


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Quartz crystals normally used in quartz clocks etc. is chemically
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'A Secular Agenda' is a book written by
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'Tin Bhiga' lease by India to Bangladesh, was a part of
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Options: directly elected by the people,    indirectly elected,    nominated,    partly elected and partly nominated

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Karoline Mikkelsen was the first woman to
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Plants receive their nutrients mainly from
Options: chlorophyll,    atmosphere,    light,    soil

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India was elected as a President of General Assembly of the United Nations in 1953. Who occupied this office on behalf of India?
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What are the 2 terminals of a diode called?
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The metallurgical process in which a metal is obtained in a fused state is called
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The items amenable to detection by soft x-rays are
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Options: Remodeled Interface System Computer,    Remote Intranet Secured Connection,    Runtime Instruction Set Compiler,    Reduced Instruction Set Computer

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The gas usually filled in the electric bulb is
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When the batsman, in cricket, is out without scoring a single run, is called
Options: drive,    duck,    flight,    googly

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Pollination is best defined as
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Which of the following places is famous for Chikankari work, which is a traditional art of embroidery?
Options: Lucknow,    Hyderabad,    Jaipur,    Mysore

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The percentage of sun's radiation reflected back into space is about
Options: 36 percent,    47 percent,    17 percent,    None of the above

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States earn maximum revenue through
Options: land revenue,    custom revenue,    commercial taxes,    excise duties on intoxicants

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Ans:A,A


The famous Meenakshi temple is located in
Options: Bihar,    Madurai,    Madras,    Trichy

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The pyramidal peaks that form when several cirques chisel a mountain form three more sides are called
Options: horns,    cirques,    aretes,    medial moraines

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Ben Johnson, the well known athlete belongs to which of the following countries?
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Manav Seva Award has been instituted in the memory of
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Human Rights Day is on
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Gravity setting chambers are used in industries to remove
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Options: angiosperms,    gymnosperms,    monocotyledons,    dicotyledons

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Equal masses of oxygen, hydrogen and methane are kept under identical conditions. The ratio of the volumes of gases will be
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Options: 2,    3,    4,    5

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India's first indigenous helicopter was successfully flown in Bangalore on
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Another word for 'Graphics for a word processor'?
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Which of the following is the headquarters of World Trade Organisation (WTO)?
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