What is the height of Nainital, Uttaranchal above sea level?


Options: 7,500 ft above sea level,    3,500 ft above sea level,    7,168 ft above sea level,    6,400 ft above sea level

Ans:A,A






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Options: Dr. Manmohan Singh,    Farooq Abdullah,    Dinesh singh,    Alam Khan

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Options: northeastern zone,    northwestern zone,    southern zone,    All of the above

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Electric current is measure by
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Oxygen in our blood is transported by a protein named
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Options: April 1995,    April 1957,    April 1958,    April 1959

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Options: Internet Connection Modem Protocol,    Intranet Control Message Program,    Internal Conflict Management Program,    Internet Control Message Protocol

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The ARDC is now a branch of the
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What is the Websites code for the country United Kingdom?
Options: GB,    UK,    EN,    EG

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Options: Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification,    Data Over Cable Security Internet Std,    Data Over Cable Secure International Stds,    Data Over Cable Service Internet Standard

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Who directed the film 'Little Buddha'?
Options: Richard Attenborough,    Bernardo Bertolucci,    Ben Johnson,    Mani Kaul

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Options: Compressed Archive file,    System file,    Audio file,    Backup file

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In the second nationalization of commercial banks, ___ banks were nationalized.
Options: 4,    5,    6,    8

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Which of the following is a military alliance?
Options: NATO,    NAFTA,    EEC,    ASEAN

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When did Sachin Tendulkar make his Test debut?
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The abbreviation URL stands for:
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Options: 1978,    1975,    1972,    1982

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What George Pullman invented?
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Garampani sanctuary is located at
Options: Junagarh, Gujarat,    Diphu, Assam,    Kohima, Nagaland,    Gangtok, Sikkim

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Which day is observed as World Food Day?
Options: September 10,    August 16,    November 4,    October 16

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The budget deficit means
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The inexpensive and commonly used variety of glass is called soda glass. It is called so because
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Two of the great Mughals wrote their own memories. There were
Options: Babar and Humayun,    Humayun and Jahangir,    Babar and Jahangir,    Jahangir and Shahjahan

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