When was Prophet Mohamed, the founder of Islam, born?


Options: 420 AD,    570 AD,    868 AD,    1138 AD

Ans:B,B






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Options: Limit of overs was reduced to 50 overs,    The rule of field restriction was taken.,    Over throw runs were batsman's score,    No-balls & wides were debited to bowlers analysis

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Options: 5.0 to 6.2,    6.0 to 7.2,    7.0 to 8.2,    4.0 to 5.2

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Options: 2000,    2001,    2002,    2003

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Options: international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons, Juan Manuel Santos

Ans: international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons,A


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Options: Guruji,    Man of Peace,    Punjab Kesari,    Mahamana

Ans:B,B


What did cardiologist Dr. Paul Zoll invent in Massachusetts in 1952?
Options: EKG,    Artificial heart valve,    Artificial heart,    Pacemaker

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Options: vegetation,    topography,    climate,    None of the above

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Options: 336 BC,    375 BC,    279 BC,    264 BC

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Options: 1200 m,    0.33 km,    3.33 km,    33 km

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Valmiki National Park
Options: Karnataka,Kerala,Bihar,MadhyaPradesh

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The mass number of a nucleus is
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When was Prophet Mohamed, the founder of Islam, born?
Options: 420 AD,    570 AD,    868 AD,    1138 AD

Ans:B,B


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Options: 1965,    1961,    1963,    1957

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Options: SOx,    NOx,    suspended particulate matter,    CO

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Options: 1908 at London,    1980 at Moscow,    1936 at Berlin,    1924 at Paris

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Options: Piyush Chawla,    Gautam Gambhir,    Irfan Pathan,    Suresh Raina

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Options: Peripheral,    Clip art,    Highlight,    Execute

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Options: Chalukyas,    Cholas,    Pallavas,    Satavahanas

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