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Indian History GK Questions – Part15

141. The members of the state legislative assemblies are elected for a period of A. 2 years B. 6 years C. 5 years D. 3 years Answer: C. 5 years 142. The office of the prime minister of India A. rests on coronations B. is created by the Parliament C. is created by the constitution


Indian History GK Questions – Part14

131. Which among the following regions was most affected by the Revolution of 1857 ? A. Punjab B. Maharashtra C. Avadh D. Madras Answer: C. Avadh Explanation: The Revolt of 1857: Awadh, one of the main centers of the Revolt, was annexed by Lord Dalhousie, Governor General of India, in 1856. Begum Hazrat Mahal also


Indian History GK Questions – Part13

121. The Objectives Resolution was unanimously adopted by the Constituent Assembly on A. 22nd January 1947 B. 26th November 1946 C. 1st October 1948 D. None of the above Answer: A. 22nd January 1947 122. The preamble declares India as a sovereign state which implies A. India is free to conduct her internal affairs B.


Indian History GK Questions – Part12

111. On which among the following occasions, Bombay was handed over to Britishers by the Portuguese ? A. Freedom of Portuguese from the control of Spain B. Marriage of Charles II with the Portuguese princess Catherine of Braganza C. Crushing of Spanish Armada by British in 1588 D. The Treaty of Madrid in 1630 Answer:


Indian History GK Questions – Part11

101. The preamble to our constitution provided that India is A. a sovereign, socialist and democratic republic B. a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic C. a sovereign republic with a socialist pattern of society D. a socialist, secular and democratic republic Answer: B. a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic 102. The minimum age


Indian History GK Questions – Part10

91. Who among the following established the Bhil Seva Mandal in 1922? A. Narain Malhar Joshi B. Amritlal Vitthaldas Thakkar C. Jyotiba Phule D. Baba Amte Answer: B. Amritlal Vitthaldas Thakkar Explanation: Amritlal Vithaldas Thakkar, popularly known as Thakkar Bapa He was an Indian social worker who worked for upliftment of tribal people in Gujarat


Law Questions and Answers – Part5

41. What does section of IPC 302 stand for? Punishment of murder 42. What does section of IPC 420 stand for? Cheating and dishonesty inducing delivery of property 43. What does section of IPC 268 stand for? Public nuisance 44. What does section of IPC 364 stand for? Kidnapping or abducting in order to murder


Law Questions and Answers – Part4

31. What is murder? It is an unlawful homicide committed with malice aforethought. Death must normally result within a year or day after the cause of death has been administered. 32. What is post-mor-tem examination (autopsy)? It is an examination and dissection of a dead body, especially by a corner, to dicover the cause of


Law Questions and Answers – Part3

21. What is a privilege? A special immunity or exemption conferred on some person or body by virtue office or status 22. Who is Next to kin? The Next to Kin is nearest blood relation 23. What is ‘Res Ipsa Loquitor’? The thing speaks for itself. A phrase used in actions for injury caused by


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