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Today’s 10 questions from 1989 GS-1 Prelims Paper [Questions 01-10]
Q1. The original name of Mahabharata was
(a) Brihit Katha
(b) Sahastra Samhita
(c) Jaya Samhita
Q2. Which of the following States lies partly to the north of the Himalayas ?
(a) Himachal Pradesh
(b) Arunachal Pradesh
(c) Jammu & Kashmir
Q3. There are more anti-bacterial drugs than anti-viral drugs because
(a) Bacterial diseases are intra-cellular.
(b) Viral diseases are intra-cellular.
(c) Virus are smaller than bacteria.
(d) Drugs can penetrate bacteria more effectively
Q4. Ina political party of 36 members, the minimum number of members needed to split for disqualifying the original political party as per Anti-Defection Law should be
Q5. A boat filled with some stones is floating in water. If the stones are dropped into the water, the level of the water will
(c) Remain the same
(d) Insufficient data to predict
Q6. Total internal reflection occurs when light travels from
(a) A rarer medium to a denser medium.
(b) A denser medium to a rarer medium.
(c) A rarer medium to a denser medium and the angle of incidence is less than the critical angle.
(d) A rarer medium to a denser medium and the angle of incidence is greater than the critical angle.
Q7. Sparkling red colour after the blast of fire crackers is due to the presence of
Q8. The beginning of urbanisation of the Ganges from the 6th century was mainly attributed to
(a) Fertility of soil
(b) Trade improvement
(c) Population growth
(d) None of the above
Q9. The chief ingredient of the mosquito repellent cream is derived from
(d) Rice bran
Q10. The primitive tribes of Andaman are descendants of
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