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Quiz 651: Indian Polity for SSC/PSC Examinations

1. By which of the following amendments of the Indian Constitution, Sikkim became a state of India? [A]32nd, 1974 [B]35th, 1975 [C]36th, 1975 [D]37th, 1978 Answer: 36th, 1975Notes: Sikkim became a state of India via the Thirty-sixth Amendment Act, 1975 on 26th April, 1975. The Sikkim State day is observed on 16th May of every ..

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Quiz 650: General Knowledge for SSC/PSC Examinations

1. Which of the following countries is called one of the four Asian Tigers? [A]India [B]Japan [C]China [D]South Korea Answer: South KoreaNotes: The Four Asian Tigers or Four Asian Dragons is a term used in reference to the highly free-market and developed economies of Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. Asian Tigers were recently ..

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Quiz 649: World Geography for All Examinations

1. Which of the following is correct set of capitals of Austria, Albania, Hungary and Slovenia respectively? [A]Vienna, Tirana, Bucharest, Sofia [B]Vienna, Kiev, Budapest, Ljubljana [C]Prague, Kiev, Budapest, Bratislava [D]Vienna, Tirana, Budapest, Ljubljana Answer: Vienna, Tirana, Budapest, LjubljanaNotes: Austria – Vienna; Albania – Tirana; Hungary – Budapest; Slovenia – Ljubljana 2. Which of the following ..

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Quiz-653: GK for SSC-CGL Examinations 2016

1. Which of the following two countries currently occupy / control the Golan heights? [A]Egypt & Syria [B]Turkey & Israel [C]Israel & Syria [D]Syria & Turkey Answer: Israel & Syria The Golan Heights also called the Golan or the Syrian Golan. The Golan Heights is a basaltic plateau bordered by the Yarmouk River in the ..

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Quiz – 652: Indian History Questions for State Public Service Examinations

1. .2. .3. Which of the following cities was capital of Maharaja Ranjit Singh? [A] Amritsar [B] Patiala [C] Lahore [D] Kapurthala Answer: Lahore Maharaja Ranjit Singh (called “The Lion of the Punjab”) (1780-1839) was a Sikh ruler of the Punjab. His tomb is located in Lahore, Pakistan. He is remembered for uniting the Punjab ..

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