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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

CLAT 2009 Solved Paper English Including Comprehension

CLAT 2009 Solved Paper English Including Comprehension
Instructions—(Q. 1—7) The following questions are based on the passage. Read each statement and shade the appropriate answer in the space provided for it on the answer sheet.
If the  temperature of a gas is decreased sufficiently, a stage will be reached when the speed of movement of the molecules is so reduced that it becomes close enough to exert attractive forces on each other. These forces differ from the forces that hold the atoms together in a molecule,, but they are also electrical. In fact, they result from the attraction between the positively charged nucleus of one atom and the negatively charged orbital electrons of atom in neighbouring molecules such forces are called molecular forces (or Vander Waals forces, after the discoverer.).
At that point in the process of reducing the temperature of a gas when the attractive forces between the molecules are sufficient to make the gas is said to have become a liquid.
In contrast to solids, however, the molecules of a liquid are still able to slide over one another, so that the bulk is able to adopt the shape of its container.
Some of the more rapid molecules at the surface of a liquid are able to overcome the molecular forces of their neighbouring molecules and escape from the liquid into the gas above it; this process is called evaporation. As it is the fastest moving molecules that escape, that is the molecules with the greatest energy, the average energy of the remaining molecules will be reduced, and hence ‘le effect of evaporation is to cause a

As a result of the continual escape of molecules from he surface of a liquid, the gas above it will contain a certain number of molecules of the liquid. This number will depend on the temperature and the chemical composition of the liquid. However, for a particular liquid at a particular temperature, the average number of molecules escaping from the surface will always be the same, arid the pressure these molecules exert, is called the vapour pressure of the Liquid.
(A) If the idea is stated in the passage;
(B) If the idea contradicts the contents of the passage;
(C) If the idea is riot explicitly stated in the passage., but can be deduced from its contents;
(D) If the idea cannot be deduced from its content.
1. As the fast-moving molecules of a gas are released into a liquid, evaporation takes place.
2. irrespective of the chemical com position of the gas, equal volumes of gases at the same temperature and pressure always contain the same number of molecules.
3. Vapour pressure is the total pres sure exerted by the molecules of a gas on the surface of a liquid below it.
4.Evaporation increases as the surface area of a liquid increases.
5.There is no relation between the reduction of temperature of a gas and the attraction between its molecules.
6. The vapour pressure of a liquid is dependent on the number of molecules escaped from it during evaporation.
7. If evaporation can be checked totally, the temperature of a liquid will remain constant.
Instructions (Q. 8-24) Each question below, some portion of which is bold, has four alternatives marked (A), (B), (C) and (D). If the bold part is incorrect in grammar, usage or sentence construction as required in standard written English, choose the alternative which better replaces it. If correct and no change is required, then write the letter (D) in the appropriate place on the answer sheet.
8. I request your favour of granting me three days leave
(A) Yours favour of
(B) The favour of your
(C) The favour of yours
(D) No change
9. I have to look to the word in the dictionary
(A) Look over
(B) Look about
(C) Look up
(D) No change

10. Over-exercise is injurious to health
(A) Injurious for health
(B) Injurious in health
(C) Injurious to health
(D) No change
11. Life is as like, a dream
(A) Like
(B) As it were
(C)  As if
(D) No change
12. Nobody trusts a man addicted in drinking
(A) To drinking
(B) Drinking
(C) To drink
(D) No change
13. Generally, the well-to-do person does not realize the misery of the poor?
(A) An well-to-do
(B) Well-to-do
(C) A well-to-do
(D) No change
14. I congratulated him on his success in the examination?
(A) For his
(B) At his
(C) In his
(D) No change
15. He could not fulfill the task during his time
(A) Fulifil
(B) Fulfil
(C) Fulifill
(D) No chang
16. My colleague is senior to me with respect to service—
(A) In respect of
(B) In respect to
(C) Regarding to
(D) No change
17. Hardly a hundred people were present at the meeting—
(A) Hundred people were
(B) A hundred people was
(C) Hundred peoples were
(D) No change
18. Dr. Bose was not at home when I called at him—
(A) Called upon
(B) Called on
(C) Called for
(D) No change
19. Last night the burglars broke through his shop—
(A) Broke into
(B) Broke up
(D) No change
20. Many a one-year-course is run by the institute—
(A) An one-year course
(B) An one-year course are
(C) An one-year courses are
(D) No change
21. Like the works of many authors, the literary work of James Joyce has been both condemned as trash and praised as great literature—
(A) Like that of many other novelists
(B) Unlike other novelists
(C) Like many other novelists
(D) No change
22. Seeing the headmaster entering the class-room, the football was quickly hidden by the students—
(A) The headmaster entering the class-room being seen by the students, they quickly hid the football
(B) When the students saw the headmaster, they quickly hid the football
(C) Having seen the headmaster entering the class-room, the foot ball was quickly hidden by the students.
(D) After the headmaster was being seen entering the class room, the students quickly hid the football
23.No sooner was the meeting started when the members announced that they will leave the meeting—
(A) Had the meeting started when the members had announced that they would
(B) Than the meeting had started that the members announced that they will
(C) Had the meeting started than the members announced that the)’ would
(D) No change
24. She would have been much more impressive compared to any one speaker instead of dull subject she had chosen—
(A) Impressed than any speaker except for the dull subject of her choice
(B) Impressive than any other speaker, but for the dull subject she had chosen
(C) Impressive among all other speakers, had it not been for the dull subject she chose
(D) No change
lnstructions—(Q. 25—29) Read the passage carefully and answer in the space provided for it on the Answer Sheet.
He was a deeply subtle man, I know by now. With such natures it is usually a waste of efforts to fence the only way to speak face-to-face is to be direct. I said that It had been wailing for news of the Nobel Prize and that I was very sorry. He stared at me, and nodded. He didn’t pretend not to mind. He said something to the effect that it would be good to have. Then, quite suddenly, he had a grim chuckle and launched into an anecdote, possible apocryphal and certainly slanderous, about another unsuccessful candidate — not English speaking — who had been ‘bucking for’ the prize for years and years. He had left nothing to change. He had known all the rights boys (in Frost’s demonology, this probably meant some of the ‘enemies’). He had been told that it was in the bag. The day of the election, he had champagne out on the table. He was waiting for the telephone to ring. There was a long wait. A longer wait. At last the telephone did ring. He hadn’t got it. He was told the name of the winner. It is impossible, he cried. It is impossible. It is impossible. That was all he could think of, Frost said, cheering himself up with malice. But it had happened.
After that, he was quite guy. He talked about England. He was sensitive to his audience. So that I was left under the impression that he had been a lifelong Anglophile. When I read his letters and his remarks about ‘the British’ (a term he wouldn’t have used to me) I wasn’t surprised about something, but I was by those. May be, as I have suggested, he had some to think better of us. He was enthusiastic about the common language that was essential thing. Then he spoke about what he called the locative in art. Art which meant anything to him was locative, rooted in a place, in the singularities of a place. We had a bit of an argument. Temperamentally, I said, I was on his side. But locative art needs know ledge and patience to understand that was why cosmopolitan art < abstract art < travelled further and gagster. One didn’t have to know or anything to read, say, Kafka or Hemingway. They had travelled round the world to an extent that Jane Austen or forester never would Frost would have it. The greatest locative art transcended everything. It was organic, and no other art could be. He still had immense stamina for argument, or rather for his oblique interpretation of ideas. He would have gone on talking long after our hosts returned.
25. The author was very sorry that—
(A) The news of the Nobel Prize never reached Frost
(B) Frost rejected the Nobel Prize
(C) Frost did not get the Nobel  Prize
(D) None of the above
26. “He didn’t pretend not to mind”, this means
(A) He did mind
(B) He did not mind
(C) He had mixed feelings
(D) He showed no feeling
27. “That was all he could think of, Frost said, cheering up with malice”. Here ‘he’ refers to—
(A) Frost
(B) The author
(C) The unsuccessful
(D) None of these
28. The author was left under theimpression that Frost had been—
(A) A great admirer of English
(B) Detested English
(C) An avid reader of Englishworks
(D) Collecting English works
29. “The greatest locative art transcended everything.” We can infer from the passage that—
(A) Kafka’s or Hemingway’s was locative art
(B) Jane Austen’s was locative art
(C) Frost’s was locative art
(D) Frost believed that none of these was locative art
Instructions—(Q. 30—34) Read the following passage carefully, and answer the questions give it on the Answer Sheet.
A blanket ban on defection will weaken, rather than strengthen democracy, in whose nimieties being sought to de-imposed. Granted political defiance is increasingly less an act of ideological defiance than one of the pure opportunism. Granted also that it is illogical to allow one third of the party to split but not a lesser number. Yet, for all its flaws, the current law recognizes and respects one fundamental principle The right to dissent. Democracy is about showing the door to one who dares to disagree. Democracy is about granting her the right to dissent from within the fold. In a household context, it would be akin to a father throwing out his rebellious. How would a democratic father deal with this situation ? He would allow the daughter to roister her protest, knowing fully well that not to do so would stifle the youngster’s intellectual growth and turn her into a malcontent.
The need to foster a democratic spirit is all the more in a political party which derives its legitimacy from participation in democratic elections. Indeed like charity, democracy must begin at home. A political party that is intolerant to internal dissent can hardly be expected to be liberal and democratic in its external con duct. To tell a legislator that he owes to his party, which has facilitated his election, never to disagree with it, is the equivalent of asking that he remain forever in bondage. To do so is to journey back to the feudal age, when a servant who rebelled against the master, would be called a ‘namak haram’. Take the case of a party that asks for votes on one ideological platform but switches course once it forms a government. What is the sanctity of the party’s whip issued in such a situation ? Should the conscientious MP vote as ordered or should she defy the whip ? It has to be the latter and there can be no two views on this. Now is it valid to argue that differences can be aired in private but must not translate into a vote. For voting is the ultimate expression of a person’s conscience.
30. According to the passage, a political party which does not tolerate arty internal dissent—
(A) Is doomed to disintegrate in the long run
(B) Maintains strict discipline and survives in the long run
(C) Is a boon to the democratic traditions and principles
(D) Is unlikely to be liberal and democratic in its external conduct
31. Which of the following is expres sed as a characteristic of the feudal age in the passage?
(A) Extending the family values to the political arena
(B) Changing the ideological platform once in government
(C) Any disobedience of the people in power is to be treated as treachery
(D) Telling the legislator that he got elected because of the party
32. In which of the following matters does the author appreciate the
existing law with regard to defection ?•
(A) Individual member’s freedom to express opinion different from the party line
(B) A total prohibition on joining another party for personal party
(C) Entering election fray with out affiliation to any political party
(D) A political party to be liberal and democratic both in its inter nal and external conduct
33. According to the passage, political defection is increasingly taking place—
(A) More on ideological grounds
(B) To strength the democratic process
(C) As a result of basic conceptual differences
(D) As a matter of pure opportunism
34. The author has equated the party’s stand to tell legislator never to disagree with it, with
(A) Charity
(B) Feudal age
(C) Democracy
(D) Turpitude
Instructions—(Q. 35-40) Given below are the words with different spellings. Select the one which you consider to be correctly spelled and shade the appropriate answer in the space provided for it on the Answer Sheet.
35. (A) Annihilate
(B) Annihielate
(C) Annihilete
(D) Aniluilate
36. (A) Numismatic
(B) Numesmatic
(C) Neumismatic
(D) Neumesmatic
37. (A) Neumonia
(B) Neumonea
(C) Pneumonea
(D) Pneumonia
38. (A) Weary
(B) Wearie
(C) Weery
(D) Weerie
39. (A) Flamboyant
(B) Flambuoyent
(C) Flamebuoyant
40.    (A) Referigerator
(B) Refrigerator
(C) Referigrator

Common Law Admission test CLAT 2009 legal Aptitude Solved paper

Common Law Admission test CLAT 2009 legal Aptitude  Solved paper
memory based

1. Which is the oldest Code of Law in India?
(A)    Naradasmriti
(B)    Manusmriti
(C)    Vedasmriti
(D)    Prasarsmriti
2. Private international law is also called?
(A) Civil law
(B) Locallaws
(C) Conflict of laws
(D) Common law
3. A nominal sum given as a token for striking a sale is called?
(A) Earnest money
(B) Advance
(C) Interest
(D) Solatium
4. Joint heirs to a property are called?
(A) Co-heirs
(B) Coparceners
(C) Successors
(D) Joint owners
5. The right of a party to initiate an action and be heard before a Court of law is called?
(A) Right in rem
(B) Eight in personam
(C) Fundamental right
(D) Locus standi
6. Indian Parliament is based on the principle of?
(A) Bicameralism
(B) Universal Adult Franchise
(C) Dyarchy
(D) Federalism

7. The Supreme Court held that evidence can be recorded by vid in the case?
(A) State of Maharashtra Vs. Prafull B. Besai
(B) Paramjet kaur  Vs. State of Punjab
(C) Pappu Yadav Vs. State of Bihar
(D) Bachan Singh Vs. State of Punjab
8. When the master is held liable for the wrongful act of servant, the liability is called?
(A) Strict liability
(B) Vicarious liability
(C) Tortous liability
(D) Absolute liability
9. The act of unlawfully entering into another’s property constitutes?
(A) Trespass
(B) Restraint
(C) Appropriation
(D) Encroachment
10. Which Parliamentary Committee in Indian system of democracy is chaired by a member
Opposition Party?
(A) Estimates Committee
(B) Joint Parliamentary Com mittee
(C) Public Accounts Committee
(D) Finance Committee
11. Supreme Court held that Preamble as a basic feature of Con stitution cannot be amended
the case of?
(A) Golaknath Vs. State of Punjab
(B) Maneka Gandhi Vs. Union of India
(C) S. R. Bommai Vs. Union of India
(D) Kesavananda Bharati Vs.state of Kerala
12. In the year 2002 the Competition Act was enacted replacing?
(A) Trade Marks Act
(B) Copy Right Act
(C) Contract Act
(D) MRTP Act
13. A right to recover time barred debt is?
(A) Universal right
(B) Perfect right
(C) Imperfect right
(D) Fundamental right
14. The law relating to prisoners war has been codified by?
(A) Geneva Convention
(B) Vienna Convention
(C) Paris Convention
(D) None of the above
15. Public holidays are declared under?
(A) Criminal Procedure Code
(B) Civil Procedure Code
(C) Representation of the People Act
(D) Negotiable Instruments Act
16. When a person is prosecuted for committing a criminal offence, the burden of proof is on?
(A) Accused
(B) Prosecution
(C) Police
(D) Complainant
17. Offence which can be compromised between the parties is known as?
(A) Non-compoundable Offence
(B) Congnizable Offence
(C) Compoundable Offence
(D) Non-cognizable Offence

18. Husband and wife have a right to each others company. The right is called?
(A) Conjugal right
(B) Human right
(C) Civil right
(D) Fundamental right
19. A person ‘dying intestate’means he?
(A) Died without Legal Heirs
(B) Died without Making a Will
(C) Died without any Property
(D) Died without a Son
20. If a witness makes a statement in Court, knowing it to be false, he commits the offence of?
(A) Forgery
(B) Falsehood
(C) Perjury
(D) Breath of trust
21. A child born after father’s death is?
(A) Posthumous
(B) Heir
(C) Intestate
(D) Illegal
22. A formal instrument by which one person empowers another to represent him is known as?
(A) Affidavit
(B) Power of Attorney
(C) Will
(D) Declaration
23. The temporary release of prisoner is called?
(A) Parole
(B) Amnesty
(C) Discharge
(D) Pardon
24. The offence of inciting disaffection, hatred or contempt against Government is?
(A) Perjury
(B) Forgery
(C) Sedition
(D) Revolt
25. India became the member United Nations in the Year?
(B) 1945
(D) 1950
26. A party to the suit is called?
(A) Accused
(B) Plaintiff
(C) Litigant
(D) Complainant
27. Who heads the four member Committee appointed to study the Centre-State relations, especially the changes took place since Sarkaria Commission
(A) Justice M. M. Punchi
(B) Justice Nanavati
(C) Justice Barucha
(D) Justice Kuldip Singh
28. No one can be convicted twice for the same offence. This doctrine is called?
(A) Burden of proof
(B) Double conviction
(C) Double jeopardy
(D) Corpus delicti
29. A participant in commission of crime is popularly known as?
(A) Respondent
(B) Under-trial
(C) Defendant
(D) Accomplice
30. Which of the following is not payable to Central Government?
(A) Land revenue
(B) Customs duty
(C) Income tax
(D) Wealth tax
31. Where is the National Judicial Academy located?
(A)  Kolkata
(B) Bhopal
(C) Delhi
(D) Mumbai
32. Who have constitutional right to audience in all Indian Courts?
(A) President
(B) Chief Justice of India
(C) Attorney General
(D) Solicitor General of India
33.Which of the following is not included in the Preamble to the
(A) Morality
(B) Justice
(C) Sovereign
(D) Socialist
34. ‘Court of Record’ is a Court which?
(A) Maintains records
(B) Preserves all its records
(C) Can punish for its contempt
(D) Is competent to issue writs
35. A judge of the Supreme Court can be removed from office only on grounds of?
(A) Gross inefficiency
(B) Delivering wrong judgments
(C) Senility
(D) Proved misbehaviour or incapacity
36. Fiduciary relationship means a relationship based on?
(A) Trust
(B) Money
(C) Contract
(D) Blood relation
37.The Chairman of Tehelka Enquiry Commission is?
(A) Justice Kripal
(B) Justice S N. Phukan
(C) Justice Saharia
(D) Justice Liberhan
38. The concept of judicial review has been borrowed from the
Constitution of?
(A) U.S.S.R.
(B) U.K.
(C) U.S.A.
(D) Switzerland
39. Every duty enforceable by law is called
(A) Accountability
(B) Obligation
(C) Burden
(D) Incidence
40. The killing of a new born child by its parents is?
(A) Malfeasance
(B) Infanticide
(C) Abortion
(D) Foeticide
41. Offence of breaking a divine idol is?
(A) Saluspopuli
(B) Crime
(C) Sacrilege
(D) Blasphemy
42. A person who goes underground or evades the jurisdiction of the Court is known as?
(A) Offender
(B) Underground
(C) Absentee
(D) Absconder
43. What is a caveat?
(A) A warning
(B) An injunction
(C) Writ
(D) Certiorari
44. Muslim religious foundations are known as?
(B) Wakfs
(C) Ulema
(D) Quzat
45. Beyond what distance from the coast, is the sea known as ‘High Sea’?
(A) 20 Nautical miles
(B) 300 Nautical miles
(C) 200 Nautical kms
(D) 12 Nautical miles

Current GK Current Affairs general knowledge CLAT 2009 Solved Free paper

Current GK Current Affairs  general knowledge CLAT 2009 Solved Free paper

1. The largest natural gas reserves are found in ?
(A) Russia
(B) Antarctica
(C) Senegal
(D) South Africa
2. The President of the Palestinian Authority is?
(A) Mahmud Abbes
(B) Yasser Arafat
(C) Mustaf a Barghouti
(D) Humid Karat
3. The person associated with ‘New India’ is?
(A) Annie Besant
(B) Subshash Chandra Bose
(C) Mahatma Gandhi
(D) M. N. Roy
4. In a freezer, ice cube will be fo med more quickly in trays made of?
(A) Rubber
(B) Plastic
(C) Aluminum
(D) Steel
5. Who has been appointed as the Chief of Intelligence Bureau for
the next two years?
(A)       P. C. Haldar
(B)       Ravi Mathur
(C)       Sudha Pillai
(D)       K. P. Singh
6. At present which country has the presidentship of European Union?
(A) Britain
(C) Italy
(B) Germany
(D) Finland

7. Sania Mirza is related to Lawn Tennis. In the same way Saina Nehwal is related to which sport?
(A) Chess
(B) Hockey
(C) Badminton
(D) Squash
8. Who among the following wrote the book ‘The Sound of Music’?
(A) Maria Von Trapp
(B) Hammerstein
(C) Robert Wise
(D) Howard Lindsay
9. May 17 is celebrated as?
(A) USA Constitution Day
(B) World Telecommunications Day
(C) UN Day for the Disabled
(D) International Day for the Elderly People
10. An ‘Act of Parliament’ is called as?
(A) Statute
(B)State Act
(D) Central Act
11. Can an American Citizen be a party to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ?
(A) Yes
(B) No
(C) Yes, because America is a member of Security Council of United Nations
(D) No, because only states can be a party to ICJ
12. Who can file a Petition in the Supreme Court of India?
(A) Any Indian Citizen
(B) Any Person, whether natural or legal
(C) Any person resident in India
(D) Any person. above the age of 18
13. Indian Settlement Commission deals with?
(A) Tax Matters
(B) Land Disputes
(C) Railway Claim Settlement
(D) Compensation for Motor Accidents
14. Who was felicitated with ‘Nishan-e-Pakistan’?
(A) Shatrughan Sinha
(B) Maulana Azad
(C) Diip Kumar
(D) Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan
15. Which State provided separate reservation for Muslims and
Christians in the State Backward Classes List in 2007?
(A) Andhra Pradesh
(B) Tamil Nadu
(C) Bthar
(D) Kerala
16. Which of the following dances is not a classical dance?
(A) Kathakali
(B) Garba
(D) Manipuri

17. Sulabh International is an organisation which provides—?
(A) Health Services in Rural Area
(B) Good Sanitation at Cheap Rates
(C) Low Cost Accommodation
(D) Low Cost Credit
18. Who among the following was honoured with ‘Officer of the
Legion of Honour’ award by French Government in July2008?
(A) Dev Anand
(B) Yash Chopra
(C) B. R. Chopra
(D) Mrinal Sen
19. The largest gland in the human body is?
(A) Liver
(B) Pancreas
(C) Thyroid
(D) Endocrine
20. The Railway Budget for 2007- 2008 has declared the year 2007 as the year of?
(A) Cleanliness
(B) Passenger Comfort
(C) Staff Welfare
(D) Computerization of Reservations
21. In the world of Hindi Cinema, who was affectionately called as ‘Dada Moni’?
(A) Balraj Sabni
(B) Prithviraj Kapoor
(C) Ashok Kumar
(D) Utpal Dutt
22. Outstanding Parliamentarian Award (2006) was presented in 2007 to ?
(A) P. Chidambram
(B) Sand Pawar
(C) Math Shankar Aiyar
(D) Sushma Swaraj
23. World’s longest sea bridge took shape in to 2007 in?
(B) Japan
(C) Singapore
(D) U.S.A.
24. Who among the following Indians became Citigroup’s Investment Banking head?
(A) L. N. Mittal
(B) A. K. Subramaniyam
(C) Vineet Singh
(D) Vikram Pandit
25. The Green Revolution in India has been identified with?
(A) Dr. Manmohan Singh
(B) Dr. Montek Singh Ahlu walia
(C) Mr. Rajendra Singh ‘Water-man’
(D) Dr. M. S. Swaminathan
26. Indian Judge in the UN Law of the Sea Tribunal is—
(A) Dr. P. S. Rao
(B) Dr. P. C. Rao
(C) Mr. Justice Jagannath Rao
(D) Mr. Justice Rajendra Babu
27. The Ozone Layer thins down as a result of a chain chemical reaction that separates from the layer?
(A) Oxygen
(B) Chlorine
(C) Nitrogen
(D) Hydrogen
28. Joint SAARC University of eight SAARC Nations has been established in ?
(A) Colombo
(B) Dhaka
(C) Kathmandu
(D) New Delhi
29. Which country recently produced the world’s first cloned rabbit using a biological process that takes cells from a fetus?
(A)U. K.
(B) China
(C)U. S. A.
(D) Germany
30. Which one of the following Vitamins is responsible for blood clotting?
(A) Vitamin A
(B) Vitamin E
(C) Vitamin C
(D) Vitamin K
31. What is the meaning of ‘Gilt Edged Market’?
(A) Market in Government securities
(B) Market of Smuggled goods
(C) Market of Auctioned goods
(D) Market of Gold products
32. Who is the Central Chief Information Commissioner of India?
(A) Prof. Ansari
(B) Mrs. Padma Subramanian
(C) Mr. Wajahat Habibullah
(D) Dr. 0. P. Kejariwal
33. The youngest recipient of Padma Shri so far is?
(A) Sachin Tendulkar
(B) Shobana Chandra Kumar
(C) Sania Mirza
(D) Billy Arjan Singh
34. Who is the Director of the film “Elizabeth The Golden Age Cast”?
(A) Ramanand Sagar
(B) Ram Gopal Verma
(C) KaranJohar
(D) Shekhar Kapur
35. The territorial waters of India extend up to?
(A) 12 nautical miles
(B) 6km
(C) 10 nautical miles
(D) 15 nautical miles
36. ‘Samjhouta Express’ runs between the Railway Stations of?
(A) New Delhi — Wagah
(B) New Delhi – Lahore
(C) Amritsar — Lahore
(D) New Delhi — Islamabad
37. Blue revolution refers to?
(A) Forest Development
(B) Fishing
(C) Poultry Farming
(D) Horticulture
38. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam has been appointed as Chancellor of?
(A) IIM Mumbai
(B) IIT Kanpur
(C) IIM Ahmedabad
(D) IIST Thiruvananthapuram
39. In which State ‘Kanya Vidyadhan Yojana’ is operational?
(A) Andhra Pradesh
(B) UttarPradesh
(C) Rajasthan
(D) Haryana
40. Who emerged the fastest woman of the world at Beijing Olympics?
(A). Sheron Sumpson
(B) KerrQn Stewart
(C) Ann Fraser
(D) Elina Bsiena
41. Savannah grasslands are found in ?
(A) North America
(B) Africa
(C) Australia
(D) East Asia
42. Which State has launched the ‘Aarogya Sri’—a health Insurance Scheme for families below poverty line?
(A) Andhra Pradesh
(B) Uttar Pradesh
(C) Maharashtra
(D) Kerala
43. The first nuclear reactor of India is named?
(A) Rohini
(B) Vaishali
(C) Apsara
(D) Kamini
44. In May 2007 Air Sahara acquired by Jet Airways is being operated as a separate airline under the name of ?
(A) Jet Lite
(B) Jet Sahara
(C) Air Jet Line
(D) Jet Sahara Lite
45. Suez Canal connects?
(A) Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea
(B) Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea
(C) Baltic Sea and Red Sea
(D) Baltic Sea and Black Sea
46. Government has launched Passport Scheme and first Passport was issued to ?
(A) Mr. Arjun Singh
(B) Mrs. Sonia Gandhi
(C) Dr. Manmohan Singh
(D) Mrs. Pratibha Patil
47. The Hindu outfit ‘Hindraf’ has been banned in?
(A) Pakistan
(B) Thailand
(C) Malaysia
(D) Bangladesh
48. Which organization is headed by Indian Environmentalists R. K. Pachauri, a Nobel Laureate?
(A) International Environment Panel
(B) International Panel on Climate Change
(C) International Pollution Control Panel
(D) International Panel on Global Warming
49. Kandhamal, the worst affected town by sectarian violence in September 2008 is situated in?
(A) Orissa
(B) Gujarat
(C) Andhra Pradesh
(D) Kamataka
50. World ‘No Tobacco Day’  is observed on?
(A) January 10
(B) June 1
(D) March5