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1. The Stock market index of London Stock Market is referred as _____ (A) Sensex (B) Footsie (FTSE) (C) NIFTY (D) Bullish (E) None of these Ans (B)

2. As we all know Ministry of Finance every year prepare Union Budget and present it to the parliament . Which of the following is / are the elements of the Union Budget ? (1) Estimates of revenue and capital receipts. (2) Ways and MeAns to raise the revenue. (3) Estimates of expenditure. (A) Only 1 (B) Only 2 (C) Only 3 (D) All 1,2 & 3 (E) None of these Ans (D)

3. Which of the following is NOT used as raw material for production of nuclear power? (A) Uranium (B) Barylium (C) Zirconium (D) Sodium (E) All these are used Ans (A)

4. Very often we read in newspapers that some sports persons have to go for a Dope Test after their performance in the field. Why Dope Test is conducted ? (1) To know the general health of the sports person (2) To know the sugar level of their blood (3) To detect whether they have taken any performance inhancing drugs (A) Only 1 (B) Only 2 (C) Only 3 (D) All 1 , 2 & 3 (E) None of these Ans (B)

5. 18. Santosh Trophy is associated with the game of ____ (A) Cricket (B) Badminton (C) Tennis (D) Chess (E) None of these Ans (E) Santosh Trophy is associated with the game of Football.

6. Federal Reserve is the Financial Organization of the ___ (A) USA (B) Britain (C) France (D) Japan (E) Germany Ans (A)

7. The Reserve Bank of India keeps on changing various ratio/rates frequently. Why this is done? (1) To keep inflation under control (2) To ensure that Indian Rupee does not loose its market value…...

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