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Pushkalavati was capital of which of the following acient Kingdoms? Ans: Gandhara Pushkalavati was capital of ancient Kingdom of Gandhara. Its ruins are currently located in Charsadda, Pakistan, located...

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 The annual “Flamingo Festival” began at Sullurpeta near the Pulicat lake bird sanctuary in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. The festival was being held every year to bring together the people...

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The Supreme Court has scrapped a contentious law that was seen as a major infringement of the freedom of speech on-line as it allowed the arrest of a person for posting offensive content. Section 66A...

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  Solar Impulse is the name of a Swiss long-range experimental solar-powered aircraft project, and also the name of the project’s two operational aircraft. The privately-financed project is...

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First World Soil Day was observed by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on 5 December 2014. On eve of the first World Soil Day, UNFAO along with Global Soil Parternership (GSP)...

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  India took its first formal step to recapture its erstwhile glory as an international knowledge destination with the opening of the new Nalanda University (NU) on 1 September 2014, 12 km from where...

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Air Marshal Arup Raha has been appointed the next Chief of the Indian Air Force. He will succeed Air Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne, also a fighter pilot, on 31 December 2013.He was commissioned into the...

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Bomb detection kit developed by DRDO to unveil in the US The bomb detection kit which appears somewhat like a small cigar box will be unveiled in the US now, India’s Defence Research & Development...

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  Raja Harishchandra, directed by Dadasaheb Phalke, was India’s first silent and full-length feature film. It was released on May 3, 1913.   May 17 is observed as World Hypertension Day. The...

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In Tennis, world number one Serena Williams have clinched the Miami Open title for a record sixth time by beating Maria Sharapova of Russia 4-6, 6-3, 6-0. In the women’s singles final held at...

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Mar. 14, 2013 — In the search for the fuels of tomorrow, Swedish researchers are finding inspiration in the sea. Not in offshore oil wells, but in the water where blue-green algae thrive. Paul Hudson,...

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Quiz Contest -The right answers and the Winners The correct answer series is  : a,c,b,b,a 1.     who is the father of political science a.        Aristotle 2.     Which vitamins caused...

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  1. Screen that comes on when you turn on your computer that shows all the icons. desktop 2. Which colour of paint is formed when yellow and blue paint is mixed? Violet 3. How many bones are present...

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Write an article (minimum 30 words) about the  below  topic. 1) The role of  Social Networking Sites in today’s life . Post your article  as  comments below . the Best  5  comments/article...

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General knowledge today’s  quiz contest no.3 answers  and the winners (based on the quiz questions posted on  20th Dec 2012 .) The correct answers are 1. (b) Pepsi 2. (a) Arunachal pradesh 3....

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  1. Who is new title sponsor of IPL? a) Coca cola b) Pepsi,c) DLF d) Sahara 2. china calls which region as Southern Tibet? a) Arunachal pradesh b) Sikkim c) Himachal Pradesh d)Meghalaya 3. Who is...

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General knowledge today’s  quiz contest answers  and the winners (based on the quiz questions posted on 9th dec 2012 .) The correct answers are 1-c 2-a ( ie 1 ) 3-a 4-d 5-a 6-a 7-b and the winners...

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1. In which of the following Oceans/ seas, lies the Sunda Trench? (A)Pacific Ocean (B)Indian Ocean (C)Arabian Sea (D)Atlantic Ocean 2. How much of longitude account for one hour? (A)8 Degrees (B)15 Degrees (C)18...

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GK Today Quiz Contest .Answers with explanations ANSWERS TO THE QUESTION OF THE DAY asked on 24th November 1. Who said that “Parliamentary democracy means one individual and one vote”? c) Dr. B.R....

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ANSWERS TO THE QUESTION OF THE DAY asked on 20th November 1.Revolt of 1857. Lord Canning was the Governor-General of India at that time. 2.The Kiel Canal connects the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The...