[Paper] Himachal Pradesh Administrative Services HPAS / HAS (Prelim) 2006 General Studies

Himachal Pradesh Administrative Services
HPAS/HAS Prelim 2006
General Studies Paper Solved


  1. Which of the following is the longest river?
    1. Mississippi
    2. Yang-Tze-Kyang
    3. Congo
    4. Amazon

  2. Who was the first scientist to demonstrate that certain hereditary factors, named genes, operate in all biological species?
    1. Nicolas
    2. Copernicus
    3. Rene Descartes
    4. Greger Mendel

  3. Which of the following invented the Jet plane?
    1. Orville and Wilber Wright
    2. Whittle
    3. Giffard
    4. Zeppelin

  4. Which among the following is regarded as the father of Western Medicine?
    1. Alcmaen
    2. Hirophilus
    3. Hippocrates
    4. Paracelsus

  5. In which year was Prophet Mohammad born?
    1. 126 BC
    2. 326 AD
    3. 570 AD
    4. 715 AD

  6. Which of the following attained independence in 1947 along with India?
    1. Libya
    2. Myanmar
    3. Indonesia
    4. Sudan

  7. Which of the following countries is known as the "Land of the Midnight Sun"?
    1. Greenland
    2. Norway
    3. Iceland
    4. Japan

  8. Who was the following areas is the Swahili language spoken?
    1. Congo
    2. Balcan States
    3. Caribbean Islands
    4. East Africa

  9. Who was the author of the famous Greek epic "Ilia"?
    1. Horace
    2. Plato
    3. Homer
    4. Sophocles

  10. What is meant by ESP?
    1. European secular philosophy
    2. Extra sensory perception
    3. Economic and social practices
    4. Enhanced security patrolling

  11. With which of the following religions is the holy book Talmud related?
    1. Roman Catholicism
    2. Jainism
    3. Judaism
    4. Zoroastrianism

  12. In which of the following cities is the headquarters of the World Health Organisation located?
    1. London
    2. Geneva
    3. Vienna
    4. Brussels

  13. Which of the following countries has Drachma as its currency?
    1. Romania
    2. Greece
    3. Turkey
    4. Poland

  14. Which of the following is a correct combination?
    1. Bihu - Bihar
    2. Kathakali - Nepal
    3. Kuchipudi - Andhra Pradesh
    4. Bharatnatyam - Orissa

  15. Which of the following was the founder of the Theosophical Society?
    1. Annie Besant
    2. Madam Blavetski
    3. Sister Nivedita
    4. Aurobindo Ghosh

  16. Which of the following was the first to be appointed as Governor General of India under the Charter Act of 1833?
    1. Warren Hastings
    2. Lord Cornwallis
    3. Lord William Bentick
    4. Charles Metcalfe

  17. Who was the founder of the All Indian Muslim League?
    1. Aga Khan
    2. Allama Iqbal
    3. Mohammad Ali Jinnah
    4. Firoz Khan Noon

  18. Who of the following was elected President of the Khilafat Conference in 1919?
    1. Shaukat Ali
    2. Mahatma Gandhi
    3. Lala Lajpat Rai
    4. Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan

  19. Who presided over the Congress Session which declared Poorna Swaraj as the goal of the Congress?
    1. Jawahar Lal Nehru
    2. Sarojini Naidu
    3. Mahatma Gandhi
    4. Moti Lal Nehru

  20. Who of the following was not associated with the communist party of India formed in 1925?
    1. S A Dange
    2. Muzaffar Ahmed
    3. Ram Manohar Lohia
    4. M N Roy

  21. Which British Prime Minister declared India free?
    1. Winston Churchill
    2. Lloyad George
    3. Ramsay MacDonald
    4. Clement Attlee

  22. With which sport is "Grand Slam" related?
    1. Golf
    2. Billiard
    3. Tennis
    4. Chess

  23. In which continent is Rwanda situated?
    1. Asia
    2. Africa
    3. South America
    4. Europe

  24. Who is the first Indian to have a wax statue in Madame Tussad's Museum in London?
    1. Jawahar Lal Nehru
    2. Mahatma Gandhi
    3. Dr. Rajendra Prasad
    4. Dr. S . Radhakrishnan

  25. What makes a football bounce when it strikes the ground?
    1. Rubber
    2. Hollowness
    3. Resistance to air
    4. Elasticity

  26. From which of the following combinations is cellulose extracted?
    1. Wood and silk
    2. Wood and rubber
    3. Wood and cotton
    4. Silk and cotton

  27. Which of the following metals was used by man first?
    1. Bronze
    2. Silver
    3. Iron
    4. Copper

  28. The deficiency of which of the following causes anemia in body?
    1. Calcium
    2. Iodine
    3. Iron
    4. Potassium

  29. Which of the following crops is affected by the plant disease, rust?
    1. Rice
    2. Groundnut
    3. Wheat
    4. Cotton

  30. Which of the following fabrics is least inflammable?
    1. Silk
    2. Nylon
    3. Rayon
    4. Cotton

  31. In which of the following countries is the Great Barrier Reef located?
    1. Mauritius
    2. Australia
    3. Philippines
    4. Canada

  32. The ancient name Mainak Parvat now stand for
    1. Dhauladhar
    2. Zaskar
    3. Shivalik
    4. Pri Panjal

  33. Which of the following passes is located outside Himachal Pradesh?
    1. Khaibar
    2. Richtang
    3. Bara Lacha
    4. None of these

  34. When was the Victoria Cross, the highest British award for bravery, created by the British Government?
    1. 1820
    2. 1836
    3. 1845
    4. 1856

  35. Where, in Himachal Pradesh, is the 81 foot idol of Lord Shiva installed?
    1. Baijnath
    2. Mani Karan
    3. Kotla Kalan
    4. None of these

  36. What is the height of Mount Everest peak?
    1. 7515 m
    2. 7860 m
    3. 8848 m
    4. None of these

  37. Which major river ahs the Banganga as its tributary?
    1. Salluj
    2. Beas
    3. Chenab
    4. Yamuna

  38. Where does the river Salluj originate?
    1. Nepal
    2. Jammu and Kashmir
    3. Tibet
    4. Punjab

  39. Which district in Himachal Pradesh has the scantiest rainfall?
    1. Kinnaur
    2. Una
    3. Lahaul and Spiti
    4. Hamirpur

  40. How many districts fall in the Mandi Division of HP?
    1. 4
    2. 3
    3. 6
    4. 5

  41. Where is the Solen Valley, once famous for the excavation of 40,000 years old tools, now located?
    1. Tibel
    2. Nepal
    3. Pakistan
    4. Afghanistan

  42. For how many years did the war between Diodas and Shambar, as described with Rigveda, last?
    1. 10 years
    2. 15 years
    3. 40 years
    4. None of these

  43. Which famous writer has described the contact between the Khas republics of the hills and the Aryan Kingdoms of the plains in his books?
    1. Chanakya
    2. Charak
    3. Panini
    4. Vyas

  44. What was the main reason for Alexander's decision not to proceed beyond the Beas rivers in his conquest of India?
    1. The Beas and other rivers on the way being spate
    2. Fear of the huge army amassed by Indian rulers
    3. Revolt by his chieftains
    4. Advice of his soothsayers

  45. At which place does the Beas river flow from East to West?
    1. between Indura and Mirthal
    2. between Rampur Bushahar and Larji
    3. at the mountain knot of Barabanghal
    4. none of the above

  46. Which Indian emperor compelled the Kunindas, Yodheyas and Arjuneyas to accept his overlordship?
    1. Chandra Gupta Maurya
    2. Samudra Gupta
    3. Mahapadma Nand
    4. Kanishk

  47. Which of the following established himself as a powerful ruler after the Gupta empire disintegrated in 480-99 AD?
    1. Mihirkula
    2. Torman
    3. Yashovardhan
    4. Harsha

  48. Who ruled over Chamba in 680 AD?
    1. Jethpal
    2. Manu Varman
    3. Sahil Varman
    4. Raja Brahmpal

  49. In which century was the Mandi State founded?
    1. 14th
    2. 7th
    3. 10th
    4. 5th

  50. Which of the following was the original capital of Bilaspur state in about 900 AD, when it was founded?
    1. Nalagarh
    2. Naina Devi
    3. Guler
    4. None of these

  51. Which princely state of Himachal Pradesh pushed the territory of Tibet to its present boundaries through a treaty in the 17th century?
    1. Nalagarh
    2. Suket
    3. Bushahar
    4. Chamba

  52. What compelled Jaipal, the Hindu ruler of Shahiya dynasty, to conclude a humiliating treaty with Subuktgin, the ruler of Ghazni?
    1. Revolt by one of his commanders
    2. Death of his son
    3. Shortage of funds
    4. A snow storm

  53. Which Muslim ruler invaded Kangra and plundered its temples in 1019 AD?
    1. Alauddin Khilji
    2. Mohammad Ghori
    3. Mehmood Ghaznavi
    4. Mohammed Tughlaq

  54. In which temple were 300 Sanskrit books, translated into persian on Firoz Shah Tughlaq's orders, preserved?
    1. Jwalamukhi
    2. Masrur
    3. Baijnath
    4. Trilokinath

  55. In which year did Taimur attach Kangra?
    1. 1375 AD
    2. 1398 AD
    3. 1401 AD
    4. 1450 AD

  56. Who has been appointed the first Chairperson of National Commission for Protection of Child Right?
    1. Shanta Sinha
    2. Girija Vyas
    3. Shaban Azmi
    4. None of these

  57. In which of the following towns did Jahangir construct a mosque inside a Fort?
    1. Hamirpur
    2. Nagarkot
    3. Mandi
    4. Una

  58. Which of the following prevented Raja Ghamand Chand from expanding his empire further?
    1. Ahmad Shah Abdali
    2. Jassa Singh
    3. Amar Singh Thapa
    4. Jai Singh Ramgarhia

  59. Which of the following mediated between Raja Sansar Chand and Jai Singh Ramgarhia to settle their dispute over the ownership of Kangra Fort?
    1. Saif Ali Khan
    2. Jiwan Khan
    3. Maharaja Ranjit Singh
    4. Raja Birbal

  60. Which of the following was dismissed to Singapore for declaring his princely state independent during the rule of Governor General Lord Dalhousie?
    1. Wazir Ram Singh
    2. Rana of Khavigarh
    3. Shivanand Ramaul
    4. Pandit Padam Dev

  61. The ruler of which of the following princely states sided neither with the British Government nor with the rebels during the war of Independence of 1857?
    1. Rampur Bushahar
    2. Nurpur
    3. Jaswan
    4. Datarpur

  62. In which of the following states did the Praja Mandal demand abolition of Begar in 1939?
    1. Bilaspur
    2. Kangra
    3. Dhami
    4. Sirmaur

  63. Why did the Kisan Sabha form a rebel government in Sirmaur state in 1942?
    1. because of the deposition of the ruler of the state by the British
    2. because of the refusal of the ruler to reduce land revenue
    3. because of the ruler's decision to support the British war effort
    4. rampant corruption and immoral conduct of the ruler

  64. Raja Durga Singh was the last ruler of
    1. Suket State
    2. Chamba State
    3. Nalagarh State
    4. Baghat State

  65. What was the ruler of Bilaspur state planning to do when the British quit India in 1947?
    1. Declaring Bilaspur as an independent country
    2. Joining the Indian Union
    3. Forming a union with other princely states
    4. Merging the state into Punjab

  66. When did a popular Ministry headed by Y S Parmar assume office in the Part C state of Himachal Pradesh?
    1. 1947
    2. 1952
    3. 1956
    4. 1948

  67. In which year did the Punjab hill states merge with Himachal Pradesh?
    1. 1966
    2. 1956
    3. 1952
    4. 1971

  68. Who founded the princely state of Bushahr in the upper Satluj valley?
    1. Dev Pal
    2. Lord Krishna
    3. Pradyumana
    4. Vishveshvara

  69. Who was the Chief Commissioner of Himachal Pradesh between March, 1951 and Ferbruary, 1952?
    1. N.C. Mehta
    2. Bhagwan Sahai
    3. E.P. Moon
    4. None of these

  70. To which place in Delhi was Stupa, constructed by Ashoka in the Paonta Valley in Himachal Pradesh, shifted by a Muslim ruler?
    1. Chandani Chawk
    2. Paharganj
    3. Firoj Shah Kotla
    4. Shahadra

  71. Which Himachali ruler renovated the famous Baijnath temple in Kangra in the 19th century?
    1. Raja Sahil Varman
    2. Raja Sansar Chand
    3. Raja Bir Sen
    4. Raja Rasalu

  72. What is Guru Ghantal?
    1. a giant size statue of Buddha
    2. an enormous bell at Dharamshala
    3. a famous monastery in Himachal Pradesh
    4. a majestic Shiva temple

  73. When was HP Compulsory Education Act passed?
    1. 1948
    2. 1950
    3. 1952
    4. 1953

  74. On which item was more than 50% of the First Five Year Plan expenditure incurred in Himachal Pradesh after it became a part C state?
    1. Education
    2. Power generation
    3. Road construction
    4. Agriculture

  75. In which year was Abolition of Big Landed States Act passed in Himachal Pradesh?
    1. 1951
    2. 1960
    3. 1956
    4. 1954

  76. Which major hydel project in Himachal Pradesh is being run in collaboration with Russia?
    1. Nathpa Jhakri
    2. Kol Dam
    3. Sanjay Vidyut
    4. None of these

  77. Which country is assisting in the Pilot project on Trout farming in Himachal Pradesh?
    1. Norway
    2. Finland
    3. Germany
    4. USA

  78. At which place in Himachal Pradesh is the 100 ton -a day capacity Vanaspati ghee plant in cooperative sector, located?
    1. Nalagarh
    2. Una
    3. Mandi
    4. Solan

  79. In which year was the broad gauge Delhi-Nangal rail line extended upto Una?
    1. 1975
    2. 1980
    3. 1987
    4. 1991

  80. In which year did Shimla become the capital of Himachal Praesh?
    1. 1960
    2. 1970
    3. 1966
    4. 1980

  81. Which of the following has now been removed from the list of planets?
    1. Pluto
    2. Neptune
    3. Mars
    4. Venus

  82. What position does Condoleeza Rice now hold in the US administration?
    1. Defence Secretary
    2. Ambassador to the UNO
    3. Speaker of the House of Representatives
    4. Secretary of State

  83. Which of the following former Prime Ministers of India never held a ministerial position in any State or Central Government?
    1. Vishwanath Pratap Singh
    2. Chandra Shekhar
    3. Deve Gowda
    4. Indra Kumar Gujral

  84. Who has directed the movie "Water"?
    1. Deepa Mehta
    2. Meera Nair
    3. Madhur Bhandarkar
    4. Shekhar Kapoor

  85. In which state of India is Kanyakumari located?
    1. Karnataka
    2. Kerala
    3. Tamil Nadu
    4. Lakshdweep

  86. In which of the following is an oil refinery located?
    1. Agra
    2. Bhopal
    3. Alwar
    4. Mathura

  87. Which of the following is a city state?
    1. Bangkok
    2. Hongkong
    3. Taipei
    4. Singapore

  88. Which of the following has not adopted the rupee as its currency?
    1. Pakistan
    2. Bangladesh
    3. Nepal
    4. Bhutan

  89. Which of the following two countries are associated in the award of the Nobel Prize?
    1. Norway and Denmark
    2. Norway and Sweden
    3. Sweden and Finland
    4. Finland and Poland

  90. Which of the following is a land-locked state?
    1. Vietnam
    2. Peru
    3. Afghanistan
    4. Kenya

  91. Which of the following was awarded the Jawahar Lal Nehru Prize for 2004?
    1. Aung San Su Chi
    2. Ban Ki Moon
    3. Kofi Annan
    4. Kaboos Bin Said

  92. Which of the following TV channels has banned in India recently?
    1. M TV
    2. Channel 4
    3. AXN
    4. HBO

  93. Which of the following countries is not included in the formation of the West Indies cricket team?
    1. Jamaica
    2. Haiti
    3. Barabados
    4. St. Kitts

  94. Who is now the Governor of Jharkhand?
    1. Syed Sibte Razi
    2. Balram Jakhar
    3. E.S.L. Narsingham
    4. K. Sankara Narayanan

  95. What is the name of the musician now known as "Apache Indian"?
    1. Farukh Dhondi
    2. Steven Kapoor
    3. Bappi Lahiri
    4. Adnan Sami

  96. Which of the following positions does Mohmoud Abbas hold at present?
    1. President of Egypt
    2. Prime Minister of Iraq
    3. Care-taker Prime Minister of Bangladesh
    4. President of Palestine

  97. Who has been appointed Chief of Staff to the UN Secretary General recently?
    1. Vijay Nambiar
    2. Shashi Tharoor
    3. Chinmai Garekhan
    4. G. Parthasrathi

  98. Of which of the following countries is Damascus the capital?
    1. Jordan
    2. Lebanon
    3. Syria
    4. Somalia

  99. Who is the present Director-General of the World Trade Organisation?
    1. Pascal Lamy
    2. Shinzo Abe
    3. Mark Mahaney
    4. Chris Gibson Smith

  100. In which country is Davos located?
    1. France
    2. Switzerland
    3. Morocco
    4. Brazil

  101. With which game is Andre Agassi associated?
    1. Football
    2. Hockey
    3. Tennis
    4. Golf

  102. Who is the author of the best seller "The Alchemy of Desire"?
    1. Arundhati Roy
    2. Tarun Tejpal
    3. Kiran Desai
    4. Vikram Seth

  103. With which of the following sports is Santosh Yadav related?
    1. Weight lifting
    2. Racing
    3. Mountaineering
    4. Swimming

  104. Which of the following countries has not so far developed recovery technique for space satellites?
    1. China
    2. India
    3. France
    4. Russia

  105. What is Orkut?
    1. a TV serial
    2. a reality show
    3. a TV channel
    4. a website

  106. Which of the following is not included among the Baltic states?
    1. Denmark
    2. Poland
    3. Latvia
    4. Sweden

  107. Which of the following Padma awardees of 2007 is not an Indian citizen?
    1. Khushwant Singh
    2. Ela Gandhi
    3. Bakul Dholakia
    4. Fali S Sorabji

  108. Which of the following women of Indian origin has been appointed CEO of a multi-national company recently?
    1. Sunita Williams
    2. Indra Nooyi
    3. Jhumpa Lahiri
    4. Ruth Praver Jhabvala

  109. Which of the following countries if the largest produced of natural gas in the world?
    1. Saudi Arabia
    2. Iran
    3. Venezuela
    4. Russia

  110. Which of the following states in Indian has exceeded the 50% limit on reservation in government jobs?
    1. Kerala
    2. Tamil Nadu
    3. Bihar
    4. West Bengal

  111. What does the movement "Salva Judum" aim at fighting against?
    1. Atrocities on Dalits
    2. Discrimination against minorities
    3. Acquisition of agricultural land for industrial purposes
    4. Maoist Violence

  112. Which of the following offices does Nancy Pelosi occupy in the USA?
    1. Speaker of the House of Representatives
    2. Commerce Secretary
    3. Governor of Texas
    4. Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia

  113. How many women form a team in a Basketball game?
    1. 6
    2. 4
    3. 9
    4. 11

  114. With which sport is Jeev Milkha Singh associated?
    1. Table Tennis
    2. Volleyball
    3. Billiards
    4. Golf

  115. What do the Tatas plan to produce at Singoor?
    1. Cement
    2. Computers
    3. Small Cars
    4. Steel

  116. Which of the Sikh Gurus was imprisoned by Jahangir but later released?
    1. Guru Arjun Dev
    2. Guru Tegh Bahadur
    3. Guru Hargovind
    4. Guru Govind Singh

  117. Which two European countries owned the steel maker Corus company, now acquired by the Tatas?
    1. Britain and Belgium
    2. Britain and Holland
    3. France and Germany
    4. Britain and Switserland

  118. IN which state of India is Sriharikota located?
    1. Orissa
    2. Andhra Pradesh
    3. Tamil Nadu
    4. Maharashtra

  119. In which state of India is the Armed Forces Special Powers Act still in force?
    1. Tripura
    2. Mizoram
    3. Manipur
    4. Nagaland

  120. Which of the following countries is the largest supplier of military equipment to India?
    1. Russia
    2. Israel
    3. USA
    4. Britain

  121. In which of the following cities is the famous Al Aqasa mosque located?
    1. Baghdad
    2. Mecca
    3. Jerusalem
    4. Cairo

  122. Which of the following industrial establishments has been honoured with the BML Munjal Award for excellence in learning and development for the year 2006?
    1. HMT
    2. SAIL
    3. BHEL
    4. BCCL

  123. Which of the following temples in India was the first to open its doors to the Dalits?
    1. Meenakshi Temple at Madurai
    2. Vishwanath Temple at Varanasi
    3. Raghunath Temple at Jammu
    4. Laxminarayan Temple at Wardha

  124. Which of the following is the main recommendation of the Sachchar Commission?
    1. The creamy layer principle should not apply to SC/ST reservations
    2. The reservation policy should by applied to the private sector also
    3. Minorities, particularly Muslims, should also benefit from the reservation policy
    4. Upper caster poor should be treated at par with SCs

  125. Which of the following countries is not in the race for the permanent membership of the UN security council?
    1. Japan
    2. Germany
    3. Brazil
    4. Australia

  126. Which historical personality has received praise in Norman Mauler's latest novel "The Castle in the Forest"?
    1. Joseph Stalin
    2. Adolf Hitler
    3. Winston Churchill
    4. Fidel Castro

  127. Which of the following batsmen has scored quadruple, triple and double centuries in International Cricket?
    1. Sunil Gavaskar
    2. Brian Lara
    3. Sachin Tendulkar
    4. Clive LLoyd

  128. The inhabitants of which of the following countries are called Kiwis?
    1. Kenya
    2. Australia
    3. South Africa
    4. New Zealand

  129. Which of the following ruler appointed Megasthenes as his envoy?
    1. Alexander
    2. Taimur
    3. Julius Caesar
    4. Seleucus

  130. What is the minimum age of a candidate for election as President of India?
    1. 40 years
    2. 30 years
    3. 35 years
    4. 28 years

  131. In which year was the first rail line opened in India?
    1. 1853
    2. 1870
    3. 1875
    4. 1862

  132. Which of the following states does not have a separate High Court?
    1. Uttarakhand
    2. Haryana
    3. Kerala
    4. Orissa

  133. In which year did the first Agricultural University start functioning in India?
    1. 1953
    2. 1957
    3. 1960
    4. 1963

  134. Who wrote the "Geet Govind"?
    1. Keshav Das
    2. Jai Dev
    3. Nand DAs
    4. Bihari

  135. In which of the following cities is the International Court of Justice located?
    1. Geneva
    2. Rome
    3. Paris
    4. The Hague

  136. Who was the first woman to win the maximum number of medals in an Olympic?
    1. P.T. Usha
    2. Yulia Nesteranko
    3. Marain Jone
    4. Fanny Blankers Koen

  137. Who among the following was the first Indian woman athlete to win a medal in a world class tournament?
    1. Kunjurani Devi
    2. Anju Bobby George
    3. Aparna Popat
    4. Sania Nehwal

  138. Which of the following countries was admitted to the European Union as a member in 2007?
    1. Romania
    2. Armenia
    3. Turkey
    4. Ukraine

  139. Which of the following is known as the "Red Planet"?
    1. Venus
    2. Saturn
    3. Mars
    4. Jupiter

  140. In which country was the book fair with "Today's India" as its theme and India as the guest country, organised in 2006?
    1. Japan
    2. Germany
    3. France
    4. Britain

  141. Which of the following Indo-Anglican writers has not so far recived the Booker Prize?
    1. Arundhati Roy
    2. Kiran Desai
    3. Salman Rushdi
    4. Vikram Seth

  142. To which country does Muhammad Yunus, the winner of the Nobel Prize for peace in 2006, belong?
    1. Egypt
    2. Indonesia
    3. Iran
    4. Bangladesh

  143. Which of the following countries won the Hockey World Cup for 2006?
    1. Poland
    2. Germany
    3. Australia
    4. Holland

  144. Which of the following cricket players has the record of scoring more than 8000 runs and also taking more than 200 wickets?
    1. Kapil Dev
    2. Jacques Kallis
    3. Brian Lara
    4. None of these

  145. In which country is Doha, a venue of WTO meetings, situated?
    1. Qatar
    2. Morocco
    3. Kuwait
    4. Bahrain

  146. Who was the youngest circket plater to make a century?
    1. Sachin Tendulkar
    2. Sunil Gavaskar
    3. A. H. Kardar
    4. Ricky Ponting

  147. Which of the following planets, is closest to the sun?
    1. Jupiter
    2. Mercury
    3. Saturn
    4. Mars

  148. Which of the following comets reappears after the shortest period?
    1. Briela's Comet
    2. Di Vico's Comet
    3. Hairlay's Comet
    4. Donati's Comet

  149. Which of the following mountain peaks is situated outside the borders of India?
    1. Godwin Austin
    2. Nanga Parvat
    3. Nanda Devi
    4. Dhaulagiri

  150. Which of the following oceans has the smallest area in the world?
    1. Atlantic ocean
    2. Arctic ocean
    3. Indian ocean
    4. Pacific ocean

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