Principle : When two or more persons agree to do, or cause to be done, an illegal act, or an act which is not illegal by illegal means


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DIRECTIONS : Answer the Questions 1-3, by application of the following legal principle :

When two or more persons agree to do, or cause to be done, an illegal act, or an act which is not illegal by illegal means, 
such an agreement is designated a criminal conspiracy :
Provided that no agreement except an agreement to commit an offence shall amount to a criminal conspiracy unless some act besides 

the agreement is done by one or more parties to such agreement in pursuance thereof.
It is immaterial whether the illegal act is ultimate object of such agreement, or is merely incidental to that object.

1. John, Thomson, Robert, Smith and Chris entered into an agreement to destroy an office building of the Government of India. John purchased AK-47 rifles and guns and explosive. Thomson supplied vehicles. Robert contributed money. Smith and Chris made arrangements, conducted meetings and made plans for the commission of the act. John, Thomson and Robert before reaching the office building were apprehended by police and were shot dead. Decide about the offence of Smith and Chris:
(a) Smith and Chris are not guilty of conspiracy as they had not gone in the vehicle for committing crime.
(b) Liability of Smith and Chris comes to end with the death of main accused persons viz. John,       Thomson and Robert
(c) As no offence is committed no one is responsible
(d) Smith and Chris are to be punished as it is immaterial in the criminal law, whether illegal act is 
       ultimate object of the agreement or merely incidental to that object.

2. In case of conspiracy, there must be:

(a) two or more persons

(b) more than one person
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) only (b) is correct and (a) is incorrect.

3. The gist of the offence of criminal conspiracy is
(a) agreement is necessary between two or more persons to do or cause to be done an illegal act
(b) a legal act by illegal means followed by an overt act to be done or cause to be done according to 
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) none of these above.

4. What does the abbreviation POTA means
(a) Prevention of Terrorism Act
(b) Prevention of Terrorists Act
(c) Punishment of Terrorists Act
(d) None of these.

5. FIR stands for 
(a) Fact Information Report
(b) Further Information Report
(c) Frequent Information Report
(d) First Information Report.

6. Which is true about the following statement:
(a) Charge-sheet is signed by complainant only
(b) Charge-sheet is signed by both complainant and opposite party
(c) Charge-sheet is signed by the Investigating Officer and sent to court
(d) Charge-sheet is signed by Magistrate only.

7. A candidate for the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, as per the rulings of Supreme Court of India shall have to disclose
(a) assets and antecedents
(b) educational qualifications
(c) previous nomination
(d) both (a) and (b).

8. The Book "Ignited Minds : Unleashing The Power Within India" is written by
(a) L.K. Advani
(b) Atal Bihari Vajpayee
(c) Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(d) None of these.

9. The Chief Minister ship in the State of Jammu and Kashmir after 3 years term of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed shall go to

(a) CPI-M
(b) BJP
(c) Congress
(d) National Allies.

10. Ignorance of law is
(a) not an excuse in Indian Law
(b) is an excuse in Indian Law
(c) no such legal principle is followed in Indian Law
(d) partly an excuse in Indian Law.

11. An accused below the age of 18 years for committing an offence can be tried under:
(a) Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860)
(b) Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) being a minor, he is not to be punished.

12. Justice V.N. Khare sworn in as
(a) 32nd Chief Justice of Supreme Court
(b) 33rd Chief Justice of Supreme Court
(c) 30th Chief Justice of Supreme Court
(d) 31st Chief Justice of Supreme Court

13. Mufti Mohammad Sayeed became the
(a) Sixth Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir
(b) Fifth Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir
(c) Fourth Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir
(d) Seventh Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

14. Dr. C. Rangarajan became the Chairman of
(a) 12th Finance Commission
(b) 11th Finance Commission
(c) 13th Finance Commission
(d) 14th Finance Commission.

15. The Law declared by the Supreme Court of India is binding upon all the Courts subordinate to it in India

(a) under article 141 of the Constitution of India

(b) under article 139 of the Constitution of India
(c) under article 132 of the Constitution of India
(d) None of these.


16. Who among the following personalities was the Chairperson to review the working of the Constitution
(a) Ram Jethmalani
(b) Justice Venkatachaliah
(c) Pramod Mahajan
(d) L.K. Advani.

17. The right to education under article 21A was inserted in the Constitution of India by
(a) Constitution (Eighty-fourth Amendment) Act, 2001
(b) Constitution (Eighty-fifth Amendment) Act, 2001
(c) Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002
(d) it was original article in the Constitution of India.

18. Which one of the following is considered as the Guardian of the Constitution of India
(a) President of India
(b) Lok Sabha
(c) Supreme Court of India
(d) Chief Justice of India.

19. Planning in India derives its objectives from the
(a) Directive Principles of State Policy
(b) Preamble of the Constitution
(c) Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General
(d) Report of the Governors of the States.

20. India is called a "Republic" because
(a) the Union Ministers are accountable to Lok Sabha
(b) the sovereignty vests in people of India
(c) the Union Ministers hold office only during the pleasure of the President

(d) the President, is head of the State, in India.

21. The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years:
(a) under article 21
(b) under article 32
(c) under article 21A
(d) under article 14.

22. A political party is officially accorded the status of an opposition party in Lok Sabha, only if it secures at least
(a) 4 per cent. of the seats
(b) 10 per cent. of the seats
(c) 5 per cent. of the seats
(d) 15 per cent. of the seats.

23. The State shall endeavour to provide early childhood care and education for all children until is they complete the age of six years: This provision is made in the Constitution 86th Amendment in
(a) article 45 of the Constitution
(b) article 245 of the Constitution
(c) article 345 of the Constitution
(d) article 145 of the Constitution.

24. The system of Panchayati Raj is
(a) a financial structure
(b) a Physical structure
(c) an administrative structure
(d) a cocktail of all the above.

25. The Supreme Court of India reviews its own Judgment or Pronouncement under
(a) Article 137
(b) Article 132
(c) Article 139
(d) Article 141.

26. Economic Justice, an important objective of the Constitution of India, is embeded in the

(a) Preamble
(b) Preamble and Directive Principles
(c) Directive Principles
(d) Fundamental Rights.

27. According to the Constitution of India, concentration of wealth violates
 the Directive Principles
(b) the concept of the Welfare State
(c) the spirit of the Constitution
(d) the right to freedom.

28. The Constitution of India provides a status to Hindi as :
 the official language of the Union
(b) a language for inter-State communications
(c) the national language of India
(d) the language of communication between the Union and the States.

29. The concept of 'Hindutva' is well interpreted by the Supreme Court in
 the Minerva Mills case
(b) the Babri Masjid case
(c) the Golak Nath case
(d) the Manohar Joshi case.

30. The duties and functions assigned to the Attorney General of India are
 to regulate State expenditure and accounts
(b) to arbitrate in disputes between the Union and the States
(c) to render legal advice to the Union Government
(d) both (b) and (c).

31. A Member of Parliament can be disqualified on grounds of defection :
 if he voluntarily resigns from membership of the Party on whose ticket he contested the election
(2) if he votes or abstains from voting contrary to directions issued by the political party without prior permission
(3) if he takes a stand contrary to the stand of the Party
(4) if he joins a political party other than the one on whose ticket he contested the election and got elected:
(a) 2, 3 and 4.

(b) 1, 3 and 4.

(c) 1, 2 and 4.
(d) 1, 2 and 3.

32. Which of the following Schedule appended to the Constitution of India, contains the list of regional languages :
 Eighth Schedule
(b) Second Schedule
(c) Fifth Schedule
(d) Seventh Schedule.

33. The source/sources from which money flow into the Consolidated Fund of India is/are :
(b) repayment of loans
(c) fresh loans
(d) all the above.

34. The reservation of seats under article 243D in Part-IX of the Constitution shall not apply to the State of
 Arunachal Pradesh
(b) Andhra Pradesh
(c) Madhya Pradesh
(d) Uttar Pradesh.

35. The special status of Jammu and Kashmir implies that the State has :
 a separate Judiciary
 a separate Constitution
(c) a separate administrative-structure
(d) both (a) and (b).


Read the following passage and answer the Questions 36 to 50.

"Survival is the most essential factor for every living organism. People resort to different tricks to make both ends meet. One such live instance is mentioned here. Villagers of Makhrada village believed that a witch lived in the dense forest near Makhrada. The passers-by were much harassed by the witch who used to frighten them and also took their belongings. In the village there lived a young man named Dhiru, who was fond of adventures. When he heard about the witch, he did not believe that it was one of the witches who ate flesh. But there was something else about the witch, which made Dhiru curious. She did not eat flesh but took away the belongings of the people. Therefore, he was keen to solve this mystery.

He set out with a bag of mangoes. He walked through the forest till it was mid-day. He took shelter under a shady tree and pretended to be fast asleep. However, after sometime, he really fell asleep. After a while, he felt that someone was trying to snatch his bag of mangoes. Suddenly, he woke up and caught hold of the person. It was the witch who tried to frighten Dhiru and ran away. But Dhiru was strong and bold enough to hold the witch fast. The witch finally surrendered. Dhiru forced her to tell him who she really was. The witch removed her mask and narrated her sad story. She told that she was a poor old widow and had nobody to look after her. Therefore, she used to live in the forest, wearing a mask. People passing through the forest got frightened due to her appearance and took her for a witch. She then robbed the people of their belongings to make both ends meet. Dhiru took pity on her and gave her bag of mangoes."

36. What made Dhiru curious?
 the fearful appearance of the witch
(b) the fact that the witch lived in the forest
(c) the fearful attitude of the people towards the witch
(d) the distinct difference between this witch and the other witches.

37. Why did Dhiru enter the forest ?
 to find out the truth about the witch
(b) to give the bag of mangoes to the witch
(c) to sleep under a shady tree
(d) none of these.

38. What did the witch do soon after Dhiru caught her ?
 she tried to frighten Dhiru and ran away
(b) she removed her mask and showed him her face
(c) she narrated her sad story to Dhiru
(d) both (b) & (c).

39. Which of the following qualities of Dhiru helped him to overpower the witch ?
 courage and strength

(b) courage and intelligence

(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) none of these.

40. How was the witch described in this passage different from other witches?
 other witches used to eat flesh while this witch did not
(b) other witches were not fearful as this witch was
(c) both (a) and (b)
(d) none of these.

41. When the witch came to snatch away the bag, Dhiru was
(a) pretending to be awake
(b) fast asleep under the shady tree
(c) looking fast asleep but he was awake
(d) none of these.

42. Which of the following made the widow look frightening ?
 her dirtiness
(b) her ugly look
(c) her vulgar mask
(d) her gestures.

43. According to the author, people play different tricks in order to
(a) earn their bread
(b) frighten others
(c) connect both ends of the forest
(d) both (a) and (b).

44. Which of the following is not true in context of the passage ?
 the witch had no relatives to take care of her
(b) the witch was really a fearful monster
(c) Dhiru was stronger than the witch
(d) the villagers did not know that the witch was wearing a mask.

45. The real sad story of the witch, made Dhiru
 feel sympathy for her
(b) eager to solve the mystery about the witch
(c) curious to take her out of pitiable conditions
(d) both (a) and (c).

46. The phrase 'took her for' used in the passage means
(a) considered
(b) sought
(c) offered
(d) remembered.

47. The word 'harassed' used in the passage means 

(a) misled

(b) troubled
(c) hapzled
(d) deceived.

48. The word "keen" used in the passage means
(b) curious
(c) careful
(d) efficient.

49. The word "finally" used in the passage is opposite to 
(b) usually
(c) lately
(d) timely.

50. The word "fast" used in the passage is opposite to
(b) loosely
(c) lightly
(d) steadily.
DIRECTIONS : (Questions 51 to 61)
In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage against each. Four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
"Bret Bonson loved animals 51 on a family owned zoo. He had grown up caring for antelope, deer and wild cats. He was 52, at times stubbornly, protective. Once, when a tiger cub was born with a deformed leg, the local veterinarian and Bret's parents 53 the animal would never live a full life. Even so, the boy bottle-fed the cub and cared for it. 54 Bret's mothering, the cub died, but Bret's mothering 55 lived on.
He worked at a Safari Park where, in 1980, he trained his first African elephant and found his true 56. From the beginning Bonson was 57 by elephants. They have the 58 force to uproot trees and can outrun the fastest human sprinter. But they also have 59 fine motor skills. The same trunk that could 60 the front end of an automobile or fracture a predator's skull could gently 61 a peanut from the fingers of a small child."

51. (a) raised
(b) built
(c) erected
(d) created

52. (a) fiercely

(b) actually
(c) methodically
(d) suitably
53. (a) believed
(b) expressed
(c) valued
(d) exhibited
54. (a) despite
(b) although
(c) instead
(d) unless
55. (a) care
(b) passion
(c) love
(d) instinct
56. (a) calling
(b) friend
(c) abode
(d) attitude
57. (a) owed
(b) attacked
(c) attached
(d) alarmed
58. (a) brute
(b) empowered
(c) tall
(d) high
59. (a) durable
(b) domestic
(c) dubious
(d) delicate
60. (a) hoist
(b) deflate
(c) disturb
(d) deflate
61. (a) pluck
(b) touch
(c) abandon
(d) protect
DIRECTIONS : (Questions 62 to 66) Choose the word which is nearly the same in meaning to the key word.
62. Magisterial
(a) wretched
(b) scant
(c) dignified
(d) remissness.
63. Corroborate
(a) contradict
(b) confirm
(c) discredit
(d) dissimilar.
64. Provoke
(a) influence
(b) decline
(c) discourage
(d) instigate.
65. Interprete
(a) to cause
(b) exonerate
(c) explain
(d) exaggerate.
66. Confess
(a) admit
(b) refuse
(c) hide
(d) transfer.

DIRECTIONS : (Questions 67 to 70) Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the key word.

67. Accuse
(a) exonerate
(b) impeach
(c) to blame
(d) to cause
68. Deceit
(a) favourable
(b) harmful
(c) dishonesty
(d) honesty.
69. Infringe
(a) obey
(b) transgress
(c) review
(d) disobey.
70. Rational 
(b) sane
(c) prompt
(d) active.

71. In the first 10 over of a cricket match, the run rate counts 3.2. What should be the run rate in the rest 40 over to reach the target of 282 runs
(b) 6.15
(c) 6.25
(d) 6.5.
72. Pawan goes 10 metres east from the starting point A, then 10 metres north reaching the foot of a vertical pole 5 metres high, on the top of which a green blinking light is fitted. What is the actual distance in metres of the green light as observed from A :

(b) 18
(c) 15
(d) 10
73. Find out the missing link in the following series :
1/2, 3/4, 5/8, 7/16, .......... 11/64, ..........
 9/32, 13/128
(b) 9/32, 12/116
(c) 8/24, 12/114
(d) none of these.

74. What is the ratio of the areas of two circles whose radii are in the ratio 1:2 ?

(a) 1 : 2
(b) 1 : 3
(c) 1 : 4
(d) 2 : 7.
75. Two men can finish construction of a wall in 8 days. How many men are required to finish the construction in half-a-day?
(a) 16
(b) 32
(c) 48
(d) 24.
76. The examination paper contains 2 parts of 4 questions each. The candidate has to attend 5 questions with the limit of 3 questions of either part as per direction, what is his option
(a) 96
(b) 36
(c) 48
(d) none of these.

77. A vendor provides 10% discount on the purchase of an item. If paid in cash immediately, a further discount of 12% is given. If the original price of the item is 
Rs. 250, what is the selling price of the article if a cash purchase is made
(a) Rs. 200
(b) Rs. 198
(c) Rs. 189
(d) Rs. 180.

78. A triangle which has no sides equal is called :
(a) equilateral triangle
(b) scalene triangle
(c) isosceles triangle
(d) data is sufficient.

79. The area of a circle of diameter 14 cm is :
(a) 196 cm2.

(b) 154 cm2.

(c) 44 cm2.
(d) none of these.

80. Mr. X in a running train completed counting of 21 electric polls in one minute. If the gap between two polls is 50 metres, find out the speed of the train
(a) 75 km per hour
(b) 45 km per hour
(c) 60 km per hour
(d) 85 km per hour.

81. One inch is :
(a) 2 cm.
(b) 2.8 cm.
(c) 2.54 cm.
(d) 1.75 cm.

82. Bobby is half his father's age now. Fifteen years ago he was one third of his father's age. How old will Bobby be after 5 years ?
(a) 35
(b) 40
(c) 30
(d) 45.

83. Mr. A. purchased 30 suits of which 8 are of first quality grade and the rest are second quality grade for Rs. 3150/-. Find out the price he must sell the first grade suits so that if he sells the second quality suits at three quarters of the price, he may have a profit of 40% on his total sale
(a) Rs. 120
(b) Rs. 190
(c) Rs. 180
(d) Rs. 200.

84. What is the perimeter of the rectangle ABCD when AD = 3, and BD = 5

(a) 14
(b) 12
(c) 16
(d) 18.

85. Mr. A. travelled a distance of 20 km. out of a total distance of 50 km. What percentage of the total distance he has yet to travel?
(a) 60%
(b) 35%
(c) 80%
(d) 45%.

86. Neeru is Sohan's mother's daughter's daughter. What is the relationship with Sohan ?
(a) niece
(b) aunt
(c) friend
(d) nephew.

87. The average age of a committee of five members is the same as it was five years ago, a young man having been substituted for one of them. The new man, compared to the replaced man, is younger in age by :
(a) 5 yrs.
(b) 25 yrs.
(c) 18 yrs.
(d) 12 yrs.

88. Suman is older than Manju but Manju is not older than Geeta. If Geeta is older than Manju but not older than Suman, then which one of the following is the correct relationship ?
(a) Geeta is older than Suman
(b) Geeta is the younger of them all
(c) Geeta is the oldest among all three
(d) Suman is older than Geeta.

89. If 7% of the sale price of an article is equivalent to 8% of its cost price and 9% of its sale price exceeds 10% of its cost price by Re. 1, then what is the cost price of the article?
(a) Rs. 250
(b) Rs. 350
(c) Rs. 450

(d) Rs. 150.

90. If Sita is a faster sprinter than Gita and Meera, Gita is faster than Lucy, but slower than Riya, then who is the slowest ?
(a) Lucy
(b) Sita
(c) Meera
(d) Riya.

For questions 91 to 96; refer to the given diagram and state which one of the logical relationships are represented by the given questions ?

91. Managers, Labourers, Supervisors
(a) A
(b) C
(c) D
(d) B.

92. Language, English, Artistic work
(a) D
(b) C
(c) A
(d) B.

93. Exporters, Financiers, Businessmen
(a) D
(b) C
(c) A
(d) B.

94. Workers, Literate, Trained
(a) A
(b) C
(c) C
(d) D.

95. Female, Mothers, Children
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D.

96. Mechanics, Chemists, Cashiers
(a) B
(b) A
(c) D
(d) C.

97. Which one of the following numbers is a cube of a number ?
(a) 2,197
(b) 2,742
(c) 1,742
(d) 5,620.

98. Which one of the following is same as 30% of 40% of 560 ?
(a) 15% of 80% of 280.

(b) 60% of 40% of 280.

(c) 30% of 40% of 280.
(d) None of the above.

99. How many triangles are in the following figure?

(a) 10
(b) 16
(c) 8
(d) 20.

100. If the numbers representing volume and surface area of a sphere are equal then the length of the radius of the sphere in terms of the units of measurements will be
(a) 3
(b) 6
(c) 8
(d) 7.
101. A number consists of two digits and its sum is 7. If these two digits are reversed, then the number is increased by 27. Then the number is
(a) 35
(b) 25
(c) 45
(d) 55.

102. The third proportional to 20, 16 is
(b) 12
(c) 18.2
(d) 10.

103. In a class, there are two sections A and B. If 10 students of section B shift over to section A, the strength of A becomes three times the strength of B. But if 10 students shift over from A to B, both A and B become equal in strength. How many students are there in sections A and B

(a) 50 and 30

(b) 45 and 15
(c) 90 and 40
(d) 80 and 40.

104. Which of the following figures has the longest perimeter ?
 a square of side 10 cms
(b) a rectangle of sides 12 cms and 9 cms
(c) a circle of radius 21 cms
(d) a rhombus of side 9 cms.

105. A circular running path is 726 metres in circumference. Two men start from the same point and walk in opposite directions at the speed of 3.75 km. per hour and 4.5 km per hour respectively. Then when will they meet for first chance:
(a) 5.25 minutes
(b) 5.17 minutes
(c) 6.51 minutes
(d) 5.28 minutes.

DIRECTIONS : (Questions 106-110)
The figures of Foreign trade for the financial years starting from 1995-1996 to 2001-2002 are as follows :-


106. Which of the following shows an increase each year

(a) both are equal
(b) trade deficit
(c) exports
(d) imports.

107. The percentage increase in exports is maximum in the year
(b) 1999-2000
(c) 2000-2001
(d) 2001-2002

108. The ratio of imports in comparison to exports is maximum in the year
(b) 1997-1998
(c) 1995-1996
(d) 2000-2001.

109. Total trade deficit for the last five years is
 Rs. 32,332 lakhs
(b) Rs. 33,332 lakhs
(c) Rs. 42,332 lakhs
(d) Rs. 22,332 lakhs.

110. Difference between imports and exports is maximum in the year

(a) 1996-1997

(b) 1998-1999
(c) 1999-2000
(d) 2000-2001.


111. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam elected as
 13th President of India
(b) 12th President of India
(c) 11th President of India
(d) 10th President of India.

112. Who among the following administers the oath of the office to Chief Justice of Supreme Court
 Constitutional Bench of Supreme Court
(b) Preceding Chief Justice of Supreme Court 
(c) President of India

(d) President with two sitting judges of Supreme Court.

113. The first-ever conviction of death sentence under section 3, sub-section (2) of the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 (POTA) and under section 302 of IPC were awarded for offence of
(a) attack on Parliament of India
(b) terrorists attack in State of Gujarat
(c) terrorists attack in State of Assam
(d) terrorists attack on Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir.

114. "East Timor" gains independence in 2002 from 

(a) Indonesia
(b) Brazil
(c) Nyzeria
(d) Malaysia.

115. World Earth Summit was held in September 2002 at
(a) Johannesburg
(b) London
(c) New York
(d) Hague.

116. The second most popular song of the world as voted in a poll by BBC world service is:
(a) Vande Mataram
(b) Irish Republican anthem
(c) John Lenvovis Imagine
(d) Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.

117. Dhirubhai Ambani was the founder of:
(a) Reliance Industries
(b) Tata Industries
(c) Birla Group of Industries
(d) Mafatlal Group of Industries.
118. Mr. Narendra Modi led BJP secured 126 seats in
(a) 182 member Assembly in Gujarat
(b) 172 member Assembly in Gujarat

(c) 192 member Assembly in Gujarat

(d) 162 member Assembly in Gujarat.

119. NDC in relation to 10th Five Year plan 2002-2007 abbreviates for
 National Defence Council
(b) National Development Council
(c) National Drugs Commission
(d) National Dis-investment Commission.

120. Lt. Gen. N.C. Vij took over as
(a) Chief of Navy
(b) Chief of Air Force
(c) Chief of Army
(d) Chief of both Army and Navy.

121. European Union Emerges as the Largest Market of the World on 13th December 2002 because:
 ten new countries joined
(b) twenty new countries joined
(c) fifteen new countries joined
(d) twelve new countries joined.

122. The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) which proved the Stock Market Scam was headed by Mr. Prakash Mani Tripathi. The report was

(a) constituted in April 2001 presented in December 2002
(b) constituted in April 2002 presented in December 2002

(c) constituted in August 2002 presented in December 2002

(d) constituted in October 2002 presented in December 2002.

123. First human clone was born on 
(a) 26th December 2002
(b) 27th November 2002
(c) 22nd November 2002
(d) 21st December 2002.

124. The present Solicitor General of India
 Mr. Soli J. Sorabjee
(b) Mr. Kirit N. Raval
(c) Mr. Jana Krishnamurthi
(d) Mr. G.B. Pattnaik.

125. Justice V.N. Khare who became the 33rd Chief Justice of Supreme Court succeeded
(a) Justice G.B. Pattnaik
(b) Justice B.N. Kirpal
(c) Justice S.P. Barucha
(d) Justice J.S. Verma.
126. CIA abbreviates for
(a) Central Investigation Authority of USA
(b) Central Investigation Agency of USA
(c) Central Intelligence Authority of USA

(d) Central Intelligence Agency of USA.

127. 10th Five Year Plan relates to years
(b) 2001-2006
(c) 2000-2005
(d) 2003-2008.

128. First complete Genome Map of Indica Rice was published in 2002 by
(a) Chinese scientists
(b) British scientists
(c) African scientists
(d) American scientists.

129. The Competition Act was passed in the year 2002 to replace
(a) The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969
(b) The Consumer Protection Act, 1986
(c) The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
(d) Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

130. In the 53-year old history of the Supreme Court of India for first time four Chief Justices adorned in a single year i.e. 2002. Those are :
 Justice S.P. Barucha, Justice B.N. Kirpal, Justice G.B. Pattnaik and Justice V.N. Khare

(b) Justice S.P. Barucha, Justice A.S. Anand, Justice J.S. Verma and Justice Kuldip Singh

(c) Justice A.S. Anand, Justice S.K. Krishnamurthy, Justice Kuldip Singh and Justice S.P. Barucha
(d) Justice G.B. Pattnaik, Justice B.N. Kirpal, Justice S.K. Venkatachaliah and Justice J.S. Verma.

131. Who among the following names, has written the book "Empire Falls"
 Richard Russo
(b) Arundhati Roy
(c) Diane Mcwhorter
(d) Winston Churchil.

132. The International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed on
(a) 21st August
(b) 21st May
(c) 21st June
(d) 21st March.

133. The Prisoner's Scrap Book is written by
(a) L.K. Advani
(b) Atal Behari Vajpayee
(c) I.K. Gujral
(d) Usha Khanna.

134. As per estimates of the Reserve Bank of India, the growth rate during 2002-2003 occurred in the range of
(A) 5.5 to 6%
(B) 7 to 7.5%

(C) 6 to 6.5%

(D) 7 to 7.5%

135. Who among the following was appointed India's permanent representative to United Nations succeeding Mr. Kamlesh Sharma
(a) Mr. V.K. Nambiar
(b) Mr. A.K. Antoni
(c) R.K. Kirshnamurthy
(d) Kiran Bedi.

136. Which of the following countries became the first country to adopt Euthanasia (mercy killing to those suffering from incurable diseases)
 The Netherlands
(b) Britain
(c) Australia
(d) USA.

137. The following assumptive Map shows some airports on important air routes in India. Identify the airports using the code given below:


Hyderabad Bhubaneswar Varanasi Lucknow
 6 4 2 1
(b) 5 4 3 1
(c) 6 4 1 3
(d) 5 4 1 2

138. The book "Fission to Fusion : The Story of India's Atomic Energy Programme" is written by

(a) Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(b) E.M. Foster
(c) Mr. M.R. Srinivasan
(d) Mr. John Gray.

139. A Commission constituted to re-adjust territorial constituencies for Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, State Legislative Assemblies on the basis of census figures without affecting the total number of seats to be allocated to each State. Such Commission is called
 Election Advisory Commission
(b) Election Reform Commission
(c) Delimitation Commission
(d) Election Review Commission.

140. First country to have 40% women representation on Company Boards
(b) Switzerland
(c) Thailand
(d) Spain.

141. Inflation occurs
 when money supply grows at a higher rate than GDP in real terms
(b) when fiscal deficit exceeds constantly
(c) when the exchange rate of a currency rises
(d) when the price at essential commodities outstrips income.

142. BIFR was established under the :

(a) Industrial policy of 1991

(b) Companies Act, 1956
(c) W.T.O.
(d) Sick Industrial Companies Act (SICA).

143. RBI does not transact the business of which State Government ?
 Jammu and Kashmir
(b) Nagaland
(c) Arunachal Pradesh
(d) West Bengal.

144. Mr. Sandeep Pandey received the Magsaysay award for the year
(b) 2001
(c) 2000
(d) 2003.

145. Islam was founded is :
 7th Century BC
(b) 7th Century AD
(c) 3rd Century BC
(d) 3rd Century AD.

146. "M.A. Thomas National Human Rights Award 2002" was received by
 Mr. Harsh Mander
(b) Dr. Kiran Bedi
(c) Shiela Dixit
(d) None of these.

147. Who among the following was the Chairman of the Constituent Assembly for writing of Constitution of India

(a) B.R. Ambedkar
(b) Sardar Ballabhabhai Patel
(c) Rajendra Prasad
(d) Jagatjivan Ram.

148. The book "Mars & Venus : A Match in Heaven" is written by
 Mr. John Gray
(b) Thomas Malthus
(c) Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
(d) None of these above.

149. After Netherlands which country became second in legalising Euthanasia (mercy killing to incurable patients)
(b) Spain
(c) Thailand
(d) Belgium.

150. The words "East Timor" relates to 
(a) specified model-watch in Switzerland
(b) name of a country
(c) early sunrise

(d) name of a passenger train.

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