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1. India's first international biosphere reserve is called what? Nilgiri biosphere reserve

2. Which general won the Battle of Imphal in 1944? General Slim

3. The party was formed by former state water resources minister T.M Jacob. Name the party. Kerala Congress (Jacob)

4. Mansar Lake is at a distance of 60 km from which Indian city? Jammu

5. The idol of which Goddess has replaced the king in the famous Mysore Dasara procession (402nd edition took place in 2012)? Chamundeshwari

6. Two clues: 1: Sets Sail for India on December 16, 1896 on the Prince Regent Lutipold; 2: Had a close association with Ajit Singh-Raja of Khetri? Ans: Swami Vivekananda

7. Where in Andaman and Nicobar is India's only live volcano? Barren Island

8. Chalukyas had their capital at Vatapi now called Badami. Which district will it be in Karnataka? Ans: Bijapur

9. Who wrote the Panchatantra? Ans: Vishnusharma

10. The three wings of village panchayat are: Gram Sabha, Gram Panchayat and what? Ans: Nyaya Panchayat

11. In which city Gautama Buddha died at the age of 80? Ans: Kushinagar

12. The first municipal corporation was set up in 1688, in which Indian city? Ans: Madras

13. What is the literal meaning of 'Nataraj' in Sanskrit? Ans: Lord of Dance

14. Which is the oldest mountain range in India ? Ans: Aravallis.

15. INS Arihant is India's first what? Ans: Nuclear Submarine

16. Which monument in Delhi was designed by Fariburz Sahba ? Ans: Lotus temple

17. An explorer found a silver coin marked 7 BC. He was told it was a forgery. Why? The label BC only could have come into usage after 0 BC.

18. What day follows the day before yesterday if two days from now will be Sunday? Thursday

19. Bonnie’s father has five daughters but has no sons. Four of thedaughters are named…...

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