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1. Sir Thomas Roe came as an official ambassador from King James I of England to which Mughal emperor's court?
2. Which Of The Following Is A Money Function? A) Medium Of Exchange B) Unit Of Account C) Store Of Value D) All Of The Above
D. Money has main 3 functions and some other functions as well: a. Medium of Exchange b. Unit of Account c. Store of value Other functions are: i. The Basis of Credit ii. A measure of Value iii. A standard of postponed payment.
4. Who is the author of the delightful and anecdotal history of Indian cricket titled - 'A Corner of a Foreign Field: The Indian History of a British Sport'? 1. Ramachandra Guha 2. Romila Thapar 3. Sanjay Singh 4. Bipin Chandra
The answer is (1) Ramachandra Guha. The book was published in 2002.
5. Name the author of the 2019 released book - 'The Scent of God'. 1. Himanjali Sankar 2. Saikat Majumdar 3. Githa Hariharan 4. Nayantara Sehgal
The answer is (2) Saikat Majumdar. The book was published in the Genre - 'Gay Fiction'
6. Only one Indian batsman has scored a triple century in test cricket other than Virender Sehwag. Name this batsman. 1. Shikhar Dhawan 2. Rohit Sharma 3. Karun Nair 4. Ajinkya Rahane
Answer is (3) Karun Nair. He hit the triple century against England.
7. Which of the following is an Indian Research Station in the Antarctica Region? 1. Maitri 2. Orcadas 3. Mawson 4. Hope Bay
1. Maitri is the Indian Research Station in the Antartica Region
8. Which of the following is NOT a nationalised bank? 1. State Bank of India 2. Punjab National Bank 3. United Bank of India 4. Punjab and Sind Bank
1. State Bank of India During the nationalisation of the banks in 1969 SBI was not included in the list because it was already a state-owned financial institution.
9. In which period was the legendary Victoria Terminus station (currently Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus), Mumbai built? 1. 1878 to 1888 2. 1911 to 1921 3. 1933 to 1943 4. 1843 to 1853
It took 10 years to built this station started in 1878 and completed in 1888. It was designed by the British architect F.W Stevens.