India is referred to as a ‘Super Power’ in the world in which one of the following non-Conventional sources of energy?
a) Solar Energy
b) Wind Power
c) Bio Gas
d) Tidal Energy
Which one of the following is a public interest group?
b) Railway Employees Union of India
c) Sarafa Bazar Union
d) Merchant’s Union
Which one of the following is the main source of credit for rich urban households?
d) Self-help groups
Which one of the following was the main aim to form ‘World Trade Organisation’?
a) To liberalise international trade
b) To promote trade of rich countries
c) To promote trade of poor countries
d) To promote bilateral trade
Hallmark is the certification maintained for standardisation for which one of the following?
b) Electrical goods
c) Edible oil
Which one of the following was the main reason to withdraw Non-cooperation Movement?
a) Movement turning violent
b) Leaders were tired
c) Satyagrahis needed to be trained
d) All of the above
The artisans, industrial workers and peasants revolted against which one of the following
a) Economic Hardship
b) Political Instability
d) Revolutionary War
Which one among the following countries has a two-party system?
a) United Kingdom
Democracies are different from one another in terms of which one of the following?
b) Social situations
c) Economic activities
d) All the above
Who, among the following, led the Scholars Revolt of 1868, in Vietnam?
a) Teachers and Students
c) Officials of Imperial Court
d) The Elites