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91.

Allocation for waiving farmer’s loan in budget 2008–09 stands at—

(1) Rs. 40,000 crore

(2) Rs. 45,000 crore

(3) Rs. 50,000 crore

(4) Rs. 60,000 crore

92.

Which of the following public sector organisations is listed on New York Stock Exchange?

(1) SAIL

(2) MTNL

(3) GAIL

(4) None of these

93.

Which one of the following is the correct combination?

1

1997

2

2006

3

2000

4

1981

5

1971

i year

Kiran Desai

Jhumpa Lahiri

iii Creation The Inheritance of Loss Interpreter Maladies The God of Small Things Midnight's Children In a Free State of

Iv Award Booker

Booker

Pulitzer

Booker

Booker

ii Author Arundhati Roy

Salman Rushdie

V.S. Naipaul

(1) 1-ii, 3-i, 3-iii, 5-iv

(2) 5-i, 2-iv, 3-ii, 5-iii

(3) 3-i, 5-ii, 2-iii, 4-iv

(4) 2-i, 4-ii, 5-iii, 1-iv

94.

For International payments the Indian currency is linked to:

(1) British Sterling

(2) American dollar

(3) International oil price (4) Gold Standard

95.

Which of the following team secured the runner-up position in India’s National Football League 2006-

07? (1) East Bengal Club

(2) Mahindra United

(3) JCT, Phagwara

(4) Dempo SC

96.

The outlay of Railways annual plan 2008–09 (as Rail Budget 2008–09) has been hiked by 21% which

stands at— (1) Rs. 35,000 crore

(2) Rs. 37,500 crore

(3) Rs. 40,000 crore

(4) Rs. 42,000 crore

97.

Which of the following is NOT the name of the sensitive index of any global stock exchange?

(1) Nasdaq

(2) Nikkei

(3) Kospi

(4) Combix

98.

Starbucks, the coffee chain retailer’s name is inspired from which book

(1) The Scarlet Letter

(2) Mobydick

(3) Uncle Tom’s Cabin

(4) None of these

99.

Daiichi Sankyo, which has taken a major stake in India’s pharma company Ranbaxy, is a firm based in:

(1) China

(2) South Korea

(3) North Korea

  • 100.

    During the year 2006–07 Indian Railways earned a profit of approximately

    • (1)

      Rs. 20,000 crores (2) Rs. 14,000 crores (3) Rs. 18,000 crores

  • 101.

    The banking sector will fall under which of the following sectors?

    • (1)

      Agricultural Sector (2) Service Sector (3) Manufacturing

  • 102.

    Who was the composer of the classical composition ‘Moonlight Sonata’?

  • (4)

    Japan

  • (4)

    Rs. 16,500 crores

  • (4)

    Industrial Sector

  • (1)

    Ludwig Van Beethoven

  • (3)

    Johann Bach

  • (2)

    Joseph Haydn

  • (4)

    Handel

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