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Mohammad 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is BRICS?

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Anand replied | 30/12/2016

BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa

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Santosini 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is Hibernation in animals?

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Shivangi replied | 06/12/2016

Hibernation is condition in which some animals hide themselves in winters for e.g. lizards. It is a state of inactivity.

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Akash 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

In medieval period of India the designations ‘Mahattara’ and ‘Pattakila’ were used for _____?

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Rahul replied | 30/12/2016

Village headman.

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Nageswara 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

How Lichens are useful for soil for ecological balance?

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Er.Sukhwinder replied | 03/12/2016

Another important function of lichens is that they provide a mode of survival in harsh environments where algae cannot normally survive. Since the fungus can protect its algae, these normally water-requiring organisms can live in dry, sunny climates without dying, as long as there are occasional rain showers or flooding to let them recharge and store food for the next drought period....  more»
Another important function of lichens is that they provide a mode of survival in harsh environments where algae cannot normally survive. Since the fungus can protect its algae, these normally water-requiring organisms can live in dry, sunny climates without dying, as long as there are occasional rain showers or flooding to let them recharge and store food for the next drought period. Because lichens enable algae to live all over the world in many different climates, they also provide a means to convert carbon dioxide in the atmosphere through photosynthesis into oxygen, which we all need to survive. «less

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Priya 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What type of gas pollutants released by the steel industries?

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JR JUNIOR IAS replied | 02/12/2016

1. Oxides of Sulphur.
2. Oxides of nitrogen.
3. Carbon monoxide.
4. Carbon dioxide.

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Er.Sukhwinder replied | 03/12/2016

1. Oxides of Sulphur.
2. Oxides of Nitrogen.
3. Carbon monoxide.
4. Carbon dioxide.

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Naveeen 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Sandalwood is mostly grown in which area?

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Roy M replied | 05/12/2016

Mainly, Indian and Australian varieties are available. And in India, it can be easily found in Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Andhra, Kerala, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and U.P. Manipura and in some other states.

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Shravan replied | 07/12/2016

Karnataka.

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Kartika 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Name the kingdom which was associated with the life of Buddha?

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Mukesh replied | 06/12/2016

Kapilavastu in Lumbini (Nepal).

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Chandra 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

The sales tax you pay while purchasing a toothpaste is imposed by whom?

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Mukesh replied | 06/12/2016

State government.

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Dr.sonia replied | 10/12/2016

State government

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Sahiba 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What does venture capital mean?

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Jasmine replied | 16/12/2016

Venture capital is the investment in start-ups made by mammoth investment funds.

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Saddam 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is ‘Marginal Standing Facility Rate’?

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Er.Sukhwinder replied | 03/12/2016

Marginal standing facility (MSF) is a window for banks to borrow from the Reserve Bank of India in an emergency situation when inter-bank liquidity dries up completely.

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Sonam 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Name the countries which are the members of ‘Arctic Council’?

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Jayanthi replied | 16/12/2016

The Arctic Council consists of the eight Arctic States: Canada, the Kingdom of Denmark (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands), Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United States

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Sujish 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

‘Changpa’ community belongs to which state?

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Dr.sonia replied | 10/12/2016

Sikkim

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Shurbik 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Define ‘National Parks’?

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Er.Sukhwinder replied | 03/12/2016

An area of countryside, or occasionally sea or fresh water, protected by the state for the enjoyment of the general public or the preservation of wildlife.

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Vishal 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Where is Turkey located?

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Er.Sukhwinder replied | 03/12/2016

Located in the continent of Asia.

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Deepika replied | 05/12/2016

Western Asia, above Syria.

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Rakhi 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is the role of Rajya Sabha?

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JR JUNIOR IAS replied | 28/12/2016

LOK SABHA: Lok Sabha, as the name itself signifies, is the body of representatives of the people. Its members are directly elected, once in every five years by the eligible population . The minimum qualifying age for membership of the house is 25 years. The present membership of Lok Sabha is 545.
RAJYA SABHA: Rajya Sabha is the upper house of parliament having at most 250 members....  more»
LOK SABHA: Lok Sabha, as the name itself signifies, is the body of representatives of the people. Its members are directly elected, once in every five years by the eligible population . The minimum qualifying age for membership of the house is 25 years. The present membership of Lok Sabha is 545.
RAJYA SABHA: Rajya Sabha is the upper house of parliament having at most 250 members. Members of Rajya sabha are not elected by the people directly but indirectly by the Legislative Assemblies of the various states. No member of Rajya Sabha can be under 30 years of age.
Twelve of Rajya Sabha members are nominated by the President from persons who have earned distinction in the fields of literature, art, science and social service.
Rajya Sabha is a permanent body. It is not subject to dissolution but one-third of its members retire every two years.
Functions of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha:
The main function of both the Houses is to pass laws. Every bill has to be passed by both the houses and assented to by the President before it becomes law. The decision is taken on subjects like defense, banking, coinage, transport, railways, budget, excise and custom duties etc. These are generally known as principle union subjects.
Besides passing laws, Parliament can by means of resolutions, motions for adjournment, discussions and questions addressed by members to Ministers exercise control over the administration of the country and safeguard people's liberties.
Vidhan sabha:
The Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative Assembly, is the lower house (in states with bicameral) or the sole house (inunicameral states) of the state legislature in the different states of india.Members of a Vidhan Sabha are direct representatives of the people of the particular state as they are directly elected by an electorate consisting of all citizens above the age of 18 of that state. Its maximum size as outlined in the constitution of India is not more than 500 members and not less than 60 members, although exceptions exist( e.g: Goa, Sikkim, Mizoram etc).Each Vidhan Sabha assembles for a five-year term, after which all seats are up for election.
Powers of Vidhan sabha:
A "motion of no confidence" against the government in the state can only be introduced in the Vidhan sabha. If it is passed by a majority vote, then the chief minister and his council of ministers must collectively resign.A money bill can only be introduced in Vidhan sabha. In bicameral jurisdictions, after it is passed in the Vidhan sabha,it is sent to the Vidhan parishad (union council or the upper house) then finally to governor of the state. «less

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Chunna 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is the role of Lok Sabha?

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B.a.nagesh replied | 02/12/2016

Lok sabha is the popularly elected House of the Union legislature. It plays a dominant role by sanctioning money for programs undertaken by Govt.

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Mukesh replied | 02/12/2016

Lok Sabha (LS) legislates (makes laws) on subjects in the union list (such as railways, atomic energy, defence, foreign affairs...) and subjects in the concurrent list (such as education). If LS passes a law on a subject in the concurrent list, then that law overrides any law passed by any state government in India.

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I T Roxaana 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is the role of Legislative Assembly?

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Roy M replied | 06/12/2016

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The role of the Legislative Assembly. The New South Wales Parliament has two Houses, the Legislative Assembly, or Lower House, and the Legislative Council, or Upper House. The party, or coalition of parties, that hold the majority in the Legislative Assembly, is commissioned by the Governor to form Government.
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The role of the Legislative Assembly. The New South Wales Parliament has two Houses, the Legislative Assembly, or Lower House, and the Legislative Council, or Upper House. The party, or coalition of parties, that hold the majority in the Legislative Assembly, is commissioned by the Governor to form Government.
http://www.assembly.gov.nt.ca/meet-members/role-members «less

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Dr.sonia replied | 10/12/2016

It is the state law making body and the direct representative of people of concerned state.

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Shubham 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

The president of India is elected by whom?

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Roy M replied | 05/12/2016

Yes, In the Indian system, fashioned after the British Westminster system, the prime minister is the head of Government and is appointed by the Lok Sabha, rather than elected directly by voters as is common in presidential systems. The party holding a majority in the Lok Sabha elects its leader prime minister.

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Mukesh replied | 06/12/2016

Presented of India is elected indirectly by an electoral college that comprises all the elected MP's (both the houses) and the elected MLA's of legislative assemblies of all the states in India.

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Ishfaque 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is ‘Anti - Defection’ contains in Constitution of India?

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Jasmine replied | 16/12/2016

Post election, a candidate cannot change his party.

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Abdul 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

What is the role of Revenue department of India?

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B.a.nagesh replied | 02/12/2016

There is no such thing as Revenue department of India. There are Departments of Excise, Customs and Income tax.

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Sarita 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Define constitutional govt.?

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Roy M replied | 06/12/2016

A system of government based on popular sovereignty in which the structures, powers, and limits of government are set forth in a constitution. They gave us a constitutional democracy in large part to protect minorities from the yearnings of a religious majority.

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Pavan 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

How neem tree is useful to us?

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Jasmine replied | 16/12/2016

Anti bacterial/anti fungal.

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Priya 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

In addition to fingerprint scanning, which of the following can be used in the biometric identification of a person?

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Sriram replied | 29/12/2016

Iris scanning may be done.

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Raja 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Which region is well known for cultivation of Mango?

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Emmanuel replied | 01/12/2016

A region with good rain fall at a certain period and followed by dry period.

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Uday 30/11/2016 in  UPSC Exams Coaching classes, Civil Services (Mains) Coaching(UPSC Exams Coaching classes)

Which region is well known for cultivation of Soyabean?

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Mukesh replied | 26/12/2016

The major soyabean producing states in India: Maharashtra, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

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