General Knowledge - Current Affairs, General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK for UPSC, Bank PO & All Exams

1. Consider the following statements:
1. Generation Based Incentives has been launched in India for promotion of electricity production by clean methods
2. The national policy on Biofuels has enshrined an indicative target of 20% blending of biofuels, both for bio-diesel and bio-ethanol, by 2017
Which among the above is/ are correct statements?

2. The name of which of the following persons of Indian Origin is associated with the Indian Hospice at Jerusalem ?

3. With which of the following dance forms the name of Lata Pada is associated with ?

4. Which among the following refer to the "Statement of Financial Position" as per the Financial Statements released under IFRS?

5. Many a times we read in the newspapers that in India, while rice (non-basmati) exports are banned, basmati (an aromatic premium rice variety) can be exported without quantitative limits subject to a specified MEP. What does MEP stands for here?

6. In context with the "Infrastructure Financing" consider the following limitations in India: 1. The Balance sheets of the Banks are smaller as compared to the Infrastructure Projects2. Most of the banks offer loans on shorter periods than the demands of the Infrastructure Projects3. In India, the Consortium Lending is not allowed for Infrastructure projectsWhich among the above statements is/ are correct?

7. Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR) comes in which among the following categories?

8. Which of the following Monsoons account for most of the rainfall in India?

9. Which among the following South East Asian country is Landlocked?

10. Consider the following statements regarding the GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) and LMO (Living Modified Organism): 1. GMO are essentially dead , while the LMO are alive and can grow2. GMO are patentable, while LMO are not patentable 3. GMO are modified using Genetic Engineering, while LMO are modified by other technologies. Which among the above statements is / are correct?

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    Vespa crabro
    European hornet.

    Key Uses:
  • Constipation
  • Disorders of the female reproductive organs
  • Mucous membrane problems
  • Premenstrual depression
  • Red, swollen skin complaints, such as boils, itchy bumps, weals, and lentil-shaped spots
  • Stinging, burning pains

    Origin : Native to Europe.

    Background : The female hornet has a severe sting, but it is rarely fatal.

    Preparation : The whole, live insect is steeped in alcohol, diluted, and succussed.

    Remedy Profile : People for whom Vespa is best suited are prone to insomnia, often due to anxiety. Their nerves and muscles are often sensitive.
    Red, swollen skin complaints and disorders of the female reproductive organs are usually treated with Vespa. Typical skin symptoms include sore, stinging boils, raised, itchy bumps and weals, and itchy, lentil-shaped spots. Stinging, burning pains, as if the body is being pierced by something sharp, are another symptom associated with this remedy.
    Vespa is also used for mucous membrane problems and complaints associated with menstruation, such as premenstrual depression, pain, and constipation.

    Symptoms Better : For washing the hands in cold water; for bathing the affected area with vinegar.

    Symptoms Worse : For closed, stuffy surroundings; for being by a source of direct heat.

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