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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2010


1. The livestock census in India is done every _______?


2. Till January 2010, approximately how many projects have been approved by National CDM Authority in India as a part of the clean development mechanism?


3. Which among the following are the oldest surviving rock-cut caves in India ?


4. Which of the following article deals with annual Financial Statement (Budget)?


5. To bring in more transparency, discourage mis-selling of Ulips & other insurance policies and help investors take informed decisions, what is the free look period given to the consumers?



6. Which among the following state has received the largest chunk in the funds released by the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government for its flagship income generation scheme NREGA?


7. Which among the following indicates Vitamin B12?


8. Recently (in year 2010) we read in the newspapers, that Reserve Bank of India is coming up soon with draft guidelines on the compensation packages of private sector bank chiefs. This move of the RBI is aimed at aligning the salary structures with business performance. This is our central bank's response to the concerns expressed over the high compensation packages of top bank executives at which of the following summits?


9. Which of the following organizations had released the Report titled ‘The Next Revolution’ in first half of 2010 which presented data on child mortality and the causes responsible for it for various countries including India?


10. Under which of the following Ministries of Government of India works the Forward Markets Commission?


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    CEDRON

    Simarouba cedron syn. Simaba cedron, Quassia cedron
    Cedron, rattlesnake beans.

    Key Uses:
  • Neuralgic pains and other nervous system conditions, such as spasms or tics
  • Recurrent fevers, such as those associated with malaria
  • Severe headaches or migraines

    Origin : Found in Central America and northern Brazil.

    Background : Known in Panama as an antidote for snakebite and insect stings if chewed immediately after being bitten, cedron was also used for malaria or fever.

    Preparation : Cotyledons (embryonic shoots) from the dried, ripe seeds are macerated in alcohol.

    Remedy Profile : People who respond best to Cedron tend to be nervous, restless, and even hysterical, possibly experiencing depression following any nervous excitement. They may dread going to bed and fear their friends.
    A characteristic of the complaints associated with Cedron is that they tend to recur at exactly the same hour each day. The remedy is used for recurrent fevers, such as those associated with malaria, and for neuralgic pains and other nervous- system conditions such as spasms or tics. Severe headaches or migraines, perhaps with nausea, fever, or cerebrospinal meningitis, may also respond to Cedron.

    Symptoms Better : For standing erect.

    Symptoms Worse : For open air; at the same time each day; after sleep.


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