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Question 1 of 6
Consider the following statements about the WTO.
1. Ministerial conference, the top level decision making body meets once in two years.
2. The ministerial conference also acts as the Dispute Settlement Body.
Choose the correct statements
Ministerial conference is the top level decision making body. It meets once in two years. The trade and commerce ministers of the member countries forms this council.
The ambassadors or other representatives appointed by member countries constitute the General council. This council also acts as the dispute settlement body. It functions under the ministerial conference.
Question 2 of 6
Which of the following in not a hot/warm wind?
Foehn – Dry wind – Central Europe and Mediterranean areas
Brickfielder – Dry wind – Southern Australian Desert
Harmattan – Dry Wind – West African subcontinent
Mistral – Cold wind – Southern France
Pampero is another famous cold wind. It blows over Pampas of South America
Question 3 of 6
Consider the following statement:
1. The Parliament of India can place a particular law in the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution of India.
2. The validity of a law placed in the Ninth Schedule cannot be examined by any court and no judgment can be made on it.
Which of the statement given above is/ are correct?
Second statement is incorrect because laws inserted in the ninth schedule though enjoy higher immunity to judicial review than other laws, but there is no provision for absolute immunity to laws.
In 2007, a nine-judge Bench of the Supreme Court in a historic judgement said that since there is no specific criterion for “Insertion of a law in the Ninth Schedule, the laws cannot enjoy absolute immunity and hence are subjected to judicial review.
Question 4 of 6
Consider the following statements:
1. The Earth’s magnetic field has reversed every few hundred thousand years.
2. When the Earth was created more than 4000 million years ago, there was 54% oxygen and no carbon dioxide.
3. When living organisms originated, they modified the early atmosphere of the Earth.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
On the scale of a million years, the earth’s magnetic fields has been found to reverse its direction.
There are three stages in the evolution of the present atmosphere. The early atmosphere largely contained water vapour, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, methane, ammonia and very little of free oxygen.
Early atmosphere of the earth was (mainly) modified by solar winds. When living organisms originated, it was beyond their capacity to modify the early atmosphere, since they couldn’t synthesize oxygen at that time.
Question 5 of 6
Which of the following sites have the presence of Prehistoric rock paintings?
Ajanta is not a prehistoric site
Lakudiyar in Uttarakhand.. hand linked dancing figures present here
Bhimbetka in MP.. more than 500 painting bearing rock shelters.
Jogimara is another important site in MP
Question 6 of 6
Identify the place which is surrounded by Seshchalam hills at its north, Melagiris range at its south, Baba Budan hills at west and Nagari hills at its east