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Question 11071

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Consider the following statements about botulism:

i) It is a bacterial disease caused by clostridium botulism bacteria.

ii) These bacteria are harmless under nutrient rich and animal conditions.

iii) It transmits from fish to birds and humans.

Which of the following statements are correct?

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Choice (4)Response
a.i and ii only
b.ii and iii only
c.i, ii and iii.
d.i and iii only

Question 11072

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Who has conferred the ‘Skoch Golden Jubilee Challenger Award’ at the 55th Skoch Summit in New Delhi?

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Choice (4)Response
a.Dharmendra Pradhan
b.Suresh Prabhu
c.Ram Vilas Paswan
d.Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question 11073

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The Third edition of the ‘Women Transforming India Awards’ was organized by–

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a.NITI Aayog
b.National Commission For Women
c.National human rights commission of India
d.None of the above

Question 11074

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“Early Indians: the story of our Ancestors & where we came from” is released recently. Who is the author of this book?

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a.Charles C Royce
b.Clay McCauley
c.Tony Joseph
d.Franz Boas

Question 11075

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Consider the following statements

i) In Type 1 Diabetes the body doesn’t utilize the insulin which is produced by the pancreas.

ii) In type 2 Diabetes the body stops making insulin

iii) Gestational diabetes is a high blood sugar that developed during early pregnancy

Which of the following statements are incorrect?

Choices

Choice (4)Response
a.ii and iii only
b.i and iii only
c.i, ii and iii
d.i and ii only