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MISCELLANEOUS CURRENT AFFAIRS 17.11.2014

MISCELLANEOUS CURRENT AFFAIRS 17.11.2014 By ANUPRIYO MALLICK Bestow blessings on those Little, innocent lives Bloomed on Earth/ Who have brought the message of joy from heavenly garden. ~ Rabindranath Tagore India has the dubious distinction of being home to the world’s largest child labour force. An estimated 30 per cent of the world’s working kids live in this country. A recent report, compiled by the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, states that there are as many as 60 million children working in India’s agricultural, industrial and commercial sectors. The booming economy exploits the child workers to buttress its growth […]

Current Affairs 16.11.2014

CURRENT AFFAIRS(16.11.2014) 1. Repatriation of black money ‘a key priority’, says Modi Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday unequivocally said that repatriation of black money kept abroad is a “priority” for his government, as he sought close global coordination to achieve this objective. Raising the black money issue at an informal meeting of leaders of the five-nation BRICS bloc, Mr. Modi set the tone on this key issue ahead of the G20 Summit in the wake of his commitment to bring back every penny of black money stashed abroad.“Repatriation of black money kept abroad is a key priority for us,” […]

CURRENT AFFAIRS 17.11.2014

CURRENT AFFAIRS 17.11.2014 Raghuram Rajan on shortlist for BRICS bank chief post This short list is not final; the Modi government is scouting for more names before it takes a decision. Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan, a Union Cabinet Minister and a well-known banker in infrastructure finance have figured so far in discussions on possible candidates for BRICS’ New Development Bank president. This short list is not final; the Modi government is scouting for more names before it takes a decision on the nomination, a Finance Ministry source told The Hindu. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his opening statement at the […]

CURRENT AFFAIRS (14.11.2014)

  1. The Nehruvian vision India’s post-colonial history has been unique in many ways. Few other countries survived the first decades after achieving independence from their foreign rulers without giving in to dictatorship, authoritarianism or one-party rule. India developed, instead, robust institutions, a firm civil-military hierarchy and the rule of law. It continues to progress and change within a flexible constitutional framework that retains the respect in practice, if not always in principle, of even such groups as communists and Hindu fundamentalists. Many reasons for India’s uniqueness in this respect can be adduced. But it should be beyond question that […]

GS TEST-9 2014-2015

    1. This organelle functions in cellular respiration: a. lysosome                                                 b. endoplasmic reticulum c. mitochondrion                                        d. golgi apparatus 2. The organelle functions to package and deliver proteins: a. lysosome                                                 b. endoplasmic reticulum c. mitochondrion                                        d. golgi apparatus 3. Cell organelles are located within the ____ of the cell. a. nucleus                                                    b. cytoplasm c. cell membrane                                         d. lysosomes 4. The endoplasmic reticulum functions to: a. transport materials                                 b. destroy old cell parts c. make ribosomes                                                d. package proteins Genetic material is contained within the ___ of the cell. a. ribosomes                                                         b. cytoplasm c. nucleus                                                    d. nucleolus 6. This organelle is […]

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