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Q:

# The ratio of cost price and marked price of an article is 2:3 and ratio of percentage profit and percentage discount  is 3:2 . what is the discount percentage?

 A) 16.66% B) 20% C) 25% D) 33.33%

Explanation:

CP : MP = 2x : 3x

$\Rightarrow$    Profit = x

( %) profit : (%) discount = 3:2

Let  CP = 2000,  SP = 300

But  $\inline&space;\frac{3x}{100}\times&space;200+\frac{2x}{100}\times&space;300=100$

$\inline&space;\Rightarrow$  x = 8.33%

Discount 2x = 16.66%

Subject: Indian Politics
Q:

When was the Supreme Court of India first inaugurated  ?

 A) 28th January, 1950 B) 26th November, 1949 C) 30th January, 1949 D) 15th August, 1947

Answer & Explanation Answer: A) 28th January, 1950

Explanation:

The Supreme Court followed the Federal Court of India which was founded under the Government of India Act, 1935.

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Q:

The speaker of the Lok Sabha can ask a member of the house to stop speaking and let another member speak. This phenomenon is known as :

 A) Yielding the floor B) Crossing the floor C) Calling Attention Motion D) Point of Order

Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Yielding the floor

Explanation:

Yielding the floor :  The speaker of the Lok sabha can ask a member of the house to stop speaking and let another member speak.

Crossing the floor:  Passing between the member addressing the House and the Chair which is considered breach of Parliamentary etiquette.

Point of Order:  A Member of Parliament may raise a point of order if he feels that the proceedings of' the House do not follow the normal rules. The presiding officer decides whether the point of order raised by the member should be allowed.

Calling Attention Motion:  With the prior permission of the Speaker, any member of the Parliament may call the attention of a Minister to a matter of urgent public importance. The Minister may make a brief statement about the matter or he may ask for time to make a statement later.

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Q:

Who of the following threw a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly along with Bhagat Singh ?

 A) B.K. Dutt B) Sukhdev C) Jatin Das D) Rajguru

Answer & Explanation Answer: A) B.K. Dutt

Explanation:

Bhagat Singh and B.K. Dutt threw bombs in the Legislative Assembly as a protest against "Passage of public Safety bill".

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Q:

Which is the second largest judicial complex in the world ?

 A) Madras Highcourt B) Gauhati Highcourt C) Delhi Highcourt D) Mumbai Highcourt

Explanation:

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Q:

Which of the following ministry has turned down the proposal to rename West Bengal to ‘Bangla’ ?

 A) Ministry of Home Affairs B) Ministry of Law and Justice C) Ministry of Culture D) Ministry of External Affairs

Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Ministry of External Affairs

Explanation:

Foreign Affairs Ministry has turned down the proposal to rename West Bengal to ‘Bangla’, citing diplomatic confusion over similarities with the neighbouring country Bangladesh, according to reports. The West Bengal Assembly had passed a resolution last year stating that the name of the state would be changed to ‘Bangla’ in Bengali, ‘Bengal’ in English and ‘Bangal’ in Hindi.