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1) Which food item are Ghutwa, Seekh and Boti types of?

2) In which river is the largest species of river dolphin found?

3) Which hill station is linked by the rail terminus at Kathgodam?

4) The Koushika gotra regards whom as their root node?

5) With which gemstone are the table and the briolette cuts associated?

6) Which Indian state is known by the name Kamata?

7) The name of which country was first mentioned in the first century AD by Tacitus?

8) In which game can you double and triple the value of each letter?

9) Which is the world’s first successfully cloned pet animal?

10) Who was the first monarch to use the title ‘Empress of India’?

Answers-

(1) Kabab (2) Nile (3) Nainital (4) Vishwamitra (5) Diamond (6) Assam (7) Sweden  (8) Scrabble (9) Cat (10) Victoria

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