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MAINS 2017 GS paper 1 EXPECTED QUESTIONS ...

PLZ analyse the previous year question papers and following the current trend ...pls post possible questions for GS paper 1..
PLZ DONT POSTT UNWANTED OR SILLY QUESTION NOR COMMENTS ...MAKING THE DISCUSSION WASTE ....

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  • 1) Question about Indian National Army ( Aazad Hind Fauj) Three soldiers open trial at Red Fort...

    2) Haryana Govt Orders on The " Yet to be decided " Arvalli National Conservation Zone's 11500 hectares area and NGT order on than issue.....toh isse related koi question.

    3) India ki jitni bhi Hindu Ruling Dynasties and Empires rahe hain, unme hue Literary and Cultural development.... Isse juda koi question.

    4) World Wildlife Fund report about the Degradation and Increasing pollution level in Three Mega World Heritage Site -- Western Ghats, Manas National Park and Sunderban Tiger Reserve.... Isse juda koi question.

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