Who is the first women boxer to be honoured with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award?

Which is the only Test playing nation that India has never beaten in T20 International ?

The Doctrine of Lapse was one of the causes for which rebellion ?

Where did Sunita Williams display the Indian flag on Independence day in 2012 ?

At Rio 2016, who made the record for the fastest goal scored in football in Olympics by scoring a goal in 14 seconds?

Which of these can be estimated from the colour of the nose of a lion?

Which of the following tools is part of the name of an Olympic sporting events ?

Which of these Indian supreme court judges also served in the International Court of Justice?

Which of these companies is a major manufacturer of high speed passenger trains?

Which of these Indian Para-athletes won the gold medal in high jump at the Rio Paralympic Games ?

A student get 450 marks out of 500 marks in an exam having subject Hindi, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. For qualifying an exam of Science his score should be 90% in 3 subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. What will be the probability to get his success in that exam ?

Number of combinations for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics are (5*4*3*2*1)/(3*2*1*2*1) = 10 Out of 10 combinations non-qualifying combination are (82,85,93), (82,85,94), (82,85,96) and (82,93,94) So possibility to get his success = 6/10 =3/5

A 3 digit number is such that 2 digits of the number are 1 and 2. What is the probability that we would get success in our one trail to guess the number ?

A student gets 450 marks out of 500 in an exam having subject Hindi, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. For qualifying an exam of science his score should be 90% in 3 subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

What is the Probability to get his success in the exam?

A non negative number having all distinct digits is such that the product of all digits of the number is 504. What will be the probability that the number has sum of all its digits 25 ?

Upon tossing a fair coin five times, you get heads every time. What is the probability that in the next toss, it will land with tail?

A speaks truth in 70% cases and B in 80% cases. What will be the probability that they will contradict each other in describing a single event?