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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2010


1. Which among the following is not related to Tennis?


2. Which among the following is the smallest Human Chromosome ?


3. An Indian private company wants to invest in the Defense Sector in India . What is the investment limit by the Government of India on Indian Private Companies in Defense sector, subject to license?


4. Which among the following was called as the Central Pillar of the administrative system of Delhi sultanate?


5. How many members of the United Nations can exercise the Veto Power?



6. Which among the following group represents the most commonly found cancers in the world?


7. Prerna strategy & Santushti strategy are means of which of the following?


8. As a part of financial sector reforms, the Reserve Bank has deregulated interest rates on which of the following?


9. Who among the following cricketers was the first to score a century for the Indian Test cricket team in his Debut Test match ?


10. Who among the following headed the National Judicial Pay Commission (NJPC) , which was appointed by the Supreme Court in 2009?


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