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


1. Asiatic lion is the state animal of which of the following states?


2. Taking a benefit from a six year old law on postages, a firm of which of the following countries recently (in year 2010) issued a postage stamp depicting Hindu deities like Sai Baba, Lord Venkateshwara, Lakshmi , Murugan, Vinayaka, Shiva-Parvathi and Sri Krishna?


3. In which year Maintenance of Internal Security Act (MISA) was repealed?


4. Bring out the only wrong statement:


5. In which year Government of India set up Tariff Commission as an independent expert committee to recommend appropriate tariff levels keeping in mind the larger economic interests of the country?



6. Which among the following body runs the International Radon Project ?


7. Which among the following does not go with Progressive taxation?


8. A non-banking finance company (NBFC) in India has to make some investments in overseas ventures. The NBFC is required to seek regulatory clearance from which of the following authorities?


9. Consider the following Mughal Emperors:
1. Babur
2. Humayun
3. Akbar
4. Jahangir
Who among the above had written their biographies?


10. Recently (in year 2010) we read in the newspapers that a dispute is going on between India and European Union. This dispute is related to seizure of Indian drugs by some European countries for alleged patent violations. India, as a reaction had dragged the European Union to WTO. India is supported on the fact that the $20-billion pharmaceutical industry gets 45 per cent of its revenue from the export of generic drugs and these cheaper Indian medicine had improved access to healthcare for the poor in developing countries. The custom authorities of which among the following
countries in the EU, has seized more assignments than any other country in belonging to Indian companies in last 1 year?


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