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General Knowledge - General Awareness - 2010


1. With which of the following the NATGRID is related to which was recently in News?


2. Who among the following distance runners of USA has recently become the first non-African to break the 27-minute barrier in the 10,000 meters?


3. Which of the following commissions has decided to put in place a expenditure monitoring division recently?


4. In which of the following countries is located famous White Horse temple, which was recently in news?


5. How many Points of Presence (PoP) have been established with 2.5 Gbps capacity as a core backbone of National Knowledge Network in the initial phase?



6. On which of the following dates in March is observed as United Nations Day for Women's Rights and International Peace?


7. In which month of 2009, North Korean won was revalued again for the first time in 50 years?


8. Recently UK's first Sikh and Asian judge, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II receiving the highest civilian honor for his services to the administration of justice and community relations. What is his name?


9. NCLB or sometimes also pronounced as nicklebee is an act of United States passed in 2001. It is related to which of the following?


10. Who among the following has been recently voted as India Incís CEO of the Decade?


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