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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers


1. What is the position of the Indian Railway under the zonal system?


2. Which is the following pairs of regional Railways and their headquarters not true?


3. Which of the gauges is used in the hilly areas?


4. How many institutions do give suggestions for railways technology?


5. Metro Railway is functioning in which of the following Indian States?



6. The headquarters of South Railways is situated at


7. The headquarters of North -Eastern Frontier Railway (NEFR) is


8. At which of the following places Diesel Component Works is established?


9. In which year Research, Design and Standard organization was established?


10. How much distance was traveled by first train of India?


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10. History of India - Test - 02
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