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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2013


1. What is the name of worlds smallest flying robot developed by US Scientist?


2. 'Zubin Mehta' who has been conferred the prestigious Tagore Award for Cultural Award 2013 is a famous________?


3. The Mekong river does not run through which among the following countries?


4. Martina Hingis, who has been inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame, hails from which country?


5. At present, who among the followings are eligible to acquire shares on stock exchanges in compliance with FEMA regulations?
1.Foreign Institutional Investors
2.Qualified Foreign Institutions
3.Non-resident Indians
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6. The 'ESCAP Sasakawa Award for Disability Inclusive Business in Asia and Pacific' has won by ________?


7. WADI, a project for upliftment of the tribal and poor's, is a pilot project of?


8. The European Union (EU) has in 2013 imposed a blanket ban on all airlines from which country to fly into the 28 nation bloc?


9. India's Geeta Phogat is associated with which of the following sports/events?


10. The 'Maitri Thermal Power' project is a joint venture of India and which country?


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