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

1. The E-pathshala, a new initiative of the Government of India proposed to develop E-content at which among the following levels?

2. In 2013, which among the following countries has successfully extracted natural gas from methane hydrate deposits under the sea, in the first example of production of the gas offshore?

3. In which of the following years first National Family Health Survey was conducted in India?

4. Jamini Roy, whose 125th Birth Centenary was in 2013 observed was a famous_________ ?

5. Tony Greig, who in 2013 passed away was a former cricket captain of ________.

6. India's first textile park dedicated to hand block printing and craft has been inaugurated at which place?

7. Which of the following organisations has won 2013 Nobel Peace Prize?

8. The best fishing grounds in the world is located in__?

9. The Rs 50,000 crore deal for supplying 126 Rafale combat aircraft is related to India's relationships with __?

10. A bank for the Buck is a book written by one of India's top financial journalists Tamal Bandyopadhyay. The Book is a story of__:

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