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

1. Union government has launched a new skill development scheme 'Seekho aur Kamao' for the youth of __________ ?

2. As per the latest available data of 2011, the per capita availability of Milk (gms/day) in India is?

3. Which among the following online giants has in 2013 launched the 'Digital will'?

4. The Appalachian Mountains are in__________?

5. In 2013 (November, 2013), which of the following countries is in news for developing dengue-blocking mosquito?

6. Who among the following is the head of the one-man inquire committee appointed by the government to inquire into reports on the US lobbying activities of Wal-Mart for access to India market?

7. In 2013 (September, 2013), union government gave its approval for setting up refinery- cum -petrochemical complex in Rajasthan which would be developed by?

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

9. Which among the following countries will launch the Mission Insight 2015 to find out whether organic compounds are present on Mars or not?

10. Legendary actor Pran has been declared as the 2012 Dadasaheb Phalke Award winner. Which among the following was the first film of Pran?

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