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

1. In 2013 (September, 2013), which Telecom Company pulls off one of biggest deals in corporate history with $130 billion sale?

2. As per the latest report, which of the following are the most advanced states in India?

3. The union government has in 2013 cleared a proposal for setting up of National Cancer Institute. The proposed institute would be set up in__?

4. In 2013, the high court of which among the following states in India had given a verdict that all new vehicles registered in the state should run on compressed natural gas (CNG)?

5. Which of the following states has been honoured with prestigious WTTCII tourism award?

6. Which country has introduced Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act to provide scholarship to girls from Pakistan?

7. In which of the following deserts 'Death Valley' is located?

8. As per the latest data, India has 150 Million internet users. This population of netizens ranks__:

9. Which among the following cities is the most expensive city in the world as per the report 'The Worldwide Cost of Living 2013'?

10. In 2013 5170 Bharat Nirman Rajeev Gandhi Seva Kendras became Operational in which of the following states in India?

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