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


1. The North and South Islands of New Zealand are separated by_________?


2. The 'Bhimgad Bat Sanctuary' which is home to endanger Wroughton's free-tailed bat species is located in which state?


3. In which of the following states the Regional Rural Banks are not yet established?
1.Assam
2. Goa
3.Mizoram
4.Sikkim
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4. Which among the following countries is hosting the 14th meeting of BASIC Environment Ministers?


5. The Kachin ethnic rebels, who are in 2013 in news are found in ________?



6. Also sometimes known as 'Father of fiber optics', which among the following Indian personalities has been honoured by the Fortune magazine as one of the seven 'Unsung Heroes'?


7. Rupesh Shah is a player of __?


8. The Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) opened the country's first 'Technology Innovation Research Centre' in ________?


9. Confederations cup is associated with which one of the following sports?


10. Which of the following animals are susceptible to 'Foot-and-Mouth Disease'?
1.Sheep
2.Goat
3.Cattle
4. Pig
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