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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2014


1. The Asian Games 2014 will be held in ________?


2. Which among the following is commonly known as blue sheep?


3. What is the age limit for the athletes participating in the Youth Olympic Games?


4. Nobel prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer, who died in 2014, belongs to which country?


5. According to latest World Bank report which of the following are the world's most expensive economies?



6. Which among the following is the largest consumed edible vegetable oil in India?


7. World's largest producer of Maize is ________?


8. Which of the following has been organised for the first time in India?


9. Which of the following celebrities was in 2014 appointed as 'Brand Ambassador' of Telangana?


10. Which among the following is / are the two most powerful anti-TB drugs, which if not work, TB turns into MDR-TB?


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    The Noakhali massacre

    In the Noakhali area of East Bengal, where Muslims formed 82% of the population, a reign of terror was let loose in a planned and systematic way in October 1946. The Hindus were killed and beaten, their property was burnt, thousands of Hindus were forcibly converted and thousands of Hindu women were abducted and raped. Temples were defiled and destroyed.
    The League Government in Bengal aided the goondas. Even ex-serviceman joined in committing the atrocities. In Noakhali, about three-fourth of the land belonged to the Hindu landlords and the tenants were mostly Muslims. The peasant unrest was naturally there. It was now turned along communal channels. The Noakhali massacre had few parallels in the history. It showed to what level communal politics could stop to. It was meant to terrorise, kill, convert or drive away the Hindus from Muslim-majority areas so that Pakistan could become a reality.


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