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

1. Who has won the World Chess Championship 2014?

2. Ravi Dhariwal, who has won the 2014 INMA's Silver Shovel award is CEO which publication?

3. India is to observe Good Governance Day on the birthday of ________?

4. In 2014, it was reported in the newspaper that over 670 large dams across the country fall under high-intensity seismic zones. Which state has highest number of dams falls under high-intensity seismic zone?

5. Which among the following years will mark 100 years of Mahatma Gandhi's return to India from South Africa?

6. Which nationalized Indian Bank has in 2014 completed 150 years of its operations in Sri Lanka?

7. The International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) is a multi-modal network which would connect India to ________?

8. What is the minimum monthly pension notified in 2014 by Labour Ministry for subscribers of the Employees' Pension Scheme?

9. In 2014, Indian Air Force has launched its first 3D mobile game to encourage youths to join the Air Force. The name of the game is ________?

10. The Indian origin mathematician, who in 2014 won 2014 Fields Medal, widely considered the Nobel Prize for maths is ?

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