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


1. The 'Ring Spot Virus' is the most destructive disease of ________?


2. Which among the following the second largest component of Natural Gas after Methane?


3. Cultivation hilly slopes with small patches of land in descending order is known as ?


4. In which of the following years India and China signed Panchsheel treaty?


5. Who among the following has been selected for the prestigious Moortidevi Award for 2013?



6. Currently, which among the following organisation is/are have been exempted from RTI act?
1. Intelligence Bureau
2. Special Frontier Force
3. Directorate of Enforcement
4. Central Economic Intelligence Bureau
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7. In which one of following states the per capita availability of Milk is highest in the country?


8. Which among the following women judges of India have not served as judge in Supreme Court ?


9. Who among the following is the current (June 2014) Prime Minister of Bhutan?


10. In 2014, India was re-elected to ECOSOC along with 13 other new members. ECOSOC is a primary organ of ________?


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    Operation Bluestar at the Golden Temple

    During this period, Sikh extremists were waging a campaign of terror against Hindus and moderate Sikhs in the Punjab. Bhindranwale and his following of heavily armed militants holed up in the Akhal Takt, the second most holy building after the Golden Temple itself. The leader himself was not necessarily calling for the creation of Khalistan, rather he demanded the implementation of the Anandpur Resolution, which called for the unification and purification of the Sikh community within Punjab.Indira Gandhi decided to send the Indian Army on a frontal assault of the building to capture or kill Bhindranwale. She ordered the attack at the beginning of June, 1984, even though June 3rd was the most important Sikh holiday (honoring the martyrdom of the Golden Temples founder), and the complex was full of innocent pilgrims. Interestingly, due to the heavy Sikh presence in the Indian Army, the commander of the attack force, Major General Kuldip Singh Brar, and many of the troops were also Sikhs.

    In preparation for the attack, all electricity and lines of communication to the Punjab were cut off. On June 3, the army surrounded the temple complex with military vehicles and tanks. In the early morning hours of June 5, they launched the attack. According to official Indian government numbers, 492 civilians were killed, including women and children, along with 83 Indian army personnel. Other estimates from hospital workers and eyewitnesses state that more than 2,000 civilians died in the bloodbath.Among those killed were Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and the other militants. To the further outrage of Sikhs world wide, the Akhal Takt was badly damaged by shells and gunfire.


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