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

1. Approximately, what fraction of India's GDP is generated by Tourism?

2. In 2014, Cricket maestro Kapil Dev launched SloPho. What is SloPho?

3. The Union government has in 2014 granted minority status to Jain community. The top three states with largest Jain population in the country are ________?

4. In which year Financial Action Task Force was established?

5. Which among the following is NOT chemical substance of daily use?

6. What is the code name given for the military exercise conducted by the India Army in the desert of Rajasthan, in 2014?

7. In the human body the 'Calf muscle' is found on the ________?

8. World Wildlife Fund has released the Living Planet Report 2014 in 2014. What is the theme of the report?

9. Which among the following chemical is most suitable in Food Processing industry , to be used as a food preservatives?

10. Partnership to Advance Clean Energy (PACE) was launched to increase collaboration on energy security and clean energy between?

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4. Geography of India -Test-01
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