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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2015


1. In which country the Vulnerable 20 (V20) countries meeting held in 2015?


2. Who of the following has been awarded the 2016 Genesis prize?


3. In which state, Tarun Bharat Sangh a NGO working in the areas of water and environment conservation and betterment of villages?


4. As per the latest report by TRAI , teledensity in India is approximately about________?


5. In context of banking, what does 'BBB' stands for________?



6. Who became the first solo woman to win the prestigious Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books of the Year award?


7. Which among the following committee has been set up for promotion of Sanskrit language?


8. Who has won the Austrian Grand Prix-2015?


9. E-Samiksha is an online project monitoring system launched by ________?


10. The Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP) starts from which country?


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