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


1. To maintain availability and control the price, the Government of India has banned export of all pulses except ________?


2. In which of the following cities, Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the Dandi Kutir, a museum on the life and works of Mahatma Gandhi?


3. What is the number of members in the proposed Monetary Policy Committee?


4. The first ever Iranshah Udvada Utsav(IUU) was organized in which of the following states?


5. Which state is the site for the annual Kawant fair that feature tribal art and culture from various communities?



6. Who presented with the 2015 Aditya Vikram Birla Kala Shikhar Award for lifetime achievement?


7. The Union Government has constituted a committee to study about the following rivers?


8. Union Government has announced to observe 7th August as which of the following days?


9. Which bank won the Asian Banker Achievement Award 2015?


10. Which space agency has successfully launched the world's first all electric satellites in March, 2015?


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  • Atal Bihari Vajpayee

    2001 attack on Parliament

    On 13 December 2001, a group of masked, armed men with fake IDs stormed the Parliament building in Delhi. The terrorists managed to kill several security guards, but the building was sealed off swiftly and security forces cornered and killed the men, who were later proven to be Pakistan nationals. Coming just three months after the September 11 attacks upon the United States, this fresh escalation instantly enraged the nation. Although the Government of Pakistan officially condemned the attack, Indian intelligence reports pointed to a conspiracy rooted in Pakistan.Prime Minister Vajpayee ordered a mobilisation of Indias military forces, and as many as 500,000 servicemen amassed along the international boundary bordering Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Kashmir. Pakistan responded with the same. Vicious terrorist attacks and an aggressive anti terrorist campaign froze day to day life in Kashmir, and foreigners flocked out of both India and Pakistan, fearing a possible war and nuclear exchange. For as long as two years, both nations remained perilously close to a terrible war.

    The Vajpayee administration also passed the Prevention of Terrorist Act against vigorous opposition of non NDA parties. Human rights groups have condemned the act which gives wide authority to the government to crack down and hold anybody. Its repeal was advocated by human rights organisations.But the biggest political disaster hit his government between December 2001 and March 2002 the VHP held the Government hostage in a major standoff in Ayodhya over the Ram temple. At the 10th anniversary of the destruction of the Babri mosque, the VHP wanted to perform a shila daan, or a ceremony laying the foundation stone of the cherished temple at the disputed site. Tens of thousands of VHP activists amassed and threatened to overrun the site and forcibly build the temple. A grave threat of not only communal violence, but an outright breakdown of law and order owing to the defiance of the government by a religious organisation hung over the nation. But to the relief of Vajpayee, his government was able to tide over this crisis rather smoothly.


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