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


1. The Onam festival is celebrated to commemorate the Vamana avatara of Vishnu. The Vaman avatara was Vishnu's ________:


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


3. What is the name of the first official stock exchange launched by Myanmar?


4. Which of the following Indian states is the first to take up PPP Projects for rehabilitation of slum dwellers?


5. Who has become the youngest woman ever to be included on Forbes most powerful list?



6. Tej Kadam, is a joint statement issued by India and which country?


7. In which place the world's first office building constructed using 3-D printer is set to come up?


8. Which of the following railway zones of India has introduced biodiesel for trains, operating under its zone?


9. Who of the following has been Choosen for the 2015 C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award?


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


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