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

1. Who among the following will be conferred with Friends of Bangladesh Liberation War Award?

2. Which among the following countries has occupied first place in the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI)?

3. Who is the winner of Indian Wells Open Tennis Men's Single Title?

4. Who is the chairman of the committee constituted to work out single framework for government clearance?

5. Currently (September 2015), which of the following states have fixed minimum educational qualifications for those contesting panchayat polls?
1. Rajasthan
2. Madhya Pradesh
3. Haryana
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6. Karcham Wangtoo power project is located in which state?

7. Who among the following is appointed as chairperson of Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS)?

8. Which of the following companies has launched the 'Safe Move-Traffic Safety Campaign'?

9. Which movie has won the Palme d'Or top prize at the Cannes Film Festival?

10. The in 2015 approved ISLRTC centre as a society is related to which of the following sectors?

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    Generally speaking, meats are the most expensive foods we can purchase, and hence should be bought seldom and in small quantities. Their place can be taken by beans, peas, potatoes, etc., and at less than a quarter of the cost. The average American family eats meat three times a day, while the average family of the more conservative and older countries rarely eats meat more than once a day. The Source of the Different Foods.
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