General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2017

1. Who has been appointed as the president of the 36th International Geological Congress (IGC – 2020)?

2. Which state government will launch a new scheme for Compassionate Family Pension (CFP) in lieu of compassionate appointment?

3. What is the current repo rate in the 5th bi-monthly Monetary Policy Review (MPR) of RBI for 2017-18?

4. Who has won gold at the 10th edition of Moscow sand art championship?

5. Who has been declared Man of the tournament in 2017 T-20 Deaf and Dumb Asia Cup?

6. What is the theme of the 2017 National Safety Week (NSW) of India?

7. The joint military exercise “DRUZBA 2017” has started between which of the following countries?

8. The Bhawal National Park is located in which country?

9. TRAI has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with which country’s telecom regulator to jointly conduct capacity building exercises in telecom sector?

10. Manpreet Kaur, who in 2017 clinched Gold at the 2017 Asian Grand Prix Meet, is associated with which sports?

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