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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2010


1. Who among the following has been given the power by the Constitution of India to "Impose Reasonable Restrictions" on the fundamental rights?


2. In which of the following fields Moortidevi Awards are conferred?


3. Which among the following is most innovative country of the world as per latest Global Innovation Index?


4. Which among the following material was used in Mathura School of Art ?


5. Which of the following country is known as Kalaallit Nunaat, meaning "Land of the people"?



6. Bring out the correct combination of Olympic games and their venue:


7. As per the World Bank Report, which among the following in India is comparatively easy for outsiders planning to do business here?


8. The 1993 Paris Principles of United states are related to which of the following?


9. Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary which was recently (in year 2010) chosen as a site for Lions reproduction is in the following state:


10. Consider the following :
1. Dilwara Temples 2. Bhimashankar 3. Bibi ka Makbara 4. Buland Darwaja 5. Shershah Suri 's Tomb 6. Meenakshi Temple
How many states are involved in above 6 places ?


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