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


1. The number of credit card holders in India is decreasing consistantly (the number of credit cards in circulation fell below the 20-million mark in March 2010). Which among the following is the most responsible reason behind the fall of the number of credit cards in circulation in India?


2. Many a times we read in the newspapers that a large fraction of government expenditure in India is on non plan expenditures like defense and maintenance of law & order. How these non plan expenditures affect the inflation in India?


3. Which among the following has two regulators in India at present?


4. The National Agricultural Insurance Scheme (NAIS) which started as a Central Sector Scheme since Rabi season 1999-2000, has been modified. The modified NAIS will be launched in how many districts as a Pilot scheme?


5. Who among the following is recently (in year 2010) appointed as new head of Bharatiya Janata Party's Women's Wing BJP Mahila Morcha?



6. Debt financing that can magnify the risk and reward for an investment are called as follows:


7. Consider the following statements:
1. Urea constitutes about 80% of Total Fertilizers Consumption in India
2. Punjab has maximum consumption of Fertilizers in India
3. India is not self sufficient in any kind of Fertilizers
Bring out the correct statements:


8. Kapoori variety of Tobacco is found in which of the following states of India?


9. At which of the following places took place the 60th Pearls National Basketball Championships in January 2010?


10. Recently (in year 2010) India's 38th Tiger reserve was opened in Kerala as Parambikulam Tiger Reserve. Now, what is the number of total Tiger reserves in Kerala?


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