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


1. In which of the following states is located Gyan Bharati Reserve, a Biosphere Reserve of India?


2. With which among the following , United Nations Security Council Resolution 1386 is related ?


3. Which among the following is the winner of Dubai World Cup, a thoroughbred horse race and considered world's one of the world's richest Horse racing events?


4. Which among the following is not a source of tax revenue ?


5. Through which of the following states in India passes Tropic of Cancer?



6. Approximately what fraction of world's tea output comes from Assam?


7. In which of the following countries National Employment Savings Trust was in news?


8. Who among the following was first Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna?


9. Which among the following statements holds true in context with trends in WPI inflation in recent times in India (Food and non-food items) ?


10. Eighth edition of the Under 19 Cricket World Cup took place in New Zealand in January 2010. Australia won the tournament , beating Pakistan in the final by 25 runs. This tournament was originally scheduled to take place in which of the following countries?


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