National Current Affairs (Civil Service Examination), Questions and Answers, GK for UPSC, Bank PO & All Exams

1. Consider the following statements: [2003]
1. The maximum limit of shareholding of Indian promoters in private sector banks in India is 49 percent of the paid up capital
2. Foreign Direct Investment upto 49 percent from all sources is permitted in private sector banks in India under the automatic route
Which of these statements is/are correct?

2. The Union Budget 2000 awarded a Tax Holiday for the North- Eastern Region to promote industrialisation for: [2001]

3. The Government holding in BPCL is: [2003]

4. The damage to the Spektr Module of the Russian Space Station Mir was due to: [1998]

5. Among the following commodities imported by India during the year 2000-01, which one was the highest in terms of rupee value? [2003]

6. India has the maximum volume of foreign trade with: [2002]

7. The upper part of the given graph is a hypothetical movement in the BSE Sensex over a few months and the lower part is the fluctuation in the average value of automobile shares in the same period (actual values not given). Which one of the following inferences can be drawn from the graphs? [2000]

8. Which one of the following is a modern tank? [1996]

9. To prevent recurrence of scams in Indian Capital Market, the Government of India has assigned regulatory powers to: [1995]

10. Consider the following statements: [2004]
1. The Oil Pool Account of Government of India was dismantled with effect from 1-4-2002
2. Subsidies on PDS kerosene and domestic LPG are borne by Consolidated Fund of India
3. An expert committee headed by Dr. R. A. Mashelkar to formulate a national auto fuel policy recommended that Bharat Stage - II Emission Norms should be applied throughout the country by 1 April, 2004
Which of the statements given above are correct?

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