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General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2013


1. Which among the following cities is the most expensive city in the world as per the report 'The Worldwide Cost of Living 2013'?


2. The government of which among the following states has launched a scheme to screen people above the age of 30 years for life style diseases?


3. The National Institute of Virology (NIV) is located in which of the following place?


4. Union cabinet declared the year 2013 as_________?


5. As per the recent data (September, 2013), India is the________largest coffee producer in the world. Fill the blank with correct option?



6. The 'Mahajan Commission' was constituted to look into the border dispute between which two states?


7. Who among the following has won the Asia's top literary prize 'Man Asian Literary Prize' for his novel 'The Garden of Evening Mists', for the year 2012?


8. The union government has in 2013 cleared a proposal for setting up of National Cancer Institute. The proposed institute would be set up in__?


9. In 2013 (September, 2013), which of the following internet search company has decided to set up a company called Calico, to develop technologies to tackle health issues related to aging?


10. Which of following nations emerged as champion of Asia Cup Hockey 2013?


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