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


1. Which among the following country has been ranked first overall on the World Press Freedom Index 2013?


2. Which among the following countries is the first in South Asia to roll out 4G mobile network?


3. The Katchatheevu island belongs to which among the following countries?


4. Which of the following entities constitute the system of Shadow Banking in India?
1. Hedge fund
2.Structured investment vehicles
3. Money market funds
4.Special purpose entity conduits
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5. What is India's present rank in the Renewable Energy Index?



6. Major Atmospheric Cerenkov Experiment Telescope or MACE is located in __?


7. In 2013, the first-ever international tourism event to be organised in the northeast region started at _________?


8. The 'CityNext' an initiative to leverage technology for sustainable growth of cities in India is being launched by________?


9. Who among the following has been honoured with '2013 Indian Business Leader of the Year'?


10. The Chameli Devi Jain Award is given for an outstanding woman _________?


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