General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2014

1. India has finished fifth position in the 2014 Commonwealth games with 64 medals with the medals tally comprising ________?

2. What is the age limit for the athletes participating in the Youth Olympic Games?

3. Which among the following substances pose no harm to the ozone layer but has high global warming potential?

4. In 2014, the Supreme Court of India upheld recommendations made by the Justice Majithia wage board. The Majithia wage board is related to hiking salaries for ________?

5. The Asian Games 2014 will be held in ________?

6. Which of the following has been organised for the first time in India?

7. Which of the following states is hosting the 2014 Lusophony games?

8. Which of the following celebrities was in 2014 appointed as 'Brand Ambassador' of Telangana?

9. In 2014, United Kingdom 2014 Asian award for outstanding achievement in sports was won by ________?

10. The 'Bogibeel Bridge' country's longest rail- cum -road bridge is being constructing across which river?

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