General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2016

1. The UNESCO Kalinga prize is related to which field?

2. "No Cost EMI' option has been introduced by which e-commerce company to make online shopping affordable for high-end purchases?

3. The 2016 International Abilympics (IA) has started in which country?

4. Jinson Johnson is associated with which sports?

5. The Pobitora wildlife sanctuary is located in which state of India?

6. Which country has won the 2016 Asian Nations Cup Chess tournament?

7. What is India's rank in the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) 2015-16?

8. With which country India has in 2016 signed MoU to establish cooperation in skill development?

9. Who has become the first Russian to be inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame?

10. Which union ministry has in 2016 launched Surya Mitra mobile App at National Workshop on Rooftop Solar Power in New Delhi?

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