August 3, 2013 GK Questions

  1. Which airline company launched one week sale of low-fare price domestic tickets?
    • SpiceJet Airlines
    • Kingfisher Airlines
    • Jet Airways
    • Sahara Airlines
  2. Answer

    Jet Airways

  3. At least 9 people were killed and 24 wounded in suicide bombing near Indian consulate in-
    • Afghanistan
    • Cyprus
    • Uruguay
    • Argentina
  4. Answer

    Afghanistan

  5. Which country topped the chart of ODI rankings released by ICC in Dubai?
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
    • Sri Lanka
    • India
  6. Answer

    India

  7. Who among the followiung appointed as new managing director of State Bank of India?
    • Arundhati Bhattacharya
    • Mahima Jain
    • Ashok Sinha
    • V. S. Joshi
  8. Answer

    Arundhati Bhattacharya

  9. Which country recorded their first-ever ODI series whitewash on foreign soil?
    • South Africa
    • India
    • Bangladesh
    • Sri Lanka
  10. Answer

    India

  11. Which political person appealed for orderly house session on 3 August 2013?
    • President
    • Finance Minister
    • Prime Minister
    • Law Minister
  12. Answer

    Prime Minister

  13. Which country cut back on Rafale orders on 3 August 2013?
    • Britain
    • France
    • Egypt
    • Burkina
  14. Answer

    France

  15. Which Indian state’s police submit chargesheet in suspended IAS officer Ashok Khemka Case?
    • Uttar Pradesh
    • Rajasthan
    • Chhattisgarh
    • Odisha
  16. Answer

    Uttar Pradesh

  17. How Many files nominated by Election Commission for Avanigadda Assembly Elections?
    • Ten
    • Seventeen
    • Six
    • Twenty-two
  18. Answer

    Seventeen

  19. Which tennis player won the women’s tata open 2013?
    • Sania Mirza
    • E. Bouchard
    • T. Patterson
    • A. Rodionova
    • Answer

      Sania Mirza

August 3, 2013 GK Questions
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