Test and build your general knowledge on current affairs questions with answers based on March 15, 2014 major events.
- Who has been bagged the Cricketer of the Generation award?
- Sachin Tendulkar
- Jacques Kallis
- Brain Lara
- Shane Warne
- Who has been named as India’s next ambassador to Bhutan?
- Ruchi Ghanshyam
- Ajay Bisaria
- V P Haran
- Gautam Bambawale
- At least seven people were killed and four injured in a building collapsed in-
- Which mobile company gets notice by the directorate of revenue intelligence (DRI) for evading Rs 72 crore?
- Which among the following country banned 50 names for ‘conflicting with kingdom’s culture’?
- Saudi Arabia
- Who among the following to become the next chief executive officer of Nokia?
- Hans Vestberg
- Risto Siilasmaa
- Stephen Elop
- Rajeev Suri
- Which among the following person divorces to German Princess after years of legal dispute?
- Aga Khan
- Zinedine Zidane
- Peter Jackson
- Wasim Khan
- Name the Northern Irelands richest man who dies in helicopter crash on 14th March 2014?
- Pearse Lyons
- Edward Haughey
- Larry Goodman
- Ian Adamson
- Who has been topped the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) Examinations 2014?
- Sanju Verma
- Ragvender Kumar
- Hendre Omkar Pravinchandra
- Narendra Saxena
- Who has been takes over as New Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Managing Committee president?
- Harmeet Singh
- Pramjeet Kaur
- Manjit Singh
- Surendra Saini
Sachin Tendulkar:The iconic Sachin Tendulkar bagged the Cricketer of the Generation award presented by ESPNcricinfo.
Gautam Bambawale: Gautam Bambawale, joint secretary in-charge of the East Asia division that includes China and Japan, has been appointed India’s next ambassador to Bhutan.
Maharashtra: Seven people were killed and four injured after a building in Mumbai that was declared dilapidated in 2008 collapsed on Friday.
Samsung: Samsung has been slapped with a notice by the directorate of revenue intelligence (DRI) for evading Rs 72 crore duties by declaring tablets as mobile phones while importing a consignment of Rs 464 crore.
Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia’s interior ministry has banned 50 names they argue contradict the culture or religion of the Kingdom.
Rajeev Suri : India-born Rajeev Suri currently heads Nokia’s telecom equipment business and is tipped to become the global CEO of Nokia Corporation.
Aga Khan: The Aga Khan, spiritual leader to millions of Muslims, has finalised his 2011 divorce from a German princess after years of legal dispute.
Edward Haughey : Northern Ireland’s richest man Edward Haughey was among four people killed when a civilian helicopter crashed in eastern England on Thursday.
Hendre Omkar Pravinchandra: Hendre Omkar Pravinchandra of New Delhi has topped the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) February 2014 Examinations conducted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
Manjit Singh: Manjit Singh G K on took over as DSGMC head, ending 11 years of control over the religious body by Sarna brothers.