General Knowledge - General Awareness Quiz - Questions and Answers, GK 2017

1. India has signed MoU with which neighboring country for extending Hindi language course?

2. The world’s first-ever digital ambassador has been created by which country?

3. Who has won the 2017 Shanghai Masters tennis tournament?

4. IROAF has won the 2017 Golden Peacock Award for Eco Innovation. What does “IROAF” stands for?

5. Where is the headquarters of the think-tank Atlantic Council (AC)?

6. Which city is hosting the international conference on e-governance “ICEGOV 2017”?

7. What is the theme of the 13th Formation Day of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)?

8. Which parliamentary panel has in 2017 recommended 100% pension to widow of deceased soldier?

9. Which state prisons department has proposed to accommodate prisoners from overcrowded prisons in India?

10. India’s first-ever aviation university will come up in which state?

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