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TEST- GK082

.h7{ color:#ffe; font: bold 12px/1.4 verdana; width:85px; text-align: left; background-color:#48BAF3; border: 1px soloid ; } .qs{ color: #333; font: normal 10px verdana; } .qs ul{ width: 800px; margin-bottom: 2px; margin-top: 4px; text-align:center; height: 20px; display:inline; font: bold 10px verdana; background-color: #D5DFD2; } .qs li{ width: 280px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-right:50px; text-align:left; padding: 0; style: none; font: normal 12px verdana; color: #333; list-style-type: none; border: solid 1px; } Instructions 1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes. 2. There is only one correct answer to each question. 3. All questions carry four marks each. 4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. Which famous international ice cream brand of Swiss origin was taken over by Nestle recently? a. Blue Bunny b. Movenpick c. Baskin Robbins d. Haagen Dazs e.Not Attempted

2. Which Indian entrepreneur has turned melody queen Lata Mangeshkar’s passion for perfumes into a brand named after Lata? a. Deepak Kanegaonkar b. Ajay Piramal c. Anil Mulchandani d. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw e.Not Attempted

3. Which famous car company owns the sports car brand Ferrari? a. General Motors b. Ford c. Fiat d. Mercedes Benz e.Not Attempted

4. It was originally called ‘Bib Label Lithiated Lime Soda”. How is it known today? a. Canada Dry b. Miranda c. Crush d. 7-Up e.Not Attempted

5. Which Indian bank has become the first full-fledged 'bullion' bank dealing in a range of gold-related products, including its recent launch of gold coins for sale? a. SBI b. Corporation Bank c. ICICI Bank d. HDFC Bank e.Not Attempted

6. Which airline giant manufactures and markets the Falcon range of business jets? a. Dassault b. Boeing c. Lockheed Martin d. British Aerospace e.Not Attempted

7. Meningitis is caused by ________________ a. viral infection b. salmonella c. meningococcus d. virus menin e.Not Attempted

8. Where is the United States Tennis Association, USTA, National Tennis Centre Located? a. Melbourne b. New York c. Paris d. Calcutta e.Not Attempted

9. Which business group is behind the proposed television news channel named 'Bharat Business Channel' to which the international TV channel BBC has raised objections and moved the High Courts to obtain a restraint? a. Essar Group b. Sahara Group c. Videocon Group d. Bennett Coleman e.Not Attempted

10. Proctor and Gamble has partnered with which of the following for project Poshan to combat malnutrition in India? a. ADB b. WHO c. HDFC d. UNICEF e.Not Attempted

11. The ___________________ river system is the southernmost in India? a. Periyar b. Damodar c. Cauvery d. Godavari e.Not Attempted

12. What is the word for ‘Little Nest’ in swiss german? a. Cadbury b. Nestle c. Lint d. None of these e.Not Attempted

13. Name the Airline that has one of its upper classes called president a. Aeroflot b. Delta Airlines c. Air France d. Air India e.Not Attempted

14. Which aircraft company has been ranked by the Guinness Book of World Records as the producer of the largest number of aircraft ever in the world since its inception? a. Airbus b. Boeing c. Cessna d. Dassault e.Not Attempted

15. Metical is the currency of which country? a. Mozambique b. Mongolia c. Micronesia d. Malta e. Not Attempted

16. Recently the Union Cabinet approved the setting up of a National Agri Food Biotechnology Insitute at a. Bangalore b. Mohali c. Hyderabad d. Gujarat e.Not Attempted

17. Which ideology can be said to work on the motto “those who get the profits should take the pain”? a. Capitalism b. Communism c. Socialism d. Marxism e.Not Attempted

18. Acron, M-Seal and Ranipal are some of the lesser known brands of a company which company?

TEST- GK081

.h7{ color:#ffe; font: bold 12px/1.4 verdana; width:85px; text-align: left; background-color:#48BAF3; border: 1px soloid ; } .qs{ color: #333; font: normal 10px verdana; } .qs ul{ width: 800px; margin-bottom: 2px; margin-top: 4px; text-align:center; height: 20px; display:inline; font: bold 10px verdana; background-color: #D5DFD2; } .qs li{ width: 280px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-right:50px; text-align:left; padding: 0; style: none; font: normal 12px verdana; color: #333; list-style-type: none; border: solid 1px; } Instructions 1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes. 2. There is only one correct answer to each question. 3. All questions carry four marks each. 4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. Who or what is the "Lada" ? ? a. The top selling car brand in Russia b. Equivalent of the Italian mafia in Russia c. Proposed new name for the Euro d. Organisation protesting against proliferation of global brands e.Not Attempted

2. How much is the Budget allocation for the financial year 2008-09 given to the Department of Information and Technology? a. Rs 2,500 Crore b. Rs 1,750 Crore c. Rs 1,680 Crore d. Rs 2,000 Crore e.Not Attempted

3. Which famous car company owns the sports car brand Ferrari? a. General Motors b. Ford c. Fiat d. Mercedes Benz e.Not Attempted

4. Which branch of medicine focuses on the ear, nose and sinuses? a. Orthopedic b. Thoraciology c. Neuwology d. Otolaryngological e.Not Attempted

5. What kind of foods are commonly referred to as Frankenfoods? a. Foods from genetically modified crops b. Foods that can potentially cause cancer c. Foods which cause obesity d. Foods that are served in McDonald's e.Not Attempted

6. One of the popular golf events in the world, it saw participation from stalwarts such as Vijay Singh, Adam Scott and Jeev Milkha Singh. What is this event being held in DLF Golf and Country Club, Gurgaon named? a. The Isle of Jura Cup Classic b. Dalmore Classic c. Johny Walker Classic d. Castle Lager Classic e.Not Attempted

7. The game snooker originated in a. USA b. Scotland c. India d. England e.Not Attempted

8. Who pioneered ‘Expenditure Tax’ in India? a. N. T. Rama Rao b. T. T. Krishnamachari c. Shri Nagi Reddy d. Morarji Desai e.Not Attempted

9. Bill Gates has authored all of the following books except: a. The Road Ahead b. Inside Out c. Business @ the Speed of Thought d. Software e.Not Attempted

10. What famous brand of watch is endorsed by the Golfer Tiger Woods? a. Movado b. Rolex c. Tag Heuer d. Omega e.Not Attempted

11. Which national park known as the Krishnagiri National Park in the preindependence era houses the Kanheri Caves, dating back to 2,400 years, besides a rich variety of flora and fauna? a. Jim Corbett National Park b. Lal Bahadur Shastri National Park c. Silent Valley National Park d. Sanjay Gandhi National Park e.Not Attempted

12. What does Chris Cox regulate in the US? a. Stock markets b. Commercial banks c. Media d. Commodities markets e.Not Attempted

13. The Software company I-flex solution was originally a division of which famous financial services company? a. CitiCorp b. ICICI c. HSBC d. HDFC e.Not Attempted

14. The first plan of Mountbatten, it proposed the partition of India. The plan was thoroughly rejected by the Congress. What was the plan called? a. Plan Reconciliation b. Plan Balkan c. Plan Swaraj d. Plan Pakistan e.Not Attempted

15. ITC has launched India's most premium cigarette priced at Rs 100 per pack of 20s. Under what brand has this brand been launched? a. Wills Power b. Wills Insignia c. Taj Mahal d. Classic Kings e. Not Attempted

16. With which of these tech powerhouses would you associate the trademark 'Digital DNA' a. Alcatel b. Intel c. Sun Microsystems d. Motorola e.Not Attempted

17. Ultra Tech cement is a subsidiary of which company and what it called earlier? a. Grasim, L&T cement b. ACC, L&T Cement c. Tata Chemicals d. Cement Co, Ambuja e.Not Attempted

18. Which company’s Annual General Meeting held in 1986 in Cross Maidan, Mumbai is supposed to be the largest corporate AGM of any company in the whole world at that time? a. Tata Steel b. Bombay Dyeing c. Reliance Industries d. Godrej e.Not Attempted

19. Marvin Bower who joined this management consultancy is generally considered one of the founding fathers of the consulting business. Which consulting firm was he associated with from 1933 until his retirement in 1992? a. Arthur D. Little b. Mercer c. Booz Allen Hamilton d. McKinsey e.Not Attempted

20. The oldest financial institute in India ______________ a. IFCI b. EXIM c. IDBI d. SIDBI e.Not Attempted

TEST- GK080

.h7{ color:#ffe; font: bold 12px/1.4 verdana; width:85px; text-align: left; background-color:#48BAF3; border: 1px soloid ; } .qs{ color: #333; font: normal 10px verdana; } .qs ul{ width: 800px; margin-bottom: 2px; margin-top: 4px; text-align:center; height: 20px; display:inline; font: bold 10px verdana; background-color: #D5DFD2; } .qs li{ width: 280px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-right:50px; text-align:left; padding: 0; style: none; font: normal 12px verdana; color: #333; list-style-type: none; border: solid 1px; } Instructions 1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes. 2. There is only one correct answer to each question. 3. All questions carry four marks each. 4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. RECC: Reva; Adam Motors:....? (Hint: It is said to be Pakistan's first locally designed car) ? a. Rewa b. Royo c. Remo d. Revo e.Not Attempted

2. Eli Lilly has launched a new drug, which is the first in 'direct' competition to the much-reported Viagra, which was launched by Pfizer a few years ago. Name the drug. a. Penegra b. Cialis c. Lily d. Energex e.Not Attempted

3. Which famous car company owns the sports car brand Ferrari? a. General Motors b. Ford c. Fiat c d. Mercedes Benz e.Not Attempted

4. Which Indian bank has become the first full-fledged 'bullion' bank dealing in a range of gold-related products, including its recent launch of gold coins for sale? a. SBI b. Corporation Bank c. ICICI Bank d. HDFC Bank e.Not Attempted

5. NASA's space mission to planet mercury, after an interval of 30 years, is named as a. Messenger b. Pathfinder c. Illuminator d. Mercury e.Not Attempted

6. ___________ is the name of the parliament of Afghanistan? a. Majlis b. Eduskunta c. Shura d. Sejm e.Not Attempted

7. Which Internet service provider is in the centerstage of the movie You've got mail in which the two lead characters fall in love through the exchanges of e-mails? a. AOL b. Yahoo c. Gmail d. MSN e.Not Attempted

8. Who discovered properties of hydrogen and called it ‘Inflammable Air’ ? a. Charles Darwin b. Robert Boyle c. Henry Cavendish d. Harold C. Urey e.Not Attempted

9. In which year was the first football World Cup held? a. 1927 b. 1932 c. 1930 d. 1929 e.Not Attempted

10. 'Everything is possible' is the base line of a. SONY b. HP c. BOSE d. AIWA e.Not Attempted

11. In the world of business, what is Opera? a. Association of Sports marketing professionals b. Brand of internet browser c. Name of Michael Jackson's music company d. Brandname for the new Intel chip e.Not Attempted

12. The press, including journalism and journalists, are often referred to as a. the first state b. the fourth state c. the third state d. the second state e.Not Attempted

13. In terms of worldwide advertising expenditure, which of the following categories rank No. 1 in terms of spends? a. Foods b. Personal care c. Automobiles d. Telecommunications e.Not Attempted

14. When British soldiers landed on the beaches of Normandy during World War II, they were carrying more than just ammunition for firepower. They carried with them a powerful nutritional supplement called ________ that had been introduced by Glaxo. What are we talking about? a. Complan b. Strepsils c. Farex d. Bournvita e.Not Attempted

15. What, in the world of computers, is 'Centrino'? a. It is the PDA brand of Microsoft b. It is the latest microprocessor chip from Intel c. Sub-brand of Toshiba laptop d. Dell's videogame brand e. Not Attempted

16. Where is the Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd. Located? a. Rishikesh b. Pimpri c. Trombay d. Gorakhpur e.Not Attempted

17. Who discovered properties of hydrogen and called it ‘Inflammable Air’ ? a. Charles Darwin b. Robert Boyle c. Henry Cavendish d. Harold C. Urey e.Not Attempted

18. What was unique about the purchase of a Gulf stream V business jet by American tycoon Mark Cuban in 1999, for $40 million? a. It was bought over the Phone b. It was bought over the Fax c. It was bought over the Internet d. None of the above e.Not Attempted

19. The first ceremony of the international Olympic Committee was held in 1894. In what city was it held? a. Geneva b. Athens c. Paris d. London e.Not Attempted

20. The first ceremony of the international Olympic Committee was held in 1894. In what city was it held? a. Geneva b. Athens c. Paris d. London e.Not Attempted

TEST- GK078

.h7{ color:#ffe; font: bold 12px/1.4 verdana; width:85px; text-align: left; background-color:#48BAF3; border: 1px soloid ; } .qs{ color: #333; font: normal 10px verdana; } .qs ul{ width: 800px; margin-bottom: 2px; margin-top: 4px; text-align:center; height: 20px; display:inline; font: bold 10px verdana; background-color: #D5DFD2; } .qs li{ width: 280px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-right:50px; text-align:left; padding: 0; style: none; font: normal 12px verdana; color: #333; list-style-type: none; border: solid 1px; } Instructions 1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes. 2. There is only one correct answer to each question. 3. All questions carry four marks each. 4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. What famous sub-brand of Sony is so generic to its category that the Oxford English Dictionary included the word in its 1986 edition? a. Viao b. Walkman c. Bravio d. iPod e.Not Attempted

2. Who was the only British prime minister to be assassinated? The assassinator was John Bellingham? a. Percy Perry b. Spendthrift Perkins c. Spencer Percival d. Harold Macmillan e.Not Attempted

3. Whom did Bruce Barton’s book, The Man Nobody Knows portray as a salesman? a. Mahatma Gandhi b. Steve Ballmer c. Steve Jobs d. Jesus Christ e.Not Attempted

4. Who helped JRD TATA found the TATA airlines? a. Nevill Vincent b. Sir Dorab Tata c. Henry Nestle d. Jawarharlal Nehru e.Not Attempted

5. Which automobile brand has the base line 'Refined aggression' a. Fiat Siena b. Ford Mondeo c. Hyundai Accent d. Opel Astra e.Not Attempted

6. The Imperial Agriculture Institute is in ___________ ? a. Karnataka b. Bihar c. Andhra Pradesh d. Tamil Nadu e.Not Attempted

7. In the world of branding, what is ‘The Perception Gap’? a. The difference between the brand’s retail and wholesale prices b. The difference between the brand’s pre and post budget prices c. The difference between actual value of the brand and its customer goodwill d. The difference between brand identity and brand image e.Not Attempted

8. Which author wrote Shout At The Devil? a. John Grisham b. Wilbur Smith c. Bryce Courtney d. Joseph banks e.Not Attempted

9. Which company has recently advertised itself as the 'World's seventh largest and India's No.1 telecommunications company'? a. Bharti Cellular b. Tata Teleservices c. VSNL d. BSNL e.Not Attempted

10. 'The most highly acclaimed radio in the US is now available in India' is the base line of a. SONY b. VIRGINA MUSIC c. BOSE d. AIWA e.Not Attempted

11. In which year did France become a Republic ? a. 1804 b. 1792 c. 1787 d. 1805 e.Not Attempted

12. According to advertising guru David Ogilvy, which is “the only really dishonest kind of advertising”? a. Charity advertising b. Educational advertising c. Political advertising d. Legal services advertising e.Not Attempted

13. Which famous business group owns the Tantex brand of undergarments, which are particularly popular in South India? a. TVS group b. TTK group c. UB group d. Color Plus e.Not Attempted

14. When did the first world war end? a. 1914 b. 1917 c. 1918 d. 1919 e.Not Attempted

15. Why Formica is called Formica? a. From ‘for mica’, that is, a substitute for mica b. Formic acid is a key raw material used in its manufacture c. It is an abridged name for formidable clay d. From its readiness to take any form while wet e. Not Attempted

16. The ‘Inquilab Zindabad’ slogan was coined by ________________? a. S. C. Bose b. Bhagat Singh c. Chandra Shekhar Azad d. Iqbal e.Not Attempted

17. Which famous multinational consulting firm is set to change its name to Monday? a. Deloitte Consulting b. KPMG c. Andersen Consulting d. PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting e.Not Attempted

18. Which Indian state has the largest concentration of carpet weaving in the country, with 90% of the production and 75% of the weavers? a. Jammu & Kashmir b. Uttar Pradesh c. Tamil Nadu d. Himachal Pradesh e.Not Attempted

19. The central institute of Fisheries Education is located at ___________ ? a. Mumbai b. Chennai c. Goa d. Cochin e.Not Attempted

20. Which Indian corporate group currently owns and runs the operations of the international magazine Reader's Digest? a. RPG group b. Bennett Coleman & Co c. The Tata group d. Living Media e.Not Attempted

TEST- GK077

.h7{ color:#ffe; font: bold 12px/1.4 verdana; width:85px; text-align: left; background-color:#48BAF3; border: 1px soloid ; } .qs{ color: #333; font: normal 10px verdana; } .qs ul{ width: 800px; margin-bottom: 2px; margin-top: 4px; text-align:center; height: 20px; display:inline; font: bold 10px verdana; background-color: #D5DFD2; } .qs li{ width: 280px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-right:50px; text-align:left; padding: 0; style: none; font: normal 12px verdana; color: #333; list-style-type: none; border: solid 1px; } Instructions 1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes. 2. There is only one correct answer to each question. 3. All questions carry four marks each. 4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. Sony was founded in 1946. Name the famous businessman who joined Masaru Ibuka in setting up the company a. Akio Morita b. Mc Bulavo c. Andrew Shendai d. None of the above e.Not Attempted

2. Who was the first Prime Minister of Australia ? a. John Howard b. Edmund Barton c. 55 d. 57 e.Not Attempted

3. Who or what is Itanium? a. Sub-brand of Toshiba laptops b. Brand of gold mobilephones from Ericsson c. New metal to be used for light combat aircrafts d. New microprocessor chip from Intel e.Not Attempted

4. When did the first world war begin? a. 1917 b. 1914 c. 1918 d. 1919 e.Not Attempted

5. Which automobile brand has the base line 'Get Noticed' a. Fiat Siena b. Ford Mondeo c. Hyundai Accent d. Opel Astra e.Not Attempted

6. According to a report by the IB to the Home Ministry, which currency note is the most popular among counterfeiters? a. Rs 50 b. Rs 100 c. Rs 500 d. Rs 1000 e.Not Attempted

7. Name the international organization formed in 1991 to establish a South American common market by the end of 1994. Its members include Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay ? a. SAPTA b. Kamaraj c. SAFTA d. Mercosur e.Not Attempted

8. The capital of India was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi in ___________ ? a. 1910 b. 1911 c. 1912 d. 1913 e.Not Attempted

9. What are symbols for ‘Stop’, Play’, ‘Pause’, ‘Fast Forward’ and ‘Rewind’ known as on an iPod shuffle? a. Nouns b. Pronouns c. Verbs d. Adverbs e.Not Attempted

10. Which famous car company owns the sports car brand Ferrari? a. General Motors b. Ford c. Fiat d. Mercedes Benz e.Not Attempted

11. Which of the following diseases is caused by the deficiency of Vitamin A? a. Scurvy b. Rickets c. Dermatitis d. Pellagra e.Not Attempted

12. Which brand has launched the innovative 'Nomad' bottle packaging for carry-away bottles in the bottled beverages category? a. Frooti b. Evian mineral water c. Sunfill orange juice d. Pepsi Aha e.Not Attempted

13. Which non-wood forest product has the highest turnover in India? a. Rubber b. Tendu leaves c. Tobacco d. Indigo e.Not Attempted

14. What significance does the Chicago Office of the Home Insurance Company, built in 1883 by architect William Jenney, have in business and construction history? a. Was the first building to have an elevator b. Was the first skyscraper in history c. Was the world's first solar powered building d. Was the world's first building with temperature controlling equipments e.Not Attempted

15. The moving force behind the foundation of the Indian National Congress was _______________ ? a. Surendranath Banerjee b. Gopala Krishna Gokhale c. Khan Abdul Ghafar Khan d. A. O. Hume e. Not Attempted

16. What word describes the market situation where there are few buyers and the actions of just one buyer could drastically affect the market a. Oligopoly b. Oligopsony c. Monopsony d. Monopoly e.Not Attempted

17. About 12,000 pieces are sold annually in India. Only Godrej manufactures them in India. Identify the product being referred to? a. Mechanical brooms b. Shaving soap c. Typewriters d. Dial phones e.Not Attempted

18. Who wrote the novel A Town Like Alice? a. Tom Clancy b. Robert `Louis Stevenson c. Nevile Shute d. John Barker e.Not Attempted

19. Name the American pharmaceutical major in the process of being taken over by Pfizer? a. Pharmacia b. Novartis c. Sandoz d. American Home Products e.Not Attempted

20. With an annual turnover of Rs. 4.5 crore, which non-corporate entity in Delhi makes 1,200 loaves of bread and 300 kg of chips daily? a. Tihar jail b. Parliament canteen c. Sports Authority of India (SAI) d. Rashtrapati Bhavan e.Not Attempted

TEST- GK076

.h7{ color:#ffe; font: bold 12px/1.4 verdana; width:85px; text-align: left; background-color:#48BAF3; border: 1px soloid ; } .qs{ color: #333; font: normal 10px verdana; } .qs ul{ width: 800px; margin-bottom: 2px; margin-top: 4px; text-align:center; height: 20px; display:inline; font: bold 10px verdana; background-color: #D5DFD2; } .qs li{ width: 280px; margin-bottom: 6px; margin-right:50px; text-align:left; padding: 0; style: none; font: normal 12px verdana; color: #333; list-style-type: none; border: solid 1px; } Instructions 1. The test comprises of 20 questions. You should complete the test within 15 minutes. 2. There is only one correct answer to each question. 3. All questions carry four marks each. 4. Each wrong answer will attract a penalty of one mark.

1. Kia motors was a large automobile manufacturer in Korea until taken over in the 1990s. Which company owns it now? a. General Motors b. Samsung c. Hyundai d. Daewoo e.Not Attempted

2. How many member are there in “The commonwealth” organization ? a. 53 b. 51 c. 55 d. 57 e.Not Attempted

3. What is the capital of Fiji? a. Suva b. Lima c. San Jose d. Free town e.Not Attempted

4. Who designed the mascot of Rolls Royce? a. Charles Sykes b. Fredric Auguste Bartholdi c. Auguste Rodin d. Ben Nicholson e.Not Attempted

5. HBJ pipelines carry natural gas from a. Hathras to Bhatinda and Jhansi b. Hoshangabad to Bilaspur and Jabalpur c. Hazira to Bijapur and Jagdishpur d. Hissar to Banner and Jaisalmer e.Not Attempted

6. How do we know better the Polygraph machine invented by James MacKenzie in the early 20th century? a. X-Ray b. ECG c. Lie detector d. Computer mouse e.Not Attempted

7. Which among the following is the world’s longest mountain chain? a. Great Dividing Range b. Rockies c. Himalayas d. Andes e.Not Attempted

8. Which city is known for its chicken embroidery? a. Ujjain b. Lucknow c. Pune d. Surat e.Not Attempted

9. _________ in Madhya Pradesh, is the main diamond producing area in India. a. Palana fields b. Hutti mines c. Panna belt d. Bellary e.Not Attempted

10. Can you identify the name of the Indian business group that has tied up with ‘AXA’ group to launch a life insurance company? a. Reliance b. Tata c. Bharti d. None of these e.Not Attempted

11. The Indian Government has recently approved the cultivation of genetically modified cotton called 'BT Cotton'. Which multinational company is the major beneficiary of this decision? a. Novartis b. Monsanto c. Bayer d. Cargill e.Not Attempted

12. Which city is known as the Eternal City? a. Rome b. Lhasa c. Jerusalem d. Mecca e.Not Attempted

13. What is Zero Coupon Bond? a. Bond sold at the fraction of its face value b. Bond sold at the fraction of its cost price c. Bond issued for industrialists only d. None of the above e.Not Attempted

14. In which continent other than Africa is the Pyramids are found? a. The Americas b. Asia c. Australia d. Europe e.Not Attempted

15. Which Indian business group holds the maximum stake in the mobile cellular service provider Spice? a. Aditya Birla group b. RPG group c. Essar group d. BK Modi group e. Not Attempted

16. Which of the following countries has the second largest rail network in the world? a. India b. U.S.A. c. Russia d. China e.Not Attempted

17. Which countries supported the Greeks during the Greek war of Independence (1821- 1831)? a. Russia b. Russia and Germany c. Russia, Germany and France d. Russia, Britain and France e.Not Attempted

18. What is the punchline of INNOVA? a. Believe in the best b. Digitally yours c. Refined Aggression d. All you desire e.Not Attempted

19. Which port-city in Orissa was damaged during the 1999 super cyclone? a. Vishakapatnam b. Paradeep c. Mandvi d. Kandla e.Not Attempted

20. Name the Greek Goddess of Victory - better known to us as a famous brand name? a. Puma b. Sony c. Nike d. Pepsi e.Not Attempted

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