Ga Questions asked in Oriental Insurance Assistant Exam Morning Shift (22.08.15)

Dear Readers, we are presenting some of the Ga questions asked in Oriental Insurance Assistant Exam  Morning Shift (22.08.15)

1. Nifty Fifty refers to the 50 popular large-cap stocks on whichStock Exchange. - New York
2. What is the currency of Dutch Republic - Guilder
3. The 2015 G-20 will be held in which country - Turkey
4. Kargil Vijay Diwas is celebrated on which dayevery year in honour of the Kargil War's Heroes. - 26 July
5. India's  contribution in $ 100 billion foreign-exchange reserves pool that is being set up by five nations of the BRICS grouping to help each other "in case of any problems with dollar liquidity". - $ 18 billion

6. Oommen Chandy is the current Chief Minister of which State- Kerala
7. Mount McKinley (Denali) is the highest mountain peak of the State of the United States of America, and all of North America. - Alska
8. IRDA act passed in which year – 1999
9. Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre located in state - Kerala
10. Route of yoga express - Haridwar to Ahmedabad
11. Total target for housing 2022 - Housing for every family
12. Total target Solar Power by 2022 - 100 GW
13. What is the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands- Port Blair
14. Sumitra Mahajan has represented which constituency of Madhya Pradesh since 1989. - Indore
15. Ranthambore National Park is in which Indian State - Rajasthan
16. The Brabourne Stadium is a cricket ground in the Indian city of - Mumbai
17. The unit of currency in France is the-. Euro
18. Shubham Jaglan is related to which sport - Golfer
19. Kaiga Atomic Power Station is situated at which Indian State? - Karnataka
20. Olaf Pooley passed away recently. Who was he? - Actor and Writer
21. Who paid $1.3 billion for The Financial Times newspaper, which has combined paid print and digital circulation of 690,000? - Nikkei
22. The Demolished Buddhas of Bamiyan Are Reborn as 3D Projections. Buddhas of Bamiyan were destroyed in ------- in 2001. - Afghanistan
23. Which country becomes first developed nation to default on IMF debt? - Greece

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