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    1. Which popular plywood company started off in 1982 as Sudarshan Plywood Industries Private Limited?

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    2. The Government has reduced the minimum annual deposit for ‘Sukanya Samritthi Yojana’ accounts from ₹1,000 to…?

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    3. What is India's rank in the United Nation’s E-Government Development Index (EGDI) 2018?

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    4. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has a new desktop software for converting any scanned or printed Indian language document into a fully editable text format in Unicode encoding. What is it called?

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    5. With which company has NITI Aayog signed a Statement of Intent (SoI) to collaborate in the ‘Aspirational Districts Programme’?

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    6. Which UNESCO World Heritage Site is depicted on the new ₹100 currency note?

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    7. According to recent, updated World Bank GDP figures for 2017, which nation has India overtaken to become the world’ sixth-biggest economy?

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    8. In which Indian State did Samsung recently inaugurate the world’s largest mobile manufacturing unit?

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    9. Apart from Kumaramangalam Birla, who else has been appointed as an non-official independent director of Air India by the Government?

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    10. Which sportsperson has been appointed a brand ambassador for Colgate Neo?

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