Current Affairs January 2014 Quiz - 10

91The Union Government extended the term of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Chairman __________ for a period of two years in Jan 2014.
 A) C B Bhave
 B) Raghuram Rajan
 C) U K. Sinha
 D) Deepak Sinha
92Who in the list won "Padma Shri Award 2014" from ______ field in January 2014.
 A) Paresh Rawal
 B) Om Puri
 C) Asrani
 D) None of These
93"NRI Day" is observed on?
 A) 9-Jan
 B) 11-Jan
 C) 14-Jan
 D) 10-Jan
94Which Indian state is the first state in the country to provide universal health coverage for tertiary care to all the sections of society afte covering 1.12 crore people of Above Poverty Line families under the newly launched Rajiv Arogya Bhagya?
 A) Kerala
 B) Tamil Nadu
 C) Gujarat
 D) Karnataka
95Which writer won The Hindu Prize for Best Fiction 2013 for his second novel, -Vanity Bagh- for consistent writing and humour and imagination (announced in Jan 2014)?
 A) Amitav Ghosh
 B) Anees Salim
 C) Jhumpa Lahiri
 D) Arundhati Roy
96Who won the "Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy" award in the 71st annual Golden Globes Awards presented in January 2014?
 A) Mathew Mc Conaughey
 B) Alfonso Cuaron
 C) Leonardo DiCaprio
 D) Jared Leto
97Who has been appointed Secretary in Department of Commerce in Jan 2014?
 A) Rajeev Kher
 B) S R Rao
 C) Sudhir Gupta
 D) Shailendra Singh
98Famous Padma Shri awardee Marathi _______ Namdeo Dhasal passed away in Mumbai in Jan 2014 after a prolonged illness.
 A) Actor
 B) Director
 C) Poet
 D) Artist
99India-s overall inflation, measured by the Wholesale price index, stood at _______ in December 2013 (announced in Jan 2014).
 A) 6.16%
 B) 5.85%
 C) 6.92%
 D) 7.11%
100China's total FDI jumped by 5.25% in 2013 to __________ (announced in Jan 2014).
 A) USD 162.4 billion
 B) USD 102.45 billion
 C) USD 122.1 billion
 D) USD 117.59 billion

Check below for Answers:
91Ans) U K. Sinha
92Ans) Paresh Rawal
93Ans) 9-Jan
94Ans) Karnataka
95Ans) Anees Salim
96Ans) Leonardo DiCaprio
97Ans) Rajeev Kher
98Ans) Poet
99Ans) 6.16%
100Ans) USD 117.59 billion