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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Latest News Current Affairs Quiz - 7 November 2013

1. Tarla Dalal, a noted Indian food writer, chef, best-selling cookbook author and host of cooking shows like "Tarla Dalal show" and "Cook It Up With Tarla Dalal" died on 6th November 2013. She has written over 100 books and sold more than 3 million books. Her first cook book was published in 1974. Can you name her first book?
[Category: India Current Affairs]
[A] Know your Flours
[B] Chips & Dips
[C] Punjabi Khana
[D] The Pleasures of Vegetarian Cooking


2. Indian Navy inducted which fourth generation advanced jet trainer aircraft at a ceremony held at the Naval Air Station INS Dega at Visakhapatnam on 6th November 2013?
[Category: Latest Current Affairs]
[A] Hawk 132
[B] Hotas 99
[C] Hawk 33
[D] Garuda


3. On 6th Nov 2013, a restaurant search service firm announced a fresh round of funding of $37 million from Sequoia Capital and existing investors Info Edge, taking its total funding to over $53 million. It also announced the launch of its services in three new countries - Brazil (Sao Paulo), Turkey (Istanbul, Ankara), and Indonesia (Jakarta) - where it will be available in local languages as well. Can you name it?
[Category: MBA Entrance Exams Current Affairs]
[A] Tomato
[B] Zomato
[C] KhanaKhazana
[D] MyTiffin


4. According to data released by the Internet And Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) on 6th Nov 2013, which Indian city has highest number of internet users than any other city in the country?
[Category: News Current Affairs]
[A] Delhi
[B] Bangalore
[C] Mumbai
[D] Hyderabad


5. The Reserve Bank on Wednesday, 6th Nov 2013, permitted wholly-owned subsidiary (WOS) of foreign banks to acquire domestic private sector banks as well as set up branches anywhere in the country. It also allowed foreign bank subsidiary to list on local stock exchanges. However, foreign bank subsidiary will not be allowed to hold more than __________ per cent, the sectoral cap for overall foreign investment, in the private banks they may acquire.
[Category: Business Current Affairs]
[A] 49
[B] 51
[C] 74
[D] 76


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