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10 Questions for Current Affairs & General Knowledge

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GK Questions & Current Affairs Test



Comments ( 19 )

  1. Want some current affairs of last week, please.
    I am appearing a current affair test. Something related to India. B’coz the test is in India
    Thank you for reading

  2. I want to major in something that it involves current afairs. Would accounting be a good career if I am interesting in current affairs?

  3. Would like to become a free lance writer, and fell that I have the knowledge and research tools available to do so; however, I need to gain some credibility to join a specific freelance writing website. How would I go about becoming published in a credible publication concerning current affairs, and what exactly constitutes being published? Do letters to the editor?

  4. I’m writing a reflection article on current affairs and i’ve been googling some current affairs that have happened lately….

    do you guys have any idea?
    wow did you idiots even read the description in this question? it clearly says i’ve looking for some online and i’d like to know if anyone else has any ideas on international affairs, that doesn’t mean i haven’t been doing research too. DUMB-ASSES

  5. Wat is the best way to develope knowledge about current affairs and English vocabulary without reading newspaper…bcos in my area in karaikudi..I can’t get any English newspaper…so pls suggest me d way 2 get current updates in printed form..

  6. Since having children, I’ve found it difficult to listen to or read the news. Mainly because I find the doom and gloom (war, conflict, murders, natural disasters…) very depressing. I know my reaction isn’t normal because I start thinking how screwed up the world is; I should never have had children because their future is doomed; very melodramatic b/s.
    Does anyone have a similar reactions? And how can I change my perception of and reaction to current affairs?

  7. Really need help desperately.
    Current affairs pertaining to world news.
    Please and thank you! 🙂

  8. I would like to know…
    Are you a young person that is interested in politics and current affairs?
    If so what issues are you most concerned about or interested in?
    What viewpoints do you have? Would you classify yourself as a Conservative, a Liberal or somewhere in between?

    If you are a young person that is not interested why not?

    And for older people…
    How important do you think it is for young people to be involved?

  9. You can also tell about people like pratibha patil, sunita williams and many more.Also tell the website where you found that.But main is current affairs, events and inventions.

  10. I’m a student in sixth form and I’m really interested in Current Affairs and the like, I want to International Relations at university. I was wondering whether anyone had good advice on what websites, magazines, books, films etc are good for gaining a basic understanding of this stuff as sometimes I get bogged down in it all. I watch The Daily Show and The Colbert Report which are quite useful but when they talk about American Political History, I’m lost, any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  11. I’m after a way that i can will keep up to date with all current news events – specifically in UK. I want to know and understand current affairs, but i find reading news papers or watching the news really tedious. So something interesting and fun, preferably online. But i still want to feel more intellectual for having watched it?

  12. Maria Antonia R
    May 18, 2012 at 1:58 AM

    I am currently an A-level student who has applied to do law at uni in september. I am interested in current affairs (I am constantly reading some form of news story whether it be an app on my phone, in a newspaper or just watching the 24 hour news channles) law, business and politics. Other than journalism, I want to know if there is any other jobs that are heavily based around current affairs?

    Thanks in advance.

  13. I’ve asked everyone about the Manorama Year book.Its quit tough to read that type of books,because I’m doing a job.My duty starts 4m 10:00am upto 10:00pm.So I cant go for any book which contains each & every affairs of world.I need the Main Insidents that happened in 2007 in India.Can you please help me?I need The entire current affairs of 2007 in India.Please help me.

  14. salvatore musiu
    May 24, 2012 at 9:44 PM

    i just love studying all history and current affairs all over the world? i also enjoy english and other languages. i love learning of different cultures..
    what type of job or business would fit this?

  15. I’m writing an article for a magazine, and want to know what current affairs readers would most like to read about. Any suggestions (along with any other interesting ideas) are welcome,

    Thanks! x x
    ( In England )

  16. What are good debate topics about ONLY CANADIAN CURRENT AFFAIRS?
    what are good debate topics about ONLY CANADIAN CURRENT AFFAIRS?
    please i really need canadain affairs that have 2 sides that are good to debate with i realy need this please can someone list me debatable topics to use?


  17. My friend said that it is subjective but how is current affairs subjective. Can someone please give some examples.

  18. I’m 19 and so I feel I have a responsibility to inform myself better about the British political system and global current affairs.

    I have a rudimentary knowledge, but I find it very difficult to grow my knowledge when current affairs are always changing and are usually wrapped in political lexicon that I don’t understand.

    I had my first AOSB Advisory Board for Sandhurst recently and really need to improve these two areas in the next few months, ready for the second phase.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    Wolfie, why should I forget about Sandhurst, may I ask?
    @ Woflie: ‘Britain’s War Machine’ that is on an equal amount of peace-keeping and humanitarian deployments as it is combat deployments? Do your research.

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