Sunday, November 13, 2011

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latest general awareness november-december 2011

  • Sunday, November 13, 2011
  • bhushan chhaya
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  • india won the test match against west-indies after a long time..

    australia were all out in just 47 runs.. ftw there were 21-9..

    post-office increase rate of ppf, nsc, and MIS.

    post-office and central government will close KVP may on 2012.

    Kingfisher is on bail-out vijay malya is asking for help to pranav mukharji.

    crisis continuously alive in italy and turkey.

    obama's brand value is losses and down to 32%

    i-phone 4s to launch in india on 25th november 2011

    according to recent survey girls are better drivers :(

    nuclear plants are start again in japan after a heavy destroyed by tsunami and earthquake.

    RBI decide to accept vernacular documentation in all states ( if you have gujarati ration card and you want to open account in maharastra you have to submit english documents..but now onwards we can submit all vernacular documents in any states.)

    cheques and Demand Drafts expiry date will set up to 3 months on april 2012 by rbi.

    DD will now not being a/c payee if less then 20000 on 2012 onwards.

    corruption is continue in india. still we are sleeping sleeping and sleeping.

    petrol prices are booming up, gold prices are booming up. inflation booming up.

    our pocket is emptying down. 

    dollar is become higher higher and higher with compare of rupees.

    RATAN TATA HAS ANNOUNCE cyrus Mistry WILL BE DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF TATA GROUP.

    FII selling back shares and money from india.

    SACHIN RAMESH TENDULKAR OUT IN 94 ON THE 3RD TEST OF INDIA V/S WEST INDIES.

    RAVI RAMPAUL AND SAMMY ARE CULPRIT OF BREAKING 120 MILLION'S HEART.

    SHARAD POWAR GOT HIS "AUKAT" AND SLAPPED BY SARDAR HARVINDER SINH.

    PORNSTAR NOW ROCKSTAR ENTERS IN BIG BOSS'S HOUSE

    aishwarya rai bachchan got girl baby bootie :P

     

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