|A.||Narora Power Station|
|B.||Madras Power Station|
|C.||Tarapore Power Station|
|D.||Rajasthan Power Station|
Explanation:Tarapore Power Station.
|C.||Saint Andrew Auditorium
|D.||Sri Shanmukhananda Hall|
Explanation:Sri Shanmukhananda Hall.
|A.||Padma Shri||B.||Bharat Ratna|
|C.||Padma Bhushan||D.||Padma Vubhushan|
Explanation:Bharat Ratna is the highest civilian award of the Indian Republic which instituted on 2 January 1954. The award is bestowed "in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order", without distinction of race, occupation, position, or sex. The award was originally limited to achievements in the arts, literature, science and public services but the government expanded the criteria to include "any field of human endeavour" in December 2011. Recommendations for the Bharat Ratna are made by the Prime Minister to the President, with a maximum of three nominees being awarded per year.
|A.||Vir Chakra||B.||Mahavir Chakra|
|C.||Shaurya Chakra||D.||Param Vir Chakra|
Explanation:The Param Vir Chakra (PVC) is awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of all military branches for the highest degree of courage or self-sacrifice in the presence of the enemy.
|D.||Hari Shankar Singhania|
Explanation:On 26 November 2005 Dr Vijaypat Singhania achieved the altitude record of 21,027 m (68,986 ft) in a Cameron Z-1600 hot-air balloon over Mumbai, India.