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  1. ISRO has successfully tested reusable launch vehicle (RLV) LEX 02 by which name?

 

  1. Pushpak
  2. Agni Ban
  3. Samar
  4. Prabal

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  1. Pushpak

2. Who is the first Indian to win the men’s singles title at the Lebanon World Table Tennis Feeder Tournament?

  1. Manush Utpalbhai
  2. Sharath Kamal
  3. Manav Thakkar
  4. Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

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4. Sathiyan Gnanasekaran

3. Which country’s Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has resigned from his post after defeat in the referendum?

  1. Italy
  2. Germany
  3. Ireland
  4. India

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3. Ireland

4. Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, recently honored with the ‘CERAWeek Leadership Award’, is related to?

  1. Israel
  2. UAE
  3. Egypt
  4. Saudi Arab

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2. UAE

5. Who has recently become the first Chief Minister to be arrested while in office?

  1. Mamata Banerjee
  2. Arvind Kejriwal
  3. Kamalnath
  4. Hemant Soren

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2. Arvind Kejriwal

6. Where has the Prime Minister recently launched ‘Dekho Apna Desh People’s Choice’ and ‘Chalo India Global Diaspora Campaign’?

 

  1. Andaman and Nicobar
  2. Lakshadweep
  3. Ladakh
  4. Jammu and Kashmir

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4. Jammu and Kashmir

7. When will No Smoking Day 2024 be celebrated?

 

  1. 13 March
  2. 11 March
  3. 12 March
  4. 14 March

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  1. 13 March

8. Which country has been awarded the prestigious ‘Measles and Rubella Champion Global Award’?

 

  1. America
  2. Brazil
  3. India
  4. Australia

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3. India

9. Sea6 Energy has inaugurated the first mechanized seaweed farm in which country?

  1. India
  2. Bhutan
  3. Maldives
  4. Indonesia

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4. Indonesia

10. Indian Coast Guard will organize joint exercise ‘Sea Defenders-2024’ with which country?

  1. America
  2. Sri Lanka
  3. Germany
  4. Nepal

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  1. America

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Some lines of current affairs 04 April 2024 news

  • Nair took over from Ajay Singh, the Chairman and Managing Director of SpiceJet, who finished his term.
  • Nair has over 40 years of experience in global finance and capital markets, with 25 years at Citi and nearly 14 years at KKR before retiring in the previous year.
  • ASSOCHAM, founded in 1920, is a non-governmental organization focused on trade and advocacy in India.
  • Its main office is in New Delhi.
  • Paradip Port in Odisha has become India’s largest major port in terms of cargo volume, surpassing Deendayal Port Authority in Gujarat, with 145.38 million tonnes of cargo throughput in FY24. This marks the first time in its 56-year history that Paradip Port has exceeded Deendayal Port’s record, following instructions from the Ministry of Ports.
  • In FY24, Paradip Port achieved its highest-ever coastal shipping traffic of 59.19 million metric tonnes, up 1.30% from the previous year. Thermal coal shipping reached 43.97 million metric tons, a 4.02% increase over last year.
  • The port’s growth was fueled by improved operations at the mechanized coal-handling plant, reducing idle time between unloading. Berth productivity increased to 33,014 MT from 31,050 MT in the previous fiscal year, a 6.33% growth. Additionally, Paradip Port handled 21,665 rakes, up 7.65% from the previous year.
  • In FY24, the port saw 2,710 vessels, a 13.82% increase compared to FY23.
  • China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs issued a new list of standardized names for places in Arunachal Pradesh, known as Zangnan in Chinese.
  • China named 30 additional locations in Arunachal Pradesh.
  • In April 2023, India strongly responded to China’s release of names for 11 places in Arunachal Pradesh.
    India’s central government reaffirmed that Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India.
  • Indian weightlifter Bindyrani Devi won the bronze medal in the women’s 55kg event at the IWF World Cup. She lifted a total of 196kg (83kg in snatch and 113kg in clean and jerk) to secure the bronze. Her total lift was 38kg less than North Korea’s Kang Hyon Gyong, who won the gold medal with 234kg (103kg in snatch and 131kg in clean and jerk). Romania’s Cambei Mihaela-Valentina claimed the silver medal with a total lift of 201kg (91kg in snatch and 110kg in clean and jerk). Bindyarani Devi also earned the silver medal in the clean and jerk section by lifting 113kg. In competitions like continental, World Cup, and World Championship, medals are given separately for snatch, clean and jerk, and total lift.
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