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  1. Sarhul festival is related to which state?

 

  1. Telangana
  2. Jharkhand
  3. Ladakh
  4. Mizoram

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2. Jharkhand

2. India’s coffee export has increased from 13.35 percent to how much in January-March?

 

  1. 1.15 lakh tonnes
  2. 1.00 lakh tonnes
  3. 1.25 lakh tonnes
  4. 2.50 lakh tonnes

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3. 1.25 lakh tonnes

3. Recently ‘Gangu Ramsay’ passed away, who was he?

  1. Musician
  2. Historian
  3. Academician
  4. Cinematographer

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4. Cinematographer

4. According to the EIU report, which country has retained the top position as the best place to do business for the 16th consecutive year?

 

  1. Britain
  2. Germany
  3. France
  4. Singapore

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4. Singapore

5. What is the name of the winner of men’s singles title in Asia Badminton Championship 2024?

 

  1. Li shi feng
  2. Jonathan christie
  3. Wang zhi yi
  4. Ashwini Ponnappa

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2. Jonathan christie

6. Who has passed the world’s strictest smoking ban bill?

 

  1. Britain
  2. Canada
  3. Germany
  4. Japan

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  1. Britain

7. Which is the first country to introduce vaccine for meningitis recently?

 

  1. Uganda
  2. Djibouti
  3. Nigeria
  4. Southern Africa

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3. Nigeria

8. By when has ISRO announced to make space missions debris free?

 

  1. 2031
  2. 2032
  3. 2030
  4. 2039

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3. 2030

9. Where is the recent rare occurrence of ‘Surya Tilak’?

 

  1. Tirupati Balaji Temple
  2. Lord Ramlala Temple
  3. Sabarimala Temple
  4. Shirdi Sai Nath Temple

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2. Lord Ramlala Temple

10. Which is the first company to export iPhones worth more than $10 billion from India in the financial year 2023-24?

 

  1. Apple
  2. Microsoft
  3. Tata
  4. Amazon

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  1. Apple

 

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  • Every year on May 3rd, we celebrate World Press Freedom Day. It honors the media’s role in promoting fair journalism. This day raises awareness about press freedom, a fundamental part of the right to express oneself. It’s recognized under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. World Press Freedom Day also commemorates the Windhoek Declaration. In 2024, UNESCO and Chile are hosting the 31st conference from May 2nd to 4th in Santiago. The theme is “A Press for the Planet: Journalism and the Environmental Crisis.”
  • India’s first domestically made semiconductor chips are slated for production at Micron Technology’s packaging unit in Sanand, Gujarat, by mid-2025. These chips are expected to primarily target international markets, potentially elevating the facility’s prominence in the global semiconductor industry. They will serve various purposes, including powering data centers, smartphones, notebooks, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The distribution of chips will be decided closer to production, considering factors like demand, pricing, and customer needs. Micron is exploring opportunities in emerging sectors, such as securing government contracts specific to India and supplying chips for electric two-wheelers. Additionally, as Micron expands its semiconductor supply chain in India, key suppliers like Simmtech are establishing operations in Gujarat. Micron’s setup in India aligns with the government’s $10 billion incentive program for semiconductor manufacturing and assembly, involving the establishment of an assembly, testing, monitoring, and packaging (ATMP) plant.
  • India and Nigeria are collaborating in various sectors including crude oil, natural gas, pharmaceuticals, Unified Payments Interface (UPI), local currency settlement, and the power sector. They have agreed to finalize the Local Currency Settlement System Agreement soon. During a recent visit to Nigeria, a seven-member Indian delegation, led by Additional Secretary of the Department of Commerce, discussed cooperation issues. The delegation included officials from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), EXIM Bank of India, and the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). Nigeria ranks as India’s second-largest trading partner in Africa. However, bilateral trade between India and Nigeria decreased from $11.8 billion in 2022-23 to $7.89 billion in 2023-24. Currently, approximately 135 Indian companies are operating in Nigeria, with investments totaling $27 billion.
  • Purnima Devi Barman, a wildlife biologist from Assam, was honored with the 2024 Whitley Gold Award for her work in conserving the endangered Greater Adjutant Stork and its wetland habitat, locally known as “Hargila” in Assamese. Her goal is to increase the global population of the stork to 5,000 by 2030 by collaborating on conservation efforts in India and Cambodia. Additionally, six other grassroots conservationists from Guyana, Papua New Guinea, Bhutan, Cameroon, Nepal, and Brazil were also recipients of this award.
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