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  1. Who has announced to build the world’s largest airport terminal?

 

  1. China
  2. USA
  3. UAE
  4. India

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3. UAE

2. Recently, which corona vaccine has been reported to cause blood clotting and low platelet count?

 

  1. Covishield
  2. Moderna
  3. Novavax
  4. Sputnik V

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  1. Covishield

3. China has launched the first Hangar class submarine built for which country?

  1. Iran
  2. Bangladesh
  3. North Korea
  4. Pakistan

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4. Pakistan

4. When is International Workers’ Day celebrated every year across the world?

 

  1. 3 May
  2. 1 May
  3. 9 May
  4. 8 May

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2. 1 May

5. Where has the ‘Nilgiri Tahr Survey’ started recently under the supervision of IUCN?

  1. Karnataka
  2. Maharashtra
  3. Tamil Nadu
  4. Goa

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3. Tamil Nadu

6. Who has been appointed by ICC as its brand ambassador for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024?

 

 

  1. AB de Villiers
  2. Chris gayle
  3. Yuvraj Singh
  4. David miller

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3. Yuvraj Singh

7. ‘World Workplace Safety and Health Day’ is celebrated every year?

 

  1. 29 April
  2. 28 April
  3. 27April
  4. 26 April

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2. 28 April

8. Where has the global education and training exhibition ‘Getex 2024’ been organized recently?

  1. Dubai
  2. France
  3. Russia
  4. India

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  1. Dubai

9. Which medal has India’s ‘Jyoti Surekha Venam’, ‘Aditi Gopichand Swamy’ and ‘Praneet Kaur’ won by defeating Italy in the women’s final in the Archery World Cup 2024?

 

 

  1. Gold medal
  2. Bronze medal
  3. Silver medal
  4. None of these

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  1. Gold medal

10. Who secured Paris Olympics quota in sailing in Hyères, France?

 

  1. Vishnu Saravanan
  2. Nethra Kumanan
  3. Arvind Singh
  4. R Sukumaran

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2. Nethra Kumanan

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Some lines of current affairs 14 May 2024 news

  • Thick Ash Clouds: Indonesia’s volcanology agency reported thick layers of brown ash flying several kilometers into the sky.
  • Eruption Details: The volcano erupted for about five minutes, spewing ash up to 5 km (3.1 mi) high.
  • Recent Activity: A smaller eruption was recorded on May 10.
  • Alert Status: The volcano’s alert status remains at the second highest level.
  • Volcanic Activity in Indonesia: Home to about 127 active volcanoes, Indonesia is situated on the Pacific “Ring of Fire,” where continental plates meet, causing significant volcanic and seismic activity.
  • Previous Eruption Incident: Last year, Marapi Volcano in Sumatra erupted, killing more than 20 people and releasing a gray cloud of ash up to 3 km high.
  • Renowned Punjabi poet and Padma Shri recipient Surjit Patar passed away on May 11 in Ludhiana, Punjab. Patar, known for his significant contributions to Punjabi literature, was honored with both the Padma Shri and the Sahitya Akademi Award for his outstanding work in the regional language. A native of Patar Kalan village in Jalandhar, he retired as a professor of Punjabi at Punjab Agricultural University. In 2012, Patar received the Padma Shri and served as President of the Punjab Arts Council.
  • Renowned Sherpa guide Kami Rita has broken his own record by reaching the summit of Mount Everest for the 29th time. Known as the “Everest Man,” Kami Rita hails from the ethnic Sherpa community. He has scaled Mount Everest nearly every year since his first successful ascent in 1994.
  • Last year, Kami Rita set a record by climbing Everest twice, bringing his total climbs to 28 before this year’s ascent.
  • Nepal, home to eight of the world’s ten highest peaks, saw over 600 climbers reach the summit of Everest last year.
  • Historical milestones include Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay as the first men to climb Everest, Junko Tabei as the first woman, and Mark Inglis as the first double amputee.
  • Mount Everest stands as the Earth’s highest peak at 8,849 meters above sea level.
  • Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) is set to install Chhattisgarh’s first 15-megawatt (MW) floating solar project in its Maroda-1 reservoir. This initiative aims to enhance BSP’s carbon footprint by significantly reducing CO2 emissions. The new solar plant will generate approximately 34.26 million units of electricity annually, cutting BSP’s carbon emissions by 28,330 tonnes each year. The tender process is complete, and the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract will be awarded soon. The Maroda reservoir, spanning 2.1 square kilometers with a water storage capacity of 19 cubic millimeters (MM3), will host this groundbreaking project.
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