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  1. Which province has passed the new national security law, Article 23 law, affecting its citizens in March 2024?

 

  1. France
  2. Singapore
  3. Hong kong
  4. Britain

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3. Hong kong

2. Recently, the Defense Ministry has signed an agreement with which hospital under the Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme to provide health services to ex-servicemen?

 

  1. AIIMS Indore
  2. AIIMS Delhi
  3. AIIMS Bhopal
  4. AIIMS Raipur

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4. AIIMS Raipur

3. Who has been selected as the upcoming flag bearer of India in Paris Olympics 2024?

  1. Mary Kom
  2. Sharat Kamal
  3. Manpreet Singh
  4. Neeraj Chopra

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2. Sharat Kamal

4. Recently USA has announced to ban the sale of petrol running cars from which coming year?

 

  1. 2030
  2. 2040
  3. 2035
  4. 2045

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3. 2035

5. Which bank was authorized to sell and encash electoral bonds?

  1. PNB Bank
  2. ICICI Bank
  3. Axis Bank
  4. SBI Bank

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4. SBI Bank

6. Who has launched ‘CoViNet’, a global laboratory to monitor the emerging corona virus and other viruses?

 

  1. WHO
  2. wwf
  3. WEF
  4. WTO

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  1. WHO

7. According to recently received satellite based photos, China has built a secret submarine base in which neighboring country of India?

 

  1. Myanmar
  2. Sri Lanka
  3. Bangladesh
  4. Maldives

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3. Bangladesh

8. Who is the oldest player to win the men’s doubles final in Miami Open-2024?

 

  1. Rohan Bopanna
  2. Matthew Ebden
  3. Janik Sinner
  4. Carlos alcaraz

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  1. Rohan Bopanna

9. Which state’s famous ‘Sanjhi Craft’ has got GI tag?

  1. Madhya Pradesh
  2. Rajasthan
  3. Uttar Pradesh
  4. Bihar

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3. Uttar Pradesh

10. The recently discussed 100 billion dollar AI supercomputer ‘Stargate’ is related to?

 

  1. Microsoft
  2. Chatgpt
  3. Both of the above
  4. Google

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3. Both of the above

 

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  • He received the award for his public welfare and humanitarian efforts. On April 9, Congressman Brad Sherman presented Lokesh Muni with the Presidential Award Golden Shield and Certificate of Honor at the US Capitol. Muni founded Ahimsa Vishwa Bharati and the World Peace Center in India. The President’s Council on Service and Civic Engagement established the President’s Volunteer Service Award in 2003 to acknowledge the significant contributions of volunteers to America’s strength and identity. Awardees of the President’s Volunteer Service Award are selected by AmeriCorps, an independent agency of the US government that engages over five million Americans in service through various stipend volunteer programs across different sectors.
  • World Art Day is observed annually on April 15. It was established as such in 2019 during the 40th session of UNESCO’s General Conference. The inaugural celebration took place in 2012. This day coincides with the birth anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci, the renowned Italian painter, sculptor, and architect. UNESCO collaborates with the International Association of Art to encourage global creative engagement. The arts are officially recognized in seven categories: Architecture, painting, sculpture, music, literature, cinema, and dance.
  • The government aims to produce 170 million tonnes of coal from captive and commercial coal blocks this fiscal year. In FY24, these blocks yielded 147.12 million tonnes, marking a 26% increase from the previous fiscal year’s 116 million tonnes. Power sector captive mines contributed around 121.3 million tonnes to the total output in FY24. The coal production target for FY25 was discussed in a meeting attended by representatives from 74 coal mines. Coal imports for April-February FY24 rose to 244.27 million tonnes from 227.93 million tonnes in the same period last year.
  • Salman Rushdie’s memoir “Knife,” which won the Booker Prize, is out now. In it, Rushdie has a fictional conversation with his assailant, recounting the moment he was attacked in New York in 2022. The attack left Rushdie with injuries to his liver, hands, and nerves in his right eye. Following the controversial publication of “The Satanic Verses” in 1988, Rushdie spent years in hiding. His novel “Midnight’s Children,” published in 1981, also won the Booker Prize.
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