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  1. According to the report of the Atomic Energy Commission, by when is there a plan to establish 1 lakh MW nuclear power capacity in the country?


  1. 2037
  2. 2027
  3. 2057
  4. 2047

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4. 2047

2. Who has won the title of women’s singles category in Kazakhstan International Badminton Challenge Tournament-2024?


  1. Anupama Upadhyay
  2. Manisha
  3. Ishrani Barua
  4. lim chiw sien

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  1. Anupama Upadhyay

3. Who has received the 15th CIDC Vishwakarma Award 2024 for Corporate Social Responsibility?

  1. Airports Authority of India
  2. Satluj Hydroelectric Corporation
  3. Power Grid Corporation
  4. Bharat Dynamics Limited

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2. Satluj Hydroelectric Corporation

4. Who is the oldest player in the world to achieve the No. 1 position in ATP ranking history?


  1. Andre agassi
  2. Rafael Nadal
  3. Novak Djokovik
  4. Roger federer

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3. Novak Djokovik

5. Who is the first Indian woman to be appointed a jury member in the Paris Olympic Committee?

  1. Hansha Mishra
  2. Jayshree Das Verma
  3. Shefali Sharan
  4. Bilkis mir

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4. Bilkis mir

6. Who has launched SCORES 2.0 aiming at efficient grievance redressal in 21 days?


  1. RRB
  2. SEBI
  3. RBI
  4. MVFX

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7. China has announced to change the names of how many places in Arunachal Pradesh?


  1. 31
  2. 30
  3. 33
  4. 39

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2. 30

8. In which city the Forest and Wildlife Department will ‘set up tissue culture lab’ for sampling of endangered or rare native species of trees?


  1. Wayanad
  2. Jaipur
  3. Pune
  4. Delhi

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4. Delhi

9. Which state has won the women’s and men’s title in the 56th National Kho Kho Championship 2023-24?


  1. Madhya Pradesh
  2. Haryana
  3. Uttar Pradesh
  4. Maharashtra

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4. Maharashtra

10. Who has become India’s top chess player according to the ranking of International Chess Federation?


  1. Prerna
  2. D. Hi Gukesh
  3. Viswanathan Anand
  4. Erigaisi Arjun

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4. Erigaisi Arjun


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  • 1Odisha’s CM launches the third phase of the 5T School Transformation Program, aiming to improve education and facilities in 2,151 government high schools across the state. The program integrates the 5Ts—transformation, collaboration, technology, transparency, and time—to promote holistic development.
  • The traditional pottery from Manamadurai, Tamil Nadu, has been granted a Geographical Indication (GI) tag, known for its intricate designs and vibrant colors.
  • Leh, Ladakh, hosted the Y20 Pre-Summit as part of India’s G20 Presidency, focusing on topics such as health, peacebuilding, and climate change. The summit facilitated open dialogue and workshops to address youth-related issues and formulate growth plans.
  • Bengaluru experienced a “Zero Shadow Day” on April 25, a rare astronomical event occurring when shadows vanish due to the Sun’s position directly overhead. This phenomenon, caused by the Earth’s tilt, occurs twice a year between +23.5 and -23.5 degrees latitude.
  • Xypex, a Canadian company specializing in waterproofing concrete, has opened its first production facility in India, located in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The 40,000-square-foot complex will enhance the company’s chemical manufacturing and distribution capabilities, expanding its market share in India.


In 2022, India ranked fourth globally in military spending, with a nearly six percent increase compared to 2021, as per a report by SIPRI. A significant portion of India’s military budget, over 23%, was allocated to machinery and infrastructure, particularly along the border with China. The total military expenditure reached USD 81.4 billion, marking a 6% increase from 2021 and a 47% increase from 2013.


RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das addressed a financial resilience conference in Mumbai. The conference, themed “Financial Stability: Framework, Monitoring, and Implementation,” is jointly organized by the College of Supervisors and the Centre for Central Banking Studies in London. The RBI initiated the College of Supervisors (CoS) to enhance oversight of regulated firms, with former deputy governor N S Viswanathan serving as its chairman along with five additional members.


  • Mohammed Shahabuddin Chuppu became Bangladesh’s 22nd president after taking the oath of office.
  • He succeeded Abdul Hamid, whose term ended on April 23, 2023.
  • Chuppu, a seasoned politician and former judge, was elected as the ruling party’s candidate without opposition in February of this year.
  • Following the ceremony, he signed the necessary paperwork to assume the presidency.
  • Shahabuddin Chuppu, born in 1949 in the Pabna District of northwest Bangladesh, previously served as one of the commissioners of the independent Anti-Corruption Commission.


A Munduruku Indigenous woman named Alessandra Korap from the Brazilian Amazon received the 2023 Goldman Environmental Prize. This prize honors grassroots environmental activists from around the world. Established in 1989, the Goldman Prize recognizes individuals who lead local initiatives for positive change through community involvement. Korap, belonging to the Munduruku people of the Amazon rainforest, witnessed encroachment by cities, farms, and roads in the 1980s, posing threats to her community of 14,000 along the Tapajos River from settlers, miners, and loggers.


  • The Cabinet approved the National Quantum Mission (NQM) with a budget of 6003 crores.
  • This mission, spanning from 2023 to 2031, aims to boost India’s quantum technology sector and elevate its global standing.
  • The goal is to develop intermediate-scale quantum computers with 50 to 1000 physical qubits across various platforms in 8 years.
  • The mission will also focus on creating highly sensitive atomic magnetometers and atomic clocks for precise timing, communication, and navigation needs.


Shaheen Afridi, aged 23 years and 18 days, became the youngest bowler to achieve 200 T20 wickets. He reached this milestone during the fifth T20I match between Pakistan and New Zealand. Doing so in just 143 games, he surpassed the previous record set by Kagiso Rabada, who achieved it at 25 years and 157 days. Afridi is the 53rd bowler overall and the 8th from Pakistan to reach 200 wickets in T20 cricket.

Important day

  • International Girls in ICT Day is celebrated on April 27 each year.
  • The aim is to encourage and prepare young women and girls for careers in the ICT sector.
  • This year’s theme is “Digital Skills for Life,” and it will be observed on April 27.


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