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  1. Which ministry launched ‘Nutrition Fortnight 2024’ to spread awareness about nutrition, dietary practices and women’s health across the country?

 

  1. Ministry of Health and Nutrition
  2. Ministry of Education and Skill Development
  3. Ministry of Women and Child Development
  4. Ministry of General Justice Co-operation

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3. Ministry of Women and Child Development

2. Recently Gevra mine has been established as the largest coal mine of the country. In which state is it located?

  1. Chhattisgarh
  2. Madhya Pradesh
  3. Jhakhand
  4. Orissa

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  1. Chhattisgarh

3. Which country has recently launched the new art and cultural destination Immersi within the Sustainable City?

  1. America
  2. United Arab Emirates
  3. India
  4. Britain

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2. United Arab Emirates

4. Which medal has the Indian team won in the Mixed 10 Meter Air Pistol Standard-1 in the Para Shooting World Cup?

  1. silver medal
  2. bronze medal
  3. gold medal
  4. none of these

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3. gold medal

5. Gorsam Kora Festival is celebrated at Zemithang in Tawang district of which state?

  1. Odisha
  2. Uttar Pradesh
  3. Arunachal Pradesh
  4. Jammu and Kashmir

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3. Arunachal Pradesh

6. Where was the country’s first LNG bus inaugurated recently?

  1. Kolkata
  2. Chandigarh
  3. Mumbai
  4. Bengaluru

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  1. Kolkata

7. When is National Immunization Day celebrated?

 

  1. 14 March
  2. 15 March
  3. 17 March
  4. 16 March

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4. 16 March

8. Who has been awarded the ‘PV Narasimha Rao Memorial Award’ recently?

  1. Amitav Ghosh
  2. Ratan Tata
  3. Riken Yamamoto
  4. krystyna piszkowa

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2. Ratan Tata

9. Where was the Global Spirituality Festival 2024 organized recently?

  1. Hyderabad
  2. Ahmedabad
  3. Mumbai
  4. New Delhi

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  1. Hyderabad

10. Who has been named National Icon in the PWD category by the Election Commission?

  1. Sheetal Devi
  2. Pramod Bhagat
  3. Avni Lekhara
  4. Sundar Singh

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  1. Sheetal Devi

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  • He’s known for his contributions to space missions, ultraviolet astronomy, and studying the interstellar medium. Initially labeled as 2005 EX296, the asteroid has been renamed (215884) Jayantimurthy, as announced by the Working Group of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), responsible for naming small Solar System objects. Discovered in 2005 by MW Buie at Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona, United States, the asteroid completes an orbit around the Sun between Mars and Jupiter every 3.3 years. Professor Murthy retired from the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA) in 2021 and now serves as an Honorary Professor. He also acted as the director of IIA from July 2018 to October 2019.
  • Hurun Research’s 2024 Global Rich List reveals that Mumbai has become Asia’s top city for billionaires, surpassing Beijing for the first time. Mumbai now boasts 92 billionaires, outnumbering Beijing’s 91, although China still leads with 814 billionaires compared to India’s 271. Globally, Mumbai ranks third in billionaire count, with New York at the top with 119 billionaires, followed by London with 97. Mumbai’s rise is credited to the addition of 26 new billionaires in the past year, bringing its total billionaire wealth to $445 billion, a 47% increase from the previous year. In contrast, Beijing’s billionaire wealth has declined by 28%, totaling $265 billion. Mumbai’s wealth surge is fueled by sectors like energy and pharmaceuticals, with prominent figures like Mukesh Ambani leading the way. Notably, real estate mogul Mangal Prabhat Lodha and his family saw their wealth increase by 116%.
  • This is a firm requirement for sustainable development, aimed at fulfilling the country’s international commitments to promote renewable energy sources.
  • A bench, including Manoj Mishra, JB Pardiwala, and Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, ruled on a matter concerning the protection of the Great Indian Bustard (GIB).
  • The court has asked for a report from the committee by July and scheduled the matter for the second week of August 2024.
  • The Court stressed the need for proactive measures to safeguard the GIB.
  • The committee comprises the Director of Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, Hari Shankar Singh, a Member of the National Board for Wildlife, Niranjan Kumar Vasu, former Principal Chief Conservator of Forest, B Majumdar, and Devesh Gadhavi, Deputy Director of the Corbett Foundation, among others.
  • In priority areas designated by the Wildlife Institute of India in Rajasthan and Gujarat, the committee will assess the feasibility and impact of overhead and underground power lines.
  • On March 25, ISRO announced a significant achievement: the PSLV Orbital Experimental Module-3 (POEM-3) completed its mission by re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere. This milestone occurred on March 21, 2024, during the PSLV-C58/XPoSat mission, which left minimal debris in orbit. The PSLV-C58 mission concluded on January 1, 2024. Following the primary mission of deploying satellites into their designated orbits, the PSLV’s final stage transitioned to a stable platform, POEM-3. This stage was lowered from 650 km to 350 km, expediting its re-entry and decommissioning to minimize the risk of accidental break-up. POEM-3, equipped with 9 experimental payloads, including 6 delivered by NGEs via IN-SPACe, aimed to demonstrate technology and conduct scientific experiments on newly developed indigenous systems.
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