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1. The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) recently approved defence purchases worth approximately Rs 7,000 cr including one more C-17 Globemaster Mk-III aircraft which will be procured from
1) Russia
2) Sweden
3) France
4) Germany
5) US

2. Nepal recently announced to hold its first ever joint military exercise named “Pratikar-1” with which country recently?
1) Pakistan
2) China
3) Russia
4) Sri Lanka
5) Bhutan

3. The Kisan Diwas is observed every year on
1) 23 Dec
2) 19 Dec
3) 20 Dec
4) 22 Dec
5) 24 Dec

4. Which of the following banks launched payments collection app for offline merchants and retailers called Eazypay which will allow customers to pay via UPI, cards and net banking?
1) ICICI Bank
2) HDFC Bank
3) IDFC Bank
4) Axis Bank
5) SBI Bank

5. Which state govt launched Biju Sishu Surakshya Yojana for HIV+ orphan children recently?
1) West Bengal
2) Jharkhand
3) Odisha
4) Maharashtra
5) Assam

6. Which of the following teams won the Asia Cup under-19 cricket tournament?
1) Pakistan
2) Sri Lanka
3) Bangladesh
4) Afghanistan
5) India

7. Tata Steel has signed an agreement to acquire 100% equity in Brahmani River Pellets (BRPL) for Rs 900 cr. The BRPL is based in
1) Karnataka
2) Andhra Pradesh
3) Tamil Nadu
4) Odisha
5) Jharkhand

8. Who among the following is the present Union Power Minister? He launched ‘Coal Mitra’ web portal to facilitate flexibility in utilization of domestic coal recently.
1) Nirmala Sitharaman
2) Dharmendra Pradhan
3) Nitin Gadkari
4) Suresh Prabhu
5) Piyush Goyal

9. The union govt will soon set up a toll-free number “10588” to provide relevant information and guidance directly to the
1) adolescent girls
2) pregnant women
3) working women
4) widows
5) women entrepreneurs

10. Shankha Ghosh, the Jnanpith Awardee and an acclaimed __________ poet, passed away recently.
1) Bengali
2) Assamese
3) Tamil
4) Telugu
5) Malayalam


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