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1. Which of the following NASA missions now holds the Guinness World Record for highest altitude (70,006.4 km) fix of a GPS signal?
1) Cassini–Huygens
2) Galileo
3) Juno
4) Mars Science Laboratory (MSL)
5) Magnetospheric Multiscale mission (MMS)
2. The world’s first hydrogen-powered, zero-emission passenger train named Coradia iLint was unveiled recently in
1) France
2) Germany
3) Spain
4) China
5) Japan
3. Which of the following countries recently said that four rupee-denominated bonds worth a total of about $748 mn are expected to be listed in its capital city in the next three months?
1) UK
2) US
3) Australia
4) Germany
5) Japan
4. Which of the following public sector banks appointed Ratnesh Kumar as Managing Director and CEO of its wholly-owned investment banking subsidiary recently?
1) Bank of India
2) Bank of Baroda
3) State Bank of India
4) Punjab National Bank
5) Canara Bank
5. Sheikh Rached Ghannouchi is one of the four prominent personalities conferred with the prestigious 39th Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation Awards for 2016. He hails from
1) Kenya
2) Nigeria
3) Tunisia
4) Egypt
5) Suriname
6. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) recently issued clarifications on hedging of currency for ECBs in a notification on its website. The term ECB stands for
1) External Commodity Borrowing
2) External Confidential Borrowing
3) External Continental Borrowing
4) External Commercial Borrowing
5) External Collateral Borrowing
7. The Army recently completed laying an irrigation pipeline for residents of villages in the Demchok region in which state despite a face-off with Chinese troops?
1) Sikkim
2) Arunachal Pradesh
3) Himachal Pradesh
4) Uttarakhand
5) Jammu and Kashmir
8. The govt recently launched Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan (PMSMA). Which of the following is NOT correct about the scheme?
1) It will provide healthy life to pregnant women.
2) It is applicable for all pregnant women.
3) It will provide free tests like blood pressure, sugar level, weight, haemoglobin test.
4) Women will be marked differently using coloured stickers based on their health problems.
5) None of these
9. India and which country signed two MoUs on the Ease of Doing Business and on intellectual Property Rights recently during its PM Theresa May’s recent visit to New Delhi?
1) Australia
2) New Zealand
3) UK
4) Austria
5) Sweden
10. PM Narendra Modi announced, in a surprise address to the nation, that the banknotes of certain denominations will cease to be legal tender from 8 Nov midnight. These notes are
1) Rs 2000
2) Rs 1000
3) Rs 500
4) All the above
5) Only 2) and 3)
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