- Question 1: Who will be the next Navy Chief of India?
Explanation:According to an official release, Vice Admiral Singh is currently serving as the Flag Officer Commanding in Chief of the Eastern Naval Command. During his long and distinguished service spanning nearly 39 years, he has served in a variety of Command, Staff and Instructional appointments.
- Question 2: Who has been appointed as Lokpal chairperson of India?
Explanation: President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday administered the oath of office to the former Supreme Court judge Pinaki Chandra Ghose as Lokpal chairperson.
The oath was administered at a ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
- Question 3: Ipoh is a place in?
Explanation: India defeated Asian Games gold medallist Japan 2-0 to start their campaign at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament at Ipoh Malaysia today.
- Question 4: Recenlty in the news, Baghouz is a place in...?
Explanation: US-backed forces in Syria Saturday announced they have liberated the last area held by the Islamic State in the eastern Syrian village of Baghouz, declaring victory over the extremist group and the end of its self-declared Islamic caliphate.
- Question 5: Kazakhstan has decided to rename its capital Astana as ....?
Explanation: Kazakhstan's parliament today voted to rename the country's capital Astana as Nursultan in honour of longtime ruler Nursultan Nazarbayev, a day after he resigned as president.
- Question 6: Who wrote - Indian Fiscal Federalism ?
Explanation:The book has been authored by former RBI Governor Dr. Y V Reddy and co-authored by Dr. G R Reddy.
- Question 7: Which railway station has received Gold Rating by the Indian Green Building Council ?
Explanation: The station boasts of 100% LED lighting, five stars rated fans, pumps and motors, and solar water heating systems. It is one of the busiest railway junction.
- Question 8: The world’s longest salt cave has recently discovered in ...?
Explanation: Israeli researchers have discovered the world's longest salt cave, called Malham. It stretches over 10 km, runs through Mount Sodom, Israel’s largest mountain.