- Question 1: Where is Kishenganga hydroelectric project?
Explanation:Prime Minister Modi also dedicated to the nation a 330 MW Kishenganga hydroelectric project from Srinagar.
There are 7 functional NHPC power projects in J&K. The project has been built at a cost of Rs 5200 cr.
- Question 2: ___ has become the Youngest Indian Woman to Scale Mount Everest
Explanation:India's Shivangi Pathak has become youngest women of the country to scale Mt Everest from Nepal side.
According to the Managing Director of Seven Summit Treks, Mingma Sherpa, 16-year-old Haryana Born Shivangi successfully stood atop world’s highest mountain.
- Question 3: Who is the Prime Minister of The Netherlands?
- Question 4: ___ has been launched to protect the environment and promote good living?
Explanation:Green Good Deeds, the societal movement launched by Environment, Forest & Climate Change Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan to protect the environment and promote good living has found acceptance by the global community.
- Question 5: 4th BRICS Environment Ministerial held in ...?
Explanation:Dr Harsh Vardan at the ongoing 4th BRICS Environment Ministerial in Durban, South Africa had urged the BRICS nations to jointly help in the development of a social movement to fight for the protection and conservation of the environment.
- Question 6: ___ is organising Venture Capital Symposium 2018
Explanation:NITI Aayog, in association with Vision India Foundation, is organizing the Venture Capital Symposium 2018 to deepen the economic relationships between France and India.
The Venture Capital Symposium 2018 is a three-day event where the French investors will be interacting with 100 early to mid-stage Indian start-ups.
- Question 7: Indian Economy is Projected to Grow ___ in 2018-19 as per UN Report?
Explanation:India's economy is projected to grow 7.6% in fiscal year 2018-19, remaining the fastest growing economy in the world, according to a United Nations report.
- Question 8: Name the 1st Female Director of CIA?
Explanation:The US Senate confirmed Gina Haspel as the first female director of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Gina Haspel's confirmation in a 54-45 vote follows a partisan fight among senators about the CIA's Bush-era use of techniques such as waterboarding.