Current Affairs 24th October 2018- Daily GK Questions,Quiz
- Which mission started by the Ministry of Environment to keep Air Pollution in control of Diwali ?
North: Green Diwali , Healthy Diwali.
2.Which state government issued the order to keep the Urdu version of ‘Shri Bhagwad Geeta’ and ‘Kaushur Ramayan’ in the schools-colleges and public libraries written by Sarvanand Lover ?
Answer: Government of Jammu and Kashmir |
- Which Indian player earned the credit of winning the first two medals in the World Wrestling Championship ?
- Bajrang Punia |
- In which state, 46 organizations have called for a state wide bandh against theCentral Government (Amendment) Bill , 2016?
- Assam |
- How many times did Paul Baid of Cameroon win in the presidential election with 71.3 percent of the vote ?
- VII |
- Nowadays, the Railways have modified the name of the ‘ clean sweep ‘ post of their cleaning workers and what is the new name?
- Housekeeping Assistant |
- Which Japanese scientist, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2008, died recently ?
North: Osamu Shimomura |
- According to the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2018 , which country’s top 1 percent wealthy has more than half (51.5 percent) of the country’s assets?
On 9.23 October 2018, which country’s President Xi Chunfing inaugurated the world’s longest bridge on the sea connecting China and Macau with Hong Kong ?
North China |
10.Which female player won the Denmark Badminton Open 2018 title at the moment ?
North- Tai Xu Ying (Taiwan) |
- Which country’s a company honored employees who took at least 5 days 6-6 hours of sleep in a week ?
- Japan |
- The Supreme Court has announced the hearing on the revision petitions filed against her decision to allow women of all ages to enter the temple on November 13 ?
- Sabarimala temple |
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