CURRENT AFFAIRS
DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS
A)
Bihar
B)
Odisha
C)
Jharkhand
D)
Chhattisgarh

Correct Answer : Option (B) - Odisha

Note :

The Odisha Government and the United Nations World Food Programme has joined hands to improve household food and nutritional security by strengthening the livelihood initiatives and reaching the thousands of state-supported Women's Self-Help Groups.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
September 2021
B)
October 2021
C)
November 2021
D)
December 2021

Correct Answer : Option (D) - December 2021

Note : The ISRO has announced that it is "putting extra work, extra hours" to achieve the launch target of the first uncrewed mission in December 2021 as a part of the human spaceflights programme 'Gaganyaan'.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
25m pistol
B)
30m pistol
C)
35m pistol
D)
40m pistol

Correct Answer : Option (A) - 25m pistol

Note :

On June 28, 2021, Indian shooter Rahi Sarnobat won a gold medal in the women’s 25M pistol event at the 2021 International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup being held in Osijek, Croatia.
 
It is being held from June 22 to July 03, 2021. Rahi shot 39 out of 50 in the 25m pistol final to win & It was India’s first gold at the ongoing edition of the tournament.
 
The silver went to France’s Mathilde Lamolle, who scored 31 out of 50.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
Scientist
B)
Economist
C)
Biologist
D)
Journalist

Correct Answer : Option (B) - Economist

Note :

A New Book Titled “Policymaker’s Journal: From New Delhi to Washington D.C” Authored by Indian economist Kaushik Basu.
 
The book charts the course of Kaushik Basu’s career over seven years first in India as Chief Economic Adviser to the Indian Government and after that as Chief Economist at the World Bank in Washington.
 
This book is a revised version of the diary that Kaushik Basu kept for seven years.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
Poland
B)
Norway
C)
Sweden
D)
Hungary

Correct Answer : Option (C) - Sweden

Note :

Sweden’s Prime Minister, Stefan Löfven, has stepped down a week after losing a no confidence vote, deciding to ask the speaker of the country’s deadlocked parliament to find a new government rather than call a snap election.
 
Kjell Stefan Löfven is a Swedish politician serving as the prime minister of Sweden since 2014 and leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party since 2012.
 
As of 28 June 2021, Löfven is the interim Prime Minister having tendered the government’s resignation as part of the process of trying to form a new cabinet.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
NTPC
B)
Tata Power
C)
Adani Power
D)
POWERGRID

Correct Answer : Option (D) - POWERGRID

Note : The Power Grid Corporation of India Limited handed over one Vaccine Delivery van, twelve ice lined refrigerators and nine deep freezers to the district administration of Kargil. Further, under PMDP scheme 66 kV power line network will also be strengthened at a cost of about ₹30 crore.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
Bokaro
B)
Chatra
C)
Giridih
D)
Dumka

Correct Answer : Option (A) - Bokaro

Note : The Jharkhand State Cricket Association has signed a lease agreement with SAIL Bokaro Steel Plant for the construction of Jharkhand's third International Cricket Stadium in Bokaro.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
IMF
B)
ADB
C)
AIIB
D)
World Bank

Correct Answer : Option (D) - World Bank

Note : The World Bank has approved USD 125 million assistance for the Rebuild Kerala Initiative in the meeting of directors of the Bank held in Washington.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
Narendra Modi
B)
Dr. Jitendra Singh
C)
Dr. Harshvardhan
D)
Dr. Ram Vilas Sharma

Correct Answer : Option (B) - Dr. Jitendra Singh

Note : The Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh has inaugurated a mega quintal capacity Seed Processing Plant with 16 lakh seed generation and 24 lakh seed processing capacity.

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Published On : June 30, 2021
A)
1400
B)
1750
C)
2000
D)
2350

Correct Answer : Option (B) - 1750

Note : The Indian Army has issued a Request For Information (RFI), for the procurement of 1,750 Futuristic Infantry Combat Vehicles (FICVs) to replace the Russian-origin infantry vehicles in service. This is the Army’s third attempt for the procurement of a new infantry vehicle.

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Published On : June 29, 2021