Hindi Current Affairs Quiz: 30 July 2019

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1. Underwater military museum has been built in which of the following countries?
a. India
b. China
c. Germany
d. Jordan

2. Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurated the second ground breaking ceremony of UP Investors Summit in which city?
a. Kanpur
b. Lucknow
c. Varanasi
d. Agra

3. Recently which active volcano of Italy affected the life of the people due to the release of lava and smoke?
a. Vesuvius Mountains
b. Cotopaxi
c. Mount Etna
d. Stramboli

4. Which of the following Indian sand artists was awarded the ‘People’s Choice Award’ at the prestigious ‘America’s Sand Sculpting Festival 2019’?
a. Nitish bharti
b. Rahul Arya
c. Narayan Sahu
d. Sudarshan Patnaik

5. Recently the Union Minister of Water launched the Capacity Strengthening Initiative of the Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation of the Ministry of Water Power in which state?
a. Bihar
b. Tamil Nadu
c. Jharkhand
d. Punjab

6. Recently a leading startup company i Space (iSpace) launched the country’s first commercial rocket capable of orbiting a satellite?
a. China
b. Nepal
c. Bangladesh
d. Pakistan

7. What is the name of India’s first woman legislator in whose honor Google has made a doodle?
a. Savitri Swamy
b. Ankita Deshpande
c. Muthulakshmi Reddy
d. Aarti Narayan

8. Indian Air Force has recently signed a Rs 1500 crore deal with Russia to buy which air-to-air missile?
a. R-27 missile
b. P-66 missile
c. JT-77 missile
d. MG-18 missile

9. According to Census Report 2018 of tigers, which state of India has the most tigers?
a. Gujarat
b. Rajasthan
c. Madhya Pradesh
d. Andra Pradesh

10. In which area of ​​Pakistan, the 1,000-year-old Shawala Teja Singh temple has been opened for worship for the first time after partition?
a. Lahore
b. Sialkot
c. Rawalpindi
d. Peshawar

answer:
1. d. Jordan

The world’s first underwater military museum has been built in Jordan’s Aqaba. It is built at a depth of 28 meters (92 ft) in the sea. The army has placed 19 types of military equipment here, including battle tanks, military ambulances, helicopters, war planes, cranes and anti-aircraft.

2. b. Lucknow

The purpose of this summit is to make a proactive effort to facilitate Ease of Doing Business by establishing a model of good governance by the Central Government. Under the second ground of UP Investors Summit, efforts have been made to approach ‘Transforming India’ to include every citizen of the country in the top three economies of the world.

3. c. Mount Etna
According to the National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology, this volcano was also active in early June. Mount Etna is Europe’s highest and active volcano. It is located on the eastern coast of Sicily in Italy and is the highest mountain in Italy. UNESCO has also included it in the list of World Heritage Sites. This volcano is about 3326 meters high.

4. d. Sudarshan Patnaik
Sudarshan Patnaik gave a message to deal with the ‘plastic pollution’ in the oceans in a shape drawn on sand. In addition to Patnaik, 15 top sand artists in the world participated in this competition held on ‘River Beach’ in Boston, Massachusetts.

5. c. Jharkhand
Under this program, a group of 2800 field trainers will be formed in the initial trainings which will reach about 2.5 lakh gram panchayats across the country. The main objective of this initiative is to ensure the stability of open defecation free villages under the Swachh Bharat Mission. In addition, this initiative will help field trainers and members of Panchayat Raj Sansthan to provide better facilities for the management of solid and liquid waste as well as safe and adequate drinking water supply.

6. a. China
This move of China can be very important in the context of personal use of space. Earlier in 2018, China’s rocket manufacturers LandSpace and OneSpace made similar efforts, but both these rockets failed to enter the Earth’s orbit.

7. c. Muthulakshmi Reddy
Muthulakshmi Reddy was the first woman legislator of India as well as the first female surgeon in the country. On July 30, on the occasion of 133rd birth anniversary of Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy, Google has remembered her by making a doodle. This doodle is made in the name of Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy, an educationist, legislator, surgeon and social reformer of India.

8. a. R-27 missile
The Indian Air Force has signed an agreement to buy R-27 missiles worth Rs 1500 crore from Russia. The R-27 can be launched from a height of 25 km up to a range of 60 km. The weight of this missile is 253 kg.

9. c. Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh ranks first in the country with 526 tigers. Karnataka came second with 524 tigers and Uttarakhand stood at number three with 442 tigers. The Prime Minister released the tiger census 2018 report, saying that in 2014, the number of protected areas for tigers in India was 692 which has increased to more than 860 in 2019.

10. b. Sialkot
The 1,000-year-old Hindu temple in Sialkot, Pakistan, was opened for worship for the first time after partition. According to the ‘History of Sialkot’ written by the late writer Rashid Niaz, this temple is 1,000 years old and is present in the Sialkot region, 100 kilometers from Lahore. After the demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992, this temple was attacked and it was partially damaged.

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