Thursday, October 6, 2016

Current Affairs -2016 October (Chapter-4)

Current Affairs -2016 October

46.Which Indian Monument recently bagged an award for Cleanest Iconic Place at the Indian Sanitation Conference (INDOSAN) 2016?
Rani ki Vav, Gujarat

47.Which state has topped list of endemic flowering plant in India, as per the recently released publication of Botanical Survey of India (BSI) titled “Endemic Vascular Plants of India”?
Tamil Nadu

48.Which country’s NGO has won the UN climate award this year?

49.S. Sivakumar was recently appointed as a full-time member of the 21st Law Commission of India. Who is the Chairman of the Commission?
Balbir Singh Chauhan

50.The very strong Typhoon Chaba is expected to hit the southern islands of

51.Recently the French government has conferred ‘Knight in the National Order of Merit’ to
Prajna Chowta

52.How much amount has been charged by the Supreme Court on Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain for the medical related issues?

53.The World Animal Day (WAD) is observed on which day?
October 4

54.-------- has become the first India state to adopt Central Government’s Street Lighting National Programme (SLNP) in all its urban local bodies (ULB).

55.The Union Cabinet recently approved the amendments to which Bill to safeguard the rights of people living with HIV?
HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Bill, 2014

56. What is the theme of 2016 United Nations’ (UN) International day of Older Persons?
Take A Stand Against Ageism

57. Which Indian city introduced hawkers zones thereby limiting the timings for street vendors at specific areas?

58.What is the name of the seventh edition Global Sports Summit, organized by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)?
Turf 2015-16

59.Name the five companies that recently joined hands to announce a historic partnership on artificial intelligence and machine learning?
Facebook, Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft

60.The Indian govt has invited Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan to be the next Chief Guest at India’s Republic Day parade of 2017. He is the Crown Prince of

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