Saturday, November 5, 2016

Current Affairs -2016 November (Chapter-03)

Current Affairs -2016 November

31.Name the digital exhibition that was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 141st birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
Uniting India: Sardar Patel

32.Who is appointed as Non-Executive Chairman Of Yes Bank?
Ashok Chawla

33.TRAI has made it compulsory for Broadband providers to ensure minimum speed of how many Kbps after users exhaust their initial data quota?
512 Kbps

34.Who won the men’s single title of the Bahrain International Challenge badminton tournament?
Pratul Joshi

35.LinkedIn has signed MoU with which union ministry to create jobs for students?
Ministry of Human Resource Development

36.NHPC, India’s largest hydropower generation company announced that it has approved its 50 Megawatt (MW) wind power project (WPP) in which place?
Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

37.India has signed a MoU with which country for setting up of Techo Park in Ramallah?

38.Ministry of Textile Smt. Irani will inaugurate the handicrafts fair being marketed by COHANDS. What does COHANDS stand for?
 Council of Handicrafts Development Corporations

39.Who is the newly appointed chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT)?
Sushil Chandra

40. Humans are more aligned with the universe according to scientists who found the structure of our cell cytoplasm to be akin to what?
Neutron stars

41.Who is appointed as Brand Ambassador Of Swachh Rail Mission?
Bindheswar Pathak

42.Name the joint military exercise that will be held between India and Bangladesh at Tangail, Dhaka from 5 to 18 November 2016.

43.The Election Commission of India (ECI) has launched an online survey to assess level of awareness among Overseas Indian Citizens in collaboration with which institute?
Tata Institute of Social Sciences

44.The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has now made it compulsory for the public sector banks to report to it all such matters involving funds over how much amount?
Rs.1 crore

45.Which state government has observed November 1 as ‘No Tobacco Day’

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