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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Current Affairs -2016 December - 17 to 25 (Chapter-06)

Current Affairs -2016
December - 17 to 25
(Chapter-06)


76.Which union ministry has launched GARV-II mobile app in New Delhi to track rural household electrification and citizen engagement window ‘SAMVAD’.?
Ministry of Power

77.India received the maximum FDI inflows from which country in 2015-16?
Singapore

78.who named as the World’s most powerful CEO by Forbes?
Larry Page

79.How many mini-satellites have been launched by NASA on December 15, 2016 to measure the surface wind deep in the heart of hurricanes?
8

80.Who became the first female cricketer to win both ICC’s ODI and T20I Player of the Year Awards?
Suzie Bates

81.Jagannatha Verma, who passed away recently, was the famous actor of which language?
Malayalam

82.E-Commerce Company Amazon has launched a wallet to increase cashless orders for Amazon based transaction. What is the name of the wallet?
Amazon Pay Balance

83.Law and information technology (IT) minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday launched a free Doordarshan DTH channel to educate and inform the people about the various modes of digital payments. What is the name of this channel?
DigiShala

84. Which union ministry has won gold medal in the Web Ratna category of 2016 Digital India Awards?
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

85.Which Kargil war veteran was appointed chief of Air Force?
Birender Singh Dhanoa

86.who appointed as United Nations (UN) Deputy Secretary General?
Amina Mohammed

87.Name the Indian-British Activist who has been named in BBC’s most influential women of the past 70 years list released on December 14, 2016.
Jayaben Desai

88.Which country has become the first country in the world to legally offer “three-parent baby” fertility treatments?
Britain

89.“Pratikar-I” the first-ever joint military exercise will be held between Nepal and -------
China

90.Which High Court on December 19, 2016, declared a ban on all unauthorised ‘Sharia’ courts functioning in the state?
Madras High Court
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