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Current affairs MCQs of 15th November 2021
Q.1 India’s first world-class railway station will be inaugurated in which city on November 15?
d. New Delhi
Q.2 Which nation has passed a ‘historical resolution’ boosting its President’s authority?
a. South Africa
Q.3 Which state has launched the ‘Shramik Mitra‘ scheme for construction workers?
c. Uttar Pradesh
Q.4 The Karnataka government at the cabinet meeting, decided to rename the ‘Mumbai-Karnataka’ region as what ?
a. Kittur Karnataka
b. Kalyana Karnataka
c. Kaman Karnataka
d. Kullu Karnataka
Q.5 Which country launched a small, low-cost Epsilon rocket carrying nine satellites?
c. South Korea
d. North Korea
Q.6 Who is the author of book Nehru: The Debates that Defined India”?
a. Tripurdaman Singh and Adeel Hussain
b. AnilRanjan and Vidisha Singh
c. Adeel Hussain and MohdAzam
d. AnilRanjan and Salman Khurshid
Q.7 Which India’s city to work with European Union on Solid Waste Management project?
Q.8 Which country has become the 101st member country to join International Solar Alliance?
Q.9 What was the rank of India in global Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) released by Germanwatch on the side-lines of the COP26?
Q.10 Which company has launched ‘Grow your Business Hub’ to bolster small businesses in India?
Q.1 c) Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate India’s first world-class railway station at Habibganj in Bhopal on November 15, 2021. Habibganj railway station will have all facilities that are available at international airports. It has been built by a private company named Bansal Group under a public-private partnership.
Q.2 b) The ruling Communist Party of China approved a rare resolution on November 11, 2021, which uplifted the country’s President Xi Jinping’s status in its history. The latest move can be seen as consolidating Xi’s authority and the likelihood of securing an unprecedented third leadership term in 2022.
Q.3 a) The Government of Delhi launched the ‘Shramik Mitra‘ scheme for construction workers.
Q.4 a) The Karnataka government at the cabinet meeting held 8 November, decided to rename the ‘Mumbai-Karnataka’ region as ‘Kittur Karnataka’, state Law Minister JC Madhuswamy confirmed.
Q.5 a) Japan launched a small, low-cost Epsilon rocket carrying nine satellites, the country’s space agency said, in the latest attempt to promote involvement by educational institutions and companies in space development.
Q.7 b) The European Union and the German Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) funded Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMA) Support Project titled ‘Waste Solutions for a Circular Economy in India’ will support Bengaluru in transition to low-carbon Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Management technologies in line with circular economy principles which are based on design out waste and pollution, keep products and materials in use and regenerate natural systems.
Q.8 c) The United States of America has become the 101st member country to join the International Solar Alliance (ISA) to catalyse global energy transition through a solar-led approach.
Q.9 b) India has retained its top 10 spot in the best performing countries for the third year in a row in the global Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) released by Germanwatch on the side-lines of the COP26.
Q.10 a) Meta has announced the launch of online resource centre ‘Grow Your Business Hub’, for small businesses to help find relevant information, tools, and solutions curated to cater to their business goals.