Daily Current affairs Quiz 14th September 2018

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Daily Current affairs Quiz 14th September 2018

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14th September Quiz

1)Consider the following statements in context of ‘Kilkari’, which was recently launched:
(1)It is an m-Health Initiative recently launched by the Urban Ministry.
(2)It delivers free, weekly and time-appropriate audio messages about pregnancy, child birth and child care, directly to the families’ mobile phones.
(3)This launch, which is a part of the Government’s Digital India Programme, is in line with its commitment to prioritise public health and strengthen citizen-centric health services by leveraging India’s expanding mobile phone penetration.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
a)1 and 3
b)1 only
c)3 only
d)2 and 3

 

2)Consider the following statements regarding the GAGAN project :
1)It is an indigenous navigational guide system on the lines of GPS system jointly developed by ISRO and DRDO.
2)Apart from communication and navigation, one essential component of the GAGAN project is the study of the ionospheric behaviour over the Indian region.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
a)1 only
b)2 only
c)Both 1 and 2
d)Neither 1 nor 2

 

3)Consider the following statements with respect to warm blooded and cold blooded animals:
1.Warm-blooded animals are those whose body temperatures are regulated by their environment.
2.Cold-blooded animals are those whose body temperatures are kept relatively constant by internal mechanisms.
3.Warm-blooded animals require more food.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
a)Only 1
b)2 and 3
c)1 and 3
d)Only 3

 

4)ASW Corvette Kadmatt of the Indian Navy is
a)a sophisticated RADAR system fitted on top of submarines to detect mal activities.
b)a fleet of ships tied together technologically to act as first defence.
c)a submarine that generates in-house nuclear power.
d)an indigenous anti-submarine warship to protect India’s maritime interest.

 

5)“UNSC Resolution 1267”, often seen in the news is
a)a sanctions regime applicable to designated individuals and entities associated with Al-Qaida, wherever located.
b)a sanctions regime applicable to designated individuals and entities associated with Daesh, wherever located.
c)a resolution to help the governments of India and Pakistan restore peace and order to the region and prepare for a plebiscite to decide the fate of Kashmir
d)a resolution calling on all States to cooperate urgently on preventing the international flow of terrorist fighters to and from conflict zones.

 

6)Which of the following organizations published the ‘Global Risk Report 2016’?
a)The World Economic Forum (WEF)
b)The World Trade Organization (WTO)
c)The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
d)The World Bank (IBRD)

 

7)‘Shishu’ ‘Tarun’ and ‘Kishore’ named enterprises are associated with the
a)SBI
b)MUDRA Bank
c)IDBI
d)NABARD




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