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Current Affairs 20 September 2022
Ques 1. Neeraj Chopra has become the first Indian to win the Diamond League final with a throw of how many meters?
Ans. 88.44 m
Ques 2. In which park the cheetahs imported from Namibia have been released in the Nation?
Ans. Kuno National Park
Ques 3. In which year was the ‘International Day for People of African Origin’ observed for the first time?
Ques 4. Which will become the first city in India to implement a digital addressing system?
Ques 5. Who has started Prime Minister TB Mukt Abhiyan?
Ans. Draupadi Murmu
Ques 6. Who has been appointed by Mumbai Indians-owned franchise ‘MI Emirates’ as its head coach?
Ans. Shane Bond
Ques 7. At what age has Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died?
Ques 8. Under the Blood Donation Amrit Mahotsav organized on the occasion of which minister’s birthday, a new world record has been set for 87 thousand people donating blood.
Ans. Narendra Modi
Ques 9. In which Kingdom India’s first forest university will be established?
Ques 10. Which state government has launched Varsha J Sanchay Yojana named CHHATA?
Ques 11. International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved a USD 2.9 billion loan to tackle the economic crisis of which country?
Ans. Sri Lanka
Ques 12. After how many years are cheetahs returning to India?
Ans. After 70 years
Ques 13. Which country has passed a new law for a deterrent nuclear attack?
Ans. North Korea
Ques 14. What is the name of hydrogen produced from carbon-free nuclear energy?
Ans. pink hydrogen
Ques 15. In which state the ‘National Maritime Heritage Complex’ will be set up?
Ques 16. Which is the first African country to have an ‘Outcome Based Payment Agreement?
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