• January current Affairs 2018 | First Week | Part 2 | 25 Questions PDF

    Hello Viewers ,  We have here explained all the MCQ of January Week 1 Part 2  MCQ Covered here are 25 . Q1. Which Indian-origin personality has been appointed as the Chairman of the Geneva-based World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)? [A] Bhupendra Kaintho..

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  • ISRO Launches 100th Satellite: 10 Facts You Should Know

    Space agency ISRO this morning successfully sent up a rocket carrying India's 100th satellite along with 30 others, four months after failed launch. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle or PSLV lifted off at 9.29 am from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh and a key component that had failed in August worked t..

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  • ON DEATH OF TIGER IN BOR RESERVE

    The tragic(दु:खद) death of Bajirao, one of India’s breeding(उच्चवंश) tigers from the Bor reserve in Maharashtra, on a highway is a reminder that building unsuitable roads through wildlife habitats(निवास/आवास) has a terrible cost. Losing a charismatic tiger in i..

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  • ENABLING A LAW

    The Supreme Court has struck(प्रभावित/चोट देना) a blow for the rights of the disabled, with a direction to the Central and State governments to provide full access to public facilities, such as buildings and transport, within stipulated(निर्धारित/अनुब..

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  • January Current Affairs 2018 Mcq | First Week part - 1

    Here we have covered the First week of January current affairs in the form of MCQ section . Every week we will bring 2 part of that week , so watch this video and kindly notedown these current affairs . Watch below : ..

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  • STATE OF CONFLICT

    The speed with which tension spread from Bhima-Koregaon, a village on the outskirts(बाहरी इलाका/सरहद) of Pune, on Monday to bring cities across Maharashtra to a shutdown by Wednesday, is a pointer(सूचक/संकेतक) to multiple failings. It appears that the police ..

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  • MONEY TALKS

    That the U.S. will continue to withhold $255 million in Foreign Military Financing to Pakistan this year suggests it is prepared to downgrade(झुकाव/अधोगति) its ties with Pakistan further in an effort to hold it to account on terrorism. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley cited Pakis..

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  • QUESTIONABLE REMEDY

    The decision of the Lok Sabha to send the National Medical Commission Bill to a standing committee for a relook is the right one. First proposed in 2016, the Bill aims to overhaul(निरीक्षण करना) the corrupt and inefficient(अप्रभावी/अयोग्य) Medical Council..

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  • BY EVIDENCE ALONE: ON MALEGAON BLAST TRIAL

    There are occasions when not only the accused but the criminal justice system itself is on trial. The case relating to the Malegaon blast of 2008 is one such. By overruling the National Investigation Agency’s finding that key members of a Hindu right-wing group called Abhinav Bharat were not involved..

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  • VIOLATORS MUST PAY: ON FIRE TRAGEDIES

    The loss of at least 14 lives in the fire in a Mumbai rooftop restaurant on Thursday night must compel(मजबूर करना/विवश करना) a relentless campaign for safety in buildings. Earlier this week, in another tragedy in the city, at least 12 migrant(प्रवासी) laboure..

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