Daily Current affairs Quiz for UPSC, Banking, SSC , Railway 02 June 2019
Current Affairs for 2nd July 2019
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Iran announces breach of the nuclear deal
Iran exceeds its stockpile of uranium in a breach of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Trump warns Iran while UN asks Iran to respect the terms of the nuclear agreement.
Iran enriched its uranium stockpile passing the 300-kilogram limit set by the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
AFSPA extended for six months in Nagaland
The Home Ministry extended the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act for another six months, till December-end in Nagaland.
It declared the region a “disturbed area” and in a “dangerous condition”.
Imposing AFSPA empowers security forces to conduct operations anywhere and arrest anyone without prior notice.
It has been in force in Nagaland for several decades.
First battery-powered cruise ship sails
The world’s first cruise ship propelled partially by battery power sailed out from northern Norway on its maiden voyage.
The hybrid expedition cruise ship, the Roald Amundsen, can take 500 passengers and is designed to sail in harsh climate waters.
It is named after the Norwegian explorer who navigated the Northwest Passage in 1903-1906 and was first to reach the South Pole in 1911.
US Senate gives India NATO ally-like status
The United States Senate has passed a legislative provision that brings India at par with America's NATO allies and countries like Israel and South Korea for increasing defense cooperation.
The amendment provides for increased US-India defense cooperation in the Indian Ocean in areas of humanitarian assistance, counter-terrorism, counter-piracy, and maritime security.
Railway speeds up trains under Mission Raftaar
The Indian Railways said that it has speeded up 261 trains, by up to 110 minutes, over different zones.
It is a part of its Mission Raftaar to provide faster travel to passengers.
'Mission Raftaar' was announced in the Railway Budget 2016-17 and envisages a target of doubling the average speed of freight trains in the next five years.
Aparna scaled North America's Highest Peak
Aparna Kumar created history by becoming the first civil servant and IPS officer to achieve the incredible and rare feat of completing ‘7 Summits’ challenge'.
Kumar hoisted India's tricolor on Mount Denali in Alaska, USA.
Aparna Kumar is an ITBP Dehra Dun Frontier DIG.
She is also the first woman IPS officer to reach the South Pole on January 13.
The project of planting 33 crore saplings launched
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis launched the state’s ambitious project of planting 33 crore saplings within the next two months.
The aim was to create a record of planting over 50-crore saplings during the tenure of the current BJP-led State Government.
Maharashtra Government has successfully planted 2.82 crore saplings in 2016, 5.17 crore saplings in 2017 and 15.17 crore in 2018.
8 core sectors growth record of 5.1% in May
The eight core sectors in the country have recorded a growth of 5.1 percent in May 2019 on the back of healthy output in steel and electricity.
These sectors are coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilizer, steel, cement, and electricity.
Steel output increased by 19.9 percent, while electricity grew by 7.2 percent during the month under review.
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Which Of the following straits associated with a ‘string of pearls’.?Correct
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Akademik Lomonosov has been in new Recently It is a ..??Correct
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Hoysaleswara Temple located in which City.?Correct
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The ‘Group of Forty’ (Turkan-i-Chahalgani) was formed by .?Correct
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Correct Answer- Shams-ud-din Iltutmish
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Dyarchy was first introduced in India by ..?Correct
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Correct Answer – Government of India Act 1935
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The Freedom Fighter who died in jail due to the hunger strike. ?Correct
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The Ghadar Movement was founded by ..??Correct
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Who are the “Quadrilateral group Members”.?Correct
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India wins freedom is the autobiography of whom?Correct
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India Wins Freedom is the autobiography of Abul Kalam Azad.
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“niti pass” located in?Correct
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Niti is the last village and outpost in Indo-Tibetan border in Chamoli district