Current Affairs Quiz: Which is the most 'controversial' case in the history of Indian Constitution? - Newztezz Online


Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Current Affairs Quiz: Which is the most 'controversial' case in the history of Indian Constitution?

Current Affairs Quiz :
 There are many competitive exams in which candidates are asked the most questions related to Current Affair and students get the most in these questions, but we have brought for you the questions of current affair After that, you will be able to clear any exam very easily.

Through these questions, all of you will also get an idea of ​​how to prepare and you will also be able to know that which is the zone where you have to take more care.


1. Which country's capital exploded on August 4, 2020?

A) Vietnam
b) Turkey
c) Pakistan
d) Lebanon

2. Who is the new Comptroller and Auditor General of India?

A) GC Murmu
b) Satyapal Malik
c) Manoj Sinha
d) RK Mathur

3. Manoj Sinha has been appointed the new Lieutenant Governor of which union territory?

A) Ladakh
b) Jammu and Kashmir
c) Chandigarh
d) Puducherry

4. When was National Handloom Day celebrated?

A) 8 August
b) 7 August
c) 6 August
d) 10 August

5. When was the 75th anniversary of the Hiroshima nuclear bomb attack celebrated?

A) 5 August
b) 4 August
c) 7 August
d) 6 August

6. In which state of India will the Snow Leopard Conservation Center be established?

A) Uttarakhand
b) Himachal Pradesh
c) Arunachal Pradesh
d) Sikkim

7. When will the National Sanitation Center be inaugurated?

A) 8 August
b) 14 August
c) 15 August
d) 10 August

8. Which country has banned transactions with TickTock's owners, Biketens and WeChat's parent firm Tencent?

b) India
c) UK
d) Japan

9. Which of the following parties won only one seat in Sri Lanka's parliamentary election 2020?

c) JVP
d) SJB

10. Which is the most 'controversial' matter in the history of Indian Constitution?

A) Ayodhya Cases
b) INA trials
c) K.M. Nanavati v / s Maharashtra State
d) Orissa State v / s Ram Bahadur Thapa


1-d, 2-a, 3-b, 4-b, 5-d, 6-a, 7-a, 8-a, 9-a, 10-a

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