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29 MAY Current Affairs Questions For Competitive Exams 2018
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Question No (1) Yes Bank will be empanelled by NSE as Settlement Bank for?
Answer: National Securities Clearing Corporation.
Question No (2) Which is the first Latin American nation to join NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) as a global partner?
Answer: Colombia (Country in South America).
Question No (3) Government of India and Tata Trusts signed a MoU to provide development support at where?
Answer: Naxal-hit districts in Chhattisgarh.
Question No (4) Which is the India’s first expressway to be lit by solar power?
Answer: Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) This expressway was completed in just 500 days.
Question No (5) Recently which country is banning products from United Arab Emirates (UAE) , Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt?
Question No (6) Which is the world’s first fully solar energy-powered airport according to UNEP ( United Nations Environment Programme)?
Answer: Cochin International Airport, Kerala.
Question No (7) To promote organic farming which state government recently launched the ‘Prakritik Kheti Khushhaal Kisaan Yojana’?
Answer: Himachal Pradesh.
Question No (8) Which company in India ties up with BSNL to launche ‘Swadeshi Samriddhi SIM cards’?
Question No (9) In India the main event of 4th International Yoga Day celebrations will be held at where?
Answer: Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
Question No (10) United Nations Truce Supervision Organization was founded on which date?
Answer: 29 May 1948.
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