Top Current Affairs 2 February 2021 & Daily GK Update in English

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Daily Current Affairs 2 February 2021 in English

 

  1. The government of Nepal announced that it has granted the contract for the construction of the lower Arun Hydro Project of 679 MW to Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam- SJVN of India. in context to rivers tell us, which river originates as well as ends in the territory of India?

(A) Brahmaputra

(B) Indus

(C) Kosi

(D) Chambal

ANSWERS: – 1(D) 

 

  1. Recently Jay Shah has been elected as the President of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC). In context to ACC tell us, how many member associations are there in the council?

(A) 24

(B) 22

(C) 23

(D) 25

ANSWERS: –  2(A)

 

  1. According to the Economic Survey 2021, India’s GDP is estimated to contract by 7.7%. In context to the same tell us, who of the following present the economic survey one day earlier the annual budget?

(A) Prime Minister

(B) Chief Economic Adviser

(C) Finance Secretary

(D) Finance Minister

ANSWERS: – 3(D)

 

  1. The United Nations World Tourism Organization has recently confirmed the Year 2020 as the “worst year on record”. In context to the same tell us, where is the headquarter of UNWTO located?

(A) France

(B) Britain

(C) Spain

(D) the Philippines

ANSWERS: – 4(C)

 

  1. India and France has launched an initiative to strengthening the cooperation in sustainable development and working towards the global environment protection. In context to Indo-France relations tell us, what is the name of naval exercise held between both countries since 1983?

(A) Vajra

(B) Yuddh

(C) Varuna

(D) Maitri

ANSWERS: –  5(C)

 

  1. According to the studies, butterflies use a highly effective clap technique, therefore making use of their unique wings.

Consider the following statements regarding the same –

(1) Butterflies use their feet to taste.

(2) Butterflies lives only for a few months.
(3) Butterflies Scientific name is Rhopalocera.

Which of the above is/are correct?

(A) Only (1) and (3)

(B) Only (2) and (1)

(C) Only (3) and (2)

(D) None of the above

ANSWERS: –  6(A) 

 

  1. The researchers have found that, improved antibodies are produced by immune cells that have kept evolving apparently due to a continued exposure to the remnants of the virus hidden in the gut tissue.

Consider the following statements regarding the immune system of humans-

(I) The bone marrow is the main lymphoid organ where all blood cells including lymphocytes are produced.

(II) The primary lymphoid organ is thymus.

(III) The thymus is located near the heart and beneath the breastbone.

Which of the above is/are correct?

(A) Only (1) and (3)

(B) Only (1) and (2)

(C) Only (3) and (2)

(D) All are correct

ANSWERS: –  7(A) 

 

 

  1. Scientists have developed a process to produce commodity chemicals in a much less hazardous way than was previously possible.

Consider the following statements regarding Chlorine and other gases –

(I) Chlorine is a choking agent.

(II) It is greenish-yellow clouds of gas cause shortness of breath and sometimes death.

(III) Sarin gas was originally developed in 1938 in Germany as a pesticide.

(A) Only (1) and (2)

(B) Only (2) and (3)

(C) Only (3) and (1)

(D) All are correct

ANSWERS: – 8(D) 

 

  1. Polish researchers have been testing the effectiveness of a range of chemical compounds against African Swine Fever virus (ASFv).

Match the following viruses with their disease –

(a) Clostridium tetani              1- Tetanus                      

(b) Corynebacterium                2- Diphtheria

(c) Coxiella burnetii                  3- Pneumonia

(d) Hib (type B)                           4- Q fever

Options-

(A) a-1, b-4, c-3, d-2

(B) a-2, b-3, c-1, d-4

(C) a-1, b-2, c-4, d-3

(D) a-1, b-3, c-2, d-4

ANSWERS: –  9(C) 

 

  1. Scientists have spotted three mysterious ozone-depleting chemicals in Earth’s atmosphere.

In context to the same, match the following compounds with their formulas-

(a) Ascorbic acid          1- C6H8O6

(b) Benzoic acid           2- C7H6O2

(c) Resorcinol                3- C6H6O2

Options

(A) a-1, b-2, c-3

(B) a-2, b-3, c-1

(C) a-3, b-2, c-1

(D) a-1, b-3, c-2

ANSWERS: -10(A)

 

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