9th December 2020 Daily Current Affairs & Daily GK Update in English

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Daily Current Affairs 9th December 2020 in English

 

  1. During the time of pandemic, when the parliament was not in session many ordinances and amendments were passed. Which amendment of the Indian Constitution has abolished the nomination of Anglo-Indians to the Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies?

(A) 101th Amendment Act

(B) 102nd Amendment Act

(C) 103rd Amendment Act

(D) 104th Amendment Act

ANSWERS: – 1(D) 

 

  1. The Fourth Industrial Revolution (or Industry 4.0) is the ongoing automation of traditional manufacturing and industrial practices, using modern smart technology. The first Industrial Revolution took place in?

(A) England

(B) USA

(C) France

(D) Germany

ANSWERS: –  2(A) 

 

  1. India has launched National Viral Hepatitis Control Programme (NVHCP) under which it has set the target to eliminate Hepatitis C by the year :

(A) 2025

(B) 2030

(C) 2035

(D) 2040

ANSWERS: – 3(B) 

 

  1. Over 22 scientists from India join UN effort to boost public confidence in COVID-19 vaccines. Recently, the United Nations launched “Team Halo.” It aims to

(A) tackle the climate change

(B) tackle the nuclear proliferation

(C) to tackle misinformation on safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.

(D) None of the above

ANSWERS: – 4(C) 

 

  1. When APEC Leaders gathered at Bogor, Indonesia in 1994, they committed to achieve free and open trade and investment by 2010 for industrialized economies and by 2020 for developing economies. The term “Bogor Goals” has been heard quite frequently these days. It is related to

(A) Asia-Pacific Economic Co-Operation

(B) BRICS

(C) Shanghai Co-operation Organisation

(D) Association of Southeast Asian Nations

ANSWERS: – 5(A) 

 

  1. According to data released by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), poaching and electrocution were behind tiger deaths reported in the country.

  Consider the following statements regarding the National Board of Wildlife (NBWL)

  1. It is a “Statutory Organization” constituted under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
  2. The NBWL is chaired by the Prime Minister.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(A) 1 only

(B) 2 only

(C) Both 1 and 2

(D) Neither 1 nor 2

ANSWERS: –  6(C) 

 

  1. The Prime minister of India while addressing the 12th BRICS summit held online touched upon issues like terrorism, Covid-19 pandemic and the need for reforms in global bodies.

The theme of 12th BRICS summit is

(A) BRICS Partnership for Global Stability, Shared Security and Innovative Growth

(B) BRICS: Economic Growth for an Innovative Future

(C) Collaboration for Inclusive Growth and Shared Prosperity

(D) None of the above

ANSWERS: – 7(A)

 

  1. How the National Commission for Scheduled Castes can help in socio-economic empowerment of Dalits in contemporary India. The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSCs) presents an annual report to which of the following?

(A) President

(B) Vice President

(C) Governor

(D) Parliament

ANSWERS: – 8(A) 

 

  1. Following are the lists of mountain passes and their locations. Which of the below mountain passes are correctly matched

                     LIST1                                                LIST 2

1-Banihal pass                             Jammu and Kashmir

2-Bara lacha la                             Himachal Pradesh

3-Kunzom pass                            Sikkim

4-Thang la                                      Uttarakhand 

(A) 123

(B) 12

(C) 124

(D) 1234

ANSWERS: –  9(C) 

 

  1. Among the given rights and the articles, identify the correctly matched pair

           LIST 1                                                              LIST 2

  1. Right to equality                                   Article 14
  2. Right to education                            Article 15
  3. Right against exploitation              Article 23
  4. Right to freedom                                  Article 19

(A) 123

(B) 12

(C) 134

(D) 1234

ANSWERS: –  10(C)

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