1. Recently which of the following released 5th edition of waste land Atlas? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
Ministry of rural development releases fifth edition of Wasteland Atlas. The last edition was published in 2011.
2. First ever‘ BIMSTEC Ports’ Conclave’ will be held in:? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
First ever ‘BIMSTEC Ports’ Conclave’ will be held in Visakhapatnam The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is an International Organization involving a group of countries in the South Asia and South East Asia namely, Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan and Nepal. Delegates from the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, the Kingdom of Bhutan, the Republic of India, and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and the Kingdom of Thailand.
3. Consider the following statements with respect to Ebola virus:? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
4. Tiger Triumph is the first tri-service military exercise between India and:? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
Tiger Triumph is a bilateral tri-service amphibious military exercise involving the armed forces of India and the United States. It is the first tri-service military exercise between the two countries. India has previously only held tri-service exercises with Russia.
5. With how many countries, India shares its land border? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
India shares land border with seven neighbouring countries viz. Bangladesh (4,096 km), China (3,488 km), Pakistan (3,323 km), Nepal (1,751 km), Myanmar (1,643 km), Bhutan (699 km) and Afghanistan (106km in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir)
6. Which state rank tops in justice delivery? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
Maharashtra topped the list of India's first-ever ranking of states on justice delivery among the 18 large and mid-sized states. Maharashtra is followed by Kerala and Tamil Nadu, while among the small states Goa topped the list followed by Sikkim and Himachal Pradesh, according to the India Justice Report (IJR) prepared by Tata Trusts in collaboration with Centre for social Justice, Common Cause
7. Recently which country decided to exit from RCEP? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
India decided against joining Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade deal as India did not receive any credible assurance on market access and non-tariff barriers. About RCEP: The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is a trade deal that is currently under negotiation among 16 countries — the 10 member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), and the six countries with which the ASEAN bloc has free trade agreements (FTA). The ASEAN, which includes Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, has FTAs with India, Australia, China, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand.
8. Danakil Depression is sometimes seen in news. It is located in? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
9. World Tsunami Awareness Day is observed every year on:? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
The World Tsunami Awareness Day is observed every year across the world on 5 November 2016. This day coincides with the annual anniversary of the 1854 Inamura-no-hi (Fire of Inamura) event. On this day in 1854, a villager in Wakayama Prefecture in Japan through his quick action had saved countless lives after he had set fire to sheaves of rice on the top of a hill, thus warning people of the imminent danger of a tsunami. This was the first documented instance of a tsunami early warning.
10. Consider the following statements about International Telecommunications Union? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
India has been elected as a Member of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Council for another 4-year term (2019-2022).
11. Which country formulated byungjin policy? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
From 2013, North Korea followed its byungjin policy, the simultaneous pursuit of a nuclear deterrent and economic prosperity.
12. Consider the following statements with respect to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)? (Kalyansir OnlineIAS.com)
Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is a treaty to limit the spread of nuclear weapons, opened for signature on July 1, 1968. There are currently 189 countries party to the treaty, five of which have nuclear weapons: the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, and the People’s Republic of China (the permanent members of the UN Security Council). Only four recognized sovereign states are not parties to the treaty: India, Israel, Pakistan and North Korea. India, Pakistan and North Korea have openly tested and declared that they possess nuclear weapons. Israel has had a policy of opacity regarding its own nuclear weapons program. North Korea acceded to the treaty, violated it, and later withdrew.
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