Q: Who was heading the constitutional bench of the Supreme Court on March 9, 2018 that upheld the Passive euthanasia of the person?
(a) Justice Deepak Mishra
(b) Justice Kurian Joseph
(c) Justice Ranjan Gogoi
(d) Justice D.Y. Chandrachud
Q: Which of the following areas was related to Pyarelal Wadali, who died on March 9, 2018?
(a) Classical dance
(b) Sufi singing
(c) flute playing
Q: According to the Supreme Court, whom will be the final authority on the act of Passive euthanasia?
(a) Medical board of the hospital
(b) District collector
(c) Judicial Magistrate
(d) A judge of the High Court
Q: Recently, the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly passed a bill to give capital punishment to those those convicted for rape of girls below 12 years of age. Rajasthan is the second state in the country to pass such a bill, which is the first state to do so?
(c) Uttar Pradesh
(d) Madhya Pradesh
Question: Which of the following religious places has started ‘Darshan Q’ project for the convenience of devotees?
(a) Vaishno Devi Jammu
(b) Jagannath Puri
(c) Tirupati temple
(d) Shirdi Sai Baba
Q: As per the Defence Ministry, which of the followings will receive special family pension?
(a) The families of martyrs in Jammu and Kashmir
(b) The families of paramilitary forces killed in Naxal violence
(c) Officers who reached the rank of Colonel
(d) Security persons protecting the Line of Actual Control
Q: From which of the following persons, was the ‘Eli Wiesel Award’ withdrawn?
(a) Aung San Suu Kyi
(b) Runil Vikramasinghe
(c) Donald Trump
(d) Ahmedi Nejad
Q: Which one of the following teams has won the Deodhar Trophy Championship 2018?
(b) Indian Railways
(c) India B
Q: In which country did steel businessman Sanjeev Gupta be appointed as an Ambassador of Industrial Cadets Programme?
Q: What is the theme of International Women’s Day 2018?
(a) Women and leadership
(b) Press for Progress
(c) Divide the Gap, Recipe the World
(d) Women governance
Q: Balkrishna Doshi has been announced to be given Pritzker Award 2018. Which of the following is not designed by him?
(a) IIM Ahmedabad
(b) Tagore- Memorial Ahmedabad
(c) IIM Bangalore
(d) IIM Indore
Q: According to a recent UNESCO report, child marriage prevalent rate in India has come down from 47% in 2005-06 to what percentage in 2015-16 ?
(a) 18 percent
(b) 22 percent
(c) 27 percent
(d) 30 percent
Q: Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry has increased the amount of welfare scheme of journalists from Rs 20 lakh to:
(a) Rs. 50 lakh
(b) Rs. 70 lakh
(c) Rs. 80 lakh
(d) One crore rupees
Q: Neiphiu Rio took oath as Chief Minister of Nagaland on March 8. How many times has he taken oath of the Chief Minister of Nagaland?
(c) Four times
(d) Five times
Q: At which place did Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ scheme at all India level?
Q: What is ‘I Metros’, launched by the Cabinet Secretary on March 8?
(a) Biometric Identity Card
(b) Access token
(c) Customer Facilitation Center
(d) All India Metro Rail Company Association
Q: What is the name of a 100% Oxo-biodegradable sanitary napkin launched by Union Chemical and Fertilizer Minister on March 8, 2018?
Q: In which state was the first Jan Aushadhi medical store opened in India?
(a) Uttar Pradesh
Q: Which of the followings launched the ‘Women Entrepreneurship Platform’ on March 8, 2018?
(a) NITI Aayog
(b) Ministry of Women and Child Development
(c) Ministry of Skill Development
(d) Ministry of Human Resource Development
Q: According to the Union Petroleum Ministry, which country is the largest supplier of crude oil in India?
(c) United States
Q: ‘Saposhhi’ was in the news recently. What is it?
(a) A species of snake found in the Western Ghats
(b) Cyber malware
(c) A robotics that has established self control
(d) new vaccine for malaria
Q: In which country did Neil Basu become the chief of anti-terrorism police?
(d) New Zealand
Q: Kobe Bryant, who was recently presented Oscar Award, is related to which sports?
Q: For the first time since the Vietnam War, any American ship has reached the coast of Vietnam. What is the name of that vessel?
(a) USS Carl Vinson
(b) USS Lewis Puller
(c) USS Los Angeles
(d) USS Blue Ridge
Q: Which state has constituted a Cooperative Election Authority?
Q: Which country has recognised Cryptocurrency as its legal tender?
(a) North Korea
(b) Marshall Islands
Q: Which film was awarded the Best Film at the 90th Oscar Awards ceremony?
(a) Three Billboards Outside Eibing, Missouri
(b) Darkest Hour
(c) Blade Runner 2049
(d) The Shape off water
Q: Which of the following telecommunications company has announced plans to set up a 4G network on Moon for the Moon mission of 2019?
(c) China Mobile
(d) AT & T
Q: Javed Abadi, who recently died, fought for:
(a) Woman education
(b) Divyang Rights
(d) Tribal Rights
Q: Which of the following is related to the Indian Turf Invitation Cup?
(b) Horse racing
Q: In which of the following categories in the ISSP World Cup held in Mexico did Shahzar Rizvi of Meerut of Uttar Pradesh won the gold medal by setting a world record?
(a) 5 meter air pistol
(b) 10 meter air pistol
(c) 15 m air pistol
(d) 20 m air pistol
Q: In which country did the militant organization called ‘Support Islam and Muslims’ take responsibility for the bomb blasts?
(a) Burkina Faso
(c) Sierra Leone
Q: Counting was done for the assembly elections in three states of the Northeast on March 3, 2018. Which of the following states is not included in these three states?
Q: The Manik Sarkar had been the Chief Minister of Tripura since:
Q: According to the World Bank, Citarum is the most polluted river in the world. In which country is it located?
Q: At which of the Seychelles’s island India is building its naval military base?
(a) Denis Island
(b) Assumption Island
(c) Praslin Island
(d) La Digui Island
Q: In which of the following states ‘Shigmotsav 2018’ is being organized?
(d) Andhra Pradesh
Q: In which of the following states, ‘Bhagoria festival’ was organized during Holi?
(b) Madhya Pradesh
(d) Uttar Pradesh
Q: Which country has described the Japan’s use of ‘Comfort Women’ during world war-2 as a crime against humanity?
(c) South Korea
Q: Recently, Mr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of the North Eastern Region, launched the social media of ‘Namaste-Shalom’ magazine dedicated to the relationship with which country?
Q: The constitutional Court of Egypt has upheld the agreement of the Egyptian government to hand over the two islands Tiran and Sanafir located in the Red Sea to which nation?
(a) United Arab Emirates
(c) Saudi Arabia
Q: Which state has decided to link the remuneration of Anganwadi workers to the wholesale price index?
Q: Armen Sarkisian is the new President of:
Q: Which district administration of the country has started a web portal named ‘Raabta’?
(a) Murshidabad (West Bengal)
(b) Rajouri (Jammu and Kashmir)
(c) Amritsar (Punjab)
(d) Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir)
Q: Apart from India and Bangladesh, which country has signed an agreement for Bangladesh’s Rooppur nuclear plant?
(a) United States
(c) United Kingdom
Q: Which state has received the highest ranking in the Inclusix Index of Crisil?
(a) Tamil Nadu
Q: Which country has classified acid as ‘highly dangerous weapon’ in March 2018?
(c) United Kingdom
(d) New Zealand
Q: At the Asian wrestling championship held in Bishkek, in which category did Navjot Kaur win the first gold medal for India?
(a) 55 kilograms
Q: ‘India By the Nile’, which is in the news, is:
(a) The book written by Egyptian ambassador
(b) Road project by Government of India in Egypt
(c) A conference organized for the financial aid for Egypt in India
(d) A cultural events in Egypt
Q: Synestia, that has been in news recently is:
(a) A place in Syria where more than 500 people were killed in air attack
(b) The vaporized gas rock responsible for the creation of the Moon
(c) A type of gas which was recently banned by the United Nations
(d) a cyclone in the Pacific Ocean
Q: In which state is Dola Purnima is held with Holi?
Q: Lewis Gilbert, who recently died, in which area did he get popularity?
(a) Film direction
(c) Space science
Q: According to recent research, how many types of diabetes are there?
Q: As per the 2nd estimate, on the basis of base year of 2011-12, how much is India’s per capita income in 2017-18?
(a) Rs. 86,689
(b) Rs. 91,234
(c) Rs. 96,336
(d) Rs. 1,02,344
Q: Government of India has approved the establishment of National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA). Consider the following statements related to this:
1. It will be an independent regulator for accounting business.
2. This jurisdiction of the authority will be extended to listed companies along with large unlisted public companies.
3. The Authority shall have three full time members in addition to the Chairman.
Which of above statements are true?
(a) Only 1 and 2
(c) only 2 and 3
(c) Only 1 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3
Q: Where will the DefExpo 2018 be held in April 2018?
(c) New Delhi
Q: Union Cabinet approved the ‘Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill, 2018 ‘ on March 1, 2018. According to this bill, which offences will come under the purview of this Bill?
(a) If the value involved in such offences is minimum Rs.50 crore or more
(b) If the value involved in such offences is minimum Rs.100 crore or more
(c) If the value involved in such offences is minimum Rs.200 crore or more
(d) If the value involved in such offences is minimum Rs.250 crore or more
Q: Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, who was on India’s official visit in February-March 2018, is the King of:
(a) Saudi Arabia
Q: On which date was the 42nd Civil Accounts Day celebrated?
(a) February 26
(b) February 27
(c) February 28
(d) March 1
Q: The “BHAVISHYA” application of the Government of India is related to:
(a) Promoting sports in schools
(b) Employees pension
(c) Regular online quiz in schools
(d) Science scholarship
Q: In which city was the Maharashtra’s first Mega Food Park inaugurated on March 1, 2018?
(d) In Satara
Q: On which date is the World Rare Disease Day organised?
(a) On the first Monday of March
(b) on the last day of February
(c) on the last Saturday of February
(d) On the first Sunday of March
Q: Which player was given the Best Sportspersons Award for the year 2017 in the Laureus International Annual Sports Awards?
(a) Roger Federer
(b) Cristiano Ronaldo
(c) Lionel Messi
(d) Virat Kohl
Q: Shankaracharya of Kanchi Peetha Jayendra Saraswati, who passed away on February 28, at the age of 82, was:
(a) 65th Shankaracharya of Kanchi Peeth
(b) 61st Shankaracharya of Kanchi Peeth
(c) 69th Shankaracharya of Kanchi Peeth
(d) 71st Shankaracharya of Kanchi Peeth
Q: What is ‘IndiaSize’?
(a) Annual survey in India by NIFT
(b) Tricolor to accompany with ISRO’s Chandrayaan II
(c) New station proposed by India in Antarctica
(d) Exercise of Indian Army
Q: Nag, which was tested by DRDO on February 28, 2018, is:
(a) Third Generation Anti tank Missile
(b) Fourth generation anti-tank missile
(c) Fifth generation anti-tank missile
(d) Second-generation anti-tank missile
Q: Till which year has the Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Program (PMEGP) been extended?
Q: The Union Cabinet recently increased the constituency allowances of MP’s from 45,000 rupees per month to:
(a) Rs 55,000 monthly
(b) Rs 60,000 monthly
(c) 65,000 per month
(d) Rs 70,000 monthly
Q: Recently, how many areas of service sector have been approved by the Central Government to be developed as the ‘Champions’ area?
Q: Recently a new species of elephants has been identified in Africa. After this, the number of modern elephant species has been increased to three. Which of the following is not a species of elephants?
(a) African Savannah
(b) African forest elephants
(c) Asian Elephants
(d) Bornean elephant
Q: Where was the first ‘Aviation Multi-skill Development Center’ by the Airports Authority of India inaugurated
(d) New Delhi
Q : Where was Michael McCormack appointed Deputy Prime Minister?
(b) New Zealand
Question: Recently Facebook removed ‘Wirathu”s Facebook page. From which country is wirathu related?
(d) Sri Lanka