Saturday, 4 February 2017

Current Affairs – 3rd February 2017 GK Questions

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3rd February 2017 GK Questions – Current Affairs

  • Tata Motors will launch a sub-brand TAMO to introduce new technology equipped vehicles faster to the market.
  • The 19th edition of Bharat Rang Mahotsav has begun in New Delhi.
  • Russia and India conducted high-level consultations on counter-terrorism issues.
  • Rupak Kumar Dutta – New Police Chief of Karnataka.
  • Rs.48,000 crore – MNREGA for the year 2017-18 in the Union Budget.
  • The World Largest Battery Storage Plant – California, United States.
  • In China, Researchers have discovered microscopic sea animal Saccorhytus.
  • Rajasthan and Telangana states have won the eGovernance awards for Excellence at the CSI -Nihilent eGovernance Awards held in Coimbatore.
  • USD 3.3 billion – UNICEF for the year 2017 to help the distressed children across the globe.
  • India has been invited as the Guest of Honour for the 2017 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

3rd February 2017 Current Affairs Questions and Answers

  • Digital Radio Round Table Conference – New Delhi.
  • 3000 housing units have been approved by the Israel Government to be constructed for the Jewish settlers in the West Bank.
  • Researchers from Sweden have developed the world first heat-driven transistor.
  • Former Union Minister E Ahamed who passed away was the MLA from Kerala.
  • Anushka Sharma – brand ambassador of the campaign Swacch Bharat Abhiyan.
  • Australia is the largest producer of wool.
  • Tamil Nadu – first position in the production of wind power.
  • In 1818 the first cotton textile mill – Fort Gloster in Kolkata.
  • Bangladesh – shares the longest land border with India.
  • Paradip parts of India is located on Odisha coast.