Today Current Affairs January 19, 2021

Today Current Affairs | January 19

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1. Recently, how many trains have been introduced by Prime Minister Modi to connect the Statue of Unity from different parts of the country?

    [A] 8
    [B] 12
    [C] 4
    [D] 10

2. Despite the recent Corona outbreak, at what percentage rate of China’s economy has grown in 2020?

    [A] 2.5%
    [B] 3.0%
    [C] 3.5%
    [D] 2.3%

3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give the first land patta to indigenous landless people of which state?

    [A] West Bengal
    [B] Manipur
    [C] Assam
    [D] Nagaland

4. Who will host the reality show ‘100 Days in Heaven’ to promote Uttarakhand tourism?

    [A] Sonu Nigam
    [B] Amitabh Bachchan
    [C] Akshay Kumar
    [D] Kangana Ranaut

5. NDRF celebrated its 16th Foundation Day on?

    [A] 14th January
    [B] 15th January
    [C] 18th January
    [D] 10th January

6. According to the recent TomTom Traffic Index, which city was the most congested city in 2020?

    [A] Mumbai
    [B] Delhi
    [C] Moscow
    [D] Beijing

7. Who became the first person in India to receive COVID-19 vaccine?

    [A] Vidur Sharma
    [B] Manish Kumar
    [C] Ravi Gaikwad
    [D] Ajay Kumar

8. Where was India’s first driverless metro car inaugurated?

    [A] Kolkata
    [B] New Delhi
    [C] Bangalore
    [D] Mumbai

9. Recently, how many personal loan applications has Google removed from the Playstore?

    [A] 500
    [B] 453
    [C] 360
    [D] 711

10. Recently the US has banned the import of cotton and tomatoes from Xinjiang of which country?

    [A] Japan
    [B] China
    [C] Russia
    [D] Ukraine

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