Current Affairs and Latest GK for the Week 10 to 16 November 2020   

Latest GK & Current Affairs for the Week October 10 to 16 November 2020 – This Video presents the Latest Current Affairs in MCQ format covering the Current Affairs during the week 10 to 16 November 2020. Topics related to Science and technology, Space research, Awards and honours, Entertainment, Sports, Politics, etc are covered in this Video. The important details of the current affairs are also discussed in the video so that all possible questions can be prepared.


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Current Affairs Questions covered in this Video

Q1. Which nation’s removal from the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism has been welcomed by India?


Q2. Which country will host the Men’s Hockey World Cup to be held in the year 2023?


Q3. Which state government has decided to reopen schools and places of worship after Diwali from November 16, 2020?


Q4. Which Covid-19 vaccine has entered phase 3 trial and is found to be 90% effective against the virus?


Q5. Central Government has decided to include more than eight to ten sectors along with mobile phones and bulk drug manufacturing under this scheme. The name of the scheme is:


Q6. Which virtual summit headed by Russian President Vladimir Putin was attended by Indian PM Narendra Modi on November 10, 2020?


Q7. For which membership has the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman extended support for the expansion during the first BRICS Finance Minister and Central Bank Governors meeting?


Q8. For how many states has the Central government released the amount of Rs 6195 crore as Revenue Deficit Grants?


Q9. Who has taken control over online news, films, audio-visual programmes, and digital content providers such as Amazon Prime and Netflix in India?


Q10. Which scheme’s goal has been increased to 30.8 GW of solar capacity by the central government by the year 2022?


Q11. Which centre has been launched as a joint initiative by IIT Guwahati, India, and the University of Western Sydney, Australia with 21 other partners through a webinar?


Q12. For which mission has the Finance Minister of India announced a package of Rs. 900 crore?


Q13. Whose life-size statue has been launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 12, 2020, in Delhi?


Q14. What is the name of the new scheme that will provide a 50% subsidy to North-Eastern and Himalayan states for air transportation of fruits and vegetables?


Q15. For which provision has the Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren shelved a proposal during a special one-day assembly?


Q16. Which new scheme has been launched as a part of a new fiscal stimulus of Rs. 2.65 lakh benefitting EPFO registered establishments as announced by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman?


Q17. After rising cases of COVID-19, how many beds are allowed to be reserved in 33 private hospitals in Delhi for COVID-19 patients by Delhi Government?


Q18. Which nation has provided 270 Metric Tonnes of food to Eritrea, Sudan, and Djibouti to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic and other natural calamities?


Q19. Which scheme has been extended to give an additional 20% outstanding credit to 26 stressed sectors such as healthcare, steel, construction, etc.?


Q20. Which new campaign has been launched by the Ministry of Textiles to promote Indian Handicrafts and support livelihood in our country?


Q21. By lighting how many Diyas on Deepotsav has Ayodhya set another Guinness World Record on November 14, 2020?


Q22. Which new train service has been launched by IRCTC for exploring many parts of South India that will start from December 12, 2020?


Q23. Who has won the International Children’s Peace Prize 2020?


Q24. Who has been elected as the new Chief Minister of Bihar?


Q25. This Dadasaheb Phalke awardee and legendary Bengali actor famous for his work in Apur Sansar (Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy), Charulata, Abhijan, and The Bengali Night has passed away on November 15, 2020. What is the name of this actor?


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