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Daily Quiz > 2018-09-25 > Multiple Choice Questions

1)    Prithvi Defence vehicle:
i)    It is a Ballistic Missile system
ii)    It can detect the targets even at nights(dark).
Select correct statements:
a)    Only I b) Only ii c) Both d) None.

2)    i) Dakshina Bharath Hindi Prachar Sabha is recognized by Government of India as one of the Institutes of National Importance.
ii)It was first established in Bengal presidency in 1918.
Select correct statements:
a)    Only I b) Only ii c) Both d) None.

3)     Country Partnership Framework (CPF) is an initiative of:
a)    IMF
b)    UNO
c)    World Bank group.
d)    WTO.
4)     i) MAVEN was launched aboard an Atlas V launch vehicle.
ii) The goal is to determine the Martian’s atmosphere and water.
Select correct statements:
a)    Only I b) Only ii c) Both d) None.

5)    I) Masala bonds are listed in Indian Stock exchanges.
ii) They are rupee denominated bonds.
Select correct statements:
a)    Only I b) Only ii c) Both d) None.


Answer key (25-9-18):
1)    Prithvi Defence Vehicle(PDV) Missile:
•    A two stage missile
•    Only solid Propellants.
•    Developed indigenously by DRDO
•    It engage with targets in exo-atmospshere (50km ).
•    It is supported by high accuracy Inertial Navigation System (INS), Micro navigation system, Imaging Infrared seeker.

2)    Dakshina Bharath Hindi Prachar Sabha:
•    Estd by Annie Besant in 1918.
•    Supported by  Mahatma Gandhi .
•    Main objective is to propagate study of Hindi.

3)    Country Partnership Framework(CPF):
•    A World banks group initiative.
•    It aims to support india’s transition to a higher middle income nation.
•    The systemic Country Diagnostic (SD) identifies the most important challenges and opportunities’ with in a country.

4)    Maven Spacecraft:
•    Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evaluation.
•    Launched by NASA in 2013 for Mars exploration.
•    It is an Orbiter that entered the Mars orbit in 2014.

5)    Masala Bonds:
•    They are  rupee-denominated bonds.
•    Issued offshore in foreign markets.
•    It is a debt instrument used by corporates to raise money from foreign investors in local currency.