16th November 2021 – Daily Current Affairs Questions and Answers in English
GS Team published here 16 November 2021 Current Affairs Quiz. These will be helpful for the upcoming SSC, Bank, Railway, Clerk, PO exams. These current affairs make daily analysis and related India, World, Technology, and all govt news.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the country’s first tribal museum located in which city through video conferencing?
Answer:- Ranchi – Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently inaugurated the country’s first tribal museum in Ranchi, Jharkhand through video conferencing. Jharkhand came into existence as an independent state on 15 November 2000 after separating from Bihar. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the Birsa Museum online.
Which cricket team has won the T20 World Cup 2021 title?
Answer:- Australia Cricket Team – Australia cricket team has won the title of T20 World Cup 2021 by 8 wickets. Australia has become champion for the first time in the history of T20 World Cup of 14 years. Batting first after losing the toss, New Zealand scored 172 for four in 20 overs. In response, the Australian team had achieved the target with 7 balls to spare.
Eminent historian and awardee of which award Babasaheb Purandare passed away recently?
Answer:- Padma Vibhushan – Famous historian and Padma Vibhushan awardee Babasaheb Purandare passed away recently at the age of 99. He also made his mark as a theater artist. Babasaheb has written many books on the life and administration of Chhatrapati Shivaji during his lifetime.
The famous writer of Hindi literature Mannu Bhandari has passed away recently at the age of?
Answer: 90 years – Mannu Bhandari, the famous writer of Hindi literature, has passed away recently at the age of 90. He is often credited as one of the pioneers of the new story movement. Bhandari’s composition spans from the late 1950s to the early 1960s.
According to the report released by which of the following, there are 240 million children with disabilities globally?
Answer:- United Nations Children’s Fund – According to the report released by the United Nations Children’s Fund, there are 240 million children with disabilities globally. This assessment is based on an inclusive and more meaningful understanding of disability. The report states that children living with disabilities face many barriers to full participation in society.
Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju and who has recently launched “Citizens’ Tele Law” app?
Answer:- SP. Baghel – Union Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju and S.P. Baghel has recently launched “Citizens’ Tele Law” app. Along with this, he has also congratulated the frontline officials of the Department of Justice and Telecom. Citizen Tele-Law Mobile App has been launched with an aim to widen access to enhanced legal information.
Bhadla Solar Park located in which state of India is the world’s largest solar power park?
Answer:- Rajasthan – Bhadla Solar Park located in Rajasthan, which is located in Bhadla, a dry and sandy region of Rajasthan, is the world’s largest solar power park. It is spread over 14,000 acres. The park consists of 10 million solar panels. These solar panels contribute to an operational capacity of 2245 MW.
Which of the following state has approved “Kesar-e-Hind” as the state butterfly?
Answer:- Arunachal Pradesh – The cabinet of Arunachal Pradesh has recently approved “Kesar-e-Hind” as the state butterfly. This Kesar-e-Hind is a large and brightly colored butterfly. It is found in China and is now accepted as the state butterfly of Arunachal Pradesh.
Which day is celebrated all over India on 16th November?
Answer:- National Press Day – On 16 November, “National Press Day” is celebrated all over India. This day draws people’s attention towards the freedom and responsibilities of the press. In the year 1956, the first Press Commission had recommended setting up high ideals in press freedom and journalism in the country.
Which day is celebrated around the world on 16th November?
Answer:- International Day of Tolerance – International Day of Tolerance is celebrated by the United Nations all over the world on 16th November. UNESCO In 1994, the 125th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi was declared by the United Nations as International Day of Tolerance on 16 November.
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