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11th to 15th May 2016 Current Affairs MCQs

11th to 15th May 2016 Current Affairs MCQs, Quiz, Questions: Current Affairs for May 2016Daily Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for India GK, World GK and current affairs with Collection of daily objective type Question by www.Indiagk.net based on General Knowledge (GK) and General Science (GS) Questions for UPSC, State PSC, SSC, Police exam, Railway exam, SBI, Bank PO, IBPC, SSC, LDC, UDC, Army, Airforce, Navy, Coast Guard, Bank Clerk, TET and all entrance examination with current affairs News, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) available on Website www.IndiaGK.net and Android Apps with daily updates:.  

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Current Affairs Questions on 11th to 15th May 2016 :
Floor test was conducted on 10th May 2016 in which state Assembly ?
A. Bihar
B. Uttarakhand
C. Punjab
D. Rajasthan
Answer: B
Explanation: The crucial floor test in Uttarakhand assembly to pave the way for government formation was conducted on 10th May 2016. The result of the floor test, conducted under the Supreme Court's supervision, will be received by the apex court in a sealed envelope.  In addition to Rawat himself claiming victory, an opposition lawmaker also indicated that Rawat will return as chief minister. He will need at least 31 members to claim a majority on the floor.

Who steps down as BCCI president on 10th May 2016 ?
A. Shashank Manohar
B. Anurag Thakur
C. Arun Jaitely
D. Sharad Pawar
Answer: A
Explanation: Veteran administrator Shashank Manohar, who had vowed to clean Indian cricket in the wake of the IPL spot fixing scandal, resigned from the post barely seven months into his tenure and is all set to become the first independent ICC chairman on 10th May 2016. The 58-year-old Manohar, who had taken over the reins of the cash-rich body for a second term following the death of Jagmohan Dalmiya, leaves the BCCI at a time when it is resisting the sweeping reforms recommended by the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha panel.

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