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Current Affairs Questions on 15, 16 April 2018:
Who became the youngest Indian to win a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games?
A. Manu Bhaker
B. Anish Bhanwala
C. Shreyasi Singh
D. Bajrang Punia
Answer: B
Explanation: The 15-year-old Indian shooter, Anish Bhanwala, has created history by becoming the country’s youngest ever gold medal winner in the Commonwealth Games. Bhanwala shot down the CWG record in the 25m Rapid Fire final with a score of 30 points including four series of 5 each.

Who led the 227-member Indian contingent as the flag bearer in the CWG-2018 opening ceremony?
A. Sushil Kumar
B. PV Sindhu
C. Mary Kom
D. Manu Bhakar
Answer: B
Explanation: Ace badminton player PV Sindhu was the flag-bearer for India at the opening ceremony of the 2018 edition of Commonwealth Games. The opening ceremony was held at Carrara Stadium in Gold Coast city. It is the fifth time Australia is hosting the Commonwealth Games. Around 71 countries of the Commonwealth fraternity are taking part in these games, which comprises of 275 events from 19 sports. “Share the Dream” is the official motto of these Games. Borobi, a blue koala, is the official mascot of the Games. The term "Borobi" is an Aboriginal term for koala. Australian athlete Sally Pearson was the final runner of the traditional Queen’s baton while Karen Murphy took oath representing all athletes.

Who is the India’s flag-bearer at the closing ceremony of the 21st Commonwealth Games 2018?
A. Saina Nehwal
B. PV Sindhu
C. Mary Kom
D. Sushil Kumar
Answer: C
Explanation: Veteran Boxer M C Mary Kom, who claimed a Gold on debut at the Commonwealth Games (CWG), is the India’s flag-bearer at the closing ceremony of 21st Gold Coast CWG on April 15, 2018. In the overall analysis, the Indian contingent will return with 66 medals, just two medals more than the total of 64 they won in the last Games held in 2014 at Glasgow. But the Gold medal tally of 26 this time is significantly higher than the figure of 15 won in the last edition.

Which actor has been chosen for the Maharashtra state’s Raj Kapoor Lifetime Achievement honour?
A.  Amitabh Bachchan
B. Sridevi
C. Vinod Khanna
D. Dharmendra
Answer: D
Explanation: Veteran Bollywood actor Dharmendra will be conferred with the prestigious Raj Kapoor Lifetime Achievement award and filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani will be conferred with the Raj Kapoor Special Contribution award.............Check More at INDIA GK" App: tinyurl.com/IndiaGK