Featured Post

9th August 2016 Current Affairs Questions and Answers

9th August 2016 Current Affairs MCQs, Quiz, Questions : Current Affairs for August 2016 ,  Daily Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for In...

23, 24 May 2018 GK, Current Affairs Quiz, Questions

23, 24 May 2018 Current Affairs MCQs, Quiz, Questions: Current Affairs for May 2018Daily 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:.  

Download "INDIA GK" App: tinyurl.com/IndiaGK  

Current Affairs Questions on 23, 24 May 2018:
Gina Haspel becomes first ever woman Director of Central Intelligence Agency in which country?
A. UK
B. USA
C. Japan
D. China
Answer: B
Explanation: Gina Haspel took oath as the new Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on 21 May 2018. Earlier the US Senate on 17 May 2018 had voted to confirm Haspel's nomination, 54 to 45, despite lingering concerns about the role she played in the brutal interrogation of suspected terrorists captured after the 11 Sept 2001, attacks.

Which country has elected its first Sikh Minister?
A. Japan
B. Vietnam
C. Thailand
D. Malaysia
Answer: D
Explanation: Gobind Singh Deo, an Indian-origin Sikh politician in Malaysia, has become a cabinet minister in the nation. He is the first member of the minority community in Malaysia’s history to be appointed as a minister.

Who has won the prestigious 2018 Man Booker International Prize for fiction?
A. Ahmed Saadawi
B. Han Kang
C. Virginie Despentes
D. Olga Tokarczuk
Answer: D
Explanation: Polish author Olga Tokarczuk has won the prestigious 2018 Man Booker International Prize for fiction for her novel ‘Flights’. The novel, translated by Jennifer Croft, interweaves narratives of travel with explorations of the human body. It combines tales of modern-day travel with the story of a 17th century anatomist who dissected his own amputated leg and the journey of composer Frederic Chopin’s heart from Paris to Warsaw after his death. Tokarczuk is the first Polish author to have won the prestigious award that honours the finest works of translated fiction from around the world. The prize is a counterpart to the Man Booker Prize for English-language novels and is open to books in any language that have been translated into English. The £50,000 ($67,000) award is split evenly between the writer and her translator, Jennifer Croft................Check More at INDIA GK" App: tinyurl.com/IndiaGK