19 February 2021 Daily CA One Liners
Welcome to the January 2021 19 February 2021 daily CA one liners Daily Current Affairs MCQ One Liner Section of Gk By Mr. Dj. Current Affairs Quiz will Boost Your GA Section. Daily One Liner Current Affairs About national and international news are provided here. Read these one-liners for quick revision for those who are preparing for IBPS/SBI/Po/Clerk and other competitive exams.
19 February 2021 Current Affairs
Q.1. In which state is the 11th edition of the National Culture Festival organized?
Ans. West Bengal
Q.2. Who has written a book called Kamala’s Way?
Ans. Dan moren
Q.3. How many countries has India supplied COVID vaccines to?
Q.4. Which country has joined India in Iran and which country’s two-day naval exercise?
Q.5. Who has inaugurated the first route of Kochi Water Metro?
Ans. Pinarai Vijayan
Q.6. Who has launched instant messaging platform ‘Sandesh’?
Q.7. Who has been appointed as the State Information Commissioner in the Tamil Nadu Information Commission?
Ans. P Dhanasekaran
Q.8. Tata Electronics has tied up with which state government?
Ans. Tamil Nadu
Q.9. Which state government has mandated RT-PCR test?
Q.10. Mahendra Singh Kanyal has been appointed as the Ambassador of India to which country?
Q.11. Who has been awarded the SKOCH Chief Minister of the Year Award?
Ans. YS Jaganmohan Reddy
Q.12. The ADB has announced a loan of how many crore rupees to Medanta, the chain of hospitals?
Ans. 100 crores
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●19 February 2021 The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.
1. REBUT (VERB): (खंडन करना): refute
Synonyms: deny, disprove
He attempts to rebut the assertion made by the prosecution witness.
2.EXTRANEOUS (ADJECTIVE): (बाहरी): external
Synonyms: outside, exterior
When the transmitter pack is turned off no extraneous noise is heard.
3. DELIBERATE (ADJECTIVE): (जानबूझकर): intentional
Synonyms: calculated, conscious
He made a deliberate attempt to provoke conflict.
4. UBIQUITOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सर्व-भूत): omnipresent
Synonyms: ever-present, everywhere
His ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family.
5. ALLEGIANCE (NOUN): (निष्ठा): loyalty
Synonyms: faithfulness, fidelity
Those wishing to receive citizenship must swear allegiance to the republic.
6. VILIFY (VERB): (कलंक लगाना): disparage
Synonyms: denigrate, defame
He has been vilified in the press.
7.IMBECILE (ADJECTIVE): (मूर्खतापूर्ण): stupid
Synonyms: foolish, idiotic
Try not to make imbecile remarks.
8. OUTRAGEOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अपमानजनक): shocking
Synonyms: disgraceful, scandalous
It was an outrageous act of bribery.
9. COMPASSION (NOUN): (दया): pity
Synonyms: sympathy, feeling
The victims of any calamity should be treated with compassion.
10. FEASIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (संभावित): probable
Synonyms: likely, conceivable
He gave the most feasible explanation.