Morning Current Affairs Quiz: 5 December 2017

Dec 5, 2017 11:55 IST
Morning Current Affairs Quiz: 5 December 2017

5 December 2017: The Current Affairs Quizzes section of Jagranjosh aims to help every competitive exam aspirant to revise the day at ease. The day’s updated quizzes cover topics like ‘Arogya 2017’, world’s first IT campus for differently-abled and Venezuela’s new crypto-currency among others.
 
1. What was the first International Exhibition and Conference on AYUSH and Wellness sector called?

a) Ayurveda 2017
b) Arogya 2017
c) Vedayug 2017
d) Aayog 2017

2. Which state’s government would soon set up the world’s first IT campus for differently-abled persons?

a) Maharashtra
b) Karnataka
c) Kerala
d) Telangana

3. Which country has withdrawn itself from United Nations’ refugee and migrant pact?

a) United States of America
b) United Kingdom
c) North Korea
d) Syria

4. The United States recently launched the largest-ever air exercise along with which nation?

a) Japan
b) India
c) South Korea
d) Russia

5. Which country recently announced the launch of a new cryptocurrency to combat its economic crisis?

a) Chile
b) Greece
c) Venezuela
d) Egypt

6. Which Indian archer was the sole one to win a bronze medal at Indoor Archery World Cup stage 2?

a) Deepika Kumari
b) Bombayla Devi
c) Jitu Rai
d) Amanjeet Singh

Answers

1. (b) Arogya 2017
2. (d) Telangana
3. (a) United States of America
4. (c) South Korea
5. (c) Venezuela
6. (a) Deepika Kumari

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