Weekly Current Affairs Questions and Answers 7 February to 13 February 2022
Weekly Current Affairs Questions for UPSC/ IAS exams: This week, we have compiled 10 weekly current affairs questions and answers relevant for government exams including topics such as digital rupee, India's GDP growth, Laureus World Breakthrough of the Year 2022 award.
Weekly Current Affairs Questions for UPSC/ IAS exams: Weekly Current Affairs Quiz section of Jagran Josh aims to help every competitive exam aspirant to revise the day at ease. This week, we have compiled 10 weekly current affairs questions and answers relevant for UPSC, SSC, Bank and other government exams including topics such as India's real GDP growth, most congested city in the world and ban on drone import and 94th Academy Awards among others.
1. What is the projected real GDP growth for FY 2022-23?
a) 8.7 percent
b) 7.8 percent
c) 7.6 percent
d) 6.9 percent
2. Which was the most congested city in the world in 2021?
a) New Delhi
3. Which was the most congested city in India in 2021?
a) New Delhi
4. Which country has banned the import of drones?
5. Which film has received maximum nominations at the 94th Academy Awards?
b) West Side Story
c) The Power Of The Dog
6. India’s first Biomass-based hydrogen plant will be built in which state?
a) Madhya Pradesh
b) Uttar Pradesh
7. How many Tiger deaths were reported in 2021?
8. Which country won the ICC Under 19 World Cup 2022?
d) West Indies
9. Who is the top-ranked Indian in ICC Men's ODI Batting Rankings?
a) Rohit Sharma
b) Virat Kohli
c) Shikhar Dhawan
d) KL Rahul
10. The BCCI plans to launch women's IPL by which year?
1. (b) 7.8 percent
The Reserve Bank of India has projected real GDP growth at 7.8 percent for the fiscal year 2022-23, informed RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das while announcing RBI's bi-monthly monetary policy decisions on February 10, 2022.
2. (c) Istanbul
Istanbul has been ranked as the most congested city in the world in 2021, followed by Moscow at second place, as per TomTom's 2021 Traffic Index released on February 9, 2022.
3. (d) Mumbai
Mumbai is the most congested city in India in 2021 as per the 2021 Traffic Index, followed by Bengaluru and Delhi. The congestion level in Delhi fell by 14 percent in 2021 in comparison to 2019, while in Mumbai, it dropped by 18 percent.
4. (b) India
India has banned the import of foreign drones to promote Made in India drones with immediate effect on February 9, 2022. The import of drones for research and development, defence and security purposes will though be allowed.
5. (c) The Power of the Dog
The 'Power Of The Dog’ directed by Jane Campion has the maximum number of nominations at the 94th Academy Awards with 12 nominations in key categories including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch. Dune follows closely with 10 Nominations, followed by West Side Story and Belfast with 7 Nominations each.
6. (a) Madhya Pradesh
India’s first commercial biomass-based hydrogen plant will be built in Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh.
7. (c) 127
The number of deaths of Tigers in the country has risen to 127 in 2021, in comparison to 106 in 2020, as per reports from the states. Madhya Pradesh reported the maximum number of deaths with 42 deaths, followed by Maharashtra with 27 deaths, Karnataka with 15 and Uttar Pradesh with 9.
8. (c) India
India beat England by four wickets to win the ICC Under 19 World Cup 2022 final on February 5, 2022. India has won the Under 19 World Cup for a record fifth time, becoming the first-ever team to do so.
9. (b) Virat Kohli
Virat is the top-ranked Indian in the ICC Men's ODI Batting Rankings 2022. He has retained his second spot with 828 points, followed by Rohit Sharma with 807 points.
10. (a) 2023
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) plans to launch a full-fledged women's Indian Premier League (IPL) as early as 2023. This was informed by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah.
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