Current Affairs Questions 4 August 2020

Current Affairs Questions – 4 August 2020 provided to you by MockBank have all the relevant questions for the Current Awareness or General Knowledge section of IBPS Bank PO, IBPS Clerical, IAS, UPSC, CDS, Railways, NDA, State PCS, MBA, CLAT, and all other similar competitive examinations.

Daily Current Affairs Questions 4 August 2020

Q.1. In which state, the online portal of Fire Services Department ‘Odisha Agni-Shama Seva’ has been launched?

Ans. Odisha

Q.2. Who has been appointed as the chief executive officer and managing director of HDFC Bank?

Ans. Sashidhar Jagdishan

Q.3. Which IIT has developed a device called OXY2 with collaboration with a new startup HELYXON?

Ans. IIT Madras

Q.4. Which state chief minister has launched ‘E-Raksha Bandhan’, an online training programme on cybersecurity on the eve of Raksha Bandhan?

Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q.5. World Cup winner Benedikt Howedes announced his retirement from soccer. He is from which country?

Ans. Germany

Q.6. 13th edition of Indian Premier League’s (IPL’s) 2020 has provisionally granted permission by the Indian Government in which country?

Ans. United Arab Emirates(UAE)

Q.7. Who has taken over the charge as Director General of News Services Division of All India Radio?

Ans. Jaideep Bhatnagar

Q.8. Pydikondala  Manikyala Rao passes away recently. He was the former minister of which state?

Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q.9. Indian Market regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is planning to set up a virtual museum of the securities market to highlight achievements and milestones in the Indian capital market. Who is the present chairman of SEBI?

Ans. Ajay Tyagi

Q.10. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar released the book “Siyasat Mein Sadasyata”. Who is the author of this book?

Ans. Vijay Kumar Choudhary

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