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Daily Current Affairs Questions 14 September 2020
Q.1. Which country has become the second-fastest-growing freelance market in
the world with a massive increase in the number of freelancers this year,
according to a report on “Freelancing in 2020: An Abundance of Opportunities”
Q.2. Which state government has launched a statewide welfare scheme
“GARIMA” for sanitation workers to ensure their safety and dignity?
Q.3. Dominic Thiem wins US Open Men’s Tennis Tournament 2020. He is from
Q.4. Hindi Diwas or Hindi Day is observed every year on which day to mark the
popularity of Hindi as an official language of India?
Ans. 14 September
Q.5. India's first Coronavirus airport testing facility has been launched in which
Ans. Indira Gandhi International Airport(Delhi)
Q.6. The Union Home Ministry has granted the Foreign Contribution Regulation
Act (FCRA) registration to which temple to enabling it to receive foreign
Ans. Golden Temple(Amritsar)
Q.7. Japan’s Naomi Osaka win to clinch the Women’s Singles title in the 2020 US
Open Tennis tournament. She defeated _______.
Ans. Victoria Azarenka(Belarus)
Q.8. Who has won the best Best Screenplay award for his film “TheDisciple” at
77 th Venice International Film Festival?
Ans. Chaitanya Tamhane
Q.9. Which state government has been signed an MoU with the National Co-
operative Development Corporation (NCDC) at Krushi Bhawan for the
promotion and management of the Farmer Producer Organisation(FPO)?
Q.10. Former Union Minister Raghuvansh Prasad Singh has passed away
recently. He was from which constituency?
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