Daily Current Affairs Questions 22 November 2020

Current Affairs Questions – 22 November 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 22 November 2020

Q.1. The Government of India has signed a loan agreement with which bank for lending USD 500 million for the ‘Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut Regional Rapid Transit System Project’?
Ans. New Development Bank(NDB)

Q.2. National Newborn Week 2020 is observed every year from 15 to 21 November. What is the theme for this year?
Ans. Quality, Equity, Dignity for every newborn at every health facility and everywhere

Q.3. Which edition of India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol (Indo-Thai CORPAT) was held between the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy?
Ans. 30th

Q.4. World Television Day is observed on which day every year to acknowledge the role of broadcast media?
Ans. 21 November

Q.5. Which country has planned to ban the sales of diesel and petrol cars from 2030?
Ans. UK

Q.6. The Government of which state will Pay Stipend to ST Candidates Preparing for UPSC Exams?
Ans. Maharashtra

Q.7. National Integration Day is observed on which date to mark the birth anniversary of the first woman Prime Minister of India?
Ans. 19th November

Q.8. According to Vancouver-based Resonance Consultancy Ltd., which city has been topped in the list of “World’s Best Cities for 2021” in the real estate sector?
Ans. London

Q.9. How many loans have been sanctioned under Pradhan Mantri Street Vendor’s Atma-Nirbhar Nidhi- PM- SVANidhi Scheme till far?
Ans. 14,34,000

Q.10. Goldman Sachs, the global investment bank, India’s gross domestic product is to contract what percent in 2020-21?
Ans. 10.3%

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