Current Affairs Questions – 25 January 2021 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 25 January 2021
Q.1. Adani Port and SEZ Ltd signed an MoU with which state government to
develop India’s largest multi-modal logistic park?
Q.2. What is the rank of India in the Global Firepower defense review for the
Ans. 4 th
Q.3. Who became the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand for one day on National
Girl Child Day?
Ans. Shristi Goswami
Q.4. Which armed force has launched “Operation Sard Hawa” on the western
international border of Rajasthan?
Ans. Border Security Force (BSF)
Q.5. Which state government has launched the ‘Udyam Sarathi App’ on the
occasion of the 71st Foundation Day of the state on 24 January 2021?
Ans. Uttar Pradesh
Q.6. As per a survey by the Munich-based Ifo institute, which country overtook
Germany to become the country with the world’s largest current account
surplus in the year 2020?
Q.7. Prime Minister Khurelsukh Ukhnaa has resigned along with his entire
government. He was the former prime minister of which state?
Q.8. “National Voters’ Day” was observed every year on 25 January to
encourage more young voters to take part in the political process. What is the
theme for National Voters Day?
Ans. Making Our Voters Empowered, Vigilant, Safe, and Informed
Q.9. The government has decided to set up an NFPC to have an unbiased and
transparent digital faceless mechanism for imposing penalties on tax defaulters.
What does P stand for in NFPC?
NFPC stands for National Faceless Penalty Centre.
Q.10. Who is the author of the book titled ‘A Textbook of Urban Planning and
Ans. Sameer Sharma
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