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Daily Current Affairs Quiz 20th December 2022 Part -18

Daily Current Affairs Quiz:

The Current Affairs Quiz section of Crack Adda aims to help aspirants to revise Current Affairs for 20th  December at ease. The Current Affairs questions and answers cover topics such as the 48th GST council meeting, first black women president of Harvard University, Indian-Origin Leo Varadkar, Minority Rights Day.

Q1. The 48th GST Council meeting was held in which of the following city?
(a) Bengaluru
(b) New Delhi
(c) Guwahati
(d) Ahmedabad

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Correct Answer- (b) New Delhi

Explanation: The 48th Goods and Service Tax (GST) Council meeting at the national capital Delhi on 17 December has concluded. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman chaired the meeting.

 Q2. Who among the following has been appointed as the first black women president of Harvard University?
(a) Dr. Claudine Gay
(b) Dr. Paula M. Fracasso
(c) Dr. William A. Abdu
(d) Dr. Khalid Abbed

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Correct Answer- (a) Dr. Claudine Gay

Explanation: Harvard University has named Dr. Claudine Gay as the first black president to run an Ivy League university.

Q3. Indian-Origin Leo Varadkar has been re-elected as the Prime Minister of which country?
(a) Netherland
(b) Mauritius
(c) Ireland
(d) Finland

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Correct Answer- (c) Ireland

Explanation: Indian-Origin Leo Varadkar has been re-elected as the Prime Minister of Ireland in line with a coalition deal struck in 2020.

 

Q4. Who has the most written-about track and field athlete in 2022, displacing the Jamaican legend Usain Bolt from the top lists?
(a) Anderson Peters
(b) Neeraj Chopra
(c) PV Sindhu
(d) Justin Gatlin

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Correct Answer-(b) Neeraj Chopra

Explanation: Tokyo Olympics gold medalist javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra (India) has the most written-about track and field athlete in 2022, displacing the Jamaican legend Usain Bolt from the top lists.

Q5. Minority Rights Day is observed every year on which day?
(a) 17 December
(b) 18 December
(c) 19 December
(d) 20 December

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Correct Answer-(b) 18 December

Explanation: Minority Rights Day is observed every year on 18 December. To safeguard the individual rights of the religious, ethnic, racial, or linguistic minorities in the country.

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