Current Affairs Today Quiz - 5th August, 2020

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Q1. Which one capital city is affected by the explosion of ammonium nitrate that killed more than 100 people and injured more than 4000
(a) Tripoli
(b) Ankara
(c) Beirut
(d) Damascus

Q2. Beirut is the capital of
(a) Syria
(b) Turkey
(c) Libya
(d) Lebanon

Q3. Which one India's neighbouring country today conducted general election for its 16th Parliament
(a) Bhutan
(b) Myanmar
(c) Nepal
(d) Sri Lanka

Q4. Which country is affected by the Tropical Storm Isaias
(a) Britain
(b) USA
(c) Canada
(d) Mexico

Q5. Who is also known as the "Father of Indian Theatre"
(a) Ebrahim Alkazi
(b) Satyadev Dubey
(c) Ratan Thiyam
(d) B. V. Karanth

Q6. Which country's President had recently signed an executive order that bars federal government agencies from displacing its nationals and citizens with foreign workers
(a) USA
(b) Britain
(c) Saudi Arab
(d) Australia

Q7. Who had surpassed MS Dhoni's feat of smashing most sixes as captain in international cricket
(a) Joe Root
(b) Eoin Morgan
(c) Steve Smith
(d) Faf du Plessis

Q8. What will be the height of the proposed Ram Mandir Temple in Ayodhya
(a) 132 ft
(b) 156 ft
(c) 161 ft
(d) 165 ft

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