Current Affairs Today Quiz - 7th August, 2020

This section of Gkduniya contains current affairs questions with answers for today -7th August 2020. It covers current affairs questions from various sections like polity, sports, finance, health, etc. It contains information and question answers for 7th August 2020 and for the last few days also. It will help to increase knowledge and to prepare better for the next General Knowledge exam and interview.

Q1. Girish Chandra Murmu has been appointed as the next
(a) National Security Advisor
(b) Comptroller Auditor General
(c) RBI Governor
(d) Addl Principal Secretary in PMO

Q2. National Handloom Day is observed on
(a) 2nd August
(b) 5th August
(c) 6th August
(d) 7th August

Q3. Who will be the chairman of the committee which will submit recommendations on the financial parameters to RBI
(a) KV Kamath
(b) Diwakar Gupta
(c) TN Manoharan
(d) Ashvin Parekh

Q4. With which Indian company did Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation sign an agreement to provide COVID-19 vaccines under $3 per dose
(a) Cipla
(b) Shantha Biotechnics
(c) Panacea Biotec
(d) Serum Institute of India

Q5. Which Chief Minister today launched Electric Vehicle (EV) Policy
(a) Yogi Adityanath
(b) Arvind Kejriwal
(c) Mamata Banerjee
(d) Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Q6. Besides India, which one country is going to ban popular Chinese apps like TikTok and WeChat
(a) USA
(b) Japan
(c) Russia
(d) Australia

Q7. Which country's last fully intact Arctic ice collapses completely in just two days at the end of July
(a) Greenland
(b) Iceland
(c) Norway
(d) Canada

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