Daily Current Affairs Quiz 21 August 2023

Daily Current Affairs Quiz: important questions of 21 august 2023

Daily Current Affairs Quiz 21 August 2023 : Important questions related to current affairs and their answers made available by this article for the students preparing for competitive exams. Through these questions, candidates can prepare well for the competitive exam and make it easier to get a government job.

Daily Current Affairs Quiz of 21 August 2023

Question 1. Who won the title of Women’s FIFA World Cup 2023?

Answer – Spain

The final match of the Women’s FIFA World Cup 2023 was played at the Sydney Stadium, Australia. Spain won the title by defeating England 1-0 in the final. Spain’s captain Olga Carmona scored the only goal of the match in the 29th minute, as the Spain women’s team became FIFA World Cup champions for the first time. The Spanish women’s team has become the fifth team to win the World Cup.

Question 2. When is World Older Citizens Day celebrated?

Answer – 21 August

World Older Citizens Day is celebrated every year on 21 August. The day is celebrated to raise awareness and honor the contribution of older persons to the society. In India, a person who is 60+ years old has been given the status of a older citizens. Former US President Ronald Reagan announced August 21 as National older citizens in the year 1988. Then it was adopted by other countries besides America.

Question 3. When is Sadbhavna Diwas celebrated in India?

Answer – 20 August

‘Harmony Day’ is celebrated every year on 20 August in India. The day marks the birthday of former Prime Minister of the country, Rajiv Gandhi. This year the 79th birth anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi was celebrated. He was a visionary leader who supported national integration and peace among India’s diverse population. Apart from this, he was the youngest Prime Minister of India.

Question 4. When is the International Day of Remembrance and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism observed?

Answer – 21 August

The International Day of Remembrance and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism is observed around the world on 21 August. It was established by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution 72/165 of 20 December 2017. This resolution of the United Nations General Assembly was adopted by consensus, which led to the beginning of celebrating this day. The day marks the event of the 21 August 2003 bombing of the United Nations Headquarters in Baghdad.

Question 5. Which garden of India has entered its name in the World Book of Records as the largest park in Asia?

Answer – Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden

Nestled amidst the picturesque foothills of the Jabarwan Range in Srinagar, the Tulip Garden with 1.5 million flowers has been rated in the World Book of Records as Asia’s largest and most spectacular park of its kind. Santosh Shukla, President and CEO, World Book, presented the certificate of honor to Fayaz Shaikh, secretary of the park.

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