Daily Current Affairs Quiz 4 December 2023

Daily Current Affairs Quiz: important questions of 4 December 2023

Daily Current Affairs Quiz 4 December 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 4 December 2023

Question 1. When was the Indian Navy established?

Answer – 1612

The East India Company established the Indian Navy in 1612. The Indian Navy established its special identity during the Indo-Pak war of 1971. Indian Navy Day is celebrated every year on 4 December in India. This day is celebrated to commemorate the victorious Operation Trident and makes us aware of the bravery and achievements of the Navy.

Question 2. What is the name of the fastest Indian player to score 4000 runs in T20 cricket?

Answer – Ruturaj Gaikwad

Indian opener Ruturaj Gaikwad has recently made a special record in his name. Ruturaj Gaikwad has become the fastest Indian player to score 4000 runs in T20 cricket. He has made this record in his name in 116 innings. His 116th match was the fourth match of the T20 series played between India and Australia, playing which he achieved this feat. Before Rituraj, this record was in the name of KL Rahul, he had made this record in 117 innings.

Question 3. How many years have passed since the establishment of BSF in 2023?

Answer – 59 years

On 1 December 2023, the Border Security Force (BSF) celebrated its 59th Raising Day. It was established after the India-Pakistan war of 1965. This force ensures the security of India’s borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh. The motto of the Border Security Force (BSF) is “Duty till death”, which means duty till death.

Question 4. Which statehood day did Nagaland celebrate this year (2023)?

Answer – 61st

The people of Nagaland celebrate the state’s foundation day on 1 December. First of all, in 1961, a law named Nagaland Transitional Provision Regulation was implemented in this area. Then in 1962, the state of Nagaland came into existence after the Nagaland State Act was passed by the Parliament. Nagaland officially attained the status of a state on 1 December 1963, following the dissolution of the Provisional Government of Nagaland on 30 November 1963.

Question 5. When is International Slavery Abolition Day celebrated?

Answer – 2 December

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery is observed by the United Nations every year on 2 December. The day raises voice on issues related to traditional forms of slavery such as human trafficking, sexual exploitation, child labor and forced marriage. According to data provided by the International Labor Organization (ILO), more than 40 million people in the world are victims of modern slavery.

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