Daily Current Affairs Quiz 7 November 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 7 November 2023
Question 1. When is National Cancer Awareness Day celebrated in India?
Answer – 7 November
National Cancer Awareness Day is celebrated every year on 7 November in India, which helps in raising public awareness about early detection, prevention and treatment of cancer. Today, 1.4 million new cancer cases are reported every year in India. According to scientists, in the coming time (by about 2040) this figure may increase to 2 million.
Question 2. Who became the winner of bronze medal in Sultan of Johor Cup 2023?
Answer – Indian hockey team
In Sultan of Johor Cup 2023, India won the medal by defeating Pakistan 6-5 in the bronze medal match. For the Indian hockey team, goalkeeper HS Mohit made a brilliant save in the penalty shootout to ensure victory. Germany won the gold medal in this competition. Germany defeated Australia 3-1 in the penalty shootout in the final.
Question 3. Who recently became the Chief Information Commissioner?
Answer – Hiralal Samaria
On 6 November, President Draupadi Murmu swore in Hiralal Samaria as the chief of the Central Information Commission (CIC). PM Modi, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and Union Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh etc. were present at the event. Hiralal Samaria, resident of Bharatpur, has become the first Dalit Chief Information Commissioner of India.
Question 4. In which country was the first international campus of IIT Madras established?
Answer – Tanzania
IIT Madras established its first international campus on the island of Zanzibar in Tanzania. Indian Institute of Technology Madras has become the first IIT in India to set up an international campus. The complex was inaugurated by the President of Zanzibar, Hussein Ali Mwinyi.
Question 5. Who is the world’s longest ruling female head of state?
Answer – Sheikh Hasina
The 76-year-old Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has become the longest-serving female head of state in history. He has played a key role in guiding Bangladesh’s growth from a rural jute producer over the last 10 years. Sheikh Hasina is serving as the Prime Minister of Bangladesh from 2009 to present. For the first time, she worked on this post from 1996 to 2001.
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