Test and build your general knowledge on current affairs questions with answers based on April 03, 2014 major events.
- Name the Congress Rajya Sabha MP who inducted by United States in graft case?
- Murli Deora
- Gundu Sudha Rani
- K V P Ramachandra Rao
- Dr. T. Subbarami Reddy
- Which country declared all atheists are terrorists in new law to crack down political dissidents?
- Saudi Arabia
- Name the Kerala Forest Minister who resigned over allegations of domestic violence?
- Aryadan Muhammed
- Manjalamkuzhi Ali
- Ramesh Chennithala
- K.B. Ganesh Kumar
- Name the Samsung Electronics chairman who faces arrest warrant in $1.4 million cheating case?
- Chung Ju-yung
- Lee Kun-hee
- Shin Kyuk-ho
- Tim Cook
- Name the Uttar Pradesh minister of state for basic education and child development who resigned on Wednesday?
- Shivpal Singh Yadav
- Kailash Chaurasia
- R M Srivastava
- Ram Gopal Yadav
- Thirteen people died in a fire at a Muslim religious school in-
- Who has been named as Pakistan’s new high commissioner to India?
- Abdul Basit
- Imran Kadir
- Farooq Shaikh
- Sohaib Maqsood
- Two live tiffin bombs found in-
- Uttar Pradesh
- Which country to become the first part of the UK to ban the use of electronic cigarettes in public places?
- Which among the following country’s president divorced to his wife after more than 30 years of marriage?
K V P Ramachandra Rao: Congress Rajya Sabha MP K V P Ramachandra Rao, 65, is among six people indicted in the US in an international corruption case. They allegedly bribed state and central government officials in India $18.5 million to obtain licences for titanium mining in Andhra Pradesh.
Saudi Arabia : Saudi Arabia has officially identified atheists as terrorists in sweeping new laws that threaten up to 20 years in prison for almost any criticism of the government or Islam.
K.B. Ganesh Kumar: Kerala Forest Minister K.B. Ganesh Kumar handed over his resignation to Chief Minister Oommen Chandy late Monday night in the wake of his wife raising allegations of domestic violence against him.
Lee Kun-hee: The Supreme Court has directed Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-hee, who is facing an arrest warrant, to appear before a Ghaziabad court in a $1.4 million cheating case filed against him.
Kailash Chaurasia: Kailash Chaurasia, who was chosen by SP to contest Varanasi Lok Sabha seat, on Wednesday quit from the Uttar Pradesh ministry and challenged BJP’s prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi to do the same.
Myanmar: Thirteen people died in a fire at a Muslim religious school in central Yangon, Myanmar early on Tuesday. The fire, which was blamed on an electrical short-circuit, started at 2:30 a.m.
Abdul Basit: Abdul Basit officially took over as high commissioner on Wednesday after he presented his credentials to President Pranab Mukherjee.
Chhattisgarh: Two tiffin bombs, suspected to be planted by Maoists to target security forces during upcoming elections, were found at separate places in Chhattisgarh.
Wales: Wales is all set to become the first part of the UK to ban the use of electronic cigarettes in public places. The ministry of health has expressed concern that the devices which can contain nicotine may undermine the smoking ban.
Russia: The Russian president and his wife of 30 years Lyudmila have finalized their divorce. The couple announced their separation last June on state television.