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The United Nations General Assembly declared 9 December 1989 as the International Year of the Family by its resolution. The United Nations increased family concerns during the 1980s and increased awareness among the public about family issues and effective ways to meet needs. In the year 1993, the United Nations General Assembly declared 15 May every year to be celebrated as International Day of Families.

World Migratory Bird Day-2022

World Migratory Bird Day is celebrated twice every year since 2006. There are two days to celebrate this day, 14 May and 8 October. The day raises awareness about protecting migratory birds and their habitats. This awareness campaign is supported by many organizations around the world, including the United Nations. The day is celebrated every year with the organization of programs under a particular theme. The theme of this year’s World Migratory Bird Day is ‘Light Pollution.’ 

Every year the increase in artificial light is increasing at least 2 percent all over the world. Light pollution adversely affects many bird species. This creates disorientation in the flight of birds at night, due to which the birds collide with buildings or poles. Birds play an important role in ecological balance.

History of this day:

The day was declared by the United Nations in the year 2006 to make people around the world aware of migratory birds. World Migratory Bird Day was conceived by the United Nations on the conservation of African-Eurasian migratory waterfowl. More than 118 countries participated in the event.


Current Affairs – 17 May 2022

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India won Thomas Cup-2022

India’s men’s badminton team defeated 14-time champions Indonesia 3-0 to win the Thomas Cup for the first time. India’s Lakshya Sen, Kidambi Srikanth and Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy gave a one-sided defeat to defending champions powerhouse Indonesia in the final of the Thomas Cup-2022 held in Bangkok, Thailand. 

India’s Lakshya Sen started the thrilling match with an 8-21, 21-17, 21-16 win over Anthony Ginting. India’s doubles pair of Satwik and Chirag then beat Ehsan-Sukamuljo 18-21, 23-21, 21-19 to give India a 2-0 lead. In the third game, India’s Kidambi Srikanth defeated Jonathan Christie 21-15, 23-21 to make India 3-0 title contenders.

About Thomas Cup:

Since 1949, the Thomas Cup has been held once every three years, which was later modified to be held in two years from the year 1982. Countries like Indonesia, China, Denmark, and Malaysia have dominated the tournament so far. India became the champion for the first time in the 73-year history of the Thomas Cup and with this India became the sixth team to win the tournament.

New Chief Election Commissioner of India

Recently the Union Ministry of Law and Justice announced the taking over by Rajiv Kumar as the next Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) with effect from May 15, 2022. Sushil Chandra was working in this post before Rajiv Kumar, who left his post on 14 May. The appointment of Rajiv Kumar to the post of Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) was made by the President of India in accordance with Article 324(2) of the Constitution of India.

About Rajeev Kumar:

Rajiv Kumar was born on the date 19 February 1960. He was a 1984 batch IAS officer of Bihar/Jharkhand cadre, who retired from the post of IAS in February-2020. He has earned several degrees in his academic career including BSc, LLB, PGDM, and Masters in Public Policy. Kumar has also served as a director on the Central Board of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), State Bank of India (SBI), and NABARD. Apart from these, Kumar has also served as a member of several boards and committees. Kumar was appointed as the Chairman of the Public Enterprises Selection Board in April 2020 and was serving as the Election Commissioner with effect from September 1, 2020. During his tenure, he has gained over 37 years of experience in the Social Sector, Environment & Forests, Human Resources, Finance, and Banking sectors in Central and State Cadre Ministries for the Government.

PM Modi addresses ‘Utkarsh Samaroh’

Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the Utkarsh Samaroh in Bharuch, Gujarat through video conference. Utkarsh Samaroh is a celebration of cent percent fulfillment of four major schemes of the state government in Bharuch district. This will help in providing timely financial assistance to needy people.

Important point:

In This Address, The Women Of The Region Presented A Huge Rakhi To The Prime Minister To Express Their Gratitude For The Work Done By The Prime Minister For The Dignity And Life Of Women In The Country.

On This Occasion, PM Modi Interacted With The Beneficiaries Of Various Schemes.

He Talked About Meaningful Results From The Joint Performance Of The Government And The Beneficiary.

International Family Day-2022

International Families Day is celebrated every year on 15 May to highlight the importance of families. The United Nations works on issues important to the well-being of families around the world, such as health, education, children’s rights and gender equality. This year International Day of Families was celebrated under the theme ‘Families and Urbanization’. The theme aims to raise awareness about the need for a family-friendly urban policy. 

History of this day:


16 May 2022 Current Affairs


Which of the following bank has recently launched its online platform “Trade Nxt”?
Ans. Union Bank of India - Union Bank of India has recently launched its online platform "Trade Nxt". It enables Corporates and MSMEs to do all cross border export-import transactions from their location.

India has recently contributed how much US dollar to the UN with the aim of promoting Hindi language?
Ans. 800,000 US dollars - India has recently contributed 800,000 US dollars to the UN with the aim of promoting Hindi language. The Indian Mission said that the Government of India is making continuous efforts to increase the use of Hindi in the United Nations.

Brokerage firm Morgan Stanley has recently reduced India's FY2023 projected growth rate to what percent?
Ans. 7.6 percent - Brokerage firm Morgan Stanley recently reduced India's projected growth rate for FY 2023 to 7.6 percent. Along with this, American brokerage firm Morgan Stanley has also reduced the growth forecast for FY24 from 7% to 6.7%.

Which of the following state has recently reinstated the old pension scheme for state employees in its budget statement?
Ans. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has recently restored the old pension scheme for the employees of the state in his budget statement. More than three lakh people who started work after January 1, 2004 will benefit from this change.

Eminent Sanskrit and Hindi scholar and awardee of which award Dr. Rama Kant Shukla has passed away recently?
Ans. Padma Shri - Distinguished Sanskrit and Hindi scholar and Padma Shri awardee Dr. Rama Kant Shukla has passed away recently. Dr. Rama Kant Shukla was the founder and general secretary of the Devvani Parishad in Delhi, and the founding president and editor of "Arvasinsanskritam", a quarterly Sanskrit magazine.

Which of the following country has been elected as the new President of Association of Asian Election Authorities for the year 2022-24?
Ans. India - India has recently been elected as the new President of the Association of Asian Election Authorities for the year 2022-24. Recently, India has been unanimously elected in the Executive Board and General Assembly meeting in Manila, Philippines.

The President of which of the following country, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has passed away recently?
Ans. United Arab Emirates - The President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has passed away recently. He has served as the President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi since November 3, 2004.


15 May 2022 Current Affairs


Micro Ratna PSU RailTel has recently launched PM-Vani Wi-Fi scheme at how many stations?
Ans. 100 Stations - Micro Ratna PSU RailTel has recently launched "Prime Minister Wi-Fi Access Network Interface" PM-Vani Wi-Fi scheme. Now Android users can connect to this WiFi network by downloading the 'Wi-Dot' app from the Google Play Store.

Which company has recently surpassed Apple to become the world's most valuable company?
Ans. Aramco - Saudi petro company Aramco has recently overtaken Apple to become the world's most valuable company. While the prices of Apple's shares have come down due to the slowdown in the technology sector, the Saudi company's shares have risen due to the continuous rise in oil prices.

Campbell Wilson has been recently appointed as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of which airline company?
Ans. Air India - Tata Sons has recently appointed Campbell Wilson, CEO of Singapore Airlines subsidiary 'Scoot', as the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Air India recently. Apart from the full service airline, he has also been in the airlines providing affordable services.

Which of the following actress has become the first Indian brand ambassador of luxury brand Louis Vuitton?
Ans. Deepika Padukone - Indian actress Deepika Padukone has become the first Indian brand ambassador of luxury brand Louis Vuitton. The French brand has unveiled the role of a 36-year-old Bollywood actress during its new handbag campaign.

The Agriculture Minister of which of the following state, Jai Prakash Dalal has launched the “Four Seeding Scheme”?
Ans. Haryana - Haryana's Agriculture Minister, Jai Prakash Dalal has launched "Four Seeding Scheme" providing financial assistance of Rs 10,000 per acre to farmers who feed and supply fodder to Gaushalas. The rationale behind this scheme is to cover the state's fodder shortage and the growing stray cattle.

Which of the following award-winning physicist Frank Wilczek has been honored with the “Templeton Prize 2022”?
Ans. Nobel Prize - Nobel Prize-winning physicist Frank Wilczek has been awarded the "Templeton Prize 2022", a theoretical physicist and interpreter of the fundamental laws of nature. He was awarded the Nobel Prize (in the field of physics) in the year 2004.

Which day is celebrated across the world on 15th May?
Ans. World Family Day - May 15 is celebrated as "World Family Day" all over the world. A theme is being kept since 1996 to celebrate this day. This time the theme is about family and urbanization.

Who has been ranked first in the list of highest-paid athletes released by Forbes?
Ans. Lionel Messi - Cristiano Ronaldo has topped the list of highest-paid athletes released by Forbes with a reported income of US$130 million. While LeBron James stood second with USD 121.2 million, while Cristiano Ronaldo stood third with USD 115 million.

Which of the following President Sanjeev Bajaj has been appointed as the President of Confederation of Indian Industry recently?
Ans. Bajaj Finserv Limited - Sanjeev Bajaj, Chairman, Bajaj Finserv Limited has been recently appointed as the President of Confederation of Indian Industry. He is the CEO of Tata Steel, T.V. Narendran will be replaced.

Under which of the following ministry Ravinder Singh Dhillon has been appointed as CMD of Navratna Company “REC Limited” recently?
Ans. Ministry of Power - Recently Ravinder Singh Dhillon has been appointed as the CMD of Navratna Company "REC Limited" under the Ministry of Power. He is currently working as the CMD of Power Finance Corporation Limited.

Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has recently won the 2022 presidential election of which country?
Ans. Philippines - Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. has recently won the 2022 presidential election in the Philippines. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Lenny Robredo were the presidential and vice-president candidates in the election. Both the candidates have promised to make economic recovery after the pandemic.


14 May 2022 Current Affairs

Balakrishna Vithaldas Doshi has been awarded with which medal recently?
Ans. Royal Gold Medal - Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi has recently been awarded the Royal Gold Medal, one of the highest honors in the world. This model can be achieved in the field of architecture. Simon Allford, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Confederation of British Industry and who has recently entered into an agreement to set up UK-India Trade Commission?
Ans. Confederation of Indian Industry - Confederation of British Industry and Confederation of Indian Industry recently entered into an agreement to set up a UK-India Trade Commission. The objective of this mission is to increase cooperation between industries in the United Kingdom (UK) and India.

In which country has the Intersolar Europe 2022 event been organized recently?
Ans. Germany - The Intersolar Europe 2022 event has recently been organized in Germany. This event is being organized till 13th May 2012. The event is providing a wide range of solar thermal, photovoltaic (PV), and solar plant solutions.

Which of the following country has recently become the first Asian country to join the NATO Cyber ​​Defense Group?
Ans. South Korea - South Korea recently became the first Asian country to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization "NATO" cyber defense group. Now the NATO CCDCOE consists of 32 countries as total official members, including 27 NATO member states and 5 non-NATO states.

Which IBA Women's World Boxing Championship has started recently in Istanbul, Turkey?
Ans. 12th edition - The 12th edition of the IBA Women's World Boxing Championship has started recently in Istanbul, Turkey. In this event, over 400 boxers from a record 93 countries are set to participate in this year's event.

The world's oldest chess grandmaster "Yuri Averbakh" has passed away recently at the age of?
Ans. 100 years - The world's oldest chess grandmaster "Yuri Averbakh" has recently died at the age of 100. He was one of the best players in the world for a decade, the Yuri-trained world champion and the last surviving participant in one of the greatest competitions in history.

In which of the following state, 5000 years old jewelery factory has been found in Rakhi Garhi?
Ans. Haryana - Recently, Archaeological Survey of India has recently found 5000 years old jewelery factory during excavation work for the last 32 years in Rakhi Garhi, Haryana. This is one of the biggest discoveries ever made by the Archaeological Survey of India in Rakhi Garhi, Haryana.

Caitlin Novak has recently been elected as the first female President of which country?
Ans. Hungary - Caitlin Novak has recently been elected the first female President of Hungary. She is also the youngest President of Hungary at the age of 44. On 10 March Novak was elected as the country's president by the Hungarian parliament.

Mahinda Rajapaksa has recently resigned from the post of Prime Minister of which country?
Ans. Sri Lanka - The Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksa has recently resigned from the post of Prime Minister. Sri Lankan citizens were demanding the Prime Minister's resignation amid the economic crisis and intensified protests and violence.


The world's major organizations and their headquarters 🌍🏢

1. Red Cross – Geneva

2. INTERPOL – Paris (Lyons)

3. Asian Development Bank (ADB) – Manila

4. World Wildlife Conservation Fund (WWF) – Gland (Switzerland)

5. NATO – Brussels

6. International Court of Justice – The Hague

7. UNICEF – New York

8. SAARC – Kathmandu

9. United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) – Nairobi

10. GATT – Geneva

11. World Trade Organization (WTO) – Geneva

12. Organization of American States (OAS) – Washington D.C.

13. Arab League – Cairo

14. Mutual Economic Assistance Council (COMECON) – Month

15. World Council of Churches (WCC) – Geneva

16. European Energy Commission (EEC) – Geneva

17. African Economic Commission (ECA) – Addis-Ababa

18. European Free Trade Association (ECTA) – Geneva

19. United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) – Geneva

20. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) – Vienna

21. Western Asia Economic Commission (ECWA) – Baghdad

22. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) – Geneva

23. Amnesty International – London

24. International Olympic Committee (IOC) – Lausanne

25. European Common Market (ECM) – Geneva

26. Commonwealth Heads of State Conference (CHOGM) – Strasbourg

27. Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) – Vienna

28. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – Paris

29. European Atomic Energy Community (EURATON) – Brussels

30. Commonwealth – London

31. European Economic Community (EEC) – Geneva

32. European Parliament – ​​Luxembourg

33. European Space Research Organization (ESRO) – Paris

34. International Labor Organization (ILO) – Geneva

35. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific – Bangkok

36. Organization for African Unity (OAU) – Addis-Ababa

37. UNESCO – Paris

38. World Bank – Washington D.C.

39. International Monetary Fund (IMF) – Washington D.C.

40. United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) – Rome


13 May 2022 Current Affairs In Hindi


Which ministry has given security clearance to the new promoters of Jet Airways recently?
Ans. Union Home Ministry - The Union Home Ministry has recently given security clearance to the new promoters of Jet Airways. Jet Airways' operations were shut down in 2019 due to financial constraints. Naresh Goyal-owned Jet Airways took its last flight on April 17, 2019.


According to the data released by which of the following, the unemployment rate in India stood at 8.7% between October and December 2021?
Ans. According to the data released by the National Statistics Office, the unemployment rate of people above 15 years in urban areas has come down from 10.3% to 8.7% between October and December 2021.

The Bengali translation of the French novel The Meursault Investigation has won which Romain Rolland Book Prize?
Ans. Fifth - The Bengali translation of the French novel The Meursault Investigation has recently received the fifth Romain Rolland Book Prize. Mersault Contre-Enquette is the first novel by Algerian writer and journalist Kamel Daud. The Romain Rowland Book Prize was established in the year 2017.

According to which of the following, India's UPI has set the record for the highest number of transactions in April 2022?
Ans. National Payments Corporation of India - According to the National Payments Corporation of India, India's UPI has set the record for the highest number of transactions in April 2022. In April, 5.58 billion transactions worth Rs 9.83 trillion were recorded.


In which of the following country the world's largest glass bottom bridge “Bach Long Pedestrian Bridge” has been opened?
Ans. Vietnam - The world's largest glass bottom bridge "Bach Long Pedestrian Bridge" located in Vietnam has been opened. It is 632 m (2,073 ft) tall and is situated 150 m (492 ft) above a vast forest.

Recently, who has launched a literary initiative of Prabha Khaitan Foundation “Plan Website”?
Ans. Om Birla - Speaker of Lok Sabha, Om Birla has recently launched a literary initiative of Prabha Khaitan Foundation "Plan Website" with an aim to support and encourage local literature. This pen started its journey in the summer of 2015 in the cities of Jaipur and Patna.

Which country has been unanimously elected as the new President of Association of Asian Election Authorities for the year 2022-2024?
Ans. India - Recently in the meeting of the Executive Board and General Assembly in Manila, India has been unanimously elected as the new President of the Association of Asian Election Authorities for the year 2022-2024. At present the Election Commission, Manila is the chairman of the AAEA. The new members of the Executive Board now include Russia, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Taiwan and the Philippines.

Who among the following has recently been awarded the "Bangla Akademi Award" for "tireless literary pursuits"?
Ans. Mamata Banerjee - West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has recently been awarded the "Bangla Academy Award" for her "tireless literary pursuit". He has been given this award for the book "Kabita Bitan".

India's first EV charging station to run on Bio-Gas has been recently inaugurated in which city?
Ans. Mumbai - India's first EV charging station to run on bio-gas has been inaugurated in Maharashtra, Mumbai. The station will be expected to generate 220 units of electricity from the food waste collected from its surrounding areas.


Today Current Affairs 12 May 2022 in Hindi

International Nurses Day: 12 May 2022
International Nurses Day is celebrated internationally on 12th May every year. This day is dedicated to the contribution and respect of nurses.
International Nurses Day was started in the year 1974. The day is dedicated to Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. Nurses Day is celebrated on 12th May in her memory.
The theme of International Nurses Day 2022 is 'Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Invest in Nursing and Respect the Rights to Secure Global Health'.

Supreme Court stays section 124A of sedition
The Supreme Court, while delivering an important decision on Wednesday, stayed Section 124A of the Sedition Act. The top court has also stayed all pending cases filed under it.
For the first time in 152 years, an important provision of the sedition or sedition law has been banned. Petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court with complaints of its misuse by the central and state governments.

Election Commission of India elected as the new President of AAEA
The Election Commission of India, which conducts fair and transparent elections in the world's largest democracy, has been unanimously elected as the new President of the Association of Asian Election Authorities (AAEA) for 2022-2024.
The Election Commission of India will lead the Association of ASEAN Election Authority for the next two years, leading the campaign for electoral reforms at the global level.
The Association of ASEAN Election Authority was formed in 1998. He is a founding member of the Election Commission of India. At present, about 20 countries are its members. New members to its executive board now include Russia, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Taiwan and the Philippines.

national technology day
National Technology Day celebrated every year on 11th May commemorates India's technological progress. The day marks the successful test-fire of the country's first nuclear missile 'Shakti-I' on May 11, 1998 in Pokhran, Rajasthan. The Defense Research Development Organization (DRDO) also successfully test-fired the Trishul missile on May 11. India's first indigenous aircraft 'Hans-3' also took off on the same day. Therefore, keeping in mind the achievement of India's technological progress, the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had announced to celebrate May 11 as National Technology Day every year.
The theme of this year's National Technology Day 'Integrated Approach in Science and Technology for sustainable future' was launched by Union Minister Jitendra Singh.

First Indian woman to win gold medal at IWF Junior World Championships
Recently Harshada Sharad Garuda created history by winning a gold medal at the IWF Junior World Championships held in Heraklion, Greece. Indian weightlifter Harshada Sharad Garud won the title in the Under-17 category at the Khelo India Youth Games-2020. Inspired by her father, Harshada started weightlifting at the age of just 12.

Second phase of Ladli Laxmi Yojana launched in Madhya Pradesh
Recently, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched the second phase of Ladli Laxmi Yojana 'Ladli Laxmi Yojana-2.0' in the state.
About this scheme:
Ladli Laxmi Yojana has been started to encourage the girl child to pursue higher education and become self-reliant. This scheme was implemented by the state government in the year 2007 to improve the economic and educational status of girls.

'Reliance' achieves $100 billion annual revenue
Reliance Industries has achieved annual revenue of more than $100 billion. Reliance has become the first Indian company of this kind. The Company has reported a growth of up to 22.5 per cent in Consolidated Net Profit for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2022.

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12 May 2022 Current Affairs


Which of the following state has recently launched the second phase of Ladli Laxmi Yojana?
Ans. Madhya Pradesh - The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh has recently started the second phase of Ladli Laxmi Yojana. This scheme is an innovative initiative to encourage girl child to pursue higher education and make them self-reliant. Its aim is to enhance the economic and educational status of girls.


Former security chief John Lee Ka-chiu has been recently elected as the next leader of which country?
Ans. Hong Kong - Former security chief John Lee Ka-chiu has recently been elected the next leader of Hong Kong. In 2019, he was serving as security secretary when the police launched a violent crackdown on pro-democracy protests.


How many years have been completed recently for PMJJBY, PMSBY and Atal Pension Yojana?
Ans. 7 years - Prime Minister Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana and Atal Pension Yojana have completed 7 years recently. These schemes were launched on 9 May 2015 in Kolkata.


Which day is celebrated around the world on May?
International Nurses Day - On May 12, "International Nurses Day" is celebrated all over the world. The celebration of International Nurses Day started from the year 1974 on January. The day is dedicated to Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. Nurses Day is celebrated in her memory on 12th May.


Eun Suk-yol has recently been sworn in as the 13th President of which country?
Ans. South Korea - Eun Suk-yol has recently been sworn in as the 13th President of South Korea. He has resolved to rebuild the nation on the foundation of strong democracy and economy.


In the 24th Deaf Olympics Abhinav Deshwal won which medal in shooting?
Ans. Gold Medal - Abhinav Deswal has won the second gold medal for the country in shooting at the 24th Deaf Olympics. Before winning the gold medal in the shoot-off, he was tied with the silver medalist Ukrainian Oleksiy Lezhebnik.


Senior IAS officer Alkesh Kumar Sharma has been made the secretary of which ministry recently?
Ans. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology - Senior IAS officer Alkesh Kumar Sharma has recently been made Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. He had earlier worked as Additional Secretary and Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat.


Which of the following award-winning Indian music composer and santoor player, Pandit Shivkumar Sharma has passed away recently?
Ans. Padma Vibhushan - Padma Vibhushan awardee Indian musician and santoor player, Pandit Shivkumar Sharma has passed away recently at the age of 84. He gave the santoor a classical status and elevated it along with other traditional and famous instruments such as the sitar and the sarod.


Important Static GK Set-1 | Static GK Questions in Hindi


1) Which acid is found in apple?
Ans. Malic acid

2) Which acid is found in tamarind?
Ans. tartaric acid

3) Which acid is found in milk and curd?
Ans. lactic acid

4) Which acid is found in vinegar?
Ans. acetic acid

5) Which acid is present in the sting of a red ant?
Ans. formic acid

6) Which acid is found in lemon and sour foods?
Ans. citric acid

7) Which acid is found in tomato seeds?
Ans. oxalic acid

8) What is a kidney stone called?
Ans. calcium oxalate

9) Which acid is helpful in protein digestion?
Ans. hydrochloric acid

10) Where is the Silent Valley located?
Ans. Kerala

11) Where is the headquarters of International Solar Alliance located?
Ans. Gurugram (Haryana)

12) Where is Vikram Sarabhai Space Center located?
Ans. Thiruvananthapuram

13) Where is the Satish Dhawan Space Center located?
Ans. Sri Harikota

14) Where is the Indian Agricultural Research Center located?
Ans. New Delhi

15) Where is the Central Rice Research Institute located?
Ans. Cuttack (Orissa)

16) In which country will the Hockey World Cup 2023 be organized?
Ans. India

17) Who is called the magician of hockey?
Ans. Major Dhyan Chand

18) What is the Kyoto Protocol related to?
Ans. green house gas

19) What is the Montreal Protocol related to?
Ans. ozone layer protection

20) Ramsar Convention is related to?
Ans. protection of wetlands

21) When was the Scottholm conference held?
Ans. happened in 1912

22) Where is the headquarter of World Bank located?
Ans. Washington DC

23) Where is the headquarter of Asian Development Bank (ADB) located?
Ans. manila

24) Where is the headquarters of United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) located?
Ans. Nairobi, Kenya)

25) Where is the headquarters of the World Trade Organization located?
Ans. Geneva

26) Where is the headquarters of UNESCO located?
Ans. Paris

27) Where is the headquarter of Amnesty International located?
Ans. London

28) Where is the headquarters of Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) located?
Ans. Vienna

29) Where is the headquarter of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) located?
Ans. Paris

30) Where is the headquarter of International Labor Organization (ILO) located?
Ans. Geneva

31) Which space agency launched the Falcon 9 rocket?
Ans. Space-X

32) HOPE mission has been launched by which country?
Ans. United Arab Emirates (UAE)

33) By which vehicle did India launch 104 satellites in 2017?
Ans. PSLV C37

34) Where is Shipkila Pass located?
Ans. Himachal Pradesh

35) Through which pass does the Sutlej river enter India?
Ans. Shipkila Pass

36) Nathula Pass is located in which state?
Ans. Sikkim

37) In which state is Bomdila Pass located?
Ans. Arunachal Pradesh

38) In which state is Tuju Pass located?
Ans. Manipur

39) Which is called Tiger State?
Ans. Madhya Pradesh

40) Where is Simlipal Tiger Reserve located?
Ans. Odisha

41) In which state is the Nagarhole Tiger Reserve located?
Ans. Karnataka

42) Palamu Tiger Reserve is located in which state?
Ans. Jharkhand

43) In which state is the Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve located?
Ans. Maharashtra

44) Who built the Khajuraho temple?
Ans. Chandela ruler (Chhatar, Madhya Pradesh)

45) In which shell is the Khajuraho temple built?
Ans. Panchayatan Style

46) In which shell is Humayun's tomb built?
Ans. Charbagh Style

47) Which is called the Taj Mahal of the East?
Ans. Humayun's Tomb

48) In which shell is the Brihadeshwara temple built?
Ans. Dravidian style

49) Which rulers built the Brihadeshwara temple?
Ans. Chola ruler

50) Where is the Brihadeshwara Temple located?
Ans. Tanjore


IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
50 QUESTIONS


Question - Which is the national animal of India? Answer – Tiger

Question - Which is the national bird of India?
Answer – Peacock

Question - Which is the national aquatic animal of India?
Answer – Ganges Dolphin

Question - Which is the national fruit of India?
Answer – Mango

Question - Which is the national flower of India?
Answer – Kamal

Question - Which is the national tree of India?
Answer – Banyan

Question - Which is the national sport of India?
Answer – Hockey

Question - What is the ratio between the length and width of the national flag of India?
Answer – 3:2

Question: Who wrote the national anthem of India?
Answer – Rabindranath Tagore

Question - Which is the national anthem of India?
Answer – Vande Mataram.

Question: Who wrote the national anthem of India?
Answer – Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

Question: Who first called Mahatma Gandhi the Father of the Nation?
Answer – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Question - Which is our national calendar?
Answer – Shaka Samvat

Question - What is the duration of singing the national anthem?
Answer – 52 seconds

Question: Who discovered radioactivity?
Answer – Henry Becquerel

Question - Pace maker is related to which part of the body?
Answer – Heart

Question - Which gland of the human body is called 'master gland'?
Answer – Piyush gland

Question: Which is the purest form of carbon?
Answer – Diamond

Question: Who invented X-ray?
Answer – Rantjan

Question - Which metal was first used by humans?
Answer – Copper

Question: How does the outer sky appear to the astronaut?
Answer – Black

Question: Who invented the telescope?
Answer – Galileo Galilei

Question - What is the name of Mahatma Gandhi's Samadhi in Delhi?
Answer – Rajghat

Question - From where to where did the first train run in India?
Answer – From Bombay (Present Mumbai) to Thane

Question - In which city was the metro rail service started for the first time in India?
Answer – Kolkata

Question - In which year did the train start in India?
Answer – 1853

Question - Who was the first Indian astronaut?
Answer – Squadron Leader Rakesh Sharma, in 1984

Question - Who was the first woman Chief Minister of India?
Answer – Mrs Sucheta Kriplani

Question - Who was the first Chief Minister of Haryana?
Answer – Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma

Question: When was the United Nations Organization established?
Answer – 24 October 1945

Question: Where is the headquarters of the United Nations Organization located?
Answer – New York

Question: Who was the first Secretary General of the United Nations?
Answer – Trigeveli

Question- How many countries are members of the United Nations at present?
Answer – 193

Question - How many countries are members of the United Nations Security Council?
Answer – 15

Question - How many countries are permanent members of the United Nations Security Council?
Answer – 5

Question: Where is the International Court of Justice located?
Answer – The Hague, Holland

Question: Who is the current Secretary General of the United Nations Organization?
Answer – Ban-ki-moon

Question - Who was the first Indian to deliver a speech in the United Nations General Assembly in Hindi?
Answer – Atal Bihari Vajpayee

Question - For how many years are the non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council elected?
Answer – 2 years

Question - Which country became the 193rd member of the United Nations?
Answer – South Sudan

Question- Deficiency of which vitamin does not stop blood clotting?
Answer – Vitamin K

Question - When is Hindi Day celebrated?
Answer – 14 September

Question: By which article of the constitution Hindi was declared as the national language?
Answer – Article 343

Question: Who is the only Indian to win a gold medal in the singles event of the Olympic Games?
Answer – Abhinav Bindra

Question - After how many years the Olympic Games are held?
Answer – 4 years

Question - Where were the Olympic Games held in the year 2016?
Answer – Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Question - When is International Human Rights Day celebrated?
Answer – December 10


Historical and Scenic Places of India :-

Amarnath Cave - Kashmir

Sun Temple (Black Pagoda) - Konark

Brihadeshwara Temple - Tanjore

Dilwara Temple - Mount Abu

Vrindavan Gardens -Mysore

Chilka Lake - Orissa

Ajanta Caves - Aurangabad

Malabar Hills - Mumbai

Shantiniketan -Kolkata

Ranthambore FortSawai - Madhopur

Aga Khan Palace - Pune

Temple of Mahakal - Ujjain

Qutub Minar - Delhi

Elephanta Caves - Mumbai

Taj Mahal - Agra

India Gate - Delhi

Vishwanath Temple - Varanasi

Sanchi Stupa- Bhopal

Amer Durg -Jaipur

Imambara - Lucknow

Gomateshwara Shravanabelagola - Karnataka

Buland Darwaza -Fatehpur Sikri

Akbar's Tomb Sikandra - Agra

Jog Falls➖Mysore

Nishat Bagh➖Srinagar

Meenakshi Temple -Madurai

Golden Temple - Amritsar

Ellora Caves -Aurangabad

Hawa Mahal -Jaipur

Jantar Mantar Delhi - Jaipur

Sher Shah's Tomb - Sasaram

itmat-ud-daulah - agra

Sarnath - Near Varanasi

Nataraja Temple -Chennai

Jama Masjid -Delhi

Jagannath Temple -Puri

Golghar - Patna

Victory Pillar - Chittorgarh

Gol Gumbad - Bijapur

Golconda - Hyderabad

Gateway of India - Mumbai

Water Temple - Pawapuri

Belur Math - Kolkata

Tower of Silence - Mumbai




️RRB NTP Review

Q. 1 Where is the “Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden” located?
Ans. Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir)

Q. 2 When is “World Environment Day” celebrated every year?
Ans. on June 5

Q. 3 What is the full form of PSLV?
Ans. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle

Q. 4 Which is the tallest tree in the world?
Ans. redwood

Q.5 Which film got the Oscar Award in “Best Film”?
Ans. parasite

Q.6 What was the term of “First Five Year Plan”?
Ans. 1951 to 1956

Q.7 When did Demonetization happen in India?
Ans. 2016

Q.8 Which vitamin helps in clotting of blood?
Ans. Vitamin K

Q.9 What happened in the Lahore session of Congress, 1929?
Ans. Purna Swaraj was demanded

Q.10 Who is the author of the book “The White Tiger”?
Ans. Arvind Adiga

Q.11 Where is the “World Health Organization” located?
Ans. Geneva (Switzerland)

Q.12 What is the old name of BRAC?
Ans. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

Q. 13 Which IT company has stopped producing computers?
Ans. IBM

Q.14 Due to which phenomenon the sand in the desert looks like water?
Ans. Marichika

Q.15 Which one of the following sites is not included in the UNESCO World Heritage List?
Ans. Konark Temple, Agra Fort, Hawa Mahal, Elephanta Caves

Q. 16 For what age children is free education compulsory?
Ans. 6 to 14 years

Q. Which country was ranked first in T20 cricket as of 17 December 2020?
Ans. England

Q.18 What is the full form of “FORTRAN”?
Ans. Formula translation

Q. 19 In which session of Congress was the "National Anthem" sung for the first time?
Ans. Kolkata

Q. 20 “F7 key” is used in MS Word –
Ans. To check for spelling and grammar errors

Q.21 A question was asked from the tomb built by Shahjahan's daughter

Q.22 What type of farming is “Coffee and Tea”?
Ans. cash crop

Q.23 Which disease is caused by the bite of "Aedes mosquito"?
Ans. Dengue

Q.24 Which organization regulates “Insurance” in India?
Ans. IRDA

Q.25 “Bhatiali Folkgeet” is related to which state?
Ans. West Bengal

Q.26 The chemical symbol of magnesium is –
Ans. Mg

Q.27 When is “Goa Liberation Day” celebrated?
Ans. 19 December (1961)

Q.28 Who established the “Hyderabad city”?
Ans. Mohammad Quli Qutb Shah

Q.29 Which of the following desert is not located in India?
Ans. Indus Desert


08 May 2022 Current Affairs


Q.1 World Red Cross Day is celebrated on which day in May?

Ans. 8 May - World Red Cross Red Crescent Day is celebrated every year on 8 May. This day marks the anniversary of the birth of Jean-Henri Dunant, who was born on 8 May 1828.


Q.2 Between which cities of the country will the first fast aerodynamic train run?

Ans. Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut - The Indian subsidiary of French leading engineering company Alstom has signed the National Capital Region Transport Corporation's (NCRTC) first phase of the 82.5 km long Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut (RRTS) regional rail route project as the country's medium The first train of high speed has been handed over.


Q.3 In the Deaf Olympics held in Brazil, which shooter got India its third gold medal by securing first place in 10m Air Pistol?

Ans. Abhinav Deshwal - India's 14-year-old shooter (shooter) Abhinav Deshwal won the 10m air pistol India its third gold medal.


Q.4 In which country the emergency was recently declared due to the demand for resignation from the government due to economic slowdown?

Ans. Sri Lanka - Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa declared a state of emergency on Friday evening. The reason for the emergence of a state of emergency in the country is the intense protests demanding resignation amid the economic slowdown.


Q.5 Which of the following day is celebrated on 8th May?

Ans. World Thalassemia Day - Every year 8 May is celebrated as 'World Thalassemia Day' in the world. Thalassemia is a blood related disease, which is genetic.


Q.6 Who among the following will start his new term as the President of France?

Ans. Emmanuel Macron - Emmanuel Macron defeated his rival Marine Le Pen to become President for the second time in a row. Emmanuel Macron became the first person in the country to become president for the second time in 20 years.


Q.7 The Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court has been appointed as the judge of the apex court?

Ans. Sudhanshu Dhulia and Jamshed Burjor Pardiwala - President of India Ram Nath Kovind has appointed Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court Sudhanshu Dhulia and Justice of Gujarat High Court Justice Jamshed Burjor Pardiwala as judges of the apex court recently.


Q.8 In which city of Haryana the fourth Khelo India Youth Games was launched by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal and Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur?

Ans. Panchkula - The 4th SBI Khelo India Youth Games got off to a grand start with the unveiling of the logo, mascot, jersey and song in Panchkula on Saturday.


Q.9 Recently who took over as the Managing Director of Sundaram-Clayton Limited (SCL)?

Ans. Dr. Lakshmi Venu - Dr. Lakshmi Venu took over as the Managing Director of Sundaram-Clayton Limited (SCL), one of India's leading auto component manufacturer, at the board meeting held here.


Q.10 Kanger Ghati National Park is located in which state of India?

Ans. Chhattisgarh - About 200 species of birds are found in the Kanger Ghati National Park located in Jagdalpur of Bastar district of Chhattisgarh.


🌍GK GS Important Questions🌍

Question: - Which is the largest flower in the world?

Ans :- Reflesia

Question: - Which is the most important part of the plant from the point of view of life cycle?

Ans:- Flowers

Question:- Where is the purification of blood done in the human body?

Ans :- In the kidney

Question: – What is the main function of white blood cell (W.B.C.)?

Ans :- Having immunity to the disease

Question: - In which area is the huge copper deposits located in Rajasthan?

Ans :- In Khetri area

Question: – Which is the main cereal crop of India?

Ans :- Rice

Question: - Leaves have two main functions

Ans :- -Photosynthesis and Transpiration

Question: - What is the popular name of calcium sulfate used by doctors, painters, craftsmen etc.?

Ans :- Plaster of Paris

Question: - Which metal is mixed in making gold ornaments?

Ans :- Copper

Question: – Which of the following is the heaviest metal?

Ans :- Osmium

Question: – Which of the following is a fire extinguishing gas?

Ans :- Carbon Dioxide

Question: - Sleeping under a tree at night is harmful, because the trees leave

Ans :- Carbon dioxide

Question: - Which element is abundant in human body?

Ans :- -Oxygen

Question:- Tomato sauce is found in

Ans :- -Acetic acid

Question: - Who is known as the father of 'Biology'?

Ans :-  Aristotle

Question: - The fruit of which plant is found under the ground?

Ans :- Peanuts

Question: – What gives a definite shape to the cell?

Ans :- Cell wall

Question: - By whom do leaves get green color?

Ans :- Chloroplast

Question: - Where is the National Institute of Environmental Engineering located?

Ans :- In Nagpur

Question: - What is the 'brown revolution' related to?

Ans:- From the product of fertilizers.

Question: - Which hormone is more active in female animals when babies are born?

Ans :- Oxytocin

Question: - Which state of India is known as 'Egg basket of Asia'?

Ans :- Andhra Pradesh

Question: – Where is “Indian Veterinary Research” located?

Ans :-  Bareilly

Question: - 'Red Revolution' is related to?

Ans :- From meat production


Important treaties in the history of India

✓Treaty of Asur Ali (1639) This treaty established the boundary between the Mughal Empire and the Ahom Empire and ended the Mughal efforts to conquer the Ahoms.

✓Treaty of Purandar (1665) This treaty was done between the Rajput ruler and commander of the Mughal Empire, Jai Singh I, and the Maratha Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Shivaji was forced to sign the agreement after Jai Singh laid siege to Purandar Fort.

✓Treaty of Alinagar (1757) This treaty was done between Siraj-ud-Dawa and Robert Clive. This enabled the British to strengthen Calcutta and allowed British goods to pass through Bengal without tax.

✓Treaty of Allahabad (1765) This treaty was done between Robert Clive and Mughal Emperor Shah Alam II. This gave the British the right to collect taxes from Bengal, Bihar and Orissa on behalf of the Mughal emperor.

✓Treaty of Madras (1769) This treaty was signed between the British and Hyder Ali of Mysore to end the First Mysore War. Under the treaty, both sides agreed to return the conquered territories and to support each other in case of third party invasion.

✓Treaty of Purandar (1776) This treaty was signed between the British and the Marathas to end the first phase of the First Anglo-Maratha War.

✓Treaty of Wadgaon (1779) This treaty was signed between the British and the Marathas to end the second phase of the First Anglo-Maratha War.

✓Treaty of Salbai (1782) This treaty was signed between the British and the Marathas to end the First Anglo-Maratha War

✓Treaty of Seringapatam (1792) This treaty was done between the British (Lord Cornwallis), Marathas, Hyderabad and Tipu Sultan. This ended the Third Anglo-Mysore War, and the Marathas, the Nizam of Hyderabad and the British captured nearly half of Tipu Sultan's territory.

✓Treaty of Lahore (1846) This treaty was signed between the members of the Lahore Durbar represented by Governor General Henry Hardinge and the young Maharaja Duleep Singh Bahadur. This treaty ended the First Anglo-Sikh War.

✓Treaty of Amritsar (1846) By this treaty the British East India Company sold Kashmir to Maharaja Gulab Singh. The dynasty of Maharaja Gulab Singh ruled until 1947, when Maharaja Hari Singh ceded Kashmir to India.


🇮🇳️Indian polity important Question For All Exam🇮🇳

Question 1 – At present, how many political parties are national parties recognized by the Election Commission of India?
Answer – Eight

Question 2: What is the quorum of the Lok Sabha of the total number of members?
Answer – 1/10

Question 3 – How many types of writs can the Supreme Court issue?
Answer – Five types

Question-4 According to the Indian Constitution, who is legally competent to declare war or establish peace?
Answer – President

Question 5: Which constitutional amendment is related to the strengthening of Panchayat Raj in India?
Answer – 73rd Constitutional Amendment

Question 6 – Who was appointed to the post of constitutional advisor to the Constituent Assembly?
Answer – Dr. B. N. Rao's

Question 7- Who was the first Chief Justice of India?
Answer – Hiralal J. Kaniya

Question 8 - In which part of the constitution fundamental rights are described?
Answer – In part 3

Question 9- Who presides over the joint session of the Parliament?
Answer – Speaker of Lok Sabha

Question 10 – In which year the States Reorganization Act was passed by the Indian Parliament?
Answer – In 1956


🖥 Computer : General Knowledge 🖥️

✓Computer is an electronic machine. Its Hindi name is Computer.

✓The father of the modern computer is called Charles Bawej.

✓The calculator was invented by Pascal.

✓Siddhartha was the first computer manufactured in India.

✓The largest computer network is the Internet.

✓India's first computer was installed in Bangalore's Head Post Office.

✓The first use of Internet was in America's defense research.

✓The IC chips used in the computer are made of silicon.

✓Bangalore is called the Silicon Valley of India.

✓computer brain cpu is called to.

✓The computer saves its result in the memory for future use.

✓The full form of IC is Integrated Circuit.

✓The full form of IBM is International Business Machine.

✓The full form of WWW is World Wide Wave.

✓The full form of LAN is Local Area Network.

✓The full form of WAN is Wide Area Network.

✓The full form of RAM is Random Axis Memory.

✓The full form of ROM is Read Only Memory.

✓The full form of CD is Compact Disc.

✓The full form of VDU is Visual Display Unit.

✓The full form of HTML is Hypertext Markup Language.

✓The full form of HTTP is Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

✓The full form of ALU is Arithmetic Logical Unit.

✓The full form of CPU is Central Processing Unit.

✓The full form of CU is Control Unit.

✓The full form of COBOL is Common Business Oriented Language.

✓The full form of DOS is Disk Operating System.

✓The full form of E MAIL is ELECTRONIC MAIL.

✓The full form of FAX is Far Away Xerox.

✓The process of shutting down the computer is called shutdown and the process of starting it up is called boot up.

✓The other name of the monitor is VDU.

✓The standard keyboard has 101 buttons and 12 function keys.

✓There is a layer of iron oxide on the magnetic disk.

✓0 and 1 are used in the binary number system.

✓The size of a floppy disc is 3.25" and 5.25".

✓The process of connecting to the computer network is called 'log in' and breaking the connection is called 'log out'.

✓RAM is used in the operating system.

✓The list of programs in the computer is called menu.

✓Modem works on telephone line.

✓The reason for the dumping of the computer is the virus.

✓A computer virus is a destructive program.

✓The physical structure of the computer is called hardware.

✓Hard Disk Speed ​​ is measured in RPM.

✓8 bit = 1 byte
✓1024 Byte = 1 Kilo Byte
✓1024 kilobytes = 1 MB
✓1024 MB = 1 GB

✓IBM (International Business Machines) is a computer company.

✓The main page of the computer is called the desk top.

✓The great revolution in the field of computer came in 1960.

✓DOS and WINDOWS are one type of operating system.

✓Examples of input devices are mouse, keyboard, joystick, scanner, and light pen.

✓Printer, speaker, and monitor are output devices.

✓The message sent over the Internet is called E-mail.

✓The conversion from high level language to machine language is done by the source program.

✓Cobol is a high level language similar to English.

✓The first language developed for the program is Fortran.

✓Compiler translates high level language into low level language.

✓The high level language was developed by IBM.

✓There are high level languages ​​like FORTRAN, COBOL, BASIC, Algol, Pascal etc.

✓Mother board is a circuit board, it has CPU. are added.

✓Computer programs are stored in the hard disk.

✓There are three types of computers – digital, analog, and hybrid.

✓Assembler converts assembly language into machine language


Mountains, plateaus and plains of the world

What percentage of the total area of ​​the lithosphere is the extent of mountains?
26%

In which category of places the mountain is counted?
Second class

What percentage of the world's population lives on mountains?
1%

Who propounded the theory of 'radio activation'?
jolly ne

What is the principle of radioactivity related to?
From the origin of mountains

Who propounded the land-consolidation theory of mountain builders?
Cobar

How many million years ago were the world's largest fold mountains formed?
30

Which is the latest range?
Ural

Himalaya mountain comes under?
New fold mountain

From which land formation did the Himalaya Mountains originate?
Tethys

Where is the Southern Altus mountain range located?
in New Zealand

Which mountain is known as the continental watershed?
Rockies

Which is the longest mountain range in the world?
Andes

Which is the highest peak of the Andes ranges?
concagua

In which country is the world's highest mountain peak Mount Everest?
in Nepal

Which is the highest peak in North America?
Mount McKinley

Plateaus are found on what percentage of the lithosphere?
33%

How much population of the world lives on the plateaus?
9%

What are the plateaus which are surrounded by ranges from all sides called?
Intermountain plateau

Which is the highest plateau in the world?
Tibet Plateau

In which country is the Potwar plateau located?
in Pakistan

Where is the Lois Plateau?
in China

Where is the Tibetan Plateau located?
Between Himalaya Mountains and Qunlun Mountains

Which plateau is known as the 'roof of the world'?
Pamir Plateau

From which plateau, tin metal is excavated the most?
From the Bolivian Plateau

What percentage of the total area of ​​the lithosphere is plain?
41%

What percentage of the world's crops and food and commodities are grown in the plains?
85%

What percentage of the world's total population lives in the plains?
90%

Who is called the 'cradle of civilization'?
to the mountain

How is the North-Western China Plain formed?
Due to the accumulation of sand and dust particles

By whom is the Sampradaya Maidan constructed?
river

By whom is the Pediplane Maidan constructed?
wind

Where is the Drakensberg Mountains?
In Southern Africa

In which category of sites the field is counted?
Second class

In which country are the hills named Black Hill?
United States

Between which two countries are the Pyrenees Mountains located?
France and Spain

Where is Vindhya plateau situated?
in India

Where is the Mysore Plateau situated?
in America

Between whom is the plateau of Meseta?
Between Spain and Portugal

What are the residual mounds located everywhere in the karst plains called?
hyuns

What is the plateau plateau of Ranchi?
an elevated pennyplane

Which is the largest plateau in the world in terms of area?
Tibet Plateau

Where is the Telegraphic Plateau located?
in the North Atlantic Ocean

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