|A.||Admiral G. Ashok Kumar|
|B.||Admiral Suraj Berry|
|C.||Admiral Vishnu Bhagwat|
|D.||Admiral Rama Kant Pattanaik|
Explanation:Rear Admiral Suraj Berry has been appointed as the Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet. He will succeed Vice Admiral Karambir Singh, who will be the next (24th) chief of naval staff. He was commissioned on 1st January 1987 and is a specialist in Gunnery and Missile Warfare. He has experience as a Commanding officer in the missile vessel INS Nirbhik, missile corvette INS Karmuk, stealth frigate INS Talwar, and the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya. Also, He is a recipient of the Vishisht Seva Medal in 2006 for the Tsunami Relief operations in Sri Lanka/ Maldives and the Nau Sena Medal in 2015. Under his supervision, Eastern Fleet participated in various bilateral exercises, like INDRA-18 with the Russian Navy, the 25th edition of SIMBEX with the Singapore Navy and JIMEX-18 with the Japanese Navy.
|A.||Norman Anil Kumar Browne|
|C.||Navkaranjit Singh Dhillon|
Explanation:Fighter pilot Air Marshal Navkaranjit Singh Dhillon has been appointed as the new Strategic Forces Command Chief. He will succeed Jasbir Walia. He was born in 1961 in Amritsar. He has experience as a Commanding officer in MiG-21 Sqn and as a Chief Operational Officer of a premier flying base. The Strategic Forces Command (SFC) was created on 4th January 2003, by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government to look after the strategic nuclear arsenal of the country and it is a part of India's Nuclear Command Authority (NCA) which is headed by PM Narendra Modi.
Explanation:In a first, The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) opened a visitors' gallery with 5,000 capacity at Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota island. The gallery has a clear line of sight to two launch pads and large screens to explain launcher and satellite features. This comes as ISRO is launching defence satellite EMISAT along with 28 foreign satellites on April 1, 2019.
|A.||Viktor Axelsen||B.||Srikanth Kidambi|
|C.||Angga Pratama||D.||Lee Yang|
Explanation:Viktor Axelsen of Denmark defeated India's Srikanth Kidambi to win in men's singles category. The 2019 India Open, officially the YONEX-SUNRISE India Open 2019, was a badminton tournament which took place at K. D. Jadhav Indoor Hall in New Delhi, India and had a total purse of $350,000.
|C.||Roger Federer||D.||John Isner|
Explanation:Switzerland's Roger Federer defeats USA's John Isner in straight sets to lift his 101st career title at the Miami Open 2019. Federer is now behind only America's Jimmy Connors with 109 career singles titles. Roger Federer has lifted his fourth title at the Miami Open. It is Swiss player's 28th Masters' title and the 101st overall for a player who has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles. Winners of Miami Open 2019: Men's singles: Switzerland Roger Federer Women's singles: Australia Ashleigh Barty Men's doubles: United States Bob Bryan, United States Mike Bryan Women's doubles: Belgium Elise Mertens, Belarus Aryna Sabalen.