|A.||Gudamba Police||B.||Bilaspur Police|
|C.||Dhupguri Police||D.||Panjagutta Police|
Explanation:The Bilaspur Police in Chhattisgarh now holds the Guinness World Records for its 'Rakhi with Khakhi' as part of which girls and women tied rakhis to 50,033 police officials rakhis over a span of ten hours and then uploaded selfies with hashtags #rakhiwithkhaki and #HappyRakshaBandhan. The initiative was the brainchild of Bilaspur Superintendent of Police Sheikh Arif Husen & was held on 25th August 2018, a day before Raksha Bandhan. The Guinness World Records certificate was awarded to Bilaspur police at a function held at the Lakhiram Memorial Auditorium on 1st December 2018. The aim of the initiative is to reach out to women and girls and to assure them of security.
|A.||Swapna Barman||B.||Saurabh Chaudhary|
|C.||Neeraj Chopra||D.||Vinesh Phogat|
Explanation:State Bank of India roped in Asian Games gold medalist Swapna Barman as brand ambassador for its digital app YONO(You only need one). YONO is an integrated digital banking platform offered by State Bank of India (SBI) to enable users to access a variety of financial and other services such as taxi bookings, online shopping, or medical bill payments.
Explanation:The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has submitted a formal expression of interest to bid for 2032 Olympics. Mumbai and Delhi are the top two options under consideration by Indian Olympic Association (IOA), which has approached the International Olympic Committee. India is holding on to its dream of hosting the Olympic games for the first time. The bidding process is expected to start in 2022 and a host city will be decided by 2025.
|C.||Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhosle|
Explanation:The Maratha Emperor, "Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhosle" is considered as 'Father of the Indian Navy'. India celebrated its 47th Navy Day. The day is celebrated in honour of the maritime force's role during the war with Pakistan in 1971 when Indian warships attacked Karachi port. The Navy showcased an impressive show of skill amid a sea of colours at the Gateway of India in Mumbai.