|A.||Gyan Sudha Misra||B.||Suman Kumari|
|C.||G. Rohini||D.||Manjula Chellur|
Explanation:Suman Kumari has become the first Hindu woman to have been appointed as a civil judge in Pakistan after passing an examination for induction of judicial officers. Kumari, who hails from Qambar-Shahdadkot, will serve in her native district. The first judge from the Hindu community was Justice Rana Bhagwandas, who served as the acting chief justice for brief periods between 2005 and 2007.
|A.||South Indian Bank||B.||Federal Bank|
Explanation:South India based private sector lender Federal Bank appointed Dilip Sadarangani as the part-time Chairman. He has been on bank's board since 2013. The appointment of Mr.Dilip Sadarangani who has been guiding person in technology in multiple banks, as Chairman of the board of Federal Bank comes at a time when the bank makes confident strides in gaining market share in India. Mr. Sadarangani played key roles in setting up of IT infrastructure in different banks in India, Australia and Kuwait. He was a core member of the team which automated the first 50 branches of State Bank of India.
|A.||Yogi Adityanath||B.||Biplab Kumar Deb|
|C.||Narendra Modi||D.||Devendra Fadnavis|
Explanation:Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Monday inaugurated an international indoor exhibition center here, the largest facility of its kind in the Northeastern region. Built at a cost of Rs 66.52 crore at Hapania with an area of 10,800 sq metre The indoor centre has the capacity to house 170 stalls and accommodate 10,000 visitors.
Explanation:Transparency International has released the Global Corruption Index 2018. India rose by 3 points to 78 in the list of 180 countries in the world with a score of 41. China lagged far behind at 87 and Pakistan ranked 117. The top countries on the list are Denmark and New Zealand, with scores of 88 and 87. Somalia, Syria and South Sudan remained at the bottom, with scores of 10, 13 and 13.
Explanation:Tamil Nadu was declared the 'Best State Overall' for its active participation in the national campaign 'Swasth Bharat Yatra'. The campaign was a 100-day consumer outreach programme of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), which was launched on 16th October 2018 to amplify its Eat Right India initiative. Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra were adjudged the Best States with population above 3 crore. Punjab, Goa and Delhi were recognised as the Best States having population less than 3 crore. Meghalaya, Jammu and Kashmir and Uttrakhand were given special awards for their participation despite their hilly and difficult terrain. The Yatra saw the involvement of 10 lakh participants and reached to around 2.5 crore people across various States and UTs. It also led to the creation of 21,000 local 'Eat Right Champions' who would sustain this movement in the future.