|C.||Andhra Pradesh||D.||Madhya Pradesh|
Explanation:Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister Om Prakash Rajbhar said the state government is going to waive loans of up to Rs. 1 lakh of ‘Divyangs’ (differently-abled). “We will also provide them loans up to Rs. 1 lakh at an interest rate of 4% only,” the Minister added. The government also plans to hold “Samadhan Diwas” every month to resolve their problems.
|A.||Aizwal FC||B.||Kolkata FC|
|C.||Chennai City||D.||Bengaluru FC|
Explanation:Aizawl FC, a small team from Mizoram, created history by becoming the first club from north-east to win the I-League as they beat Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan to the title race by drawing 1-1 with Shillong Lajong. Aizawl ended the league on 37 points while Mohun Bagan finished second on 36. They have won the I-League title in their second season, becoming the first club from the Northeast to bag the title.
|A.||Rafael Nadal||B.||Andy Murray|
|C.||Roger Federer||D.||Novak Djokovic|
Explanation:Rafael Nadal added a record 10th Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell title to his impressive resume, beating Dominic Thiem, 6-4, 6-1, in the final. The Austrian gave Nadal a stiff challenge for much of the first set, but the Spaniard shifted gears after his first break and cruised to a win. After winning the Monte-Carlo Masters last week, Nadal appears to be in superb form just a few weeks ahead of the French Open.
|A.||Valtteri Bottas||B.||Lewis Hamilton|
|C.||Daniel Ricciardo||D.||Sebastian Vettel|
Explanation:Valtteri Bottas claimed his maiden Formula One victory when he resisted intense pressure from championship leader Sebastian Vettel to triumph for Mercedes in a tense Russian Grand Prix. The popular Bottas’s first win was warmly received by his fellow drivers and the paddock, Hamilton hugging him after he had jumped into the arms of his crew and Vettel joining the reception, Russian President Vladimir Putin also present for congratulations and prize giving.
|C.||Andhra Pradesh||D.||Himachal Pradesh|
Explanation:Haryana police will relaunch ‘Operation Durga’ to ensure women’s safety, according to Director General of Police (DGP) BS Sandhu. The state government had started the operation earlier this month but it was stopped within a week. “The objective is to ensure the safety of women. ‘Operation Durga’ is not about moral policing,” said the police official.