Current Affairs Quiz 1,2 & 3 October, 2018

Current Affairs 1,2 & 3 October, 2018

1. Which city hosted the 8th Asian Yoga Sports Championship?
2. What is the rank of India in pictorial warnings on cigarette packets, as per Cigarette Package Health Warnings: International Status Report 2018, released by the Canadian Cancer Society?
3. When was the 2018 World Habitat Day observed?
4. When is International Day of Non-Violence celebrated globally?
5.

Which two countries have reached a deal to replace NAFTA?

6. Russian player Igor Akinfeev has announced his international retirement. Which sport is he related to?
7. Which squash player won the 25th Asian junior individual squash championship title in Chennai, on 29thSeptember 2018?
8. Who was awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine?
9.

The Union Government constituted a Competition Law Review Committee to review the Competition Act under whose chairmanship?

10.

The National Khadi Festival 2018 was held in which city?

11.

Which state government has launched its own food security scheme to cover those left out from NFSA?

12.

Who was elected as the new Chairman of the Press Trust of India?

13.

Who has been elected as the President of Hockey India?

14.

Who was appointed as chief economist of International Monetary fund (IMF), on 1st October 2018?

15.

Which has launched a new wage compensation scheme for pregnant women in tea gardens?

16. What is the rank of Rohit Sharma in the latest ICC (International Cricket Council) ODI Rankings for Batsmen?
17.

India decided to extend a line of credit (LoC) of _____ dollars to Uzbekistan through Exim Bank for housing and other social infrastructure projects, on 1st October 2018?

18.

Which country has decided to posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to Mahatma Gandhi for his contribution towards promotion of peace and non-violence?

19.

Which high court has issued directions to provide reservation to transgenders in educational institutions?

20. Which city has launched India’s first flood forecasting and early warning system (FFEWS)?
21. The Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth year celebrations were launched on October 2, 2018, marking the beginning of the final year of the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM). When was the mission launched?
22. Which alcohol control initiative has been launched by the World Health Organization (WHO), recently?
23.

Who was appointed as UNICEF’s special representative of young people, on 2nd October 2018?

24.

Who took over as the new Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief (AOC-in-C) of the South Western Air Command of the Indian Air Force (IAF), on October 1, 2018?

25. Barham Salih has been newly elected as the President of which nation?

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1.

‘Delegatus non potest delegare’ means

2.

According to the Constitution, under Article 18(1), no title shall be conferred by the State except:

3.

Principle: Frustration of contract means happening of an event by which the contract becomes impossible of performance. Such a contract becomes void upon the happening of an impossible event.


Facts: A contracts to take in cargo for B at a foreign port. A's Government afterwards declares war against B's country. Does the contract become void on declaration of war?

4.

Under the Eighth Schedule, how many languages are mentioned?

5.

Principles:


(i) No fault liability means liability of a person even without any negligent act on his part and even if he has taken due care and caution.


(ii) If a person brings and keeps any dangerous thing on his land, then he is liable for any damage caused if the thing escapes.


Facts : A branch of tree growing on A's land overhanging on the highway suddenly fell on B's vehicle passing along the highway. A was careful with pruning the branches as and when it was required. B sued A for damages. Is B liable?

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Principles:


(i) A contract is made by undue influence when one party to the contract is in a position to dominate the other's other will and causes the other party to enter into the contract.


(ii) A contract induced by undue influence is voidable by the party subjected to undue Influence.


Facts: A man weakened by age and disease agrees to pay his medical attendant an unreasonable sum for his services, as a result of his influence over the old man. Can the old man avoid the contract?

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Principle: Any act done in good faith without the consent of another person and for his benefit is not an offence. He must not intend to commit an offence.


Facts: Z is thrown from his horse and is unconscious. A, a surgeon finds that Z needs to be operated upon  immediately. A, not intending to cause Z's death performs the surgery as a result of which Z dies. Is A guilty of any offence?

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Principle: An injury caused by an activity within the statutory authority of an agency cannot give rise to a tort claim.


Facts: The road between Park Circus and Park Street in Kolkata has developed a series of potholes and around half a day's work is required to repair it. The Municipal Corporation of Kolkata blocks off the road and repairs it from 8 am to 6 pm. As a result of the blockage, several people are late for work. Some of them particularly suffer tremendous loss as they are late for an important meeting. They bring a suit for nuisance against the MCK. Will they succeed?

9.

Principle: Even if the sovereign functions of the State are discharged negligently, the State is not vicariously liable in tort.


Facts: A was a trader in gold. He was arrested by police and several articles, including gold were seized by the police and kept in the malkhana. Later he was discharged and his things were returned to him except gold which was stolen from the malkhana .  Is the State liable?

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Ceteris Paribus means :