Correct Answer : Option (A) - 5th December
Correct Answer : Option (A) - 4th December 2021
Correct Answer : Option (D) - 9.4%
Note : Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) decreased India’s growth forecast to 9.4% for FY22 from 9.7% estimated in September 2021. It has projected the Indian economy to grow at 8.1% in FY23, and moderate to 5% in FY24. OECD lowered the global growth forecast for 2021 to 5.6% from 5.7% earlier.
Correct Answer : Option (B) - 7 percent
Note : The Singapore-based DBS Bank’s economic research team has revised India’s FY23 growth forecast upwards to 7 percent year-on-year (y-o-y) (CY2022 6.5 per cent) from 6 percent earlier.
Correct Answer : Option (C) - 9
Correct Answer : Option (C) - Pradip Shah
Correct Answer : Option (A) - December 4th
Correct Answer : Option (D) - Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited
Note : The Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited (IFFCO) has been ranked ‘number one Cooperative’ among the top 300 cooperatives in the world. The ranking is based on the ratio of turnover over the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita. It signifies that IFFCO is contributing significantly to the GDP and economic growth of the nation. The 2021 edition of the 10th Annual World Cooperative Monitor (WCM) report, withholding its position from the 2020 edition.
Correct Answer : Option (B) - December 4th
Note : In India, December 4th is observed as the National Navy Day every year, to celebrate the achievements and role of the naval force to the country.
The theme of Indian Navy Day 2021 is ‘Swarnim Vijay Varsh’ signifying 50 years of India’s victory in the Indo-Pakistan war that took place in 1971.
Correct Answer : Option (B) - Pakistan and Bangladesh
Note : India and Bangladesh have decided to celebrate Maitiri Diwas on December 6, the day on which India formally recognized Bangladesh, as “Maitri Diwas” (Friendship Day). During the visit of PM Narendra Modi to Bangladesh in March 2021 to attend the national day of Bangladesh, it was decided to commemorate 6 December as Maitri Diwas (Friendship Day). Ten days before the liberation of Bangladesh, India had recognised Bangladesh on 6 December 1971. India was one of the first countries to establish bilateral diplomatic ties with Bangladesh.