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Daily Current Affairs-August 25

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  1. Who became the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Greece in 40 years?
  2. Is this Narendra Modi’s first visit to Greece?
  3. Which Governor initiated a dialogue with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) regarding the use of high-end technology for state-run universities?
  4. Which European country recently pledged to provide Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets?
  5. Who has joined Adelaide Strikers as an Assistant Coach for BBL 13?
  6. How many Ukrainian drones did the Russian Defence Ministry claim to have destroyed over Crimea?
  7. How has Japan’s release of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant been described?
  8. Which AI model repository received a $235 million investment from tech giants like Google, Amazon, and Nvidia?
  9. Who won the men’s long jump title at the World Athletics Championships?
  10. What new incentive has X (formerly Twitter) introduced for advertisers?
  11. When will the draw for the FIFA Club World Cup Saudi Arabia 2023 take place?
  12. How many children have been displaced due to the conflict in Sudan?
  13. Who commented on Indian-American Vice President Kamala Harris’ accent?
  14. Which company is the US Department of Justice suing for discrimination against asylees and refugees?
  15. Which audio technology brand is Sony Interactive Entertainment planning to acquire?
  16. Which Indian satellite recently landed on the Moon’s south pole?
  17. After how many years did Donald Trump return to X (formerly Twitter)?
  18. Why was Donald Trump banned from various social media platforms in January 2021?
  19. Where did Former US President Donald Trump surrender in relation to an alleged racketeering case?
  20. In which month will the US start training Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighter jets at US Air Force bases in two southern states?


  1. Narendra Modi.
  2. Yes.
  3. West Bengal Governor C.V. Ananda Bose.
  4. Norway.
  5. Former Australian captain and wicketkeeper Tim Paine.
  6. 42
  7. Carried out stably and as planned, with no abnormalities detected so far.
  8. Hugging Face.
  9. Olympic champion Miltiadis Tentoglou.
  10. A new $250 ad credit.
  11. On September 7.
  12. More than 2 million children.
  13. Former US President Donald Trump.
  14. SpaceX.
  15. Audeze.
  16. Chandrayaan 3.
  17. More than two years.
  18. After the US Capitol riots.
  19. At a county jail in Georgia.
  20. September.

Daily Current Affairs- August 16, 2023

  1. On Independence Day, Director General (Prisons) Sanjay Baniwal announced the remission of 1,387 convicts.
  2. Zimbabwe will tour England for bilateral cricket in 2025, the first time since 2003.
  3. Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann aims to honor the dreams of freedom fighters by making Punjab a leading state and is deeply committed to this cause.
  4. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan stated that 10 steps by his government enhanced the state’s living conditions.
  5. After nine years, IAS officers from West Bengal were honored by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with their IPS colleagues on Independence Day.
  6. The wildfire death toll on Maui Island in Hawaii has reached 99.
  7. Margot Robbie is expected to earn over $50 million from the film ‘Barbie’ directed by Greta Gerwig.
  8. Amitabh Bachchan was emotional after watching ‘Ghoomer’, featuring his son Abhishek Bachchan and Saiyami Kher.
  9. Dell’s Australian division received a AUD10 million fine for selling monitors at misleading discounts.
  10. Yogesh Patil, diagnosed with Autosomal Disorder, completed the Ironman triathlon in Germany.
  11. Typhoon Lan hit western Japan, causing disruptions due to strong winds and rain during the summer holidays.
  12. Ashleigh Gardner and Chris Woakes were declared ICC Players of the Month for July 2023.
  13. Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh attributed the state’s violence to misunderstandings, malicious actions, and foreign conspiracies.
  14. Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah warned against those disrespecting freedom fighters, labeling them as British agents.
  15. Amit Malviya termed the CAG’s audit report on Bharatmala Pariyojana’s Phase-I, especially about Dwarka Expressway costs, as “misleading”.

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