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International current affairs-Sept 19, 2023


  1. What was the magnitude of the earthquake that hit Izu Islands in Japan?
  2. Which organization reported about the earthquake in Izu Islands?
  3. At what latitude and longitude was the earthquake epicentred?
  4. Which country expressed deep concern about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegations against India?
  5. Who was the chief of Khalistan Tiger Force who was allegedly linked with Indian government agents?
  6. According to a new study, what risk does vaping pose to adolescents who have never smoked traditional tobacco?
  7. How do e-cigarettes compare to regular cigarettes in terms of toxins?
  8. How much money did an Indian-origin man try to sue an Australian hospital for?
  9. Why did the Indian-origin man try to sue the Australian hospital?
  10. How did Pakistan respond to the report of its secret arms deal with Ukraine?
  11. What is Pakistan’s stance on the Russia-Ukraine dispute?
  12. Who are the three expert panellists appointed by the UK government for the review of communal unrest in Leicester city?
  13. What was the reason behind the communal unrest in Leicester city?
  14. Which countries is Kiev planning to file a lawsuit against in the World Trade Organisation?
  15. Why did India expel a senior Canadian diplomat?
  16. Which Chinese agency has activated a Level-IV emergency response to flooding?
  17. Which regions in China are affected by the flooding?
  18. How old is the Indian-origin man jailed in Singapore for a COVID-19 breach?
  19. For what reason was Tamilselvam Ramaiya jailed in Singapore?
  20. How many people were injured at the construction site incident in Tokyo?
  21. How many people died in the bus accident in Peru’s Huancavelica region?
  22. At what time did the bus accident in Peru occur?
  23. How did India respond to Canada’s claims about its involvement in Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s killing?


  1. 5.8 magnitude.
  2. US Geological Survey.
  3. 31.01 degrees north latitude and 141.99 degrees east longitude.
  4. The US.
  5. Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
  6. It increases the risk of asthma.
  7. E-cigarettes have fewer toxins but still contain harmful chemicals.
  8. $643 million (over Rs 5,000 crore).
  9. After watching his wife deliver a baby via cesarean-section birth in 2018.
  10. Rejected and termed it as “baseless and fabricated.”
  11. Strict neutrality.
  12. Dr Samir Shah CBE, Professor Hilary Pilkington, Dr Shaaz Mahboob.
  13. An India-Pakistan cricket match in Dubai.
  14. Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia.
  15. Amid deteriorating diplomatic relations.
  16. State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters.
  17. Jiangsu, Anhui, Shandong, Henan, Hubei, Guizhou, Shaanxi, Chongqing, and Sichuan.
  18. 64 years old.
  19. For deliberately coughing at colleagues while infected with Covid-19 and not wearing a mask.
  20. Five people.
  21. 24 people.
  22. Monday around 1:30 a.m. local time (0630 GMT).
  23. Rejected and termed them as “absurd and motivated.”

International current affairs- March 17, 2021

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1-The British government has announced that Britain will increase nuclear warheads to 260 in foreign policy reverse.

2-The overall number of global Covid-19 cases has topped 120.6 million.

3-At least eight people were killed in shootings at three spas in Atlanta area.

4- KDCA- The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency

5- Australia has announced support to Papua New Guinea (PNG) to fight the Coronavirus pandemic.

6-The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has issued notice to the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on foreign funding.

7- The Algerian government has extended the partial lockdown in 16 provinces for two weeks.

8-Rwanda Health Minister Daniel Ngamije said that Rwanda will continue using AstraZeneca vaccines.

9-Sydney aims to plant new trees to cover 40 per cent of its area in green growth by 2050.

10-South Korea’s employment has fallen 473,000 in February from a year earlier.

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11-A joint Australian-Chinese study said that Covid mortality rates have fallen further in wealthier countries.

12-Cuba’s top tourist destination Havana was hit badly due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

13- Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) fire leave 3 Covid patients dead.

14-Italy has been returning to lockdown year after Covid outbreak.

15-Sri Lanka has opened its first automated mask manufacturing plant.

16- The Philippines to temporarily suspend the entry of foreigners as Covid cases spike.

17-Only $110 raised for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s mortgage fundraiser.

18-Myanmar’s government-appointed body representing Buddhist monks has condemned military crackdown in Myanmar.

19-The Pre-Summit for the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit will be held in Rome from July 19 to 21.

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