1.When is the World Tourism Day observed globally every year?
a) 25th September
b) 26th September
c) 27th September
d) 28th September

ANSWER:- (c) 27th September
Detail:-The World Tourism Day is observed on 27th September every year with an aim to spread awareness about the tourism and the role it plays to promote socio-economic, cultural, and political values. The Theme of 2019 World Tourism Day was “Tourism and jobs: A better future for all”.

2.Which High Court recently launched mobile app for providing digital access to lawyers?
a) Madras High Court
b) Delhi High Court
c) Rajasthan High Court
d) Bombay High Court

ANSWER:- (b) Delhi High Court
Detail:-Delhi High Court recently launched a mobile app to provide digital access to lawyers and litigants. The app provides details about case status, cause list, display board and other important documents of the high court.

3.Which country is going to give online tourist visa for the first time?
a) Qatar
b) Jordan
c) Saudi Arabia
d) South Africa

ANSWER: (c) Saudi Arabia
Detail:-The government of Saudi Arabia has decided to offer tourist visas for the first time. Tourism Visa is one of the main aims of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Vision 2030 reform programme. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants to prepare the biggest Arab economy post-oil era.

4.Who is the author of the book ‘Reset: Regaining India’s Economic Legacy’, which was launched recently?
a) Manmohan Singh
b) Varun Gandhi
c) Yashwant Singh
d) Subramanian Swamy

ANSWER: (d) Subramanian Swamy
Detail:-The book ‘Reset: Regaining India’s Economic Legacy’ written by Subramanian Swamy was released by former President Pranab Mukherjee. In this book, detailed information has been given about the economic development of India happened in the last few years.

  1. Which anniversary did Google celebrate on September 27, 2019?
    a) 21st
    b) 22nd
    c) 23rd
    d) 25th

Answer:- (a) 21st
Detail:-Google has created a Doodle to celebrate its 21st anniversary. Google is biggest search engine in the world. Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998.