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In which sport did Nethra Kumanan represent India at the 2020 Olympics, the first Indian woman to do so?

  ans  - B) Sailing


Who runs a social media platform aimed at empowering women?
The answer is- C) Nita Ambani

What is planned to be given out through ATMs in various Indian states under Centre’s pilot project “Annapurti” scheme?
The answer is- A) Rice

Which insect does this vehicle share its name with?
The answer is- B) Beetle

Which country discovered water in the atmosphere of this natural satellite through the device CHACE?
The answer is- A) India


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