Daily Current Affairs Quiz based on 5th July 2021 Questions Answers

Publish Date: 05 Jul, 2021 |

Daily Current Affairs Quiz based on 5th July 2021:

This article will walk you through the Current Affairs facts as of 5th July 2021. Presented here is your daily dose of Current Events and GK.

1. Who has been appointed as the new Vice Chief of the Indian Air Force?

Air Marshal Vivek Ram Choudhary took over as the new Vice Chief (Vice Chief) of the Indian Air Force on 01 July 2021. He replaced Air Marshal Harjit Singh Arora. Earlier, he was given the Guard of Honor at the Air Force Headquarters. Till now Air Marshal Chaudhary was serving as the Commander-in-Chief of the Western Air Command (WAC) of the Air Force. This command has the responsibility of protecting the country's airspace in the sensitive Ladakh region as well as other parts of North India.

2. Which country's cricket team has overtaken India to become the first team in the world to lose the most ODI matches (428)?

The Sri Lankan team has become the team that lost the most matches in One Day International cricket. Sri Lanka has left behind its neighboring country India in this matter. Before this series, the Indian team was on top in terms of losing the most ODI matches, but after losing two consecutive matches, the Sri Lankan team has come on top. Sri Lanka lost the 428th match against England and thus Sri Lanka became the country to lose the most matches in ODI cricket.

3. Who has been appointed as the new Managing Director of National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited? 

Retired officer Satish Agnihotri has been appointed as the new MD of National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL). Satish Agnihotri has been entrusted with this responsibility for three years. Agnihotri is a 1982 batch IRSE and he retired in 2018 as the head of Rail Vikas Nigam Limited. The project of this high-speed train running between Ahmedabad and Mumbai has been delayed by a few years due to various problems. In this project, a 21-km line is to be laid underground, including a 7-km-long tunnel under the sea near Mumbai.


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