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April 19 is observed as;

A. National Civil Services Day
B. World Liver Day
C. International Earth Day
D. World Day for Safety and Health at Work

Answer: Option B


The World Liver Day (WLD) is observed every year on April 19 to build awareness and understanding importance of liver in human body and how liver ailments are treated. As per World Health Organisation (WHO), liver diseases are 10th most common cause of death in India. The liver, which measures about 1,00 grams in weight and 15 cm in length, is the second largest organ and is key player in our body's digestive system.


When did International Day for Monuments and Sites observed?

A. 15 April
B. 16 April
C. 17 April
D. 18 April

Answer: Option D


In 1982, ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) established 18 April as the International Day for Monuments and Sites. UNESCO approved it the following year during its 22nd General Conference. The theme for International Day for Monuments and Sites 2019 is 'Rural Landscapes'.


World Haemophilia Day observed on April 17. The theme of 2019 WHD is;

A. Sharing knowledge makes us stronger
B. Outreach and Identification
C. Reaching Out: The First Step to Care
D. Risa an awarness on Haemophilia

Answer: Option B


World Haemophilia Day was sta-rted in 1989 by the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) which chose to bring the community together on April 17 in honour of WFH founder Frank Schnabel's birthday. April 17, 2019, marks the 30th World Hemophilia Day World Hemophilia Day theme for the year 2019 is 'Outreach and Identification'. It will be observed with the slogan - 'Reaching Out: The First Step to Care'.


Himachal Pradesh celebrated 72nd Himachal Day on which date?

A. 15th April
B. 14th April
C. 17th April
D. 16th April

Answer: Option A


Himachal Pradesh celebrated 72nd Himachal Day on 15th April. Himachal Day is celebrated to commemorate its creation. The genesis of the Himachal Day Before independence, most of the areas of Himachal Pradesh was part of Punjab state and during that time this region was divided into four different regions such as Chamba, Mandi, Shimla, etc. After the independence, in 1948 the state was declared as a union territory. On the 15th April Chief Commission inaugurated this territory and after that this day was celebrated as 'Himachal Day' every year. Later in the 1970 the union territory was declared as a separate state.


Indian Army observed Rajouri Day on __________.

A. 11th April
B. 12th April
C. 13th April
D. 14th April

Answer: Option C


Rajouri Day was observed on 13th April by Indian Army to pay homage to the martyrs who laid down their lives for the liberation of Rajouri district, Jammu and Kashmir. More than 20,000 men, women, and children were massacred till April 13, 1948. he Year 2019 is being celebrated as the 'Year of Next of Kin' to help families of martyrs.