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    1. Which bank has launched the ‘Infinite India’ online platform that will offer foreign businesses banking solutions and value-added services?

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    2. What is Department of Posts and India Post Payments Bank’s new digital payment app called?

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    3. Name this CEO.

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    4. Dr Reddy’s Laboratories has replaced which stock in the BSE Sensex?

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    5. Which online/tech giant has publicly launched its collaborative music-video app Collab?

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    6. Name the famous singer who donated $1 milion to help fund the development of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine.

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    7. Which of these companies had not breached the ₹5 trillion market cap (as of December 25, 2020)?

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    8. Which former India cricket skipper is to be a brand ambassador for edtech start-up Classplus?

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    9. Which of these is not a Navratna CPSE (as per January 2020)?

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    10. As per the annual report published by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), India is again expected to become the fifth largest economy by which year?

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For Fortune Oil, a brand celebrating its 20th anniversary, it was a rude shock to become
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