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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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theysay In January, I spoke about the potential unfolding of a moral catastrophe. Unfortunately, we are now witnessing this play out. In a handful of rich countries, which bought up the majority of the supply, lower-risk groups are now being vaccinated. I understand why some countries want to vaccinate their children and adolescents, but right now I urge them to reconsider and to instead donate vaccines to Covax. Because in low and lower middle-income countries, the Covid-19 vaccine supply has not been enough to even immunise healthcare workers, and hospitals are being inundated with people that need lifesaving care urgently. The fact that so many are still not protected is a sad reflection on the gross distortion in access to vaccines across the globe. WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on why wealthy countries need to donate doses to poorer nations, in a media briefing
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