Consider the following statements: 1. International criminal court (ICC) is the only permanent international criminal tribunal. 2. It was created by the 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and began functioning on 1 July 2002 when the Statute came into force. 3. ICC Headquarters at The Hague in Netherlands. 4. India did not sign the Rome Statute and a member of ICC. How many of the above statements are correct?
Which of the following awards, won by Nandini Das this year, was earlier known as the Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize?
Consider the following statements: 1. The janjatiya Gaurav Divas is celebrated every year during 15th November to recognize the efforts of the tribal freedom fighters. 2. November 15 is the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda who is revered as Bhagwan by tribal communities across the country. 3. Birsa Munda led the rebellion that came to be known as Ulgulan or the Munda rebellion against the British government-imposed feudal state system. How many of the above statements are correct?
In which country is the NSO group, which developed spyware Pegasus based?
Consider the following statements: 1. Ministry of Environment, Forest and climate change launched National clean Air programme (NCAP) with an aim to improve air quality in all states/UTs. 2. PRANA is a Portal for monitoring of implementation of National clean Air programme. 3. It will support tracking of physical as well as financial status of city air action plan implementation and disseminate information on air quality management efforts under NCAP to public. How many of the above statements are correct?
Who among the following was recently appointed the Regional Director of WHO’s South-East Asia region?
Which AI system was listed as a co-author for the art work “Suryast”, registered by the Indian Copyright Office?
Which of the following cities has made it to the UNESCO’s list of creative cities for this year?
In what of the following did the British government declare its support for the creation of a “Jewish homeland in Palestine”, in 1917?