22 October 2022 Daily Current Affairs PDF in Hindi
In this post, a collection of important objective type questions of 22 October 2022 Daily Current Affairs has been made available. Which all competitive exams like – Union Public Service Commission, SSCVery useful and important for Bank, Railway, RPSC, Delhi Police, Rajasthan Police SI, Constable, Patwari, Gramsewak and all other competitive exams. Daily current gk update covers all the important topics which are important from current affairs point of view for banking or other competitive exams. 22 October 2022 Daily Current Affairs in Hindi PDF
22 October 2022 Daily Current Affairs PDF
Question 1. In October 2022, India successfully test-fired Agni prime new generation ballistic missile from the coast of which state?
c) Tamil Nadu
Question 2. In which city will the first conference on sky element be held in November 2022?
a) New Delhi
Question 3. Recently Lease Truss resigned from the post of Prime Minister of which country?
Question 4. Who was named as the most generous person of India according to Hurun report?
a) Ratan Tata
b) Mukesh Ambani
c) Shiv Nadar
d) Azim Premji
Question 5. Which ministry is organizing Kashi Tamil Sangam?
a) Ministry of Education
b) Ministry of Women and Child Development Welfare
c) Ministry of Agriculture
d) Ministry of Culture
Question 6. When is the National Police Commemoration Day organized?
a) 22 October
b) October 21
c) 23 October
d) October 20
Question 7. Which of the following institute won the 2021 and 2022 National Intellectual Property Awards?
a) IIT Delhi
b) IIT Roorkee
c) IIT Madras
d) IIT Kanpur
Question 8. Recently, the foundation stone of water supply scheme in Kupwara was laid by the Union Minister of State for Law and Justice, SP Singh Baghel, in which state it is located?
b) Jammu and Kashmir
c) Himachal Pradesh
Question 9. Which state’s cabinet increased the reservation for SC, ST community in October 2022?
c) Andhra Pradesh
Question 10. Which state government has extended the Empowered Forces (Special Powers) Act to 8 districts?