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  1. The Third Mandovi Bridge also known as Atal Setu or Atal Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge between the city of Panaji and Porvorim town, in Goa.
  2. Nari Shakti (women empowerment) has been chosen as the Hindi word of the year 2018 by Oxford Dictionaries.
  3. India has replaced Japan as world’s the second largest steel producer.
  4. Indus Dolphin is declared as the Punjab’s state aquatic animal.
  5. Suman Kumari is the first Hindu woman in Pakistan to be a civil judge.
  6. India’s telecommunication satellite, GSAT-31 was successfully launched on February 06, 2019 from Kourou launch base, French Guiana by Ariane-5 VA-247.
  7. Odissi is the dance form based on Gitagovinda of Jayadeva.
  8. Hemu (1501-1556) is known as “Napoleon of Medieval India”
  9. Cassius Marcellus Clay became famous by the name Muhammad Ali.
  10. Rudyard Kipling was the first winner of the prize from the British Isles and was also the first English language writer to win Nobel Prize.
  11. The Constituent Assembly of India met for the first time on 9 December 1946.
  12. India’s Cochin International Airport, in the southern state of Kerala is the first airport in the world to be powered entirely by solar energy.
  13. The Shenduruny Wildlife Sanctuary derived its name from the tree called ‘Shenkuruny or Chenkuruny’.
  14. Scientific name of the lion-tailed monkey is Macaca Silenus.
  15. 1986 Kerala declared tourism as business.
  16. Kesavanpara is a small place in Palakkad district of Kerala state.
  17. The Master as I Saw Him is the life of the Swami Vivekananda written by Sister Nivedita.
  18. The northernmost, longest and the most continuous belt in the Himalayan system, the Himadri belt forms the backbone of the Himalayas.
  19. Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport is an international airport serving Lucknow, the capital Uttar Pradesh.
  20. Cholanaikkans, the only remaining tribal community in Asia that lives in rock-cave shelters in Kerala.

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