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51. Which country made the study of Holy Quran compulsory for Undergraduate degree in University recently?

A. Malaysia
B. Saudi Arabia
C. Turkey
D. Pakistan

52. Iran appointed an ambassador to which country for the first time since 2016?

A. Syria
B. Israel
C. Saudi Arabia

53. The first liquid Hydrogen powered boat was launched by?

A. Norwegian Company Norled 
B. Haubold Yachting
C. Dehler Yachts
D. Bruckmann Yachts

54. The theme of International Conscience day 2023 is __________?

A. Together for All
B. Nation Brings the people together
C. Build a culture of Peace 
D. Peace and Stability

55. International Conscience day is celebrated on?

A. 14 May
B. 4 August
C. 5 April 
D. 15 july

56. Which is the world’s first liquid hydrogen powered boat?

A. Mercury
B. MF Hydra 
D. None of These

57. Which country has become the first European country to ban ChatGPT?

A. Spain
B. United Kingdom
C. Italy 
D. Germany

58. Which is the first former US president to face criminal charge?

A. Brack Obama
B. Donald Trump
C. Henry Clinton
D. Richard Nixon

59. Who has taken the Barack Obama as the most followers on twitter?

A. Jeff Bezos
B. Vladamir Putin
C. Xi Jinping
D. Elon Musk

60. Which country to ban English in official communication?

A. Italy
B. Spain
C. Germany
D. Hungary

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