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Through the Amazon app, you can win 20,000 rupees in pay balance.

Amazon App quiz April 5, 2021: Here we are telling you five questions of today’s Amzon App Quiz as well as their answers, so that you can win a lot of prizes ….

Amazon App Quiz April 5, 2021: A new edition of Daily App Quiz has started on the e-commerce platform Amazon. Online shopping platform Amazon is offering an opportunity to win 5,000 rupees on Amazon Pay Balance in its quiz today. This quiz is available on Amazon’s mobile app. For information, let us know that this daily quiz starts at 8 am every day and continues till 12 pm.

The quiz is based on GK: The quiz consists of five questions of general knowledge (GK) and current affairs. To win such a lot of prizes, you have to answer all the questions asked in the quiz correctly. Four questions are given in every question asked during the quiz. The name of the winner of today’s quiz will be announced on 6 April. He will be selected through a lucky draw.

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Here we are telling you five questions of today’s quiz as well as their answers. So go play and win 5,000 rupees on Amazon Pay balance.Question 1: Which observer-member of the Arctic Council has recently released a draft Arctic policy?
Answer 1: India

Question 2: Which country ambassador was Diplomat Luca Attanasio, who recently got killed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
Answer 2: Italy.

Question 3: All the matches in the T20 international series between India and England in 2021 would be played in which city?
Answer 3: Ahmedabad

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Question 4: In which fictional universe do you use this place as a magical portal?Answer 4: Harry Potter.

Question 5: What phenomenon causes this beautiful spectacle usually seen on the poles of the Earth?
Answer 5: Solar wind.


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