Talent Hunt Answers 30/12/2018

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1.Recently, Union Health Minister JP Nadda has announced that in what state will be inaugurated in January 2019, India’s largest Cancer Institute? 
a.Haryana
B.Punjab
c.Bihar
d.Karnataka

ANSWERS: a. Haryana 
Details:
 Recently, Union Health Minister JP Nadda has announced that India’s largest cancer institute will be inaugurated in Jhajjar in Haryana in January 2019. This institution will prove to be very important for the treatment of cancer in North India.

2.Which state government announced the establishment of Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee International School for the rural students of the state on the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee?
a.Bihar Government
b.Maharashtra Government
c.Punjab
d.Tamil Nadu Government

ANSWERS: b. Maharashtra Government 
Details:
 Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced the setting up of Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee International School for the rural students of the state on the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee on December 25, 2018.

3.Which country recently launched its first satellite for space-based broadband to compete with Google?
a.China
b.Nepal
c.Russia
d.Japan

ANSWERS: a. China 
Description:
 China recently launched its first satellite for space-based broadband to compete with Google. Its aim is to create a space-based communication network to provide broadband internet connectivity among users across the world, especially those areas.

4.According to a report published recently by the Central Pollution Control Board, how many clean water was detected in 39 out of 39 places after monsoon in 2018?
a.10
b.15
c.20
d.01

ANSWERS: d. 01 
Description: The
 Central Pollution Control Board has stated in its latest study that through the 39 places, the Ganges river passes, only one of these places was clear after the monsoon this year after the monsoon.

5.Which of the following ASEAN Parliament has sanctioned the medical use of marijuana?
a.Thailand
b.Philippines
c.Laos
d.Vietnam

ANSWERS: a. Thailand 
Description:
 Thailand has approved the use of marijuana for medical use and research on December 25. The effect of this approval will be that in addition to medical use and research, the import, export and production of marijuana will also be valid.