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Q1. Where during the excavation, high protein laddus of 4000 years old have been found in the Harappan civilization in recently ?
And: – Rajasthan
[Hints-This research was done by Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences (BSIP), Lucknow (Lucknow) and Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), New Delhi.]
Q2. When will Friendship Day be celebrated every year?
(a) 15 March
(b) 31 March
(c) 06 December
(d) 30 December
Ans: – 06 December
[Hints-Indian Prime Minister Modi and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have decided to celebrate December 6 as ‘Friendship Day’ every year. ]
Q3. Where was the ‘Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme’ started?
Ans: – Rajasthan
[Hints-The Rajasthan government will introduce ‘Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana’ from May 1 to free all the peoples from the more expense of treating the disease. Under this scheme, each family will be able to get treatment up to Rs 5 lakh per year on admission in government and private hospitals affiliated to the scheme.]
Capital of Rajasthan- Jaipur
Chief Minister- Ashok Gehlot.
Q4. When does the world celebrate Earth Hour Day?
(a) 10 March
(b) 15 February
(c) 27 March
(d) 31 March
Answer: – 27 March
[Hints-We celebrate the Earth Hour Day on 27 March every year. And on this day itself, by saving electricity for one hour, we save energy.
This Day was started in first time in 2007 by the Wildlife and Environment Organization World Wide Fund for Nature. Earth Hour Day was celebrated for the first time on 31 March 2007. It was first held in Sydney, Australia. At that time people were asked to turn off the lights for 60 minutes and slowly started to be celebrated all over the world. Their objectives are to save energy and protect the environment.]