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    1. Soma Mandal is the chairperson of which CPSE?

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    2. Which term was coined by Professors Alexander Haslam and Michelle K. Ryan of University of Exeter?

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    3. Identify and of which Fortune 100 company is she the CEO?

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    4.Washwell, Thrill, Rhythm are brands of soaps from which State’s State-owned manufacturing unit?

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    5. Recently, who along with Anand Mahindra, chose TecHalli as a new moniker for Bengaluru via a Twitter contest?

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    6. G7 nations recently agreed to set minimum global corporate tax rate at what percentage?

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    7. In March, Elon Musk was given a new designation at Tesla. What?

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    8. Where is the HQ of World Trade Organization?

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    9. Early this year, Hyderabad-based manufacturer Medha Servo Drives was awarded a Rs. 2211 crore tender to do what?

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    10. Which of these auto companies is not part the BSE Sensex?

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Cat owners love to take pictures of their furry friends. Now, this could be of dual purpose. A Calgary, Alberta, animal health technology company, Sylvester.ai, has developed an app called Tably that uses the phone's camera to tell whether your cat is happy or in pain. The app, using machine learning code, looks at ear and head position, eye-narrowing, muzzle tension, and how whiskers change, to detect distress. Scientific research also corroborates the so-called 'feline grimace scale,' or FGS, as a valid and reliable tool for acute pain assessment in cats. "It helps human cat owners know if their cat is in pain or not," said Miche Priest, Sylvester.ai's venture lead. Source: Reuters