Who has become the 1st female secretary general of the Army of United States?

A. Michelle Letcher
B. Tammy Smith
C. Christine Wormuth
D. Kathleen Hicks

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Christine Elizabeth Wormuth is an American defense official and career civil servant who serves as the 25th and current United States Secretary of the Army, the first woman to serve in this position. Wormuth previously served as the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from 2014 to 2016.

Who has made a world record and become the fastest in women category to Scale Mount Everest?

A. Phunjo Jhangmu
B. Tsang Yin-hung
C. Kami Rita
D. Bachedri Pal

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Correct Answer: B. Tsang Yin-hung

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Tsang Yin-hung has created a new world record by climbing the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest in just 25 hours and 50 minutes, becoming the fastest woman to scale the peak. The 45-year-old beat the earlier record of 39 hours and 6 minutes, which was set by a Nepali woman climber, Phunjo Jhangmu Lama.

On May 29, 2021, which country successfully launched an automated cargo resupply spacecraft?

A. India
B. USA
C. Russia
D. China

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Correct Answer: D. China

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China on May 29, 2021, The Tianzhou-2, or `Heavenly Vessel` in Chinese, blasted off via a Long March-7 Y3 rocket from the Wenchang Space Launch Centre on the southern island of Hainan, the China Manned Space Engineering Office said. Tianzhou-2 is the second of 11 missions needed to complete China`s first self-developed space station around 2022 and follows the launch of the key module Tianhe in late April successfully launched an automated cargo resupply spacecraft to rendezvous with an orbiting module, in the second of a series of missions needed to complete its first permanent space station.

Who becoming the first blind man in Asia and the third in the world to climb Mount Everest?

A. Sheroz Alam
B. Zhang Hong
C. Cathy Zhang
D. MacKenzie Scott

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Correct Answer: B. Zhang Hong

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The 46-year old Chinese Zhang Hong has scaled the tallest peak in the world from the Nepal side, becoming the first blind man in Asia and the third in the world to climb Mount Everest.

Which country hosted the Paris Summit, which agreed on a plan to help Africa to tackle Covid pandemic?

A. UK
B. Australia
C. France
D. Russia

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Correct Answer: C. France

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French President Emmanuel Macron hosted the Paris summit for African, European, and financial leaders. They agreed on a plan to help Africa overcome the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic, called the ‘New Deal for Africa and by Africa’. French president calls for waiving of COVID vaccine patents so that Africa could begin to produce its own vaccines. The leaders have also urged WHO, WTP, and Medicines Patent Pool to remove all constraints in terms of intellectual property.

As of May 2021, how many countries are members of the Open Skies Treaty?

A. 4
B. 14
C. 24
D. 34

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Correct Answer: D. 34

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Under the terms of the Open Skies Treaty, 34 members can conduct unarmed observation flights over each other’s territories to collect data. Russia’s parliament has recently voted to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, which was signed in 1992 and came into force in 2002. Last year, US former President Trump’s administration said the U.S. would leave the accord.

“SpaceShipTwo” which was in the news, belongs to which company?

A. ISRO
B. NASA
C. SpaceX
D. Virgin Galactic

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Correct Answer: D. Virgin Galactic

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The American spaceflight company Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo vehicle has successfully made its first flight to space, thereby completing the first in a series of four suborbital flights planned by the company.
The company is a subpart of the Virgin group, which is developing commercial spacecraft to provide suborbital space flights for space tourists.

Bashar Al-Assad, who was seen in the news recently, is the President of which country?

A. Iraq
B. Syria
C. South Africa
D. Republic of Congo

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Correct Answer: B. Syria

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Syrian President Bashar Assad was re-elected in a landslide victory, to lead the country in a fourth seven-year term in the war-torn country. Syria has been witnessing 10-year-old conflict and the areas controlled by Kurdish-led troops did not hold the vote. As per the officials, 18 million were eligible to vote for the elections. Several countries have questioned the legitimacy of the election.