A Basic info about the company:

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (Sun Pharma) is an Indian worldwide pharmaceutical corporation headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra that manufactures and retails pharmaceutical preparations and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) primarily in India and the United States. The corporation provides formulations in various therapeutic areas, such as cardiology, psychiatry, neurology, gastroenterology and diabetology. It also provides APIs such as warfarin, carbamazepine, etodolac, and clorazepate, as well as anticancers, steroids, peptides, sex hormones, and controlled substances.

The following Sun Pharma Interview Puzzles will help you enhance your skills and will offer you better confidence while giving the interview.

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Kennedy is a bizarre fabricator. He lies on just 6 days of the week, but on the 7th day, he tells just the truth. Following are the three statements made by him on three consecutive days.

Day 1: "I lie on Monday and Tuesday."

Day 2: "Today, it's Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday."

Day 3: "I lie on Wednesday and Friday."

Can you find out the day on which Kennedy speaks truth only?

Day 1: "I lie on Monday and Tuesday."

Day 2: "Today, it's Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday."

Day 3: "I lie on Wednesday and Friday."

Can you find out the day on which Kennedy speaks truth only?

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A family party was organized. During the dinner, a grandfather, a grandmother, two fathers, two mothers, four children, three grandchildren, one brother, two sisters, two sons, two daughters, one father-in-law, one mother-in-law, and one daughter-in-law sat around the dinner table.

Determine the least number of people sitting at the table.

Determine the least number of people sitting at the table.

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A car thief stole a car but he did not know that the car belonged to Sherlock Holmes. When the fact was known to Holmes, he started investigating the case and as we know how good he is at that, four suspects were arrested soon. All four of them were seen near his car at the time when it was stolen.

He asked his partner Dr. Watson to examine the four suspects as he was busy in some other case. Dr. Watson used a newly invented lie detector while taking statements from the suspects. Each suspect gave three statements which are mentioned below:

Suspect A:

1. "In high school, I was in the same class as suspect C."

2. "Suspect B has no driving license."

3. "The thief didn't know that it was the car of the chief of police."

Suspect B:

1. "Suspect C is the guilty one."

2. "Suspect A is not guilty."

3. "I never sat behind the wheel of a car."

Suspect C:

1. "I never met suspect A until today."

2. "Suspect B is innocent."

3. "Suspect D is the guilty one."

Suspect D:

1. "Suspect C is innocent."

2. "I didn't do it."

3. "Suspect A is the guilty one."

At the end of it, Dr. Watson became confused by so many contradicting statements made by the suspects. The lie detector also malfunctioned and it could just tell that out of all the 12 statements made, only 4 were true. He then told all the details to Sherlock who found the car thief within moments.

Can you find out who the car thief is?

He asked his partner Dr. Watson to examine the four suspects as he was busy in some other case. Dr. Watson used a newly invented lie detector while taking statements from the suspects. Each suspect gave three statements which are mentioned below:

Suspect A:

1. "In high school, I was in the same class as suspect C."

2. "Suspect B has no driving license."

3. "The thief didn't know that it was the car of the chief of police."

Suspect B:

1. "Suspect C is the guilty one."

2. "Suspect A is not guilty."

3. "I never sat behind the wheel of a car."

Suspect C:

1. "I never met suspect A until today."

2. "Suspect B is innocent."

3. "Suspect D is the guilty one."

Suspect D:

1. "Suspect C is innocent."

2. "I didn't do it."

3. "Suspect A is the guilty one."

At the end of it, Dr. Watson became confused by so many contradicting statements made by the suspects. The lie detector also malfunctioned and it could just tell that out of all the 12 statements made, only 4 were true. He then told all the details to Sherlock who found the car thief within moments.

Can you find out who the car thief is?

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A hiker is attempting to climb a sixty feet straight sloped mountain. He climbs three feet every minute but slips back two feet. How much time will he take to reach the top of the mountain considering that his progress is the same as mentioned throughout?

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Briana possess three boxes that vary in sizes. One is large, one is medium and one is small. She places 11 large boxes on her bed. Then, she places 8 medium sized boxes in some and leave some empty. Now she puts 8 small boxes in some of the medium ones and leave the others empty. The small boxes are all empty and now she 102 out of all the boxes on the bed are empty.

How many boxes did Briana used?

How many boxes did Briana used?

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