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Q.309 Using these four companies CNBC business pundit Jim Cramer coined a particular term. What is it?
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Q.308 Who was offered the post of President of Israel in 1952, but he refused the offer with a thanks.
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Q.307 Rabindranath Tagore is the only person to have written National Anthem for two nations namely India and Bangladesh. Besides that he has inspired National Anthem of another nation. And some believe that it was written and set to tune by him. He did this in 1938 on a request made by his student in Shantiniketan named Ananda Samarkun. He then translated it to his mother tongue.

Name the country.
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Q.306 This particular structure is most commonly found in churches and they have a specific name. And one particular athletic event originated in Ireland is named after it. Which is this sports event.
Clue: Pan Singh
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Q.305 Connect these personalities.
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Q.304 He was called "Joe" in his College and was nominated 11 times for Nobel Prize but finally could not win it. Identufy the person.
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Q.303 In China "Singles Day" is celebrated on 11th November when young people who are single party with each other and this festival has now become one of the largest online shopping day promoted by for Alibaba, the ecomm giant.
What is the significance of the date of 11th November on which the "Singles Day" is celebrated?
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Q.302 Dalmation dogs have roots to historical region of "Dalmatia". Which country is it in now?
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Q.301 In which game to use encounter these letters continuously?
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Q.300 According to Ramayana, Hanuman assumed five faced form called "Panchmukhi Anjneya"
The five faces are Hanuman himself, Garuda, Narasimha, Hayagriv and Varaha. Narasimha is Lion headed, is boar, Garuda is a bird and Hanuman is in monkey form, then which form is assumed by Hayagriva?
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Q.299 What does the five rings of five different colours against white Olympic flag signify?
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Q.298 when asked whst does she wear in bed, Marilyn answered "Why ______ __ __ of course"
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Q.297 Flag of which country depicts the Five Holy Wounds (the five piercing wounds) Jesus suffered during the Crucifixion.
Two were on his hands or wrists, two on his feet and the last one on his chest
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Q.296 This is a kind of drink that was introduced to England from India in 17th century. It generally consisted of "Five" ingredients namely lemon, alcohol, sugar, spices and tea. Today the non-alcoholic version uses various kinds of fruit juices. The name of the drink is based on the number of original ingredients used. Name it.
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Q.295 Which expression of greetings is common in India using the following body parts: Toes, knees, hands, chin and nose?
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Q.294 What does OYO stand for?
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Q.293 Why some part of the KFC banner is blurred in Google Street View?
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Q.292 What is this called?
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Q.291 Whose address is this?
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Q.290 This is supposed to be the only useful orchid and is the source of second most expensive spice after Saffron. Identify it.
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Q.289 Which fruit adorns the top of the Men's Wimbledon singles trophy?
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Q.288 Most of the Circus Rings are kept at a minimum of 42 feet (13m) as devised by Philip Astley in the late 18th century. What is the reason for doing so?
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Q.287 Which product is connected to this kind of goats?
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Q.286 Whose biopic is "The man who knew Infinity"? And which actor played the role of the protagonist?
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Q.285 This is a graphical representation of a particular ritual dance and is performed in a certain sports dominated by countries from southern hemisphere.

Name the dance and the sports
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Q.284 The "Made in India" superhero in 90s was Shaktimaan. He had an alter ego working as a photographer of a newspaper. Name him. Bonus question, name the newspaper?
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Q.283 After the 2015 Ashes series "Pup" Michael Clarke retired from International cricket. With him another player named Chris Rogers retired. He played his first test at the age of 30 and was dropped. He was recalled at the age of 35 and he scored more than 2000 runs with 5 centuries in 25 tests.

He was short sighted and had another condition of eye. What was that?
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Q.282 Former Cabinet Secretary Alok Rawat has been appointed as a member of the National Commission for Women. Why is this an unprecedented event?
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Q.281 Which just elected President of a country sports this Haida raven tatoo?
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Q.280 In 1990-91 Haryana defeated Bombay to win the Ranji Trophy and one person was overly joyous sitting in Rohtak Haryana. This gentleman played cricket for more than 25 years and tried his best to get Haryana the Ranji Trophy but could not. Interesting in his attempt to do so he claimed maximum number of wickets in Ranji Trophy, a total of 640, with second being Venkat Raghavan with 523.

Name this great bowler who could never play a test match for India and also figures in Sunny Gavaskar's "The great Idols".
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Q.279 Ashok Sridharan recently won the mayoral election of which German city?

A. Bonn B. Berlin C. Munich D. Hamburg
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Q.278 Why most of the suicides committed by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco are from the side facing the and not the side facing the Pacific?
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Q.277 Which city is named after Mahishasura? which animal form could he take? What was his sister's name?
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Q.276 It is the 6th largest pyramid of the world. It is in a US city named after old capital of Egypt. Name the city.
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Q.275 Who appeared in the flag on Arjuna's chariot in the war of Mahabharata?
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Q.274 This is a representation of a field game which has few things in common like it has 2 innings, runner, players are declared out, a team can defeat another team by an innings etc.

Name the sports.
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Q.273 Lucia is a Kannada movie. It is first of its kind in Kannada movie industry. Who is the producer of this film?
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Q.272 Ada Lovelace, born 200 years ago, was daughter of the poet Lord Byron. She is considered to be the first computer programmer of the world. There is a computer language named ADA named after her. While working with Charles Babbage, "Father of Computers", she devised the first algorithm of the world.

Which problem was she trying to solve while doing it?
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Q.271 This is on of the oldest running tournaments of the world that started in 1895. It is played in Kolkata and did not stop even during the World Wars.

Name the cup or the sports
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Q.270 Where will you find this Shiva statue
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Q.269 This is the first Made in India Sports car. What is the name of this model?
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Q.268 What is missing from this list? And what is the funda on this?
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Q.267 Music composer, singer Ravindra Jain passed away today. He was born blind. He called one of the singers he worked with as "Voice of India" and also wished to see his face if he gets back his sight anyday.

Which singer?
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Q.266 Vinoba Bhave, the Gandhian who started Bhoodan andolan said this script is the Queen of all scripts. Which Indian script was he talking about?
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Q.265 His name is Yudhvir Malik. Why was he in news recently?
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Q.264 He is one of the Digital India's ambassadors. Name him.
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Q.263 He is Narendra Modi's guru, who passed away recently. What is his name?
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Q.262 Identify the railway station and how is it connected to the map given?
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Q.261 Salma Hayek, Matt LeBlanc and an Indian cricketer have joined an anti poaching campaign to save wild animals in Africa.

Name this cricketer.

Clue:He has a hatrick in IPL
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Q.260 Nox is the Roman goddess of Night. How is this name connected to VW cars.
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Q.259 This is called "City of Tents". what is the actual name?
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Q.258 Identify this sportsperson. He did something that was matched by Leander Paes after 46 years.
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Q.257 What is Indian PM Modi writing on the Facebook Wall? In which script did he write it?
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Q.256 His doctors call him a medical miracle. At 105 years, Hidekichi Miyazaki is the world's oldest competitive sprinter, breaking his own 100m record.

His time of 42.22 seconds earned him a place in Guinness World Records but he is disappointed as he ran it in 36 seconds during training.

What is his nickname? His pose is a clue
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Q.255 Which city's mayor's seal has the motto "Corruptus in Extremis" meaning extremely corrupt.
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Q.254 These are the only two persons who have received both the highest civilian awards of India (Bharat Ratna) and Pakistan (Nishaan-e-Pakistan).

Identify the persons. One is a renowned Indian leader and the second one is a renowned leader neither from India or Pakistan.
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Q.253 Where will you find an ATM with instruction in Latin language?
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Q.252 Which of the "Big Bang Theory" actors is actually a Neuroscientist?
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Q.251 One particular thing has been banned during Hajj this year. Actually the ban is 3 years old but has been strictly followed this year.

Name this particular banned thing.
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Q.250 This campaign logo is for which politician.
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Q.249 Tomas Estrada Palma was an US citizen but was the first president of his country of birth. His statue in the capital city was pulled down and now the monument has only shoes.

Name the country.
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Q.248 This animal is called "Markhor" and many countries have issued stamps depicting it. Which country's national animal is Merkhor?
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Q.247 This city named Rakka is situated in Syria. Why is it in news?
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Q.246 This is image of Infant Jesus. The Spanish equivalent for the same is a major geo-climatic phenomenon that affects India in a significant manner. What is it?
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Q.245 Who is this cricketer and what is he doing and what is the context?
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Q.244 The Gurumukhi script and the modern Kashmiri script have derived from this old script from Kashmir. This script originated in 9th century CE.

This script is named after a Hindu goddess. Which one?
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Q.243 Today is the 100th birth anniversary of M S Subbulakshmi. There is a particular shade of colour of Kancheepuram sarees which is famously named after her.
What is that colour?
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Q.242 He is one of the two Indians to have received both Bharat Ratna and Knighthood. One is Sir C V Raman, identify this great person.
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Q.241 You can guess the person. But the question is to name the particular headgear that she is wearing.
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Q.240 Recently what has been named after them (Mahatma Gandhi - Nelson Mandela)?
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Q.239 What is Alistair Cook, the England test cricket captain, holding in his hand?
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Q.238 This building shaped like a nose of a missile is located in London and has a nickname. Its a vegetable. Name it.
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Q.237 The Saif Ali Khan and Katrina starer "Phantom" has been banned by Pakistan court due to a plea filed against the movie.

Who has filed the plea?
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Q.236 This is a statue of Alexander the Great erected in the city of Skopje, who came till Jhelum river and went back. From the same city many centuries later a lady came to India and reached further east, Kolkata and remained here till her death.
Who is she?
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Q.235 Who was the only woman Union finance Minister of India
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Q.234 this group of companies are called by a specific term. What is that term?
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Q.233 You always see this kind of artwork in your coffee cup in any cafe.

What are they called?
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Q.232 This is a partial menu from a restaurant called Heart Attack Grill. They have these "bypass burgers" and have the world record of having burgers with maximum calorific value.

In which city would you find such sinful offerings?
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Q.231 This story is not found in any Hindu scripture but from popular culture the story goes like -

Ganesha had two sons named Shubh & Labh from his wives Sidhi and Ridhi. On Rakshabandhan day Lord Ganesha's sister Manasa came to tie Rakhi. Seeing this Shubh and Labh asked something from their father and what resulted from it?
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Q.230 What are these flags for?
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Q.229 Name this superhero character from Pakistan. In fact she's the first female Pakistani superhero she fights corrupt politicians to promote girl's education. She uses a special martial art called "Takht Kabaddi", that also uses books and pens, to fight against the evil.
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Q.228 Who is the author of the recently published book "Mrs Funnybones"? She was a Bollywood actor. Wife of a Bollywood hero and her parents were also Bollywood stars.
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Q.227 Tirupati Trust has opened a demat account on God Balaji's name. What is the reason for it?
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Q.226 This particular communication line started on 30th Aug 1963 with the first message "The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog's back 1234567890" and is popularly represented by this "Red Phone" though there was no voice used.
The test message is generally excerpts from Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Anton Chekov, Encyclopaedia and first aid manual.

What is this communication line called?
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Q.225 These fruits are always blue in colour. It is used in many medicines but is popularly used for a very different religious purpose. What is that?
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Q.224 Only two airports in India are named after women, one is New Delhi Indira Gandhi, Name the second one. The image given is a clue.
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Q.223 Name this European country which recently got its own country code for phones. It was using Monaco and Slovenia's code for its mobile phones.
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Q.222 These three animals were the first passenger on a particular journey. which one could it be?
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Q.221 MiG 21 in Indian Airforce has met with many crashes in last so many years causing many human loss.
It is nicknamed "Flying _______ "
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Q.220 Who has not indulged in popping the bubble wrap at least once in his lifetime.
Bubble wrap is popularly used for packaging. But what was its original intended use, which eventually failed to take off.
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Q.219 She once taught English in Portugal. According to Forbes magazine she is the only billionaire in her profession. Actually it later said she is no more a billionaire.

Who is she? And why she was no more a billionaire?
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Q.218 After Scotland which country makes most number of bagpipes?
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Q.217 Financial Technologies has changed its name to "63 Moons". What is the funda behind it?
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Q.216 Identify the logo.
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Q.215 Identify the personality. He was a film maker. Also why was he rejected for military service in WWI
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Q.214 What is so special about this Indian postage stamp?
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Q.213 We find the existence of golden ratio in nature, art, architecture, logos. By which greek letter is it represented
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Q.212 Maharashtra government by a GR (government Resolution) has declared Dahi Handi a particular type of sports. Name the type of the sports.
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Q.211 For which product did Gabbar Singh (Amzad Khan) did this ad?

Also in Sholay who was supposed to play Gabbar's role before Amzad finally took the role?
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Q.210 this is a scene from a film which has a world record of using 300,000 extras for a scene.

Which movie and what is the scene?
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Q.209 This is the famous Snake Boat race held every August Punnamada Lake near Alappuzha, Kerala. What is the name of the trophy given for this particular race?
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Q.208 This painting is called "Eight Elvises". Who is the painter?
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Q.207 What is this? And in which city would you find it?
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Q.206 This is the logo of Lets Move. what is it all about?
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Q.205 The A-bomb dropped on Nagasaki on 9th August was named Fat Man. It blasted above a sports arena. Which sports?
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Q.204 What is the name of this character and to which brand is he associated with? Its a fast food company.This character has been brought back in their commercials after 13 years.
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Q.203 Recently one of these sports has been officially recognized as Olympics sports. Which one?
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Q.202 Identify the personalities by their mustaches.
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Q.201 Recently scientists have discovered a 48-million-year-old fossil of a reptile which is believed to be ancestors of "Jesus lizard", in the US State of Wyoming.

Why are these reptiles called "Jesus Lizard"?
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Q.200 What is common between these two brands? Also what is the difference on the same context?
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Q.199 What is the connect between the movie and the business deal between these two company?
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Q.198 Yesterday was Md. Rafi's death anniversary. so a question on him. In his 1979 tour to US in chicago he requested a meeting with a great sports personality. at the end of the meeting they posed for a photograph and here it is.
Name the sports personality.
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Q.197 Ska Vengers a music group from Delhi have released this song "Frank Brazil" as a tribute to Udham Singh who killed Michael O'Dwyer as he was the Lt Governor of Punjab at the time of Jalianwala Bagh massacre. Frank Brazil was one the assumed names Udham Singh took to flee from India to reach England. He was hanged exactly 75 years back to kill 75 year old Michael O'Dwyer.
In Uttarakhand there is a district named after him. Which one?
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Q.196 Major General Prithviraj was project co-ordinator of a very secret covert operation in 1998.
Popularly he is known by some other name. Who is he?
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Q.195 This tall building in London has a nickname. What is it?
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Q.194 Kakatiya dynasty ruled a major part of South India till 14th century with warangal (Telengana) as capital. Malik Kafur, Army General of Allaudin Khilji defeated the Kakatiyas but kept the king who had to pay tribute to the Delhi Sultanate.
This was the time something was taken from the Kakatiya king and was finally found a place in London. What is that?

**Given here is the 1000 pillars temple built by the Kakatiyas**
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Q.193 Major General Prithviraj was project co-ordinator of a very secret covert operation in 1998.

Popularly he is known by some other name. Who is he?
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Q.192 This media house is named HTML and was the first in Asia to publish a newspaper with a compact form called "Berliner" as followed by newspapers like "Le Monde".

Which newspaper is it? And also name the media house.
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Q.191 These are lines form a poem by Makhanlal Chaturvedi. Name of the poem is "Pusp ki Abhilasha" (Desire of a flower)

This is inscribed at a particular structure. Name it.
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Q.190 All the 21 days during Tour de France, the winner of each day is presented with a stuffed toy animal on the podium. Name the animal. Also why that particular animal?
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Q.189 Who is the author of the book "India's Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth"?
He served Indian Ministry of Foreign Trade in 60s as an advisor. Who is the author of the book "India's Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth"? He also served Indian Ministry of Foreign Trade in 60s as an advisor reporting to L N Mishra.
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Q.188 He was born on 23rd July 1906 and was sent to Varanasi to study Sanskrit. At age of 15 he joined Non-cooperation movement started by Gandhi and was arrested. When asked his father's name he answered "Swatantrata" meaning Freedom and his residence as "Jail".

In 1925 he was involved in an incident at place which lends its name to a kind of kebab.

Who was this great Indian freedom fighter
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Q.187 In the 1992 Mumbai Blast trials Yakub Memon has been referred as A-1 and Dawood Ibrahim has been marked as AA.

What does AA stand for?
Bonus marks for identifying Dawood's company in the picture.
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Q.186 The world is commemorating the first lunar landing by man. The crew consisted of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins. They did something unusual before they embarked on their epic journey. They autographed hundreds of postal covers and distributed to their friends.

What was the reason?
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Q.185 Recently the British tabloid Sun published an 80 years old photo of QE II, as a very young child, performing a Nazi salute. It was originally official salute of Fascist Party of Italy. It is also called by another name due to commonly perceived oricin of the salute and the name is connected to Italy.
What is this salute called?
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Q.184 Identify the logo.
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Q.183 This year's Ratha Yatra or Chariot Festival in Puri was special as it was "Nabakalebara" meaning new idols were made for Lord Jaggannath, Subharda and Balabhadra.
From which tree do they make the idols of these deities?
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Q.182 On Eid there is one thing which is different than other days, where no Adhan or Azan is performed for Eid prayers. Also one more thing is not done as it is strictly prohibited on Eid. what is that thing?
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Q.181 Curtis James Jackson III,a singer and performer, adopted his nick name from nick name of a robber named Kelvin Martin from Brooklyn, New York. This robber had a reputation of robbing people even for small "change" they carried. Name this singer.
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Q.180 "NEW HORIZONS", the interplanetary space probe has reached Pluto and performing the planned fly-by.
Of the five moons of Pluto two are named NIX and HYDRA. They were named so with a connection to the name "New Horizons" "New Horizons". What is that connection.
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Q.179 This classical dance form from Kerala is connected to the origin of Kumbhmela. what is the mythological connection, (though there could be a separate historical origin)?
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Q.178 In Feb 2013 30 million people gathered at Prayag (Allahabad) making a world record of largest peaceful gathering. In India the second largest gathering had happened in Feb 1969 in Chennai where 15 million people assembled. What was the occasion?
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Q.177 Who is giving away the Wimbledon trophy to Novak Djokovic?
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Q.176 What is Serena Williams holding so preciously? It has a specific name.
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Q.175 Sania Mirza won women's doubles Wimbledon championship partnering with Swiss player Martina Hingis. Though Martina is naturalized Swiss citizen, from which does she come from?
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Q.174 Which car company has launched solar energy based any powerwall and powerpack battery system for home and businesses?
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Q.173 Which company bagged the contract for the project "statue of Unity", the 182 m high statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel?
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Q.172 Vivek Randive sold his stakes in G______ S_______ W________ to purchase S________ K_______
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Q.171 This project was codenamed "Spartan" by Microsoft. What was it finally called when released to market?
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Q.170 On which day "Labour day" is celebrated in US?
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Q.169 Which politician owns "Orbit Aviation Company"?
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Q.168 Which is the world's first industrialized city?
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Q.167 Who killed Alexander's horse named Bucaphalus?
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Q.166 This animal is called Sp_ _ _ _ _ _ ed Langur. Fill in the blanks.
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Q.165 What is the price of platform ticket for Indian railways from 1st April 2015
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Q.164 Which electronics accessory has been banned by tourist attractions like Versailles Palace near Paris and National Gallery in London ?
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Q.163 These flights are generally taken from west coast of US to east. They are little discounted for the passengers. Why do they fly them from west to east and what are they called?
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Q.162 Recently Japan's maglev train set a new world record with 603kph. What does MagLev stand for?
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Q.161 Who is the only person to have received both the highest civilian awards of India (bharat Ratna) and Pakistan (Nishan-e-Pakistan)?
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Q.160 This is day that is supposed to be Parshuram and Goddess Annapoorna's birthday. Also the Treta yuga started from this day and river Ganga descended on earth on this very day. And not to mention Veda Vyasa and Lord Ganesh started their joint production of the epic Mahabharata. Which is this day?
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Q.159 On Narendra Modi's recent visit to Canada the Canadian PM Stephen Harper presented Modi the so-called "Parrot Lady". What is it?
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Q.158 Reserve Bank of India has decided to launch commemorative coins of Rs 10 to celebrate centenary of a historical event. What is that event?
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Q.157 what is the partnership among the following companies called? Facebook, Reliance , Microsoft, Samsung, Qualcomm, Ericsson, MediaTek and Opera.
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Q.156 In World War II certain countries like Ireland, Switzerland and Portugal remained neutral and did not participate in the war. Similarly in Mahabharat this particular kingdom was believed to have been neutral without taking any side of Pandavas or Kauravas. Also, Damayanti, wife of Nala was from this place. Even Krishna's first wife Rukmini and Sage Agatsya's wife Lopamudra hailed from this particular place. Even today the region is called by the same name. Which kingdom was it?
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Q.155 Kavi Pradeep penned a song that many say brought tears in Jawahar Lal Nehru's eyes. Which song?
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Q.154 The world championship of this sports for Women was held in 2014 and was won by India. New Zealand was runners-up, Pakistan was 3rd placed and Denmark was 4th. Which sports?
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Q.153 Dr. B R Ambedkar was asked to draft this bill, but he refused. Later it was drafted by N. Gopalaswami Ayyangar and was passed in parliament by Sardar Patel when Nehru was on a foreign trip. Which legislative bill was it?
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Q.152 What is common to Sauce, Salad, Salami and Salsa? They have a common content.
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Q.151 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose stood fourth in ICS exam but resigned later due to unwillingness to serve British. Similarly this person also passed ICS exam and became magistrate but was removed by the Britishers. But later he became pioneer leader in Indian independence movement. Britishers respected him and gave him the honourific title of "Sir". And also nicknamed him "Sir Surrender Not". Whom are we talking about?
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Q.150 This term was first coined by American author O'Henry, and currently is in circulation in Indian foreign and external affairs. In political science it means a politically unstable and vulnerable country with economic dependence on export of a single commodity like oil. Which is this term? There is a fashion brand by the same name.
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Q.149 Once Julius Caesar was presented an animal which was exotic for the Romans. He called the animal "Cameleopard" thinking it was a mix breed of Camel and Leopard. Which animal was it?
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Q.148 Which brand or product sometimes is called "Cowboy Killer"? And why?
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Q.147 William Emerson was a British architect who designed Crawford market in Mumbai, All Saints Cathedral and Muir College in Allahabad, Neelambag palace and Takhatsinhji Hospital in Bhavnagar. But his best work is sometimes called Britain's answer to Tajmahal. Name it.
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Q.146 Both summer and winter Olympics are held every 4 years. But after the 1992 Albertville France winter Olympics, the next one was held just after 2 years at Lillehammer, Norway. Why was it so?
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Q.145 In Indian political context "Namophobia" or "Namomania" has certain meaning. But fear of what is called "Nomophobia". To be noted is in Greek nomos means law?
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Q.144 Which consumer electronics company ventured into fashion clothing line business in 1980's?
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Q.143 Who is considered as "Patron Saint" of Indian civil servants?
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Q.142 This memorial was unveiled recently in New York UN headquarters. It is called "Ark of return". It commemorates victims of what?
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Q.141 Mythologically this incident describes the first instance of surrogacy motherhood. It refers to birth of a historical figure where originally he was conceived by sage Rishabhdeva and his wife Devanandaa. But Lord Indra moved him from Devanandaa to Trishala's womb, who is known as the mother.
Name this historical personality who was born more than 2500 years back and his father's name was Siddharath.
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Q.140 Napoleon got Charles Barbier to develop a system of communication in night for his army. Unfortunately the srmy rejected it due to difficulty in using it. But then this resulted into something else. What is it?
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Q.139 Nelson Mandela's autobiography "Long walk to Freedom" was published in 1994 and the title is based on probably his first political speech in 1953 ANC meet. Interestingly the speech was named "Not an easy walk to Freedom" and was read out as he was in prison. The name of the speech "Not an easy walk to Freedom" was taken from a phrase in writings of an Indian freedom fighter, who inspired Mandela a lot. Name the Indian freedom fighter.
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Q.138 In Indian, specially Hindu culture it is common to greet or show respect to elders, teachers and deities by Pranama. It is an act where a person folds his hands or/and bends to touch the feet of the other person. Of the six types of Pranama "Panchanga Pranama" involves five (Panch) parts of the body of which four are knees, hands, nose and forehead.

Name the fifth body part.
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Q.137 He started his career as a photographer in an unknown town called "Godhra". Later he worked with Archaelogical Survey of India and also later worked with Raja Ravi Verma. He is considered doyen in his field of work. who is he?
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Q.136 Bharat Ratna Atal Behari Vajpayee while retiring from politics said these two are Ram and Laxman of BJP. L K Advani was one of them, who was the other person.
Likewise who said Vajpayee is Bhisma Pitamah of Indian politics?
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Q.135 It has won two BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) awards, one Emmy and one Logie award. SONY has all rights on it. It is present in many sports events like ICC World cup. Football world cup and even IPL. Who is it?
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Q.134 What variety of apple is this?
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Q.133 Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukdev were executed by the British government on 23rd Mar 1931. The case was called Lahore conspiracy case though earlier it was named after the police officer whom these three mistakenly killed. Who was that police officer?
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Q.132 Which 3000 years old festival was celebrated only in Iran, some parts of Iraq, Pakistan and India before the disintegration of Soviet Union?
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Q.131 V P Singh when asked why he wore a cap answered that "The natural stuff on my head is getting a bit thin so I have to supplement it with something artificial to keep warm." It is called Karakul Hat named after the Qaraqul breed of sheep from whose fur it is made. V P Singh also said that his cap was made out of synthetic thread.

What is this cap called in Pakistan?
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Q.130 Passer domesticus or House Sparrow is state bird of which state of India
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Q.129 In 1936 India's first private radio station was set up in Mysore by M. V. Gopalaswamy. It contributed to entire broadcasting system in the country and it continues till today. What is that thing?
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Q.128 This art installation placed in the moat of London Tower is called "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" made of 888,246 ceramic poppies. This is to commemorate centenary of a particular historic event. And what is the significance of the number 888,246?
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Q.127 The runners up team gets Kamla Gupta Trophy and the 3rd placed team gets Sampangi cup, what does the champion team get?
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Q.126 China ranks 3rd largest exporter of this and interestingly is 3rd largest importer of this in the world. What are we talking about?
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Q.125 During the holy period of Lent the believers are prohibited from consuming meat and alcohol. But there is a day which generally falls during Lent when this restriction on drinking and eating is lifted for a day in some parts of the Christian world.

Which day is that?
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Q.124 Jatin Das the freedom fighter was the first one in modern Indian history to fast till death. This happened on 19th Sep 1929 in Lahore Central jail.

Today is the birth anniversary of another Gandhian and freedom fighter who was the second person after Jatin Das who fasted to die for a cause. This happened on 15th Dec 1952. Who is this person?
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Q.123 The US flag has 50 stars representing the number of states but flag of which country has 27 stars that represent various stars and federal districts. The stars and the constellations depicted on the flag represents the night sky over one of its cities on 15th November 1889.
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Q.122 This is a flight plan of a particular adventure that would take 5 months time. What are we talking about?
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Q.121 What comes in form of "Bullet", "step up", "Balloon" and "step down" ?
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Q.120 The Oklahama state in USA could be the first state to allow execution of a death row inmate by a completely new means. Till the bill is passed the first choice of execution is lethal injection, second is by electrocution and third is by firing. Which is this new means of execution?
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Q.119 Halawah in Arabic or Hulva in Urdu means sweet and of many versions of Hulwa found in India one of the most popular is "Bombay Hulwa". The same dessert is equally popular in Pakistan, but has a different name. What is it called?
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Q.118 Nanakshahi calendar is named after Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru. It came into practice since 1998 and is followed by 90% of the Gurudwaras of the world.

which is the first day of the year according to this calendar?
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Q.117 Recently in Hyderabad "Zinda Tilismath" has become very popular among people. what is it used for?
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Q.116 Indira Gandhi was the first woman Prime Minister of India (1966), Golda Meir was the first woman PM of Israel (1969) and Margaret Thatcher was the first woman Prime Minister of UK (1979) but who was the first ever woman Prime Minister of any country in the world?
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Q.115 Non-muslims are not allowed to enter Mecca or Makkah city. But in 1518 one Indian religious and spiritual leader visited the city and also visited Medina and Baghdad.
Name this person.
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Q.114 Which is the only work of Michelangelo that he signed and later regretted?

Today, 6th March, is Michelangelo's birthday.
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Q.113 He was born in Bhopal and his middle name is Govind. He has acted in a movie called "Inside Job". To begin with he was an electrical engineer but has written a book called "Saving Capitalism from the Capitalists". He runs marathons and his brother Mukund is Brand Custodian and Chief Ethics Officer of Tata Sons.

Who is he?
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Q.112 What is the common link between these companies?
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Q.111 In Afghanistan this is considered almost an art form and is called "Gudiparan-bazi". It is one of the most popular leisure time activity. Taliban had banned this but now after their exit it is back in Afghanistan in full force.

What is it?
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Q.110 Liaquat Ali Khan was India's first Defence Minister (before independence) and Pakistan's first Prime Minister. R. K. Shanmukham Chetty was Dewan of Cochin and member of Justice Party and Swaraj Party and President of Central Legislative Assembly. John Mathai was an economist and independent India's first Railways minister. All the three held one particular position for Indian government.

Which one?
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Q.109 29 April was a national holiday in Japan till 1989 and then instead 23 December was made the national holiday. What is the national holiday we are talking about and why was it changed.
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Q.108 This company has a logo with two elephants has started a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative named "Haathi mere Saathi" in collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature - India (WWF-India) by launching 'Friends for Life', an elephant conservation project for effective management of human-elephant conflict (HEC), and for protecting the habitats of Asian elephants across six states in India.

Name the company.
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Q.107 Which is the only Caribbean island that has railways?
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Q.106 Highest railway station in South India is Ooty and in North India it is Shimla but which is the highest railway station in India?
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Q.105 Which is this place where according to the Mahabharata and Purana, Krishna married Rukmini, sage Vyasa meditated, Parshuram washed away his sins and Rukmini's father Bhishmaka founded his kingdom.

Sri Bibhabasu Das Shastri gave a new name to this place. This is a state of India.
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Q.104 The Dusshera festivities of Mysore ends with a pooja of the golden idol of Alamelamma, which is inside the Mysore Palace. Who is Alamelamma?
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Q.103 It is called Gold Panda in China, Maple Leaf in Canada, Vienna Philharmonic in Austria, Napoleon in France, Tower of David in Israel, American Buffalo in USA. What are we talking about?
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Q.102 Independent India had its first general election in 1952. Which company manufactured the ballot boxes?
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Q.101 Who runs the Govinda chain of restaurant with nearly 100 outlets. It serves only vegetarian food and all kinds of cuisines ranging from Indian, Mexican, Italian etc.
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Q.100 Ravana had put Hanuman's tail to fire and in turn Hanuman went around and set Lanka to fire. Ravana played a raga to put off the fire. Name this raga and also the equivalent raga in Hindustani music.
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Q.99 Which sports connect the following cities: Tokyo, Berlin, Boston, London, New York and Chicago
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Q.98 In Dec 2014 two Indian ships INS Sukanya and INS Vivek rushed to Maldives and later followed by INS Deepak. what was the reason?
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Q.97 "Kinder Joy" is a candy manufactured by Italian company Ferrero. In Italy it is known as Kinder Surpresso and elsewhere Kinder Surprise or Kinder eggs. What does Kinder mean?
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Q.96 Charon, the moon of dwarf planet Pluto is almost half the size of Pluto. Charon and Pluto orbit around a common centre of mass which outside both the celestial bodies. It was discovered by astronomer James Christy, who named it after his wife Charelene's nickname Char. He was advised to name it as Persephone, queen of underworld according to Greek mythology. But he found another character in Greek mythology named Charon and left the name unchanged. Who was Charon?
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Q.95 This painting by French Post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin is named "When will you marry?" and was in news recently for certain distinction. What was it?
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Q.94 UNICEF and David Beckham has launched protection fund to protect the world's most vulnerable youngsters. What is name of the fund?
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Q.93 SpaceX Elon Musk's company recently launched a weather satellite using Falcon 9 rocket. The fuel used was mixture of LOX and Kerosene. Also the US space shuttle use LOX and liquid hydrogen as rocket propellant. What is LOX?
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Q.92 This is the original version of a thing that we use everyday. What is it?
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Q.91 Blaise Pascal, the renowned mathematician, physicist, inventor, philosopher and writer, known for Pascal's law, Pascal's theorem and triangle, was the first to innovate something in field of transport, which is still very commonly used in our daily lives. What was it?
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Q.90 The secret operation of hanging of Afzal Guru in Tihar jail was named Operation _________ _________?
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Q.89 This is a very commonly used instrument and is called Sphygmomanometer. What do we measure with it?
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Q.88 World Championship of which game is held at Sheffield, England every year?
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Q.87 Who was the first Pope?
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Q.86 A magazine named "Hara-kiri" was banned in 1970 and to bypass the ban it was renamed _______ _________. Hara kiri is a ritual of suicide practised by Samurais in Japan as an honourable alternative to a disgrace or surrender.
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Q.85 Ratnagiri is a port city in Maharashtra famous for Alphonso or Hapus mangoes. This person was born here and his father was a police constable. He is 5' 4" tall and has a mole on his left eye brow. It is also reported that his neighbours know him as "Iqbal Seth". His mansion is called "White House". Who is this person He regularly features in a certain list published by Forbes.
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Q.84 4th Feb is World Cancer Day and this year's theme is "Not beyond us". What does this theme mean?
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Q.83 It is 18ft long and 5 ft 10 in high and weighs 8 tons and its max speed is 60mph. Name this beast.
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Q.82 Modi brand of Apples is marketed by a company that claims it is the first apple that has carbon footprint marker. It's slogan is "So Eco-friendly, so Crunchy, so Juicy. So Modi".
To which country this company belongs to?
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Q.81 Pakistan Cricket Board has named the inaugural Under-21 national women cricket championship (2014-15) after ________ __________.
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Q.80 Mohd. Rafi used a singing style in the songs, "Hello Sweety Seventeen", "Unse Rippie Tippie Hogayi" and "O Chale Ho Kahan Kaho." which is believed to have been first used by Tamil actor and singer Chandrababu. Though Kishore Kumar is considered the master of this style whose origin is also believed to be from the Alps where the cowherds used it and eventually it became part of traditional lore and musical expression
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Q.79 When Mahatma Gandhi was shot by Nathuram Godse, he said "Hey Ram". what did Nathuram say that time?
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Q.78 whom did Forbes magazine declared as the first black woman billionaire of the world?
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Q.77 Its called kuaizi in China, Hashi in Japan, jeotgarak in Korea and Dua in Vietnam. It always come in pairs. What is it?
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Q.76 R K Laxman and Bal Thackeray were colleagues, long back in 1947. Name the organization where they worked together.
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Q.75 Adi Shankaracharya and Bhagavad Gita received National awards for best films in 1963 and 1993 respectively. Both the films were diredted by G V Iyer. In which language the films are?
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Q.74 Padma Vibhushan was constituted by government of India in 1954. Satyendra Nath Bose, Zakir Hussain, Balasaheb Gangadhar Kher, Nandalal Bose and V K Krishna Menon were the first to receive it. There was one more person in this list and he was not from India. Who was it?
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Q.73 She is called Thurathadi in Burma, Biancaitian in China, Benzaiten in Japan and Surasawadee in Thailand. Her name also means "plenty of water". Who is she?
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Q.72 How is the film "Theory of Everything" is connected to "Ice Bucket Challenge"?
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Q.71 He once worked in Baskins Robbins as a teenager, his name means "one who is blessed" in Swahili, In 2006 he won a Grammy for the audio version of his memoir, Dreams From My Father. He once said Mickey Mouse has bigger ears than him. Who is this person?
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Q.70 How are the names of two ex-CMs from Tamilnadu, K Kamaraj and C Annadurai connected to aviation industry?
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Q.69 On which side of the pilot the co-pilot sits inside an airplane's cockpit?
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Q.68 She has worked for McDonalds flipping the burgers, danced in Mika Singh's music video of a song named "Boliyan", acted in a Telegu movie named "Jai bolo Telangana" and even played the role of Sita in one TV serial named Ramayana. She was finalist of 1998 Miss India beauty pageant. Who is she?
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Q.67 This body was represented by the police chiefs of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lahore and Rangoon till 1951. In 1951 this body was formed and headquartered at Mumbai.Shakti Samant, Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Asha Parekh, Anupam Kher, Sharmila Tagore and Vijay Anand have chaired this body. Which is this body?
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Q.66 There is a mazar (mausoleum) at Binjaur village near city of Anupgarh of Rajasthan. In June thousands of lovers and newly weds gather here in a fair to seek blessings of two fictional characters. Name the characters after whom this mausoleum is named.
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Q.65 The following models of Ferrari are little different than all other non-racing models. What is that difference?
GT4, Mondial, 612 Scaglietti and California.
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Q.64 Though the rest of the world celebrates Christmas on 25th December but Orthodox Christians celebrate it on a different day as they still follow Julian calendar whereas the others have moved to Gregorian calendar. Which is the day when the Christmas is celebrated by the Orthodox church?
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Q.63 He has written two autobiographies. The first one is named "Whispering Death" after the nickname he earned on the field by umpires because his quiet approach to the bowling crease at the end of the run-up. His second autobiography is named "No __________ back". The middle word is also his name. Which great pace bowler are we talking about?
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Q.62 BFC Bangalore Football club has just won the 2015 Hero Federation cup. This is their first time. Mohunbagan has won it 13 times. The last time any Bangalore club won Federation cup was in 1977. Which was that team? It was a public sector team.
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Q.61 There is a shrine in Karnataka in 17th century sufi saint Baba Budangiri's name. He came to Chikmagur Karnataka from Mocha, Yemen. He is believed to be the first to smuggle something out of Middle East and brought it to India. What did he smuggle out of Middle East and brought to India?
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Q.60 In August 2013 all the bars and pubs in New York boycotted vodka. This was to protest against certain laws in Russia. What was that?
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Q.59 Gauhar Ara Begum was Shah Jahan's daughter who lived for 75 years. How is she connected to building of Taj Mahal.
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Q.58 The 3rd day of the first test match at Sydney Cricket Ground is called ________ day.
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Q.57 He designed the framework of the Statue of Liberty and was also responsible for another great piece of engineering in Europe?
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Q.56 In the "Last Supper" Jesus thanked giving bread and wine to his disciples. Bread signified his body and what did wine signify.
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Q.55 What is this attire called?
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Q.54 This film is named "MSG : Messenger of God" and it will be released on 16th Jan 2015 and it comes in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telegu. Who is the hero of the film?
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Q.53 This TV show was first hosted by Arshad Warsi, and then by Shilpa Shetty and then by Amitabh Bachchan. Who hosted the fourth season? Also name the TV program
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Q.52 which country has the highest per capita cigarette consumption?
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Q.51 As per Google who is the most searched personality of India? It is not Narendra Modi, though he is in second place.
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Q.50 Where will we find the reference to "Flappy Bird", "Ice Bucket Challenge", "Mangalyaan", "World Cup 2014" and "Landing of Philae on comet"?
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Q.49 This is picture of Deekshabhoomi in city of Nagpur. B R Ambedkar gathered here on 14th October 1956 with 600000 (Six lakhs) people. What was the significance of that meeting?
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Q.48 Who was the first honorary citizen of United States of America? He also won Nobel prize for literature.
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Q.47 Who was the first Asian MP of UK?
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Q.46 In 1893 on his way to Canada from Japan to Canada, Swami Vivekananda met Jamshedji Tata on a ship named Empress. On Swami Vivekananda's encouragement to establish a world class institution, Jamshedji setup a world renowned institution. Which one?
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Q.45 Which country has recently started the work of building a canal like Panama Canal to join Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean?
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Q.44 where would you find "Red Chilli", "saffron", "Caper", "Imli" as the youngest ones and "Garlic", "Poppy", "Coriander" and "Fennel" as the oldest ones?
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Q.43 On whose epitaph is it written "Never Born, Never Died. Only Visited this Planet Earth between Dec 11 1931 - Jan 19 1990"?
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Q.42 The Hindi movie "Hawaizaade" is based on the life of Shivkar Bapuji Talpade. What is believed to be his biggest achievement?
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Q.41 When Mahatma Gandhi was shot by Nathuram Godse, he said "Hey Ram". what did Nathuram say that time?
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Q.40 Which company's logo is inspired by San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.
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Q.39 Maryam Mirzakhani an Iranian mathematician working in US and professor of mathematics at Stanford University has won the Fields Medal for 2014. what is so special about this?
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Q.38 President of which country has a nickname "Chocolate King" owing to owning a huge successful confectionery business?
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Q.37 Who is the singer of the songs "In My City", "Exotic", "I Can't Make you Love me" and tamil song "Ullathai Killathe". (Click Info tab for one of the videos)
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Q.36 Aqua Regia is a mixture of Nitic Acid and Hydrochloric acid at 1:3 ratio. The phrase "Acid test" comes from certain tests that is conducted using Aqua Regia (meaning Royal Water). What is that test?
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Q.35 Identify the logo
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Q.34 Identify the two officers sitting and finishing their day's business.
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Q.33 Team Indus is an NGO headquartered at New Delhi and led by Rahul Narayan is competing in a Google sponsored technological challenge programme. They are building a robot for a purpose. what is that purpose?
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Q.32 The training program of this organization is called "Elementary", after Sherlock Holmes's well-known, phrase "elementary, my dear Watson". Which organization?
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Q.31 What is the reference for the T-shirts these NBA stars are wearing?
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Q.30 In the promotional material of $1 billion Real Madrid-themed resort island?in the United Arab Emirates the club has made a small change in the logo of the club. What is that change?
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Q.29 What is produced in these districts of UP, Mirzapur, Chandauli, Bhadohi, Varanasi, Jaunpur and Azamgarh that can not be produced legally anywhere else in the world?
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Q.28 After 2009 H1N1 pandemic, Tom Feasby, Dean of Medicine at the University of Calgary, suggested something instead of shaking hands to prevent transmission of virus. What was it?
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Q.27 Which is the first country of the world to impose complete ban on tobacco and smoking?
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Q.26 What does "Copenhagenize Index" measure?
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Q.25 Recently CA (Cricket Australia) has retired One Day International jersey number 64. Why so?
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Q.24 Identify the event.
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Q.23 This animal is found only in arctic region and its skin is black in colour. It was mascot of 1998 Calgary winter olympics. In Inuit language it is called Nanuk. They can swim for a week without break. Which animal is it?
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Q.22 After the Rosetta probe Philae touched down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, one particular song by Aerosmith, I DONT WANT TO MISS A THING was observed to have streamed a lot by the users in Spotify, the digital music service. What could be the connection?
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Q.21 On 3rd Feb 1962 Nari Contractor Indian cricket team's captain was hit by a bouncer by Charlie Griffith on his head. It was a life threatening blow and was unconscious for six days. The West Indies captained was the first to donate blood. And CAB (Cricket Association of Bengal) commemorates this noble act by naming 3rd Feb as Frank Worrel Day and organises blood donation camp on that day. who is this great West Indies cricketer?
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Q.20 Three associated of Russian President Putin named Ustin, Kuzya and Ilyona were released sometime back. Who are they?
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Q.19 What is Pinkathon?
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Q.18 In 2013 the Guruvayur Temple management had an agreement with J&K Agro Industries Development Corp to procure 10 kg of this produce per month. What are we talking about?
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Q.17 South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) had seven founding members namely Nepal, Sri Lanka, India, Maldives, Pakistan, Bhutan and Bangladeah. Later another member joined in 2007. which country is it?
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Q.16 Identify this innovative piece of equipment.
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Q.14 This cafe was established in 1871 in Mumbai making it the oldest Irani run restaurant. 2003 novel named "Shantaram" by Gregory David Roberts has mentioned this cafe time and again. It was in news 6 years back in 2008. Which cafe and why?
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Q.13 Which incident has been derided on Twitter through the 'trolleyisnotacrime' hashtag?
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Q.12 The list goes like this, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Amir Khan, Salman Khan, Deepika Padukone, ___________, Priyanka Chopra, Hritik Roshan, Akshay Kumar, A R Rahman, Sonam Kapoor, Shahid Kapur, Virat Kohli. Fill in the blank.
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Q.11 A female Reindeer has something that no other female species of Deer family has. What is that?
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Q.10 Dr. B R Ambedkar was asked to draft this bill, but he refused. Later it was drafted by N. Gopalaswami Ayyangar and was passed in parliament by Sardar Patel when Nehru was on a foreign trip. Which legislative bill was it?
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Q.9 With which country India shares the longest border?
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Q.8 On All Fool's Day of 1979, David Kirke and Simon Keeling, members of Dangerous Sports club of Oxford University did something for the first time at Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol and were arrested. But they continued doing it on Golden Gate bridge and other places. What did they do?
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Q.7 When built in 1930 the Chrysler building was the tallest structure in the world. Which structure was tallest till then?
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Q.6 Bicorne Hat is a two-cornered or two-horned hat and has been used by European and American army officers since the end of 18th century. This is associated with a great military and political leader. Name him
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Q.5 Whose tomb is located under Arc de Triomphe in Paris?
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Q.4 Which two organizations are called "Bretton Woods Twins"
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Q.3 His name is Kal-El, his father is Jor-El and his uncle was Zor-El. Who is is?
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Q.2 Who is the oldest Indian cricketer score his maiden (first) ODI century?
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Q.1 Which brand of (pocket)watch Gandhiji used?
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