Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Question 272




What does this map show?

Answer:League of Nations

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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Question 271

X cans because of their shape, have been used to make Wi-Fi network antennas, known as cantennas.These cans can also be use to make "cannons," or, "poppers," by putting a round hole in the bottom end of the can and blowing hard a loud popping sound will be made as the lid flies off. When filled with little bits of paper it shoots out confetti.The popular newspaper comic Dilbert references a use for the X can. Dilbert rolls up his clothing in a X tube so he can change clothes at work without having to drive home and change clothes.X containers can also be used to hold up to three tennis balls. This similarity of shape was the subject of a joke by Mitch Hedberg, who speculated that tennis balls were what X had originally intended to make.

Tell me the product that I am referring to.

Answer: Pringles

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Question 270

Simple one:
Who is the world's largest employer?
Answer:Indian Railways

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Question 269












There are a few more names in this list.just tell me what am i talking about

Answer:Trishul,Agni,Prithvi - Indian missiles

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Monday, February 16, 2009

Question 268

One of my fav... which book?


Answer: Angels and Demons by Dan Brown

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Question 267

Connect






Connect is Phoenix. doesnt need a explanation...

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Question 266

X came into existence in 1872 in Switzerland, when Julius X took over his father's mill. It quickly became a pioneer of industrial food production, aiming at the improvement of the nutrition of worker families. It was the first to bring protein-rich legume meal to the market, which was followed by ready-made soup based on legume meal in 1886. In 1897, Julius X founded the company X GmbH in the German town of Singen where it is still established today.In parts of Europe, including German-speaking countries as well as the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, and France, "X" is still synonymous with the brand's "X-W├╝rze" (X spice), a dark sauce which is very similar to East Asian soy sauce without actually containing soy. It was also introduced in 1886, as a cheap substitute for meat extract. It has since become a well-known part of everyday culinary culture in Switzerland, Austria and especially in Germany.The bouillon cube or 'X cube' was introduced in 1908, which was another meat substitution product.Because chicken and beef broths are so common in the cuisines of many different countries, the company's products have a large worldwide market. Today X is particularly well known in New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, Pakistan, India, Malaysia and Singapore

Answer:Maggi noodles

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Friday, February 13, 2009

Question 265

For Australia:-





For U.S.A:-




For U.K:-




This thing what i'm talking about is also present in India.
It has been in mumbai, delhi...but not in pune.if it were in pune i would've definitely wanted to be a part of it.I just want the funda,nothing else.

Answer:They are the "taxi drivers" of cash cabs.In India i.e. Bindaas Cash Cab

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Question 264

This was something we(I and Sanket) were discussing while writing the german paper(Kinare).
Connect or rather explain:(Take some help from Google)




Answer:1st pic- Joe Satriani

2nd pic- Viva la Vida album of 3rd pic- Coldplay

Connect: Satriani has put plaigarism charges on Coldplay for a song in this album

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Question 263

Who is being portrayed in a film which is currently in the filming stage?I have blurred his body for a reason.

Answer:Ajmal Amir kasab,the lone terrorist captured during the 26/11 attacks of 2008 @ Mumbai

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Question 262


What is this ? Why did it come in the news recently?

Answer:Space debris .in the news because of the collision of the two satellites.

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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Question 261

After leaving school, X spent some months with the Indian Army and spent a few months hiking in the Himalayan mountains of Sikkim and West Bengal. From 1994 to 1997, X served in the United Kingdom Special Forces Reserve, with 21 Regiment Special Air Service, 21 SAS(R), as a trooper, survival instructor and Patrol Medic .X served in North Africa twice. X service in the SAS ended in 1997 as a result of a free fall parachuting accident he suffered the previous year in Kenya. X's canopy ripped at 1600 feet (500 m), partially opening, causing him to fall and land on his parachute pack on his back, which partially crushed three vertebrae. X later said, "I should have cut the main parachute and gone to the reserve but thought there was time to resolve the problem". X spent the next 18 months in and out of military rehabilitation at Headley Court before being discharged and directing his efforts into trying to get well enough to fulfil his childhood dream of climbing Mount Everest.X was awarded the honorary rank of Lieutenant Commander in the UK's Royal Naval Reserve for services to charity and human endeavour.Today, X sometimes works as a professional motivational speaker and trainer. X entered first made an appearance in an advertisement for Sure deodorant, featuring his ascent
of Mount Everest.
Tell me who x is and connect him to the picture below.


Answer:William "Bear" Grylls. A really lame connect between Teddy Roosevelt's bear and William Grylls.

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Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Question 260

X's full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts, her parents' names are George and Margaret Roberts from the town of Willows, Wisconsin.X attended Willows High School and Manhattan International High School in New York City, based on the real-life Stuyvesant High School. She has an on-off romantic relationship with her beau Ken (Ken Carson), X has had over forty pets including cats and dogs, horses, a panda, a lion cub, and a zebra. X has owned a wide range of vehicles, including pink Corvette convertibles, trailers and jeeps. X also holds a pilot's license, and operates commercial airliners in addition to serving as a flight attendant. X has a lot of companions, including Hispanic Teresa, Midge, African American Christie and Steven (Christie's boyfriend). X's siblings and cousins were Skipper, Tutti (Todd's twin sister), Todd (Tutti's and Stacie's twin brother), Stacie (Todd's twin sister), Kelly, Krissy, Francie, and Jazzie. Who?

Answer:Barbie

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Question 259

Connect:

1)The building whose floor plan is given below:
2)This famous landmark:


3)Clue:Johnny Depp

4)The man in the photo:(There's only 1 man in the photo so dont ask which man?)


Answer:1)Nariman Points

2)Taj Mahal

3)Leopold Cafe

4)Oberoi

Places of terrorist attacks on 26/11

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Question 258

Connect :
(Exhaustive list or should I say 'exhausted')










Answer: Knighted Musicians

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Question 257

Connect the following pics:




Answer:
1)The Chakravyuvha plan/strategy
2)Bollywood film- Chakravyuvha
3)Iqbal uses a fielding arrangement in movie Iqbal while bowling.
Connect is Chakravyuvha

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Question 256

Guess the people and the movies:

1) Brad Pitt in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button"
2) Kate Winslet in "The Reader"



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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Question 255

The character of X was first developed when Y was studying for his MSc at Oxford University. A sketch featuring the character was being performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in the early 1980s. A similar character called Robert Box, played by Y, appeared in the one-off 1979 ITV sitcom "Canned Laughter" .In 1987, one of X's earliest appearances occurred at the Just For Laughs Montreal Canada. When program co-ordinators were scheduling Y into the festival program, Y insisted that he perform on the French-speaking bill rather than the English-speaking program. Having no French dialogue in his act at all, program co-ordinators could not understand why Y wanted to perform on the French bill. As it turned out, Y's act at the festival was a test platform for the X and Y wanted to see how the ____ character's physical comedy would fare on an international stage with a non-English speaking audience. The name of the character was not decided after the first programme had been produced, with a number of other _________-influenced names, such as "__________", being explored. Y has cited the earlier comedy character Monsieur Hulot, created by French comedian and director Jacques Tati, as an influence on the character of X. Stylistically, X is also very similar to early silent films, relying purely upon physical comedy, with X speaking very little dialogue. Who?

Answer:Mr. Bean

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Question 253 to 254

1)Where?


2)Which book?

Answers:
1)European Centre for Nuclear Research(CERN-Where the web was born)
2)Tintin and the Alph Art which was being written when Herge died.Completed and published posthumously.

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Question 252

Facts about X :
1)Its main source of income is from its leather tanneries.
2) Other diversified sectors include textiles and worldwide exports.
3) Has over 15,000 single production units.
4) Recently churning out to be one of the biggest recycling industries.
5) Has an annual turnover of about 650 million US Dollars.

What is X?

Answer:Dharavi Slums of Mumbai

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Question 251

Advertissement by which company?

Answer:Metlife insurance

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Question 250

What's so special about this watch?


Answer:T-DNA watch constructed from the remains of the Titanic.

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Question 249

Coined after Apple CEO Steve Job's 2005 Macworld San Franciso Keynote speech, when he was introducing the Mac mini.
"Now the Mac mini is BYODKM" - Steve Jobs
What is the full form of BYODKM?

Answer:Bring Your Own Display.Keyboard and Mouse

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Question 247 to 248

1)According to the legend he is still alive but asleep with his knights in a cave in the mountain in Bavaria, Germany, and that when the ravens cease to fly around the mountain he will awake and restore Germany to its ancient greatness. According to the story, his red beard has grown through the table at which he sits. His eyes are half closed in sleep, but now and then he raises his hand and sends a boy out to see if the ravens have stopped flying. Name this king or pirate.

2)X was born in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. After the death of his parents, X wandered around the world, visiting places like Los Angeles and Paris as an artist. Won a game with his friend Fabrizio, before embarking on a memorable trip.
Y was engaged to steel tycoon Hockley, giving up her dreams so that she and her mother could escape their financial troubles. She later escaped from Hockley and married a man named Calvert before settling down in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
X and Y met on Z and were separated forever after something happened to Z .Identify X,Y,Z.

Answer:

1)Barbarosa

2)Jack and Rose of Titanic fame

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Monday, February 9, 2009

Question 246

Although 'x' is not a direct government servant, it does an important work of the Indian government especially at the grassroot level. The word 'x' in Hindi stands for "a positive feeling" (not literally) . 'x' works predominantly in indian villages. In english 'x' is "accredited social health activist". Name 'x'.

Answer:ASHA

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Question 245

Connect the above pictures.


Answer:Magic

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Question 244

Tell me what this is.(that thing popping out doesn't have any reference to the answer, plz ignore it,sorry couldn't get a better pic.)



Answer:Google Ocean

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Question 243

Connect:

1)X means a religious teacher, or more literally, my great one, when addressing any master. The word X derives from a Hebrew word which in biblical Hebrew means ‘great’, used in many senses, including the sense of a ‘master’ and apprentice, when someone who is a distinguished ‘teacher’.
Originally in Hebrew, X was a proper term of address while speaking to a superior.

2)X Y is an Indian musician famous for his debut album X. His music has been described variously as rock and Sufiana mixed with Western arrangements.
X's father was a Sikh preacher and his mother is a college principal and also a Punjabi poet.
His favourite musicians include Bruce Springsteen, Sahotas, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, and Jimmy Page.

Answer: Rabbi Shergill

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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Question 242


Origin of X:

Vyaghra Dev, a descendant of the Vaghelas of Gujarat, married the daughter of the Raja of Pirhawan and conquered the territory between Kalpi and Chandalgarh. Karan Dev, son of Vyaghra Dev married the daughter of the Raja of Ratanpur, bringing X into the family as her dowry. The legendary fortress of X fell into Mughal hands in 1597.
No records are available to show when X was constructed. However it is thought, to be some 2000 years old, and there are references to it in the ancient books. Various dynasties have ruled X. The last inhabitants deserted X in 1935.
Connect X with the first picture.

Answer:
X is Bandhavgarh where the first white tiger was found.
The picture is book cover of The White Tiger by Arvind Adiga

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Question 241

Connect:





Answer:Connect is Che Guevara

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Question 240



Ok tell me what the map denotes

Answer:Left Hand Drive(in red) and Right Hand Drive(in blue) countries.

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Question 239

Connect these organisations:








Answer:All are organisations in Dan Brown's novels.

1)CERN(Angels and Demons)

2)NASA(Deception Point)

3)National Security Agency(Digital Fortress)

4)Priory of Sion(The Da Vinci Code)

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Monday, February 2, 2009

Question 238

On the website X:
India, known for being the spiritual Y of the world, is now seeking to become the technology Y with Indians spearheading the IT revolution.
With X.com, a totally indigenous product, we aspire to become a world-class _____ ______ and showcase the "Indian" content to the world.
X is the person one seeks help from in times of need.
Likewise, X.com is built to help provide easy access to information in every walk of life.

Origin:
X.com is derived from the Sanskrit word Y. X aims at giving its students what they require.

Answer:Guruji.com

http://guruji.com/

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Question 237

Who is the circled actor?Which TV series?


Answer:Dev Patel from the British TV series "Skins"

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