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Here's a Monthly Quiz conducted by me at Madgaon, Goa for the Sunday Evening Quiz Club on June 25 2017. Please go through the quiz and give me your feedback, it will be much appreciated.
Harsh Hegde
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Here's a Monthly Quiz conducted by me at Madgaon, Goa for the Sunday Evening Quiz Club on June 25 2017. Please go through the quiz and give me your feedback, it will be much appreciated.
Harsh Hegde
harsh.hegde1998@gmail.com

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  1. 1. SEQC June Madgaon Monthly Harsh Hegde 25th June 2017 harsh.hegde1998@gmail.com
  2. 2. 1. A Man of Many Letters 6 Letters Written +5/-0 +10 Bonus for getting all
  3. 3. 1. ID Writer
  4. 4. 1. ID Writer A: Fidel Castro
  5. 5. 2. Writers
  6. 6. 2. Writers A: FBI
  7. 7. 3. ID Writer
  8. 8. 3. ID Writer A: M.K Gandhi
  9. 9. 4. ID Writer
  10. 10. 4. ID Writer A: Neils Bohr
  11. 11. 5. ID Blanked Out
  12. 12. 5. ID Blanked Out A: Madonna
  13. 13. 6.ID blanked out
  14. 14. 6.ID blanked out A: Nixon
  15. 15. 2.Infinite Pounce • Clockwise • Pounce +10/-5 • 22 Questions
  16. 16. Q1: Back in 2013, This company launched an ad campaign by launching 61 URLs commencing with "ahh.com" and culminating with an epic "ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.com." Each site was a variation of “ahh,” ranging from two Hs all the way to sixty Hs in the URL. All of the sites had a series of videos, games, and nightmare fuel that populated a series of websites that could all be traced back to ahh.com. It’s called the “Ahh Effect” campaign. This campaign was mainly targeted towards teens who the company hoped to engage and was considered a success after reaching 4 million hits. Whose Ad Campaign was this?
  17. 17. A: Coca Cola Q1: Back in 2013, This company launched an ad campaign by launching 61 URLs commencing with "ahh.com" and culminating with an epic "ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.com." Each site was a variation of “ahh,” ranging from two Hs all the way to sixty Hs in the URL. All of the sites had a series of videos, games, and nightmare fuel that populated a series of websites that could all be traced back to ahh.com. It’s called the “Ahh Effect” campaign. This campaign was mainly targeted towards teens who the company hoped to engage and was considered a success after reaching 4 million hits. Whose Ad Campaign was this?
  18. 18. Q2: Victoria Claflin Woodhull was an American leader of the woman's suffrage movement.An activist for women's rights and labor reforms, Woodhull was also an advocate of being able to freely love who you choose, with the nobility of free love, by which she meant the freedom to marry, divorce, and bear children without government interference. Together with her sister, Tennessee Claflin, she was the first woman to operate a brokerage firm on Wall Street; they were among the first women to found a newspaper, Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, which began publication in 1870. What other first did she set in 1872?
  19. 19. Q2: Victoria Claflin Woodhull was an American leader of the woman's suffrage movement.An activist for women's rights and labor reforms, Woodhull was also an advocate of being able to freely love who you choose, with the nobility of free love, by which she meant the freedom to marry, divorce, and bear children without government interference. Together with her sister, Tennessee Claflin, she was the first woman to operate a brokerage firm on Wall Street; they were among the first women to found a newspaper, Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, which began publication in 1870. What other first did she set in 1872? A: First Woman to Contest Presidential Elections
  20. 20. Q3: This is a common genre of semi-classical Hindustani music. The term is derived from a Hindi verb which means "to walk with dancing steps so as to make the ankle-bells tinkle." The form is, thus, connected with dance, dramatic gestures, mild eroticism, evocative love poetry and folk songs of Uttar Pradesh, though there are regional variations. Which music genre?
  21. 21. A: Thumri from Thumakna Q3: This is a common genre of semi-classical Hindustani music. The term is derived from a Hindi verb which means "to walk with dancing steps so as to make the ankle-bells tinkle." The form is, thus, connected with dance, dramatic gestures, mild eroticism, evocative love poetry and folk songs of Uttar Pradesh, though there are regional variations. Which music genre?
  22. 22. Q4: Soviet records show that X was born Yuri Irsenovich X in the village of Vyatskoye, near Khabarovsk, in 1941,where his father commanded the 1st Battalion of the Soviet 88th Brigade. X was famous for having a fear of flying and always traveled by private armored train. Who is X?
  23. 23. A: Kim Jong il Q4: Soviet records show that X was born Yuri Irsenovich X in the village of Vyatskoye, near Khabarovsk, in 1941,where his father commanded the 1st Battalion of the Soviet 88th Brigade. X was famous for having a fear of flying and always traveled by private armored train. Who is X?
  24. 24. Q5: Apart from Ekta Kapoor's Kyunki Saas bhi Bahu Thi, the Gujarati surname Virani is popular in the business of food production. Chandu Virani and his brothers founded a snack company in 1976 which is famous in the western Indian region. Name the company.
  25. 25. A: Balaji Foods Q5: Apart from Ekta Kapoor's Kyunki Saas bhi Bahu Thi, the Gujarati surname Virani is popular in the business of food production. Chandu Virani and his brothers founded a snack company in 1976 which is famous in the western Indian region. Name the company.
  26. 26. Q6: Charging Bull, which is sometimes referred to as the Wall Street Bull or in the Financial District in Manhattan, New York City. Originally guerrilla art, installed unofficially by Arturo Di Modica, its popularity led to it being a permanent feature. The Bull is a symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge The Shanghai Bull, or the Bund Bull are monikers associated with a derivative of Arturo Di Modica's Charging Bull installed in late April 2010 on The Bund, Shanghai. The 5,000-pound (2,300 kg) work of art is said to have the same height, length and weight as the New York City Charging Bull. The bull is reddish as a tribute to the country that commissioned the work. The bull is symbolic of perseverance, diligence and wealth in Chinese culture. What ironic difference between these two sculptures a been a matter of great fun given the nature of the two countries governments?
  27. 27. Q6: Charging Bull, which is sometimes referred to as the Wall Street Bull or in the Financial District in Manhattan, New York City. Originally guerrilla art, installed unofficially by Arturo Di Modica, its popularity led to it being a permanent feature. The Bull is a symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge The Shanghai Bull, or the Bund Bull are monikers associated with a derivative of Arturo Di Modica's Charging Bull installed in late April 2010 on The Bund, Shanghai. The 5,000-pound (2,300 kg) work of art is said to have the same height, length and weight as the New York City Charging Bull. The bull is reddish as a tribute to the country that commissioned the work. The bull is symbolic of perseverance, diligence and wealth in Chinese culture. What ironic difference between these two sculptures a been a matter of great fun given the nature of the two countries governments? A: New York Bull leans towards left while the Shanghai one does to the right
  28. 28. Q7: Identify this personality * Padma Shri by the Government of India (2001). * Man of the Year by The Times of India (2002). * One of Asia's Heroes by TIME (2003). * Degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris causa) from IIT Delhi. * Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur (Knight of the Legion of Honour) by the government of France (2005). *CNN-IBN Indian of the Year 2007: Public Service (2008) *Padma Vibhushan by the Government of India (2008 *SR Jindal Prize (honorary) awarded by Sitaram Jindal Foundation, 2012. *Rotary International for the sake of Honour Award (2013) *Lifetime Achievement Governance Award by Grifles, 2013.
  29. 29. Q7: Identify this personality * Padma Shri by the Government of India (2001). * Man of the Year by The Times of India (2002). * One of Asia's Heroes by TIME (2003). * Degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris causa) from IIT Delhi. * Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur (Knight of the Legion of Honour) by the government of France (2005). *CNN-IBN Indian of the Year 2007: Public Service (2008) *Padma Vibhushan by the Government of India (2008 *SR Jindal Prize (honorary) awarded by Sitaram Jindal Foundation, 2012. *Rotary International for the sake of Honour Award (2013) *Lifetime Achievement Governance Award by Grifles, 2013. A: E. Sreedharan
  30. 30. Q8: The 1996 Japanese Embassy hostage crisis happened when 14 members of the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) took hostage hundreds of high-level diplomats, government and military officials and business executives who were attending a party at the official residence of the Japanese Ambassador to the host country The hostages also included the mother and the brother of the host country’s then president as well as the future president of that country. The events which unfolded during the crisis gave rise to a phenomenon slightly different from another well known hostage crisis phenomenon also named after a city. What phenomenon did the Japanese Hostage Crisis give rise to? How was it different from the already well known hostage crisis phenomenon?
  31. 31. A: Lima Syndrome – The Kidnappers develop an emotional bond towards the victim , which is the opposite in Stockholm Syndrome Q8: The 1996 Japanese Embassy hostage crisis happened when 14 members of the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) took hostage hundreds of high-level diplomats, government and military officials and business executives who were attending a party at the official residence of the Japanese Ambassador to the host country The hostages also included the mother and the brother of the host country’s then president as well as the future president of that country. The events which unfolded during the crisis gave rise to a phenomenon slightly different from another well known hostage crisis phenomenon also named after a city. What phenomenon did the Japanese Hostage Crisis give rise to? How was it different from the already well known hostage crisis phenomenon?
  32. 32. Q9: Rebecca Black is an American YouTuber and singer who gained extensive media attention with her 2011 single "Friday”. Rebecca went on to release other songs; her Dave Days collaboration "Saturday" earned more success. What “genre” of music, named after something you may do after hearing her music, is she widely regarded to have invented/discovered? This “genre” seems to have caught up in the Indian sub-continent in recent times.
  33. 33. Q9: Rebecca Black is an American YouTuber and singer who gained extensive media attention with her 2011 single "Friday”. Rebecca went on to release other songs; her Dave Days collaboration "Saturday" earned more success. What “genre” of music, named after something you may do after hearing her music, is she widely regarded to have invented/discovered? This “genre” seems to have caught up in the Indian sub-continent in recent times. A: Cringe Pop
  34. 34. Q10: This is John Mcenroe in response to whom? What was the statement? (Video Removed)
  35. 35. Q10: This is John Mcenroe in response to whom? What was the statement? A: Margaret Court’s statement that tennis these days is filled with lesbians and gays.
  36. 36. Q11: This game developed to become its own identity in 1884 when its first set of rules was finalised by Sir Neville Chamberlain, an English officer who helped develop and popularise the game at Stone House in Ooty. The word “_______" was a slang term for first-year cadets and inexperienced military personnel, but Chamberlain would often use it to describe the inept performance of one of his fellow officers. Which Game?
  37. 37. A: Snooker Q11: This game developed to become its own identity in 1884 when its first set of rules was finalised by Sir Neville Chamberlain, an English officer who helped develop and popularise the game at Stone House in Ooty. The word “_______" was a slang term for first-year cadets and inexperienced military personnel, but Chamberlain would often use it to describe the inept performance of one of his fellow officers. Which Game?
  38. 38. Q12: Chuma Kheragaon, a village in Gurgaon found a prominent place on the global map after X paid a visit to this village along with his wife on January 3 1978. Its commonly believed that X’s mother used to visit the village during WW2 while working as a nurse and many say that it is because of this reason, X wanted to visit the village. The official version goes that X had expressed a desire to visit a typical Indian village, and since this was closest to Delhi, he was brought here. This village has since then been renamed Y. According to one Mr Kartar Singh from the village, when something happened in 1980, they were so sad that nobody lit diyas in their homes that evening. What is Y? What happened in 1980?
  39. 39. A: Y= Carterpuri named after Jimmy Carter. Carter lost to Ronald Reagan in 1980. Q12: Chuma Kheragaon, a village in Gurgaon found a prominent place on the global map after X paid a visit to this village along with his wife on January 3 1978. Its commonly believed that X’s mother used to visit the village during WW2 while working as a nurse and many say that it is because of this reason, X wanted to visit the village. The official version goes that X had expressed a desire to visit a typical Indian village, and since this was closest to Delhi, he was brought here. This village has since then been renamed Y. According to one Mr Kartar Singh from the village, when something happened in 1980, they were so sad that nobody lit diyas in their homes that evening. What is Y? What happened in 1980?
  40. 40. Q13: This informal festival is celebrated across mostly rural Maharashtra on the night before the month of Shravan begins. During Shravan , people are supposed to abstain from eating non-vegetarian food and drinking alcohol so people usually do the exact opposite the night before by indulging in binge drinking and partying all night long. The name of this festival is however derived from the corrupted version of the English word for the place people usually end up after binge drinking. What is the festival called?
  41. 41. A: Gatari from Gutter, where people land up after drinking too much. Q13: This informal festival is celebrated across mostly rural Maharashtra on the night before the month of Shravan begins. During Shravan , people are supposed to abstain from eating non-vegetarian food and drinking alcohol so people usually do the exact opposite the night before by indulging in binge drinking and partying all night long. The name of this festival is however derived from the corrupted version of the English word for the place people usually end up after binge drinking. What is the festival called?
  42. 42. Q14: “Neil took one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind; I took one small step for man and one giant ____ for mankind! --Buzz Aldrin in his autobiography “No Dream Is Too High”.
  43. 43. Q14: “Neil took one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind; I took one small step for man and one giant leak for mankind! --Buzz Aldrin in his autobiography “No Dream Is Too High”. A: Aldrin urinated on the moon. Don’t know details.
  44. 44. Q15: Salman Mohammed Al-Faraj is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Al-Hilal of Saudi Premier League. Salman's first match with his national team was against Congo in an international friendly at Al Hasa, KSA on 14 October 2012. The match ended in a 3–2 win. While Football is mainly a team sport , of late Salman has been gaining traction across the globe for doing something alone. What was Salman recently the only Saudi player to do?
  45. 45. A: Only Saudi Player who observed the one minute silence for the London Victims, While the rest ignored it Q15: Salman Mohammed Al-Faraj is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Al-Hilal of Saudi Premier League. Salman's first match with his national team was against Congo in an international friendly at Al Hasa, KSA on 14 October 2012. The match ended in a 3–2 win. While Football is mainly a team sport , of late Salman has been gaining traction across the globe for doing something alone. What was Salman recently the only Saudi player to do?
  46. 46. Q16: Whose incomplete political career? • Member of the South Carolina State Senate 1984-1990 • Member of the United States House of Representatives from the 5th Congressional District of South Carolina 1990-2014 • House Majority Whip of the Democratic Party 2005-2013
  47. 47. Q16: Whose incomplete political career? • Member of the South Carolina State Senate 1984-1990 • Member of the United States House of Representatives from the 5th Congressional District of South Carolina 1990-2014 • House Majority Whip of the Democratic Party 2005-2013 A: Frank Underwood , House of Cards
  48. 48. Q17: The ______ _____ Index is an informal metric used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to determine the effect of a storm and the likely scale of assistance required for disaster recovery. The measure is based on the reputation of the ______ _____ restaurant chain for staying open during extreme weather and for reopening quickly, albeit sometimes with a limited menu, after very severe weather events such as tornadoes or hurricanes. The index has three levels, based on the extent of operations and service at the restaurant following a storm: Green: the restaurant is serving a full menu, indicating the restaurant has power and damage is limited. Yellow: the restaurant is serving a limited menu, indicating there may be no power or only power from a generator or food supplies may be low. Red: the restaurant is closed, indicating severe damage. Because the restaurants have a disaster plan and a cut-down menu prepared for times when there is no power or limited supplies, the ______ _____ Index rarely reaches the red level. The popular saying goes that is you see a ______ _____ close, RUN. Fill in the Blanks
  49. 49. A: Waffle House Q17: The ______ _____ Index is an informal metric used by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to determine the effect of a storm and the likely scale of assistance required for disaster recovery. The measure is based on the reputation of the ______ _____ restaurant chain for staying open during extreme weather and for reopening quickly, albeit sometimes with a limited menu, after very severe weather events such as tornadoes or hurricanes. The index has three levels, based on the extent of operations and service at the restaurant following a storm: Green: the restaurant is serving a full menu, indicating the restaurant has power and damage is limited. Yellow: the restaurant is serving a limited menu, indicating there may be no power or only power from a generator or food supplies may be low. Red: the restaurant is closed, indicating severe damage. Because the restaurants have a disaster plan and a cut-down menu prepared for times when there is no power or limited supplies, the ______ _____ Index rarely reaches the red level. The popular saying goes that is you see a ______ _____ close, RUN. Fill in the Blanks
  50. 50. Q18: James Hewitt is an English former cavalry officer in the British Army. In 2006, Hewitt appeared as a contestant in The X Factor: Battle of the Stars, the celebrity version of The X Factor, in a duo with Rebecca Loos. He also appeared in the first episode of Top Gear UK's Series 8 in May of the same year However he is more famous for a rumour from the 90s due to his one striking physical resemblance which he denied in 2017. What rumour? Bigger image on next slides
  51. 51. Q18: James Hewitt is an English former cavalry officer in the British Army. In 2006, Hewitt appeared as a contestant in The X Factor: Battle of the Stars, the celebrity version of The X Factor, in a duo with Rebecca Loos. He also appeared in the first episode of Top Gear UK's Series 8 in May of the same year However he is more famous for a rumour from the 90s due to his one striking physical resemblance which he denied in 2017. What rumour? Bigger image on next slides
  52. 52. Q18: James Hewitt is an English former cavalry officer in the British Army. In 2006, Hewitt appeared as a contestant in The X Factor: Battle of the Stars, the celebrity version of The X Factor, in a duo with Rebecca Loos. He also appeared in the first episode of Top Gear UK's Series 8 in May of the same year However he is more famous for a rumour from the 90s due to his one striking physical resemblance which he denied in 2017. What rumour? Bigger image on next slides A: He was Prince Harry’s Father due to the Red Hair, he dated Diana.
  53. 53. Q19: When the BBC conducted a poll in 2002 to determine the 100 Greatest Brit’s, Winston Churchill topped the list. This list also surprisingly had two footballers at No 33 and 69. • Many people were widely surprised at the order of their ranking with respect to each other but then realised it might have to do with what No.33 had achieved that year, whereas the No.69 was long dead. • Name Both
  54. 54. Q19: When the BBC conducted a poll in 2002 to determine the 100 Greatest Brit’s, Winston Churchill topped the list. This list also surprisingly had two footballers at No 33 and 69. • Many people were widely surprised at the order of their ranking with respect to each other but then realised it might have to do with what No.33 had achieved that year, whereas the No.69 was long dead. • Name Both A: No 33 – David Beckham ,No 69- Bobby Moore
  55. 55. Q20: Before the 1967-'68 season, the NCAA announced it was banning the ____ ____ shot from all competitions. In their words, it "was not a skillful shot," and the rules committee said they issued the ban partly due to injury concerns. Their report cited 1,500 events where a player was hurt around the backboard during the previous year. While the NCAA never admitted it explicitly, it is widely believed that the ban was enacted because of UCLA's X who performed the shot over his opponents with his . It was nicknamed the “X rule" by the press, and it prohibited players from making shot. X though still had a stellar season the following year losing only 2 games while winning the championship. The ban was rescinded in the 1976-77 season. Fill in the Blanks and ID X.
  56. 56. A: Slam Dunk, X= Lew Alcindor aka Kareem Abdul Jabbar You can imagine how good he was at dunking. Q20: Before the 1967-'68 season, the NCAA announced it was banning the ____ ____ shot from all competitions. In their words, it "was not a skillful shot," and the rules committee said they issued the ban partly due to injury concerns. Their report cited 1,500 events where a player was hurt around the backboard during the previous year. While the NCAA never admitted it explicitly, it is widely believed that the ban was enacted because of UCLA's X who performed the shot over his opponents with his . It was nicknamed the “X rule" by the press, and it prohibited players from making shot. X though still had a stellar season the following year losing only 2 games while winning the championship. The ban was rescinded in the 1976-77 season. Fill in the Blanks and ID X.
  57. 57. Q21: This has been erroneously explained to have its origin from Australia, the first published instance is from an American source in the year 1853.Ostensibly the term comes from the notion of justice proceeding "by leaps", –similar to an X in other words, "jumping over" evidence that would be in favour of the defendant. Name the Term.
  58. 58. Q21: This has been erroneously explained to have its origin from Australia, the first published instance is from an American source in the year 1853.Ostensibly the term comes from the notion of justice proceeding "by leaps", –similar to an X in other words, "jumping over" evidence that would be in favour of the defendant. Name the Term. A: Kangaroo Courts
  59. 59. Q22: There has been doubt about the first one to hold the position. Treasury Bill was rumoured to have held the position in 1924 but many people regard Peter as the first one to have held the position from 1929. Arguably the most famous one was Wilberforce who served in the position in the 80s. The current one Larry, was hired in 2011 but was sacked from 2012-2014 only to be rehired. Which position is this?
  60. 60. A: Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Q22: There has been doubt about the first one to hold the position. Treasury Bill was rumoured to have held the position in 1924 but many people regard Peter as the first one to have held the position from 1929. Arguably the most famous one was Wilberforce who served in the position in the 80s. The current one Larry, was hired in 2011 but was sacked from 2012-2014 only to be rehired. Which position is this?
  61. 61. Let’s take a break.  Scores Please harsh.hegde1998@gmail.com
  62. 62. 3. Theme Round • 8 Questions • If you give me a extremely close answer I will give you another chance and will not give you negatives • In order of Teams getting in Right +50/-20, +40/-10, +30/-5, +20/-0, • Clues to the theme will be underlined, some of the clues will need a translation to Marathi/ Hindi preferably but not necesarrily. • Clues which may need translation will be Italicised
  63. 63. Q1:A fictional language Kilikili (also referred to as Kiliki) has been created by Madhan Karky . Basic words were first made up and opposites were represented by word reversals - me was min and you was nim. The language which introduced 100 new words was called "Click" to highlight its simplicity. This formed the foundation for Kiliki. Kilikili consists of at least 750 words and more than 40 concrete grammar rules The language was created keeping in mind that the language was supposed to be used by terrifying people. For example, the Kiliki word for 'blood' is 'brrusla', with emphasis on the rolled Rs to make it sound primal and aggressive. Where did we hear this language for the first time two years back? ( exact answer)
  64. 64. Q1:A fictional language Kilikili (also referred to as Kiliki) has been created by Madhan Karky . Basic words were first made up and opposites were represented by word reversals - me was min and you was nim. The language which introduced 100 new words was called "Click" to highlight its simplicity. This formed the foundation for Kiliki. Kilikili consists of at least 750 words and more than 40 concrete grammar rules The language was created keeping in mind that the language was supposed to be used by terrifying people. For example, the Kiliki word for 'blood' is 'brrusla', with emphasis on the rolled Rs to make it sound primal and aggressive. Where did we hear this language for the first time two years back? ( exact answer) A :Baahubali: The Beginning
  65. 65. Q2: Vincent Ford known as Tata ran a Soup Kitchen in Trenchtown, Kingston from the early 60s till his death in December 2008. In the 70’s his kitchen was going into a loss but from 1975 onwards, he suddenly started receiving large sums of money continually which kept his kitchen open until his death. This though unofficial, is the widely believed story behind what? How did he get the money?
  66. 66. The official credits of No Woman No Cry were given to Vincent by his friend Bob Marley
  67. 67. Q3: HMS Hermes was a conventional British aircraft carrier and the last of the Centaur class. Hermes was in service with the Royal Navy from 1959 until 1984, and she served as the flagship of the British forces during the 1982 Falklands War. During the Falkland War as she was the RN's largest carrier, she was considered too valuable to risk close into the Falklands, due to the possibility of Argentine air force attacks. How do we know the HMS Hermes as?
  68. 68. Q3: HMS Hermes was a conventional British aircraft carrier and the last of the Centaur class. Hermes was in service with the Royal Navy from 1959 until 1984, and she served as the flagship of the British forces during the 1982 Falklands War. During the Falkland War as she was the RN's largest carrier, she was considered too valuable to risk close into the Falklands, due to the possibility of Argentine air force attacks. How do we know the HMS Hermes as? A: INS Viraat
  69. 69. Q4: Tamil Nadu Government Multi-Super-Speciality Hospital is a 400-bed government-owned super-speciality hospital in Chennai, India. It is located at the Omandurar Government Estate on Anna Salai and was opened in February 2014 as a referral hospital, similar to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi, built at a cost of ₹ 1,431.4 million. The medical complex was inaugurated in 2010 by then PM Manmohan Singh but was originally built to serve another purpose, which it served for one year till 2011 after which it was converted to a Government College and Hospital. What was it originally built to serve as?
  70. 70. A: Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly AIADMK shifted the assembly back to the old one because DMK built this. Q4: Tamil Nadu Government Multi-Super-Speciality Hospital is a 400-bed government-owned super-speciality hospital in Chennai, India. It is located at the Omandurar Government Estate on Anna Salai and was opened in February 2014 as a referral hospital, similar to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in New Delhi, built at a cost of ₹ 1,431.4 million. The medical complex was inaugurated in 2010 by then PM Manmohan Singh but was originally built to serve another purpose, which it served for one year till 2011 after which it was converted to a Government College and Hospital. What was it originally built to serve as?
  71. 71. Q5: Some scholars suggest it was X's way to compensate for developing destructive forces. Two of his main inventions were used violently during his lifetime. One was used in war and the Irish Republican Brotherhood, an Irish nationalist organization, carried out attacks with the other in the 1880s. X was also instrumental in turning Y from an iron and steel producer into an armaments company when he owned it for two years The name Y originates from the hammering trip hammer mill “Y”, which was founded as a royal state-owned company in 1646 Who is X? How did he compensate for developing destructive forces? What is Y?
  72. 72. A: X: Alfred Nobel , He compensated by instituting the Nobel Peace Prize Y: Bofors Q5: Some scholars suggest it was X's way to compensate for developing destructive forces. Two of his main inventions were used violently during his lifetime. One was used in war and the Irish Republican Brotherhood, an Irish nationalist organization, carried out attacks with the other in the 1880s. X was also instrumental in turning Y from an iron and steel producer into an armaments company when he owned it for two years The name Y originates from the hammering trip hammer mill “Y”, which was founded as a royal state-owned company in 1646 Who is X? How did he compensate for developing destructive forces? What is Y?
  73. 73. Q6: X is a 2008 Bollywood fantasy adventure superhero film directed by Goldie Behl, starring Abhishek Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Kay Kay Menon and Jaya Bachchan. X's special effects shots were worked on by EyeQube headed by Charles Darby and David Bush. The movie features Indian martial arts such as Kalaripayattu, Chhau, Gatka, and sword fighting. The story is about a young man learning that he is the latest in line of a dynasty of ancestral warriors dedicated to guarding a mystic source of cosmic energy, and the time has come for him to take the role. Made on a budget of 45 crores the film earned less than 15 crores and was a disaster at the box office. What is X?
  74. 74. Q6: X is a 2008 Bollywood fantasy adventure superhero film directed by Goldie Behl, starring Abhishek Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Kay Kay Menon and Jaya Bachchan. X's special effects shots were worked on by EyeQube headed by Charles Darby and David Bush. The movie features Indian martial arts such as Kalaripayattu, Chhau, Gatka, and sword fighting. The story is about a young man learning that he is the latest in line of a dynasty of ancestral warriors dedicated to guarding a mystic source of cosmic energy, and the time has come for him to take the role. Made on a budget of 45 crores the film earned less than 15 crores and was a disaster at the box office. What is X? A: Drona
  75. 75. Q7: Rashmirathi is a Hindi epic written in 1952, by the Hindi poet Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar'. The work is centered around the life of X. The present Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi wrote a message appreciating the translation of Rashmirathi into English by the Mauritian cultural activist Leela Gujadhur Sarup by writing, "The story of 'a man blessed by the Gods but rejected by Destiny', Rashmirathi is the magnum opus of the Poet laureate of India, Ramdhari Singh, known to all as Dinkar. Reproducing its original in moving English poetry has been a labor of love for Mrs Leela Sarup, taking her years to do it justice.” Who is this poem about?
  76. 76. Q7: Rashmirathi is a Hindi epic written in 1952, by the Hindi poet Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar'. The work is centered around the life of X. The present Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi wrote a message appreciating the translation of Rashmirathi into English by the Mauritian cultural activist Leela Gujadhur Sarup by writing, "The story of 'a man blessed by the Gods but rejected by Destiny', Rashmirathi is the magnum opus of the Poet laureate of India, Ramdhari Singh, known to all as Dinkar. Reproducing its original in moving English poetry has been a labor of love for Mrs. Leela Sarup, taking her years to do it justice. Who is this poem about? A: Karna
  77. 77. Q8: Russian-designed T-90 tanks are India's main battle tank over the next three decades. The successor to the T-72 tanks, the T-90 - renamed X is the one of the most advanced tanks in the world. It has night fighting capability and can fire guided missiles from its turret. t is also designed to ensure protection of crew from radio- activity in the event of a nuclear attack. The production of these tanks is handed locally by a Heavy Vehicles Factory in Avadi. According to army sources, the tank has been named after the legendary warrior X as the tanks can survive any great attack and are hence immortal. What are the tanks named?
  78. 78. Q8: Russian-designed T-90 tanks are India's main battle tank over the next three decades. The successor to the T-72 tanks, the T-90 - renamed X is the one of the most advanced tanks in the world. It has night fighting capability and can fire guided missiles from its turret. t is also designed to ensure protection of crew from radio- activity in the event of a nuclear attack. The production of these tanks is handed locally by a Heavy Vehicles Factory in Avadi. According to army sources, the tank has been named after the legendary warrior X as the tanks can survive any great attack and are hence immortal. What are the tanks named? A A: Bhishma
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  83. 83. Q1: John Jairo Velasquez aka Popeye was Pablo Escobar’s hitman responsible for the death of 300-3000 people. After serving in prison for 22 years he was released in 2015. While giving a news interview he claimed that X was one of Escobar’s key contacts who would deliver drug trafficking information by letter to Fidel and Raul Castro in order to bridge the gap to Miami via Cuba. He said that in the letters delivered , Pablo had requested Fidel to provide him a unique mode of transport to traffick his cocaine. Popeye later clarified that his statement was by no means linking X with the actual drug trafficking network, but merely stating that he “served as a link by delivering letters.” and that Fidel and Raul Castro were the real drug traffickers. Who is X? What mode of transport did Pablo request for?
  84. 84. Q1: John Jairo Velasquez aka Popeye was Pablo Escobar’s hitman responsible for the death of 300-3000 people. After serving in prison for 22 years he was released in 2015. While giving a news interview he claimed that X was one of Escobar’s key contacts who would deliver drug trafficking information by letter to Fidel and Raul Castro in order to bridge the gap to Miami via Cuba. He said that in the letters delivered , Pablo had requested Fidel to provide him a unique mode of transport to traffick his cocaine. Popeye later clarified that his statement was by no means linking X with the actual drug trafficking network, but merely stating that he “served as a link by delivering letters.” and that Fidel and Raul Castro were the real drug traffickers. Who is X? What mode of transport did Pablo request for? A: X= Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo requested for Submarines.
  85. 85. Q2: Transient Diaphragmatic Spasm is a condition that occurs when sudden force is applied to the abdomen which puts pressure on the solar plexus. This often happens in contact sports, a forceful blow to the abdomen, or by falling on the back. It results in a temporary paralysis of the diaphragm that makes it difficult to breathe. This sudden pushing out of the residual oxygen can lead to anxiety and there may be residual pain from the original blow, but the condition typically clears spontaneously in a minute or two. What 7 word Term is used to describe this scientific term commonly?
  86. 86. A: Getting the Wind knocked out of you. Q2: Transient Diaphragmatic Spasm is a condition that occurs when sudden force is applied to the abdomen which puts pressure on the solar plexus. This often happens in contact sports, a forceful blow to the abdomen, or by falling on the back. It results in a temporary paralysis of the diaphragm that makes it difficult to breathe. This sudden pushing out of the residual oxygen can lead to anxiety and there may be residual pain from the original blow, but the condition typically clears spontaneously in a minute or two. What 7 word Term is used to describe this scientific term commonly?
  87. 87. Q3: Shown here is a luxury hotel resort located in Dubai. It was the first resort to be built at a particular location in Dubai. Due to the location of the hotel on a particular geographical feature and the feature’s similarity with a myth, it is named after a certain mythological/literary feature. Name the hotel.
  88. 88. A: Atlantis , named after the fictional island as it is located on Palm Dubai Q3: Shown here is a luxury hotel resort located in Dubai. It was the first resort to be built at a particular location in Dubai. Due to the location of the hotel on a particular geographical feature and the feature’s similarity with a myth, it is named after a certain mythological/literary feature. Name the hotel.
  89. 89. Q4: 3-2-1 Contact is an American science educational television show that aired on PBS from 1980 to 1988, and an adjoining children's magazine. Who is this here in 1980 appearing on one of the episodes? Which American character is she appearing as? (Video Removed)
  90. 90. A: Sarah Jessica Parker as Annie. Q4: 3-2-1 Contact is an American science educational television show that aired on PBS from 1980 to 1988, and an adjoining children's magazine. Who is this here in 1980 appearing on one of the episodes? Which American character is she appearing as?
  91. 91. Q5: This governed by Law 37 of the laws of cricket, and is a rare occasion in the history of cricket, there have been only one instance in Test matches and six occasions in One Day International (ODI) games. The first time it occurred in Test’s was with Len Hutton at The Oval during the fifth test of South Africa's tour of England in 1951. In ODI’s Ramiz Raja was part of the occurrence for the first time in 1987. Pakistani’s have been very good at this with 4 occurences in ODI’s the most famous being during an India Pakistan Match in 2006. What occurrence is this? Who was the protagonist during the 2006 incident? Who is the first one in T20I’s?
  92. 92. Q5: This governed by Law 37 of the laws of cricket, and is a rare occasion in the history of cricket, there have been only one instance in Test matches and six occasions in One Day International (ODI) games. The first time it occurred in Test’s was with Len Hutton at The Oval during the fifth test of South Africa's tour of England in 1951. In ODI’s Ramiz Raja was part of the occurrence for the first time in 1987. Pakistani’s have been very good at this with 4 occurences in ODI’s the most famous being during an India Pakistan Match in 2006. What occurrence is this? Who was the protagonist during the 2006 incident? Who is the first one in T20I’s? A: Given out for obstruction of field. Jason Roy was the first one in T20I’s and 2006 was of course Inzi.
  93. 93. Q6: This device was invented in 1869 by Thomas Alva Edison. Edison was granted a patent (US 90646) for this device in the year 1869. Interestingly, this was the first patent granted to Edison. The Chairman of a committee to whom Edison had given the demonstration, commented, “…if there is any invention on Earth that we don’t want down here, that is it.” Edison was frustrated and vowed that he would never again invent anything which was not wanted. Only in 1881 was Anthony Beranek’s version of this device accepted by the committee. This device is now used all over the world to reduce complexities and environmental problems associated with the cause. What device/machine was this?
  94. 94. Q6: This device was invented in 1869 by Thomas Alva Edison. Edison was granted a patent (US 90646) for this device in the year 1869. Interestingly, this was the first patent granted to Edison. The Chairman of a committee to whom Edison had given the demonstration, commented, “…if there is any invention on Earth that we don’t want down here, that is it.” Edison was frustrated and vowed that he would never again invent anything which was not wanted. Only in 1881 was Anthony Beranek’s version of this device accepted by the committee. This device is now used all over the world to reduce complexities and environmental problems associated with the cause. What device/machine was this? A: Electronic Voting Machine
  95. 95. Q7:In the scorching summer heat, fire trucks sprayed water on the crowds to cool them. At least 10 people were trampled to death, more than 400 were badly hurt and several thousand more were treated for injuries sustained in the ensuing pandemonium. Western agencies estimated that 2-3 million people attended this event. Officials postponed the first attempt after a huge mob stormed the event, destroying the equipment used to transport X in order to get a last glimpse of X. In some cases, armed soldiers were compelled to fire warning shots in the air to restrain the crowds. At one point, X fell to the ground and the crowd removed the shroud off X leaving X exposed, the crowd also ripped off pieces of X, trying to keep them as if they were holy relics. ID X
  96. 96. A: Irans’s Ruhollah Khomeini’s dead body. Q7:In the scorching summer heat, fire trucks sprayed water on the crowds to cool them. At least 10 people were trampled to death, more than 400 were badly hurt and several thousand more were treated for injuries sustained in the ensuing pandemonium. Western agencies estimated that 2-3 million people attended this event. Officials postponed the first attempt after a huge mob stormed the event, destroying the equipment used to transport X in order to get a last glimpse of X. In some cases, armed soldiers were compelled to fire warning shots in the air to restrain the crowds. At one point, X fell to the ground and the crowd removed the shroud off X leaving X exposed, the crowd also ripped off pieces of X, trying to keep them as if they were holy relics. ID X
  97. 97. Q8: Société des Bains de Mer(SBM) is a publicly traded company registered in X. This company manages and owns the ______. The Qatari Diar owns 7% of this company. In 1953 the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis bought up the shares of SBM via the use of front companies in the tax haven of Panama and took control of the organisation. In 1967 Due to differences with the X Government, Onassis sold his holdings in SBM to the government for $9.5 million ($271 million as of 2015), and left the country. SBM opened its first non-European establishment on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in September 2011. Fill in the Blank and give X
  98. 98. A: Monte Carlo Casinos, Monaco Q8: Société des Bains de Mer(SBM) is a publicly traded company registered in X. This company manages and owns the ______. The Qatari Diar owns 7% of this company. In 1953 the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis bought up the shares of SBM via the use of front companies in the tax haven of Panama and took control of the organisation. In 1967 Due to differences with the X Government, Onassis sold his holdings in SBM to the government for $9.5 million ($271 million as of 2015), and left the country. SBM opened its first non-European establishment on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in September 2011. Fill in the Blank and give X
  99. 99. Q9: The empathy for the characters has nothing to do with their story. I did not want to go through the dialogue, tell the story of my characters… The problem is not who they are, who they pretend to be or where they come from. The only question I was interested in was: Will they get out of it? Will they be killed by the next bomb while trying to join the mole? Or will they be crushed by a boat while crossing? Who on What?
  100. 100. Q10: Nobel Prize winner Abdus Salam’s gravestone was defaced on his 20th death anniversary in 2016. What was defaced and Why?
  101. 101. A: The word “Muslim” He is an Ahmadi Muslim According to the 2nd Amendment to the Pakistani constitution, Ahmadi Muslims are not Muslims Q10: Nobel Prize winner Abdus Salam’s gravestone was defaced on his 20th death anniversary in 2016. What was defaced and Why?
  102. 102. Q11: According to the X Society of Brazil, Pope Francis is a fan of X’s writings, They say -Cardinal Bergoglio (as he was then) mentioned X's writings in a sermon in 2008, when - talking about life being an ongoing journey of hope - he compared the journeys of Y and Z to those of Aeneas, Odysseus and Biblical characters such as Abraham and the Israelites in the wilderness. On January 31, 2014 the official newspaper of the Vatican "L'Osservatore Romano" published a related text theology of the X’s most famous novel. This fandom according to many might have also be due to the fact that X was a devout Roman Catholic who called his novel a fundamentally religious and Catholic work with religious element absorbed into the story. ID X, either of Y or Z.
  103. 103. A: JRR Tolkien, Bilbo and Frodo from LOTR Q11: According to the X Society of Brazil, Pope Francis is a fan of X’s writings, They say -Cardinal Bergoglio (as he was then) mentioned X's writings in a sermon in 2008, when - talking about life being an ongoing journey of hope - he compared the journeys of Y and Z to those of Aeneas, Odysseus and Biblical characters such as Abraham and the Israelites in the wilderness. On January 31, 2014 the official newspaper of the Vatican "L'Osservatore Romano" published a related text theology of the X’s most famous novel. This fandom according to many might have also be due to the fact that X was a devout Roman Catholic who called his novel a fundamentally religious and Catholic work with religious element absorbed into the story. ID X, either of Y or Z.
  104. 104. Q12:Founded by Stepan Pachikov, this is a suite of software and services. It has an animal as its logo. To the question- “Why that particular animal as the logo?”, it has been suggested, and is probably implied, that the answer can be found in the book title of an Agatha Christie novel featuring Hercule Poirot, or the alternate name of the 1939 Oliver Hardy movie called Zenobia- both of which may have been derived from a popular belief. Which suite of software and services am I talking about?
  105. 105. A: Evernote, elephant logo. Q12:Founded by Stepan Pachikov, this is a suite of software and services. It has an animal as its logo. To the question- “Why that particular animal as the logo?”, it has been suggested, and is probably implied, that the answer can be found in the book title of an Agatha Christie novel featuring Hercule Poirot, or the alternate name of the 1939 Oliver Hardy movie called Zenobia- both of which may have been derived from a popular belief. Which suite of software and services am I talking about?
  106. 106. Q13: In 1711 Joseph Addison mentioned about it in his essay in The Spectator. He called them ____ _____ because they looked like something used to ring a certain equipment used in churches to call worshippers and because they were noiseless. Fill in the Blanks.
  107. 107. A: Dumb Bells, Dumb=Noiseless. Q13: In 1711 Joseph Addison mentioned about it in his essay in The Spectator. He called them ____ _____ because they looked like something used to ring a certain equipment used in churches to call worshippers and because they were noiseless. Fill in the Blanks.
  108. 108. Q14:Jamal Ibrahim, an Egyptian was in his 20s when a baby girl was born into his family. Strangely enough. He named his daughter X, he is said to have called her X because he was so happy with the role played by X in organising protests in Tahrir Square and other cities throughout Egypt. The girl's full name is X Jamal Ibrahim. Following President Hosni Mubarak's resignation graffiti was daubed across the capital city, Cairo, saying 'Thank you X'.
  109. 109. A: Facebook Q14:Jamal Ibrahim, an Egyptian was in his 20s when a baby girl was born into his family. Strangely enough. He named his daughter X, he is said to have called her X because he was so happy with the role played by X in organising protests in Tahrir Square and other cities throughout Egypt. The girl's full name is X Jamal Ibrahim. Following President Hosni Mubarak's resignation graffiti was daubed across the capital city, Cairo, saying 'Thank you X'.
  110. 110. Q15:Jay Asher is an American writer of contemporary. The novels written by him include The Future of Us and What Light. But Jay is most famous for writing a 2011 New York Time Best-Seller which has brought him critical acclaim and possibly enormous money. Which novel, one that was very recently banned in a school district in Colorado for what it allegedly inspired, did Jay write? What did it allegedly inspire?
  111. 111. Q15:Jay Asher is an American writer of contemporary. The novels written by him include The Future of Us and What Light. But Jay is most famous for writing a 2011 New York Time Best-Seller which has brought him critical acclaim and possibly enormous money. Which novel, one that was very recently banned in a school district in Colorado for what it allegedly inspired, did Jay write? What did it allegedly inspire? A: 13 Reasons Why
  112. 112. Q16:Richard N. Williams was a noted tennis player of his time, who won the US Open in 1914 and 1916 and the Wimbledon in 1920. Born in Switzerland, he was coached by his father since he was 12 years of age. His became World number 2 in 1916, and World no 4 in 1923 – eventually going on to win Gold in Mixed Doubles at 1924 Paris Olympics. However, at one time, his career was at great risk, thanks to his legs turning purple as a result of restricted blood supply to them – to an extent that doctors had considered their amputation. But a determined Richard refused the same and told that he would walk regularly until he was fine. What was the reason for this amputation that put his career in jeopardy?
  113. 113. A: The sinking of the RMS Titanic! Although Williams travelled as a first class passenger and did escape in a lifeboat he was exposed to the cold water of the Atlantic for enough time to cause a frostbite in his legs – which if caused mostly calls for their amputation. Q16:Richard N. Williams was a noted tennis player of his time, who won the US Open in 1914 and 1916 and the Wimbledon in 1920. Born in Switzerland, he was coached by his father since he was 12 years of age. He became World number 2 in 1916, and World no 4 in 1923 – eventually going on to win Gold in Mixed Doubles at 1924 Paris Olympics. However, at one time, his career was at great risk, thanks to his legs turning purple as a result of restricted blood supply to them – to an extent that doctors had considered their amputation. But a determined Richard refused the same and told that he would walk regularly until he was fine. What was the reason for this amputation that put his career in jeopardy?
  114. 114. Q17: Kashi ka X is a 2004 Hindi novel written by Kashinath Singh. The novel goes through the events in 1990 and 1998 including Ram Janmabhoomi movement and Mandal Commission implementation. In 2015 a film Y, starring Sunny Deol, loosely based on this novel was made by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, a satire on the commercialisation of the piligrimage city, and fake gurus who lure foreign tourists. The film was banned in 2015 by a Delhi Court for “hurting religious sentiments”. X is a Ghat in Varanasi known for being a place where long-term foreign students, researchers, and tourists live. Hindus believe that it was at X Ghat that Tulsidas left for his heavenly abode. The name Y is derived from the fact that the film is based in a locality by the Ghat. ID Film, X and Y.
  115. 115. Q17: Kashi ka X is a 2004 Hindi novel written by Kashinath Singh. The novel goes through the events in 1990 and 1998 including Ram Janmabhoomi movement and Mandal Commission implementation. In 2015 a film Y, starring Sunny Deol, loosely based on this novel was made by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, a satire on the commercialisation of the piligrimage city, and fake gurus who lure foreign tourists. The film was banned in 2015 by a Delhi Court for “hurting religious sentiments”. X is a Ghat in Varanasi known for being a place where long-term foreign students, researchers, and tourists live. Hindus believe that it was at Assi Ghat that Tulsidas left for his heavenly abode. The name Y is derived from the fact that the film is based in a locality by the Ghat. ID X and Y. A: X=Assi, Y= Mohalla Assi
  116. 116. Q18: This Club was an early 18th-century English club in London with strong political and literary associations, committed to the furtherance of Whig objectives, meeting at the Trumpet tavern in London, and at Water Oakley in the Berkshire countryside. The first meetings were held at a tavern in Shire Lane run by an innkeeper called Christopher Catling, he gave his name to famous mutton pies served at his tavern which formed a standing dish at meetings of the club; the pie is thus itself sometimes regarded as the origin of the club's name. What is the Club Name said to be the origin for?
  117. 117. A: Kit Kat derived from Kit Cat Club as Christopher(Kit) Catling(Cat). Q18: This Club was an early 18th-century English club in London with strong political and literary associations, committed to the furtherance of Whig objectives, meeting at the Trumpet tavern in London, and at Water Oakley in the Berkshire countryside. The first meetings were held at a tavern in Shire Lane run by an innkeeper called Christopher Catling, he gave his name to famous mutton pies served at his tavern which formed a standing dish at meetings of the club; the pie is thus itself sometimes regarded as the origin of the club's name. What is the Club Name said to be the origin for?
  118. 118. Q19:Balu Natarajan, who currently works a sports medicine physician, was the first to achieve this unique feat back in 1985. What unique achievement is this, one that has got a lot of people irked over the past few years but at the same time left an enormous amount of people proud. You might have seen some of this backlash online in recent days?
  119. 119. A: First Indian American winner of Scripps Spelling Bee Q19:Balu Natarajan, who currently works a sports medicine physician, was the first to achieve this unique feat back in 1985. What unique achievement is this, one that has got a lot of people irked over the past few years but at the same time left an enormous amount of people proud. You might have seen some of this backlash online in recent days?
  120. 120. Q20: Sam Stoller and Martin Glickman were two American athletes who went to the 1936 Olympics as part of the US Track and Field team in the 4*100 m relay. In 1998, the then-president of the U.S. Olympic Committee, William J. Hybl, honored Glickman and the memory of Sam Stoller, who had died in 1983, by presenting Glickman with a plaque "in lieu of the gold medals they didn’t win“. This despite the fact that the US Team had won the event with a world record time. Why didn’t they win the medals that they were supposed? And what did Them not winning the medal famously achieve for someone else?
  121. 121. Q20: Sam Stoller and Martin Glickman were two American athletes who went to the 1936 Olympics as part of the US Track and Field team in the 4*100 m relay. In 1998, the then-president of the U.S. Olympic Committee, William J. Hybl, honored Glickman and the memory of Sam Stoller, who had died in 1983, by presenting Glickman with a plaque "in lieu of the gold medals they didn’t win“. This despite the fact that the US Team had won the event with a world record time. Why didn’t they win the medals that they were supposed? And what did Them not winning the medal famously achieve for someone else? A:They were Jews and hence were pulled out of the team on the morning of the event to please the Germans. They were replaced by Ralph Metcalfe and Jesse Owens- who won his 4th Gold Medal in that Olympics
  122. 122. Q21:The person pictured here is famous for creating the X in March 1988 somewhere in South USA. He got into a lot of legal as well as social trouble due to his creation of X including an infamous case which was brought into notice after two decades of his death in 1992. What is X? or What is he famous for?
  123. 123. Q21:The person pictured here is famous for creating the X in March 1988 somewhere in South USA. He got into a lot of legal as well as social trouble due to his creation of X including an infamous case which was brought into notice after two decades of his death in 1992. What is X? or What is he famous for? A: X= Dallas Buyers Club , famous for the movie of course.
  124. 124. Q22: In 1999, a Pakistani reconnaissance aircraft named Atlantique veered into Indian air space in the Kutch region of Gujarat, despite warnings. Two MiG-21s took off and shot it down killing all 16 on board. This was the last instance of something . Which is the current?
  125. 125. Q22: In 1999, a Pakistani reconnaissance aircraft named Atlantique veered into Indian air space in the Kutch region of Gujarat, despite warnings. Two MiG-21s took off and shot it down killing all 16 on board. This was the last instance of something . Which is the current? A: India Vs Pakistan at the International Court of Justice
  126. 126. Q23: One Night in Turin is a 2010 British documentary film directed by Y. The documentary is about the England football team during 1990 FIFA World Cup and left the nation undone by West Germany on penalties in the semi-final. It looks at the socio-political context of the event as well as how it changed people's perception of the England team. The film revisits the iconic footballing footage: Paul Gascoigne's tears, Gary Lineker's goals, Lineker mouthing to the touchline after Gascoigne's yellow card against West Germany. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher backing a proposal to stop England fans going to Italy. It climaxes with the night at the now demolished Stadio delle Alpi in Turin when they lost the semi-final to West Germany on penalties. Why Y is he in news as of late due to similar filmmaking?
  127. 127. Q23: One Night in X is a 2010 British documentary film directed by Y. The documentary is about the England football team during 1990 FIFA World Cup and left the nation undone by West Germany on penalties in the semi- final. It looks at the socio-political context of the event as well as how it changed people's perception of the England team. The film revisits the iconic footballing footage: Paul Gascoigne's tears, Gary Lineker's goals, Lineker mouthing to the touchline after Gascoigne's yellow card against West Germany. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher backing a proposal to stop England fans going to Italy. It climaxes with the night at the now demolished Stadio delle Alpi in Y when they lost the semi-final to West Germany on penalties. Who is Y? Why is he in news as of late due to similar filmmaking?
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