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Jaquizzi , Chapter 24.

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  • Prelims. 15 Questions. Top 10 teams progress to the next round. No negatives. Starred questions will be used to break ties. If it fails, the tied teams may wrestle it out. Honesty is the best policy. Quizmaster is the Boss, and the Boss is ALWAYS Right.
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  • • On October 11, 1980, the Indian Express published a news item "10 undertrials blame police for losing sight." It concerned a habeas corpus petition moved in the Supreme Court on behalf of undertrial prisoners in Bhagalpur jail in Bihar who "alleged that the police deprived them of their eyesight by using acid". Which National award winning movie took inspiration from this incident? 13.
  • • This village was occupied by the Bhanjara (local community) of the Periya clan, which used to live in the houses made of mud and other raw materials available in the forest. This community made a wall or mound of yellow mud around their locality in order to secure their house from wild animals, as that area was a dense forest, and hence its name. Name please? 14.
  • • According to Atal Behari Vajpayee, he’s the most famous “Uncle” in India after Chacha Nehru. *15.
  • Answers
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  • Leslie Claudius.
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  • Draupadi.
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  • Marching out of the last British Military units on 26th January 1948.
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  • Same Language Subtitles.
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  • Bangalore.
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  • Britishers crushing the rebellions of 1857.
  • • On October 11, 1980, the Indian Express published a news item "10 undertrials blame police for losing sight." It concerned a habeas corpus petition moved in the Supreme Court on behalf of undertrial prisoners in Bhagalpur jail in Bihar who "alleged that the police deprived them of their eyesight by using acid". Which National award winning movie took inspiration from this incident? 13.
  • • This village was occupied by the Bhanjara (local community) of the Periya clan, which used to live in the houses made of mud and other raw materials available in the forest. This community made a wall or mound of yellow mud around their locality in order to secure their house from wild animals, as that area was a dense forest, and hence its name. Name please? 14.
  • Pilibhit.
  • • According to Atal Behari Vajpayee, he’s the most famous “Uncle” in India after Chacha Nehru. *15.
  • Uncle Pai (Anant Pai)
  • Finals Staring Soon.
  • Infinite Bounce. 25 Questions. +10 on a correct answer. +20/-10 on supercharge.
  • Connect.
  • X is a fried or baked pastry with a savory filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas, lentils, ground lamb, ground beef or ground chicken. Its size and consistency may vary, but typically, it is distinctly triangular. Etymology suggests that the word X is derived from the Persian word Sangbosa.
  • Samosa
  • What is the number of ice-cream flavours Baskin Robbins offer? Hint : Think of the logo.
  • Where?
  • The Bharat Mata temple at Varanasi is the only temple dedicated to Mother India. It is located in the Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth campus. The Bharat Mata temple was built by Babu Shiv Prasad Gupt and inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1936. What is so peculiar about this temple?
  • Name: Ranjana Sonawane Age: 40 years Address: Tembhli village, Nandurbar district, Maharashtra Education: Class IV (illiterate) Marital status: Married, 3 children Husband’s name: Sadashiv Children: 3 (Umesh (11 years); Hitesh (5 years); Mangesh (toddler)) Profession: Daily wage agricultural labourer Income: Rs. 50 per day House: kuchha Claim to fame: ?
  • First person to be allotted a UID number
  • While Gordon Ramsay could only manage one before giving up, Anandita Dutta Tamuli went through 51 of them in a minute, disappointed that she could have done more. The occasion took place in Jorhat, Assam. What did she do?
  • • She ate 51 Bhut Jolokia chillies in a minute, which measures 1,001,304 units on the scoville heat scale
  • Connect.
  • Dorothy Round Little- 1936 Angela Mortimer Barett – 1961 Virginia Wade – 1977 Ladies singles Wimbledon champions b/w Fred Perry in 1946 and Andy Murray in 2013
  • • What “in-the-news” word was popularized by Veer Savarkar in an ideological pamphlet written while imprisoned in Ratnagiri jail, smuggled out of the prison, and published in 1923 by his supporters under his alias “Mahratta”?
  • • Hindutva. The pamphlet was titled Hindutva: Who is a Hindu?
  • Bloopers from what? The Kashmiri boatman topples over. The tractor develops engine trouble. The Taj aerial view accidentally captures the Sand mafia stealing cartloads of sand from the Yamuna banks. Hirwani is stung by a jellyfish as he walks on the beach. The elephant with the mahout decides to sit down and roll in the mud. All of the Bengalis walking out of the metro are smoking Charminar cigarettes. One of the kids in the white coloured dress is wearing a “Che Guevara” shirt while running in to form the tricolour.
  • Mile Sur Mera Tumhara.
  • This town is the residence of one of the 52 Shakti Peethams or one of the 52 body parts of Goddess Shakti, each reincarnated as a seperate Goddess. The temple in this town is dedicated to the tooth of Goddess Shakti, thus giving this town its name. It is also rumoured to have given shelter to Lord Rama, and was known as Dandakaranya in mythology. This town today, however is famous for completely different reasons, nothing of which is auspicious. Id X?
  • Dantewada.
  • • This was possibly the first-ever India-specific marketing campaign. Put together in 1939 by Harvey Duncan of Lintas, the campaign ensured that the palm tree logo became familiar across the country. The campaign also featured innovative packaging - a square 10- pound tin, a round 5-pound tin and a special 1/4 pound tin for sampling, all in a distinctive green-and-yellow combination. For which venerable Indian product was this campaign launched?
  • • Her real name is Nilanjana Sudeshna. A schoolteacher, who found her given name too long, used her nickname instead and it stuck. She wrote under that name; her first work has a character who was supposed to have a “good name” sent by his grandmother in India which gets lost in the mail. Who it is?
  • Jhumpa Lahiri.
  • Name the Device.
  • Chromecast.
  • • Collado Mediano is a town located in the Guadarrama mountains, 48 km north-west from Madrid. Which famous Indian person lives here?
  • Vishwanathan Anand.
  • ID the sculpture.
  • Raj Kapoor in Mera Naam Joker.
  • Print ad for..
  • ID the place.
  • • The world's highest cricket ground in Chail, Himachal Pradesh. Built in 1893 after levelling a hilltop, this cricket pitch is 2444 meters above sea level.
  • • During World War One, large reserves of a particular commodity accumulated in Karnataka because they could not be exported to Europe. On the advice of Sir M Visweshwariah, Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar, the Maharaja of Mysore established a factory in 1916 to manufacture what brand of products?
  • Mysore Sandal Soap.
  • Name the Player.
  • Parthiv Patel
  • This is an old INR 100 currency note. Tell me what has been depicted on it.
  • Hirakund Dam.
  • This world heritage site was built between 1879 and 1881. About 86 kilometres long, it was built to take advantage of the differential pricing of potatoes between two towns, New Jalpaiguri and Siliguri. Which world heritage site?
  • Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.
  • During former times, a captive bird would be released by the local ruler on occasion of a festival like Dussehra and Durga Puja. It is a common bird in the plains of India and also the state bird of Odissa. Name the bird. What is the local name of the bird?
  • Neelkanth.
  • Originally, the name of this Indian city is derived from the local word for paddy land. Traveller Hieun Tsang accounts for its existence during his travels, narrating the existence of a powerful kingdom, which comprised the district and the adjoining areas, ruled by Sasanka. Which city?
  • Dhanbad(Dhan+Bad)
  • ID the advertising company.
  • Lifebouy.
  • His name is Bobby Tufts. Give me his claim to fame.
  • Bobby was only three when he won election last year as the head of Dorset in Minnesota, which has a population of 22 to 28, depending on whether the minister and his family are in town.
  • IDENTIFY.
  • Biki Oberoi
  • Mega Connect 11 slides. Each slide displays a city. Connect the cities to get the final answer. Points on Individual slides : +10/-5 Points for Final answer displayed on each slide. Partial Marks and second chances on QM’s discretion
  • +100/-50
  • +90/-45
  • +80/-40
  • +70/-25
  • +60/-30
  • +50/-25
  • +45/-20
  • +30/-15
  • +20/-10
  • +10
  • 1. Amsterdam 2. Los Angeles 3. Berlin 4. London 5. Helsinki 6. Melbourne 7. Tokyo 8. Moscow 9. Rome 10. Mexico City 11. Munich