Towns, villages named after Business/BusinessesSnapdeal.com
Jalesar, a small town with a population ofaround 40,000 in Etah district UP. A particularproduct exported to different parts of theworld, especially countries known for breedingcattle. What is the famous export?
Companies started by Lawyers/Law School Dropouts
Gordon Murray, chief designer at Motor RacingDevelopments, better known as Brabham, aBritish racing car manufacturer, spent all hisdays agonizing over problem that plagued manymechanical engineers in the industry – How todesign a car that would outpace the others andwin the championship at Formula One. What didhe do achieve it?
He introduced the Pit Stop. He realized that thecar can be made faster, if it is lighter. The car canbecome light only if it reduces the amount offuel. So the solution was planned stops forrefueling. The speed gained by a light car couldoffset the time spent for refueling if it could becompleted within 26 secs. This was the birth ofsuper fast Pit Stops
What is the significance of this story for Indian Business?Part - 1The Hindus go to perform their rites in a sacred Brahmin temple under thehigh priest, Nilakantha. Nilakanthas daughter _______and her servantMallika are left behind and go down to the river to gather flowers wherethey sing the famous "Flower Duet." As they approach the water at the riverbank, ______removes her jewellery and places it on a bench. A party ofBritish officers, Frederic and Gérald, arrive nearby while on a picnic with twoBritish girls and their governess. The British girls see the jewellery andrequest sketches: Gérald volunteers to stay and make sketches of thejewellery. He sees ______ and Mallika returning and hides. Mallika leaves_______for a while; while alone ______ sees Gérald and, frightened by theforeigners incursion, cries out for help. However, simultaneously, she isintrigued and so she sends away those who had responded to her call forhelp when they come to her rescue. ______and Gérald begin to fall in lovewith each other. Nilakantha returns and learns of the British officerstrespassing and vows revenge on him for his affront to _______ honour.
Part -2At a bazaar, Nilakantha forces _______to sing (Bell Song) inorder to lure the trespasser into identifying himself. WhenGérald steps forward, ________faints, thus giving him away.Nilakantha stabs Gérald, wounding him. _____takes Gérald toa secret hideout in the forest where she nurses him back tohealth.Part- 3While ______fetches sacred water that will confirm the vowsof the lovers, Fréderic, a fellow British officer, appears beforeGérald and reminds him of his duty to his regiment. After_____returns, she senses the change in Gérald and realisesthat she has lost him. She dies with honour, rather than livewith dishonour, killing herself by eating the poisonous daturaleaf.
The House of Gushongohas a fashion apparel withthe initials RGM. Who is ita tribute to.
A watch released by Roman Jerome to commemorate what?
The Indian Paint companies are strengtheningtheir production of blue and white shades dueto an announcement made. Why were thecolors chosen and what was the announcement.
West Bengal Government announcing therepainting of the city in these two colours intune with their motto “Sky is the limit”.
What did Garnet Hertz come up with?Garnet Hertz talking about something he came upwith : “I had seen an image of “Role Playing” that was in a similar format before I made my image - I immediately saw that the format could be adapted to many different topics, and I chose contemporary art since that’s what I do. I had been working on a proposal for a couple of weeks, and took a 15 minute break to make the image. I slightly modified the format of the Role Playing image and uploaded it”
Steve Jobs This years Lifetime Achievement Award recipients are Allman Brothers Band, Glen Campbell, Antonio Carlos Jobim, George Jones, the Memphis Horns, Diana Ross, and Gil Scott-Heron; this years Trustees Award honorees are Dave Bartholomew, Steve Jobs and Rudy Van Gelder; and Celemony and Roger Nichols are this years Technical GRAMMY Award honorees.
Who about what?“On a trip to Japan in the early 1980s, _____ askedSony’s chairman Akio Morita why everyone in thecompany’s factories wore uniforms. He told ____that after the war, no one had any clothes, andcompanies like Sony had to give their workerssomething to wear each day. Over the years, theuniforms developed their own signatures styles,especially at companies such as Sony, and it becamea way of bonding workers to the company. “Idecided that I wanted that type of bonding for mycompany,” ______ recalled”
Steve Jobs, as to why he started wearing turtle neck
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The Sunday Times named him as one of Britainsmost influential expatriates on 27 November2005: “he may not be the richest or the mostsenior figure on the list, but he has certainlybeen one of the most influential as the man whodesigned the ____. Who