Rules::: Team of 3.. blah.. blah.. We're Always Right . (Who said anything about a Quiz?)
*The work has sold out online on Amazon following heavy promotion in student unions across Britain.It is currently selling for 4.69 Pounds on Amazon. What is special about it?
“ The issue is not where the play is performed (and street theatre is only a mode of ensuring that art is available to the people), but the principle issue is the "definite and irresolvable contradiction between the bourgeois individualist view of art and the people's collectivist view of art.” Who is the speaker?
The protagonist, Gabriel Farishta sings a song from which Hindi movie in the opening lines of the book 'Satanic Verses' by Salman Rushdie?
He is credited for jointly introducing the Khaki uniform. A disgraced soldier in the British Indian Army, he was responsible for the execution of the three mughal princes, sons and grandson of Bahadur Shah Zafar. He died after being shot accidentally and his last words were, “I hope I have done my duty.” His body was buried in the garden of La Martiniere Lucknow. His grave and memorial is still located within the grounds of La Martiniere College. He left behind a legacy in the British Army which exists to this day. Who is he and what is his legacy?
He composed the music and sang for two dance sequences in the movie Shatranj ke Khiladi by Satyajit Ray. He has also composed/choreographed for films like “Dil toh Pagal hai” and “Gadar-ek prem katha”. He was spoofed in the movie “Apna Sapna Money Money”. He is?
Complete the List: Maegashira, Komusubi, Sekiwake, Ozeki, ______
This was created from a mix of sounds of walruses, camels, bears, rabbits, tigers and badgers. The individual recordings were mixed at different ratios. One of the most prominent elements in the voice was a black bear named Tarik, from Happy Hollow Zoo in San Jose, California, who passed away in 1994 due to congestive heart failure. What?
The word X is thought to derive from a Tamil word meaning "holding of hand". Another origin of the name of X is said to be from the Persian Sistani word meaning ''where are you''. Identify X.
X is a natural building material made from sand, clay, water, and some kind of fibrous or organic material (sticks, straw, and/or manure), which the builders shape into bricks using frames and dry in the sun. X buildings are similar to cob and mudbrick buildings. Structures made from X are extremely durable and account for some of the oldest existing buildings in the world. In hot climates, compared with wooden buildings, adobe buildings offer significant advantages due to their greater thermal mass, but they are known to be particularly susceptible to earthquake damage.
X was born in a country in one continent, played for a country in another continent, was banned from playing in a country in a 3 rd continent, for playing in a country in a 4 th continent. Who?
Connect. <ul><li>Gets accidentally sliced in half with a chainsaw which was meant to save the town from zombies. </li></ul><ul><li>Dies of Syphillis after getting a Blowjob in a parking lot. </li></ul><ul><li>Gets his head bitten off by Ozzy Osbourne. </li></ul><ul><li>Is killed by Michael Jackson, who, mistaking him for his child, spins him around in joy, sending him crashing through the ceiling. </li></ul><ul><li>Is Drowned by Satan's evil goldfish. </li></ul>
Never Born, Never Died. Only Visited this Planet Earth between Dec 11 1931 – Jan 19 1990. Whose epitaph?
*Noted expert Jonathan Green has speculated that " _______ has worked its way into languages around the world. It has become an alpha-numeric symbol, a hieroglyph, an instant symbol. It mysteriously reappears whenever there's a conflict. There isn’t anything else in history that serves in this way".
X is a pejorative term that refers to a politically unstable country dependent upon limited agriculture and ruled by a small, self-elected, wealthy, corrupt politico-economic plutocracy or oligarchy.The original concept of X was a direct reference to a "servile dictatorship" that abetted (or supported for kickbacks) the exploitation of large-scale plantation agriculture.