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  • 1. GRAY MATTER Finals -By QUEST - DSCE Quiz Club
  • 2. ROUND 1 DRIES (Clockwise) +10/0
  • 3. 1. This movie’s website didn’t give any details on the story line of the film. The site refreshes itself every fifteen minutes & irrespective of whichever section of the website you are on, it comes back to the home page after fifteen minutes. Which movie’s website?
  • 4. Answer : Ghajini
  • 5. 2. This IT company was initially set up as a manufacturer of vegetable ghee, vanaspati, refined oils including salad oil in Maharashtra under the trade names of Kisan, Sunflower & Camel. ID the company.
  • 6. Answer :
  • 7. 3. Connect!
  • 8. Answer : Maximum sixes in Test cricket, ODI’s and T20’s
  • 9. 4. This picture is of a famous American musician and actor Hoagy Carmichael. Novelist ‘X’ decided that his character ‘Y’ should look a little like Carmichael ID X and Y
  • 10. Answer : X-Ian Fleming Y-James Bond
  • 11. 5. What in this world uses MPEG-2 & MPEG-4 digital compression technology & is transmitted using INSAT 4A at 83 degrees east ??
  • 12. Answer :
  • 13. 6. Connect
  • 14. Answer : Phantom Cloud Ghost
  • 15. ROUND 2 DRIES (Anti-Clockwise) +10/0
  • 16. 1. Connect!
  • 17. Answer : Chinese alternatives to YouTube, Google and twitter
  • 18. 2. What gets its name from this animal!?
  • 19. Answer :
  • 20. 3. This letter led to what?
  • 21. Answer : Toilets in Trains..!!
  • 22. 4. David Bradley, the IBM engineer who originally invented X has said over the years that he didn’t intend for the command to be widely used. He had this to say “It was like a five-minute job in doing it. I didn’t realize I was going to create a cultural icon when I did it,” he said. “But I have to share the credit. I may have invented it, but I think Bill made it famous.” ID X
  • 23. Answer :
  • 24. 5. What Originated?
  • 25. Answer : Ferrari’s Logo-The Prancing Horse
  • 26. 6. How do we now know “Backrub” as?
  • 27. Answer :
  • 28. ROUND 3 Categories +15/-5
  • 29. Categories Telecommunication Politics Technology Sports Gadgets Entertainment Round 4
  • 30. Alone in a room in his home in Bonn, Germany, Friedhelm Hillebrand sat with his typewriter, tapping out random sentences and questions on a sheet of paper. As he went along, Hillebrand counted the number of letters, numbers, punctuation marks and spaces on the page. Each ran on for a line or two and nearly always clocked in under ___________. What did this lead to?
  • 31. Answer : Standard for one of today's most popular forms of digital communication: text messaging(SMS) 160 characters! Back Round 4
  • 32. Specifications of what..??
  • 33. Answer : Google Glass Back Round 4
  • 34. Image of what?
  • 35. Answer : The IPod click wheel Back Round 4
  • 36. Identify
  • 37. Answer : George W. Bush Back Round 4
  • 38. ID the guy
  • 39. Answer : Oscar Pistorius Back Round 4
  • 40. X ,born in 1943 was originally named Krishna Pandit Bhanji. His father, Rahimtulla Harji Bhanji born in Kenya, lived in Zanzibar, until moving to Britain at the age of 14. He is better known to us as X..
  • 41. Answer : Ben Kingsley Back Round 4
  • 42. ROUND 4 Crack The Clues 1st Clue : +30/-15 2nd Clue : +20/-10 3rd Clue : +5/-5
  • 43. Question 1. Clue 1 : X, a film star was born on 24th February 1948 in Melkote.
  • 44. Question 1. Clue 2 : While in Bangalore, X attended Bishop Cotton Girls' School. She completed her childhood education at Sacred Heart Matriculation School, (popularly known as Church Park Presentation Convent) in Chennai. She excelled at school and was offered a government scholarship to pursue further education.
  • 45. Question 1. Clue 3 : In 1991, following the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi just days before the elections, her alliance with the Indian National Congress enabled her to ride the wave of sympathy that gave the coalition victory. Reelected to the assembly, she became the first elected female chief minister and the youngest ever chief minister of her state.
  • 46. Answer : Jayalalithaa
  • 47. Question 2. Clue 1 : The domain name for X was registered on September 15, 1997, and the company was incorporated on September 4, 1998. It was based in a friend's (Susan Wojcicki) garage in Menlo Park, California. Craig Silverstein, a fellow PhD student at Stanford, was hired as the first employee.
  • 48. Question 2. Clue 2 : Algorithm for what?
  • 49. Question 2. Clue 3 : X’s latest product
  • 50. Answer : Google
  • 51. Question 3. Clue 1 : X was born in Gandhara in modern day Afghanistan.
  • 52. Question 3. Clue 2 : X is often depicted as a man dressed in black clothes, sporting a white beard, wearing a halfkireetam, and limping slightly while walking. He was a great devotee of Lord Shiva.
  • 53. Question 3. Clue 3 : X is perhaps best known for masterminding the infamous Game of Dice. A master of sorcery, it is said the dice used by X were made from his father's thigh bones and hence generated any desired number.
  • 54. Answer : Shakuni
  • 55. Question 4. Clue 1 : X was established as a business entity following a restructuring of the Rapp Motorenwerke aircraft manufacturing firm in 1917. After the end of World War I in 1918, X was forced to cease aircraft-engine production by the terms of the Versailles Armistice Treaty. The company consequently shifted to motorcycle production in 1923.
  • 56. Question 4. Clue 2 : X bought Swiss team Sauber in June 2005 to form the X Sauber F1 Team. The takeover came after X's relationship with Williams had deteriorated in the previous months, the partnership ending at the end of the 2005 season.
  • 57. Question 4. Clue 3 :
  • 58. Answer : BMW
  • 59. Thank You..!! Like us at: facebook.com/questdsce