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this is the intercollegiate general quiz hosted at AFMC, pune on 20/02/12 as a part of the annual cultural fest- Silhouettes.

this is the intercollegiate general quiz hosted at AFMC, pune on 20/02/12 as a part of the annual cultural fest- Silhouettes.
QMs- mridul janweja, saikat sarkar

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why so Qrious?? AFMC intercollegiate general quiz why so Qrious?? AFMC intercollegiate general quiz Presentation Transcript

  • CONNECT
  • Dipak Jain Soumitra Dutta Indra NooyiNitin Noharia Shantanu Narayan Sunil Kumar
  • • It started as an April Fool’s joke on April 1, 2008 with its motto being “Things will get better. Eventually” It is a mission to colonize the planet Mars to make it suitable for human living. It lays out a plan for colonizing _____ City on Mars over the next century, or 100 years. What am I talking about?
  • Project Virgle
  • Abstruse Goose is a webcomic which came out with this comic recently. What was the subject of this particular comic?
  • Protest against SOPA/PIPAGoogle/ wikipedia blackout
  • These are illustrations of “Alice In Wonderland” by whom? The frontpiece Mad tea party Down the rabbit hole
  • Salvador Dali
  • CONNECT
  • Andy Warhol
  • • ______: The program with a personality• It will get on all your disks It will infiltrate your chips Yes, its ______!• It will stick to you like glue It will modify RAM too• Send in the______!
  • X started in 1937 as a spinoff from the familybusiness. The former name of X was Y, named afterits founder, literally meaning “fertile rice paddies”.But it was changed to X because• it took eight brush strokes (a fortuitous number) to write• was visually simpler• with a voiceless consonant instead of a voiced one.Give me X and Y.
  • X- Toyota Y- Toyodastarted by Kiichiro Toyoda
  • CONNECT
  • Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris
  • • _______ used to be a tradition in Fleet Street newspapers. It involved an employee, on the day he retired after a life-times stalwart service to his chosen rag, being walked by his colleagues through the presses in the print room. As he wandered towards his rendezvous with a carriage clock, the printers serenaded him by banging the metal benches with their hammers, beating out a ceremonial slow-march to mark his departure.• Fill the blank.
  • Banging Out
  • CONNECT( a very generic one)
  • • Ashok Kumar – Kumud Ganguly• Govinda – Govind Arun Ahuja• John Abraham – Farhan Abraham• Kamal Haasan- Alwarpettai Aandavar• Manoj Kumar – Hare Krishna Goswami• Raj Kumar – Kulbushan Pandit• Woody Allen - Allen Konigsberg• Tom Cruise - Thomas Mapother IV• Bob Dylan - Robert Zimmerman• Rita Hayworth - Margarita Cansino• Ben Kingsley - Krishna Banji
  • The above scene from the The Great Train Robbery acted out by Justus D. BarnesIs believed to be the inspiration behind what?
  • What is common to them?David ProwseBob AndersonJames Earl JonesSebastian ShawJake LloydHayden Christensen
  • David Prowse Bob Anderson James Earl jones Sebastian Shaw Jake Lloyd Hayden Christensen
  • Born on Nov 10, 1923, and belonging to Akita Inu breed, ­­­______’sname literally translates to ‘eighth prince’ in the vernacularlanguage. During his owners life, _______ greeted him at the end ofeach day at the nearby station. The pair continued their dailyroutine until May 1925, when hid owner did not return. He hadsuffered from a cerebral hemorrhage and died, never returning tothe train station where ______ was waiting. Every day for the nextnine years he waited at the station. His faithfulness to his mastersmemory became a legend and he was immortalized by bronzestatue erected at the entrance of that station, movies such as_______- A dog’s tale (feat. Richard Gere). He is also the subject of a2004 childrens book entitled ______: The True Story of a LoyalDog, written by Pamela S. Turner, ______ Waits, written by LesléaNewman, The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski.
  • Hachikō
  • CONNECT
  • What is this the flag of?
  • The flag of Mars is a tricolour used by the Mars Society and ThePlanetary Society to represent the planet Mars. . The flag is designed toportray the “future history” of Mars. The red bar, which lies closest tothe mast, symbolizes Mars as it is today. The green and blue symbolizestages in the possible terraforming of Mars, should humanity ever havethe will and the ability to undertake such a task, the ethics ofterraforming remaining a matter of debate.
  • Whom does this plaque at WestminsterAbbey commemorate?
  • This commemorates Edmond Halley of theHalley’s Comet fame.
  • CONNECT
  • NIRVANA
  • J.B.S Haldane is known for his notablework in genetics and evolutionaryscience. In latter part of his life, hemoved to India and studied Indianliterature.About what did he say- “ ___________should be carved on the doors of everylab of the world”
  • GAYATRI MANTRA
  • His origins are uncertain. Early writings about him suggest he was bornin 1696 in a village called "Lagon," in present day Eritrea, located "onthe northern side of the Mareb River..." (which serves as much of themodern border between Ethiopia and Eritrea). He was brought toRussia as a gift for Peter-The Great. He became a Major General,military engineer and Governor of Reval, and a nobleman of Russia. Hewas the great grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, who wrote anunfinished novel about him, titled “Peter The Great’s Negro”
  • ABRAM PETROVICH GANNIBAL
  • __________ were figures in an archaic stage of Greek mythology, three giantsof incredible strength and ferocity that surpassed that of all Titans whom theyhelped overthrow. Their name derives from the Greek ,each of them having ahundred hands and fifty heads“. According to Hesiods Theogony, the three___________ became the guards of the gates of Tartars.
  • Hekatonkheires
  • The traditional and modern U.S. versions were compiled by librarians at the ChicagoPublic Library. The origins of what is listed here as the "modern" date to 1937. Year Traditional Modern 1st Paper Clocks 2nd Cotton China 3rd Crystal, glass 4th Linen, silk Appliances 5th Wood Silverware 10th Tin/Aluminium Diamond 15th Crystals Watches 20th China Platinum 25th Silver Silver 30th Pearl Diamond 50th Gold Gold 75th Diamond, gold Diamond, gold 100th ----- 10-carat diamond
  • Wedding Anniversary Gifts by year
  • It is a type of food popular in Roman Cuisine. It is aflat thick noodle made of egg and flour (usually oneegg each 100g flour) wider than but similar to thetagliatelle typical of Bologna. They are eaten withsugo dumido (beef ragù) and ragù di pollo (chickenragù).
  • FETTUCINE PESTO
  • Born in 1890, in the village of Hadali in Khushab, Shahpur District, hewas a civil contractor and a prominent builder of Lutyens Delhi and realestate owner of Delhi. bought as much land in Delhi as he could and came to be describedas adhi dilli da malik. He also became the first Indian president of the New Delhi MunicipalCouncil and held the post four times. Appointed an OBE in 1938, he was knighted by the government andappointed a member of the Council of States.He is most (in)famous for testifying against Bhagat Singh. He witnessedBhagat Singh throw bombs in the Central Legislative Assembly andidentified him as the perpetrator.Who’s he?
  • Sir Sobha Singh
  • • The phenomenon of rubbing a wet finger around the rim of a wine goblet to produce tones is documented back to Renaissance times; Galileo considered the phenomenon (in his Two New Sciences), as did Athanasius Kircher. The Irish musician Richard Poekrich is typically credited as the first to play it.• Pink Floyds 1975 track, Shine On You Crazy Diamond, opens using it.• David Gilmours 2006 album, On An Island, features it on several tracks. The subsequent tour featured it being played at two shows to open "Shine On You Crazy Diamond.“• What is being referred to here?
  • Glass harp
  • In the television programs The Weakest Link, Fear Factor andSurvivor, X is used to describe an eliminated contestantsdeparture from the competition.In association football (soccer), X refers to a player receivinga red card and being sent off the field of play. The playermust return directly to the changing rooms for an earlybath, suffering the inevitable taunts from oppositionsupporters.In tournament poker, X refers to a players elimination andsubsequent dismissal from the table.What is the term I am looking for?
  • Walk of shame
  • During the early days of Hollwood a certain word was usedto refer to people working in Film industry. What word?
  • Movies
  • Jai Alai
  • A is a English-language thriller film directed byDavid Fincher, with screenplay adapted by StevenZaillian.The film stars Daniel Craig as Mikael Blomkvist andRooney Mara as Lisbeth Salander and tells the storyof a mans mission to find out what has happenedto a girl who has been missing for 40 years, andwho may have been murdered.The film is nominated for five AcademyAwards, including one for Rooney Mara for BestActress.A is based on the first book of a trilogy.Give me the name of the third book.
  • Mazlan Othman is a renowned Malaysianastrophysicist, being the first one in the country. Shehas been an outstanding student and has worked forpropagation of public education, which led to her beingappointed as Incharge of the Planetarium Division ofthe Prime Ministers Department, overseeingdevelopment of Planetarium Negara, in Kuala Lumpur.Later, she was made Director General of thegovernments new Space Science Studies Division.Now she holds a very important post concerning transplanetary affairs.Which post?
  • Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs in Vienna
  • 30)What novel concept floated recently by the religioushead of Dawoodi Bohra community of Rajkot, DrSyedna Mohammed Burhanuddin, has been widelyapplauded because it provides for the upliftment ofthe women of the community. The community highpriest promoted this idea so that women could beunshackled from the hearth and devote time forstudies, religious activities, focus on childrenseducation or even start small businesses ????
  • Community kitchens
  • mains
  • 1)Born in 1986, He’s typically described as “Clad in ared, skin-tight, rabbit-eared body suit with a black Ninscribed in a white circle”. He’s featured in commercialsthat used the slogan “Avoid the _______”. A game has alsobeen released with the same name in addition to Capcom’s“Yo _____!” and “The _______s Super Pizza Shootout”.He’s also made appearances in Family Guy , 30 Rock, in asegment of Michael Jackson: Moonwalker and in twoepisodes of The Simpsons.Who is he?
  • Dominos NOID
  • 2)What is the following study about?
  • 3) Ralph Legall Aasif KarimCota Ramaswami What is common to them?
  • Cricketers who played in DavisCup too.
  • 4) They occur as a series on the River Aar in Bern canton. Tourists visitthis place by climbing the path to the top and then crossing a bridgeand following a trail down the hill which leads to the actual ledge. Theactual place is marked by a plaque written in English, German andFrench which explains the event that occurred there.What happened here on 4 May 1891?
  • This is the Reichenbach Falls where Sherlock Holmes fought Moriarty
  • 5)Gerald Rusgrove X and Charles Y started their partnershipin 1908. They noted the growing appetite for escapismduring the Depression years in Britain and focused ondeveloping products targeted towards that, achievinggreat success. A change in distribution model helpedthem prosper in the 1950s and in 1971 the company wasbought by its North American distributor, though thebrand name survived. Their products come in severallines – Modern, Medical, Special Moments and Blazebeing a few of their product lines. Identify the company(same as the names).
  • MILLS & BOONS (image censored!!)
  • 6)X is one of the most popular science fiction writersof all time. When talking about another (younger)science fiction writer Y, X admitted he was jealousearlier, but he acknowledged that Y had probablybroadened the scope of their craft, and publiclycommended him for it. He put this essay into a self-edited anthology of stories and other thoughts.Hint: X was most famously known for trying to“build” the future, and Y was most famously knownfor trying to rebuild the past.
  • Y- Michael CrichtonX- Isaac Asimov
  • 7)Created by Marcus Codrington, and considered to be themost radical change that has happened to this ‘product’since 1771, this can be found in the market in the pricerange of 49 USD – 400 USD Out of the two variantsavailable “Cor3” and “M MI3” the second one is morerevolutionary. This underwent several tests in ImperialCollege of Biomechanical Engineering for three monthsand the specialists found nothing wrong with it. They’vebeen called “a half-brick on a stick” by a very eminentpersonality associated with that field. What are we talkingabout?
  • Mongoose BatsStuart Law, the former Australian Test player , called it "a half-brick on a stick.The design is unusual in that the blade is 33% shorter than a conventional bat andthe handle is 43% longer.
  • 8)Born on a train between Mumbai and Kolkata, he was raised in theMumbai suburb of Santa Cruz. He holds a degree in paintingfrom Mithibai College. X wrote a book, Let’s Kill Gandhi, In whichhe blames Brahmins for assassinating Mahatma. Critics haveclaimed that the book defames all Brahmins.In 1998, he joined Mulayam Singh Yadavs Samajwadi Party. Askedwhy he did not join the Congress , he replied. “What I saw in theSamajwadi Party was a leader from the grassroots, something thatis absent in the Congress."In March 2005, he led the 75th anniversary re-enactment ofthe Dandi March.Who?
  • Tushar Gandhi
  • 9)What interesting name is given to this molecule because ofit’s shape?Clue: It may remind you of a certain Indian brand.
  • Nanocar
  • 10) Who is the person of the year?
  • 11)The restaurant chain was founded by AlanStillman in 1965. The bachelor perfume salesman lived in aneighbourhood with many airline stewardesses, fashionmodels, secretaries, and other single people on the East Sideof Manhattan near the Queensboro Bridge, and hoped thatopening a bar would help him meet women. At thetime, Stillmans choices for socializing were non-publiccocktail parties, or "guys beer-drinking hangout" bars thatwomen usually did not visit; he recalled that "there was nopublic place for people between, say, twenty-three to thirty-seven years old, to meet." He sought to recreate thecomfortable cocktail-party atmosphere in public despitehaving no experience in the restaurant business. FITB
  • T. G. I. FRIDAY’S
  • 12)In horology, a tourbillon is an addition to the mechanics of a watchescapement. It was developed around 1795 by the watchmaker Abraham-LouisX from an earlier idea by the English chronometer maker John Arnold. IdentifyX, which is also the name of the company. Also, explain the function of thetourbillon.
  • X- BreguetA tourbillon aims to counter the effects of gravityby mounting the escapement and balance wheel ina rotating cage, when the timepiece (and thus theescapement) is stuck in a certain position.
  • 13)IDENTIFY THE SCULPTURE AND THE ARTIST
  • UPSIDE DOWN WORLD, ANISH KAPOOR
  • 14)This tree served as an inspiration for which band that launched theirmost popular album. Also name the album.
  • Band: U2Album: The Joshua Tree
  • 15)This picture of Cameron Diaz created quitea furore back in Peru. Funda??
  • The slogan on her bag reads “Serve the People”, a popularMaoist slogan associated with the Shining Path guerilllamovement.
  • 16)This is the list of ingredients of a famous Indian curry:500 gms Lamb (cut into 2" cubes)• 100 gms Onions (chopped)• 10 gms Coriander Leaves (chopped)• 1/2 tsp Garam Masala• Water as required• 2 tsp Garlic Paste• 100 gms Oil• For Marinade:• 3 tbsp Onion Paste• 2 tbsp Coriander Seeds (grounded)• 100 gms Curd• 10-15 Red chillli (powdered)• 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder• Salt to taste…………..Identify
  • LAAL MAAS
  • 17)In response to problems encountered by American units fightingMoro guerrillas during the Philippine-American War, the then-standard Colt M1892 revolver, in .38 Long Colt, was found to beunsuitable for the rigors of jungle warfare, particularly in terms ofstopping power, as the Moros had very high battle morale andfrequently used drugs to inhibit the sensation of pain. The U.S.Army briefly reverted to using the M1873 single-action revolver in.45 Colt caliber, which had been standard during the last decades ofthe 19th century; the heavier bullet was found to be more effectiveagainst charging tribesmen. This led Colt to design a pistol thatbecame an American legend and was the standard U.S. Armysidearm until it was replaced by the M9 Beretta. Name the pistol inquestion…
  • M1911 Colt .45 pistol
  • 18)It is not a true mineral as it not crystalline in structure but amineraloid. It has been used since antiquity as a cutting tool due toits flint like nature. _____________ has been used for blades insurgery, as well-crafted___________ blades have a cutting edgemany times sharper than high-quality steel surgical scalpels, thecutting edge of the blade being only about 3 nanometers thick. Eventhe sharpest metal knife has a jagged, irregular blade when viewedunder a strong enough microscope; when examined even under anelectron microscope an __________blade is still smooth and even.Name the material.
  • Obsidian
  • 19) For men, it is measured on the Hamilton-Norwood scale. For women, where it is much less common, it is measured on the Ludwig scale. What am I talking about?
  • Balding (baldness)
  • 20)On any trip across the plains, the driver of a wagon wouldhold the reins of his horse team and concentrate ondriving. This usually left him, the occupants and thecontents of the wagon susceptible to sneak attacks frombandits and thieves. To avoid this sort of circumstances, itbecame necessary for one person to sit in the wagon witha ___________ and fend off the enemy.Which commonly used phrase is derived from this?
  • Riding shotgun
  • 21)Leon Lederman’s book “The ___ _______ : If Universe IsThe Answer, What’s The Question?” gave rise to thisalternate name used by the media to refer to something.It was first hypothesized in 1964 and named after Sir Peter_____.What entity? What other name is used to refer to it?
  • Higgs Boson particle/ God particle
  • 22)The Operation____________________was the largest and most expensive Portuguesemilitary campaign in the Portuguese overseas province of Mozambique, East Africa. Itwas performed in 1970, during the Portuguese Colonial War (1961–1974). Theobjectives of the campaign were to seal off the communist guerrillas infiltration routesacross the Tanzanian border and to destroy permanent guerrilla bases in Mozambique._________ was a seven month campaign employing ultimately thirty-five thousandmen, and was almost successful since it destroyed most guerrilla camps located innorthern Mozambiques countryside and captured large numbers of rebels andarmament.
  • Operation Gordian Knot
  • 23)_ _ _ is a dance-punk band that was formed inSacramento, California in 1996.The bands name was inspired by the subtitles of the movie TheGods Must Be Crazy in which the clicking sounds of theBushmens Khoisan language were represented as “_".However, as the band members themselves say, _ _ _ ispronounced by repeating thrice any monosyllabic sound. ChkChk Chk is the most common pronunciation, but they could justas easily be called Pow Pow Pow, Bam Bam Bam, Uh UhUh….you get the drift…The URL of their official website and thetitle of their MySpace page, however, suggests that "Chk ChkChk" is the preferred pronunciation.Which band is _ _ _ making them perhaps the least googled oryoutubed band on the web ?
  • !!!That’s the answer 
  • 24) A minimalistic poster of????
  • Short theme connect roundTotal 6 slides. Whole answer ora part of the answer goes intothe final connect.Written round+5 for every individual answer.
  • • The word comes from the name of a sturdy fabric called serge, originally made in Nîmes, France, by the André family. What word am I looking for?
  • Identify the common name of theaircraft below. Shares its name with ahendrix song.
  • +20/ -15
  • A = AlphaB = BravoC = CharlieD = DeltaE = Echo...K = ?????
  • The ancient Greek historian Herodotus gave the following account ofthe ______:Another sacred bird is the one called the _______. Now, I have notactually seen a _______, except in a painting, because they are quiteinfrequent visitors to the country; in fact, I was told in Heliopolis thatthey appear only at 500-year intervals. They say that it is the deathof a ________s father which prompts its visit to Egypt. Anyway, ifthe painting was reliable, I can tell you something about the_________s size and qualities, namely that its feathers are partlygold but mostly red, and that in appearance and size it is most likean eagle. There is a particular feat they say the _______ performs; Ido not believe it myself, but they say that the bird sets out from itshomeland in Arabia on a journey to the sanctuary of thesun, bringing its father sealed in myrrh, and buries its father there.What am I talking about?
  • +10/ -5
  • ID the missing word of this megadeth song…..it also shares the title with a sex pistolssingle
  • +5/-0
  • • The word comes from the name of a sturdy fabric called serge, originally made in Nîmes, France, by the André family. What word am I looking for?
  • denim
  • Identify the common name of theaircraft below. Shares its name with ahendrix song.
  • Aircraft- VoodooSong- Voodoo child
  • A = AlphaB = BravoC = CharlieD = DeltaE = Echo...K = ?????
  • kilo
  • The ancient Greek historian Herodotus gave the following account ofthe ______:Another sacred bird is the one called the _______. Now, I have notactually seen a _______, except in a painting, because they are quiteinfrequent visitors to the country; in fact, I was told in Heliopolis thatthey appear only at 500-year intervals. They say that it is the deathof a ________s father which prompts its visit to Egypt. Anyway, ifthe painting was reliable, I can tell you something about the_________s size and qualities, namely that its feathers are partlygold but mostly red, and that in appearance and size it is most likean eagle. There is a particular feat they say the _______ performs; Ido not believe it myself, but they say that the bird sets out from itshomeland in Arabia on a journey to the sanctuary of thesun, bringing its father sealed in myrrh, and buries its father there.What am I talking about?
  • phoenix
  • ID the missing word of this megadeth song…..it also shares the title with a sex pistolssingle
  • anarchy
  • Chocolate factory
  • And the theme is……
  • Axe deodorants:DenimVoodooKiloPhoenixAnarchyChocolate
  • Long theme connect round12 slides. Each correct answer fetches you10 points.Part or whole answer of each slide refersto the theme.The word that goes into the theme canalso be a phonetic equivalent of theanswers for the slides.Going for theme after 3 slides- +30/-20 6 slides- +20/-10 9 slides- +10/-5 12 slides- +5/0
  • __________ are commonly deployed either by a canister orgenerated by a vehicle. For the crossing of the Dnieper river inOctober 1943, the Red Army laid _________30 kilometres (19 mi)long. At the Anzio beachhead in 1944, US Chemical Corps troopsmaintained a 25 km _________ around the harbour throughoutdaylight hours, for two months. In the Vietnam War _________ wereintroduced as part of a new Air Mobile Concept to protect crew andman on the ground from small arms fire.What am I talking about?
  • CONNECT
  • Excerpts from a poem by a very famous author. ID him.I cannot rub the strangeness from my sightI got from looking through a pane of glassI skimmed this morning from the drinking troughAnd held against the world of hoary grass.It melted, and I let it fall and break.But I was wellUpon my way to sleep before it fell,And I could tellWhat form my dreaming was about to take.Magnified apples appear and disappear
  • ________ is the week-long mourning period in Judaism forfirst-degreerelatives: father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, and spouse. Immediately after burial, first-degree relativesassume the halakhic status of "avel“. This state lasts forseven days, during which family members traditionallygather in one home (preferably the home of the deceased)and receive visitors. At the funeral, mourners traditionallyrend an outer garment, a ritual known as keriah. Thisgarment is worn throughout the period.FITB
  • ID the novel
  • Name the literary inspiration behind this movie?
  • A _______ is a group of people united in some close designtogether, usually to promote their private views and/or interests in achurch, state, or other community, often by intrigue. ________ aresometimes secret societies composed of a few designingpersons, and at other times are manifestations of emergent behaviorin society or governance on the part of a community of persons whohave well established public affiliation or kinship. The use of this termusually carries strong connotations of shadowy corners, back roomsand insidious influence;A ________ is more evil and selective than, say, a faction, which issimply selfish; because of this negative connotation, feworganizations use the term to refer to themselves or their internalsubdivisions.The term _______ derives from Kabbalah, the mystical interpretationof the Hebrew scripture, and originally meant eitheran occult doctrine or a secret.
  • ____________is a specialized unit of the CRPF created tocounter the Naxalite problem in India. This specializedCRPF unit is one of the only units of the Central ArmedPolice Forces in the country who are specifically trained inguerilla warfare.This elite fighting unit has been trained to track, hunt andeliminate small Naxalite groups._______ are trained in the Army’s elite CounterInsurgency and Jungle Warfare School in Mizoram andCRPF’s anti terrorist school in Silchar. They are adept inthe art of camouflage and jungle warfare. Their role is tocarry out reconnaissance and long range patrols, gatherintelligence on the whereabouts of the insurgents, andalso carry out ambushes and precision strikes whenrequired. FITB.
  • This fictional character appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics.Originally, he had no superhuman powers and simply used makeup and elaboratecostuming to impersonate his targets. In order to do this, he implemented a devicein a belt buckle that emitted a gas that helped him mold his features. Later, heobtained a microcomputer for his belt buckle that could be programmed with thefacial features of hundreds of people. ID him.
  • Whose biography?
  • What is goalkeeper’s move known as?
  • This is an exhaustive list of what? • Grannies Blackie • How the Turtle Saved His Own Life • The Banyan Deer • The Crab and the Crane • The Elephant Girly-Face • The Foolish, Timid Rabbit • The Great Ape • The Kings White Elephant • The Measure of Rice • The Merchant of Seri • The Monkey and the Crocodile • The Ox Who Envied the Pig • The Ox Who Won the Forfeit • The Princes and the Water-Sprite • The Quarrel of the Quails • The Sandy Road • The Turtle Who Couldnt Stop Talking • The Wise and the Foolish Merchant • Why the Owl Is Not King of the Birds
  • ANSWERS…..
  • __________ are commonly deployed either by a canister orgenerated by a vehicle. For the crossing of the Dnieper river inOctober 1943, the Red Army laid _________30 kilometres (19 mi)long. At the Anzio beachhead in 1944, US Chemical Corps troopsmaintained a 25 km _________ around the harbour throughoutdaylight hours, for two months. In the Vietnam War _________ wereintroduced as part of a new Air Mobile Concept to protect crew andman on the ground from small arms fire.What am I talking about?
  • Smokescreen
  • CONNECT
  • Kia motors
  • Excerpts from a poem by a very famous author. ID him.I cannot rub the strangeness from my sightI got from looking through a pane of glassI skimmed this morning from the drinking troughAnd held against the world of hoary grass.It melted, and I let it fall and break.But I was wellUpon my way to sleep before it fell,And I could tellWhat form my dreaming was about to take.Magnified apples appear and disappear
  • Robert Frost
  • ________ is the week-long mourning period in Judaism forfirst-degreerelatives: father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister,and spouse. Immediately after burial, first-degree relativesassume the halakhic status of "avel“. This state lasts forseven days, during which family members traditionallygather in one home (preferably the home of the deceased)and receive visitors. At the funeral, mourners traditionallyrend an outer garment, a ritual known as keriah. Thisgarment is worn throughout the period.FITB
  • Shiva(Sheeva)
  • ID the novel
  • Name the literary inspiration behind this movie?
  • The Scarlet letter
  • A _______ is a group of people united in some close designtogether, usually to promote their private views and/or interests in achurch, state, or other community, often by intrigue. ________ aresometimes secret societies composed of a few designingpersons, and at other times are manifestations of emergent behaviorin society or governance on the part of a community of persons whohave well established public affiliation or kinship. The use of this termusually carries strong connotations of shadowy corners, back roomsand insidious influence;A ________ is more evil and selective than, say, a faction, which issimply selfish; because of this negative connotation, feworganizations use the term to refer to themselves or their internalsubdivisions.The term _______ derives from Kabbalah, the mystical interpretationof the Hebrew scripture, and originally meant eitheran occult doctrine or a secret.
  • Cabal(Kabal)
  • ____________is a specialized unit of the CRPF created tocounter the Naxalite problem in India. This specializedCRPF unit is one of the only units of the Central ArmedPolice Forces in the country who are specifically trained inguerilla warfare.This elite fighting unit has been trained to track, hunt andeliminate small Naxalite groups._______ are trained in the Army’s elite CounterInsurgency and Jungle Warfare School in Mizoram andCRPF’s anti terrorist school in Silchar. They are adept inthe art of camouflage and jungle warfare. Their role is tocarry out reconnaissance and long range patrols, gatherintelligence on the whereabouts of the insurgents, andalso carry out ambushes and precision strikes whenrequired. FITB.
  • Cobra
  • This fictional character appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics.Originally, he had no superhuman powers and simply used makeup and elaboratecostuming to impersonate his targets. In order to do this, he implemented a devicein a belt buckle that emitted a gas that helped him mold his features. Later, heobtained a microcomputer for his belt buckle that could be programmed with thefacial features of hundreds of people. ID him.
  • Chameleon
  • Whose biography?
  • What is goalkeeper’s move known as?
  • Scorpion kick
  • This is an exhaustive list of what? • Grannies Blackie • How the Turtle Saved His Own Life • The Banyan Deer • The Crab and the Crane • The Elephant Girly-Face • The Foolish, Timid Rabbit • The Great Ape • The Kings White Elephant • The Measure of Rice • The Merchant of Seri • The Monkey and the Crocodile • The Ox Who Envied the Pig • The Ox Who Won the Forfeit • The Princes and the Water-Sprite • The Quarrel of the Quails • The Sandy Road • The Turtle Who Couldnt Stop Talking • The Wise and the Foolish Merchant • Why the Owl Is Not King of the Birds
  • The Jaataka Tales
  • And the connect is……