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  • 1. 1. IMDB published a list of worst actors in the world recently. Which actor topped the list of worst actors?
  • 2. • Shah Rukh Khan
  • 3. 2. X is a type of dance in which the dancer, usually a woman, shakes her hips in an up-and-down bouncing motion, causing the dancer's buttocks to shake, "wobble" and "jiggle". • According to the Oxford Dictionary Online, to X is "to dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low, squatting stance“ • In 2013, X was added to the Oxford Dictionary Online. The dictionary said the word had been around for 20 years, but the evidence for it to be included in the dictionary had tipped the scale when U.S. pop star Y gave a controversial and headline-producing X dance on August 25, 2013. • ID X and Y
  • 4. • X= Twerk • Y= Miley Cyrus
  • 5. • Tony Stark aka Iron Man
  • 6. 4. CONNECT: • • • • • • • • • • Ian Greig Tony Greig Allan Lamb Chris Smith Robin Smith Andrew Strauss Kevin Pietersen Matt Prior Jonathan Trott Nick Compton.
  • 7. • All are SA born, but represented England
  • 8. 5. Even though it is sometimes used to refer to a particular class of vehicles, the word actually represents a brand owned by Chrysler Group in the United States. It's name is derived from the words General Purpose
  • 9. • Jeep
  • 10. 6. Which company once produced a brand of personal computers known as MikroMikko?
  • 11. • NOKIA
  • 12. 7. What was created using code purchased from Spyglass Software, and was first released as part of an add-on package called Plus! in Windows?
  • 13. • Internet Explorer
  • 14. 8. Some of the nicknames for this city were Motown, Rock City, 313, Hockeytown, Renaissance City among others. • It was recently declared bankrupt. • ID the city.
  • 15. • Detroit
  • 16. 9. He's a Jolly good fellow is the 2nd most recognized song in the English language. Which is the most recognized song?
  • 17. • Happy Birthday to You!
  • 18. 10. Jesse James and Frank James, Billy Kid and all the rest, ... • These are the 1st lines of the song "I'm a Gangsta of Love". • Which recent commercial would you hear this song in?
  • 19. • AXE Blast… Ranbir Kapoor
  • 20. 11. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was in the news for suing Forbes magazine. • Why did he sue them?
  • 21. • Under estimated his wealth
  • 22. 12. Where would you find the only digital Rolex watch in the world?
  • 23. • Wimbledon Centrecourt
  • 24. 13. In Taiwan, the movie San Ge Na Sha, was the longest running movie in many theatres. • How do we know this movie?
  • 25. • Dubbed version of 3 Idiots
  • 26. 14. What is the collective noun for Baboons?
  • 27. • Ironically….. CONGRESS
  • 28. 15. Who is the tennis player on whom this logo is modeled?
  • 29. • Stefan Edberg
  • 30. 16. X was nicknamed the Pelvis, because of his gyrations on stage. • This uncrowned ‘King’ died after choking on his own vomit, after taking a cocktail of ten prescribed drugs, taken in doses no doctor would prescribe: The painkillers Morphine and Demerol. Chloropheniramine, an antihistamine. The tranquilizers Placidyl and Valium. Finally, four drugs were found in "significant" quantities: Codeine, an opiate, Ethinamate, largely prescribed at the time as a "sleeping pill," Quaaludes, and a barbituate, or depressant, that has never been identified. • His daughter Lisa Marie went on to marry the next ‘King’, Y in 1994. • A few years back, Y died of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication after suffering a cardiac arrest at his home in Los Angeles. • ID X and Y.
  • 31. • X= Elvis Presley (The King of Rock and Roll) • Y= MJ (The King of Pop)
  • 32. 17. Identify the link and give fundaa • This name in Norwegian literally means: A beautiful woman who leads you to victory.
  • 33. • SIRI
  • 34. 18. In 1865, Engineer Fredrik Idestam established a wood pulp mill on the banks of the TammerKoski rapids in the town of Tampere, in southern Finland. Later in 1868, he built second mill by the Nokianvirta River. • In 1871, Idestam and his friend Leo Mechelin, renamed and transformed the firm into a share company, thereby founding the Company. • The first logo of the company was created in 1966 showing the image of a fish. This image was inspired by the salmon fish of the river near which it was situated. • In 1898, Eduard Polon founded the Finnish Rubber Works, which later became the company’s rubber business. The new company tried producing many products like papers, bicycle, car tires, footwear, communication cables, electricity generation machineries, televisions, aluminum, capacitors, and lot more. • In 1967, three companies, which were jointly owned since 1922, officially merged and created X Corporation. After the merger, it adopted the logo which was all black rounded shape emblem, in which the name of the company was written in white. • Recently the said company sold a major chunk of its business to another industry giant. ID the company(X).
  • 35. 19.The Lion King is a 1994 American animated epic musical comedydrama film. It is the 32nd animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series. The story takes place in a kingdom of lions in Africa, and was influenced by the biblical tales of Joseph and Moses, and the Shakespeare plays Hamlet and Macbeth. • The film also witnessed some of the most intensive use of special effects of its time. Hence, a common abbreviation of "special effects”, intended as an innocent "signature" created by the effects animation team, was inserted in the film. • This resulted into a huge controversy and is considered as one of the famous animation bloopers of all times.
  • 36. The SEX cloud in the sky
  • 37. 20. If it is ‘.in’ for India, ‘.cn’ for China, ‘.uk’ for Britain, then what does ‘.de’ stand for?
  • 38. • Germany
  • 39. 21. X has an MSc in Electrical Engineering from The Queen's College, Oxford. X first won national attention in the Oxford Revue at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 1976, he had already written and performed early sketches for shows in Oxford by the Etceteras – the revue group of the Experimental Theatre Club (ETC) and for the Oxford University Dramatic Society (OUDS). X starred in a series of comedy shows for BBC Radio 3 in 1978 that consisted of a series of satirical interviews with fictional great men, who were played by X himself. X has been married to Sunetra Sastry since 1990. X is specially known for the portrayal of Y in a series penned by himself. In November 2012 it emerged that the character of Y will not be performed again. "The stuff that has been most commercially successful for me – basically quite physical, quite childish – I increasingly feel I'm going to do a lot less of," X told the Daily Telegraph's Review. "Apart from the fact that your physical ability starts to decline, I also think someone in their 50s being childlike becomes a little sad. You've got to be careful." He has also said that the role typecast him to a degree. ID X and Y
  • 40. • X= Rowan Atkinson • Y= Mr. Bean
  • 41. • 22. Vinod Dham is an inventor, entrepreneur and venture capitalist. • He is a mentor, advisor and investor; and sits on the boards of many companies including promising startups funded through his India based fund – Indo US Venture Partners,where he is the founding Managing Director. • After graduation in Electrical Engineering (with an emphasis in Electronics) from the prestigious Delhi College of Engineering (now known as Delhi Technological University) in 1971, he joined a Delhibased semiconductor company called Continental Devices. • In 1975, at the age of 25, he left his family in New Delhi to get a graduate degree in the U.S., arriving with just $8 in his pocket. He joined University of Cincinnati, in Cincinnati, Ohio – USA, to pursue a master's degree in Electrical Engineering, where he specialised in Solid State Science. • How is he popularly known?
  • 42. • He is called the father of the Pentium Chip
  • 43. Pounce
  • 44. 23.
  • 45. • 24. The original logo was designed by Ron Wayne, who started this company with the guys we have heard a lot about in 1976. In 1977 White sold his portion of company back to these guys. • The image is a pen and ink illustration of Sir Issac Newton leaning against an apple tree with a portion of a William Wordsworth poem running around the border: “Newton…A mind forever voyaging through strange seas of thought…alone” (Prelude, Book III, Residence at Cambridge) • X decided to scrap this image because he felt that Wayne’s logo was too cerebral and not easily reproduced at small sizes. In 1977, with Wayne gone from the company, X turned to the Regis McKenna Advertising Agency to produce a new, more iconic logo. After several attempts and variations (and a ton of money spent), the result was the most iconic of all logos. The Rainbow logo.
  • 46. X just had to be Steve Jobs
  • 47. 25.
  • 48. 26. This company was founded in 1896 as the Tabulating Machine Company by Herman Hollerith, in Broome County, New York (Endicott, New York, where it still maintains very limited operations). It was incorporated as Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation (CTR) on June 16, 1911, and was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1916. • It adopted its current name in 1924, when it became an international manufacturing company. The logo that was used from 1924 to 1946. The logo is in a form intended to suggest a globe, girdled by the word “International”. • In the logo that was used from 1947 to 1956. The familiar “globe” was replaced with the name in a typeface called “Beton Bold.” • In 1972, the horizontal stripes now replaced the solid letters to suggest “speed and dynamism.” This logo (in two versions, 8-bar and 13-bar), as well as the previous one, was designed by graphic designer Paul Rand. • ID the company
  • 49. 27. Original logo of what?
  • 50. 28. Original logo of what?
  • 51. 29. Keith Shepherd and Natalia Luckyanova. What have they famously created?
  • 52. 30. Which famous movie was code named “Planet Ice” during its pre-production stage?
  • 53. Titanic
  • 54. Differential marking
  • 55. 31)Sleepy John is a Czech folk legend which tells the story of a useless fellow who can do nothing but sleep. He happens to land in the kings court due to magic, where the court is discussing the strange disappearance of the Queen every night. The Queen wears out a dozen pairs of shoes every night, yet no one has ever been able to follow her. Sleepy John announces that hell follow her and find her secret. He uses his magic to track her down, and discovers that she sneaks out of the palace every night to attend a feast in Hell and ends up dancing with the devil till her dozen pairs of shoes are worn out. John is rewarded with half the kingdom by the King for tracking her exploits, and the Queen is swallowed by the earth. Where did most of us come across this story, in a slightly different form?
  • 56. Hawa Hawa song from Rockstar
  • 57. 32. Robert Cade, Dana Shires, Harry James Free, and Alejandro deQuesada were the medical researchers at the University of Florida who created the original _____ in 1965. The Florida ******football coach, Ray Graves, was frustrated with the performance of his players during the hot summer football practices, and asked the team doctor, one of Cade’s associates, for his insight. Cade and his research team came across the unique mix ofwater, sodium, sugar, potassium, phosphate and lemon juice that is now known as _____ in honor of the football team, the ****** The football team credited _____ with their first Orange Bowl win over the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in 1967, and the drink became an instant phenomenon. The Yellow Jackets coach Bud Carson, when asked why they lost, replied: "We didn‟t have _____. That made the difference.” What is the blank?
  • 58. Gatorade
  • 59. 33. X ( Latin: “may you have the body”) is a writ, or legal action, through which a prisoner can be released from unlawful detention, that is, detention lacking sufficient cause or evidence. The remedy can be sought by the prisoner or by another person coming to their aid. X originated in the English legal system to assist wealthy landowners, but it is now available in many nations. It has historically been an important legal instrument safeguarding individual freedom of certain individuals against arbitrary state action. It is a writ requiring a person to be brought before a judge.
  • 60. Habeas corpus
  • 61. 34. Identify
  • 62. ?????????
  • 63. 35. Where do we find this ??
  • 64. Rolls Royce mascot
  • 65. 36. Who said this? “ In sports we learn how to fight: for victory, for the entire team, in order to reach a goal. In many countries of the world a majority of people, despite their efforts, do not have access to education or sports. I am very glad to be able to make a difference by means of my Foundation.“ The X Foundation supports projects located in the region of Southern Africa and Switzerland. The projects on the African continent focus on the improvement of the quality of early learning and basic education, in Switzerland on the promotion out-of-school of children affected by poverty. All activities are realized and implemented by local non-governmental and nonprofit organizations with best references. The X foundation is also popular in India with X making a trip to India in 2006 to promote his foundation
  • 66. 37. Sketch for which website ??
  • 67. Twitter
  • 68. 38. History of creation of a famous group in pop-culture “Biophysicist and Security Operations Center expert Dr. Henry 'Hank' Pym decided to become a superhero after discovering a chemical substance that would allow the user to alter his size. Armed with a helmet that could control ants, Pym would shrink down to the size of an insect to become the mystery-solving Ant-Man. He soon shared his discovery with his girlfriend, Janet Van Dyne, who became his crime- fighting partner as the Wasp. The duo would become founding members of _________________, fighting recurring enemies such as the mad scientist Egghead, the mutant Whirlwind,and Pym's own robotic creation Ultron.” Identify the group.
  • 69. Avengers
  • 70. 39. List of What (in chronological order)? Scrooge McDuck Smaug Carlsile Cullen Tony Stark Charles Foster Kane Bruce Wayne Richie Rich Christian Grey ??
  • 71. Richest fictional character list published by Forbes
  • 72. 40. Honorary Fellowships of the Royal Society of Chemistry,2002 Professor Henri B Kagan Hon FRSC Sir Thomas Fulton Wilson McKillop Hon FRSC FRSE FRS Professor Sir John Edward Sulston Hon FRSC FRS Professor Kurt Wuthrich Hon FRSC Hon FRSE For MemRS Professor Ahmed Hassan Zewail Hon FRSC ForMemRS X Who is X?
  • 73. 41. What’s so special ????
  • 74. 42. Identify
  • 75. James Bond’s visiting card
  • 76. 43. An Okinawan Japanese immigrant to the United States, _________ learned karate originally from his father, who had been a fisherman. _________ initially had a job working for the father of his best friend, Sato, who was also taught karate by __________'s father. When ________ fell in love with a young woman named Yukie, who was arranged to marry Sato, Sato felt dishonoured by this, and challenged _________ to a fight to the death. To avoid the fight, _________ left Okinawa and immigrated to the United States. Gimme __________
  • 77. Kesuke Miyagi from karate kid
  • 78. The Grid
  • 79. CONNECT
  • 80. • Internet Memes (Bitch Please, Yo Dawg, Rick rolling, Asian Guy)
  • 81. • LOW by Flo-Rida
  • 82. Find X Professor Sidney Watkins , a world-renowned neurosurgeon, who performed an onsite tracheotomy on X, reported: He looked serene. I raised his eyelids and it was clear from his pupils that he had a massive brain injury. We lifted him from the Cockpit and laid him on the ground. As we did, he sighed and , although I am totally agnostic, I felt his soul depart at that moment.
  • 83. • Ayrton Senna
  • 84. • On a 2003 broadcast of The Oprah Winfrey Show, Winfrey asked what kind of cosmetic surgery X had undergone. X stated that she felt that cosmetic surgery was imperative in keeping with her famous image, but jokingly admitted, "If I have one more facelift, Ill have a beard!“ • X has repeatedly joked about her physical image and surgeries, saying, "If I see something sagging, bagging, and dragging, Im going to nip it, suck it and tuck it. Why should I look like an old barn yard dog if I dont have to?" and "It takes a lot of money to look this cheap.“ • • Identify X.
  • 85. Dolly Parton
  • 86. • X had originally planned to study business administration at Boston University in 1996.However, upon his arrival in the United States, he lost interest in his studies, spending his remaining tuition funds on musical instruments and entertainment equipment, including a computer, an electric keyboard, and a MIDI interface. • After attending an English-language summer course and studying for one semester, X dropped out of Boston University and applied to study at Berkley College of Music instead. During his time at Berkley, X took core curriculum lessons in ear training, contemporary writing and music synthesis, but he soon dropped out. • In 2001, X was arrested for the possession of marijuana and as a result, was unable to attend his grandfathers funeral. • How do we “better” know X?
  • 87. • PSY
  • 88. Identify and put funda
  • 89. • This was introduced by the Government of India to avoid CELL PHONE driving as VODAFONE PUG CANNOT FOLLOW WHEREVER YOU GO !!!
  • 90. In 2001, the word X was added to the Oxford English Dictionary where the definition given is: "Expressing frustration at the realization that things have turned out badly or not as planned, or that one has just said or done something foolish. Also implying that another person has said or done something foolish" X was first used in media in 1988 but is famous for its association with something different from its first occurrence. Many believe, X was inspired by Jimmy Finlayson who appeared in 33 Laurel and Hardy films. Identify X.
  • 91. The X is a multi-role air superiority fighter, constructed from the parts of salvaged aircraft and designed by genius Jake Clawson, and flown by ace pilot Chance Furlong The X uses state of the art radar and fly by wire systems, and also makes use of multispectrum navigation including x-ray scanning ,electronic surge detection and dimensional-radar An enhanced communications array allows the X to interface with existing Enforcer and municipal systems The flight systems also integrate with an in-helmet visor heads up display system, giving the wearer increased usability Starboard and port mega thrusters act as the primary propulsion and power units of the X. A secondary mega thruster centered between the primaries acts as a stabilizer when the X is in vertical take-off and landing mode, allowing the jet to hover The majority of the X’s weapons are designed by Jake Clawson and tested thoroughly for effectiveness . Most of the ordinance the X carries is highly specialized , but orthodox munitions are also used
  • 92. LONG CONNECT 1.
  • 93. 2.
  • 94. 3.
  • 95. 4.
  • 96. 5.
  • 97. 6.
  • 98. 7.
  • 99. 8.
  • 100. 9.
  • 101. 10.
  • 102. College Fests in Mumbai
  • 103. ANSWERS . Entourage – Jai Hind 1.
  • 104. 2. Polaris – Wilson College
  • 105. 3. Malhar – St. Xavier’s
  • 106. 4. Euphoria - NMIMS
  • 107. 5. Umang – NM College
  • 108. 6.
  • 109. 7.
  • 110. 8.
  • 111. 9.
  • 112. 10.
  • 113. LONG CONNECT 2
  • 114. Think:WW1
  • 115. Think: Cricket 20-20
  • 116. Guess ???????
  • 117. Harvard architecture
  • 118. Darthmouth ship
  • 119. Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  • 120. Alan Stanford
  • 121. Dom Perignon Champagne(urbana)
  • 122. Chris Brown
  • 123. Carnegie Melon
  • 124. Princeton
  • 125. MIT (sports fest)
  • 126. Rutgers University