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    • The Mega Quiz Finals The Battle Begins
    • Short and Sweet
      • Infinite rebound.
      • 50 questions+1 Theme Round
      • And no How I met your Mother questions.
    • Infinite Rebound
      • Round 1, 22 questions
      • In 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours.
      • He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write the word ____, which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket.
      • What?
      1.
      • Yeah right!
      • Thought this QUIZ question would be repeated did you?
      • The real quiz begins……..
      • It was originally formed by David Folb in 1984 as a scratch team, and grew from an unremarkable English local club cricket team into, as it calls itself, the "World’s greatest cricket club". It is based in Maidstone, Kent.
      • Javagal Srinath, Sachin Tendulkar, Ajit Agarkar are the Indians who have represented it. Its most unusual "capture" was former English women's cricket team captain, Clare Connor.
      • Identify the club.
      1.
      • Lashings
    • 2. Connect
      • First hat trick in tests, ODI’s and T20’s respectively.
      • Fred Spofforth, Jal-al-uddin, Brett Lee
    • 3.
      • Oireachtas - Ireland
      • Cortes Generales - Spain
      • Bundesversammlung - Germany
      • Jatiyo Sangshad - Bangladesh
      • Fono - Samoa
      • Seimas - Lithuania
      • Saeima - Latvia
      • Riksdag - Sweden
      • Althing - Iceland
      • __________- India (*list not exhaustive)
      • Sansad, Parliament
    • 4.
      • X was called ‘Mini England’ by the English, ’Homely Holland’ by the Dutch & ‘Little Lisbon’ by the Portugese. There is also Chinese influence in this city, notable due to due to the distinctive Y ’s, the only place where they are found outside China. Its name is derived from the ancient word for harbour. It was said about this place that if China is where you make your money, X is the place to spend it.
      • Identify X & Y.
      • X =Cochin/Kochi
      • Y =Chinese fishing nets
    • 5. Identify both gentlemen
      • William Hannah & Joseph Barbara
    • 6. You know the one on the left (we hope), identify the one on the right, and connect.
      • John Quincy Adams
      • Only two Presidents to be sons of a former President
      • George H. W. Bush (senior) & John Adams
    • 7.
      • The banning of the X by Y has been met with a mostly negative response from the public, especially in Melbourne as the result of the much higher popularity of the X . The campaign to revoke the ban has been led by Matthew Newton of Springvale.
      • He was one of the first to bear the consequences of the ban, while promoting his "Save the X " campaign. While gaining large amounts of attention within the Australian media, it did not affect the position of Y ,which banned it.
      • Identify the blanks X & Y.
      • X - Mexican Wave
      • Y - Cricket Australia
    • 8. Identify
      • Kamal Hassan, in his very 1 st movie Kalathur Kannamma, which was released in 1960
    • 9. What if Age of Mythology had an Indian version? Id….
      • The Chakravyuha or the Padmavyuha
    • 10.
      • William Attewell for England v Australia at Sydney in 1891-92
      • Bert Vogler for South Africa v Australia at Sydney in 1910-11
      • Tommy Ward for South Africa v Australia at Old Trafford in 1912
      • Colin Wesley for South Africa v England at Trent Bridge in 1960
      • Bhagwat Chandrasekhar for India v Australia at Melbourne in 1977-78
      • Gary Troup for New Zealand v India at Wellington in 1980-81
      • Dave Richardson for South Africa v Pakistan at Johannesburg in 1994-95
      • Adam Huckle for Zimbabwe v Pakistan at Harare in 1997-98
      • Ajit Agarkar for India v Australia at Melbourne in 1999-2000
      • Adam Gilchrist for Australia v India at Kolkata in 2000-01
      • Javed Omar for Bangladesh v India at Dhaka in 2007
      • Exhaustive list of….(specific answer)
      • Players who have scored not just a pair, but a King Pair, in tests.
      • First ball duck out in each innings
    • 11.
      • Kulbhushan Pandit was born in Balochistan of Pakistan. He joined the Mumbai Police as a sub-inspector at Mahim police station in the 1940’s.However, he later went on to do films to become a bollywood actor.
      • How do we better know him as?
    • Raj Kumar. For further details, watch “Tiranga”
    • 12. Connect
      • India-Pakistan border is called Radcliffe Line
      • India-China border is called Mcmohan line
    • 13. All apologies for the poor image quality. What is this gentleman’s claim to fame?
    • Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, founder of Sulabh International & Sulabh Sauchalay
    • 14.
      • India's batsmen played their own game. Though Tendulkar fell just after he had tantalised the tastebuds with a cover drive, Ganguly, playing in his 100th one-day international but first World Cup match, hit form to add a well-crafted 130 with Dravid. They failed to capitalise fully, however, and were out in quick succession, Ganguly foolishly taking on Rhodes's arm. Donald bowled particularly well. Srinath, aggressive in turn, dismissed Kirsten and Gibbs early, but Kallis calmly powered onwards. When he was beaten by a sharp throw from Prasad - like Ganguly, just short of his hundred - South Africa needed 27 in 26 balls. Enter Klusener, who hit his first three deliveries for four. A wonderful match was marred only by a pitch invader who tried to attack Azharuddin and Dravid as they walked off.
      • However earlier, a festive atmosphere and a cracking finish were overshadowed, by Cronje's X . Allan Donald was also involved in this, both doing it on Bob Woolmer’s advice. The referee, Talat Ali, was not impressed and reprimanded them at the first drinks break.
      • What is X?
    • X = one way radio system/earphone/earpiece
    • 15.
      • Praveer Bose (1999-)
      • Arjunan Gowder (2005-)
      • Suresh Srinivasan (1999-)
      • This is an exhaustive list of Indians who are ______________
      • FIFA Referees
    • 16.
      • An unforgettable line
      • “ Preferisco quella puttana di tua sorella”
      • What is the significance?
    • Marco Materazzi to Zinedine Zidane in WC 06
    • 17.
      • The idea of X is very simple, and it is probable that it has been invented and reinvented numerous times. The word X dates to 1784, and may have derived by combining the words tongue and slap. The first references to X in its modern context date to the 1920s. Alternatively it may be a word of Roman origin being related to the Roman tradition of selling red apples.
      • Modern X is said to have been invented in 1908 by an American named George Smith of New Haven, Connecticut.
      • Identify X
    • X = Lollypop Lolly = tongue, pop = slap Also, Red Apple in the Romany language is loli phaba
    • 18.
      • It was reported that during the Japanese premiere of the movie, numerous people became sick after watching the scene involving Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi dancing in a club with flashing strobe lights. Since the incident, theaters nationwide posted notices saying that this movie contains scenes with strong effects and that some viewers felt sick after seeing them.
      • Which movie?
    • Identify the person in this picture (don’t mind the bad quality, but no, it is not morphed) 19.
    • Sourav Ganguly Desperate to be part of Durga puja, which he has missed for years, the ex-captain of India, Sourav Ganguly decided to give himself a new face.
    • 20.
      • X is a term used to describe a poor quality novel, play, opera, or film, or other creative work that was created quickly to make money to pay for the creator's daily expenses (thus the imagery of X , which symbolizes "to get one's livelihood"). Authors who create such novels or screenplays are sometimes called hack-writers.
      • Identify X
      • Potboiler
    • 21. Which Book? A sitter really.
    •  
    • 22.
      • The first recorded use of the term _____ film is in a 1971 book by Ed Sanders,  The Family: The Story of Charles Manson's Dune Buggy Attack Battalion , in which it is alleged that The Manson Family might have been involved in the making of such a film (although no film has ever been found).
      • The metaphorical use of the term  _____  to denote killing is derived from a verb for the extinguishing of a candle flame, and can be traced to several decades before Sanders's book; for example, in Edgar Rice Burroughs's fifth Tarzan book  Tarzan and The Jewels of Opar  (1916). “_____ed it", meaning  dead , was used repeatedly in the novel  A Clockwork Orange .
      • Snuff
      • Snuff films depict actual death or murder of a person on-screen
    • 23.
      • From 1 st through 2 nd :
      • I love girls with big fat ti***es, I love girls with deep vag***s.
      • From 3 rd to 5 th :
      • I have got a 10 inch p**is, use your mouth if you want to clean it.
      • From 7 th to first half of 10 th :
      • Some day I'll be old enough, to stick my d**k in Britney's b**t.
      • From 10 th onwards :
      • I like fu**ing silly bitches because I know my p**is likes it.
      • What? (No part points for guessing the censored words).
    • Kenny’s lines in the South Park Theme song
    • 24.
      • ***** *** studied physics at Imperial College London, graduating with a B.Sc. (Hons) in both Physics and Mathematics and ARCS with Upper Second-Class Honours. He then proceeded to study for a Ph.D degree, also at the Imperial College London departments of Physics and Mathematics, and was part way through this Ph.D programme, studying reflected light from interplanetary dust and the velocity of dust in the plane of the Solar System, when _____ became successful.
      • He abandoned his physics doctorate but did co-author two scientific research papers. More than 30 years after he started his research, in October 2007 he completed his Ph.D. thesis in astrophysics, entitled  A Survey of Radial Velocities in the Zodiacal Dust Cloud , passed his  viva voce , and performed the required corrections. He officially graduated at the postgraduate awards ceremony held in the Royal Albert Hall, on the afternoon of Wednesday 14 May 2008.
      • Maybe he made the correct decision when he gave up his Phd.
      • Who is ***** ***?
    • Maybe…. Brian May. The guitarist of Queen. And that’s Dr. May to you.
    • 25. What’s the big deal?
      • First video on youtube. That’s Jawed Karim, one of the founders
    • Theme Round. Simple Theme.Trust me.All the best 
    • 1. +150/-5
      • X i s a town with a police station, a community development block,
      • and an assembly constituency in Canning subdivision of South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
      • The backward X area is implementing various development programmes.
      • The environment has been vitiated by occasional political clashes
      • amongst the ruling Left Front partners.
      • X is one of the main deltaic islands in the Sundarbans region,
      • bounded by the Matala and Vidyadhari rivers/creeks.
      • Sonakhali, opposite X , is a popular starting point for
      • Sundarbans steamer/launch trips.
      • Name X .
    • 2. +130/-10
      • In the story of Krishna, as told in the Mahabharata and the Bhagavata Purana, he spends much of his youth in the company of young cow-herd girls, called Gopis in the village of Vrindavan. The Mahabharata does not describe Krishna's earlier life in Vrindavan in much detail, and focuses more on the later battle of Kurukshetra but within the Bhagavata Purana the child-hood pastimes of Krishna are described very vividly. Within the Bhagavata Purana, X is not mentioned by name but is alluded to within the tenth chapter of the text as one of the gopis who Krishna plays with during his upbringing as a young boy. Krishna left Vrindavan for Mathura at the age of 10 years and 7 months according to Bhagavata Purana.So X is assumed to be also 10 years old or less when Krishna left Vrindavan. It is in later texts such as the Gita Govinda where we find the story of X given in more detail.
    • 3. +110/-10
      • Dhanalaxmi later Re-christened Sitara Devi is an eminent Indian dancer of the classical Kathak style of dancing. When she was in her teens, Rabindranath Tagore, after watching a performance by her described her as Nritya Samragini , meaning, the empress of dance. She was often referred to as X ,her nickname.Over the years, she has been conferred a number of awards, including Sangeet Natak Akademi Award (1969) and the Padma Shree (1973), Kalidas Samman (1995) and Nritya Nipuna. However, she refused to accept the Padma Bhushan award, declaring, "it is an insult, not an honor," and as a report from the Press Trust of India quoted her saying: "is this government not aware of my contribution to Kathak? I will not accept any award less than Bharat Ratna."
    • 4. +90/-10
      • Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s Surviving Daughter-Dina Wadia’s only two sons:Nusli Wadia and
      • ------ Wadia.
      • Fill in the Blank.
    • 5. +70/-15
      • X is a character similar to Cerberus in the Finnish mythology of Kalevala. X is a terrible beast, embodies sudden, violent death and guards the gates of the Underworld or Tuonela to prevent escape. It is often described as being a large dog with a snake-tail and can turn you into stone (with a stare). An often-used Finnish metaphor is surman suuhun "into X ’s mouth", as if the victim was mauled to death by X.
      • Y , also known as Bhoop or Bhupali, is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a pentatonic scale (uses 5 notes in ascending and descending scale).
      • Give XY.
    • 6. +60/-15
      • X Brazilian dance and musical genre originating in African and European roots. The word is derived from a Portugese verb meaning "to dance to rhythm." It is a worldwide recognized symbol of Brazil and the Carnival and is the national dance of Brazil. Considered one of the most popular Brazilian cultural expressions, X has become an icon of Brazilian national identity.
    • 7. +50/-15
      • The song "Jahan Teri Ye Nazar Hai" was filmed on the sets of Namak Halal (1982), an Amitabh Bachchan Blockbuster. This was due to financial and time constraints.Name the movie to which the song belongs.
    • 8 + +40/-20
    • 9. +30/-20
      • After having left a few short pitched deliveries in a test match, the frustrated Shoiab Akhtar urged X to play the pull shot. X famously replied "Tu bowling kar raha hai, ya bheek mang raha hai?" (are you bowling, or begging?). X has a popular nickname.Give me the Nickname.
    • 10. ID this Engineering college in Kandivili
      • +20/-20
      • X i s a town with a police station, a community development block,
      • and an assembly constituency in Canning subdivision of South 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
      • The backward X area is implementing various development programmes.
      • The environment has been vitiated by occasional political clashes
      • amongst the ruling Left Front partners.
      • X is one of the main deltaic islands in the Sundarbans region,
      • bounded by the Matala and Vidyadhari rivers/creeks.
      • Sonakhali, opposite X , is a popular starting point for
      • Sundarbans steamer/launch trips.
      • Name X .
    • Basanti
      • In the story of Krishna, as told in the Mahabharata and the Bhagavata Purana, he spends much of his youth in the company of young cow-herd girls, called Gopis in the village of Vrindavan. The Mahabharata does not describe Krishna's earlier life in Vrindavan in much detail, and focuses more on the later battle of Kurukshetra but within the Bhagavata Purana the child-hood pastimes of Krishna are described very vividly. Within the Bhagavata Purana, X is not mentioned by name but is alluded to within the tenth chapter of the text as one of the gopis who Krishna plays with during his upbringing as a young boy. Krishna left Vrindavan for Mathura at the age of 10 years and 7 months according to Bhagavata Purana. So X is assumed to be also 10 years old or less when Krishna left Vrindavan. It is in later texts such as the Gita Govinda where we find the story of X given in more detail.
    • Radha
      • Dhanalaxmi later Re-christened Sitara Devi is an eminent Indian dancer of the classical Kathak style of dancing. When she was in her teens, Rabindranath Tagore, after watching a performance by her described her as Nritya Samragini , meaning, the empress of dance. She was often referred to as X ,her nickname.Over the years, she has been conferred a number of awards, including Sangeet Natak Akademi Award (1969) and the Padma Shree (1973), Kalidas Samman (1995) and Nritya Nipuna. However, she refused to accept the Padma Bhushan award, declaring, "it is an insult, not an honor," and as a report from the Press Trust of India quoted her saying: "is this government not aware of my contribution to Kathak? I will not accept any award less than Bharat Ratna."
    • Dhanno
      • Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s Surviving Daughter-Dina Wadia’s only two sons:Nusli Wadia and
      • ------ Wadia.
      • Fill in the Blank.
    • Jai
      • X is a character similar to Cerberus in the Finnish mythology of Kalevala. X is a terrible beast, embodies sudden, violent death and guards the gates of the Underworld or Tuonela to prevent escape. It is often described as being a large dog with a snake-tail and can turn you into stone (with a stare). An often-used Finnish metaphor is surman suuhun "into X ’s mouth", as if the victim was mauled to death by X.
      • Y , also known as Bhoop or Bhupali, is a Hindustani classical raga. It is a pentatonic scale (uses 5 notes in ascending and descending scale).
      • Give XY.
    • Surma Bhopali
      • X Brazilian dance and musical genre originating in African and European roots. The word is derived from a Portugese verb meaning "to dance to rhythm." It is a worldwide recognized symbol of Brazil and the Carnival and is the national dance of Brazil. Considered one of the most popular Brazilian cultural expressions, X has become an icon of Brazilian national identity.
    • Samba
      • The song "Jahan Teri Ye Nazar Hai" was filmed on the sets of Namak Halal (1982), an Amitabh Bachchan Blockbuster. This was due to financial and time constraints.Name the movie to which the song belongs.
    • Kaalia
      • After having left a few short pitched deliveries in a test match, the frustrated Shoiab Akhtar urged X to play the pull shot. X famously replied "Tu bowling kar raha hai, ya bheek mang raha hai?" (are you bowling, or begging?). X has a popular nickname.Give me the Nickname.
    • Veeru
    •  
    • Angrezon ke Zamaane ke Jailer
    • Id this Engineering college in Kandivili,Mumbai
    • Thakur
    • Sholay
      • Reverse Order.
    • 26.
      • The term  _____  literally translates as "supreme ultimate fist", "boundless fist," "great extremes boxing", or simply "the ultimate" . The concept of the "supreme ultimate" appears in both Taoist and Confucian Chinese philosophy where it represents the fusion or mother of Yin and Yang into a single ultimate. Thus, _____ theory and practice evolved in agreement with many of the principles of Chinese philosophy including both Taoism and Confucianism. _____ training first and foremost involves learning solo routines, known as  forms.  
      • Tai-Chi Chuan
    • 27.
      • The word appears several times in Chaucer's  Canterbury Tales  (c. 1390), in bawdy contexts, but it does not appear to be considered obscene at this point, since it is used openly. A notable use is from the "Miller's Tale": "Pryvely he caught her by the queynte." The Wife of Bath also uses this term, "For certeyn, olde dotard, by your leave/You shall have queynte right enough at eve ...
      • In modernized versions of these passages the word "queynte" is usually translated simply as X  However, in Chaucer's usage there seems to be an overlap between the words X and "quaint" (possibly derived from the Latin for "known"). "Quaint" was probably pronounced in Middle English in much the same way as X . It is sometimes unclear whether the two words were thought of as distinct from one another. Elsewhere in Chaucer's work the word  queynte  seems to be used with meaning comparable to the modern "quaint" (charming, appealing).
      • X?
      • CU*T
      • Please enlighten the ignorant!
      • P.S.
      • I am all for uncensored quizzes but with what I keep hearing about college now, I would rather play it safe. I don’t want the quiz club to do a D*sha!
    • 28.
      • X: What about me? The trouble is I need you several times a week.
      • Y: Mmmm, so do I. I need you all the week. All the time.
      • X: Oh. God. I'll just live inside your trousers or something. It would be much easier!
      • Y: (laughing) "what are you going to turn into, a pair of knickers?
      • (Both laugh)
      • Y: Oh, You're your'e going to come back as a pair of knickers.
      • X: Or, God forbid a Tampax. Just my luck! (Laughs)
      • Y: You are a complete idiot (Laughs) Oh, what a wonderful idea.
      • Who are X and Y?
      • X: Prince Charles
      • Y: Camilla Parker-Bowles
      • Part of the transcript of the Camillagate Tapes, the leaked conversations between the two.
    • 29.
      • _____ was the Roman Emperor who was known for his tyranny. Popular legend says when the Great Fire of Rome erupted in 64 AD, he spent his time playing the fiddle while Rome was burning.
      • A widely used computer software has an obvious pun on this incident. Indeed, in its initial version, while the software used to run, it did not allow the user to execute any other operation on the computer.
      • Name the emperor and you will also know the name of the software.
      • Nero Burning ROM!
      • (Nero is a German company and the pun is even more obvious as Rom is the German word for Rome).
    • 30.
      • Legend has it:
      • X took 7 painstaking years to complete Y. Whenever X had something in mind, he would roam the streets looking for a model who could match the exact specifications he had imagined.
      • For Y, he needed a serene, benevolent face to depict Z. He finally chose a nineteen year old boy as a model for Z. He chose models for all other characters except W, and completed Y leaving space to paint W.
      • For years, X searched for a man with a hard callous face, with a countenance marked by scars of avarice, deceit, hypocrisy, and crime; a face that would delineate a character who would even betray his best friend.
      • Finally finding one such person in a prison, he chose him, painted W and completed Y. As the man was being taken away, he asked X if he recognized him, to which X said that that was the first time he had laid his eyes on him.
      • At this point, the man said, “Look closer, years ago, you used my face to paint Z!”
      • Phew…… X, Y, Z and W please! (Sorry, no part points).
      • X – Leonardo Da Vinci
      • Y – The Last Supper
      • Z – Jesus Christ
      • W – Judas, the betrayer.
    • 31.
      • The company is named in part after _____, Captain Ahab's first mate in the novel  Moby-Dick, although not in as direct a fashion as many assume. 
      • Owner Gordon Bowker liked the name "Pequod" (the ship in the novel), but his then creative partner Terry Heckler responded, "No one's going to drink Pee-quod!“ Further brainstorming resulted in the company being named for the  Pequod' s first mate, _____.
      • Starbuck’s
    • 32.
      • “ Heavily built and massive, there was a suggestion of uncouth physical inertia in the figure, but above this unwieldy frame there was perched a head so masterful in its brow, so alert in its steel-gray, deep-set eyes, so firm in its lips, and so subtle in its play of expression, that after the first glance one forgot the gross body and remembered only the dominant mind”
      • “ The conclusions of every department are passed to him, and he is the central exchange, the clearinghouse, which makes out the balance. All other men are specialists, but his specialism is omniscience.”
      • “ ...he has no ambition and no energy. He will not even go out of his way to verify his own solutions, and would rather be considered wrong than take the trouble to prove himself right. Again and again I have taken a problem to him, and have received an explanation which has afterwards proved to be the correct one. And yet he was absolutely incapable of working out the practical points...”
      • Who?
      • Mycroft Holmes
      • Sherlock’s smarter, older brother
      • Hey I couldn’t leave out a Sherlock Holmes question, could I?
    • 33.
      • _____ music is a form of music indigenous to the southern Caribbean, primarily Trinidad & Tobago and Guyana, which derives elements from soca and Indian filmi songs. The music was created by Indo-Caribbean people whose ancestors were transported to the West Indies as indentured servants and later immigrants, during the 19th century.
      • The modern _____ music artist writes lyrics in either Hindi, Bhojpuri or English and then lays it on top of beats that come from Indian beats from the dholak mixed with the Soca beat. True to its origin _____ , the music is a mish mash of spicy and peppery beats.
      • Chutney Music
    • 34.
      • A _______  was a U.S. real estate agent or building developer who encouraged white property owners to sell their houses at a loss, by fraudulently implying that racial, ethnic, or religious minorities — blacks, Hispanics, Jews  et al.  — were moving into their previously racially segregated neighborhood, and so depress real estate property values. 
      • _______s came into being after the legislative dismantling of legally-protected racially-segregated real estate practices after World War II, but by the 1980s they disappeared as a after changes in law and the real estate market.
      • A _______ now means something completely different to us.
      • Block – buster!
    • 35.
      • Plans were made to fly the forty-foot Algie over Battersea Power Station on the first day's photo-shoot, with a marksman prepared to shoot it down if it broke free. However, Algie was not launched.
      • On the second day, the marksman wasn't present because no one had told him to return, and Algie broke free due to a strong gust of wind on the third day, gaining a lot of press coverage. It disappeared from sight within five minutes, and was spotted by airline pilots at forty thousand feet in the air. Flights at Heathrow Airport were cancelled as Algie flew through the path of aircraft, eastwards from Britain and out over the English Channel, finally landing on a rural farm in Kent that night.
      • Algie was recovered and repaired for the resumption of photography, but unfortunately the sky was cloudless and blue, thus "boring". However, the pictures of the sky from the first day were suitable; eventually, the album cover was created using a composite of photos from the first and third days.
      • Explain who “Algie” is.
    • The original Pink Floyd pig
    • 36.
      • In 1949 Pietro Ferrero developed his first spread, which he started to sell in 1951 as " Supercrema ". In 1963, Pietro's son Michele Ferrero decided to revamp  Supercrema , with the intention of marketing it across Europe. Its composition was modified, as well as the label image and brand name: the name “______" and its logo were registered towards the end of the same year and remain unchanged to this day. The first jar of ______ left the Ferrero factory in Alba on April 20, 1964. The product was an instant success and remains widely popular. The estimated Italian production of ______ averages 179,000 tons per year.
      • Nutella
    • 37.
      • The following 2 pictures are a satire of the possible making of the official logo for what?
    •  
    •  
    •  
    • 38. Identify the boy in the middle. Hint 1: Think royalty (but not directly). (If it helps) Hint 2: Think Deepak Mohan.
    • Freddie Mercury. Queen. Studied in the same school as Deepu! (Hint 3 was going to be “think Taha” or “think Sinan”)
    • 39.
      • Sir Garfield Sobers
      • Sunil Gavaskar
      • Henry Olonga 
      • Andy Flower 
      • Hashan Tillakaratne 
      • Dickie Bird 
      • David Shepherd
      • Aravinda de Silva
      • Alec Stewart 
      • Rachael Heyhoe-Flint
      • They all share a rare honour which is not usually awarded.
      • What? (Non exhaustive list)
      • All are honourary life members of the MCC
    • 40.
      • Around 150,000 ________ are made daily. The revenue from the sale of ________ annually is more than 11 million rupees. Each ___________ weighs around 100gms. Single largest _________ made is said to have weighed 32 kg. The tradition of __________ is nearly 300 years old. The administrating body patented the _________ to stop counterfeits.
      • Tirupati Ladoo
    • 41. What is it that he is holding?(specific name required)
    • Vuvuzela, sometimes called a "lepatata" made famous during the 2009 confederations cup in South Africa
    • 42. A genius who “made the sound of rock and roll possible”. He died in August 2009 at the age of 94. Come on all you rockers! Who is this God?
      • Lester William Polsfuss.
      • Better known as Les Paul
    • 43.
      • _____  was a Swiss stop-motion claymated  television series created by Otmar Gutmann, produced by The Pygos Group, and distributed by HiT Entertainment and Hot Animation. The show is about a family of anthropomorphic _____ in the South Pole. The main character is their son and title character, _____.
      • The show ran originally for four seasons from 1986 to 1998 on RTSI, after the end of season 4, the series ended. However, HiT Entertainment's request for more episodes convinced Pygos to bring back the show in 2004, with 2 more seasons. The seasons did not return for RTSI, and was moved to BBC. The show finally ended in 2005, ending a 19-year run on television.
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    • 44.
      • The first step I have taken towards the ultimate goal of emancipation from the chains that bind me to Warner Bros. was to change my name from _____ to the Love Symbol. _____ is the name that my mother gave me at birth. Warner Bros. took the name, trademarked it, and used it as the main marketing tool to promote all of the music that I wrote.
      • The company owns the name _____ and all related music marketed under _____. I became merely a pawn used to produce more money for Warner Bros... I was born _____ and did not want to adopt another conventional name. The only acceptable replacement for my name, and my identity, was the Love Symbol, a symbol with no pronunciation, that is a representation of me and what my music is about. This symbol is present in my work over the years; it is a concept that has evolved from my frustration; it is who I am. It is my name.
      • Who?
    • Prince, when he changed his name to the Love Symbol
    • connect 45.
    • Rajiv Gandhi was involved in the bofors scam Alfred Nobel was chairman of the Bofors company from 1894 till his death in 1896 So Bofors gets you 10
    • 46
      • Give me thanks for this simple one.
      • _______ is a name commonly applied to early settlers of the Plymouth Colony in present-day Plymouth, Massachusetts. Their leadership came from a religious congregation who had fled a volatile political environment in the East Midlands of England for the relative calm & tolerance of Holland in the Netherlands.
      • Concerned with losing their cultural identity, the group later arranged with English investors to establish a new colony in North America. The colony, established in 1620, became the second successful English settlement (after the founding of Jamestown, Virginia in 1607) in what was to become the United States of America. The ______s' story has become a central theme of the history and culture of the United States.
      • Fill in the blank
      • Pilgrims
      • Who of course celebrated Thanksgiving
    • First utilizable one of its kind. Identfy 47
    • Pacemaker
    • 48. X is an informal value transfer system based on the performance and honor of a huge network of money brokers, which are primarily located in the Middle East, North and Northeast Africa, and South Asia. X has its origins in classical Islamic law, and is mentioned in texts of Islamic jurisprudence as early as the 8th century. It itself later influenced the development of the agency in common law and in civil laws such as the aval in French law and the avallo in Italian law. The words aval and avallo were themselves derived from X The transfer of debt, which was "not permissible under Roman law but became widely practiced in medieval Europe, especially in commercial transactions", was due to the large extent of the "trade conducted by the Italian cities with the Muslim world in the Middle Ages. Identify X
    • X=Hawala
    • 49. What is this? Where is it located?
      • A record with information about the Earth placed on Voyager 1.
      • If you mention location of earth or record of earth on a satellite, you get 10 points
      • 50.
      • The character was designed by animator Bob Clampett and introduced in the short I Haven't Got a Hat (first released on March 2, 1935), directed by Friz Freleng. Studio head Leon Schlesinger suggested that Freleng do a cartoon version of the popular Our Gang films. X only has a minor role in the film, but the fat little creation quickly became popular & became the first character created by the studio to draw audiences based on his star power.
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    • That’s all folks. Thank You!