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  • 1. RULES 4 Rounds in Total 1st Round –DRY 2nd Round- AV 3rd Round – DRY 5th Round –with Negative Marking
  • 2.  Clock wise
  • 3. 1. Who are they?
  • 4.  HANNA BARBERA
  • 5.  Where would you be if you were attending“Ideas Worth Spreading”?
  • 6.  TED TALK
  • 7. 3. This slang that originated fromMassachusetts Institute of Technology hasseveral meanings in the technology andcomputer science fields: a clever or quick fix toa computer program problem; a clumsy orinelegant solution to a problem; or amodification of a program or device to give theuser access to features that were otherwiseunavailable to them.Which popular slang is being talked about?
  • 8.  HACK
  • 9. 4. After a major mishap when his factory blew up killing his brother, the inventor discovered that a porous substance ‘kieselghur’ produced a mixture that was much safer to handle. He named his invention after the Greek word meaning “power.”How do we know it today
  • 10.  Alfred Nobel’s Dynamite
  • 11. 5)• What connects the emergence of Dhanvantari from the churning of the ocean with a container filled with amrit, the triumphant return of Rama to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana and his coronation at Ayodhya, the emergence of Goddess Lakshmi from Kshira Sagar during the Samudra manthan and her marriage with Vishnu, Krishna killing the demon Narakasur, Krishna defeating Indra after lifting mount Govardhan and Vamana’s victory over Mahabali?
  • 12.  Diwali
  • 13. 6) If you were in South America what would you call this“cowboy” and the harness?
  • 14.  Gaucho and Lasso
  • 15. Anti clockwise
  • 16.  1._____________ , is the biggest private employer in the world with over 2 million employees.
  • 17. WALMART
  • 18. 2.What internet project was released on April 1, 2004 by itscreators with the idea that no one would be sure if thenew features it offered were an April Fool’s Day joke ornot?
  • 19.  Gmail.com
  • 20. 3 . According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Y is the most recognized song in the English language, followed by "For Hes a Jolly Good Fellow".
  • 21.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU
  • 22. 4. Where have you seen him?
  • 23. • Colonel Sanders, KFC
  • 24.  5. You will see similar blurbs on Navneet’s new line of eco-friendly notebooks. • What is bagasse?
  • 25. Bagasse is the fibrous matter that remainsAfter sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juiceIt is currently used as a biofuel and in the manufacture of pulpand paper products and building materials.
  • 26. 6. Who are they?
  • 27. VON TRAPP FAMILY of SOUND OF MUSIC
  • 28. scores
  • 29. AUDIO VISUAL ROUND
  • 30. 1. There is something being explained. What is it called?
  • 31. LHC at CERN
  • 32. 2 Who is the actress here?
  • 33. RINKE KHANNA,Daughter of Rajesh Khanna
  • 34. 3. Who is saying these words?
  • 35. Einstein On Gandhi
  • 36. 4 Which Place is this?
  • 37. Nalanda
  • 38. 5. In which recent advertisement would you have heard this Song?
  • 39. TITAN
  • 40. 6 Which hollywood actor?
  • 41. Heath Ledger
  • 42. ANTI-CLOCKWISE
  • 43. 1)He was born on January 17, 1706. was one ofthe Founding Fathers of the United States. Anoted polymath, he was a leading author,printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist,musician, inventor, satirist, civic activist, statesman,and diplomat. As a scientist, he was a major figure inthe American Enlightenment and the history of physicsfor his discoveries and theories regarding electricity. Heinvented the lightning rod, bifocals, acarriage odometer, and the glass armonica‘. He formedboth the first public lending library in America and thefirst fire department in Pennsylvania . He became anational hero in America when he spearheaded theeffort to have Parliament repeal the unpopular StampAct.
  • 44. Benjamin Franklin
  • 45. 2)What game is this?
  • 46. Zorbing
  • 47. 3) Aliaune Thiam better known by his middle and stage name , is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, businessman, and philanthropist of Senegalese origin. He rose to prominence in 2004 following the release of "Locked Up”, the first single from his debut album Trouble. He is the first solo artist to accomplish the feat of holding both the number one and two spots simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 charts twice. How do we know him better?
  • 48. AKON
  • 49. 4) Flag of which country?
  • 50. South Sudan became an independent state on 9 July 2011
  • 51.  5) Rajiv Rao, executive creative director, South Asia, Ogilvy India, says there is no apparent reason for naming _________ According to him - "The name just had to be something fun, memorable and catchy, and nothing too clever or difficult to pronounce.“ They are in fact real small-bodied, thin women covered in layers of fabric. The body was made using a special material stuffed with foam in some places while the head was created using a harder material called Perspex.
  • 52.  ZooZoos
  • 53. 6) X was born into a Jewish family and was orphaned at avery young age. With the help of his uncle, he managed tofinish education and started a business. His businessexpanded steadily and today he is a billionaire and themain owner of private investment company Millhouse LLC.Forbes magazine ranked him as the fifteenth richestperson in the world with a net worth of US$23.5 billion.Despite all this, he is better known as the owner of Y afterhe purchased Y from Ken Bates in 2003. Identify X & Y.
  • 54. X – Roman AbramovichY – Chelsea Football Club
  • 55. CLOCKWISE
  • 56. 1) Who is being portrayed by this actress?
  • 57.  Margaret Thatcher
  • 58. 2) In ancient time, _________ were the secret keepers of the rich and famous, often instructed to perform tasks in secret for their masters. This is the origins of a particular word referring to a particular class of people. Fill in the blank.
  • 59.  Secretary
  • 60. 3) It is said that when X visited the Apollo Hotel, he was denied entry as he was a Non European. This enraged X and he built Y. Soon Y became the centre of attraction and it put Apollo out of business. Y became a landmark for the city and is considered to be one of the best in its league in the world. Identify X & Y.
  • 61. X – Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata Y- Taj Mahal Hotel
  • 62. 4) During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, X was posted at the border in the Khem Karan sector. He was the sole survivor of an enemy attack—variously claimed to have been a bomb, an aerial assault and an exchange of fire at the border—while he was driving a truck. The experiences of wartime, coupled with the poverty from which he had come, affected him. He considered suicide at one point but turned instead to pondering the meaning of life and death. He said of the truck attack, "It sent me thinking. I felt that God wanted me to stay alive for some reason. I was reborn in the battlefield of Khem Karan. And I decided to dedicate my new life to serving people.“ X?
  • 63.  Anna Hazare
  • 64. 5) This religious symbol means in sanskrit “to be good”
  • 65.  Swastika
  • 66. 6) X is a concentrated drink. It was formulated by Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed and manufactured by the companies founded by him and his sons, Hamdard (Wakf) Laboratories, Pakistan since 1906 and Hamdard (Waqf) Laboratories, Sri Lanka, since 1948. It is often mixed with milk and ice.It is traditionally made in preparation for breaking the fast during Ramadan the holy month of fasting for Muslims. The Ingredients include Herbs: Pigweed ("Khurfa seeds", Portulaca oleracea), Chicory, wine-grape raisins (Vitis vinifera), European white lily (Nymphaea alba, blue star water lily (Nymphaea nouchali), lotus (Nelumbo), Borage and Coriander Fruits: orange, pineapple, carrot and watermelon Vegetables: spinach, mint and (Luffa aegyptiaca) Flowers: rose, keora (Pandanus fascicularis), lemon and orange Roots: vetiver (Chrysopogon zizanioides)
  • 67.  Rooh afza
  • 68. DON’T MAKE 3 MISTAKES
  • 69. 1.A Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta ; born March 28, 1986)
  • 70. 1.B Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta ; born March 28, 1986) Has sold an estimated 23 million albums and 64 million singles worldwide, Has achievements include five Grammy Awards and 13 MTV Video Music Awards
  • 71. 1.C Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta Has sold an estimated 23 million albums and 64 million singles worldwide, Her achievements include five Grammy Awards and 13 MTV Video Music Awards The Fame (2008), which was a critical and commercial success that topped charts around the world and included the international number-one singles "Just Dance" and "Poker Face". After embarking on the The Fame Ball Tour, she followed the album with The Fame Monster (2009), which spawned the worldwide hit singles "Bad Romance", "Telephone" and "Alejandro".
  • 72. 2.A He came through La Masia, the Barcelona youth academy, and impressed from an early age. He made his first-team debut in 2002, aged 18.
  • 73. 2.B He came through La Masia, the Barcelona youth academy, and impressed from an early age. He made his first-team debut in 2002, aged 18. He played for Spain at Under-16, Under-19 and Under- 21 levels, before making his international debut in 2006. He was selected for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, playing one game, as Spain went out in the second round. He helped Spain qualify for Euro 2008, and played an important role in the side as they went on to win the competition, playing every game and being selected in the UEFA Team of the Tournament.
  • 74. 2.C He came through La Masia, the Barcelona youth academy, and impressed from an early age. He made his first-team debut in 2002, aged 18. He played for Spain at Under-16, Under-19 and Under-21 levels, before making his international debut in 2006. He was selected for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, playing one game, as Spain went out in the second round. He helped Spain qualify for Euro 2008, and played an important role in the side as they went on to win the competition, playing every game and being selected in the UEFA Team of the Tournament. He was selected for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and was a key member of the victorious Spanish side; he scored the winning goal in the final against the Netherlands, also being named Man of the Match, and was selected in the tournaments All-Star Team. He was also the Man of the Match for two other World Cup games. He currently plays as a central midfielder for La Liga club FC Barcelona, and the Spanish national team.
  • 75. 3.A He was born in San Francisco on February 24, 1955 to two university students, Joanne Carole Schieble and Syrian-born Abdulfattah "John" Jandali who put the baby up for adoption because the mother’s family objected to their relationship
  • 76. 3.B He was born in San Francisco on February 24, 1955 to two university students, Joanne Carole Schieble and Syrian-born Abdulfattah "John" Jandali who put the baby up for adoption because the mother’s family objected to their relationship In 1974, he took a job as a technician at Atari in Los Gatos, California. He traveled to India in mid-1974 to visit Neem Karoli Baba at his Kainchi Ashram with a Reed College friend Daniel Kottke, in search of spiritual enlightenment. When they got to the Neem Karoli ashram, it was almost deserted as Neem Karoli Baba had died in September 1973.Then they made a long trek up a dry riverbed to an ashram of Hariakhan Baba. In India, they spent a lot of time on bus rides from Delhi to Uttar Pradesh and back, then up to Himachal Pradesh and back.
  • 77. 3.C He was born in San Francisco on February 24, 1955 to two university students, Joanne Carole Schieble and Syrian-born Abdulfattah "John" Jandali who put the baby up for adoption because the mother’s family objected to their relationship In 1974, he took a job as a technician at Atari in Los Gatos, California. He traveled to India in mid-1974 to visit Neem Karoli Baba at his Kainchi Ashram with a Reed College friend Daniel Kottke, in search of spiritual enlightenment. When they got to the Neem Karoli ashram, it was almost deserted as Neem Karoli Baba had died in September 1973.Then they made a long trek up a dry riverbed to an ashram of Hariakhan Baba. In India, they spent a lot of time on bus rides from Delhi to Uttar Pradesh and back, then up to Himachal Pradesh and back. In October 2003, he was diagnosed with cancer,and in mid-2004, he announced to his employees that he had a cancerous tumor in his pancreas. He earned only $1 a year as CEO of one of the world’s most famous companies
  • 78. 4.A He was awarded Indias highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna in 1992, some 38 years after the Legion of Honour from the French government in 1954.
  • 79. 4B He was awarded Indias highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna in 1992, some 38 years after the Legion of Honour from the French government in 1954. He founded Indias first commercial airline in 1932, which in 1946 became Air India, now Indias national airline.
  • 80. 4C He was awarded Indias highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna in 1992, some 38 years after the Legion of Honour from the French government in 1954. He founded Indias first commercial airline in 1932, which in 1946 became Air India, now Indias national airline. He was the trustee of the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust from its inception in 1932 for over half a century. Under his guidance, this Trust established Asias first cancer hospital, the Tata Memorial Center for Cancer, Research and Treatment, in Bombay in 1941. It also founded the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS, 1936), the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR, 1945), and the National Center for Performing Arts.
  • 81. 5A X won the Best Spoken Word Album Grammy Awards for abridged audiobook versions of Dreams from My Father in February 2006 and forThe Audacity of Hope in February 2008
  • 82. 5B X won the Best Spoken Word Album Grammy Awards for abridged audiobook versions of Dreams from My Father in February 2006 and forThe Audacity of Hope in February 2008 X was born August 4, 1961 to Stanley Ann Dunham in Honolulu Hawaii though did most of his school education in Indonesia and later Harvard Law School.
  • 83. 5C X won the Best Spoken Word Album Grammy Awards for abridged audiobook versions of Dreams from My Father in February 2006 and forThe Audacity of Hope in February 2008 X was born August 4, 1961 to Stanley Ann Dunham in Honolulu Hawaii though did most of his school education in Indonesia and later Harvard Law School. Lives with wife Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia
  • 84. 6.A He was born on 26 August 1743 in Paris, an administrator of the Ferme Générale and a powerful member of a number of other aristocratic councils. All of these political and economic activities enabled him to fund his scientific research. At the height of the French Revolution , he was accused by Jean-Paul Marat of selling watered-down tobacco, and of other crimes and was eventually guillotined a year after Marats death.
  • 85. 6.B He was born on 26 August 1743 in Paris, an administrator of the Ferme Générale and a powerful member of a number of other aristocratic councils. All of these political and economic activities enabled him to fund his scientific research. At the height of the French Revolution , he was accused by Jean-Paul Marat of selling watered-down tobacco, and of other crimes and was eventually guillotined a year after Marats death. He was the "father of modern chemistry ",was a French nobleman prominent in the histories of chemistry and biology
  • 86. 6.C He was born on 26 August 1743 in Paris, an administrator of the Ferme Générale and a powerful member of a number of other aristocratic councils. All of these political and economic activities enabled him to fund his scientific research. At the height of the French Revolution , he was accused by Jean-Paul Marat of selling watered-down tobacco, and of other crimes and was eventually guillotined a year after Marats death. He was the "father of modern chemistry ",was a French nobleman prominent in the histories of chemistry and biology He named both oxygen (1778) and hydrogen (1783) and helped construct the metric system, put together the first extensive list of elements
  • 87. Antoine lavosier
  • 88. scores
  • 89.  Logo of what?
  • 90.  It is so easy, even a child can use it; and they do. The Soviets put it on a coin. Mozambique put it on their flag. Since the end of the Cold War, the _________ has become the Russian peoples greatest export. The creator of this also has his own recipe of vodka, which is the said to be created by combining salt, sugar, vanillin and glycerin.Though the inventor went on to write six books and has continued to write poetry all his life What am I talking about?
  • 91. • Born Shivaji Rao Gaekwad, Q is an Indian film actor, media personality and cultural icon. He made his debut in a regional film directed by K. Balachander who re- christened his name to Q after a character in his play. Q is a recipient of the Padma Bhushan, Indias third highest civilian honour, for his contribution to Indian cinema. He was named one of the most influential persons in Asia by Asiaweek. While acting in many Indian languages, he has also appeared in the cinemas of other nations, including in that of the United States. He initially played antagonist in most of his movies but his breakthrough role was that of a solo hero in which he enthralled and mesmerized audiences by his unique style.
  • 92.  A temple was built in Benaras in 1936 by Shiv Prashad Gupt and was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi. The temple contains no image of any god or goddess. Mahatma Gandhi said, "I hope this temple, which will serve as a cosmopolitan platform for people of all religions, castes and creeds including Harijans, will go a great way in promoting religious unity, peace and love in the country." Who is the presiding deity of this temple?
  • 93.  It’s a traditional Central Asian team sport played on horseback. The steppes people were skilled riders who could grab a goat or calf from the ground while riding a horse at full gallop. The goal of a player is to grab the carcass of a headless goat or calf and then get it clear of the other players and pitch it across a goal line or into a target circle or vat. It was shown in films like “Khuda Gawah” and “Kabul Express”. Identify the sport.
  • 94. 12He has done moreto change the faceof mankind. Who?
  • 95.  Which expression derives from the world of horse racing, where a jockeys win is so assured that he relaxes his grip on the reins when nearing the finish line?
  • 96.  The first battle of Haldighat was fought between Rana Pratap and Akbar. What is known as the “second battle of Haldighat”?
  • 97.  The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) challenging the grant of a patent in the United States for use of haldi for wound healing.
  • 98.  The garden had been laid by Raja Man Singh of Amber and now belonged to his grandson, Raja Jai Singh. By a royal firman, the Emperor gave Jai Singh four havelis in exchange for the garden. The site was also chosen because it was located on a bend in the river, and so could be seen from Emperors personal palace further upstream. What stands in this garden?
  • 99.  Taj Mahal
  • 100. He is most famous for a solitary invention. Many other inventions marked his later life including groundbreaking work in hydrofoils and aeronautics. His own home used a primitive form of air conditioning, in which fans blew currents of air across great blocks of ice. In 1888, he was one of the founding members of the National Geographic Society.He is also credited with the invention of the metal detector in 1881. The device was hurriedly put together in an attempt to find the bullet in the body of U.S. President James Garfield.