Republic day Whacky Wednesday Jan 25th 2012
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This was a quiz conducted on 25th Jan in TCS . TT or Thursday Thriller is a quiz conducted on every Thursday by TCS quiz Club since 2006. Since this quiz was conducted on a Wednesday in view of......

This was a quiz conducted on 25th Jan in TCS . TT or Thursday Thriller is a quiz conducted on every Thursday by TCS quiz Club since 2006. Since this quiz was conducted on a Wednesday in view of 26th Jan Holiday this was named Whacky Wednesday

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  • 1. Republic Day TT 25 th Jan 2012 Subrata Dass
  • 2. 1
    • "Oral sex? Oral sex you want? You’ll get oral sex when the kid next door walks on the moon"!
    • As per an urban legend what is the significance of this statement ?
  • 3. 2
    • As per business jargon what is an air loan ?
  • 4. 3 Where would you find students of this school ?
  • 5. 4 “ We're Never out of our depth” Connect
  • 6. 5
    • If DINK is Double Income No Kids what or who are NEET ?
  • 7. 6
    • While he called her Nosey she called him Steve. How do we know the couple that was never to be?
  • 8. 7
    • Who owns the brand “Mumbai Doodh: Swaad Maharashtracha”?
  • 9. 8 One of the co-owners of this restaurant is Dharshan Munidasa . Who are the more famous co-owners of this restaurant ?(Hint : Think sports Hyderabad/Kochi/Chandigarh/Preity Zinta)
  • 10. 9
    • A Mumbai teen debuts as the first Indian superhero created by comic legend Stan Lee, the driving force behind some of the world's popular comic book heroes like Super-Man, X Men, Thor and Fantastic Four. Lee in collaboration with local artists and writers has created the hero “X - The Invincible," that is expected to be launched in India by April 2012 and would be distributed in India by Liquid Comics. Id X
  • 11. 10
    • X__Yis a species of jumping spider found in Central America including Mexico, Costa Rica and Guatemala. It is the type species of the genus X, which includes one other species. It is notable for its peculiar diet, which, uniquely for a spider, is mostly herbivorous. No other known spider has such a thoroughly herbivorous diet. The genus name is derived from Z a book by the poet A who wrote the poem B which appears over the player's entrance to Wimbledon's Centre Court . The name of the species honors A and has part of his name in it. Id X,Y,Z,A,B
  • 12. 11 The name of this tree is Arbre du Ténéré or the Tree of Tenere. It was an Acacia Tree and a well known landmark on caravan routes through the Ténéré region of the Sahara in northeast Niger. What is its claim to fame ??
  • 13. 12
    • If you are a member of AFOL and visiting Billund in Denmark is almost like a pilgrimage to you. Expand AFOL
  • 14. 13
    • In aviation, X is a term used when members of an airline's flight staff are carried free of charge but not working. This most often happens when airline crew are located in the wrong place and need to travel to take up their duties. This is also known as positioning.
    • The etymology of the expression is unknown, but aviation experts say the term originated "when trains were hauling cattle, if one died enroute, it was known as a X, as opposed to live stock. Trains only got paid for carrying the live ones
  • 15. 14
    • X is a hand-spun yarn woven in India, made popular in the 1960s (most notably in S E Hintons book The Outsiders). Dyes that were not colorfast were used, resulting in bleeding and fading colors that gave the fabric a new, personalized look each time it was laundered. As the colours bled into the water during each wash, it was called X . Especially popular in California at the time, shirts were marketed as guaranteed to fade.
    • Hint : Badmaash Company
  • 16. 15
    • X which can be translated literally from Japanese as "death from overwork", is occupational sudden death. Although this category has a significant count, Japan is one of the few countries which reports it in the statistics as a separate category.
    • The major medical causes of X deaths are heart attack and stroke due to stress. The first case of X was reported in 1969 with the death from a stroke of a 29-year-old male worker in the shipping department of Japan's largest newspaper company.
    • It was not until the later part of the 1980s, during the Bubble Economy, however, when several high-ranking business executives who were still in their prime years suddenly died without any previous sign of illness, that the media began picking up on what appeared to be a new phenomenon.
    • This new phenomenon was quickly labeled X and was immediately seen as a new and serious menace for people in the work force. In 1987, as public concern increased, the Japanese Ministry of Labour began to publish statistics on X.
  • 17. 16
    • Who owns the production house : Photon Kathas. Hint :
  • 18. 17
    • Lemon juice and sugar added to the phosphates and other good stuff make up the current fruity flavor that X now has. However its original flavor as per one football players assertion was almost the same as a certain yellow colored liquid bodily excretion. How do we better know this drink invented by Dr Robert J Cade
  • 19. 18
    • Who is the owner of the site edustrokes.com which promises to make kids learn mathematics using cricketing concepts ?
  • 20. 19 Id the TV Series
  • 21. 20
    • Simply name the winners of the Australian open men's and women’s Singles championship in 1986.
    • Hint : Know your quiz master 
  • 22.