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  • 1. 1. The is a world-renowned drawing created by Leonardo da Vinci circa 1487. The drawing, which is in pen and ink on paper, depicts a male figure in two superimposed positions with his arms and legs apart and simultaneously inscribed in a circle and square. The drawing and text are sometimes called the Canon of Proportions or, less often, Proportions of Man. It is stored in the Gallerie dell'Accademia in Venice, Italy. LogicGate
  • 2. 2.His grandfather was barber to Lord Mountbatten and Nehru.His father was a barber too. He now runs 155 saloons and 42 training academies across Asia. Who? LogicGate
  • 3. 3*. What is a collection of owls called? LogicGate
  • 4. 4.In Cricket, X is made of a single cylindrically shaped piece of wood which has two smaller cylinders of wood protruding from each end. The large central cylinder is called the barrel and the smaller protrusions are the spigots,which are of unequal length. What is X? LogicGate
  • 5. 5.On which day are the Padma Awards given? LogicGate
  • 6. 6.X is a recently popular and controversial Hindi song composed and sung by Ram Sampath, with lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The promotional video of the song has been directed by Sajid Sheikh. Identify X. LogicGate
  • 7. 7.During the summer of 2000, Google Vice President Marissa Mayer received an email with just a number (“37”) in the subject and no message text. She found similar emails sent earlier with “33”, “53”, “What happened to the days of 13” etc. Though confused initially, she soon understood the meaning, and “the number” is currently kept constant at 28, which is a part of “Company Discipline” now. What is being talked about? LogicGate
  • 8. 8. In a pack of playing cards, “A” (Ace) had the least value, whereas “K” the most valued. But, after the _______, “A” is considered to have more value than “K” (King), depicting that the common civilians are more powerful than he King. What incident am I talking about? LogicGate
  • 9. 9. The X effect is the phenomenon whereby a patient's symptoms can be alleviated by an otherwise ineffective treatment; most likely because the individual expects or believes that the treatment will work. What is X? LogicGate
  • 10. 10. Which state of USA was once part of Russia? LogicGate
  • 11. 11. How do we better know 'Clark Kent'? LogicGate
  • 12. 12. Sebastian Vettel is the current F1 world champion having won the 2010 season. For which racing team does he drive? LogicGate
  • 13. 13. Amjad Ali Khan is associated with which musical instrument? LogicGate
  • 14. 14. Who was the first recipient of Rajiv Gandhi 'Khel Ratna' award? LogicGate
  • 15. 15. Which country led a boycott of the 1980 Olympic Games held in Moscow? LogicGate
  • 16. 16. The Queen Alexandra Birdwing is the world’s largest species of what? LogicGate
  • 17. 17. The famous word inscription on the Ashoka pillar is the phrase “Satyamev Jayate”. The question is which Hindu scripture is the phrase taken from? LogicGate
  • 18. 18. Which company's logo depicts a dog named Nipper lending his ears to a gramophone? LogicGate
  • 19. 19. For which sporting legend was the phrase "floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee" coined? LogicGate
  • 20. 20.Connect. LogicGate
  • 21. 21. Whose ad? LogicGate
  • 22. 22.Which common brand have all the three endorsed? LogicGate
  • 23. 23. Identify the music director. LogicGate
  • 24. 24. Which country is this model/actress from? LogicGate
  • 25. 25. Connect. LogicGate
  • 26. 26*. Which animal takes its name from the Malay term for ‘Savage people of the Sunda Islands? ? LogicGate
  • 27. 27*.Id this famous monument? LogicGate
  • 28. 28*. What term for vile, savage and filthy creatures, resembling human beings in Gulliver’s Travels gives its name to an internet giant? LogicGate
  • 29. 29*. Which Kushan king presided over the fourth Buddhist council, held in Kashmir, where it split in the Hinayana and Mahayana sects? LogicGate
  • 30. 30. Identify the singer. LogicGate