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CQC Quiz 20.7.14

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CQC Quiz 20.7.14

  1. 1. ABOUT ME • I’m Surya Narayanan • Bsc.Viscom at PSG CAS • Been Quizzing since 5th grade • Missing God “10”Dulkar • Likes Thalaivar , Dhoni , Rahman • Supports CSK , Brazil
  2. 2. RULES • 32 Questions + LVC • +15/-10 on pounce • +10 on Infinite bounce • KQA Rules apply • Quiz Master’s decision is Final.
  3. 3. Apart from the “GOD OF CRICKET” Sachin Tendulkar , who has scored a century on debut in Irani , Duleep and Ranji Trophy ? 1
  4. 4. Googly :D No one has and he still remains as a Star
  5. 5. X was established in the year 1956, is governed by a Council of Administration consisting of member representatives of the Industry, Government and Scientists.X is sponsored by the Industry and is supported by the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. The foundation stone of X was laid by the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 25th December 1955. X commenced functioning in 1956 in the premises of the SIMA, Coimbatore, with 44 member mills and two Divisions. Quality control in Spinning and Maintenance management in weaving are some of the books published by X. 2
  6. 6. SITRA
  7. 7. Venkat Prabhu, had earlier announced that he was likely to have Hollywood actress X play the character of Premji’s girlfriend in Goa. According to the sources, the actress had asked for a salary of around three million US Dollars (approximately Rs 14 crore), when the entire budget of this film is said to be around just Rs six crore!Since this was impossible , he contacted Melanie Marie an Australian model.But he badly wanted X’s presence and so he named Melanie’s character as X.Id X 3
  8. 8. Jessica Alba
  9. 9. Id the “deity” fondly called as the Mother of Telangana 4
  10. 10. Sonia Gandhi
  11. 11. Russet Burbank(Solanum tuberosum) is a large white potato developed in the 1870s by horticulturalist Luther Burbank. It was not patented because plants such as potatoes that are propagated from tubers were not granted patents in the United States. The Russet Burbank is an expensive variety -- it consumes a great deal of water, takes a long time to mature, and requires large amounts of pesticides -- but it's easy to store and has a consistent texture and taste, which makes it the perfect _______ potato .FITB 5
  12. 12. French Fries
  13. 13. Mapin Publishing is an Indian art book publishing company started in 1984 by Bipin Shah and X , a Padma Bhushan recipient. It publishes illustrated books on Indian art, culture and literature and is based in Ahmedabad. Crafts of Gujarat was the first book published by Mapin Publishing.Id the founder 6
  14. 14. Mallika Sarabhai
  15. 15. First : Navy Bathyscaph Trieste piloted by Lt. Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard. Second :Kaiko , an ROV built by Japan Agency for Marine-EarthScience and Technology Third : Nereus , an HROV built by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Fourth : ??? 7
  16. 16. James Cameron and the exploration of Mariana Trench
  17. 17. ID 8
  18. 18. Rey Mysterio
  19. 19. This sporting goods company was founded in 1954 in Jalandhar , India.But in 1995 when it’s current owner Kunal Sharma wanted to pursue his studies , he established it’s Australian arm in Wollongong , South of Sydney.He settled in Australia and its headquarters was shifted to Wollongong.It still has an industry in Jalandhar which is mainly used for the production of bats.It also manufactures goods for Football , Netball , Golf etc..Matt Prior , Viv Richards are some of its cricket ambassadors and Daniel Harte is its Fitness ambassador.Which Sports goods company am I talking about ? 9
  20. 20. Spartan Sporting Goods
  21. 21. This brand was born when the founder Bao Shen Liu observed that his twin daughters suffering from cerebral palsy, were finding it difficult in gripping a pen or a pencil due to lack of co-ordination and undeveloped muscles. He went on to invent a writing instrument which is now a popular brand. This award winning pen is uniquely designed for more comfortable and "strain free" writing.It is suitable for everyone but is particularly good for children, left handers, students and people with writing difficulties.Which famous brand ? 10
  22. 22. Yoropen
  23. 23. ID 11
  24. 24. Blobfish
  25. 25. Rupesh Paul Productions , an Indian company is set to produce a Thriller made by Movie Makers in Cannes.Titled as “The Vanishing Act” , this movie tells the story of five people who seek revenge for the death of their loved ones. They hijack a plane. but things aren't as they appear.This movie is inspired from which incident ? 12
  26. 26. Disappearance of MH370
  27. 27. 1944 Match between Army and Royal Air Force at Lords.Put Funda 13
  28. 28. A german aircraft carrying a bomb was flying low and people thought it would be dropped at Lords.But it was dropped in Reagents Park and the play was resumed.
  29. 29. During the Mahabharata battle, Kauravas travelled across the country. When they reached the place where the X’s temple is situated, the Kauravas divided their weapons among them. Since then, the place came to be known as ‘Pakutheswaram’, which later became Pavithreswaram.X returned to this place after the battle and attained ‘moksha’ with the blessings of Lord Siva and became Lord X. The subdeities of the temple include Bhuvaneswari Devi, Kiratha Moorthi and Nagaraja.The festival of the temple, popularly known as Malakkuda Maholsavam, is observed in the Makaram month. The temple is maintained by the Kurava community of the region.Who is the Main Deity ? 14
  30. 30. Shakuni
  31. 31. William Gilbert , was an English physician, physicist and natural philosopher. He passionately rejected both the prevailing Aristotelian philosophy and the Scholastic method of university teaching. He is remembered today largely for his book De Magnete (1600). A unit of magnetomotive force, also known as magnetic potential, was named the gilbert in his honour.He is regarded by some as the father of _______ and Magnetism.He is credited to have coined the word ______ . FITB 15
  32. 32. Electricity
  33. 33. In Armenian , it is called hndkahav literally meaning “Indian chicken”. In Catalan, it is called gall d’indi, literally meaning “Indian chicken”. In French, it is called la dinde, which means “chicken from India". In Georgian, it is called indauri, meaning India. In Hebrew, it is called tarnegol hodu literally meaning "rooster of India". In Italian it is known as pollo d'India, with clear reference to India 16
  34. 34. In Polish and Ukrainian, it is Indyk, a reference to India. Similarly it is indik in Yiddish, also referring to India. In Russian, it is called indeyka , relating to India. In Turkish, the bird is called hindi which means “from & related to India,"
  35. 35. Turkey
  36. 36. Sarat Talluri Rao has recently shot to fame with his documentary titled “Furiously Curious”. Rao shot the documentary using a hand-held camera between 2011 and 2013, spending most of his shoestring Rs.4 lakh budget on travelling costs and the purchase of hard disks.The 31-year-old screenwriter, who is currently working on director Dev Benegal’s forthcoming feature Dead, End, shot the documentary over two years before hitting a creative block. “I could have gone on forever,” he says. “I lost some faith in the film—I thought it wasn’t a good enough product technically. But I was always sure of the content.” This 85 minute documentary covers events From Coimbatore to Guwahati.What is its subject ?
  37. 37. Quizzing in India !
  38. 38. LVC
  39. 39. +75/-45
  40. 40. +70/-42
  41. 41. +65/-39
  42. 42. +60/-36
  43. 43. +55/-33
  44. 44. +50/-30
  45. 45. +45/-27
  46. 46. +40/-24
  47. 47. +35/-21
  48. 48. +30/-18
  49. 49. +25/-15
  50. 50. +20/-12
  51. 51. +15/-9
  52. 52. +10/-6
  53. 53. +5/-3
  54. 54. The Answer is
  55. 55. X was founded in 1919 by Frank Little and Alva Kinney, who brought together four grain mills as Nebraska Consolidated Mills (NCM). Initially headquartered in Grand Island, Nebraska, it moved to Omaha in 1922. The company ran at a profit until 1936, when Kinney retired. In 1940, the company began producing flour at its own mill, and in 1942 ventured into the livestock feed business. That year president R.S. Dickinson opened the company's first out-of- state facility in Alabama with a flour mill and animal feed plant. In 1971, Nebraska Consolidated Mills changed its name to X ,a combination of Consolidated and Agriculture.It’s famous product Y was Act II was invented by James Watkins, a former engineer for the Pillsbury Company in Minneapolis, MN and then Founder/President of Golden Valley Microwave Foods. X&Y Please 17
  56. 56. ConAgra Foods ACT II
  57. 57. In 2011 , Japanese arm of X proposed a branch on earth’s galactic neighbour , Moon.Maeda Corp , A Japanese company has come up with a plan for a dome shaped concrete X on the surface of the moon.Company estimates the entire cost will be 1.67 Trillion Yen.But , The company said it will keep the cost down by using mineral deposits on the moon to make concrete.The workers will be required to live on its premises.Which company ? 18
  58. 58. Who ? 19
  59. 59. Steve Jobs
  60. 60. X’s history traces to 1916 when Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd. plan a cooperation with the Tokyo Gas and Electric Industrial Co. to build automobiles.The Ishikawajima company was renamed to X in 1934.It was named after a river in Japan which has it’s source in Mie Prefecture.X literally means “50 Bells” and hence its cars were named “Bellel” and “Bellet” focusing on Bell.Which company ? 20
  61. 61. Isuzu
  62. 62. Codex Gigas (Giant Book) AKA ______ Bible is a large 13th-century manuscript from Bohemia, one of the historical Czech lands.It is known for two features. First, it is reputed to be the biggest surviving European manuscript. Secondly, it contains a large, full page portrait of the ______.It is believed to have been written by a man named Hermann. Codex Gigas is composed of 310 leaves of vellum allegedly made from the skins of 160 donkeys or perhaps calfskin.It is the only holy book dedicated to whom ? 21
  63. 63. Devil’s Bible / Satan
  64. 64. During the World Environtment Day this year , Penguin books launched a new book of poetry called “Green Poems”.These had poems by a renowned poet X whose poems are mainly based on nature.The book was translated into english by JDU Leader Pavan K Varma.Who is this renowned poet,who, among other things is one of India’s finest writers for Children ? 22
  65. 65. Gulzar Children books bosky series
  66. 66. Following the Armistice of 1918, Allied forces occupied the German territory west of the Rhine. To maintain a military presence on the eastern side, the Allied powers extended their zones of occupation by creating three semi-circular bridgeheads of 30 km radius, radiating from Cologne , Koblenz , and Mainz.Because of an error in measurement, the French and American zones did not meet. The resulting gap on the eastern side of the Rhine contained the Wisper valley, the towns of Lorch and Kaub, and villages of Lorchhausen, Sauerthal etc ... Surrounded by the two Allied bridgeheads, the Taunus range to the north-east, and the Rhine to the south-west, this tiny region was effectively cut off from the rest of Germany and subsequently separated from the administration of the Weimar Republic. Owing to the circular nature of the Allied bridgeheads, this enclosed territory took on the shape of a _______, hence the name that was given to the microstate, when it was declared on 10 January 1919. 23
  67. 67. Free state of Bottleneck
  68. 68. X is a large, deep, freshwater lake in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 37 kilometres southwest of the city of Inverness. It is connected at the southern end by the River Oich and northern end opens out into Lake Dochfour.X is the second largest and second deepest lake in Scotland. The only island on X is Cherry Island, visible at its southwestern end, near Fort Augustus. It is a crannog, which is a form of artificial island.Since 1933 X has caught the attention of news agencies worldwide due to a spotting of an unusual creature by George Spicer and his wife in X although the creature is believed to exist since 7th century.How do we know this place better ? 24
  69. 69. Loch Ness
  70. 70. Carol Ann Susie is an American actress who is known for appearances in many dramas like Seinfield , Grey’s Anatomy , Cats & Dogs , That ‘70’s show etc..Although she isn’t seen on screen in Big Bang Theory , she has been paid for more than 30 episodes.Why ? 25
  71. 71. Mrs.Wolowitz
  72. 72. Various trees are claimed to be "the" X tree which Y describes. The King's School, Grantham, claims that the tree was purchased by the school, uprooted and transported to the headmaster's garden some years later. The staff of the National Trust-owned Woolsthorpe Manor dispute this, and claim that a tree present in their gardens is the one described by Y. A descendant of the original tree can be seen growing outside the main gate of Trinity College, Cambridge, below the room Y lived in when he studied there. The National Fruit Collection at Brogdale can supply grafts from their tree, which appears identical to Flower of Kent, a coarse-fleshed cooking variety.Id X and Y 26
  73. 73. Apple , Newton
  74. 74. Who is the father of India ? 27
  75. 75. Movies shot in one take
  76. 76. In 1582, Pope Gregory XIII ordered a new calendar rationally known as the Gregorian Calendar to replace the old Julian Calendar.The new calendar called for New Year's Day to be celebrated Jan. 1. Allegedly those celebrating the old date were called X. Most ancient cultures celebrated the New Year around the time of the Vernal Equinox, the first day of spring. Seemed like a good time to bring in a new year. In 1582, France adopted the reformed calendar and shifted New Year's Day to Jan. 1. So the popular explanation is that many people either refused to accept the new date, or did not learn about it, and continued to celebrate New Year's Day on _____. Other people began to make fun of these traditionalists and the practice spread throughout Europe and it is observed till date.What is this practice ? 28
  77. 77. April Fools
  78. 78. 29
  79. 79. Luiz Suarez bites Giorgio Chiellini
  80. 80. I was born in Jamshedpur in 1957, to doctor parents passionately interested in Carnatic music. Father, a very good untrained singer, taught me my first songs. Started Carnatic training locally at 7, and later with Sh T.M.Thiagarajan in Chennai, while I studied Economics at Loyola College. Parween Sultana's music made me yearn to learn Hindustani music. After an MBA at XLRI, I joined ITC Sangeet Research Academy as a music scholar under Pt.Nivruttibua Sarnaik of the Jaipur gharana.. Unfortunately, certain cardinal errors in training methods damaged my voice. Pt.Sunil Bose, another SRA Master with a brilliant scientific approach had studied some Western voice principles and evolved his own method for Indian music. He brought my voice back, but it was not a musical voice. Nonetheless, I owe my perspective of the Indian singing voice to him. I knew my salvation lay in the Western system and after years of searching, I found Prof. Peter Calatin in Rep. of Ireland in 1991. I started singing in 1993, and teaching voice in 2003.Who am I ? 30
  81. 81. Ananth Vaidyanathan
  82. 82. When heaven and earth began, three deities came into being, The Spirit Master of the Center of Heaven, The August Wondrously Producing Spirit, and the Divine Wondrously Producing Ancestor. These three were invisible. The earth was young then, and land floated like oil, and from it reed shoots sprouted. From these reeds came two more deities. After them, five or six pairs of deities came into being, and the last of these were Izanagi and Izanami, whose names mean "The Male Who Invites" and "The Female who Invites". The first five deities commanded Izanagi and Izanami to make and solidify the land of X, and they gave the young pair a jeweled spear. Standing on the Floating Bridge of Heaven, they dipped it in the ocean brine and stirred. They pulled out the spear, and the brine that dripped of it formed an island to which they descended. On this island they built a palace for their wedding and a great column to the heavens.Thus born what ? 31
  83. 83. Japan
  84. 84. The word derives from the Venetian phrase literally meaning "I am your slave“. The expression was not a literal statement of fact, of course, but rather a perfunctory promise of good will among friends (along the lines of "at your service" in English). Ernest Hemingway's novel A Farewell to Arms (1929), which is set in northeast Italy during World War I, is credited with bringing the word into the English language.Today it is an informal way of greeting.Which word ? 32
  85. 85. Ciao

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