1.• After death of Ramakrishna,Vivekananda and others lived inBarahnagar math which inside ofBali municipality. Some specialcause, municipality started enquiryand at last increase tax for thismath. Officially they said it was notreligious place it is justbaganbari.Just tell me what is thespecial cause?
2.• The concept of X refers primarily to artists, writers,composers and thinkers whose work is opposed tomainstream cultural values and often has atrenchant social or political edge. , the term "X" hasbeen co-opted and misapplied by various sectorsof the mainstream culture industry since the1960s,X is being shown to be a variety orsubcategory of Bohemianism. To view the postwarneo-X as the empty recycling of forms andstrategies from the first two decades of thetwentieth century. The Xs co-option by the globalcapitalist market, by neoliberal economies.• Identify the style X?
3.• The story surrounds the baffling double murderof Madame LEspanaye and her daughter. Themurder occurs in an inaccessible room on thefourth floor locked from the inside. Neighborswho hear the murder give contradictoryaccounts, each claiming that he heard themurderer speaking a different language. Parisnatives Dupin and his friend, the unnamednarrator of the story, read these newspaperaccounts with interest.Atlast,dupin concludedthat murderer is not a human being but aorang otang.• Synopsis of which story?
6.• Krona, an exiled Oan, travels across anddestroys universes seeking the truth of creation.When he arrives in universe the Grandmaster,wanting to save his universe, proposes thatthey play a game. If Krona wins, theGrandmaster will lead him to a being in thatuniverse who has witnessed creation. If heloses, Krona has to spare the Grandmaster’suniverse.Grand master called two unit forplaying and they playe a game with eachotherand atlast when krona want to destroyedthe universe, they fought together first time.• Which two side played the game to saveuniverse?
7.• X was considered the "imperial gem".X became a favouritematerial for the crafting of Chinese scholars objects, suchas rests for calligraphy brushes, as well as the mouthpiecesof some opium pipes, due to the belief that breathingthrough X would bestow longevity upon smokers who usedsuch a pipe. The vivid green variety became known asFeicui (翡翠) or Kingfisher (feathers) X. In the history of theart of the Chinese empire,X has had a special significance,comparable with that of gold and diamonds in the West.New Zealand, known as Te Wai Pounamu in Māori. thematerial was highly symbolic, and it was often employed inthe performance of ideological practices and rituals inMesoamerica.• Id the X?
8.• This incident happened in a basque town atabout 16:30 on Monday, 26 April 1937,warplanes of the German Condor Legion,commanded by Colonel Wolfram vonRichthofen.After this incident a historical artcreated which displayed on the wall of theUnited Nations Building in New York City at theentrance to the Security Council room from1985 to 2009. A critic said, “X is like whatBeethovens Ninth Symphony is to music: acultural icon that speaks to mankind not onlyagainst war but also of hope and peace.”• Id the X?
9.• This system is also used as a rating system formultiplayer competition in a number of videogames, and has been adapted to team sportsincluding association football, American collegefootball, basketball, Major League Baseball,and eSports. Supposing Player A wasexpected to score points but actually scoredpoints. The formula for updating his rating is• The system was featured prominently in TheSocial Network during the algorithm scenewhere Mark Zuckerberg released Facemash.• Which rating system?
11.• Endonym of this language are RUNA SIMI.Itis official language of three south Americancountry Peru,Bolivia & Equador.It influenecedby language like Aymara.It was banned frompublic use in Peru in the late 18 th century inresponse to the TUPAC AMARU 2rebelion.The oldest written records of thelanguage by Fray Dominigo De Banto Tomasin 1538.Anciently,It was royal language ofInca civilization and written medium of thislanguage were colourful strings or rope calledKIPU.Now it is world Heritage language.• Which language?
14.• First written evidence was exit in 2nd centuryAthenaeus of Naucratis provides a recipe for laganawhich he attributes to the 1st century Chrysippus ofTyana:An early 5th century cookbook describes thisdish. The first concrete information concerning Xproducts in Italy dates from the 13th or 14th century.Historians have noted several lexical milestonesrelevant to X, none of which changes these basiccharacteristics. In North Africa, a food similar to X,known as couscous, has been eaten for centuries.There is a legend of Marco Polo importing X fromChina. In the 14th and 15th centuries, dried X becamepopular for its easy storage.Now every year 100million ton X is produce and sell through the world.• Id the food item X?
15.• The film opens on a woodcutter and a priestsitting beneath the city gate to stay dry in adownpour. A commoner joins them and they tellhim that theyve witnessed a disturbing story,which they then begin recounting to him. Thewoodcutter claims he found the body ; upondiscovering the body, he says, he fled in a panicto notify the authorities. Both men were thensummoned to testify in court, where they metthe captured bandit who claimed responsibilityfor the rape and murder.• Synopsis of which classic movie?
18.• It is an alkali-aluminosilicate sheet. It ismanufactured using ion exchange toproduce compressive residual stress atthe surface to prevent cracks frompropagating. The manufacturer says thematerials primary properties are itsstrength and its hardness (with aVickers hardness test rating of 622 to701) — and that the material can berecycled.• Descripson of which things?
• The 1996 Wisden records that"fried calamari stopped play" duringa South African domestic match atPaarl in February 1995. This wasprobably the most bizarre incidentwhich stopped play in a game ofcricket.• What happened??19.
Calamari is a mediterranean dishmade using Squid. The batsmanDaryll Cullinan hit a six into a fryingpan in a kitchen in a nearbybuilding. It was about ten minutesbefore the ball was cool enough forthe umpires to remove the grease.Even then, the bowler Fanie DeVilliers was unable to grip the balland it had to be replaced later.
20.• AUDIO• THIS IS THEME MUSIC OFWHICH ORGANISATION