During one of the radio talk-show to coincide a special event
in1972, Jyotiprasad Saikya-journalist from Tripura first used the
term, Later on which become the sign of identification and a
popular catchphrase. What was the term which he used?
Mr. Ray bought 2 bags of cashew nuts. One bag
contained 4.950 Kg and the other bag contained
2730g of nuts. He repacked the nuts equally into 8
smaller packets 1 Kg each with the help of Digital
Machine. What was the mass of each box ?
Bag 4.950 kg = 4950 gm ;
Bag = 2730 gm
Total Mass of cashew = 7680 gm
Mass of Cashew in Each bag= (7680/8) = 960 gm
Mass of Each box with Cashew = 1 kg = 1000 gm
Therefore, Mass of Each Box = 1000-960 = 40 gm.
X was an Indian polymath: a physicist, biologist,
botanist, archaeologist, as well as an early writer of
science fiction. He was the first person from the Indian
Subcontinent to receive a US patent, in 1904. Identify
What word,coined by polish biochemist Kazimerk Funk, has it’s origin
because it was thought that the nitrogen containing functional group
was a vital constituent in the macronutrients that prevented beriberi
and other dietary deficiency?
Winston Churchill labelled this chemical a ‘miraculous’ discovery. Time
Magazine called it a ‘benefactor of all humanity’. 60 years later this has been
directly linked to Cancer, Diabetes and other diseases and banned from use in
U.S , U.K and about two dozen other countries, Unfortunately India is the only
country still manufacturing this product and also, not surprisingly, it’s largest
consumer. Identify the chemical.
X in one of his finest creation ‘Y’, said that he has seen the very starting point of Missisipi, He
has also been to many places among which notable were Austria, Ottawa, Paris and Chicago. He
has also told the tales of Gorkhi sitting on the tomb of the great American author Mark Twain.
Who is X and what is Y
The Puzzle known as ‘Number Place’ in the US, was
published in New York in the late1970s by the puzzle
publisher Dell in it’s magazine Math problems and logic
Puzzles. It become immensely popular in the U.K in 2005,
stimulating international interest. What is it’s popular name
which is also the Japanese for ‘single number’?
X, a nobel laureate, died of the harmful
effects of X’s own discovery. X’s
research paper have been stored in lead
boxes because it is too dangerous to
handle without protective Gear. X is the
discovered 2 elements of the periodic
table, one of which is named after X’s
home town. Identify X.
Love, Courage, Patience, Peacefulness,
Magnaninimity, Goodness, Faithfulness,
Gentleness, Selflessness, Self-control, Self
Sacrifice, Truthfulness, Righteousness, Justice,
Mercy, Gracefulness, Humility, Empathy,
Sympathy, Spiritual knowledge, Moral Values,
Spiritual, Wisdom, The Fear of God, Faith or
Belief or Hope, What does all this 24