“We stated him as an idol but he was elder thanus.Premen,me and Gour were Pennyless this time.We went to coffee house but nobody, speciallywomen were not interested about us.Then he gave an idea. He taught us palmistryand said it is the easy way to lift the soft hand.Premen became master about it and got hissweet softhand but I failed.Gour said to me “Don’t worry” I replied ,“I know----------knows rule”Fill in the blanks plzzzzzz.
It is located between the Water Gate and the St Georges Gate. It was built in 1843 and named after X, the Anglo-Indian scholar and antiquary. The monument rich in Greek and Gothic inlays, was restored by the states public works department in November 2001 and has since been well-maintained. In its initial years, all the royal British entourages used it for embarkation/disembarkation. it is still there, called Man-O-War that belongs to Indian Navy, although is not properly maintained.
‘‘ My sense of duty would not easily allow me to treatthe unknown pathological state of my sufferingbrethren with this unknown medicines . The thoughtof becoming in this way a murderer or malefactortowards the life of my fellow human-beings wasmost terrible to me , so terrible & disturbing that Iwholly gave up my practice in the first years of mymarried life & occupied myself solely with chemistry& writing .’’ NAME THE AUTHOR .
Among Cape Malays of South Africa __X_____ are known as Dhaltjies , & are usually eaten as an appetizers during Iftar. Or as appetizers for wedding , births ,or similar occasions . X derived from Sanskrit . It means ‘ Cooked a small Lump’. Or its derivative ‘ A round cake made of pulse fried in Ghee ‘ . X are also encountered in Afghan Cuisine ..
“My Country! In the days of Glory Past A beauteous halo circled round thy brow And worshiped as deity thou wast, Where is that Glory, where is that reverence now? ” Name the poet … & the poem..
X – is the grandson of famous singer RAICHANDBARAL .X extensively toured with the rock band “SHIVA” frommid 80’s to early 90’ .Collaborating with JAYASHREE SINGH , X started ajingle company called “PINK NOISE”.X , along with his brother , performed under the name“D FOR BROTHER” .ID THIS FAMOUS MUSICIAN .
1st- James Abbot, Abbtabad, where Osama killed in operation Neptune-spear 2nd- Childhood photo of Osama Bin Laden 3rd-Special Chinook Helicopter used in The Operation Neptune-Spear 4th- Roman god of Water & Sea, God Neptune …
19.THE WORD __________ WAS FIRST USED IN THIS SENSE BYLEWIS CARROLL IN THE BOOK “THROUGH THE LOOKINGGLASS”(1871) IN WHICH HUMPTY-DUMPTY EXPLAINS TOALICE THE COINAGE OF THE UNUSUAL WORDS IN“JABBARWOCKY”, WHERE “SLITHY” MEANS “LITHE ANDSLIMY” AND “MIMSY” MEANS “FLIMSY AND MISERABLE”.HUMPTY-DUMPTY EXPLAINS THE PRACTICE OF COMBININGWORDS IN VARIOUS WAYS BY TELLING ALICE “YOU SEE IT’S LIKE A __________ THESE ARE TWO MEANINGS PACKED UP INTO ONE WORD”. WHICH WORD?
The puzzle was invented by the French mathematician Édouard Lucas in 1883. There is a legend about an Indian temple which contains a large room with three time- worn posts in it surrounded by 64 golden disks. Brahmin priests, acting out the command of an ancient prophecy, have been moving these disks, in accordance with the rules of the puzzle, since that time.. According to the legend, when the last move of the puzzle is completed, the world will end. It is not clear whether Lucas invented this legend or was inspired by it.
“I actually asked him to leave the field, X told reporters after the game. "As a captain, it was a situation like you ask a particular bowler to do it and he said he had never done certain things before. Thats why you have practice sessions, to practise. I asked him to simply bowl over the wicket. I dont see why it should be a problem. He wasnt up for it and if youre not up for it, why give that particular bowler the ball. I just see it that he [Y] doesnt want to take part. It was my call to actually ask him to leave and tell him that he is not needed anymore."
ANSWER :- ENGLISH FOOTBALL CLUB’S NICKNAMES .1) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (SPURS) .2) ARSENAL (GUNNERS) .3) EVERTON F.C. (TOFFEE) .4) FULHAM (COTTAGERS) .
To kill Prahllad , Hiranyakashipu told his sister & Prahllad to enter into the fire . Due to a boon his sister didn’t burn . But entering into the fire along with Prahllad , Hiranyakashipu’s sister was burnt but Prahllad became alive . Which Indian ritual is developed from this incident …?
X started his record business under the name “Y", The name “Y" was suggested by one of Xs early employees because they were all new at bussiness.Y signed such controversial bands as the Sex Pistols, which other companies were reluctant to sign. Y also introduced Culture Club to the music world. In the early 1980s, Y purchased the gay nightclub Heaven. The early 1980s also saw X’s only attempt as a producer—on the novelty record "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep", by Singing Sheep in association with Doug McLean and Grace McDonald. The recording was a series of sheep baaing along to a drum machine produced track and even made the charts at number 42 in 1982.
PUT FUNDA .1) TOTA RAHASYA .2) PROFESSOR DASGUPTER FORMULA .3) NANDAN KANAN RAHASYA .4) HILL STATION-A HATYAKANDO .
X (1986) is a novel in verse about the lives of a number of young professionals in San Francisco. The novel is written entirely in Onegin stanzas after the style Aleksandr Pushkins Eugene Onegin. Y had encountered Charles Johnstons 1977 translation of it in a Stanford second-hand bookstore and it changed the direction of his career, shifting his focus from academic to literary work. The likelihood of commercial success seemed highly doubtful — and the scepticism of friends as to the novels viability is facetiously quoted within the novel; but the verse novel received wide acclaim (Gore Vidal dubbed it "The Great California Novel") and achieved healthy sales. “X, an opera in two acts with music by Conrad Cummings and libretto from the novel-in-verse by Y adapted by the composer" is currently (2010) in development by LivelyWorks and American Opera Projects and receives a staged workshop production at the Rose Studio at Lincoln Center in New York City in January 2010. Name the novel & the famous writer ..
Pandit Ketaki Prasad stated a law tofind the body of X.He believed that X’sbody must be discovered.In 2008some adventurer agreed with histheory and search the whole KumayunHimalayan territory.IndianArcheological fund also approved thisMission.The name of this Mission isalso X.Identify the X?
The ‘X’s’ concept first appeared in a patent acquired by Herbert A. Gilbert in 1963. The modern ‘X’ was invented by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik in 2003 & introduced to the market the following year . The company he worked for , Golden Dragon Holdings, changed its name to Ruyan & started exporting products in 2005-2006 ,before receiving the first international patent in 2007 …
Christopher Bird and Nathan Emery fromUniversity of Cambridge in May 2011published a paper titled “Insightfulproblem solving and creative toolmodification by captive nontool-usingRocks”, describing the results of anexperiment they did using 4 rooks - Cook,Fry, Connelly and Monroe.The experimentinvolved the solving of a situation basedon a 2000 year old tale. What was thepaper all about?
THE BIG FOUR, FAMOUS FOR THE PARIS PEACECONFERRENCE.•GEORGES CLEMENCEAU, 72ND PRIME MINISTER OFFRANCE•DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, PRIME MINISTER OF UK•WOODROW WILSON, 28TH PRESIDENT OF USA•VITTORIO ORLANDO, 35TH PRIME MINISTER OFITALY
Mythological stories claim that X was the place where King Satyavrata ( ) resided after the flood in his kingdom, with the help of Vishnu- Avatar Matsya. A king of theYadavs, nicknamed "Mahabali" ruled over this last in the very ancient times. He was impotent. His guru was Maharishi Dirghatamas. Mahabali had many wives and so Maharishi Dirghatamas with the permission of his king impregnated Mahabalis chief queen Sudeshna. Queen Sudeshna bore five children or "Kshetrajas" (rulers of lands), one of them was King Anga, which is modern-day X.
GURU DUTT, ORIGINALLYBASANTA KUMAR SHIBSHANKAR PADUKONE
The term is a colloquialism which is variously construed either to refer X & Y, or X alone . The term comes from the fact that X & Y are located in the Southern Hemisphere . The famous boxing champion Kostya Tszyu was nicknamed __________,which is very much related to that term .. Now days that nickname is very popular in the advertisement world …
X formed a club named lunar club forprotesting against British,he created a song“Hindustan me kya hai tumahara/o Britishbechara/abhi chali jao England baja karband/mandir masjid me puja arti/masjid meinsuno ajan pukarti/dilko diya dil hindumusalman/sari hindustan mein aayitufan/garibo ko dukh ki hogi asan.”X sang this song on Quit India Movement topersist bat-tala thana,and arrested by police.Identify the X?
In June 1905, X launched Y, it became the companys best selling product by 1913. George X Junior, responsible for the development of Y, a customer’s daughter suggested the name of Y, & the name stuck.". In 1933 Y went out of production briefly then came back in 1934. By this point, X was the brand leader in the United Kingdom. In 1928, Xs introduced the "glass and a half" slogan to accompany the Y.
1st-Paul Saltzman,film director , film name – ‘Beatles in India ‘ 2nd- Mira Nair , written a book about the Beatles visit in India ,named ‘The Beatles visit to India ‘ 3rd- Chaurasi Kutia Ashram , where The Beatles came to Maharishi Mahesh. 4th- Dehradun, the Beatles song , that never Released
In the last 3 hours of the 5th test at The Oval (1921) , Xdecided to rest his key bowlers & allowed his part-timebowlers to rotate as they pleased & fielders toconfigure themselves . During this time , X picked up anewspaper that had been blown across the field &began to read . When asked about this later , X was saidto have replied , “ I want to see who were playing ”although this is claimed to be apocryphal .## ID THE CRICKETER .
It is a ancient term for a female personification of a Island. The name is Latin,& derives from the Greek form Prettanike ,which originally designated a collection of Islands with individual names , including Albion or X. However , in the 43 AD the roman empire conquest the Island,which came to encompass the parts of Caledonia(roughly Scotland). In the 2nd century it came to be personified as a goddess, armed with a trident & shield & wearing a centurion’s helmet ..
“ . . . The First lady’s office said today that__________ , a black-American short-hair cat ,died yesterday at the WHITE HOUSE .Bush’s daughter Barbara , then 9 , had namedthe cat __________ after baseball player RubenSierra , . . . ”## FILL IN THE BLANKS .
X was founded in Santa Monica, California by Derek Humphry in 1980. In 1992, following the publication of his book Final Exit, Derek Humphry left the leadership of X . In 2003 the national organization renamed itself, and a year later merged with another group into a newly formed national organization called Compassion & Choices. In 1998, X formed a side group called Caring Friends which provided its members with support and guidance, nationwide. Another X offshoot is The Gladd Group, was founded in the San Diego suburb of La Mesa, California by Sharlotte Hydorn (born 1919 or 1920), who met Humphry after the death of her husband, and joined the X.[
This famous Pulitzer winning book initially met critical reception for the first few years after its publication. However later realist critics attacked the book for its unrealistic & factually incorrect elements, i.e. the position of the Star Reigel . The book was also derided as “ Embrassingly Narcistic , overly sentimental & psychologically simplistic.” Today it’s considered less significant than some of the novel winning author’s other works. It’s the 1st fictional book , which has been included in Management Studies.
•X is an adventure comic strip , 1st published Jan 7 , 1934 . Thestrip was inspired & created to compete with the alreadyestablished “BUCK ROGERS’’ comic strip .•In AUSTRALIA the character & strip were retitled SPEED (Y)_____________to avoid a negative connotation of the word Y .At the time , the predominant meaning of Y was “showy’’ ,connoting dishonesty .## ID THIS FAMOUS COMIC STRIP .
X with that spelling ,was used in publications as early as 1833. These include an 1833 American book called THE SKETCHES & ECCENTRICITIES OF COL.DAVID CROCK, OF TENNESSEE.which was reprinted that same year in THE LONDON LITERARY GAZETTE . The word was extensively used in literature by the 1860s..
the years are 2005-ASHES WIN,2009- ASHES WIN,2010- T20 WORLD CUP WIN,2011-NO.1 TEST TEAM..
He was born in Karachi in British India state. He came to Bombay with the intention to become a cricketer, but here, he joined theatre and finally became a Bollywood actor. He learned acting in the Filmalaya School of Acting in Bombay. he married Minny in 1986 and they had two daughters, Vinati and Manjari and a son, Vikrant.
X is a bengali feature-film released in September 2005. The name suggests about the type of movie. Its not a movie of continuous story of 1 and half hour. Rather its a compilation of six different stories combined together, all of around 20–25 minutes duration. All directed by different directors. The movie is a kind of experiment with short stories after success of telefilm industry.Argyakamal Mitra’s Janmodin, Partha Sen’s Pakshiraj, Indranil Roychowdhury’s Tapan Babu, Prabhat Roy’s Ragun Babur Galpo, Anjan Dutta’s Tarpor Bhalobasha and Kaushik Ganguly’s ProgressReport make up the package of six. id the film
“In all the circumstances, we have decided that we will each wear a black armband for the duration of the World Cup. In doing so we are mourning the death of democracy in our beloved ______. In doing so we are making a silent plea to those responsible to stop the abuse of human rights in our country. In doing so, we pray that our small action may restore sanity and dignity to our Nation.” Who said this about what?
In Greek it means “inquiry , knowledge acquired by investigation” . In the Proto-Indo- European agent noun it means ‘ One who knows’ . It was still in the Greek sense that Francis Bacon used the term in the late 16th century . The word entered the English language in 1390 with meaning of ‘ relation of incidents,story ‘ . In Middle English the meaning was ‘Story’ in general .