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  1. 1. GENERAL QUIZ
  2. 2. Q1. • The website of the company X reads “World's only manufacturer of both planes and trains. Everywhere people travel by land and in the air, a/an X product is ready to transport them.” • X is a Fortune Global 500 conglomerate company. Its headquarters are in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. • X‟s Delhi headquarters has its registered address as B 301-307, 5, Somdutt Chamber 1, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi, DL 110066.
  3. 3. Bombardier
  4. 4. Q2. • X is the theory that everyone and everything is six or fewer steps away, by way of introduction, from any other person in the world, so that a chain of "a friend of a friend" statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps. It was originally set out by Frigyes Karinthy and popularized by a play written by John Guare. • X is also the title of a song by Irish alternative rock band The Script, taken from their third studio album, #3 (2012).
  5. 5. Six Degrees of Separation
  6. 6. Q3. • A simple write-up from Borussia Dortmund„s training camp in Switzerland on RevierSport Online about their new Armenian signing X and the massive interest from the tiny land-locked Armenia made the author write the follow last paragraph: “The question arises whether it is really so easy to draw the attention of an entire country to a club. If yes, BVB should maybe take promising Y under contract. The 28year-old striker, who currently plays for Z would cost the club less than one million Euros, is popular in his country and in 61 international matches scored an impressive 36 goals for his country.” • This article caused quite a stir online with Y being linked to a transfer to BVB, even though the thought of it seemed ridiculous. It was later confirmed that the writer
  7. 7. • X- Henrikh Mkhtariyan • Y- Sunil Chhetri • Z- Sporting Lisbon
  8. 8. Q4. Connect
  9. 9. Osama Bin Laden
  10. 10. Q5. • This city Y derives it name from the fact that it is the land which King Dhritrashtra donated to X. • X is the son of Rishi Bhardawaja, and is believed to be conceived in a vessel made of clay, which means that there is no mother to him. • Id X and Y.
  11. 11. X – Dronacharya Y - Gurgaon
  12. 12. Q6. Two brands/companies which feature in the lyrics of the song “Hotel California”?
  13. 13. • Mercedez Benz • Tiffany
  14. 14. Q7. Identify the guy.
  15. 15. Verghese Kurien
  16. 16. Q8.
  17. 17. • Himmatwala
  18. 18. Q9. Trivia : Who was the bowler when Sachin Tendulkar reached the first double century in ODI history in 2010 in Gwalior?
  19. 19. • Charl Langeveldt
  20. 20. Q10. • X is an MS Paint web comic series featuring a variety of cartoon characters. The main character X, based on Donald Duck, is often portrayed as a psychotic killer and sex addict. • The comics featured poorly drawn MS Paint characters and misspelled captions in speech bubbles. The first comic seemed to be posted on early May 2010 on Naurunappula and the Meme Generator pics with the actual X face date to early July 2010.
  21. 21. Dolan Comics
  22. 22. Q11. • His name is Edward Michael “X” Y. • After leaving school, XY briefly considered joining the Indian Army and hiked in the Himalayan mountains of Sikkim. He joined the Territorial Army and served as a reservist with the Artists Rifles 21 Regiment, 21 SAS(R), for three years until 1996. • On 16 May 1998, XY climbed to the summit of Mount Everest, 18 months after breaking three vertebrae in a parachuting accident.[36] At 23, he was at the time among the youngest people to have achieved this feat. • In July 2009, XY was appointed the youngest-
  23. 23. Bear Grylls
  24. 24. Q12. ID X. • X‟s batting style contained plenty of unorthodox shots; notable among them was the „falling hook‟, where he finished his follow-through lying on his back. • He was also an occasional wicket-keeper, and a handy medium-pacer. It was his steady half century in the World Cup final of 1975 that paved the way for a blazing innings by Clive Lloyd. • He became captain of the West Indies after Garry Sobers, infusing more determination and resolve in the team, and also became the squad‟s first ever national cricket coach in 1992. • X was widely regarded as one of the best batsmen in the world in the sixties, and is of Indian origin. Sunil Gavaskar has stated that X was the greatest batsman he had ever seen, and named his son after the
  25. 25. • Rohan Kanhai
  26. 26. The Mother “When your mother has grown older, When her dear, faithful eyes no longer see life as they once did, When her feet, grown tired, No longer want to carry her as she walks Then lend her your arm in support, Escort her with happy pleasure. The hour will come when, weeping, you Must accompany her on her final walk. And if she asks you something, Then give her an answer. And if she asks again, then speak! And if she asks yet again, respond to her, Not impatiently, but with gentle calm. And if she cannot understand you properly Explain all to her happily. The hour will come, the bitter hour, When her mouth asks for nothing more.”
  27. 27. Q13. ID the Poet.
  28. 28. • Hitler
  29. 29. Q14. This was taken on 4th October, 2013 at 1:01 am. Give funda.
  30. 30. http://www.sincearsenallastwonatrophy.co.uk /
  31. 31. Q15. “_______!" is a Gujarati phrase which means "I've cut the kite!," which a kite-flyer screams victoriously after cutting the rope of a kite of an adversary, mostly in a competition. It is known to us from a totally different source.
  32. 32. Kai Po Che
  33. 33. Q16. Id this Enid Blyton character : • Named after a distinct physical feature of his • Lived in the “hilly, lumpy, bumpy part of town outside of town.” • He is described as with his white beard, red cap, blue jacket, red-and-white striped jumper and yellow-and-green trousers. • He is the only non toy in Toyland
  34. 34. Big Ears
  35. 35. Q17. •A friend had watched X play for a local pub side and then recommended that he come out and try his luck for The Iron. It took then manager Ron Ashman barely a week before he handed X a contract who went on to play 11 times for Scunthorpe United in the Football League. •“The authorities didn‟t really appreciate me playing against Hull on Boxing Day then flying to the West Indies 24 hours later to captain England,” X said. “But there were no central contracts back then… and I didn‟t really care what the authorities thought.”
  36. 36. Ian Botham
  37. 37. Q18. X was originally marketed by being given away free, with the purchase of Baking Soda in 1891. It became so popular that it was then eventually sold separately as a desired commodity. In 1893, during an economic depression, he introduced two brands of X that would become company icons and are recognized all over the world.
  38. 38. Q19. Where will you find them? • • • • • • • • • Niko Bellic Roman Bellic Dmitri Rascalov Mallorie Jimmy Pegorino Little Jacob Patrick McReary Playboy X Dwayne Forge
  39. 39. GTA IV
  40. 40. Q20. A X playground(or pitch) is rectangular.[4] It is 29 meters in length and 16 meters in width. There are two rectangles at the end. One side of the rectangle is 16 meters and the other side is 2.75 meters. In the middle of these two rectangles, there are two wooden poles. The central lane is 907.50 cm long and 30 cm X 30 cm on the lane. There are eight cross lanes which lie across the small squares and each of it is 500 cm in length and 70 cm in breadth, at right angles to the central lane and divided equally into two parts of 7.30 cm each by central lane. At the end of central lane, two posts are fixed. They are 120 cm above the ground and their circumference is not less than 30 cm and not more than 40 cm. The post is made of wooden poles which are smooth all over. The posts are fixed firmly in the free zone tangent to the post-line at a height between 120 to 125 cm.
  41. 41. Kho-Kho
  42. 42. Q21. Pehchaan kaun
  43. 43. • Alberto Gilardino
  44. 44. Q22. Sides which go very well with the X are curd, fried egg, omelette, Qeema (Ground beef cooked with vegetable and spices), Nihari (a beef dish), zeera aloo (potatoes lightly fried with cumin seeds), daal, and raita as part of a breakfast meal. Some sources claim that X originated from ancient Vedic times. The word Xoriginated from the Vedic Sanskrit word purodhasha. Purodhashas are offered to the fire god during Yajna, Yagna or Homa ceremonies. Vedic
  45. 45. Parantha
  46. 46. Q23. “Oooooo…Now that is brilliant, that is truly exceptional. You‟ve got something to talk about folks, you‟ve just seen the most stunning goal from X. He‟s got four tonight, and _____ are beaten. That‟s an incredible finish!” These are a commentator‟s words describing a goal by X. Give me X.
  47. 47. Zlatan Ibrahimovic
  48. 48. Q24. Which is the only US state which can be typed using only one row of the standard keyboard?
  49. 49. • ALASKA
  50. 50. Q25. Connect
  51. 51. • Imagine Dragons songs
  52. 52. Q26. What do the symbols represent and what are they called?
  53. 53. • Asterisk • Obelisk
  54. 54. Q27. • X is a heavyset, no-nonsense man who dresses in fairly old-fashioned clothes, including wearing pince-nez eyeglasses perched on the tip of an aquiline nose and a tiny wisp of a toupee that perpetually flies off whenever he is upset or startled. • He also has a twin brother named Tony, whose interest and life goals are in complete contrast to X‟s.
  55. 55. • Waldo Weatherbee
  56. 56. Q28. Auro, the character portrayed by Amitabh Bachchan in the film Paa, is suffering from which disease?
  57. 57. • Progeria
  58. 58. Q29. Connect the following films.
  59. 59. • Songs from the film Karz
  60. 60. Q30. ID the blanked out guy.
  61. 61. • Rafael Nadal
  62. 62. Q31. The X (Persian for"Religion of God")[1][2] was a syncretic religion propounded by the Mughal emperor Akbar the Great in 1582 AD, intending to merge the best elements of the religions of his empire, and thereby reconcile the differences that divided his subjects.[2] The elements were primarily drawn from Islam and Hinduism, but some others were also taken from Christianity, Jainism and Zoroastrianism.
  63. 63. • Din e Ilahi
  64. 64. Q32. What is the Indian art of tattoo making called?
  65. 65. • Mehndi
  66. 66. Q33. ID
  67. 67. • Tata Martino
  68. 68. Q34. ID the country from the flag.
  69. 69. • Mozambique
  70. 70. Q35. • X can easily be considered as the unluckiest man in the world. He was one of the original founders of Apple Inc. but sold his share for $800 in 1976, because he found Steve Jobs difficult to work with. Now, these shares are worth more than $35 billion. • Id X.
  71. 71. • Ronald Wayne
  72. 72. Q36. WHAT?
  73. 73. • Underwater Hockey/Octopush
  74. 74. Q37. Who is the only character to feature in the Mahabharata as well as the Ramayana?
  75. 75. • Hanuman
  76. 76. Q38. X is an Indian actor who appears in Hindilanguage films. He is the son and grandson of singers. After brief roles as a child in Vijay (1988) and Jaisi Karni Waisi Bharnii (1989), X decided to venture into acting after graduating from HR College with a bachelor's degree in commerce. In an interview with The Times of India, X said "Music is my hobby, but acting is my passion. A passion that even my grand-dad harboured. So, while my father continued his legacy and became a singer, I pursued his other passion. I am living his dream".
  77. 77. • Neil Nitin Mukesh
  78. 78. Q39. On the eve of the famous Mahabharata battle, Lord Indra, the rain God and king of heavens, disguised as an old Brahmin went to ____ and asked for his X and Y in daan (donation). Indra was apprehensive that ____, by virtue of his phenomenal skills as a warrior, may be able to overwhelm Arjuna. He therefore asked for this gift so as to reduce his strength. ____ had been cautioned by the Sun God that Lord Indra was going to make some such move. But ____ was so large hearted that he could not refuse anyone. Knowing fully well, that Indra was playing a trick on him disguised as a Brahmin, he yet parted with his X and Y, which were parts of his body since birth and which made him invincible. What are X and Y?
  79. 79. • X- Kavach (Armor) • Y- Kundal (Earrings)
  80. 80. Q40. • "Oliver's Army" is a song written by Elvis Costello, originally performed by Elvis Costello and The Attractions, and appearing on the album Armed Forces in 1979. It remains his most successful single, spending four weeks at number 2 in the UK singles chart. • The name of this song came up again in 2008, as the movie X was delivered to some theatres as Oliver‟s Army. • Which movie?
  81. 81. • The Dark Knight :D
  82. 82. Q41. • X was named after a famous American inventor. • X was appointed as Minister of Sport in his country in 1995, serving until 1998. • X, who was the flag waver in his home GP in 2002, got "distracted" and failed to notice Michael Schumacher crossing the finish line! • X has worked as a UNICEF Goodwill ambassador and as a United Nations ambassador, working to protect the environment and fight corruption in his country. • X is mentioned in the song "Ghetto Superstar"
  83. 83. • Pele
  84. 84. Q42.

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