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Kishore Kumar and Kishore Kumar (from
the movie Half Ticket)
4) In classical education the four difficult
subjects were arithmetic, geometry, music
The three relatively simpler subjects were
logic, grammar and rhetoric.
What were these three subjects together
5) The Great Gatsby is being made into a movie by
Baz Luhrmann (release in 2012). It stars Leonardo
DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby, Tobey Maguire as Nick
Carraway and Carey Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan.
Meyer Wolfsheim, a Jewish associate of Gatsby, is
described as a gambler who fixed the World Series
(an allusion to Arnold Rothstein, who was blamed
for the Black Sox Scandal in 1919).
Who is making his Hollywood debut in a cameo
10) This dish is made using a naan with an
egg coating, stuffed with mutton
/chicken, rolled up and sprinkled with a
special masala. The vegetarian option uses
paneer or potatoes as a stuffing.
The snack was inspired by the inventor’s
experience with Lebanese pita bread during
a 1967 stopover in Beirut and named for a
West Indian cricketer. Name this signature
*15) This Vancouver-based not-forprofit magazine has been around
It is famous among other things
for its spoof ads, called
It is now best
known, however, for a blog post
on July 13, 2011 and the
subsequent registration of a
domain name the next day.
What are we talking about?
The Occupy Wall Street movement, first
proposed on the magazine's blog.
The domain name registered was
*16) Identify the actress playing the role of the
guide at the Rodin museum.
*17) Which hit film was made as a response to
Lal Bahadur Shastri's slogan of “Jai
jawaan, jai kissan” during the Indo-Pak war
Manoj Kumar’s Upkaar – the story revolved
around the farmer hero who joins the 1965 war.
*18) Identify the female model in this
advertisement for Westside.
Giselli (or Giselle)
Monteiro – the
Brazilian model who
started her acting
career with Love Aaj
Kal as Harleen Kaur.
*19) Give an eight-letter sporting term to
connect the three visuals.
Approach (the tennis shot is an approach
*20) Identify the MP /poet from the poems:
Weary with toil throughout the
I await the dreams on the silver
screen I can hire. Following my
I joined the school,
combed my hair,
avoided some friends,
clothed myself well,
cleaned my teeth, prayed,
married and am now waiting for
I am entering this fire
not to prove my truth,
but to cleanse myself
of the stains of your touch.
21) The Alam (flag) of Hussein ibn Ali, the Shia
beheaded in the Battle of Karbala in 680 AD, was
obtained by Timur Lang.
These flags below take their design from the
legendary Alam and served as whose official flag?
The Mughal empire.
The flags of the Muslim League and Pakistan
derive from this Mughal flag.
22) Who was the only player/official common
between the two tied cricket Test matches
(1960 Brisbane and 1986 Chennai)?
Bob Simpson - player
in 1960 and coach in
23) Which protein and neurotoxin was first
used in 1980 on humans to treat strabismus
(squint-eyes) and blepharospasm
24) Her name means ‘white chaste flower’ in
Italian and she was apparently the leading
opera singer of her time, though her
repertoire appears to be limited to one aria.
Her voice was powerful enough to part a
viewer’s hair, and to blow back curtains in
the opera box. Asteroid ‘1950 SL’ was named
in her honour. Name her.
Variants on the
spelling of the name
27) If "Maly" is the Russian for “small”, what
word in Russian is used to describe
This word is part of the name of a major
Moskow landmark which opened in October
2011 after extensive six years of renovations.
29) IAAF, the international governing body for
athletics, expands as the “International
Association of Athletics Federations.”
A small change was quietly made in 2001. Before
this, what did the first “A” in IAAF stand for?
30) Victor Bergeron founded the Trader Vic
restaurants, whose food, drink and decor were
inspired by the South Pacific.
In 1944, he blended Jamaican rum, fresh
lime, Curaçao and rock candy syrup with ice
and served it to two visiting friends from
Tahiti. They remarked, “out of this world—the
best” in Tahitian.
The drink was thus named as what?