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Itihaas: Out with the old

Metempsychosis is the law of nature; when there is darkness, fierce competition and dismal decay the cycle will give way to renewal, rejuvenation and reincarnation. Cities and even brands stand testimony to this. Take for example the Island of Sentosa in ... The Financial Chronicle, 3 days ago

Itihaas: Brandwagon

Questions: 1. Jane Mallory, singer and actor is known for her role in movies such as Death on the Nile, Evil Under the Sun and Don Juan. She has been a long time supporter of the Burmese democracy movement, leading a protest march at the Cannes Film festival ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Itihaas: From real to reel  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Itihaas: Scandal in the wind

Questions: 1. In Bahasa, it means flowers and in Tagalog, it is a slang for fashionable. This phrase was also used by a group of pranksters, including Virginia Woolf in 1910. Which phrase connected to a political scandal are we referring to? 2. Mundhra ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Itihaas: casting@web

Questions: 1. “Just setting up my twttr” was the first ever twitter message sent on March 21, 2006. It was sent by a cofounder of Twitter. Who? 2. Three college kids from Finland, Niklas Hed, Jarno Vkevainen and Kim Dikert, take part in a competition. One ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Hop on board

Questions: 1. A very special personality flagged off the Karnataka Express on April 16, 2002, to commemorate 150 years of Indian Railways. Who? 2. Which daily train that runs between Asansol and Howrah is named after the first anthology of poems penned by the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Read between lines

Questions: 1. How did the The Cuckoo’s Calling, the debut detective novel by Robert Galbraith described by his publisher as “a former plain clothes Royal Military Police investigator who had left in 2003 to work in the civilian security industry,” ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: M for mascots

Questions: 1. Wenlock and Mandeville, the mascots of London Olympics, were literally created from the last two drops of steel used in building the Olympic stadium. How did the two mascots get its name? 2. Many Olympic mascots have been animals and created on ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Itihaas: Dip into nature's basket

Questions: 1. Galapagos in South America is famous as the place where Charles Darwin developed his origin of species theory after observing animal life in that island. In which country is Galapagos situated? 2. Cape Horn in Chile is regarded as the southern ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Itihaas: New kids on the block

Questions: 1. A helicopter parent is one who is excessively involved in his or her child’s life and activities. Who is a boomerang child? 2. Which term was coined by Casey Fenton after his experiment of randomly emailing 1500 students in Reykjavik resulted ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: B for Brazil

Questions: 1. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world and borders every other South American country except two. Which two? 2. Portuguese started taking interest in developing Brazil as a colony after they discovered a tree whose red dye could be ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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