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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 Chronicle, 4 days 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 Chronicle3 weeks 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 Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Who am I?

Questions: 1. The unfulfilled love of Rick Blaine and Ilsa Lund forms the backdrop of which classic movie? 2. The actor who played General Outram in Satyajit Ray’s Shatranj Ki Khiladi also played the role of John Hammond in Jurassic Park. Name him? 3. If ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Salute

Questions: 1. The beautiful campus of Indian Military Academy was formerly a training institute for another branch of the Indian administration. Which one? 2. The National Defence Academy was founded from a gift of £1,00,000 from the government of Sudan.
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Sing-a-long

Questions: 1. Tamma Tamma Loge from the movie Thanedar and Jumma Chumma De Do from Hum, were both are lifts from Tama sung by an African singer from Guinea. Name him? 2. Itna na mujhse tu pyaar badha composed by Salil Chowdhury from Chhaya is inspired by a ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Itihaas: Epic proportions

Questions: 1. In the Mahabharata, all the great warriors had their own conch shells. Krishna’s conch shell was called Panchajanya and one that belonged to Arjuna was called Devadatta. Whose conch shell was Ananta Vijaya? 2. On the 13th year of exile, all ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Itihaas: Rule Britiannia

Questions: 1. What is the connection of the person who received the United States patent 1,993,334 in 1931 for a polo stick to the last days of the British Raj in India? 2. Joan Alice Falkiner, later Begum Jahanara, the Australia born wife of Nawab of ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Itihaas: Noble ideals

Questions: 1. He is married to Vera Rosenberry who is known for her Vera series of children books. His son Raman is an internationally awarded cellist. Who are we talking about? 2. While there have been multiple female laureates in all subjects, Economics is ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Itihaas: Sing along

Questions: 1. Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman and Yossou N Dour performed in New Delhi in 1988 as part of the series of concerts held across the globe. What cause did the concert espouse? 2. Max Yasgur, the owner of a dairy farm in Bethel, New ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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