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PART POINTS ON THE QMS DISCRETION1. The largest _____ in Asia, exists in Puliakulam, Coimbatore. What am I talking about?ANSWERGANESHA IDOL2.Name: Susan Astronomonov * Has a noticeably strange laugh which always appears to follow the same pattern of 3 to 5. * Claims to be the Monarch of Darkness. * Has an intelligence approximately equal to that of a nemesis.

ANSWERMandark!Haha. HahaHahaha.

3.Part I-Union and its Territory Part II - Citizenship. Part III Fundamental Rights Part IV-Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties. Part V- The Union. Part VI - The States. Part VII- States in the B part of the First schedule. Part VIII- The Union Territories Part IX - Panchayat system and Municipalities. Part X - The scheduled and Tribal Areas Part XI- Relations between the Union and the States. Part XII-Finance, Property, Contractsand Suits Part XIII-TradeandCommercewithin the territory of India Part XIV- Services Under the Union, the States andTribunals Part XV-Elections Part XVI- Special Provisions Relating to certain Classes. Part XVII-Languages Part XVIII- Emergency Provisions Part XIX- Miscellaneous Part XX- Amendment of the ____ Part XXI- Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions Part XXII- Short title, date of commencement, Authoritative text inHindi and Repeals.ANSWERTHE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA4.In 1963, an unemployed 27 year old man was arrested for stealing $8 from a bank employee in Phoenix, Arizona. While in custody, he was picked up from a line up by a woman who said he had kidnapped and raped her. After 2 hours of interrogation the police gained a confession but the US Supreme Court threw out the confession.Who was this man? (A surname will do.)


THE MIRANDA RIGHTS WERE NAMED AFTER HIM5.X are a system of financial incentives designed to keep an employee from leaving the company. These can include employee stock options that will not vest for several years but are more often contractual obligations to give back lucrative bonuses or other compensation if the employee leaves for another company.

X are a response by the companies in industries where it is common for highly paid employees to frequently move from one firm to another, often before the company feels that it has earned a return on the investment in the employee.

More broadly, the term can also refer to any kind of situation in which a generous salary is used to keep an important employee from looking for a more desirable but less certain position.

X ?


ANSWERPatent Lawsuits filed by different companies7.According to legend, during theSamudra manthan, theasuraX drank some of the divine nectar. But before the nectar could pass his throat,Mohini(the female avatar ofVishnu) cut off his head. The head, however, remained immortal. Hanuman, in his childhood, famously flew towards the sun, as it appeared to be a big fruit. X arrived and saw Hanuman trying to swallow the sun; little Hanuman, seeing X, was attracted to the curiosity of the disembodied head, and caught him. X?




ANSWERLord Mountbatten in his Viceroys Office. The calendar shows the days left for transfer of power.10.Why the controversy ??




MYTHOLOGY1. The Sensory Organs , 8 Ragas / Dveshas , The 3 Gunas , Vidya and Avidya - as a traveler where do you encounter all this ?

ANSWERThe 18 steps of Sabarimala

2. In Hindu tradition, what are the seeds of Elacocarpus known as?


SPORTS1. In the 1968 Summer Olympics held in Mexico City, medal winners John Carlos and Tommie Smith did the X during the American national anthem. For this, they were barred from further Olympic activities??ANSWER BLAC POWER SALUTE


ANSWEREnglish footballer Jack ReynoldsAjax and Netherlands player and coach Rinus Michels Istvn Kovcs, Romanian footballer and coachJohan Cruyff

ANSWERTotal FootballThe tactic in which any outfield player can assume the role of any other player in the team, pioneered byAjaxfrom 1969 to 1973, and further used by theNetherlands teamin the1974 World Cup.

43ENTChris Van Allsburg is an American author and illustrator of children's books. One of his most famous works is 'The Polar Express', which was adapted into an Oscar nominated animated film in 2004.

Apart from this, two other works of his, with almost identical plots, have been made into films in 1995 and 2005 respectively. What are their names?

ANSWERJumanji and zathura

ANSWERMartin landau as bela LugosiAnd kate blanchett as Katherine HepburnOnly actors to win Oscars portraying other actors

GOVT and poltics

Why so ????ANSWER Indian Express ran a blank editorial in protest of Indira Gandhis Press Censorship during emergency. The newspaper decided it would rather not have an editorial column than be a propaganda tool.

This word derives from the practice where Roman politicians would wear white clothes (not unlike Indian politicians today). Which word is this?


It is derived from clad in white

BRANDSX was born in Bavaria, Germany . At the age of 18, he sailed for the United States to join his brothers Jonas, Daniel, and Louis, who had begun a dry goods business in New York City He moved to San Francisco and opened his dry goods wholesale business. On May 20,1873 X and Davis, a local tailor received United States patent for using copper rivets to strengthen the pockets of denim pants and began the first to introduce a very famous line of apparel.

Identify X.


Atchan, the Sony boy


ANSWERAritifical Lights (Light Pollution)

The X image was first proposed in October 2003 by Eric S. Raymond, claiming a need for a uniting and recognizable symbol for his perception of their culture. This refers to the culture around BSD, MIT, GNU, Linux, Perl, etc.; that is, the community around free software and open source.

Raymond has said that one does not claim to be a X by displaying this , but suggests that "by using this ,you express sympathy with X's goals, X's values, and the X way of living".

The image itself is a representation of a glider formation in Conway's Game of Life.







2.127 games played, 497 plate appearances, 46 runs scored out of 88 hits batting.202 with 3home runs, 51runs batted in, 30stolen bases, and 11errors.Whose stats?




4.During a world changing moment X recalled from the Bhagawad Gita :"If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst at once into the sky, that would be like the splendor of the mighty one. and "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds." What event am I talking about? Bonus points for Identifying X.

ANSWERTrinity explosion. The first ever atomic test. The person is J.Robert Oppenheimer5.In the Super Six match between Australia and India during the 1999 World Cup, Robin Singh was out as mentioned in the scorecard:

RR Singh c Reiffel b Moody 75 (94)

but commentators felt it was a controversial dismissal. Actually how was he out?ANSWERROBIN SINGH TRIED TO HIT THE BALL OVER THE BOUNDARYBUT THE BALL HIT A PIEGEON AND THE CATCH WAS TAKEN6.X is an African Philosophy focusing on people's allegiances and relations with each other.

Nelson Mandela explains X as follows :A traveller through a country would stop at a village and he didn't have to ask for food or for water. Once he stops, the people give him food, entertain him. That is one aspect of X, but it will have various aspects. X does not mean that people should not enrich themselves. The question therefore is: Are you going to do so in order to enable the community around you to be able to improve?


7.The Symphony No. 5 in C minor, was written by Ludwig van Beethoven in 180408. This symphony is one of the most popular and best-known compositions in all of classical music, and one of the most often played symphonies. It comprises four movements: an opening sonata, an andante, and a fast scherzo which leads attacca to the finale. First performed in Vienna's Theater an der Wien in 1808, the work achieved its prodigious reputation soon afterwards. E.T. A. Hoffmann described the symphony as "one of the most important works of the time".It begins by stating a distinctive four-note "short-short-short-long" motif twice.Y always begins any dialogue with these 4 notes.


8.X is a 1997 Iranian film written and directed by Majid Majidi. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1998. It deals with a brother and sister and their adventures over a lost pair of shoes. X premiered in February 1997 at the Teheran Fajr Film Festival and was awarded several national film awards. It opened in the US on 22 January 1999, with a total US box office total of $930,000. Critical response to the film was very positive. Some critics compared it to Vittorio de Sica's 1948 Bicycle Thieves. Bumm Bumm Bole, a 2010 Hindi film by Priyadarshan, and starring Darsheel S