Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – West Zonal Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – West Zonal Round

Teams:

  • Ahmedabad : Triton Communications : Mahesh Manjawala and Mayur Rana
  • Pune : IBM India : Rohit Jain and Arnold D’ Souza
  • Nagpur Infocepts Tech : Shivam Sharma and Aniket Daoo
  • Navi Mumbai : iGate Global : Ganesh Kumar and Balamanikanta
  • Goa : Savoir Faire : Rajiv D Silva and Harshavardhan Bhatkuly
  • Mumbai : Viacom 18 : Siddharth and Pradeep Prabhu

Teams making it to the National Finals:

Winners:

  • Pune : IBM India : Rohit Jain and Arnold D’ Souza

Runners-up:

  • Goa : Savoir Faire : Rajiv D Silva and Harshavardhan Bhatkuly

Round 1:

Q.1 Quote by Whom “….That’s why we hire good looking people in the store, we aren’t interested in selling to people who aren’t as hot as them”?

Ans: CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch

Q.2 Not for profit learning institute in Silicon Valley; Motto is Educate, Inspire and Empower Leaders. Name the institute.

Ans: Singularity University

Q.3 Three brothers came together to start this company which is based in Tavernes Blanques, Valencia. It is famous for its figurines. Which company?

Ans: Lladró

Q.4 First mentioned in print in 1847, Knickerbocker New York City magazine, Quips and Quillets which seem an actual conundrum. Covered in 1890’s Potters American Monthly. What?

Ans: Why  did the Chicken Cross the Road?

Q.5 Originated as power sources and three types were designed. One was used for punishment in 1818 by Sir William Cubit. What?

Ans: Treadmill

Q.6 Source of what colour is the Federal Standard 595 which was set-up in 1956. It is an important paint colour for military and engineering works.

Ans: Orange in the Golden gate bridge

Round 2:

Q.1 This is Tsukiji , it means reclaimed land. It is the worlds largest _________

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– Fish Market.

Q.2 Identify?

OBIE

OBIE 2013 Awards – Outdoor Broadcasting Awards

Q.3 Jewish Clothes; This word is used to describe the gown shown in the picture for a garment worn by Shylock in Merchant of Venice.

Gabardine

–  Gaberdine

Q.3 This is Haw-Par Gardens in Singapore, name the company behind it?

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Tiger Balm

Q.5 The company was founded in 1964 in Lyon, France and is one of the giants in outdoor advertising. Which company?

JCDecaux

Q.6 Name the alias

Skunk works

– Lockheed Martin

Round 3:

Q.1 Tata Business Support Service is a Call Centre Service. (Buzzer pressed)

Indias first helpline in Ayurveda.

Q.2 The government of Maharashtra proposed that NCPA should be built near a landmark. Which landmark? (Buzzer pressed)

Ajanta Caves.

Q.3 What in Tata’s is Truro, Project England and Project Colour? (Buzzer pressed)

Bidding names or code-names while bidding for Corus.

Q.4 Thirty seven kilometers southwest of Surat. (Buzzer pressed)

– Navsari

Round 4:

Q.1

Alfaa Romeo

Alfa Romeo

Q.2

Hardy

The Royal Society of Art; Royal Guards at Windsor; Shamrock Organization; answer being Charles Handy

Q.3

Hardy

Book ‘The Forgotten Hero’; Bleeding Madras pattern; Captain Subash Chandra Bose; AK Gopalan; Badmash Company; answer being Captain Nair.

Round 5:

Q.1 The index reported by the New York magazine observed the correlation between recession and this profession. (Buzzer pressed)

Waitress Index

Q.2 How Not to Make Money is a book. (Buzzer pressed)

Book written by Raj Kundra

Q.3 English Company launched in India by the Foresight Group headed by Ravi Kumar Mehrotra; It is the first Single Brand Retail in India (FDI).

– Pavers England

 

 

Questions contributed by Mr. Francis Rodrigues.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Mumbai – External Track Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Mumbai – External Track Questions

Results (External Track):

  • WINNER:

Viacom 18 – Siddharth and Pradeep Prabhu

  • RUNNER UP:

ING Vysya – Birma Ram and Samrat Mukherjee

 

Round 1:

Q.1 Playtex is a company known in the 50’s and 60’s for fine garment manufacturing especially Bras and Undergarments. It was called upon in the late 1960’s to create something which required minute detail. What?

Ans:  Space-Suits for Apollo Mission

Q.2 This product was launched by Matt O’Connor in 2011 as a healthy alternative for children for a practice that has remained same for years. What did he create and whom was it named after?

Ans: Breast Milk named after Lady Gaga

Q.3 Student Zing Jia came up with the idea for this. It is something which we never experience and Zing Jia believed that all should experience this. It is currently a rage in South-East Asia, What?

Ans: Experience Death. They give you a potion which  knocks you out for a few hours and then arrange a funeral for you where you can call all your friends and relatives.

Q.4 Exchange National Bank of Chicago asked for Bullet-proof Glasses in 1946. Why?

Ans: World’s first drive-through Bank

Q.5 What is a Masstige product?

Ans: High-end prestige product now available for masses.

Q,6 Coca-Cola Executive Roberto Gouizeta redefined Coca-Cola’s method of calculating market share. What metric did he coin?

Ans: Share of Stomach.

Round 2:

Q.1 Who created this villain ?

Hamburglar

Ans. Hamburglar- McDonald’s

Q.2 What are these dolls and who is in the news or creating it?

Daisy Dolls

Ans. Daisy Dolls – Marie Quant

Q.3 Identify the enterprise named after her?

Melinda Thomas

Ans. Wendy’s,  Melinda Thomas

Q.4 Sketch of Mr. WiZer: Name the brand that created this.

Mr. Wizer

Ans. Wagon R

Q.5 This is the bus which is used by presidents of the United States. What is the name?

Ground Force One

Ans. Ground Force One

Q.6 Comic Strip: text was as follows:

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Ans: Pepsi; First product placement in Comics

Round 3:

Q.1 Ratan Tata was excited to take up rugby, enthralled by a childrens classic of 1857. Which book?

Options:

Tom Brown’s Schooldays

Illinois and Rugby Player

Tom Sawyer and Rugby

Ans: Tom Brown’s Schooldays

Q.2 Inara is an Arabic word for shine and illumination. (Buzzer pressed)

Ans: Line by Tanishq

Q.3 Whose ancestral home called Kennelworth first housed TIFR?

Ans: Homi Bhabha

Q.4 Sir Dorabji Tata invited Sydney and Webb to India in 1915, they were co-founders of. (Buzzer pressed)

Ans: London School of Economics

Round 4: Think Cryptic

Q.1

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Aptech; Warren Buffet; clip of English Vinglish; George Soros; answer being Rakesh Jhunjhunwala.

Q.2

Rakesh Jhunjunwala

Sam Pitroda; Japan flag; Blue Bird; Barcelona; answer being Twitter.

Q.3

Twitter

Atom, Kering logo, 9 and Velcro logo; answer being Adam Gilchrist.

Q.4

Michael Proter

Rahul Gandhi speech; Diamond Model; Logo; answer being Michael Porter.

 

Round 5:

Q.1 In 1992, a school in village of Bali, Rajasthan was  founded by John and William.

Fabindia

Q.2 Property with taglines such as – ‘Speed of Magic”, “Madi in Mara”, “G-force” ?

Ferrari World

Q.3 Phrase or term 1696-1715; Maryland law – ‘A Mark on the back side thereof sealed with his Excellency’s with _____ _______”

Red Tape

Tie-breaks for 2nd place:

Q.1 Steganography is a form used for large money deals in the past. What?

Marking with invisible ink

Q.2 This word actually comes from wines meaning dry. A deodorant brand has same name. What?

Brut

Q.3 First US Consumer product sold in the USSR. What?

Peps

 

Questions contributed by Mr. Francis Rodrigues.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Mumbai – Tata Track Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Mumbai – Tata Track Questions

Results (Tata Track):

  • WINNER :

Tata Consultancy Services – Pravin Varma and Priyambad Pattanayak

  • RUNNER UP:

Tata Capital – Ashutosh Tyagi and Rohit Srinivasan

 

Round 1:

Q.1 In 1866, founded as a US blasting oil company to defend the patent in US for a blasting related hypothesis. Who founded this company?

Ans:  Alfred Nobel

Q.2 Andrew Marnitz wrote a parody on an industry covering the years 1977-2001, the book was titled ‘Economy of Errors’. What was the book about?

Ans: Doctcom Boom

Q.3 27th March 1980, the market crashed. It was called as ‘X’ Thrusday. Prices fell because of Nelson Hunt’s involvement in this commodity. Name the commodity.

Ans. Silver

Q.4 If the Great Expo of 1889 led to the development of the Eiffel Tower, what did the Great Exhibition of 1851 lead to?

Ans: Crystal Palace

Q.5 Which organization is the world’s largest consumer of Oil and Petroleum?

Ans: US Armed Forces

Q.6 In the mid 19th Century they were the largest supplier of gun powder in the US. It comprised half the gunpowder used during the American Civil War. Which company?

Ans: Du Pont

Round 2:

Q.1 Identify?

BItcoin

Bitcoin

Q.2 [Image not available] Whose identity was defined by the arrangement of these 20 dots (20 white dots were shown in the form of a square)?

Indigo

Q.3 Identify?

Google Humming Bird

Google Humming Bird, new update of search algorithm by Google.

Q.4 Identify?

Varun Berry

Varun Berry; New CEO of Brittania

Q.5 Identify?

Denna Mehta

Dina Mehta; First woman to head BSE.

Q.6

Club cuba

Logo of Club Cuba; Coffee flavoured soft drink from Parle.

Round 3:

Q.1 How did the country previously know Tata Infomedia Ltd. Yellow Pages?

Tata Donnelly

Q.2 This company acquired Teleglobe USA ?

Tata Communication

Q.3 JRD Tata served in which Army?

French Army

Q.4 This personality has just released a book chronicling his experience working for the Tata’s?

Harish Bhatt – Tata Log

Round 4:

Q.1 Whose words ‘This is my greatest love after tennis, I do have a sweet tooth”. (Buzzer pressed)

Sugarpova

Q.2 Shoppo.in the online market place was acquired by. (Buzzer pressed)

Snapdeal

Q.3 Public Company which refers to royalty in its name today is abbreviated as VST ?

Vazir Sultan Tobacco

Q.4 Sub-Heading of book  – ‘Not Economics, Economic Implications’. (Buzzer pressed)

Amartya Sen

Round 5:

Q.1 Global firm founded by Bruce Henderson. (Buzzer pressed)

BCG

Q.2 Two brothers Eduard and Andre; Red and Green guides. (Buzzer pressed)

Michelin

Q.3 Ranked as the most powerful business woman In India, MD of ICICI Bank?

Chanda Kochhar

 

Questions contributed by Mr. Francis Rodrigues.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Mumbai – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Mumbai – Preliminary Round Questions

Results (Tata Track):

  • WINNER :

Tata Consultancy Services – Pravin Varma and Priyambad Pattanayak

  • RUNNER UP:

Tata Capital – Ashutosh Tyagi and Rohit Srinivasan

Results (External Track):

  • WINNER:

Viacom 18 – Siddharth and Pradeep Prabhu

  • RUNNER UP:

ING Vysya – Birma Ram and Samrat Mukherjee

PRELIMINARY ROUNDS:

Cut- off: Tata Track – 15; External Track – 18+ tie-breakers

Q.1 Peter Lynch said – “You should not invest in something you can’t illustrate with a __________”. Fill in the blank.

Ans: Crayon

Q.2 This singer made Instagram history by achieving 1 million likes. Who?

Ans: Justin Timberlake

Q.3 This group’s online magazine is ‘Yuva Desh’ while its rivals online TV channel is ‘Yuva TV’. Which two groups?

Ans: Congress and BJP

Q.4 A 1937 article in TIME magazine listed this person as the richest in the world with $500 million in jewels, $150 million in gold bars, among other things. Who?

Ans: Nizam of Hyderabad

Q.5 [Image] Image of a train with negative adjectives like nepotism, bribery written; tagline was John’s Co. This was a cartoon for which company?

Ans:  Dutch East India Company

Q.6 A 2011 study by Credit Suisse said that the largest number of family businesses are in this country – 65% of all listed companies in this country are family businesses. Which country?

Ans: India

Q.7 Company started by Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever for in-depth knowledge on a particular topic. Which company?

Ans: Quora.com

Q.8 Companies like Walkwater Media, Imagica! are owned by this business personality. Who?

Ans: Manmohan Shetty

Q.9 Citigroup is the first American Bank to be given permission to open an office in which city?

Ans:  Baghdad

Q.10 Which business personality’s life is this movie based?

Howard Huhes

Ans: Howard Hughes

Q.11 He was an international commodities trader who later became a fugitive in Switzerland. He was the creator of the spot market for crude oil, and he became one of history’s most financially successful commodities traders. Who?

Ans: Marc Rich

Q.12 Quote from Thomas Alva Edison: “Every Branch of Human Knowledge can be taught with ______    ________”. Fill in the blanks.

Ans: Motion Pictures

Q.13 This soap was launched in India in 1946 to counter Hamam, today it is owned by Hindustan Unilever Name the soap.

Ans: Rexona

Q.14 This included 8 baloons, an elephant holding an umbrella next to a baby shower and priced at $2.80 at the party pieces website. What is this commemorating?

Ans: Birth of the Royal Baby i.e. Prince Williams and Kate Middleton’s son

Q.15 Tagline: Empowering Minds. Name the corporate house which is started an institute for Technology and Science.

Birla

Ans: Birla, BITS

Q.16 Quote – “If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it”. Who said these words?

Ans: Steve Jobs

Q.17 Connect the International Wrestling Federation and a brand founded in Biella, Italy in 1911.

Ans: FILA

Q.18 This was set-up in 1850 between Calcutta and Diamond Harbour by William Brooke O’Shaugenessy – a surgeon in the East India Company and Chemistry teacher at Calcutta Medical College. What?

Ans: First telegraph service in India.

Q.19 This brand was set up by Philip Young in 1932 and gets its name from ‘title holder’. Which brand?

Ans: Titleist.

Q.20 Image of Indian International Cricket team jersey was shown and question was who is the kit and apparel sponsor?Indian Cricket jersey

Ans: Nike

Q.21 In 1835 the Godrej Company manufactured surgical instruments like scalpels and stamped these three words on each of the implements. What were the words?

Ans: Made in India

Q.22 Which Indian giant is behind the initiative – Kisan Seva Kendra?

Ans: IOC

Q.23 Google plans to launch project Loon to make internet available everywhere. What will it use?

Ans: Hot Air Baloons

Q.24 This brand get its name from the Marathi word for ‘Of lemon’ that is “Limbu Cha”?

Ans: Limca

Q.25 [Image] Image of patent which was for Motor Wagen. Patent for which company?

Ans: Benz & Co or Karl Benz

Questions contributed by Mr. Francis Rodrigues.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – South Zonal Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – South Zonal Round

Teams:

  • Bangalore : Ujjivan Financial Services : Alagarsamy and Mayank Mathur
  • Coimbatore : Chennai Silks : Yogesh Pai and Arul Saravanan
  • Kochi : Malayala Manorama : Arun Thomas and Nithin Suresh
  • Hyderabad : Infosys : Sridhar Reddy and Surendra Reddy
  • Trivandrum : Allianz : Dileesh Kumar and Balaji Vishwanathan
  • Chennai : Infosys : Vivek and Senthil Kumar

Teams making it to the National Finals:

Winners:

  • Coimbatore : Chennai Silks : Yogesh Pai and Arul Saravanan

Runners-up:

  • Hyderabad : Infosys : Sridhar Reddy and Surendra Reddy

Round 1:

Q.1 During the Victorian England who were referred to as the “Robins”?

Post Men.

Q.2 What British tradition  began in the mid 1700s as an afternoon meal for the working man, taken standing up or sitting on tall stools?

High Tea

Q.3 Which company was founded when two separate companies came together and one company was founded as Hong Kong ____________ Dock?

Hutchinson Whampoa

Q.4 For what specific purpose was the art decor of the Empire State Building originally designed?

Docking the air zeppelin ships.

Q.5 The study by Devavrat Shah and his colleague led to an index very relevant in the world we live in. What?

A study on the viral-ability of the content on social media.

Q.6 The tropical roots of what go back to at least 1947 in , when the Government Textile Industry, Hawaii,  the Honolulu  allowed workers to wear the Aloha shirt in a part of the year?

Friday/Casual Dressing.

Round 2:

Q.1 Which work of fiction inspired the below cover page of Economist?

Economist

Alice in Wonderland

Q.2 Identify the company?

1

Desh Bhandu Gupta, Lupin Pharma

Q.3 Why 2 – 10 – 4?

Dr. Pepper

An indication to the customer as to the time during which Dr. Pepper has to be consumed.

Q.4 [Image] Identify the character form Asterix?

Valueaddetax; a play on Value Added Tax

Q.5 Lord Nelson’s ship, gives its name to which company/group?

Vanguard

Vanguard Group

Q.6 Calatrava Cross has been adopted as the logo of which company?

Calatrava

Patek Phillipe

Round 3:

Q1. JRD Tata’s quote – “Cleanliness is the Hallmark of perfect standards and the best quality inspector is the ___________ “. Fill in the blanks.

Conscience

Q2. Connect – Mohua Kothi, Bandhavgarh. (Buzzer pressed)

Wildlife Resorts from the Taj.

Q3. What was founded at the Dinshaw House in 1918?

TMTC

Q4. It was an initial choice for something, but something else got chosen. Why was Sini Junction considered?

Original place where Tata Steel was supposed to be founded.

Round 4:

Q.1

Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley

Q.2

Fortune 500

Three companies which have feature on all editions of Fortune 500.

Q.3 Question on Kellogg’s. Couldn’t get all the elements.

Q.4

Blade Runner

Blade Runner Curse; The story that has developed around the film “Bladerunner” is that over the years, the film was a curse to the companies whose logos were displayed prominently as product placements in some scenes as they suffered certain losses.

Round 5:

Q.1

Clue 1 – “Callista” is a little known machine from this source.

Clue 2 – The first one was set up at Brigade Road, Bangalore. Today in Prague and Vienna as well.

Cafe Coffee Day

Q.2

Clue 1 – Princess Ann competed in the 1975 Olympics games with the _______ horse for a specific reason.

Clue 2 – Popularly quoted as the one and only asset that competition cannot undersell or destroy.

Goodwill

Q.3

Clue 1 – Fred Karno Company introduced this Brand to America.

Charlie Chaplin

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Bangalore – Tata Track Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Bangalore – Tata Track Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:

Tata Consultancy Services – Krishna Kant Prasad and Royce Cherian Thomas

  • RUNNER UP:

Tata Elxsi – Ajay Rao and Biswas Sedai

Round 1:

Q1. What was first started in Japan as Toyosu Stores in 1974?

7 to 11 Stores.

Q2.  What size of paper became a standard paper size during the 15th century, when it was first produced in Germany? It gets its name from the watermark that was once used to identify it. The watermark was in the shape of a jester’s hat.

Full scape paper (Fool’s cap- watermark)

Q3. Connect “Leeson – Fog – 80”?

Baring’s Bank

Q4. In 1804, London replaced which other European City as the centre of gold trading in Europe?

Amsterdam

Q5. Lars Smith of Sweden founded a brand and named it after “perfection”?

Absolut Vodka

Q6. Name the Forbes 152nd richest man, who changed his surname from “Lifeshitz”?

Ralph Lauren

Round 2:

Q1. Most valuable two letter trademark?

CK – Calvin Klein.

Q2. Identify?

chitramakrishana

 Chitra Ramakrishnan, NSE, MD.

Q3.  Unique about the below Fanta advertisement?

Fanta

World’s first tasteable AD.

Q4. Which country’s currency note?

One trillion

Zimbabwe.

Q5. Identify? Inspired a movie.

Chris Gardner

Chris Gardner, inspiration for the movie “Pursuit of Happiness”.

Round 3:

Q1. Which Tata company is the recipient of the prestigious Ferrari Innovation Award?

TCS.

Q2. Which Tata company was set up in 1964 as a joint venture with UK based James Finlay and Company?

Tata Global Beverages.

Q3. Which company was incorporated by Tata Motors, Tata International and Development Bank of SIngapore?

Tata Precision Instruments

Q4. He is often referred to as the phantom of the Bombay House?

Shapoorji Pallonji Mistry

Round 4

Q1. Rakesh Gangwal is the co-founder of which airline?

Indigo

Q2. “Difficulty of Being Good” is a book by?

Gurucharan Das

Q3. What is the tagline one would watch at the entrance of the Bangalore International Airport?

Waku-doki; Toyota

Q4. This word derives from Latin for “I estimate”. Which word?

Tax

Round 5Clues Round

Q1. Galaxy, Travel First class; Founding partner of UEFA; Only colour black.

Ford

Q2. “Children are our role models”; Star Wars Construction Sets.

Lego

Q3. “No imperfections” – Tagline; Sean Connery referred to it when he said he wants his martini shaken not stirred; Rudolf introduced it in the US.

Smirnoff

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Bangalore – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2013 – Bangalore – Preliminary Round Questions

Results (Tata Track):

  • WINNER:

Tata Consultancy Services – Krishna Kant Prasad and Royce Cherian Thomas

  • RUNNER UP:

Tata Elxsi – Ajay Rao and Biswas Sedai

Results (External Track):

  • WINNER:

Ujjivan Financial Services Pvt. Ltd. – Alagarsamy and Mayank Mathur

  • RUNNER UP:

Yahoo! – Rohan Nogueira and Thejaswi Udupa

PRELIMINARY ROUNDS

Q1. Name the Asian conglomerate which started making noodles and was a grocery shop, and owned Everland Resorts in the hospitality space?

Samsung

Q2. Motto – “Universal Food for Education”; It is a subject of a Harvard Business School case study. Name the entity?

Akshaya Patra, ISKCON

Q3. What product/product category was introduced by Colgate after acquiring Minnetonka Corporation which manufactured soft soap in 1987?

Liquid Soap

Q4. What unique university was founded by Fred Turner?

Hamburger University

Q5. [Image] Image of the car’s first photograph in a newspaper Dated November 2, 1938?

Volkswagen Beetle

Q.6 Before electricity was invented, it was a form of lighting used in theatre. Today the term is used in the corporate world to describe an important/prominent person in the company. Name the term.

Limelight

Q7. “Ladies and Gentlemen, Let’s Rock and Roll”, the first lines of which iconic TV channel?

MTV

Q8. Christian Dior – “A woman’s ___________ tells more about her than her handwriting”. Fill in the blanks.

Perfume

Q9. John Poppy, Colombo Lunar, Stag, Hindustan are some of the brands of which essential item?

Umbrellas

Q10. Name the director of Citizen Kane who portrayed the real life newspaper magnet William Randolph Hearst?

Orson Wells

Q11. In 1983, who became the first living fashion designer to be honored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a solo exhibition?

Yves Saint Laurent

Q12. 1939, Edwin Hardin Sutherland coined which term for a crime committed by a person of responsibility and high social status ?

White Collar Crime

Q13. Which company has introduced the car brand “e2O”?

Mahindra Reva

Q14. Who was behind the creation of “Lalithaji” and “Muscle Man”?

Alyque Padamsee

Q15. Name the hospital?

Kokilaben

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Q16. The Champagne bubble consists of which gas?

Carbon dioxide

Q17. Who is a Eurochamp representing?

Eureka Forbes

Q18. Which stylist/classy Sri Lankan cricket player is the brand ambassador of Adidas Clima-Cool technology?

Mahela Jayawardane

Q19. What was recently branded as “NH” in Bangalore as it was very difficult to pronounce the original name?

Narayana Hrudalaya

Q20. Identify what is blanked out. (Clue – A term in Mathematics.)

redbul infiniti

Q21. What was created in Bangalore inspired by the wooden floor ball rooms in Piccadilly Circus used by the army men for dancing. It was a structure which was situated in the namma metro zone?

Plaza Theatre

Q22. Who introduced “Gluco Cola” cool drink in India?

Parle Agro

Q23. In Forbes 2013 list of richest football players, who is ahead of Messi and Christiano Ronaldo?

David Beckham

Q24. What was founded in Bangalore as the “Imperial Institute of Animal Husbandry and Dairy”?

National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI).

Q25. Identify?

Anand Sharma

Anand Sharma, Union Commerce Minister