Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Delhi – Regional Finals Questions
Reckitt Benckiser – Soubhagya Jena and Tanmay Prusty
- RUNNER UP:
Quizcraft – Aditya Nath and Siddhartha Kurapat
Wildcard Round Questions:
Q1) Name of popular brand created by Reuben Mattus and includes a tribute to Denmark.
A) Haagen Dazs
Q2) Who is the Bollywood actress behind the “Dark is Beautiful” campaign?
A) Nandita Das
Q3 ) Which Indian company bought a 26% stake into Indonesian coal miner Baramulti?
A) Tata Power
Q4) Liberty Teller is a start-up associated with?
A) Bitcoin ATM
Q5) Man founded famous organisation which goes onto say “What they don’t teach you at Harvard”. Who?
A) Mark McCormack
Q6) To which hospital chain, diversified now into being a healthcare group, did Jubilant sell its hospital business to?
A) Narayana Health
Q7) This company gave the world’s 1st ultra HD 4K laptop. Which company?
Q8) Which entity in India launched the video game called “Guardians of the Sky”?
A) Indian Air Force
Regional Finals Questions:
Q1) Published “Gleanings in Bee Culture” sometime in January 1905. The article begins: “Dear friends, I have a wonderful story to tell”. A story that out rivals Arabian Nights.” What is this all about?
A)Wilbur Wright’s First flight.
Q2) Device that produces something using “Reverse Atmospheric Infusion”. What?
Q3) Means ‘treasure’ and is a lifestyle store from the Taj Hotels. What?
Q5) This UK company owned a 64% stake in Agatha Christie’s works. Not controlled by family but by George and Richard in 1835. Which entity?
Q6) This company’s R&D in UK employs 47 people and files 15-20 patents annually. Their Intaglio that does not dry. Which company?
A) De La Rue Corp
Q1) First 16 models were called “Sweet 16” and had Spectraflame paintwork, redline wheels and working suspension. Models include Silhouette, Beatnik Bandit. What is being described?
A) Hot Wheels
Q2) Silverleaf, Whitefly were important in 2014 as it affected India’s exports. What are they?
A) They are viruses that affected mango exports.
Q3) Company origin- ___________ Manual of Industrial and Miscellaneous Securities, published in 1900. What?
A) Ben & Jerry’s
Q5) Book cover was disputed for due to similarity to what?
A) Similarity with Jack Daniel’s bottle jacket design.
Q6) Made by Laljee Godhoo & Co. and is an integral part of Indian households. What?
A) Rafael Nadal
Q8) Roots of name- 1662- Friedrich- pencil making entity. Which?
Q9)Arab soap opera Musalsat compared with the Super Bowl format. It is a 29/30 day show and captures Arab World’s TV market with a viewership of 420 million. Important purpose behind this TV series. What?
A) Soap opera played out during Ramadan
Q1) Clothing company that is part of the PVH Group. Founed by Vincent De Paul Draddy, an American businessman employed by David Crystal Co., who needed a strong name to associate with his merchandise for menswear. Produced bespoke shirts and created the Windsor tie-knot for King George V. Which brand?
Q2) Harpic product and this advert led to the first usage of which phrase?
A) Cleaning Inside Out.
Q3) In Operation Bernhard, for which specific reason did Nazis hire Jewish artists from concentration camps?
A) Creating fake currency
Q4) Upton Machine Corporation. [Buzzer Pressed]
Q5) Company supplier to Austro-Hungarian army. Had a collaboration with the Hero group in India. Which company?
A) Muhammad Ali
Q7) Symbol of ?
A) Bureau of International Expositions
Q8)In 1864, Lafarge won the contract for delivery of 110,000 tonnes of lime to the construction of this famous project with the Gaz De France association. Which is this project?
A) Suez Canal
Questions contributed by Mr. Subhodeep Jash. Subhodeep is a lawyer, working in the field of public policy and research.