Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Pune – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Pune – Regional Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Barclays –
    Asish Behera and Amogh Deshpande
  • RUNNER UP:
    Tata Motors –
    Prathmesh and Aditya Ramani

 

Wild Card Questions:

1. Which pharma company logo consists of a capsule and 2 pills?

A. Merck

2. It takes its name from a German word for ‘Seagull’; started as an ice cream brand?

A. Movenpick

3. Juice is a fashion and lifestyle magazine published by?

A. Jabong.com

4. Which company launched the business vertical ‘Happy Nest’?

A. Mahindra

5. Dimitry and Justin Frankel launched this in 1997, initially called Nullsoft. What?

A. Winamp

6. Its NYSE ticker symbol is BID. Which company?

A. Sotheby’s

7. Which Japanese company known for camera translates to ‘ripening field of rice’?

A. Minolta

8. Which brand is named after the species ‘Pelia caparilos’?

A. African antelope giving the word Reebok

 

Regional Finals Questions:

 

Round 1:

1. What made Jim Goetz reach the top of the Midas list in the business world?

A. Funded Whatsapp in its initial days

2. This book is based on which financial firm?

1

 

A. Lehman Brothers

3. In July, 2011, TITAN launched HTSE collection of watches which run on light. If HT stands for High Tech, what does SE stand for?

A. Self Energized

4. Connection:

Intel Malala ad (video); b) Louis Edward Walker and c) OMNI Hotels and resorts

Ans: CNN Studios

5. The entire crown of this national historic landmark is clad with shiny silver ‘Endura KA-2’ stainless metal developed by Krupp and marketed under the trade name ‘Nirosta’. Which iconic building?

A. Chrysler building

6. Chocolatines Savory Wine Flight Pairing ($80) , Halo Natural Pet Food ($6,142.89) , Max Martin Shoes ($750) , Dosha Tea-Based Pops ($35) , Blossom Blends Tea ($49.95) , Hydroxycut Weight Loss Products ($38.96), Narrative Clip camera ($279) , Polar Loop Activity Tracker ($109.95) , Steamist Home Spa System ($2,560) , M3K Beauty Products ($100) , Best of Vegas Tour Package ($9,000) , Rouge Maple Syrup ($250) , House Call From Nutritionist Heather Lounsbury ($500) , Slimware Dinnerware ($59) , Huntley Drive Fitness Training Sessions ($850), Le Petit Cirque Troop ($575) Le Petit Cirque Troop ($575), Jan Lewis Designs Bracelet ($400) , Walk Japan Tour of Japan ($15,000) , Epic Pet Health Therapy ($1,571.98) , Acure Skincare ($300) , Rocky Mountaineer Train Trip ($4,078.00) Gizara Arts Print ($1,000)  Jitseu Handbags ($279) , Imanta Mexico Resort Stay ($3,300), Koala Landing, Resort Stay in Kauai ($2,000) , Aviv 613 Vodka ($30). These are the contents of what?

A. Academy Award goodie bag package for the nominees who don’t win

 

Round 2:

1. The rule of three in business and economy is a rule of thumb in the business world. Who gave this theory?

A. BCG

2. Identify the person who gave Mosaic and Netscape.

2

A. Eric Bina

3. P. Ramachandra started this in 1983 with a single product and 5 employees. What?

A. Jyoti Laboratory

4. Connect:

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Hint: started with pale ginger oil. Which company?

Ans: Canada dry

5. Constructed by Gaget, Gantheir and Co., it was funded by a lottery. By the end of 1879, about 2,50,000 francs have been raised. What?

A. Statue of Liberty

6. Childhood picture of P.P. Chhabria and K.P. Chhabria was shown. What did they find?

A. Finolex

7. Edward Bernays, the father of public relations threw green parties to make the colour of what packaging fashionable to women?

 A. Lucky strike

8. Connect:

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A. Lady Godiva

9. Introduced in 1953, Johnson’s baby shampoo was the first special formulated product. What was the formula called?

A. No more tears

 

Round 3:

1. Logo of which apparel brand.

3

A. Best Seller

2. The classification of this chart was developed in 1983 by Michael Edwards with standard families such as Woody, fresh, oriental etc. What chart is this?

A. Perfume chart

3. To which company did HUL sell Glucovita in 2003?

A. Wipro

4. Which retailer has been trying to trademark it footlong brand?

A. Subway

5. Connect:

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A. TTK Hawkins Cooker

6. It is named after a type of mango that originated in Jamaica and was originally grown from a seed brought by immigrants from India.

A. Bombay Mango

7. Connect:

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A. Vineyard tourism

 

 

Questions compiled by Kamanasish Chowdhury of Q-factor Knowledge Solutions.

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Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Navi Mumbai – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Navi Mumbai – Regional Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER :
    Cap Gemini –
    Rajashri Chanda and Mayank Shah
  • RUNNER UP:
    Idea Forge Technologies –
    Shubhankar Ghokale and Piyush D

 

Regional Finals Questions:

1. A company named Ivoclar Vivadent of Liechtenstein manufactures 60 million of these annually in 10,000 different shades and shapes, which account for 40 per cent of all sales in Europe and 20 per cent worldwide. With a turnover of some 600 million Swiss francs, Ivoclar has 1.3 million consumers in 120 countries using its products. What product, which is the country’s leading export?

A. DENTAL

2. Identify.

1

A. Father of Public Relations

3. What engineering company was founded in Turin, 1978 by Franco Mantegazza and taken over in 2002 by Rieter Holding Ltd. They designed Tata’s Nano?

 A. I.DE.A Institute

4. Connect:

2

A. Ranbir Kapoor

5. This e-com portal was co-founded by Arun Chandra Mohan, Praveen Sinha and Lakshmi Potluri after which Manu Jain and Mukul Bafana joined the organisation. 

A. Jabong

6. In marketing of Scandinavian beers (like Carlsberg, Tuborg etc.), what is J-day?

A. Julebryg Day – The day of the Danish Christmas Beer

7. Bugs Bunny for promoting Tang, Fred Flintstone for Winston cigarettes, Dennis the Menace for Dairy Queen are all examples of __________.  What?

A. Spokestoon

8. Explain.

 3

A. Billboard captures moisture and converts it into water

9. In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence. How do we know this principle as? (_ _ _ _ _     _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _)

A. Peter’s Principle

10. Connect.

4

A. PETA

11. Founded in Turin in 1895 by Luigi, it was initially run from a small grocery store at Via San Tommaso. Identify this coffee brand.

A. Lavazza

12. This pharma company was founded by KB Suri. (_ _ _ _ _ _ _)

A.Morepen

13.Connect.

5

A. TERI

14. Indian Bank first set up a pilot branch here in 2005, when business began to boom in the area due to what was called ‘urban financial inclusion’. Two years later the bank called the place a showcase of Indian entrepreneurship with bustling of economic activities like tanneries, plastics, garments, confectionaries etc and converted the pilot with 6317 accounts into a full-fledged branch with an ATM. Within three years, the brand had 35,578 account and deposits of Rs.41.29 crores. Which area/place?

A. Dharavi

15. Identify.

6

A. P C Parekh

16. The phrase first originated in a music tune by Fred W Leigh. It was popularised by a famous brand in 1924 through a series of ads featuring a pitiful woman by the name Edna or Eleanor who was unfortunate in love and for reasons unknown to herself and was never able to find love. But people around her knew the reason and since it was an embarrassing subject they never told her about it. What phrase?

A. Always a bridesmaid, never a bride.

17. What innovative concept is introduced by this beer vending machine?

7

A. Operates only through passport

18. “India’s largest publisher of mass appeal books” (_ _ _ _ _ _   _ _ _ _ _)

A. Pustak Mahal

19. What is the significance of this machine?

 

8

A. Kirloskar

20. Connect.

9

A. Maruti

21. The creators of Angry Birds chose pigs as the enemies of the birds because something was in the news world over at that time. What?

A. Swine Flu

22. Identify.

10

A. Khan Academy

 

Questions contributed by Viraj Morabia.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Bangalore – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Bangalore – Regional Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    IAME –
    Mahantesh and Prasad Shetty
  • RUNNER UP:
    Oracle –
    Mitesh and Yaggy

Regional Finals Questions:

1. [Silver] Coldiretti, which represents agricultural producers, has called on foreign governments and the European Union to stamp out what it called a “market of horrors”, encompassing pasta, pizzas and other Italian-type foods which are sold under a what theme?

A. Mafia

2. [Silver] Advertisement of Kleenex which is a tribute to tearjerkers such as Kaagaz Ki Phool.

3. [Bronze] Which place of learning with a motto “Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow”, started in 1961, is the only one in its category to receive college  credit recommendations from the American Council of Education (ACE), has interpreters like the UN and can teach its students in 28 languages including Spanish, German, French, Chinese and Mandarin Chinese?

A. Hamburger University

4. [Gold] Nicolas Jacques Conte, (1755 – 1805), Paris), was a French mechanical genius who developed the method on which the manufacture of modern ________ is based. 7-words answer. Answer is in plural.

A. Pencils

5. [Silver] Marcel van Dam, Dutch sociologist and former politician, is credited with having invented it and being the first to implement in Netherlands on February 15, 1967. What is it that in 2014 made an entity named Today’s Chanakya famous?

A. Exit Polls

6. [Silver] Connect:

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Round 2:

1. [Silver]

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2. [Silver] This is a system that prevents internet users from accessing web page content (most notably news content and scholarly publications) without a paid subscription. (_ _ _    _ _ _ _)

A. Pay Wall

3. [Silver] It been in private hands since the middle ages and been in the Antrobus family since the early 1800s. But when the heir to the Antrobus baronetcy was killed in the Great War the estate was put up for sale. In the hands of Messrs Knight, Franck and Rutley, on the 21st September 1915, the historic site went under the hammer. Sir Cecil Chubb, who’d had no intention of bidding at the sale, bought it ‘on a whim’ as a gift for his wife who, it’s claimed, was none too pleased. The site may be worth 51 million pounds or maybe more today. What site in the UK?

A. Stonehenge

4. [Bronze] How do we better know Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs? (_ _ _ _ _    _ _ _ _ _)

A. Skunk Works

5. [Bronze] It has its main headquarters in London on King Street and Rockefeller  Plaza in New York. It is owned by Groupe Artemis, the holding company of Francois-Henri Pinault.

A. Christie’s

6. [Bronze]  This company which had a German collaboration in 1940 was bought by Loral Corporation for $640 million in 1987. The erstwhile famous name disappeared and became the defence systems unit of Loral. Loral’s rights to the designs were sold to Lockheed Martin which purchased the defence systems unit in 1993. What designs that can be non-rigid, semi-rigid and rigid?

A. Goodyear Blimps

7. [Gold] Connect to a personality.

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A. Positioning by Jack Trout.

8. [Silver] Connect the following terms to Weibo and social media in China: June 4, 1989, 25th anniversary, Tiananmen, Tank, Square, Rebellion, Law, Student Leaders.

A. These terms are banned for usage in social media in China.

9. Character from Sega’s Saturn Game that has the ability to quench one’s thirst. Which brand is this character’s name?

Pepsi_Man

A. Pepsi Man

 

Round 3:

1. [Silver] By the time Queen Victoria came to the throne in 1837, the company’s store was already a London landmark. Families flocked to was what called ‘Toy Emporium’.

A. Hamley’s

2. [Gold] Connect:

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A. Chesterfield

3. [Bronze] This term refers to the process of placing dots to form an image. (_ _ _   _ _ _ _ _ _)

A. Dot Matrix

4. [Gold] Connect: This word is connected to all the elements and is specifically found in defined disclosures. No one knows who owns the usage of the term.

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A. Mahabharata

5. [Silver] Connect: Audio clip is from the soundtrack of a famous movie.

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A. Amadeus booking services

6. [Silver] Identify this outstanding copywriter.

bruce-barton-2

A. Bruce Barton

7. [Gold] The company hired the statistician William Sealy Gosset in 1899, who achieved lasting fame under the pseudonym ‘Student’ for techniques developed for the company, particularly Student’s t-distribution and the more commonly known student’s t-test.

A. Guinness

8. The first recorded use as a color name in English was in 1915. It is the  name given for various very pale tints of yellowish-orange that are close to beige. What colour is this?

111

A. Champagne

 

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Delhi – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Delhi – Regional Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    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?

A) Toshiba

Q8) Which entity in India launched the video game called “Guardians of the Sky”?

A) Indian Air Force

 

 

Regional Finals Questions:

ROUND-1

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?

Tea

A) Tea

Q3) Means ‘treasure’ and is a lifestyle store from the Taj Hotels. What?

A) Khazana

Q4) Connect:

1

A) Carlsberg

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?

A) Booker

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

Round 2:

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) Moody’s

Q4)Connect:

1

A) Ben & Jerry’s

Q5) Book cover was disputed for due to similarity to what?

Patrick Wensink

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) Asafoetida

Q7) Connect:

3

A) Rafael Nadal

Q8) Roots of name- 1662- Friedrich- pencil making entity. Which?

A) Staedtler

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

Round 3:

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?

A) Izod

 Q2) Harpic product and this advert led to the first usage of which phrase?

Cleaning inside out

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]

A) Whirlpool

Q5) Company supplier to Austro-Hungarian army. Had a collaboration with the Hero group in India. Which company?

Puch

A) Puch

Q6) Connect:

4

A) Muhammad Ali

Q7) Symbol of ?

Bureau of International Expositions

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.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Coimbatore – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Coimbatore – Regional Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Chennai Silks –
    Arul Sarvanan and Yogesh Pai
  • RUNNER UP:
    Brookefields –
    Balasubramaniam and Ashwin Balasubramaniam

 

Regional Finals Questions:

1. Company once manufactured underwear under the brand name Fortitude and got its current name from a naming contest held among company staff. Which company?

A. Speedo

2. 150 years since 1964 this was a celebrated world famous ad agency whose logo features an owl and lamp. Which organization?

1

A. J. Walter Thompson 

3. Connect:

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A. IMF    

4.  MIT150 is a list published by Boston Globe in honor of the 150th anniversary of MIT in 2001. Listing 150 of the most significant innovators, inventions or ideas from MIT its alumni faculty and related people and organization in the institute. Who or what topped the list?

A. WWW – Tim Berners-Lee

5. What is this?

2

A. Facekini

6. What is common to Suzuki market in Melbourne, Huaxi Street market in Taipei, Sat bazaar in Arpora (Goa), Chiang Mai market in Thailand, Ratchada Bazaar in Bangkok and Yua Tei (Temple Street in Hong Kong)?

A. Night Markets

7. What term is claimed to have originated from an NBC documentary in 1944 due to the phenomenon of children being left home alone becoming common due to and after WW II , when one parent would be enlisted into the armed forces , so the other would have to get a job?

A. Latchkey Kids

8. Which viceroy said this on the death of Jamsetji Tata –“No Indian of the present generation had done more for the commerce and industry of India”?

A. Lord Curzon

9. In what unique way using social media did Taco Bell reintroduce the beefy crunch burrito?

A. Snapchat

10. This sportswear giant signed 750 million pounds to make Manchester United’s kit for 10 year.

A. Adidas

11. Connect:

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A. Titanic        

12. Official slogan of the company when translated to English means “Make the Change.”

A. Li Ning

13. Contemporary ones are frequently produced in 33gm^2 glossy card. A company named Thumb Jack Bugle was the first to pioneer these. DL is one of the formats in advertising. What?

A. Fliers

14. This company builds bonnie babies and is an original baby food manufacturer. Huge Global name. What?

3

A. Glaxo/ GSK

15. Co-written and directed by Oliver Stone and starring Michael Douglas, this 1987 movie documented the rise of modern shareholder capitalism. Which movie?

A. Wall Street

16. Company’s Global Depositary Receipts (GDR) are traded on the London stock exchange ticker as SSA. Which company?

A. Systema Global

17. Better known for her voice than her face. Who?

4

A. Siri Voice Assistance                                                                                                                                                              

18. Company was previously known as Socony-Vacuum Oil Company. Which?

A. Mobil

19. Connect:

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A. Stadium naming rights across the world

20. What is happening here?

5

A. Prisoners generating electricity.

21. Where is the iconic Hattori clock tower is located? The building and clock tower were originally built by Kintaro Hattori, the founder of Seiko. The answer is a 5 Letter word.

A. Ginza.

 

 Questions contributed by Ms. Anuradha Pai Ma’am!

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Ranchi – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Ranchi – Regional Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Bokaro Steel –
    S.W. Kispotta and Anand Raj
  • RUNNER UP:
    Bokaro Steel –
    Debabrata Chowdhury and Rajiv Gautam

Regional Finals Questions:

1. World’s first manufacturer of Terry Towel opened its factory in 1850. Now known as a different name.

A. Christie’s

2. This bull is found in an Asian country and has a major say in the world economy. Name the city.

A. Shanghai

3. Connect:

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A. Concorde

4. Question on brown vans used in the USA and the company in question is UPS.

5. Dennis Gabor invented something in 1940s which was widely relevant in India last year.

A.Holography

6. HMS Birkenhead capsized in 1852, this has led to a protocol which is still is followed all over the world.

Allowing the women and children to board the life boats first.

7. She is Rebecca Webb Carranza, someone who invented/popularized something that is liked by all. What?

A. Tortilla Chips

8.Connect:

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A. Force India F1 team

9. Connect:

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A. KKR IPL team

10. T.T. Varadarajan floated Maya Appliances, the makers of the well-known mixie brand Preethi. His famous uncle was a finance minister at the Central Government Cabinet. Who?

A. T.T. Krishnamachari

11. The La Colombe has formed the alliance with ______ for charity in Africa.

A. Leonardo DiCaprio

13. This street in London gave rise to which cigarette brand.

4

A. Pall Mall

14. Book written by?

5

A. Kishore Biyani

15. The 5th pocket which is the smallest one in Levi’s jeans was made for which purpose?

A. Keeping pocket watches by the miners.

16. Seen in the picture is John F. T. Jane. What did he help created?

6

Jane’s Defence review which later became Jane’s Defence Weekly

17. 1st escalator in Mumbai was in this building. Which one?

A. Air India Nariman Point building.

18. Who is he?

7

A. Lenovo founder Liu Chuanzhi

19. This company was taken over by a huge company. Which?

8

A. MICO taken over by Bosch

20. Connect the milk bottle to the US Great Depression era which had long queues of unemployed people to a very infamous person.

A. Al Capone; He was responsible for expiration dates on milk bottles/jugs.

 

Questions contributed by S. S.Panda.

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Gurgaon – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Gurgaon– Finals Questions

Results:

  • WINNER:
    Genpact – Rohan Khanna and Leo Thomas

  • RUNNER UP:
    Mahindra Comviva – Jiwateshwar Singh and Saransh Verma

 

Wild Card Round Questions:

1) Famous quote by Robin Williams. Used in the movie “The Wolf of Wall St.” – _________ is God’s way of saying you are making too much money!

A) Cocaine

2) A lion’s symbol was the brand’s earliest ad campaign. Called the “King of Beverages”.

A) Dr. Peppers

Q3) In China, which automobile brand that came to Guizhou, meant a ‘precious horse’.

A) BMW

Q4) Apart from lottery, legal gambling in India is restricted to which sport?

A) Horse racing

Q5) Which pharma company has acquired 100% of Ranbaxy?

A) Sun Pharma

Q6) In some distilleries, Cat’s allowance implied buying milk for cats. What was the purpose behind this?

A) Breweries having grains to shoo away rats.

Q7) Amazon’s free shipping service with guaranteed delivery within 2 days. Annual fee for service is $75. Name?

A) Amazon Prime

Q8) The true father of this mode of transport, Louis Brenner created in 1909 having a test section using gyroscope. It happened in Kent. What?

A) Monorail

 

Regional Finals Questions:

ROUND-1:

Q1) Star tennis player from the University of Wisconsin, won the US Father and Son doubles tennis titles along with his son during 1946 to 1948. He contributed 3,000,000 for a tennis stadium. The person is known for the science of marketing.

A) AC Nielsen

Q2) Connect:

Bulova

A) Tuning Fork

Q3) Founded as Nicola & Cia Ltda, headquartered in the  southern Brazilian city of Caxias do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul. The name sounds like that of a Venetian explorer.

A) Marco Polo

Q4) Connect:

Wilson

A) Roger Federer

Q5) This brand became part of an Indian company in 2006. Associated with a famous sporting event since 1987. In 2012, the company produced 99,000 of these items.

A) Christy towels (acquired by Welspun)

Q6) According to some sources, what did critics do to the Livestrong bands of Lance Armstrong, after the accusations of doping and cheating emerged?

A) Removed the ‘e’ to make it “Liestrong”

ROUND-2:

Q1) American invention installed in Harrods, 1898. Viewed with apprehension by shoppers. An attendant was employed. He would provide brandy & smelling salts to overcome any adverse effects from the experience.

A) Elevator

Q2)Connect: PV Narasimha Rao; Manmohan Singh; Gulzarilal Nanda

PMs

A) Planning Commission (Deputy Chairman who became PM)

Q3) Deccan Motor Agency, Mumbai. Established by Dr. BD _________________.

A) Garware

Q4)Connect: Picasa video ad; ARS insignia; portrait of Petrus Manach

Picasso

A)Pablo Picasso

Q5) Tagline: ‘The best part of waking up to __________ in your Cup’. Earlier Part of P&G.

A)Folger’s

Q6) Major consumer markets: Germany (22%), US (15%), France (10%). Auctioned in Aalsmeer, Netherlands. Largest exports come from Kenya. Spike in sales seen during February.

A) Roses

Q7) What is special about this?

Lifestyle Magazine

A) Lifestyle magazine for blind [In braille]

Q8) Company founded in 1907 by Toshiyo Iwasaki, 2nd son of the 2nd president of Mitsubishi.

A) Asahi Glass

Q9)Connect: NID; Rajeev Gandhi; Rahul Gandhi; Konark Temple video featurette

Indian Airlines

A)Indian Airlines

ROUND 3:

Q1) Identify this famous co-founder and chairman of a corporation.

Dan Wieden

A)Dan Wieden (Wieden and Kennedy)

Q2) James Jannard founded this company.

A) Oakley

Q3) Jagdish Bhagwati and Bent Hansen- first founded this theory of __________, an activity which can be considered an import substituting economic activity in some ways. Main consideration- Welfare implications. Coming from belief, that private sector is more efficient than public sector. Considered a way of indirectly diverting resources from the government to private sector.

A) Smuggling

Q4) Identify the concept which was also was the basic premise of this movie.

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A) Delivery of products in 30 or less minutes. Especially in reference to pizzas.

Q5) YOYO economics coined by Jared Bernstein in 2006.  Term refers to economic policies in which a government shifts responsibility for economic challenges on to individuals. What does it stand for?

A) You’re On Your Own

Q6) Book about?

Beechams

A) Beecham

Q7) Connect: Gazette of India; Amartya Sen; Logo of Indian Mint; Video of JRD Tata

Bharat Ratna

A) Bharat Ratna

Q8) Company established in Bergen in 1838. In 1850s, it moved to Stockholm. In 1981 it was merged into Volvo, was sold to Procordia and is since 1995 a part of the Norwegian Orkla. Which seafood company?

A) Abba

Questions contributed by Mr. Subhodeep Jash. Subhodeep is a lawyer, working in the field of public policy and research.