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1. Farewell Quiz GOOD BYES DONT COME EASY 2. Q.1 What is happening in the red ellipse ? 3. Answer: The Marvel and Sony Deal which paved the way for including Spiderman in Marvels Cinematic Universe. 4. Q.2 Which special city ? The full ceremonial name of this city, which came into use during the reign of King Mongkut, reads as follows: Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit The name, composed of Pali and Sanskrit root words, translates as: City of angels, great city of immortals, magnificent city of the nine gems, seat of the king, city of royal palaces, home of gods incarnate, erected by Vishvakarman at Indra's behest. 5. Answer: Bangkok 6. Q.3 Who? He has brought the old world back with totally head over heels. He offers joints to his haggard father. He drinks beer on the streets and vandalizes walls along with his friends. He gets straight As in Chemistry by tricking his teacher by dropping some acid. He is a total synonym of his name. 7. Answer: Adarsh Balak 8. Q.4 When Gulzarsaab wrote: Tujhse milna purani Dilli mein Chhod aaye nishani Dilli mein Ballimaran se Daribe talak, teri meri kahani Dilli mein, To which former resident of this two-storey haveli at the end of GalliQasim Jaan was he probably giving a reverential nod 9. Answer: Mirza Ghalib 10. Q.5 Connect 11. Answer: Jata Kahan hai Deewane Song Originally Sung by Geeta Dutt in C.I.D, used by Coca Cola in its homecoming ad and remixed in Bombay Velvet. 12. Q.6 Which proof ? The Principia Mathematica is a three-volume work on the foundations of mathematics, written by Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell and published in 1910, 1912, and 1913. It was an attempt to describe a set of axioms and inference rules in symbolic logic from which all mathematical truths could in principle be proven One of the axioms in this books gives the proof to the most fundamental equation that any student taught when he/she learns about Mathematics. 13. Answer: 1+1=2 14. Q.7 Apocryphal origin story of what ? According to the typical version of the story, Lady Godiva took pity on the people of Coventry, who were suffering grievously under her husband's oppressive taxation. Lady Godiva appealed again and again to her husband, who obstinately refused to remit the tolls. At last, weary of her entreaties, he said he would grant her request if she would strip naked and ride on a horse through the streets of the town. Lady Godiva took him at his word, and after issuing a proclamation that all persons should stay indoors and shut their windows, she rode through the town, clothed only in her long hair. However, an unlucky soul did otherwise and hence termed a X. In the end, Godiva's husband keeps his word and abolishes the onerous taxes. 15. Lady Godiva 16. Answer: The term Peeping Tom 17. Q.10 Who ? In Buddhism, X (Sanskrit and Pali for "without waves" Japanese and Chinese: , Wjin dy and , b dy) or modified X, is the lowest Level of the Naraka or "hell" realm, into which the dead who have committed grave misdeeds may be reborn. X is often translated into English as "interminable" or "incessant",[3] due to the idea that those beings which have been sent there languish there eternally. A famous music artist uses a distorted spelling of X as his stage name because it sounded cool. Artist image on next slide. 18. Answer: Swedish Producer and DJ Tim Berling better known as Avicii X is Avci 19. Q.11 Erysimum cheiri is commonly called the English _____ because it is often found in old castles and ruins. The common name is shared with a word that refers to a social misfit. Fill in the blanks. 20. Q.12 Nosism, is a term that is derived from a Latin pronoun, is a type non- standard usage of any language. Although using it in everyday English is sure to raise a few eyebrows, millions of Hindi Speakers do this, particularly in the eastern part of the Hindi speaking belt. This is what Mark twain had to say about the nosism. Only _______, _______, ______, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the ________ _______. How do we better know the nosism? 21. Answer: Majestic plural, Editors plural, Royal We, and many other variations. Refers to the referring yourself in the plural form. The famous( infamous; your choice) usage of Hum for both singular and plural first person by Hindi Speakers. 22. Q. 13 The following images are pictorial representation of elements of a lawsuit documented by Ian Frazier in New Yorker (1990). The defendant is an organization whose 85 mail-order purchases have accused the plaintiff personal injuries, loss if business income, and mental suffering due to defects in manufacturing or improper cautionary labelling. Name both the plaintiff and the defendant, or the title of Fraziers piece. 23. Answer: The plaintiff is Wile E. Coyote The defendant is Acme Co. 24. Q.14 Who is X ? X was the son of great scholar and astrologer by the name Pani. One day, a great scholar, astrologer and palmist visited Pani. He asked to see his sons palms and exclaimed that his son had no Education Line in his palms. Hearing this the young boy went outside and came back with deep line on the place where the education would have been and blood oozing out from his hands. To attain more knowledge, X meditated on Lord Shiva. Impressed by X, Lord Shiva appeared before X. X was so engrossed in his meditation that he did not notice the Lords arrival. In order to wake Panini, Shiva sounded his Damaru. X is believed to have formulated the rules of _______ grammar in fourteen verses, which are believed to be the sound of Shivas Damaru. 25. Answer: Panini; creator of Ashtadhyayi. 26. Q. 15 Which case ? This case piqued the interest of the common middle class of Bombay in 1959. Crimes of passion, as this case was termed, were unusual, especially in the upper echelons of the society and that too by a highly decorated officer. The weekly tabloid Blitz , run by R. K. Karanjia, publicised the story, ran exclusive cover stories and openly supported X, portraying him as a wronged husband and upright officer, betrayed by a close friend. Influential Parsis held regular rallies in Mumbai, to support X. Xs closeness with the Nehru family helped him get a pardon from sister of the person he murdered and he was subsequently released. 27. Answer: K.M. Nanavati v/s. State of Maharashtra Case 28. Q.16 Which event ? Hum Dekhenge is a popular Urdu nazm written by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, with a revolutionary theme. It was considered a response to a certain event. It was known for its rendition by Iqbal Bano, one of Pakistan's best loved singers and artists. In 1985, She sang Hum Dekhenge to an audience of 50,000 people in a Lahore stadium wearing a black sari. Some lines from the poem are hum dekhenge jab arz-e-Khudaa ke kaabe se sab but uthwaaye jaayenge hum ahl-e-safaa mardood-e-haram masnad pe bithaaye jaayenge sab taaj uchhaale jaayenge sab takhth giraaye jaayenge hum dekenge 29. Answer: General Zia Ul Haqs regime in Pakistan. 30. Q. 16 Whose gifts and FITB ? 1. He will be forgiven from the first moment his blood is spilled; 2. He shall see his seat in Paradise and be protected against the punishment of the grave; 3. He shall be safe from the Greatest Terror [the rising of the dead]; 4. He shall be crowned with the diadem of dignity, one ruby of which is worth more than the entire world and its contents; 5. ________________________________________________ 6. He shall be granted to intercede for seventy of his relatives. 31. Answer: A Martyr in Islam will receive these gifts And the most important gift the 72 virgins. 32. Q. 17 If they are the entries, what is the list about ? 1. Mickey Mouse 2. Bugs Bunny 3. Donald Duck 4. Woody Woodpecker 5. Snow White 6. Tinker Bell 7. Winnie-the-Pooh 8. Shrek 9. The Simpsons 10. Rugrats 33. Answer: Animated characters who have a Walk of Fame Star to their name. 34. Q.18 X any Y please. X is an American Academy Awardwinning motion picture visual effects company that was founded in May 1975 It is the special effects division of the film production company, Y, which totally revolutionized the craft of film making(IMHO) . For many years, particularly during the widespread inception of computer graphics in film during the 1980s, X was considered the leading industry standard production house for computer graphics in film; many studios sent scenes to the studio for CGI. It is also the original founder company of the animation studio Pixar. The filmography of X includes the ______________, the Indiana Jones series, the Harry Potter series, the Jurassic Park series, the Back to the Future trilogy, many of the Star Trek films, Ghostbusters II, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the Pirates of the Caribbean series, the Terminator sequels, the Transformers series and many more. 35. Answer X=Industrial Light and Magic Y=Lucas Film 36. Q.19 Connect 37. Q. 20 X is a character from a short story which has been made into two movies- one in the 40s and another in 2013- although neither is really true to the short story It is believed that the character was largely based on the author himself. Neurologists have suggested that the author may have had a neurological condition that causes vivid and bizarre hallucinations even in blind patients, which would explain what happens to X. Name the short story in which X appears. 38. Answer The secret life of Walter Mitty. 39. Q. 21 What was the result ? On January 22, a fishing vessel named Daigo Fukuryu Maru (Lucky Dragon 5) set sail from the city of Yaizu. However, the trip was plagued with incredibly bad luck. On March 1, Lucky Dragon neared Bikini Atoll, the notorious cluster of islands t