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  1. 1. I bet you dont want to googlethem!!
  2. 2. 1. X India Limited was a chemical company established in 1934,eventually expanding to employ 9,000 people working at 14plants in five divisions. It was 51% owned by X and 49% byIndian investors including the Government of India. UCILproduced batteries, carbon products, weldingequipment, plastics, industrial chemicals, pesticides, andmarine products. After suffering a blow from an incident, the X was sold and thename was changed to Y which is the flagship company of B.M.Khaitan Group.
  3. 3. answer Union Carbide
  4. 4. 2. X is a legendary winged warrior prince of a fictional fabled fairyland. Hedescended to earth on a private mission and landed in Vikasnagar,becoming a zealous defender of interests of Vikasnagar. Real name Rajkumar(Prince) Alop,X appeared first in a seven comicseries along with his friends Tureen (with whom he falls inlove), Shootan and Atikrur. He killed his rival Fuchang who wasresponsible for death of his parents.. He can summon the X-Shakti', the power of his teacher, MahaguruX, by hailing his name in battle, shouting 'Jai Mahaguru X'. He acquiressuper-human physical attributes, apart from receiving the mysticalSword and Shield of his master. The Sword is capable of cutting throughmost of the then-known materials and elements, making it one of thegreatest weapons of its time. It can also be used to emit 'Jwala-Shakti', amystical fire from its edge, which is known to burn away almostanything in a matter of seconds. The Shield is capable of blocking anyphysical or supernatural attack and also allows its wielder to fly via theShield. He once wielded the weapon Prahara on his forehead, inmemory of its previous owner and her deceased wife, Turin. It grantedhim psychic powers.
  5. 5. answer Bhokal
  6. 6. 3. Identify?
  7. 7. answer Zohra Sehgal
  8. 8. CONNECT
  9. 9. answer Desi Kalaakar!!!
  10. 10. 5. identify?
  11. 11. answer Martund Surya Temple
  12. 12. 6. In which organisations logo will you find thefollowing motto? Shramah ayvam param tapam
  13. 13. answer
  14. 14. 7.
  15. 15. answer Android Lawn
  16. 16. 8. Which countrys Olympic contingent?
  17. 17. answer Bermuda
  18. 18. 9.A 100 serbian dinar note has the formula forthe SI unit of magnetic flux density written onit. Why ?
  19. 19. answer In Honor of Nikola Tesla
  20. 20. 10.Which technology is named after the 405nm wavelength of light?
  21. 21. answer Blue-Ray
  22. 22. 11H.ow is the 1963 Ford Econoline more relevant in pop culture?
  23. 23. answer
  24. 24. 12. In IMDB, what is unique about the movie This is spinal tap?
  25. 25. answer Its rating is out of 11.
  26. 26. 13. Where do you find this painting?
  27. 27. answer The painting shows Tipu Sultans army fighting the British andachieving a famous victory thanks to the rocket brigades ,which probably is the first ever example of rocket warfare .The painting hangs in the lobby of the Wallops Flight Facilityof NASA
  28. 28. 14. Media campaign for what?
  29. 29. answer True blood
  30. 30. 15. Xs are powered by 6 volt alkaline battery. This designenables the use of X throughout the country withoutinterruption because several parts of India and or erraticpower supply. Due to the low voltage, there is no risk of any Y getting anelectric shock.
  31. 31. answer X: Electronic Voting Machine Y: Voters
  32. 32. 16. Which is the most common street name in theworld and why ?
  33. 33. answer Second Street
  34. 34. 17. Identify this Person And Why was he in the News recently.
  35. 35. ANSWER JONAS SALK Inventor of polio vaccine 100th Anniversary Doodle released by Google
  36. 36. 18. Prize winning Print Ad for which Product ?
  37. 37. ANSWER Penguin Audio Books
  38. 38. 19. Some folklorists have detected the origin of X in theRoman feast of Pomona, the goddess of fruits and seeds, orin the festival of the dead called Parentalia, it is moretypically linked to the Celtic festival of Samhain", whichcomes from the Old Irish for "summer's end.
  39. 39. Ans: Halloween
  40. 40. 20. Alan Eustace is the Senior Vice President of Engineering and currentlyserves as Senior Vice President of its Knowledge department, whichincludes Google Search. He is also actively involved in a number ofGoogles community related activities, such as the Second HarvestFood Bank and the Anita Borg Scholarship Fund. In the course of his professional career, Eustace has co-authored 9publications and holds 10 patents. However, due to his certain achievement he has become a trendingtopic on various social medias.
  41. 41. Alan Eustace broke FelixBaumgartners record ofStratospheric Jump
  42. 42. 21. Name the famous venture ofthis gentleman. Mahashay Dharmpal was born on 27th March, 1923 in Sialkot(Pakistan). He joined hands with his father in his parental business i.e. X underthe name of __________ popularly known as ________ people. After the partition of the country, he came to India and reachedDelhi on 27th September 1947 . At that time his father has providedhim with only Rs.1500/- .Out of this amount he purchased a Tonga(Horse-Drawn Carriage) for Rs.650/- and ran it from New DelhiRailway Station to Qutab Road and Karol Bagh to Bara Hindu Rao. With the money he earned from the Horse carriage, Mahasaybought small wooden khokha (Shop) measuring 14ft. x 9 ft. at AjmalKhan Road , Karol Bagh, New Delhi and started his family businessof ______ and raised the banners of ___________ of Sialkot_____________.
  43. 43. M.D.H
  44. 44. MAH LYF MAH RULZ ME KULZ 12 QUESTIONS 6 CLOCKWISE 6 ANTICLOCKWISE INFINITE POUNCE ZINDABAD +10/-10 ON POUNCE +10/0 ON DIRECT AND PASS
  45. 45. BUFFER SLIDE
  46. 46. 1. The XY was a three geared vehicle manufactured byMaharashtra Scooters under a license agreementwith X from 1975. The design was very similar to that of theearlier model which was in turn based upon a Vespa150 (VBA type) with a slightly modified body. XY was transformed into its one of the most popularproduct and popularised as a household product.
  47. 47. Answer X: Bajaj Y: Priya
  48. 48. 2. Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian-born American actressand inventor. Max Reinhardt, who directed herin Berlin, called her the "most beautiful womanin Europe However, her contribution in a different field hasmuch mire significance than her acting career. What was the contribution?
  49. 49. answer WI-FI
  50. 50. 3. In the Civil war era, Prisoner of Wars were kept at bayby a 17 foot high fence surrounding the prisons. Incase one of them escaped, a further perimeter like theone shown in the picture was established, beyondwhich any person if seen was shot dead. What termdid it lead to in the modern lingo?
  51. 51. answer Deadline
  52. 52. 4. The verb "to Y" originated in the 1770s among soldiersin British India where a hunter skilled enough to killthe elusive Y was dubbed a X. Give me X.
  53. 53. Ans: X = Sniper, Y = Snipe
  54. 54. 5. A Fata Morgana is an unusual and complex form of superiormirage that is seen in a narrow ban. This optical phenomenonoccurs because rays of light are bent when they pass throughair layers of different temperatures in a steep thermal inversionwhere an atmospheric duct has formed right above the horizon.What legend did this create??
  55. 55. answer Flying Dutchmen
  56. 56. 6. Whose world record beingacknowledged?
  57. 57. Human, spectrum, my eye andyour eye
  58. 58. 7. Why is this person in thelimelight? Kip Stephen Thorne (born June 1, 1940) is an Americantheoretical physicist, known for his contributions ingravitational physics and astrophysics. A long-time friendand colleague of Stephen Hawking and Carl Sagan, he wasthe Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics at theCalifornia Institute of Technology (Caltech) until 2009 andone of the world's leading experts on the astrophysicalimplications of Einstein's general theory of relativity. Thorne contributed ideas on wormhole travel to Carl Saganfor use in his novel Contact.
  59. 59. AnswerScript of InterStellar based on his works
  60. 60. 8. Responseto What ?
  61. 61. Ans: The response to this cartoon.
  62. 62. 9. X is the term which is the art of getting used to stopscrolling fast and furious through newsfeeds onsmartphone and tablets and pay attention to thecontent being served. What is X ?
  63. 63. Answer: Thumbstopper
  64. 64. 10. Xs description of Y : Y is a satirical websitethat parodies X. Its logo, a hollow potato, parodies X's globelogo, and it styles itself "the content-free _________",which is a parody of Wikipedia's "the free __________.Ys description of X : X ("the 'free' __________") is awebsite that parodies Y. It was founded in 2001, when itbegan its noble goal of spreading the world'smisinformation in the most inconspicuous way possible.For this reason, academic experts strongly urge studentsnot to cite X.Originally written exclusively in Klingon, theproject currently spans all the known languages of history.Give X and Y both ? ( No part points)
  65. 65. Ans: X = WikipediaY = Uncyclopedia
  66. 66. 11. Where is this place, what is missing from it and why?
  67. 67. Ans : Geldrop, NetherlandsIf you look closely, u will notice that Mordor isnot there because
  68. 68. 12. According to Howstuffworks.com, a X (meaning, below"limen," or our conscious perception threshold) is a"message embedded into images or sound meant topenetrate into our subconscious and influence ourbehavior."The term was coined in 1957, by James Vicary, a marketresearcher who inserted messages into a movie that wasshowcased in a New Jersey theater. The carefully hiddenmessage instructed moviegoers to drink Coca-Cola and eatpopcorn.The use of X purportedly increased in the following years,and in 1973, author Wilson Bryan Key wrote a controversialbook about the subject. The following year the FederalCommunications Commission launched an investigation,during which they determined that Xwas "intended to bedeceptive."Following a series of hearings, the FCC banned the use of X.
  69. 69. Ans : Subliminal Advertising
  70. 70. Powered by:
  71. 71. Categories:EtymologySportsCartoonsMoviesMythologyComicsTechnologyScienceIndia
  72. 72. INDIAIndia 1 India 2
  73. 73. 1. The ______ Press Act of 1878 was introduced to controlvarious newspapers in India. This act was particularly introduced to deal with Bengalimagazine Amrita Bazar Patrika which was particularlyanti-British. However Amrita Bazaar Patrika did something whichoutfoxed the Act. What did Amrita Bazaar Patrika do ?
  74. 74. Answer: The act was Vernacular Press Act, it was brought in todeal with newspapers in the Indian languages. Amrita Bazaar Patrika changed its language fromBengali to English to get out of the purview of the Act.
  75. 75. Q.2 Composition of what? Outer ring pieceCopper-92%Alluminium-6%Nickel-2% Central PieceCopper-75%Nickel-25%
  76. 76. The Rs. 10 coin
  77. 77. SPORTSIndiaSports 1 Sports 2
  78. 78. SPORTS 1 This cricket ground was originally called the ______Stadium, but was renamed in 1974 after X gave aspeech in the city in which he supported Y's right tohave nuclear weapons. Since X was overthrown, there have been moves torename the ground again - "I don't think his profile isinspirational enough to link with our cricket stadium'sidentity," understated a local sporting official - butnothing has happened yet.
  79. 79. Col. Gaddafi Stadium
  80. 80. 2.What incident is this image mocking?
  81. 81. Answer
  82. 82. ETYMOLOGY1 2
  83. 83. Etymology 1 The term ____ originates in theater. Sincesuperstitions run rampant in the theater, its notsurprising to learn that wishing someone good luckoutright is actually considered bad luck. Instead, it wasmore suitable to wish ill will on someone before aperformance, since the opposite was supposed tooccur.
  84. 84. Break A Leg
  85. 85. Etymology 2 This was drawn up by BBC for the first ever radio broadcast of a footballmatch, back in 1927. It was a time when backpasses were frequent, andgoalkeepers were still allowed to handle the ball from a backpass. So oftenthe defenders would play the ball to the keeper, and the team would have tostart all over again. This led to the coinage of a certain phrase that is widelyused today. What is the phrase?
  86. 86. answer Back to Square One
  87. 87. MYTHOLOGY1 2
  88. 88. MYTHOLOGY 1 Lord Krishna once asked x, what should be done to stop thewar. X told him that Krishna must be tied down andimprisoned and all the Pandavas along with Duryodhanamust be sent to forest and Karna must be made the king X was very good in Astrology. Duryodhana, on the advice ofShakuni approached X in order to seek the right time(muhurta) to start the Mahabharata war so that the Kauravaswill be victorious. X disclosed the same for the Kauravas inspite of knowing that Kauravas were their enemy, as X wasknown to be very honest
  89. 89. ANSWER: SAHADEVNOT SO USELESSAFTER ALL!
  90. 90. MYTHOLOGY 2 Q. X is the twin sister of Apollo and daughter of Zeus.When she was young, she appealed to her father toallow her to remain a virgin for eternity and he grantsher that wish. She is the huntress, and at the sametime, the protector of animals. As much as she is thevirgin goddess and the picture of purity, she is also thegoddess of childbirth and the destroyer of youngwomen. (pic on next slide)
  91. 91. Ans: Artemis
  92. 92. CARTOON1 2
  93. 93. CARTOON 1 Xs magic katana was forged by the gods Odin, Ra, andVishnu through three mortal avatars from the righteousenergy within X's father; it is able to cut through anysubstance with enough force behind it. On the other hand,it is unable to harm beings that are pure of heart. Whos X?
  94. 94. Answer
  95. 95. 2.Connect:
  96. 96. Origin name of following Pokemon
  97. 97. COMICS1 2
  98. 98. Comics 1 While several other individuals have used the name X, these havelived either in other parallel worlds, or in the future. Jay Garrick Barry Allen Wally West Bart Allen Jesse Chambers Sela Allen Tanaka Rei Blaine Allen Jace Allen Kryad Bizzaro X
  99. 99. All Are Flash
  100. 100. 2. X is actually Aman, born to the fictional terrorist chief Ahankari,as a clone. The clone grew to adulthood very rapidly due toaccelerated cloned genes. Ahankari's father, fearing that the clone would also turn out evillike his son, arranged for the Indian mystic "Rudraksh Baba" totake charge of who mystically purged all evil from the clone andconcentrated it under the mark of a Trident, carried by LordShiva. This process gave rise to another side effect - whenever theclone sensed evil, his skin would turn blue. Rudraksh babainstructed the clone, now known as Aman (Peace) to live the lifeof a hero, donning the ceremonial Indian "dhoti" as a mark of hisembraced mysticism. Aman took up the name X and went on tolearn heroics from various Indian Superheroes from the RajComics universe. He now protects the Metro City. VITAL STATS:Height- 6'3Weight- 90 kg (200 lbs)Superpowers- Superstrength, Enhanced Endurance, Superspeed,Flight
  101. 101. Super Indian(so much for imagination!)
  102. 102. TECHNOLOGY
  103. 103. Technology:What is the name of this technologicalenterprise from Google?
  104. 104. Project ARA
  105. 105. MOVIES1 2
  106. 106. Q. 1. Connect
  107. 107. Mockbusters
  108. 108. MOVIES 2 This pic shows the framework of a very famous 'fictionalprop' from a movie... Id the movie or the prop.
  109. 109. THE TRON BIKE
  110. 110. CONNECT: NON EXHAUSTIVE Niels Bohr Pierre and Marie Curie Albert Einstein Enrico Fermi Lecoq de Boisbaudran Ernest Lawrence Lise Meitner Dmitri Mendeleev Alfred Nobel Wilhelm Roentgen Ernest Rutherford Glenn T. Seaborg
  111. 111. ELEMENTS NAMED AFTER THESE SCIENTISTS bohrium (Bh, 107) Niels Bohr curium (Cm, 96) Pierre and Marie Curie einsteinium (Es, 99) Albert Einstein fermium (Fm, 100) Enrico Fermi gallium (Ga, 31) both named after Gallia (Latin for France) andits discoverer, Lecoq de Boisbaudran (le coq, the French word for'rooster' translates to gallus in Latin) lawrencium (Lr, 103) Ernest Lawrence meitnerium (Mt, 109) LiseMeitner mendelevium (Md, 101) Dmitri Mendeleev nobelium (No, 102) Alfred Nobel roentgenium (Rg, 111) Wilhelm Roentgen (formerlyUnunumium) rutherfordium (Rf, 104) Ernest Rutherford seaborgium (Sg, 106) Glenn T. Seaborg
  112. 112. Such Rules, Much Wow 1. 6 questions Infinite pounce still prevails 2. Points will be awarded according to the followingscheme: +30 1 team answers +25 2 teams answer +20 3 teams answer +15 4 teams answer +10 5 teams answer +5 6 teams answer
  113. 113. 1. What is being described here ? A standard X consists of approximately two million grain-of-sand-sizeddiscrete units, which are shaped to have as large a surface aspossible to optimize their effectiveness. The fundamental unit of X is a cell which is a tiny unit in its ownright, contributing energy and computing power to the entire X. The basic principle of X is holistic; each part contains the whole, asit were. Each cell is constructed by using specialized bacteria-the bacteriaconsume minute amount of specific metals, arrange themselves onpre-tagged areas on the chip, then die, leaving a very small amountof iron, or gold, or gallium arsenide. This method allows greatprecision in determining the thickness of circuitry.
  114. 114. Manufacturing process of Iron Man suit.
  115. 115. 2. X(depicted in action) were commonly employed byanatomists in the United Kingdom during the 18th and19th centuries to disinter the bodies of the recentlydeceased for anatomical research. Between 1506 and1752 only a very few cadavers were available each year.The supply was increased when, in an attempt tointensify the deterrent effect of the death penalty,theMurder Act 1752 allowed executed criminals tobe dissecteda fate generally viewed with horror.
  116. 116. Ans: Resurrectionists
  117. 117. 3. Etymology of XThe English longbow yeomen(Archers) were directedto practice frequently, and it has been stated that therewas often a practice held immediately after churchservices in small hamlets, the only time during theweek when many of the archers would gather. Acommon target was the white skull of a X, and thegreatest skill could be illustrated by getting a Xs Y.
  118. 118. Ans: Bullseye
  119. 119. 4. Connect
  120. 120. The US national anthem "The Star-Spangled Banner" is the national anthemof the United States. The lyrics come from "Defence ofFort M'Henry", a poem written in 1814 by the 35-year-oldlawyer and amateur poet Francis Scott Key afterwitnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry byBritish ships of the Royal Navy in the Chesapeake Bayduring the Battle of Fort McHenry in the War of 1812.
  121. 121. 5. The medieval art-driven artwork, measuring 100 by 100 cm,features a pair of angel wings imposed onto a painting of anocean under a sky at night. The angel wings themselves featurecryptic imagery of medieval-style drawings of fairlycontemporary objects and concepts. The images include acouple in love, a man facing a mirror, a flight of white doves, acircular maze, a girl by candlelight, a window looking out ontoan incoming tornado and a garden plant with a ladder, amongstother imagery depicted in the artwork. Description of what??
  122. 122. Answer: Ghost stories Ghost Stories
  123. 123. 6. Strip from XKCD comics. Give Funda OR What are the apollo retro reflectors?
  124. 124. answer Apollo retro-reflectors placed by the Apollo 11, 14 and 15.
  125. 125. 6 questionsSingle theme connectInfinite pounce rules prevail+10 on Direct and pass
  126. 126. Q. Who ? In 1968, he received the first Filmfare Best Actor Awardof his career for the film Bramhachari. He made aunique place for himself in the industry as he was theonly dancing hero in Hindi films from the late fiftiestill early seventies. He used to compose dancing stepsby himself in the songs picturised on him, andreportedly never needed a choreographer. This earnedhim the name of XY of India.
  127. 127. Shammi Kapoor
  128. 128. Q. What is the slogan? X Y was a slogan used during the late 1960s and early1970s as a symbol of passive resistance and non-violenceideology. It is rooted in the oppositionmovement to the Vietnam War. Hippies embraced the symbolism by dressing inclothing with embroidered X and vibrant colours,wearing X in their hair, and distributing X to thepublic.
  129. 129. Flower Power
  130. 130. 4. The X effect is the tendency of a spell checker to suggestor autocorrect inappropriate words to replace misspelled words andwords not in its dictionary. This term refers to the fact that the unhyphenated English word"cooperation" was often changed to X" by older spellcheckers withdictionaries containing only the hyphenated variant, "co-operation".X is the home of Apple Inc., and thus would be in mostcomputer spelling dictionaries. EXAMPLE: Muttahida Qaumi Movement being replaced with"Muttonhead Quail Movement" WHAT IS X?
  131. 131. answer Cupertino Effect
  132. 132. Q. Which term was coined by themedia for this visit?
  133. 133. Ping PongDiplomacy
  134. 134. Q.1 Who is X ? As a result of winning a Student Academy Award atUSC for his film, A Field of Honor, X came to theattention of Steven Spielberg. Spielberg said, "Hebarged right past my secretary and sat me down andshowed me this student film...and I thought it wasspectacular, with police cars and a riot, all dubbed toElmer Bernstein's score for The Great Escape."Spielberg became X's mentor and executive producedhis first two films, both of which X co-wrote with Gale.He later executive produced other X films, includingthe Back to the Future trilogy and Who Framed RogerRabbit.
  135. 135. Robert Zemeckis
  136. 136. Identify the logo+5/0
  137. 137. Theme: Forrest Gump!!