Monday, 24 October 2011

Quiz 57:24th October 2011

Q1. Connect


Q2. Felicity Ann d'Abreu Crosland was the name of his second wife. A memorable and famous incident from his life is known as “Great Mouse plot of 1924”. He worked at Shell Petroleum Company before becoming a writer. He died of myelodysplastic syndrome, a blood disease in the year 1990. Name this author.

Q3. He starred as a child actor in the movie Mr. India and also appeared in the films Shahenshah, Chalbaaz and Insaniyat. While he was studying in H.R College he was offered the lead role in Ram Gopal Varma’s “Mast” when he was only 19 years of age. Name this actor.

Q4. “Rubeola” is the other name for this disease and the “Koplik dots” is the main symptom of this disease. Paramyxoviridae is the name of the virus causing this disease. This disease has a lot of complications which include “Vitamin A deficiency” and the disease immediately affects children. Name it.

Q5. This mountain has never been climbed in winter. Thomas Montgomerie named this mountain and it is situated partially on the “Tashkurgan” province. Its neighboring peaks were named in numerical succession with it but then were renamed as Masherbrum, Broad peak and Gasherbrum. Ardito Desio was the first person to summit this mountain. Name this mountain.

Q6. Stephen Hester is the CEO of this organization and in 1728 this organization became the world’s first to offer an overdraft facility. The headquarters of this organization are in Edinburgh, UK. This organization also supported Andy Murray from the age of 13. John Dick Peddie designed the first axial banking hall (Telling room) for this organization. Name it.

Q7. Connect to a cartoon serial.  


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