What is the India’s rank in the 2017 Digital Evolution Index (DEI)?

How many feathers are there in a Shuttle Cock?

Who is the author of the book “I am HIV positive, so what”?

Which river, the longest in France, empties into the Atlantic at St. Nazaire?

Where is the solitary Minaret of Jam?

What is the importance of Spring bean configuration file?

In the acronym NTSC, used in the television industry, what does the "S" stand for?

How many chapters and verses are there in Hindu Epic Bhagwad Gita.?

How many patches (black & white) are there in a Football used in a international game?

Which book was in Miss Braganza’s hand when she entered Rahul’s class in ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’?

Which of these shapes have an area that is different from the rest?

A) pie*1 =======pie

B) 4*[pie*(1/2)^2]======pie

C) (1/2)*[pie*(3/2)^2]

D) (1/4)*[pie*(2)^2] ===== pie

Hence C) has a different area from others

A triangle, a square, a pentagon, a hexagon, an octagon and a circle all have an equal perimeter, which one has the smallest area?

Find the area of the shaded region in the following image (We have an isosceles triangle with lengths 10, 10, 12)?

A square and an equilateral triangle have the same perimeter. If the area of the triangle is 16√3 , what is the area of the square?

Each side of a square is divided into three equal parts by two points on it, which are connected as shown in the diagram below (that is not drawn to scale). If the smaller, red square has an area of 800, what is the area of the large square?