Which of the following Pair are not parent and child who have both won the Nobel prize?
Who is the first women boxer to be honoured with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award?
Which is the only Test playing nation that India has never beaten in T20 International ?
Which Nobel laureate began his career as an accountant in the finance department of the Indian government in Calcutta?
Who was the first women nominated member of Rajya Sabha of India?
Mitrabheda, Mitralabha, Kakolukiyam, Labdhapranash and Apariksitakarakam are different chapters of which ancient text?
Which of these does not hold true for mammals?
After Jyoti Basu, who has held the office of chief minister for any Indian state for the longest time?
Which of these Indian Para-athletes won the gold medal in high jump at the Rio Paralympic Games ?
At Rio 2016, who made the record for the fastest goal scored in football in Olympics by scoring a goal in 14 seconds?
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Can you unscramble the countries in Part 1 and match them with the appropriate fact about them in Part 2? And your answer is?
This is the world's most populous country.
The capital of this country is Abuja.
This is the only country to ever suffer an attack with atomic weapons.
The capital of this country is Seoul.
This country is a great industrial power despite the fact that it must import many resources.
The capital of this country is Pretoria.
Dracula's home, Transylvania, is in this country.
Unscramble the words below, then take the letters from each word as instructed:
EQUEU Take letters 1,4 and 5
YMRRA Take letters 1,2 and 3
IELAN Take letters 1,3 and 5
CBA Take letter 2
Unscramble the letters you collected... what do you get?
A 3-letter-word has been taken out of each of the following words. Can you figure it out?
ST_ _ _
_ _ _NT
AD_ _ _
P_ _ _ANT
The following are alternate definitions for words, based on how the words sound. For example, "To drive by the docks: P _ _ _ _ _ _ _." would result in "PASSPORT (Pass Port)". Can you guess the words described below?
A set of words that can be read both horizontally and vertically is known as a word square. The words TEN, ERA, and NAB can form a word square as shown below.
T E N
E R A
N A B
Can you construct a word square using the following cryptic clues for the 5-letter words in the square?
1) Where mouthwash has power.
2) Theft of a flower bud.
3) A lot of work in Latin class.
4) Lassie sticks up for coffee.
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