Saturday, 4 July 2009

General Q&A - 4

  1. What do you call a group of sheep? - A Flock of Sheep
  2. In which sport do players take long and short corners? - Hockey
  3. Who was the youngest President of the USA? - Theodore Roosevelt
  4. How many legs do butterflies have? - 6 Legs & 2 Pair of Wings
  5. Who invented the Nintendo Wii? - Kashi Kabushiki
  6. What year does the nintendo wii come out? - Late 2006
  7. Who played the rol of harry porter in the movie ?? – Daniel Jacob
  8. Which actor perform as the new james bond – Daniel craig
  9. What uis it tha make soda water fizz – co2 ( Carbon Dioxide )
  10. Polio prevention vaccine – sabin vaccine
  11. Youngest chess chess master – sergey karjackine
  12. Who discovered O2 – joseph priestly
  13. Longest national highway in india – NH-7
  14. First president of india - dr. Rajendra Prasad
  15. 10th president in india – kocheril Raman Narayanan
  16. 11th president – dr abdul kalam (abul pakir jainul abideen abdulkalam)
  17. Who develepoed indias first satellite launch vehicle – abdul kalam
  18. what is the Largest frog called? – goliyath
  19. What is aramco Aramco – arab American company
  20. Most romantinc language in the world –french
  21. How many national highways present in india – 259
  22. What is the principle chemical that can be made by wulff process? - Acetylene
  23. What do you call plants that eat insects? - Insectivorous plants
  24. What name is given to fruits that are formed with out fertilization? - Parthenocarpico
  25. Which is the oldest satellite orbiting the earth! - Moon
  26. At what age did Louis Braille invent his system of writing for the blind? - At the age of 15(He became blind at the age of 3)
  27. Which is the oldest parliamentary democracy in the world? - Britain
  28. Which city was founded by Alexander the Great in Egypt? - Alexandria
  29. Who was known as Maid Of Orleans? - Joan of Arc
  30. After which Florentine explorer was America named? - Amerigo vespucci
  31. In which century was Lord Buddha born? - Around 560BC
  32. What was Abraham Lincoln's profession prior to entering Congress? - Lawyer
  33. Who is credited with being the first European to discover North America? - Christopher Columbus
  34. Who designed the dome of St. Peter's, Rome? - Michelangelo
  35. The Hundred Years' War (1337-1453) was fought between which two countries? - England and France
  36. Who were the first European settlers in India? - Portuguese
  37. In which year was NATO formed? - 1949
  38. Which country was the first in the world where women voted for the government? - New Zealand
  39. In which year did Hitler become chancellor of Germany? - 1933
  40. In which country Alexander the Great came from? - Greece
  41. Which metal is heavier, silver or gold? - Gold
  42. How many legs do butterflies have? - Six
  43. Which is the country with the most people? - China
  44. Which state is the biggest in the US? - Alaska
  45. Which country has the largest area of land? - Russia
  46. Which is the country hosting the 2008 Olympic Games? - China
  47. Which indoor sport is the most popular in the US? – Basket ball
  48. Which golf player's mother is from Thailand? – Tiger Woods
  49. What is Aurora Borealis commonly known as? – Northern Lights
  50. Which is the non-contagious disease that is the most common in the world? – tooth Decay
  51. Which was the album the Beatles recorded the last time together? – Abbey Road
  52. Which instrument did Miles Davis, the jazz musician, play? - Trumpet
  53. What is the sport in which you could get into a headlock? - Wrestling
  54. In which country was golf first played? - Scotland
  55. Which is the sport where you could be out ?leg before wicket?, or ?hit a six?? - Cricket
  56. When did baseball originate in the US? – 10th Century
  57. Which is the sport wherein you would use a 'sand iron'? - Golf
  58. What is the largest mammal in the world? – Blue Whales
  59. Which is the country where reggae music originated? - Jamaica
  60. Who was the creator of Jeeves and Wooster? – PG Wodehouse
  61. Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel? – Michel angelo
  62. Who was the writer of Alice?s Adventures in Wonderland? – Lewise Caroll
  63. After which famous person was the teddy bear named? – Theodore roosevelt
  64. Which is the smallest ocean in the world? – Artic Ocean
  65. What is the rhino?s horn made of? – Hair

Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Generaal Q&A - 3

  • 1 The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was Mujibur Rehman
  • 2 The longest river in the world is the Nile
  • 3 The longest highway in the world is the Trans-Canada
  • 4 The longest highway in the world has a length of About 8000 km
  • 5 The highest mountain in the world is the Everest
  • 6 The country that accounts for nearly one third of the total teak production of the world is Myanmar
  • 7 The biggest desert in the world is the Sahara desert
  • 8 The largest coffee growing country in the world is Brazil
  • 9 The country also known as "country of Copper" is Zambia
  • 10 The name given to the border which separates Pakistan and Afghanistan is Durand line
  • 11 The river Volga flows out into the Caspian sea
  • 12 The coldest place on the earth is Verkoyansk in Siberia
  • 13 The country which ranks second in terms of land area is Canada
  • 14 The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is Sicily
  • 15 The river Jordan flows out into the Dead sea
  • 16 The biggest delta in the world is the Ganges Delta
  • 17 The capital city that stands on the river Danube is Belgrade & Budapest
  • 18 The Japanese call their country as Nippon
  • 19 The length of the English channel is 564 kilometres
  • 20 The world's oldest known city is Damascus
  • 21 The city which is also known as the City of Canals is Venice
  • 22 The country in which river Wangchu flows is Myanmar
  • 23 The biggest island of the world is Greenland
  • 24 The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is Detroit, USA
  • 25 The country which is the largest producer of manganese in the world is China & South Africa
  • 26 The country which is the largest producer of rubber in the world is Malaysia
  • 27 The country which is the largest producer of tin in the world is China
  • 28 The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the Amazon River
  • 29 The city which was once called the `Forbidden City' was Peking
  • 30 The country called the Land of Rising Sun is Japan
  • 31 Mount Everest was named after Sir George Everest
  • 32 The volcano Vesuvius is located in Italy
  • 33 The country known as the Sugar Bowl of the world is Cuba
  • 34 The length of the Suez Canal is 162.5 kilometers
  • 35 The lowest point on earth is The coastal area of Dead sea
  • 36 The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of Nepal
  • 37 The largest ocean of the world is the Pacific ocean
  • 38 The largest bell in the world is the Tsar Kolkol at Kremlin, Moscow
  • 39 The biggest stadium in the world is the Strahov Stadium, Prague
  • 40 The world's largest diamond producing country is South Africa
  • 41 Australia was discovered by James Cook
  • 42 The first Governor General of Pakistan is Mohammed Ali Jinnah
  • 43 Dublin is situated at the mouth of river Liffey
  • 44 The earlier name of New York city was New Amsterdam
  • 45 The Eifel tower was built by Alexander Eiffel
  • 46 The Red Cross was founded by Jean Henri Dunant
  • 47 The country which has the greatest population density is Monaco
  • 48 The national flower of Britain is Rose
  • 49 Niagara Falls was discovered by Louis Hennepin
  • 50 The national flower of Italy is Lily
  • 51 The national flower of China is Narcissus
  • 52 The permanent secretariat of the SAARC is located at Kathmandu
  • 53 The gateway to the Gulf of Iran is Strait of Hormuz
  • 54 The first Industrial Revolution took place in England
  • 55 World Environment Day is observed on 5th June
  • 56 The first Republican President of America was Abraham Lincoln
  • 57 The country famous for Samba dance is Brazil
  • 58 The name of Alexander's horse was Beucephalus
  • 59 Singapore was founded by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles
  • 60 The famous British one-eyed Admiral was Nelson
  • 61 The earlier name of Sri Lanka was Ceylon
  • 62 The UNO was formed in the year 1945
  • 63 UNO stands for United Nations Organization
  • 64 The independence day of South Korea is celebrated on 15th August
  • 65 'Last Judgement' was the first painting of an Italian painter named Michelangelo
  • 66 Paradise Regained was written by John Milton
  • 67 The first President of Egypt was Mohammed Nequib
  • 68 The first man to reach North Pole was Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary
  • 69 The most famous painting of Pablo Picasso was Guermica
  • 70 The primary producer of newsprint in the world is Canada
  • 71 The first explorer to reach the South Pole was Cap. Ronald Amundson
  • 72 The person who is called the father of modern Italy is G.Garibaldi
  • 73 World literacy day is celebrated on 8th September
  • 74 The founder of modern Germany is Bismarck
  • 75 The country known as the land of the midnight sun is Norway
  • 76 The place known as the Roof of the world is Tibet
  • 77 The founder of the Chinese Republic was San Yat Sen
  • 78 The first Pakistani to receive the Nobel Prize was Abdul Salam
  • 79 The first woman Prime Minister of Britain was Margaret Thatcher
  • 80 The first Secretary General of the UNO was Trygve Lie
  • 81 The sculptor of the statue of Liberty was Frederick Auguste Bartholdi
  • 82 The port of Baku is situated in Azerbaijan
  • 83 John F Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald
  • 84 The largest river in France is Loire
  • 85 The Queen of England who married her brother-in-law was Catherine of Aragon
  • 86 The first black person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize was Ralph Johnson Bunche
  • 87 The first British University to admit women for degree courses was London University
  • 88 The principal export of Jamaica is Sugar
  • 89 New York is popularly known as the city of Skyscrapers
  • 90 Madagascar is popularly known as the Island of Cloves
  • 91 The country known as the Land of White Elephant is Thailand
  • 92 The country known as the Land of Morning Calm is Korea
  • 93 The country known as the Land of Thunderbolts is Bhutan
  • 94 The highest waterfalls in the world is the Salto Angel Falls, Venezuela
  • 95 The largest library in the world is the United States Library of Congress, Washington DC
  • 96 The author of Harry Potter Books is JK Rowling
  • 97 Nickname of New York city is Big Apple
  • 98 Original name of butterfly is flutter bee
  • 99 The largest pyramid known as Pyramid of King Cheops
  • 100 The Taj Mahal in India built by the Mugal Emporer Shah Jahan

General Q&A - 2

  1. K Malleswari, the lone medal winner for India in the millennium Olympics, and the first woman from India to ever win a medal, is employed at which Central Government Corporation? - Food Corporation Of india
  2. First there was Bridgestone, and then Mitsubishi; what giant automaker of Japan was embroiled, recently, in a quality-related (again!) controversy? – Toyota
  3. The Times of India launched its latest edition in which city? - Hyderabad
  4. Which famous fashion accessories House first started as leather goods shop in Florence in 1921? – Gucci
  5. Uncle Pai is associated with which once roaringly successful publishers of children?s literature? - Amar Chitra Katha
  6. Which international airline uses the slogan "Smooth As Silk" in its advertisements? - Thai
  7. Which TV programme currently aired in India, is sponsored by a) Colgate b) Bajaj c) Dettol and d) LG? – Kaun Banega Crorepati
  8. Who are the makers of the soft contact lens "Accuvue"? – Johnson & johnosn
  9. Named "Manager of the Century" by the business magazine Fortune, he was recently in India Who is he? – Jack Welch
  10. The "Three Golden Balls" is the traditional symbol of which class of businessmen, especially in Europe? - Pawnbrokers
  11. Which is the largest ?unlisted? company in India in terms of turnover? – Maruti Udyog
  12. watchmaker sells an environment-friendly brand of watches called "Eco Drive"? - Citizen
  13. The useful thumb rule in Economics, "Bad money drives out the good" goes by what name? – Greshmas Law
  14. is film Production Company owned by the Hollywood star Dustin Hoffman? – Punch Productions
  15. famous place in New York gets its name from the original location of a stockade built by the Dutch in 1653 to keep out the attacking English colonists and Red Indians? – Wall Street
  16. Which famous TV personality owns a film production company called Harpo Films? Look hard at the name, may be you can decipher the answer. – Oprah Winfrey
  17. The person next-in-command to the CEO is often referred to as the ?Upper Roger?. From what Indian (Sanskrit) word does this phrase come? – Yuva Raja
  18. Aero planes of which airline sported Meera Mehta?s "Paithan Sari Motif" on their tails for sometime? – British Airways
  19. Who or what is a MAMBA? – Middle Aged Middle Brow Achiever
  20. Under what brand name is the compound "sidenafil citrate? sold by the pharma company, Pfizer? - Viagra
  21. What ?social expression? company (if I may coin a phrase) was started by the 18 year old Joyce Hall in 1910? - Hallmark
  22. Which is the biggest toy retail chain in the world? – Toys R us
  23. Here?s a Dot-buster: Which award-winning net-based furniture selling company, despite being backed by, filed for bankruptcy, recently? –
  24. What is the name given to software developed exclusively for use by infants and toddlers? - Lapware
  25. What major currency is known as ?Greenbacks? in slang? – US DOllars
  26. Who is the only Asian to be included in Sunday Times list of "The Wealthiest 200 in Britain since 1066"? – L.N Mittal
  27. who is basking in the limelight for his role as the official emissary in the Raj Kumar Kidnapping case, is the editor of which Tamil Magazine? – Nakkeeran
  28. What we know as Maruti Zen was launched worldwide by Suzuki in the 90?s under what name? - Alto
  29. Zee Movies is contemplating a co-branding exercise in collaboration with which major Hollywood Film studio? - MGM
  30. Ashok H Advani is the publisher of which business magazine? – Business India
  31. Lord Raj Kumar Bagri is the first non-Briton Chairman of what mercantile organization - -London Metal Exchange
  32. You?ve heard of BSA motorcycles and surely seen BSA bicycles on Indian roads. What does BSA stand for? – Birmingham Small Arms
  33. What brand of Firestone tyres is creating an uproar in the USA, for causing many fatalities on the highway because of a manufacturing defect? - Wilderness
  34. He appears in a series of books which made publishing history, and he is the most famous pupil of the "Hogwart?s Witchcraft School". Who is this fictional character? – Harry Poter
  35. To which fashion house did the minister Maneka Gandhi address her remark, "The skin of the python is no less precious to the snake than fur is to the fox"? – calvin Klien
  36. The ?Calatrava Cross? is the emblem of which coveted brand of Swiss watch? – Patek Philip
  37. What famous sports goods company did Phil Knight and Bill Boweman launch in 1964? - Nike
  38. Which Indian textile brand proudly proclaims "Since 1925"in its advertisements? - Raymonds
  39. Which famous hospital chain of India sells an accident insurance cover called "Dost?? - Apollo
  40. What product is associated with the Colombian mascot "Juan Valdez"? - Coffee
  41. Which newspaper baron started his career by launching the "Adelaide Herald" when he was just 23 years old? - Rupert Murdoch
  42. The Hollywood horror flick "Crocodile 2 Death Roll" was recently shot in which film studio in India? – Ramoji Rao Film city
  43. The Striding Man? is the logo of which best selling brand of scotch whiskey? – Johnny Walker
  44. In his recent visit to New Delhi, in which 5 star Hotel did Bill Gates stay? – Maurya Sheraton
  45. What automobile, still seen on the roads with minor variations, did Ferdinand Porsche develop under the behest of Adolf Hitler? - Volkswaggen
  46. Mumbai-born Fareed Zackaria has been appointed the editor of which international newsmagazine? – News Week
  47. Which textile company of India is head quartered at "Neville House"? – Bombay Dyeing
  48. What useful and innovative computer accessory did Douglas Engelbert invent in 1968? - The Mouse
  49. At long last the Department of Telecommunications (DoT, for short) has been transformed in to a corporation. What is its name in its new avatar? – Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd
  50. What ingredient of chewing gum comes from the South American sapodilla tree? - Chicle
  51. Which Indian confectioneries brand and Times Warner are involved in a legal wrangle over the 'Bunny' logo? - Nutrine
  52. What is the consulting firm recently acquired by the electronics giant Hewlett-Packard? - Pricewaterhouse Coopers
  53. What pharma company markets the 'Ayurvedic Concepts' range of health products? - Himalaya Drugs Company
  54. What Hyderabad based company has been contracted by Cantor Index plc to supply giant- sized, inflatable images of the latest contenders to American Presidency-Bush and Gore? - Unique Inflatables
  55. What internationally famous sports apparel company was started in the 1930's by a champion tennis-player of France? -Lacoste
  56. Prime Minister AB Vajpayee under went knee surgery in which Mumbai hospital? – Breach Candy
  57. According to 'BBC's Moneytalk' which German brand is ranked No. 1 amongst car audio products? - Blaupunkt
  58. Who was chosen to be the first and only recipient in India of the choicest, limited edition champagne 'Espirit du Siecle'? – Prannoy Roy
  59. Which Hollywood star and brand ambassador of Omega watches was recently in India to meet the Dalai Lama? – Pierce Brosnon
  60. What tourist attraction in London, designed by Sir Richard Rogers especially for the millennium, is in grave financial crisis because of its failure to attract enough visitors? – Millenium Dome
  61. OM Gruppen of Sweden is in the news for wanting to takeover of all things which European stock exchange? – Londin Stock Exchange
  62. Carlos Ghosn, living up to his sobriquet of 'Le Cost-Killer', is putting which ailing Japanese carmaker on the road to recovery? – Nissan Motors
  63. In the mesmerically popular TV Game show ?Kaun Banega Crorepati?, the prize money is issued on the cheques of which bank? – ICICI Bank
  64. What redoubtable Swiss watchmaker markets a range of metal-cased watches under a clever and ironic name of "Irony"? - Swatch
  65. In the world of Food and Agriculture what does the acronym GM stand for? – Genitically Modified
  66. The indigenously produced Hepatitis b vaccine called Shanvac B, which is giving the multinationals a run for their money, is produced by which company? – Shanta Biotechinics
  67. Sierra Leone is now always in the news for the bloody civil war which is raging there. Otherwise it was known for its highly lucrative export trade in which mineral? - Diomonds
  68. What 'wireless' technology, which has almost become a buzzword, is named after an ancient Viking chief? - Bluetooth
  69. What is the new name of the TV channel TNT, after its recent rechristening? - TCM
  70. Sumantra Ghoshal has been appointed the founding Dean of which fledgling Business School? – Indian School Of Business, Hyderabad
  71. Arun Bajoria's takeover threat was targeted at which company? – Bombay dyeing
  72. Which Bank has launched the "India Millennium Deposits" to mobilize resources of NRI?s? – State Bank Of India
  73. The quality enforcing technique of 'Six Sigma' was first introduced by which American company? - Motorola
  74. Which airline uses the slogan "Be Good to Yourself" in its ads? – The Emirates
  75. What is the expensive delicacy obtained from the fish sturgeon especially found in the Caspian Sea? - Caviar
  76. What is the name of the new generation fuel cell car recently developed by GM? - Hydrogen
  77. Which large chaebol, now in dire straits, was started by five friends in 1979 to manufacture and export garments? - Daewoo
  78. Which Dutch brewery is ranked as the biggest producer of beer in Europe? - Heinneken
  79. What prized and exclusive cars are manufactured in Malvern Link, North west of London? - Morgan
  80. In collaboration which Bollywood star is 'Emami' proposing to launch a range of Ayurvedic personal care products? - MAdhuri Dixit
  81. What is the name of the alliance formed by airlines such as Delta, Air France, Aero Mexico and Korean Air? – Sky Team
  82. Which Budapest-born American CEO's biography is entitled "Swimming Across"? – Andy Grove
  83. Who is the 'person of Indian origin' who was hailed by the online magazine 'Valley Talk' as "the most successful Venture Capitalist of all time"? – Vinod Khosla
  84. Consequent upon a long drawn out family feud, what is the new name assumed by Andersen Consulting? - Accenture
  85. Italy's Monte Paschi di Seine, established in 1472, has the distinction of being the oldest of its kind. What is it? - Bank
  86. Which advertising legend is supposed to have advised, "If you have nothing to say, sing it!" – David Ogilvy
  87. Hans Wilsdorf, a German who set up his business in Switzerland, and later moved to London became the founder of which famous brand of watches? - Rolex
  88. Touted as one of the most useful inventions of this century, it was invented by George Mestral after he noticed burr sticking to his clothes on his return from a walk in the woods. What is it? - Velcro
  89. What is the 'highest scoring partnership' in cricket, which became a world famous brand of cigarettes? - 555
  90. Unit Trust's recent intention of terminating what scheme has caused public outcry and a lot of litigation? - Rajyalakshmi
  91. Which mobile phone manufacturer is popularizing mobile-telephone etiquette with its 'mobile manners' campaign? - Nokia
  92. Which Indian TV channel owned the transmission rights for the 50th Miss World contest held in the Millennium Dome in London? - Zee
  93. Bajaj auto is setting up a two wheeler assembly line in which South American country? - Brazil
  94. Merino, one of the finest types of wool, is associated with which country? - Australia
  95. In the heyday of nationalization, which PSU emerged from the amalgamation of ESSO and Caltex? – Hindustan Petroleum
  96. What biscuit in McVittie's range was originally developed by Sir Alexander Grant in the 1890's? - Digestive
  97. In the world of TV transmission technology, what does the much-talked about acronym DTH stand for? – Direct To Home
  98. With what product would you associate the well-known designs such as 'American Tank' and 'Tank Francaise'? Watches
  99. Which Indian packaging company has taken over a firm called 'Propack' in China? - Essel
  100. What is the internationally known brand of ice-cream co- promoted by an ex-hippie named Ben Cohen? – Ben & Jerry
  101. In what make of car did the couple from Calcutta, M.S. Choudhary and his wife Neena, achieve the record for first circumnavigation of the world? – Contessa Classic
  102. What international brand of cigarette is named after a ritzy street in London? – Paul Mall
  103. Which is the biggest Petroleum Company in the world? - Shell
  104. Nazomi 503, is the fastest of its kind in the world. What is it? - Train
  105. Dhunji Rana was the model for what enduring and macho icon in Indian advertising? – Zodiac Man
  106. Who is the hotshot executive of Indian origin with PepsiCo, who appears in the Fortunes list of 50 most powerful women in corporate America? – Indra Noovi
  107. What is the prized sports drink in the Quaker Oat's portfolio which makes merger with it so desirable to suitors like Coke, Pepsi or Danone? - Gatorade
  108. What is the Danish Electronics Company famed for producing 'haute couture' stuff in areas like Stereos, Televisions and Telephones? – Bang and Oluffsan
  109. What internationally famous brand of shoes is named whimsically after a rural American dish made from corn, fed to pet dogs? – Hush Puppies
  110. "Beeps" and "Peeps' were the experimental prototypes of what legendary hard terrain vehicle? - Jeep
  111. Tidel Park, yet another of those prestigious complexes housing software firms, is associated with which city? - Telephone
  112. What invention was called the Lover's Telegraph" when first exhibited in Philadelphia, 1876? - Telephone
  113. What now universally popular food item was called "Food of the Gods", by Linnaeus the eminent naturalist of the nineteenth century? - Chocolate
  114. Which aircraft manufactures the A3XX superjumbo, slated to be the biggest civilian aircraft? – Airbus Industry
  115. What international brand of shirts, marketed in India too, is observing 150 years of existence? - Arrow
  116. The Dynatac made in the1970's was the first of its kind. What is this product which became extremely visible in India only in the mid 90's? – Mobile (Cell) Phone
  117. What was the epoch-making book written in the 60's by Rachel Carson, which awakened the world to the dangers of environmental pollution but incurred the wrath of industrial giants like Dupont? – The Slent Spring
  118. What car being sold in India celebrated its first birthday recently with a birthday song sung especially for it by Shankar (Breathless) Mahadevan? – Ford Icon
  119. What hard liquor traditionally made from potatoes, literally means 'Little Water' in the native tongue? - Vodka
  120. What French sports fashion house has begun to sell India inspired knitwear kurta-pajamas successfully? -
  121. What large India retail chain proudly describes itself as 'The Family Store' in its advertisements? – Pantaloon’s
  122. Everyone has heard of the catchphrase "Intel Inside". But who authored a book entitled "Inside Intel"? - Tim Jackson
  123. What brand of 'cold cream', also available in India, derives its name from a latin word meaning 'snow white'? - Nivea
  124. In Mumbai's underworld slang the word 'kavva' refers to what handy communication device? – Cellular Phone
  125. With what cigarette brand (now gone up in smoke, I'm afraid), would you associate the once ubiquitous slogan "For Men of Action-- Satisfaction"? - Scissors
  126. What do you call the style of selling where the bid price goes down progressively until the deal is closed? - Dutch Auction
  127. With which Management Guru of Indian Origin would you most associate the phrase "Core Competence"? – C.K Prahlad
  128. What is the popular (though not available in India) low calorie soft drink produced by Coca Cola, having a three letter name? - Tab
  129. What expensive and legendary brand of cars is supposedly named after the founder of Dertroit - the car manufacturing capital of the world? - Cadillac
  130. Which company started by Jim Clark has its headquarters at 'Mountain View'? - Netscape
  131. What is name of the range of bestselling digital cameras manufactured by Sony? - Mavica
  132. In UK, what brand of beer is most preferred as an accompaniment to India food? - Cobra
  133. What potent liquor, also known a 'the Green Fairy', is extracted from wormwood? - Absinthe
  134. What invention, in its early years, was described as 'the horse that never says nay'? - Bicycle
  135. Back to acronyms. What does the first three letters of 'Sun Microsystems' stand for? - Stanford University Network
  136. A Navigator could mean many things. But a company has launched a toothbrush called Navigator. Which company are we talking about? - Colgate
  137. Tata Finance has launched a credit card with a tie up with which credit card company? - American Express
  138. "Kabhi Dekha Hai Aisa TV? Big Picture! Big Sound! Onida". Which ad agency created this award winning advertisement? – Oglivy an Mather (O&M)
  139. Which company has the advertising punchline, "The Power To Create"? - Epson
  140. The movies Mohabbatein, Raju Chacha and Mission Kashmir had breath-taking special effects. Name the company that created these effects. – Western Out Door
  141. Which company makes Ujala? – Jyothi Labs
  142. If you can't beat them, join them. Which clock company has decided to shift base to China so that it remains competitive? – Ajanta Quartz
  143. An Indian businessman has been named among Businessweek's top entrepreneurs for 2000. Name him. – Sunil Mittal ( Bharti Telecom)
  144. The beautiful Ekta Kapoor, daughter of film star Jeetendra, is a highly successful producer of television serials. Name her company. – Balaji Telefilms
  145. We all know what bulls and bears do. What would sheep do in the stock market? - Follow the Leader
  146. Which media group (you have to name the company, not the newspaper) has launched India's first electronic newspaper, or e-paper? – Living Media india Ltd
  147. Nescafe has two coffee brands. One is Nescafe Classic and the other is? - Surise
  148. The Human Genome Project has been in the news because government agencies and private sector companies have been racing to become the first to decipher the human genome. Name the private sector company which was in this race? – Celera Genomics
  149. For which electronics brand does Rahul Dravid model? - Thomson
  150. CEAT - This tyre company gives cricket ratings. To which group does this company belong? _ RPG Enterprises

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