Thursday, July 30, 2009

ANSWERS TO CURRENT AFFAIRS QUIZ

1. Sudha Pillai
2. Gangubhai Hangal
3. Paul Beederman
4. Jai ho (it is accomplished)
5. Meera shankar


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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

CURRENT AFFAIRS QUIZ

1. Who is the planning commission secretary of India?

2. Give the name of the Hindustani musician who passed away recently?

3. Who put Michael Felps down in the 200m freestyle and set the new world record?


4. Web 2.0 is the 1000000th word in the english vocabulary.
Which is the "unfortunate" word that holds the 999999th position?

5.Who is the current Indian Ambasseder to United States of America?

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

CURRENT AFFAIRS QUIZ

1. Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar
Abdullah on Tuesday submitted his resignation to Governor after allegations
against him by the opposition PDP. Who is the governer of J &
k?

ans: NN Vohra

2. According to The Associate Press of ABC
news , investigators believe it was Jackson's doctor who injected the pop
icon around midnight with
propofol, the powerful anesthetic authorities believe
ultimately
killed him. Name the doctor.
ans: Dr. Conrad Murray

3.Who is the RBI
Governor at present?

ans: Duvvuri Subbarao

4. Who is the Formula 1
driver who came across a high speed crash two days ago?

ans: Fellipe
Masse.


5.Which is India's first
indigenous nuclear-powered submarine?

ans: INS
Arihant


Saturday, July 25, 2009

CURRENT AFFAIRS QUIZ

1.Who is the chairman cum CEO of Continental Airlines
which appeared in the bylines for frisking ex-president
Abdul Kalam?
ans: Larry Kellner

2. In which place the disabled children were buried during
solar ellipse with a faith that they would be cured?
ans: Saath Gumbaz near Gulbarga

3. Usain bolt bags London Grand Prix. What is his best timing in 100 m?
ans: 9.69 sec

4. Which was the place where solar ellipse's centre was located?
ans: Thareginna in Bihar

5. Which is the state run channel of China that initiated to bring forth
an arabic Tv channel?
ans: CCTV(Chine Central TeleVision)

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

THE THRUST BEHIND MAN'S HISTORIC FOOTSTEP

What made man land on the sea of tranquility?
Was it just the scientific approach to study about the presence of water or life-supporting elements? Was it to seek the possible life of human beings outside the terrirtory of earth?
No may be the answer.
"Competition" was the thrust behind man's historic landing on the moon.
After the second world war there was a cold war between America and the
eastwhile USSR. The world in fact was divided into two-one countries backing up America and others backing up Soviet Union.
It was soviet union to start clinching history by leaping upward into the space.
Their victorious explorations imprinted the names of first man on space, first woman on space, first animal on space etc. in the history.
This was a big blow for America.
It was necessary for them to come up with something that would astonish the world.
In the later periods a large budget was set apart for this attempt.
It was John.F.Kennedy who gave the inspiration for the scientists in America.
This spirit of competition , after 10 trials of imperfections(from Apollo 1 to 10) resulted in that historic footstep.
"The spirit of competition wins impossibities."

40 th MOON LANDING ANNIVERSARY


1. Who wrote the book “Moon dust: In search of the persons who fell to earth”?
2. Who was the president of America at the very time of moon landing in 1969?
3. Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee are remembered in what honour?

4. Which famous moon explorer replaced the first part of his name with BUZZ?
5. What is the name of the point on moon where the 1 st moon winners landed?


ANSWERS

1. ANDREW SMITH
2. Richard Nixon
3. They are remembered as the first martyrs in the moon exploration
attempt(apollo 1)
4. Edwin Aldrin later became Buzz Aldrin
5. Sea of Tranquility

Friday, July 17, 2009

DAILY QUIZ (ANSWERS)

WANT a glance at questions?

http://quizchampion.blogspot.com/2009/07/daily-quiz.html

1. NIGERIA
2. BHUTAN
3. CYPRUS

4. CAMAROON

NASA is the organisation

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

DAILY QUIZ

1.Which is the highest populated country in Africa ?
2.Which is the neighbouring country of India where there are no railway lines?
3.Which country is known as the "Copper Island"?
4.Which country celebrates independence day on 1st january,that is on the new year day?
FIND OUT THE ANSWERS
1. _ _ G _ _ _ _
2._ _ U_ _ _
3. _ Y_ _ _ _
4. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ N
OBTAIN THE NAME OF THE ORGANISATION FROM THE RED UNDERLINES

IDENTIFY THE MASTER QUIZ

1. HE WAS HONOURED WITH ASHOK CHAKRA
2. RETIRED AS A WING COMMANDER
3.SPENT 8 DAYS IN SALUTE-7
4.BORN IN PATYALA,PUNJAB

Friday, July 3, 2009

ANSWERS TO SERIAL QUIZ ITS A MIND GAME

HEARTY WELCOME
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
SERIAL QUIZ.....ITS A MIND GAME,.,.,.,.,.,.,

answerS
1.V S naipal
2. a K bar
3. moon
4. stU mpS

the country is

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