200 must do snap gk question bank
1. Which company owns India’s leading sweetener brand sugar free?
2. Which famous company was founded in 1985 following the merger of Houston Natural Gas and Inter
North of Omaha, and was one of the fastest growing companies in the world in the last decade?
3. Which was India’s first-ever free Internet service provider, which started operations in 1999?
4. With which company has Pepsi tied up to market a ready-to- drink range of iced tea internationally?
5. Which automobile tycoon built one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers at the height of the American
Depression in 1929?
6. Which famous personality recently resigned from the board of the controversial dotcom Tehelka.com
7. The book ‘Only the Paranoid Survive’ focuses on which famous techno company?
8. What was the significance about the purchase of a kilo of lychees on the French island of Reunion,
located in the Indian Ocean?
9. When he founded his company in 1939 along with his partner Dain in San Francisco’s Bay Area, he
effectively created the trend, which led to the creation of Silicon Valley decades later. He was the
CEO of his company till 1978 and died of natural causes in 2001. Who are we talking about here?
10. Which company has been associated with sponsoring different events from the Olympics to the Nobel
Prize? Its chairman, Kun Hee Lee was also a member of the International Olympic Committee?
11. With which international restaurant chain would you associate Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone,
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis?
12. Kia Motors was a large automobile manufacturer in Korea until taken over in the 1990s. Which
company owns it now?
13. Which business group owns the brand Kirin, the largest selling beer in Japan?
14. Which country is home to Rolls Royce?
15. The name was adopted by the group of seven major industrial nations established in 1985 to discuss
the world economy, comprising the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, and
Japan is G7. Name the missing country?
16. Big Blue is IBM, but who is Big Yellow?
17. This shoe tycoon’s visiting cards carry the title ‘Senior Shoe Salesman’. Name the person referred to.
18. Which brand did Farook Engineer the cricketer model for?
19. Who was voted CEO of the millennium?
20. Rajiv Menon being the director and rediff vision the producer for which product video
21. What is the meaning of the word MOTOROLA?
22. What is the logo of Indian railways?
23. In which British tax haven are 11 of Dhirubhai Ambani’s companies registered?
24. In 2001 John Koegh of Australia filed a patent for “Circular transportation facilitation device”. What
25. What was launched in 1929 by the London Rubber company and derived its name from the qualities
of “durability, reliability and excellence”
26. Which company used the following slogan to promote their brands ‘Axor’, ‘Pharo’ and ‘Rendezvous’:
“With ‘aqua’ in our middle name, it’s hardly surprising we draw our inspiration from water”? 2
27. Avinash Bajaj & Suvir Sujan, 2 Harvard Busines School classmates started this hugely popular
website. Which website is this?
28. Popcorn industries suffered heavy loss in early 1950’s.What was the reason? .
29. What are missionware?
30. The CEO of Wilshire Associates is a very famous man, but not as the usual businessman. Who is he?
31. State Bank of India was previously known as what?
32. Which company had insured the World Trade Center (WTC)?
33. “Let Truth Prevail” is the punch line of which newspaper and it is published by whom?
34. Which company has the patent for the CDMA technology?
35. Which Japanese electronics company started by manufacturing calculators but came off the market
due to diminishing returns. It now regrets it as one of their biggest mistakes which kept them out of
the computer business. Which company are we talking about?
36. These companies are collectively known as the Chaebols in South Korea. Name them
37. Expand NASDAQ
38. Which car indigenously made in India was originally adopted from the “Vauxhall Victor” (Vauxhall is
the British form of Opel), a British model?
39. What is common to Kapil Dev, Lisa Ray and Leander Paes in the context of brand endorsement?
40. What is common to the brands Rolex and Hallmark?
41. Which company was previously known as the Galvin Manufacturing Company?
42. Which biz leader’s name means “enlightened prosperous rice fields”
43. Which company now owns the following car brands: Jaguar, Volvo, Aston Martin, Mazda, Land
44. What nickname was given to the day when over £100 billion was wiped off the value of shares in the
city of London?
45. What product was originally named KdF Wagon (or Strength Through Joy Car) but was later on
changed by Hitler?
46. This brand appeared in the original black and white version of the Tintin adventure ‘The Black
Island”. It was later replaced by “Loch Lomond” in the colour version. Name the brand?
47. The sports company Spalding promoted what major change in Lawn tennis to facilitate T. V.
48. Percy Holmes and Herbert Sutcliffe had a huge partnership for Yorkshire vs Essex (cricket match)in
1932. According to legend, what did this give rise to?
49. In 1978, Shudhabardhak bati was transformed into what?
50. In 1958, what did Dan Carney and Frank Carey of Wichita, Kansas do to pay for their college fees?
51. Early in his career, Kishore Kumar modeled for a particular ad – the only product he ever modeled for.
Name the product.
52. Who owns the registered trademark Lycos?
53. Which company’s motto is – “Where the people meet the people”?
54. In which field of human enterprise was the ‘marble’ shaped invention of Hiram Codd, along with
dozens of other contraptions, replaced by the ‘crown’ shaped invention of William Painter?
55. Name the brand launched by the movie “Gone with The wind”
56. Who were the first company to sponsor Man United’s shirts?
57. Which Swedish car manufacturer once admitted price fixing in Britain?
58. In marketing terminology, who are known as the “Backseat Consumers”?
59. Which structure has a river at one end and a graveyard at the other? 3
60. The Japanese Prime Minister Tanaka and Prince Barrow of Netherlands were involved in which
bribery scandal in 1974?
61. An organization with more than one million members in over 150 countries, it has no rules or entry
requirements. Members, many of whom use only first names, cannot contribute more than $1000 to
the organization. Which is this organization?
62. What was started in 1922 in a shop below an illegal bar in Greenwich Village, New York, with a
capital of 5000 US Dollars?
63. Which product was advertised as “99.44% pure, it floats
64. What is the daily profit and loss statement system that Marwari companies in India follow called?
65. “Let the dance begin” was the ad-line for the launch of which product?
66. In the world of Sports, what is boot money?
67. Which fast food chain is named after a character from the comic strip featuring Popeye?
68. Who is supposed to have said the following and to whom “Do you want to spend the rest of your life
selling sugared water or do you want a chance to change the world”?
69. Kiran Seth is the founder of which organization?
70. What war or clash in the twentieth century came to be known as the “cartographic war”?
71. Why are the “Shatabdi” series of trains so called?
72. Who coined the term “Hinduism” to refer to the motley assortment of sects spread across India, with
somewhat similar beliefs and practices?
73. What did Melville de Mellow do for over seven hours without a break that made him a national
74. Why was 26 January selected as the Republic Day of India?
75. What did a Muslim pilgrim called Babu Budan introduce into India in 1695?
76. Which is the only teetotal state in the Union of India?
77. What is the name of the 1st civilian transport aircraft developed by HAL?
78. What national institution is located at Feroze Jeejeebhoy Towers?
79. Who took over Alexander the great in Egypt?
80. Discovered in the early 1980’s by Brian Skiff and Edward Boswell, how are the asteroids 4147, 4148,
4149 and 4150 collectively known as ?
81. Where did the Great fire of London break out in 1666?
82. Who was the tyrant leader of the Khymer Rouge whose reign of terror killed some 3 million people in
Cambodia in the 1970’s?
83. Where did the burglary that led to the resignation of an American President take place?
84. What political position did Ronald Reagan hold before becoming President of the United States?
85. The composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in
86. If Cynthia Cooper, Coleen Rowley and Sherron Watkins were the most recent, who was the first?
87. Which British duo were the first people to fly across the Atlantic Ocean non-stop?
88. Aboard which US warship did the Japanese sign their surrender in World War II?
89. Who was the only US president to be a University professor?
90. What was called ‘Operation Polo’ by the Indian army?
91. An English clergyman who emigrated from Cambridge to New England left half his fortune and his
library of 300 books to the college of New Towne. This was renamed in his honour. Name the
92. Subedar Khudad Khan was the first Indian recipient of which award?
93. What was kept on the top of the Eiffel Tower during WW I to detect approaching bomber aircraft? 4
94. In the Great Exhibition of 1851 at Hyde Park in London, engineer, George Jennings started a facility
that was a new concept at that time. It became very popular and is found everywhere today. What?
95. Who was the only U.S. president to receive a patent for an invention (although it was never used), and
what was the invention?
96. The first attempt to measure this was by Galileo, using people on two distant hills. Ole Roemer tried
to do this by studying the movement of Jupiter’s satellites. Hypolite Fizeau and Focault both designed
apparatus to measure it. What?
97. When it was originally designed/prepared by its inventor he called it a Convenience Food – and ate it
when he was too busy gambling to leave the table for a meal. What is it called now, after its inventor?
98. The 13th century brothels of Paris were the first to have what, following a royal order that they should
use something to demarcate themselves from normal houses?
99. Alexander Graham Bell brought a remarkable invention to the bedside of dying president James A.
Garfield. What was it and why did it fail?
100. What invention of the confectioner George Smith was named after a famous race horse of the early
101. A British official, Henry Martin, observed an invention he believed to of great use to aircraft
navigators as it worked equally well at low altitudes and high altitudes. This was such a success that
he formed a company The Miles-Martin Company along with the inventor for selling the invention.
What was the invention?
102. What did Immanuel Nobel, Alfred Nobel’s father invent?
103. A polymer was invented by Dr. Roy Plunkett and first used as an electric insulator. An earnest French
angler tried it on his fishing line to prevent it from tangling. His wife’s suggestion led to its best
known use today. What?
104. Mary Phelps Jacob wanted to have the freedom to dance comfortably. What did she make to allow her
to dance comfortably?
105. ” This day relenting God; Hath placed within my hand; A wondrous thing and God be praised At his
command seeking his secret deeds with tears and toiling breath ; I find thy cunning seeds O million
murdering death; I know this little thing , A myriad men will save ; O death where is thy sting , Thy
victory O grave ” . Identify the poet.
106. What did a certain James Marshall, a carpenter by profession, do on the 24th June 1848 that triggered
a famous event in the history of America? What was this famous event (that gave birth to a city)?
107. KPCB and Morgan Stanley assisted this start-up to go public in 1995. The start-up launched a
Revolutionary product. Our lives haven’t been the same since. Identify the company or the product.
108. What was created in Feb ’02 by the merger ofAceralia of Spain, Unisor of France and Arbed of
109. What’s slackware in IT parlance?
110. Connect: Abraham Lincoln and Cognizant Technology Solutions.
111. What owes its origins to the blue agave found in a town in the western Mexican state of Jalisco?
112. Whose epitaph reads: “A tomb now suffices for whom the world was not enough”?
113. Franklin Roosevelt called it the ‘sacred cow’; Harry Truman called it ‘Independence’ and Eisenhower
called it ‘The Columbine’ How do it know it as?
114. Whose was the shortest performance to win an acting Oscar?
115. What’s Ylem (in physics or rather astrophysics)?
116. Shortly after the erection of the Berlin Wall, President Kennedy visited Berlin (West Berlin) and
made a historic speech. What are the most famous words in that speech?
117. In IT parlance what’s a Heisenbug?
118. This band received a nomination in the heavy metal category for the Grammy Awards. They
performed one of their hit numbers live at the show, but the award went to Jethro Tull. The band 5
didn’t seem to care, though; they added a sticker to their album reading “Grammy Award LOOSERS”.
119. _________was not only a great speech maker, his wit was also legendary. In the House of Commons
a lady MP, angry with ______, said ‘If I were married to you, I’d put poison in your coffee ‘. _____
replied ‘If you were my wife, I’d drink it’. Another female MP, when seeing _________ intoxicated,
said ‘______ you’re drunk’ to which ______replied ‘Bessie you’re ugly. And tomorrow I shall be
sober’. Who is being referred to?
120. Dr.Manmohan Singh was a Finance Minister before he became Prime Minister of India. Who was the
first Finance Minister who later became President of India?
121. In the comic series, Dennis the Menace, what is Dennis’s last name?
122. This famous temple derives its name from the palm tree which is abundant in the region in which it is
built. This was built by King Chandravarman, founder of the Chandela Dynasty, when his mother
appeared in his dreams and asked him to build such a temple. Originally 85 temples were built, but of
these, only 22 survive. Which famous religious landmark in India are we talking about?
123. This is an old invention, and yet, it came into proper shape and form only in the 1920s. The Aar
Valley in Switzerland is the area where this world famous invention is industrialized, thus putting it
on the world map for this invention. An Englishman, John Harwood obtained a patent for this product.
What is it?
124. What were the series of holy wars between the 11th and 13th centuries to recover the Holy Sepulchure
in Jerusalem called?
125. I was buried in High Gate Cemetry in North London on 17 March 1883. My gravestone carries the
engraving, “Workers of all lands unite”. Who am I?
126. Which small metropolitan borough on the Thames River in London housed the Royal Observatory till
127. Which popular comic character’s classmate is Susie Derkins?
128. Sheepsfoot, clip point, spey, americanised tanto, ulu are some of its types. What is it?
129. This computer term was created when its author, Mike Muuss, named it after the pulses of sound
made by sonar. Which term? Clue: think the internet.
130. The coiner of this computer term named this concept after his trip to Hawaii. He had named it after
the “quick” shuttle buses at Honolulu Airport, purely for sentimental reasons. This was the first
Hawaiian term he learned on his first visit to the islands! Now this term means “speed” and is used in
the world of internet, where one can edit a web-page.
131. World Nations: A Cambridge student Choudhary Rahmat Ali coined the name of this country. He
devised the word as an acronym of the different states or regions around the country and published it
on 28 January 1933 in the pamphlet “Now or never”. However, there is another story as well as
pertains to the name of this country: the Persian meaning of the name translates to “the land of the
pure”. Which country’s name is this? Clue: ends with -stan;
132. A device used commonly in all offices was the central “character” in the movie, “office Space”, in
which it was the prized possession of office worker Milton Waddams. The movie is all about his
feelings, when his boss Bill Lumbergh confiscated his prize possession. Swingline was the name of
the company, which featured on this product, and it hadn’t actually begun manufacturing the RED
colored product as shown in the movie. But popularity grew so much for this red color, that the
company was forced to offer it in the year 2004. WHICH PRODUCT IS THIS?
133. The five-member group consisting of Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, A.J. McLean and
Kevin Richardson forms which popular Music band?
134. Which fictional series of French comic books did Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge translate into
English (from French)?
135. Which literary piece begins thus (more in a philosophical way), ‘To be born again,’ sang Gibreel
Farishta tumbling from the heavens, ‘first you have to die. Ho ji! Ho ji! To land upon the bosomy
earth, first one needs to fly. Tat-taa! Taka-thun! How to ever smile again, if first you won’t cry? How 6
to win the darling’s love, mister, without a sigh? Baba, if you want to get born again…’? Clue: think
136. Which literary classic revolves around the tragic love story of two central characters, Heathcliff and
137. Where are ice-hockey players (puckers!) sent for committing fouls?
138. What does the abbreviation YMMV stand for?
139. Why is Cape Three Points, in the Gulf of Guinea, Ghana known as the ‘land nearest nowhere’?
140. Rumble In The …. You’ve all heard it. Who or what is a borborygmus?.
141. To kill which demon did Vishnu take the avatar of Varaha?
142. What does a quine do (think computers)?
143. What’s Japanese for “single number”?
144. Forever with chuckers, cricket was never a gentleman’s game. Who invented over-arm bowling?
145. What was the first website to feature a banner ad?
146. What famous techno company was founded by Husband-Wife duo of Leonard Bosack and Sandra
Lerner in 1984?
147. What did claude shannon design in 1904?
148. This 1902 invention was nicknamed ‘Noisy Serpent’. Name the invention?
149. Who are the (now not that famous) founders of NavinMail?
150. Who sang the song start me up for launch of Windows 95.
151. Who developed the ‘@’ sign?
152. Dr. Feng Hsuing Hsu was in the news in 1997. For what?
153. Who was the co-founder of apple computers?
154. What is the colour of the black box found in airplanes?
155. When engineer David Bradley said “I may have invented it, but Bill Gates made it famous” what was
he referring to?
156. They were called the “Traitorous Eight” and the “Fair Children”. What did they start? What is
common to Daytona, Chicago, Cairo and Memphis?
157. Who are known as Inky, Pinky, Blinky and Clyde?
158. The name ‘ dinosaur’ comes from two Greek words. What do they mean?
159. Which was the largest carnivore ever known on earth?
160. The Chinese call fossilized dinosaur teeth ‘dragon’s teeth’. What are they used for?
161. What was Krakatoa?
162. Americans call it a faucet. What do the British call it?
163. What is measured on the Beaufort scale?
164. If an American footballer talked about his ‘zippers’ what would he mean?
165. What is the pirate’s flag with the skull and cross-bones called?
166. What is the full form of EXIDE?
167. Which is the first stamp to be issued in the world and when was it issued?
168. What do climbers call a peak higher the 914 m (3,000 ft)?
169. Which bird is the international symbol of happiness?
170. Why do American footballers paint black marks across their cheeks?
171. First human to space walk was 7
172. The original poem was: “The wind is mild, the sun is warm – The water is clean, the vegetation lush ”
which was shortened to the single word wind-water, and has now entered the English language. What
173. In Delhi college slang what are “g-jabs” and “c-bats”?
174. The value of a diamond is decided on 4 C’s. Two of them are carat and clarity. What are the other 2?
175. What is common to Abar Khabo, Dilkhosh, Rose-Cream, Basant Bahar and Baadshah?
176. Who are nicknamed the “Sandwich Generation”?
177. Which country changed its name because it was tired of being placed permanently between Italy and
Jamaica in international gatherings?
178. Which countries name in the native language means “Big Village”?
179. Which organization was previously called the Office of Strategic Studies and it still exists?
180. The Pakistani army in addition to its other responsibilities manufactures and markets cornflakes.
Under what brand name?
181. In the army, the rank badges worn on the shoulders are stars. In the navy they are called epaulettes.
What are the cloth rank badges worn by the Air Force officers called?
182. What invention of the confectioner George Smith was named after a famous race horse of the early
183. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower cited four weapons that helped most to win the Second World War. One
was the C47 Skytrain / Dakota Transport. What were the other three?
184. About what logo did its designer Peter Scott, remark: ‘We wanted an animal that is beautiful and one
loved by many people in this world for its appealing qualities. We also wanted an animal that had
impact with black and white printing to save money on printing costs?
185. Death of 8 month old Matthew Eapen caused a sensation. But the manner in which the verdict was
delivered is a first. Why?
186. What was Operation Grand Slam?
187. What is the name of Colombia’s airline?
188. What is the name of Russia’s airline?
189. One who collects autographs is called?
190. One who collects flags is called??
191. One who collects compact discs is called?
192. Which US president shares his name with a famous comic character?
193. In Chinese cooking, what is the significance of wolf’s hearts and dog’s lungs?
194. In humans, the sex of a child is determined by a combination of chromosomes. How is the sex of a
baby crocodile determined?
195. Where would you find a “dry bible”?
196. If a resident of Hyderabad is called Hyderabadi and a guy from Bangalore, a Bangalorean, what is a
resident of Sydney called??
197. If the President of the USA stays in the White House, which country’s President stays in the Blue
198. What do you get if you count the number of times a cricket chirps in one minute, subtract it by 40,
then divide it by 4 and finally add 50?
199. How long did the Hundred Years War last?
200. Which country makes Panama hats?
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4 Lipton foods
5 Walter chrysler- empire state building
6 Amitabh bachchan
8 It was the first official purchase using the new currency, the Euro!
9 William Hewitt
11 Planet holly wood
16 Eastman Kodak Co.
17 Thomas J. Bata, Chairman-Bata Shoe Foundation.
19 Jack Welch (GE)
20 A.R. Rahman’s airtel video
21 Motion of sound
22 Bholu the elephant
23 Isle of Man
24 Wheel, to show how flawed the patent system was
25 Durex condoms.
28 The invention of television.Movie attended dropped drastically
29 Products(T-shirt,Pen etc) with company logo given free of cost by a company to their employees for
30 Dennis Tito
31 Imperial Bank Of India
32 General Electric
33 The Times Of India published by Bennet & Coleman
37 National Association of Security Dealer’s Automated Quotation
39 All have endorsed RADO watches
40 Their logos are exactly the same
42 Akio Morita
43 Ford Motors
44 Black Monday
45 Volkswagen beetle. Hitler suggested this name to Porsche
46 Johnny Walker
47 Changed balls from white to yellow
48 555, the name for the brand of cigarettes, since they had a 555 run partnership
49 Hajmola pills, the first time that a classical ayurvedic medicine was branded
50 They started selling Pizzas and thus founded Pizza Hut
51 Brylcreem 10
52 Carnegie Mellon University
53 Madame Tussaud’s
54 The bottling of carbonated soft drinks.(In India we still have soda drinks with marble shaped object
in the neck of bottle. that was the original kind invented by Hiram codd)
55 Chesterfield cigarettes
59 Wall Street
61 Alcoholics Anonymous
62 Readers Digest
63 Ivory soap
66 Money paid to players for wearing specific pieces of kit, notably their boots.
68 Steve Jobs to John Sculley
70 The series of clashes between India and China during the late fifties and early sixties, arising from a
difference in agreeing on the legitimate boundary between the two countries
71 They were so named as a tribute to Pundit Nehru’s centenary year, during which the first series of
Shatabdi trains were launched
72 Raja Ram Mohan Roy
73 He gave the running commentary over the radio on Mahatma Gandhi’s funeral
74 It was to honour the day on which the Congress Party gad adopted the Purna Swaraj resolution at
the Lahore session in 1929
78 The BSE
80 The Beatles
81 A baker’s shop in Pudding Lane
82 Pol Pot
83 Watergate Building, Washington DC
84 Governor of California
86 Charles Lindbergh (1927), Time Person of the Year
87 Alcock and Brown
88 USS Missouri
89 Woodrow Wilson….President of College of New Jersey (now Princeton University)
90 The police action against the Nizam of Hyderabad, to unite the old Hyderabad state with the
Republic of India
91 John Harvard (Harvard University)
92 Victoria Cross
93 Parrots as they were considered good listeners
94 Public Lavatories
95 Abraham Lincoln, for a device preventing ships from getting stuck
96 The speed of light
97 The sandwich – invented by the Earl of Sandwich
98 Hang red lamps outside their doors – and hence, red light areas for brothels
99 Bell had a metal detector and used it in a failed attempt to locate the bullet in the assassinated
president’s body. It failed because the bed the president was lying on, unbeknownst to Bell,
contained metal intersprings
100 Lollypop 11
101 The ball point pen
103 Non-stick cookware
104 The bra
105 Sir Ronald Ross. He wrote this poem after discovering the Malarial parasite.
106 The California gold rush
107 Netscape (The product is Netscape Navigator)
109 CTS was an offshoot of the Dun & Bradstreet Corp. Abraham Lincoln worked for the firm as a
112 Alexander the Great
113 Air Force one
114 Judi Dench (Best Supporting actress for Shakespeare in love)
115 The hypothetical substance which gave birth to the universe through the Big Bang
116 Ich bin ein Berliner (I’m a citizen of Berlin)
117 A bug that changes its characteristics when studied
119 Winston Churchill
123 Wrist Watches
125 Karl Marx
126 Greenwich Of Greenwich Meridian Time
127 Calvin Of Calvin And Hobbes
128 Types Of Knife Blades
130 Wiki, After Wiki-Wiki Shuttle Buses.
133 Backstreet Boys
134 Asterix Comics
135 Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses
136 Wuthering Heights
138 Your Mileage May Vary
139 Because it is the land nearest a location in the sea which is at 0 latitude, 0 longitude AND 0 altitude
140 Stomach fills the blank. The sound made by gas and fluid moving through the intestines
142 A quine is a program that prints itself.
144 Christina Willes
146 Cisco systems
147 First chess playing game
148 Va cuum Cleaner
149 Sabeer Bhatia & Vishwas Godbole
150 Rolling stones
151 Raymond Tomlinson
152 He was Project Manager of the team which created the IBM Deep Blue chess computer
153 Steve Wozniak
155 He was referring to the Ctrl-Alt-Delete key sequence. He spent about five minutes writing the code 12
to implement the now-famous three-fingered-salute’. He retired from IBM after a 28 year career
with the company
156 Intel Code names for WinNT3.5, Windows 95 , WinNT 4.0 and Windows Code names for
WinNT3.5, Windows 95, WinNT 4.0 and Windows 98 development projects
157 The ‘Ghosts’ in the game Pacman
158 Terrible Lizard
161 A Volcanic Island
162 A Tap
163 Wind Velocity
165 Jolly Roger
166 Excellent Oxide
167 Blackpenny in 1840
168 A munro
170 It helps to protect against the suns glare
171 Alexei Leonov
172 Feng Shui
173 Gulabjamuns and Chana Baturas
174 Cost and cut
175 Flavors of rasogolla
176 The middle-aged people rearing their children and also taking care of their older generation
177 Ivory Coast
179 CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
183 The jeep, the bazooka and the atom bomb
184 Chi-Chi – the Panda -mascot of WWF
185 It was first verdict delivered on the internet
186 Pakistan’s attempt to capture Kashmir in 1965
192 James a Garfield (1881)
193 Only items never used in Chinese cuisine
194 By the temperature at which the eggs are hatched. Anything above 30 degrees Celsius produces a
195 It is one of the chambers of the heart in ruminants (cud-chewing animals)
198 The temperature of that place in Fahrenheit.
199 116 years
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