Questions From KBC 7 – Episode 2- September 7
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Que: With Which of these states do Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Andhra Pradesh all share their borders ?
A. Madhya Pradesh
D. Uttar Pradesh
Ans : Odisha
Que: The first world championship in what sport is planned to be held in 2017, though the game has been played since 1877?
A. Test Cricket
B. Rugby Union
Ans : A. Test Cricket
Que: Which is the largest living species of tortoise in the world, which may weigh about 400 kg?
A. Sulcata Tortoise
B. Grenada Tortoise
C. Golden Greek Tortoise
D. Galapagos Tortoise
Ans : D. Galapagos Tortoise
Que: According to legend, which of these Rishis regained his youth by a celestial favor ?
Ans : C. Chyavana
1. Place these musical notes in ascending order from the lowest to the highest
A: Ga B: Re C: Sa D: Ma
2: Arrange these living creatures in increasing order of the number of their legs
A: Centipede B: Spider C: Caterpillar D: Dog
3: Starting from the westernmost, arrange these Asian countries from West to East
A: Pakistan B: Saudi Arabia C: Nepal D: Phillippines
Que: On a restaurant menu, which of these items is often listed as ‘Jeera’, ‘Curd’, ‘Boiled’ or ‘Fried’?
Ans : C. Rice
Que: Which of these is a term for a place where people gather for shayari and ghazals ?
Ans : B. Mushaira
Que: Which of these is not a recommended mineral in the human diet ?
Ans : A. Strontium
Que: Who or what is the ‘baby’ in this recent newspaper headline: “At 66, Mother India gets ready for her 29th baby” ?
A. The Royal baby
C. INS Vikrant
D. Nargis’ last unreleased film
Ans : B. Telangana
Que: Who was the president of India at the turn of the century, as the 20th century became the 21st century ?
A. K R Narayan
B. A P J Abdul Kalam
C. R Venkataraman
D. Shankar Dayal Sharma
Ans :A. K R Narayan
Que: The 2013 film ‘Lootera’ is partly based on which short story by O’Henry ?
A. The Ransom of Red Chief
B. The Gift of the Magi
C. The Last leaf
D. The Third Ingredient
Ans : C. The Last leaf
Que: Damascus is the capital of which country?
Ans: C: Syria
Que: In the Mughal era, which of these harbours was also known as ‘Babul Mecca’ and ‘Meccaidwar’?
Ans : B. Surat
Que: After whom is the annual award, given by the Govt of India to an outstanding handloom weaver, named ?
A. Acharya Vinoba Bhave
B. Sant Kabir
C. Mahatma Gandhi
D. Gul Ahmed
Ans : B. Sant Kabir
1: Arrange these words in the correct order to form a Hindi proverb
A: Aankhon B: Jhokna C: Mein D: Dhool
2: Arrange these holidays in India in the order in which they are observed in a calendar year
A: Christmas B: Independence Day C: Gandhi Jayanti D: May Day
3: Starting with the most recent, arrange these Nobel prize winners in the order of the year in which they won it
A: Mother teresa B: C V Raman C: Rabidranath Tagore D: Amartya Sen
Que: According to the title of a 2013 film, what happened at Wadala ?
Ans : C. Shootout
Que: Which of these is the verb in the sentence “chandu ke chacha ne chandu ki chachi ko chandni chowk mein chatni chatayi”?
Ans: D: Chatayi
Que: Eating which of these dishes would qualify one as a non-vegetarian?
A. Malai Kofta
B. Navratan Korma
C. Gatte ki Sabzi
D. Tandoori Raan
Ans : D. Tandoori Raan