Quriosity Buzz: National Online QUIZ Competition
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Quriosity Buzz National Online QUIZ Competition- Pilot Round ☟
This is a timed quiz. You will be given 1500 seconds to answer all questions. Are you ready?
Which is the biggest star in the Milky Way Galaxy?
The largest and the brightest known star in terms of mass and brightness is named the Pistol Star. It is said to be 100 times as huge as our Sun and 10,000,000 times as bright! In 1990, a star named the Pistol Star was known to lie at the Pistol Nebula's center in the Milky Way Galaxy.
Which President of India died of injuries after a car accident?
He was the seventh prime minister President of India who served from 1982 to 1987 his presidency time was marked by key operations like operation Blue Star assassination of then prime minister Indira Gandhi and 1984 anti-Sikh riots. He died of his injuries in 1944 when his car got involved in an accident when a truck driving on the wrong side of the road hit the car that he was traveling in.
National aquatic animal South Asian river dolphin is found in which rivers and tributaries?
South Asian river dolphin lives in densely populated areas is existence is in danger. its habitat is endangered primarily by damming of the rivers for irrigation and electricity generation full stop this degrades the habitat and isolates the populations preventing seasonal migrations.
India lies in which continent?
India lies in the Asia continent. Asia is the largest continent and it covers one-third of the total land of the Earth.
In which word is the óo' sound the SAME as it is in 'food'?
Usually, 'oo' words make simply 2 sounds in the English language - a long vowel sound, such as 'food' or a short vowel sound such as 'cook'. A general rule that works in most situations is, if “oo” is followed by a K, it is short, and otherwise, it is long. Exceptions being foot, soot, and stood, which use the short sound.
Combination of which two colours will give you the colour green?
In the colour system, green is created by combination of yellow and Blue or yellow and Cyan. It is one of the additive primary colours along with red and blue which are mixed in different combinations to create all other colours
Which word can come before 'step' to form a new word?
Foot + step = footstep. When two words are used collectively to yield a new meaning, a compound is formed. Compound words can be written in 3 forms: as open compounds (spelled as two words, e.g., living room), closed compounds (joined to form a single word, e.g., bookstore), or hyphenated compounds (2 words linked by a hyphen, e.g., short-term). Sometimes, more than two words can form a compound (e.g., up-to-date).
110 divided by 10 is:
The answer is 11. The division is a process of distributing a collection of things into equal parts. The division is an operation that is opposite of multiplication. If 10 groups of 11 make 110 in multiplication; then 110 divided into 10 equal groups give 11 in each group in division.
Which is the longest river in the world?
While Amazon is considered the world's largest river by its volume of water it holds but, it is believed to be slightly shorter in length than the river Nile which is located in Africa. Nile stretches to approximately 4160 miles which is equivalent to 6695 kilometres.
Saina Nehwal is associated with which sports?
Saina Nehwal is a professional Indian badminton single player. She has won 24 international titles which includes eleven Superseries titles. In 2015 she was able to attain the world no.1 ranking, and becoming the only female player from India and overall the second Indian player – after Prakash Padukone – to achieve this feat. She has also represented India three times in the Olympics, winning a bronze medal in her second appearance.
In which year did World War II end?
World War II is also referred to as the Second World War. It was a global war that continued from 1939 to 1945. It included the vast majority of the world's nations—including all the great powers—creating two hostile military alliances opposed to each other: The Allies and the Axis. Aircrafts played a major role in the conflict, including in strategic bombing of population centres, nuclear weapons development, and the only two uses of such in war.
Agra is situated on the bank of which river?
Agra city is in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India, which is situated on the banks of River Yamuna. Agra was the capital city during the Mughal period. It is a north Indian river and counted among the long rivers of India. The Yamuna is the second largest tributary of the Ganges in northern India.
Which is the National Tree of India?
Banyan tree's branches root themselves like new trees over a extensive area. from the roots arise more trunks and branches. Owing to this characteristic and its longevity, this tree is deemed immortal and an integral part of India's myths and legends. Even now, the banyan tree is the focal point of village life, and the village council assembles under the shade of this tree.
What is 2 x 14?
The answer is 28. In the case of a table of 2, the number is increased by 2 times or a number is doubled when multiplied by 2. For example, 2 times 14, means 14 is doubled here; therefore, the result is 12. Therefore, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16,18,20,22, 24, 26, 28.
Which breed of dog does Queen Elizabeth II famously own?
Queen Elizabeth II is extremely fond of corgis since she was a small child. She has owned more than 30 corgis since she became Queen of the Commonwealth realms in 1952. Formerly bred to herd cattle, sheep, and horses, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an energetic, intelligent, and smart dog breed. Easy to train and keen to learn, Pembrokes are excellent with children and other pets, and you can find them in four distinct coat colors and markings.
Which President of India was also an aerospace scientist and a politician and served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007?
He was elected as the 11th President of India and was a favourite of everybody in the nation. Widely referred to as the people's president he returned to his civilian life of education. He was a recipient of several prestigious awards including the Bharat Ratna. He collapsed and died from an apparent cardiac arrest on 27 July 2015 while delivering a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong he was 83 years old.
Which country is also a continent?
Australia is a country as well as a continent that is the oldest flattest and the dry driest inhabited continent with the least fertile soil in the world. It generates its income from various sources like mining which are related to exports and imports mainly exports telecommunications manufacturing banking and international education.
State the opposite genders of the two nouns (duke, daughter) in the sentence, 'The duke and his daughter arrived at the ball.'
Duchess and son. The Noun-Gender informs us about the sex of the noun. In Nouns, there are FOUR GENDERS; Masculine gender, Feminine gender, Common gender, Neuter gender. A noun is assumed to be in the Masculine gender if it applies to a male character or member of a species eg, Man, lion. A noun is assumed to be in the feminine gender if it relates to a female member of a species like Woman, lioness, mare. A noun is assumed to be in Common gender if it relates to a segment of species, that can be a male or a female like Child, student, friend. A noun is assumed to be in the neuter gender if it relates to a segment of a species that is neither a male nor a female. Usually, nouns referring to lifeless objects are in neuter nouns. Chair, table, tree, star, etc
Who invented the telephone?
Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. The first Bell Telephone was invented in June 1875. Several other inventions marked Bell's later life, including ground-breaking work in hydrofoils, optical telecommunications, and aeronautics. Even though Bell wasn't one of the 33 founders of the National Geographic Society, he greatly influenced the magazine while serving as the 2nd president from January 7, 1898, until 1903.
Which is the National Fruit of India?
The fulfilment of eating a mango and its divine flavor have been known to Indians from a very ancient age. Fossil evidence traces back mango's presence in India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar to 25-30 million years ago. It also finds mention in Vedic scriptures like Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, the Puranas, Rasala, and Sahakara. The significance of mangoes in Buddhism was underlined by the fact that Lord Buddha preferred to rest under the shade of a mango tree and Buddhist monks carried mangoes with them wherever they went.
Which game has five interlaced rings in the logo?
The Olympic flag has a white background on which there are 5 interlaced rings placed in the center of colours, blue yellow black green, and red. This design is symbolic of the five continents of the world United by Olympism while 6 colours are those that appear on all the national flags of the world at the present time.
Which is the first colour of the rainbow?
Red is the first colour of the rainbow when witnessed from the top observed from the top red. Red signifies passion vitality and security. It is the light it that has the longest wavelength as opposed to violet which has the shortest wavelength.
How many galaxies are there in the observable universe?
The Hubble Deep Field, a remarkably long exposure of a relatively empty part of the sky, presented evidence that there are approximately 125 billion existing galaxies in the observable universe.
Which words show action in the sentence...'Ben dived down on stretched wings.'
Action verbs are typically single words that explain what a person or thing in a sentence does (like dive, write, sing, and think). So if it elucidates the question, What is the subject (noun) doing? It’s the action verb. In the sentence “Ben dived down on stretched wings,” the subject is Ben. To find the action verb, ask yourself What is Ben doing? Ben is diving, so the action verb is dived.
Bill for the formation of new states is passed under whose recommendation?
Bill for the formation of new states for the alteration of the boundaries or name of existing States has to be introduced in either House of parliament Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha only after the recommendation of the President of India
Which of the berries mentioned below is also known as Indian Gooseberry?
Amla or Indian gooseberry is a fruit tree that originates natively in parts of Asia. It has numerous culinary and herbal medicine uses, especially in its native country India. This small tree has yellow-green flowers that bloom into round, edible fruits of the corresponding color. The amla fruits are approximately the size of a golf ball with a pit and thin peel. Their taste has been recorded as sour, bittersweet, and astringent. The fruit is in use for cooking purposes in India, and most supplements on the market today are made only from its powdered, dried fruit or fruit extracts.
The third form of hockey called Horse Hockey has been traced back as the origins of the modern game of Polo. Which of the following North East state is related to the origin of Polo?
Now played across the globe Polo has its origins in India. In 1859 when Lt. Joseph Sherer a British military officer posted in colonial India saw dhoti-clad and turban-wearing local men of North East playing a game called Sagol Kangjei. He was fascinated and told he told his colleague, Captain Robert Stewart, that they must learn the game. And that is how the local sport of Manipur became a global juggernaut and pulu became Polo. However, it was Babur, the first Mughal emperor, who universalized the sport in India and eventually made a significant impact on England.
Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?
Romeo and Juliet play is written by William Shakespeare between 1594-96. It was first published in an unauthorized quarto in 1597. Then an authorized quarto appeared in 1599, substantially longer and more reliable. This play is about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. It was a very popular play of Shakespeare's life.
Which is the National Herb of India?
This herb helps boost immunity it has heart-shaped leaves and resembles betel leaves. It is beneficial for diabetic patients as it helps in maintaining blood sugar levels it is bitter in taste it also helps to increase the platelet crowns and has been. You can apply giloy leaf paste to the skin to fasten the wound and hashing the healing process as it increases collagen-producing production and skin regeneration.
In memory of which renowned President and an Indian philosopher is 5th September celebrated as the teacher's day?
He was awarded several prestigious awards during his life which included knighthood in 1931, the Bharat Ratna award in 1954, and honorary membership of the British Royal Order of Merit in 1963. He was also one of the founders of HelpAge India since 1962. His birthday has been celebrated in India as teachers day on 5th September each year.
Very dark blue is called…
Navy blue is the darkest shade of the colour blue. Navy blue uniforms are worn by officers of the Royal Navy since 1748. This colour has been subsequently adopted by all the other navy's around the world. The colour was initially called Marine blue but subsequently, it came to be known as navy blue.
How many continents are there in the world?
Continents are distinguished as large, continuous, discrete masses of land, ideally separated by expanses of water. There are seven continents in the world namely Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia/Oceania, and Antarctica.
An equilateral triangle has two of its sides equal.
False. An equilateral triangle, in geometry, is a triangle that has all three sides of the same length. All three internal angles are also congruent to each other and are 60° each. It is additionally a regular polygon, so it is likewise referred to as a regular triangle.
Which is the most recent Indian state to be formed in the year 2014?
It was granted statehood on 2nd June 2014 under the leadership of K Chandrashekhar Rao. Telangana Telugu is the official language and Urdu is the second official language of the state.
Which country does the famous football player Maradona belong to?
Diego Armando Maradona was an Argentinian professional football player are also a manager. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of football. He was one of the two joint winners of the FIFA player of the 20th-century award. Maradona died on 25th November 2020.
What does BBC stand for?
The British Broadcasting Corporation is a prominent public service broadcaster with its headquarter at Broadcasting House in Westminster, London. It is the world's oldest national broadcaster and the world's largest broadcaster. From its initiation, through WW-II to the popularisation of TV in the post-WW-II era and the internet, the BBC has performed an outstanding role British life and culture.
In which Indian state is the folk dance Giddha performed?
Giddha is a popular folk dance performed by women in the Punjab region. The dance descended from the ancient dance known as the ring dance, and it is as energetic as bhangra.
........... are ten students in my class.
There suggests the opposite of here; “at that place.” Their suggests “belongs to them.” ‘There’ is used to refer to a physical or abstract place while ‘Their’ is used to show possession and is commonly followed by a noun.
Which organ is known to be the most sensitive organ in our body?
Human skin is the most sensitive organ in the human body. it is the largest organ that covers our whole body. The receptors on our skin enable us to sense texture, pain, temperature, pressure, and pain.
Who was the President of the United States of America before Donald Trump?
Barack Hussein Obama II's presidency has generally been regarded favorably. The general public frequently placed him among American presidents' upper tier and served as the 44th president of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He brought into law several landmark bills during his first two years in office. During his term, the United States' reputation abroad and the American economy, significantly improved. Obama left office in January 2017 and resides in Washington, D.C.
Gir National Park in Gujarat is famous for?
The Gir National park is famous for the Asiatic lions. It is one of the most significant National parks of India. Apart from lions, it has various other plants and animals.
Which is the highest mountain in the world?
Mount Everest is Earth's highest mountain peak above sea level. It is located in the Mahalangur Himal which is a sub-range of the mighty Himalayas. The China–Nepal border runs through its summit point. Its snow height of 8,848.86 m, which amounts to 29,031.7 ft was most recently ascertained in 2020 by the Nepali and Chinese authorities.
As of 2020 how many states and union territories are there in India?
In the states, the governor acts as a representative of the president and is the head of the executive full stop the same system of the government followed in the states closely resembles that of the unions union territories are administered by the president threw an administrator appointed by the president.
A cataract is a disease of?
A cataract is a disease that is caused in the eyes. It is the clouding of the lens of the eye which leads to a decrease in vision. It often develops slowly and can affect one or both eyes. Symptoms may include faded colors, blurry or double vision, halos around light, trouble with bright lights, and trouble seeing at night.
Which is the fastest animal on the earth in the animal kingdom?
While cheetah is capable of reaching 29 minutes per second under ideal test conditions and sailfish can reach up to the speed of 30 minutes per second when they breach the waves, the peregrine Falcon can accelerate to the speech between 52 and 58 minutes per second after free falling from a height of 500 meters thus making it the fastest animal in the animal kingdom. So, neither any land animal nor any sea creature can hold a candle to the Peregrine Falcon who is the undisputed lord of the skies.
Which of these spices is very efficient in raising your immunity?
Turmeric is the yellow-coloured spice in India and it has been used for thousands of years as spices and a medicinal herb. It dramatically increases the antioxidant capacity of the body does making it immune to two diseases full stop it is also linked to improve brain function and lower the risk of brain diseases.
Which vegetable is synonymous with Halloween?
All over the world pumpkin is a universally used vegetable during Halloween. Hundreds of years ago in Ireland during the Halloween tradition used to involve carving of pumpkins to scare the evil spirits away. Since then, pumpkin has been a vegetable that has been synonymous with the festival of Halloween.
Penguins are only found in the southern hemisphere….
Penguins are only found in the southern hemisphere in the Antarctic region the greatest. The greatest concentration of Penguins is found on the Antarctic course and the sub-Antarctic island. There are 18 species of penguin 5 out of which live in Antarctica and the other species live on the sub-Antarctic Islands.
What is the next prime number after 5?
7 is a prime number after 5 as it has only two discrete divisors: 1 and itself (7). As a result, 7 is only a multiple of 1 and 7. A number greater than 1 is considered a prime number or a natural number. It can't be divided by any other number other than 1 and the number itself. There is an endless list of prime numbers like 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, etc and so on
A very pale shade of brown is called…
The X11 colour list of web colours record seventeen different brown shades, but the entire list of browns is much longer. Brown colors are dark or muted hues of oranges, reds, and yellows generated on computer and television screens utilizing the RGB color model and printing with the CMYK color model.
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