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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

quiz: Kaun Banega Crorepati

James Cameron uses Earth Day release of 'Avatar' DVD to promote environmental crusade

Shakira & Nadal
BBC quiz: 3rd anniversary special
Tutankhamun was the product of an incestuous relationship, which may have caused him to suffer from several disorders including Kohler disease, new research claims. What does the rare disorder, Kohler, affect?

Twelve French wine producers and traders have been found guilty of fraud in France, after passing off millions of bottles of an inferior grape as a more expensive variety in order to get a better price. What grape variety did they claim to be selling?
Pinot Noir

President Obama has given his backing to the construction of the first civilian nuclear reactors in the US in three decades. In a speech, he referred to 56 nuclear reactors being built around the world. Which of the following country is building the most?

A woman in Saudi Arabia hit the headlines after starting up a Facebook protest against men selling what to women in the Kingdom?

The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has met President Obama in Washington, despite strong protests from China. Which of the following did he not meet while they were in office?
Jimmy Carter

Authorities in Berlin have ammended the city's strict laws on noise pollution. Who has won the right to be noisy - along with church bells, emergency service sirens and snow ploughs?

We reported last Friday that Walter Frederick Morrison - the man who invented the Frisbee - had died. When it was developed into an aerodynamic plastic toy in the 1950s, what was the Frisbee initially known as?
The Pluto Platter

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