Questions: (Answers at the end of the post)
1. Fill the erased words:
2. Parade in New York City, Name the manufacturer of the Tanks during WW-I ?
3. Douglas Leigh Inc. installed first eye-catching Billboard with steam emanating at Times Square. Name the Brand associated with Tata.
4. For what purpose this statue was installed in India?
5. Which famous scientist created this logo for his product ?
6. Identify the car released in Abu Dhabi.
7. Identify the Diamond.
8. Name the organisation.
9. Whose Biography released in China as Comics?
10. What purpose these nibs were purchased in India?
11. Image of a #Travel Diary.
12. Author of this book?
14. Name the project.
15. What originated from this which is used in the media world?
16. Connect the profession from these brands/companies.
18. “The Redemption of Vanity” presents a 16.78 carat naturaI yellow diamond (Fancy Vivid Yellow SI1, Radiant shape, value $ 2.000.000,-) kept at New York Stock Exchange disappeared. What we’re talking about?
19. Siegel+Gale revealed a ranking of the following brands. Name the basis of ranking.
24. In the early 1970s, the government of Singapore, led by prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, had a great idea. In order to attract investment into the little island nation, it thought of starting something that would act as a kind of flying advertisement for Singapore and its world-class capabilities. It would do this by demonstrating to decision-makers around the world a level of excellence that that they had never experienced from at the time.
It was a brilliant idea, but this new Singapore Airlines would obviously need to collaborate with someone which it would acquire the necessary know-how and service standards. The authorities made a shortlist of the world’s best , and finally zeroed in on one of them. They invited whom to zeroed in the project?
25. In India , Chienese used this during 1914. late 1990s pioneered the development of electric version in India by Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute. What we’re talking about?
26. Who served for 12 years as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and also served as Chancellor of the Exchequer four times. His statues were vandalised by Matchgirls by painting his hands red in colour. Also he introduced a box was made around 1860 and is lined in satin and covered with red colour leather. Name the Prime Minister or the name of the red box.
27. This concept existed as early as the 15th century, but was most prominent in the 17th and 18th centuries. It was used in the English and American textile industries, in shoemaking, lock-making trades until the mid-19th century. Later it was known as putting-out system. Name the Concept.
28. When the editor of The Bombay Chronicle Benjamin Horniman was sent away by British to an unknown place , journalists Umar Sobani and Shankarlal Banker approached to this unusual gentleman to take care of the publishing house. Eventually he started a new publishing house. Name the publishing house.
29. In the early days these used to be bought from Harrison Road near Howrah, costing about Rs. 2.50 each. In 1958 , bulk quantities procured from the Gandhiji Prem Niwas at Titagarh. What patented items we’re talking about?
30. The term originated in 2011 from a project in the high-tech strategy of the German government, which promotes the computerization of manufacturing. The term was publicly introduced in the same year at the Hannover Fair. Name the term.
1. Jet Airways
3. 8 O’Clock Coffee
4. Lady of Progress at CSTM Mumbai marking the first Train Service from CSTM station.
5. John Logie Baird (inventor of TV) for Baird Television.
6. Rolls-Royce Ghost Mysore Collection
7. Jubilee Diamond owned by Dorab Tata. This Diamond once saved the Tata Steel.
8. National Book Trust
9. Karl Marx
10. For Hand Written “Constitution of India” by Prem Behari Narain Raizada.
11. JRD Tata Instagram account during his Birth Anneversery.
12. Shakuntala Devi (Mathemtician)
13. Restaurant on top floors of the original World Trade Center
14. Operation Matterhorn for evacuating Thomas Cook travellers all over the world.
[Operation Matterhorn was a military operation of the United States Army Air Forces in World War II for the strategic bombing of Japanese forces by B-29 Super fortresses based in India and China. Targets included Japan itself, and Japanese bases in China and South East Asia.
The name comes from the Matterhorn, a mountain traditionally considered particularly difficult to climb.
After the collapse of Monarch Airlines in October 2017 , CAA (Civil Aviation Authority of UK ) arrange fly 110,000 passengers back to the UK.]
15. Origin of the term “Hoardings”.
17. Bhaskar Bhat
18. Diamond covered with carbon nanotubes, the most light absorptive material (the blackest black on earth), which makes the diamond appear to disappear.
19. World Simplest Brands
20. Boris Jojnson, PM of UK
[ He worked for the consultant firm L.E.K. Consulting firm .
Mr. Bean performing during London Olympics 2012, that time he was the mayor of London.
He worked as a journalist for The Times.
He also started bycycle (Santender) for public transport in London, which later came to know as Barclay’s cycles.]
21. NCPA (National Centre for the Performing Arts established by Tata)
[ NCPA was designed by the postmodernist American architect Philip Johnson
In the early ’60s, the Maharashtra government wanted to set up a culture centre near the Ajanta caves, and it was the proposed site for NCPA.
NCPA counts among its mentors, leading lights in the arts, like Yehudi Menuhin (image given) Satyajit Ray (Background song was famous Rabindrasangeet by Kishore Kumar , directed by Satyajit Ray : Ami Chinigo chini tomare ogo bideshini meaning “ I know you, know you, O’ my lady from foreign land, you dwell in an overseas island, O’ my lady from foreign land”
Godrej Dance Theatre is a small theatre was inaugurated in 1987, with a capacity of 200. Its small size allows everyone in the audience to have an intimate experience and appreciate dance up close.]
22. Product (or Services) from Brands (or Companies) .
used during Apollo Moon mission in 1969.
23. Brands owners are different in different parts of the world.
[Scrabble : is sold outside the U.S. by Hasbro’s rival, Mattel Inc.
Kit Kat : Nestle is the owner all over the world except in US where the owner is Hershey’s
Surf : (known as Drive in Australia and New Zealand; and Sunil in the Netherlands) is a brand of laundry detergent manufactured and marketed around the world by Unilever, except in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico, where it is owned by Sun Products (now Henkel Corporation) since 2008.]
24. J R D Tata for establishing the Singapore Airlines
26. William Gladstone & his red colour Budget Box
27. Working from Home
28. Mahatma Gandhi started the publishing house Navajivan Trust
29. Patented Blue Bordered Sari for Mother Teresa and Missionary of Charity
30. Industry 4.0
The questions from the National Final 2019 of the Tata Crucible business quiz were shared by Shri Debasish Mandal, BHEL, Bangalore.
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