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The given symbol represents which famous sport event

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Commonwealth games
Asian games
Olympics games
None of the above

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The Olympics games symbol contains five different Coloured rings which represents the unity of the five inhabited continents. This is considering North and South America as a single continent. The colored rings are blue, yellow, black, green, and red over a white field forms the Olympic flag. Because every nation had at least one of them on its national flag, so these colors are choosen

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Which scientist discovered the radioactive element radium ?

Marie Curie
Albert Einstein
Isaac Newton
Neil Bohr

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Marie Curie was a famous physicist and chemist that lived from 1867 to 1934. She and her husband worked on the study of radioactivity and discovered elements radium and polonium. She won nobel prize for her discoveries.

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In which ocean is Hawaii located ?

Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
Atlantic Ocean
Southern Ocean

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It is state of USA which is made up entirely of islands. It is located on an archipelago in the central Pacific Ocean.

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Which country is called "Sugar Bowl of the World" ?

USA
Japan
India
Cuba

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Sometimes Brazil is also known as Sugar Bowl of the World along with Cuba.

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Which country produced the most number of motor vehicles in 2009 ?

USA
China
Japan
Germany

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China is on the top of table and produced around 13,790,994 vehicles in 2009. Japan was on second USA was on third while Germany was on fourth position.

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Who wrote the epic Mahabharata ?

Valmiki
Vashista
Ved Vyasa
Parshurama

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He was the son of Satyavati and sage Parashara. Vyasa was grandfather to the Kauravas and Pandavas

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According to hindu mythology who brought the River Ganga to Earth ?

Asamanjan
Kapila
Bhageeratha
Kosala

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Bhageeratha was the king of Kosala, a kingdom in ancient India. He was a descendent of the great king Sagara of the Suryavamsa

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India Gate was designed by whom ?

Sir Mark Swine
Sir Henry Bren
Sir Swiz Nair
Sir Edwin Lutyens

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Which are the largest of the primates ?

Gorilla
Orangutans
Monkeys
Baboon

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Gorilla is the largest primate. A large male gorilla stands nearly six feet (1.8 m) tall and may weigh 600 pounds (270 kg). Gorillas have heavy bodies, short legs, and long arms. These are large, quiet, gentle apes that live in Africa. Gorillas have senses very similar to ours, including hearing, sight (they seem to be slightly nearsighted and to have color vision), smell, taste, and touch. Gorillas' hands are very much like ours; they have five fingers, including an opposable thumb. Their feet have five toes, including an opposable big toe. Gorillas can grasp things with both their hands and their feet. They are very intelligent and can learn extremely complex tasks. Some gorillas have been taught sign language by people; these gorillas learned how to form simple sentences and communicate with people. These live about 50 years in captivity; their life span in the wild is only about 35 years (like most animals, they live much longer in captivity).

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Which country is known as the Land of Morning Calm ?

Korea
China
Japan
Burma

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Korea was occupied by Japan beginning in 1905 following the Russo-Japanese War. In 1910, Tokyo formally annexed the entire Peninsula. Korea regained its independence following Japan's surrender to the United States in 1945. "Korea" is the modern spelling of Corea, a name attested in English as early as 1614.

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