Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Sonepat – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Sonepat – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER : Ashoka University – Apuroop. S and Mayukh Nair
  • RUNNER UP : Ashoka University – Ms. Shivangi and Samridh

Preliminary Round Questions:

Wild card Round:

Q.1. Which spirit flavoured with juniper berries gets its name from the 18th century abbreviation of a term called ‘jenever’?

Ans. Gin

Q.2. Ferrari decided to buy real estate in a place called Yas island. What structure located here is related to them?

Ans. Yas Marina Circuit

Q.3. Turnberry Golf Resorts in Scotland has been of an extremely premium location for people to visit. It was purchased from the Pleasure Corporations in 2014 by someone as a strategic investment in Scotland. The simple fact that the owner is of great significance has increased the traffic. Who is its owner?

Ans. Donald Trump

Q.4. Bachendri Pal is extremely well known as the first lady to scale Mount Everest from India. Which organisation does she work for?

Ans. Tata Steel Adventure Foundation

Q.5. Giorgio Armani decided to open a hotel. Where is this hotel located?

Ans. Burj Khalifa

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Guwahati – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Guwahati – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: Guwahati University – Kumar Shivam and Jyotish Kalita
  • RUNNER UP: Assam Engg. College – Anirban and Bishal Nath

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. This brand was launched by Mina Bindra as a brand in 1988 and from wholesaling the brand to traditional retailers, it launched its first exclusive store at Inorbit Mall in Mumbai in the early nineties.

Ans. Biba

Q.2. The extract from these kinds of leaves, creates their brand. Extremely powerful brand especially in the rural areas of India.

Pan Parag

Ans. Pan Parag

Q.3. Taj has a brand called & Beyond, what are they promoting in India?

Ans. Safaris

Q.4. Connect.

Ans. Chrysler

Q.5. The company’s first convenience outlets were known as Tote`m stores since customers “toted” away their purchases, and some even sported genuine Alaskan totem poles in front. What did it eventually become?

Ans. 7-Eleven

Q.6. Connect.

Ans. Fiat

Q.7. This is a huge foundation in the world, followed in the memory of a great man, who changed the world of manufacturing.

Ford Foundation

Ans. Ford Foundation

Q.8. Identify.

Lady Navajbai Tata

Ans. Lady Navajbhai Tata

Q.9. The name originated from Danish “Leg got”?

Ans. Lego

Q.10. It is a river in Goa, which also leads to a cement company with the same name.

Ans. Zuari

Q.11. Pramod Saxena in partnership with South Africa based Blue Label Telecom founded this company in the year 2004. The objective was to provide payment services to the riral as well as urban population of India, through a digital wallet. Which entity?

Oxigen Wallet

Ans. Oxigen Wallet

Q.12. He is the CEO of?

Tata Motors

Ans. Tata Motors

Q.13. Question on Lotte Chocolates

Q.14. Connect.

Ans. Braun

Q.15. He founded four internet sites – three sites included travel site, a personal shipper site and a site about the Ebola virus. The fourth one was called “Auctionweb”. What did the latter finally become?

Ans. Ebay

Q.16. Wild Company is a book on this company.

Ans. Banana Republic

Q.17. Which important institution or organisation in India is this?

Ans. Geological Survey of India

Q.18. How Hidden Fractures Still Threaten the World Economy is a part title of a book by this economist.

Ans. Dr. Raghuram Rajan

Bonus Question:

Q.19. The name of the film is Inside Job. Raghuram Rajan plays a role in this film. What position is he enacting in the film?

Ans. Head of IMF

Q.20. Which tyre brand owns it?

Ans. Birla tyres

Bonus Question:

Q.21. Birla tyres was established in the 1990s and was a collaboration with a famous international tyre manufacturer. Originally it was called Birla P Tyres. What did the P denote in terms of their partnership?

Ans. Pirelli

Q.22. Who created a celebration flavour called Beatle Nut as a tribute to the Beatles?

Ans. Baskin Robbins

Bonus Question:

Q.23. Which group in India owns Baskin Robbins?

Ans. Graviss Group 

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Guwahati – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Guwahati – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: Guwahati University – Kumar Shivam and Jyotish Kalita
  • RUNNER UP: Assam Engg. College – Anirban and Bishal Nath

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. This company co-founded by Akshay Kothari was acquired by LinkedIn. Akshay later went on to head LinkedIn India. Name the company?

Ans. Pulse

Q.2. This company sold its brands: Cartia, Solpadeine, Borstol, and Zantac to Aspen so as to focus on its core business. Name the company?

Ans. GSK

Q.3. Full form of IL&FS?

Ans. Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services

Q.4. Suchi Mukherjee is the founder and CEO of which company?

Ans. LimeRoad

Q.5. Warburg Pincus, the global private equity firm has acquired 14 percent stake in which multiplex company?

Ans. PVR

Q.6. Which company launched a music channel called “ROX” to target youths?

Ans. Sony

Q.7. Identify the company.

Ans. Admob

Q.8. Which bank has “Neev” fund to help low income states?

Ans. SBI

Q.9. Which dairy product startup based in Odisha was founded by Srikumar Misra?

Ans. Milk Mantra

Q.10. Name the helicopter service company based in New Delhi which is a Mini Ratna-I category PSU?

Ans. Pawan Hans

Q.11. Which UAE-based group was started by Micky Jagtiani?

Ans. Landmark Group

Q.12. Which company is going to be merged with Luxottica to form the largest eyewear company in the world?

Ans. Essilor

Q.13. Picture of Arun Netravali was shown. He is known as the father of HDTV technology. Identify him.

Ans. Arun Netravali

Q.14. Which group acquired a majority stake in Moldex Composites, a Gujarat-based design and manufacturing company?

Ans. Hero Group

Q.15. Rakesh Kapoor is the CEO of which British multinational consumer goods company?

Ans. Reckitt Benckiser

Q.16. Which group acquired Chinese mall operator ‘Intime’ for $2.6 Billion?

Ans. Alibaba

Q.17. Which group acquired the retail business of Heritage Foods?

Ans. Future Group

Q.18. Which fast food chain closed 700 restaurants worldwide due to declining sales and increased competition?

Ans. McDonald’s

Wildcard Round:

Q.1. Question on popular automobile brand Zen.

Q.2. It’s an old French word for wallets. The word in French is bougette. It leads to which modern day financial term?

Ans. Budget

Q.3. Before moving to India, Vishal Sikka was on the board of a software Giant. He decided to quit and move to India.  Which corporation was he a part of before moving to Infosys?

Ans. SAP

Q.4. Black and hard are the indices for the measurement of the strength of a particular product commonly used by all of us. What commonly used product has these features of hardness and blackness?

Ans. Pencils

Q.5. Who is the author of books ‘The case of the Bonsai Manager’, ‘When the Penny Drops’ and ‘What the CEO wants from you’?

Ans. R Gopalakrishnan

Q.6. Which group owns the Filmfare awards?

Ans. Times Group

Questions contributed by Kumar Shivam. A final year B.Tech student of Guwahati University. He is the founder of Serapis Infotainment, a Knowledge Solutions company.

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Shillong – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Shillong – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER : NIT Silchar – Dipankar Sarma and Tushar Jain
  • RUNNER UP : IIM Shillong – Abhijeet Balakrishnan and K. S. Ashish

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. There are two theories around the origin of this. The first starts with a 1901 patent application by two women Mary Roberta C. Lawson and Mary of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They identified an issue with the way tea was brewed for thousands of years. What innovation did they come up with?

Ans. Tea bags

Q.2. Which major retailer in the US has these offers called blue light specials?

Kmart Blue Light Sale

Ans. Kmart

Q.3. Which Tata company was set up in collaboration with advance Project Technology of UK and is a supplier to the Rashtrapathi Bhavan?

Ans. Tata Ceramics

Q.4. Connect.

Ans. Star Network  (Life Ok, Hotstar, Baby Tv, Hutchison Whampoa)

Q.5. In an interview to the Fast Company, the logo’s designer Lindon Leader said, “The arrow could connote forward direction, speed and precision, and if it remained hidden, there might be an element of surprise, that aha moment.” Which logo did he create?

Ans. FedEx

Q.6. This Tata company has a majority stake in Metahelix which owns Dhaanya Seeds. Who is this?

Ans. Rallis

Q.7. Connect.

Ans. Uber

Q.8. This is Kochouseph Chittilappilly. He is the founder of?

V guard Founder

Ans. V Guard

Q.9. This company was founded by Dr. Min Kao and Dr. Gary Burrell.

Ans. Garmin GPS

Q.10. The origin of this term meaning “something given to appease” can be traced to an Old English word meaning “bread soaked in some liquid”.

Ans. Sop

Q.11. Which precious brand gets its name from this man?

Ans. Swarovski

Q.12. What is karoshi in Japanese corporate culture?

Ans. Death by Overwork

Q.13. This company was incorporated in January 1921 to build Bombay House, the headquarters of the Tata group.

Ans. Associated Building Company

Q.14. Which company has come up with the car called Dino, named after the famous fictional animated series by from Hanna-Barbera, the Flintstones?

Ferrari Dino

Ans. Ferrari

Q.15. Connect.

Ans. Mars

Q.16. In 1983, the CEO of this company left for a brief period to start his own Italian style coffeehouses under the name Il Giornale. Later he came back to head a company that partners with Tatas in India. Who is this CEO?

Ans. Howard Schultz, Starbucks

Q.17. Albert ____ and Joseph ____ started a very important tractor company, which is today a part of an Indian group. They named it after their family name. Which company?

Ans. Eicher

Q.18. In the 1860s and 1870s, Robert Chesebrough marketed his product by driving around New York and burning his skin with acid or an open flame and then applying the jelly to his injury and showing past injuries that has healed. What product?

Ans. Vaseline

Q.19. Identify the logo.

IDBI Bank logo

Ans. IDBI Bank

Q.20. This was formerly known as Blue Ribbion Sports and originally operated as a distributor for the Japanese shoemaker Onitsuka Tiger.

Ans. Nike

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Vizag – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Vizag – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: GITAM University – Ankur Bhattacharya and Shyam N Reddy
  • RUNNER UP: Indian Maritime University – Mudith Dhruv and Jayakrishnan

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Question on the history of Toblerone Chocolates.

Q.2. Connect question on Valvoline.

Q.3. Connect question on JBL

Q.4. Connect question on Manyavar

Q.5. Question on Print ad from Accenture for American Express

Q.6. Question on offerings from Tata Class Edge

Q.7. What is the Tajness from Taj?

Ans. Uniformity in look and feel and the quality of service across Taj Hotels

Q.8. Question on KFC Watt Box.

Q.9. Question on Pulla Reddy Sweets.

Q.10. Question on Raymond White Shirt Range.

Q.11. Which company is associated with Powerwall and Powerpack?

Ans. Tesla

Q.12. Question on Mickey Mouse Degrees

Q.13. Which company started Buttercoin?

Ans. Google Ventures

Q.14. Reliance Solar Project started in which state?

Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q.15. Question on founders of Urban Ladder.

Q.16. Which brand in India has the tagline ‘India ka Tyohaar’ ?

Ans. IPL

Questions contributed by Ankur Bhattacharya

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Vizag – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Vizag – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: GITAM University – Ankur Bhattacharya and Shyam N Reddy
  • RUNNER UP: Indian Maritime University – Mudith Dhruv and Jayakrishnan

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Hello 6E is the magazine of which Airline?

Ans. Indigo

Q.2. Akio Morita made the ‘Walkman’ for which company?

Ans. Sony

Q.3. Question on Glue Stick.

Q.4. Who wrote the book ‘Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid’?

Ans. CK Prahalad

Q.5. Who owns a casino named ‘Taj Mahal’?

Ans. Donald Trump

Q.6. Who wrote the book ‘Theory of Constraints’?

Ans. Eliyahu M. Goldratt

Q.7. Question on Kamasutra print ad

Q.8. What is SD in MicroSD?

Ans. Secure Digital

Q.9. Page Rank Algorithm was used for what?

Ans. Google Search ranking of websites

Q.10. Question on Quora.

Q.11. E Sreedharan is considered the father of?

Ans. Metro

Q.12. Old logo of?

Nokia

Ans. Nokia

Q.13. Identify.

RBI

Ans. D Subba Rao

Q.14. Question on the history of Netflix

Q.15. Which company is famous for making interconnected bricks?

Ans. Lego

Q.16. Question on Singapore.

Q.17. What was founded by Reid Hoffman?

Ans. LinkedIn

Q.18. What was founded by Jimmy Wales?

Ans. Wikipedia

Questions contributed by Ankur Bhattacharya

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Raipur – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Raipur – Regional Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: IIM Raipur: Jassojeet  and Suhash
  • RUNNER UP: NIT Raipur: Abhik Sarkar and Pratyush

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Which brand started by Mukesh Bansal along with Ashutosh Lawania decided to go online and app only in May 2016 and then reverted their decision?

Ans. Myntra

Q.2. This is Next bit Robin. What first is this?

Cloud storage

Ans. It is the Cloud-first phone where it utilizes cloud storage to store data. It has no phone memory.

Q.3. Which Tata company acquired Rawmet Industries in 2007?

Ans. Tata Steel

Q.4. Connect

Ans. Philips

Q.5. Which website for online shopping means ‘searching for treasure’ in Chinese?

Ans. Taobao

Q.6. Temasek Holdings Private Limited is a state-owned holding company that can be characterized as a national wealth fund owned by the Government of which country?

Ans. Singapore

Q.7. In 2004, TCS acquired a company from (NYSE: PNX). Name it.

Ans. Phoenix Global

Q.8. Connect-

Ans. VIP

Q.9. What brand currently owned by Starbucks, was founded in 1994 by Steve Smith along with his business partners Stephen Lee and Tom Mesher?

Ans. Tazo

Q.10. In 1890, Dr. Oscar Troplowitz bought Paul C’s Beiersdorf’s Hamburg-based laboratory. Troplowitz’s scientific advisor, the leading dermatologist Professor Paul Gerson Unna, told him about an innovative emulsifying agent called Eucerit ( the ancient Greek word for beautiful wax).

Together they developed the world’s first stable oil-and-water based cream that was suitable  for mass production in 1911 and called it ____.

Ans. Nivea

Q.11. Identify the logo.

Ans. EPF

Q.12. Grace is a special creation by Yes Bank. What is so special about it?

YES Bank

Ans. All Women Bank Branch

Q.13. Which Unilever soap brand was developed during World War II to clean the skin of burn victims?

Ans. Dove

Q.14. Question on the financial arm of Tanishq . Investment in Gold

Q.15. Drassington Ltd. is a subsidiary of this Tata Company? It recruits women with soft hands.

Ans. Tata Tea

Q.16. Connect question about Godrej.

Q.17. While enjoying with your family, pain doesn’t stand a chance!’. Which brand?

Ans. Volini

Q.18. NYT recently wrote ‘The Spanish Town that runs on X’ about Jun, a 3500-people town that communicates with the government and other public services via X. What is X?

Ans. Twitter

Bonus Question: In the world of twitter, what is ‘in case you missed it’ feature?

Ans. It is the collection of the popular tweets of people that you follow

Q.19. Which entity is behind this?

ICICI Bank

Ans. ICICI Bank

Bonus Question: ICICI Lombard is a joint venture with a company called Fairfax led by a person of Indian origin. He is known as Warren Buffett of Canada. What is his name?

Ans. Prem Watsa

Q.20. Urzza- The Liquid Charger is from this company. Which one?

Ans. Parle

Tie Breaker/ Bonus Question: Parle bought in 1969, something from an Italian businessman. Because he sold his business to them, the brand is named after him. Which brand?

Ans. Bisleri

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Raipur – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Raipur – Preliminary Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: IIM Raipur: Jassojeet  and Suhash
  • RUNNER UP: NIT Raipur: Abhik Sarkar and Pratyush

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Indian business executive who formerly served as the Co-CEO of Deutsche Bank from 2012 until 2015. Starting 2017, he is serving as president at Cantor Fitzgerald. He was a member of Deutsche Bank’s Management Board. Who?

Ans. Anshu Jain

Q.2. The Airline in association with Delhi Police recently launched ‘Akhiri Ahuti’, a social service under which the Gurgaon-based airline would ferry free of cost the bodies of Northeast residents who die in Delhi to their homes. Which Airline?

Ans. Indigo Airline

Q.3. Which company bought Duke’s in 1994 to enter India. Duke’s is  a brand that is steeped in Mumbai and was founded in 1889 by Dinshwaji Pandole.

Ans. Pepsi

Q.4. Id the Logo ?

Ans. Urban Ladder

Q.5. The company has a deal to sell its core internet business, which includes its digital advertising, email and media assets, to Verizon for USD 4.83 billion. It also change its name called Altaba. Which company?

Ans. Yahoo Changing its name to Altaba.

Q.6. Two word answer. It’s James bond Favorite. It’s first SUV, Stelvio, launched including two new engine options and three trim levels heading to the UK. Which company?

Ans. Alfa Romeo

Q.7. It is a British brand of hair styling products for men, endorsed by Kishore Kumar. Which brand?

Ans. Brylcreem

Q.8. Id the watch brand.

Ans. Breitling

Q.9. A new campaign,“Never Follow”, suggests aspiring athletes should not try to follow in the footsteps of famous footballer Paul Pogba. Whose campaign is this?

Ans. Adidas

Q.10. Question on P51 Ford Mustang

Q.11. ‘Brookside Chocolate’ was acquired by which chocolate making Company?

Ans. Hershey

Q.12. Id the Logo?

Ans. Longines

Q.13. Question on Apple to reduce tax in Ireland.

Q.14. Kishore Biyani-led Future Group’s food arm Future Consumer Enterprise today launched its brand oats. What is it called?

Ans. Kosh

Q.15. Question on “Eager to get you home” advertising campaign and the success story on health care.

Ans. Max Healthcare

Q.16. Founders of ?

Ans. Jabong

Q.17. IBM appointed him as managing director of its India business. Who?

Ans. Karan Bajwa

Q.18. In 1976, two brothers Mukund Lal Dua & Ramesh Kumar Dua dreamed to take their father’s footwear business. It was “to help people to ___”

Ans. Relaxo

Q.19. Id the Logo?

Ans. Expedia.com

Wild Card Round:

Q.1. Itihaasa is an app by Kris Gopalakrishnan about the history of Indian IT. Why is he important?

Ans. He is the executive vice chairman of Infosys

Q.2. Which individual is credited with creating the following currency- Galleon, Sickle and Knut?

Ans. J K Rowling

Q.3. Which entity operated its algorithm on PageRank system?

Ans. Google

Q.4. Which brand started with the objective of creating high quality oxides?

Ans. Exide

Q.5. Arvind Subramaniam is an Indian economist and chief economic advisor to the Government, took charge on 16th October 2014. Who did he succeed?

Ans. Raghuram Rajan

Q.6. Who is the current chairman of Tata Steel?

Ans. N Chandrasekaran

Questions contributed by Suman Kujur, NIT Raipur

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Navi Mumbai – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Navi Mumbai – Regional  Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: RAIT – Saurabh Jain and Anit Basu Thakur
  • RUNNER UP: IIM (I) Navi Mumbai – Prashanth and Nidheesh

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Over the last 12 years, there have been a total of 5 expansions to keep players questing; The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria and Warlords of Draneor.

Ans. World of Warcraft

Q.2. It was released by Transport Canada. This was the renewal of whose pilot license?

Santa Claus Canada

Ans. Santa Claus

Q.3. Connect question on APC Corporation owned by Schneider

Q.4. What forum for intellectual exchange among members was founded in Oxford, England, in 1946 by Roland Berrill and Lancelot Lionel Ware?

Ans. Mensa

Q.5. Which Swedish automobile maker established in 1927 is a wholly owned subsidiary of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group of China?

Ans. Volvo

Q.6. Loyalty Programme: Greencard; Former Owner: Future Brands; Current Owner: Aditya Birla Nuvo Limited?

Ans. Pantaloons 

Q.7. Connect question on Surabhi (Amul, Ford Foundation, Dr. L. Subramaniam)

Q.8. This Tata company and Bell Helicopter recently agreed to jointly develop the helicopter market in India, including production, R&D and technology sharing. Which one?

Ans. Tata Advance Systems

Q.9. Founded by Alejandro Goicoechea and Jose Luis Oriol, this Spanish company was in news because of its contirbution in Mathura-Palwal region.

Ans. Light Train

Q.10. What happened or what triggered the algorithm systems of New Zealand passports to fail?

Ans. Face Recognition did not work as eyes should be open to a particular degree in order to be recognised

Q.11. Which Minister in India was once the owner of this publication called Surya India which essentially took on the Rajiv Gandhi family in a big way?

Surya Magazine

Ans. Maneka Gandhi
Q.12. Which Japanese multinational electronics and ceramics manufacturer was founded as Kyoto Ceramic Company limited in 1959?
Ans. Kyocera
Q.13. What is so special about the doll? Gay doll
Ans. World’s first Gay doll
Q.14. To which Norwegian group’s Indian arm did the Tatas recently sells ist Urea business?
Ans. Yara
Q.15. Their first mail order catalogue, known as the “Blue Book”, was published in 1845 in the United States. Which brand?
Ans. Tiffany’s
Q.16. Why were these shoes in controversy?
Swastika shoes controversy
Ans. The shoe soles leave Swastika prints
Q.17. When the British colonial government first issued rupee notes in India in 1862, they sourced them from a UK based company which started out printing playing cards and postage stamps before entering the currency business. Name it.
Ans. De La Rue
Q.18. Which famous book house is THE HOUSE OF BESTSELLERS?
Ans. Rupa Publishers
Q.19. Connect question on Jaguar Land Rover
Q.20. Which company made the telegraph poles in the 1960s and it helped them in their business?
Ans. Western Union
Questions contributed by Vrushabh and Viraj Morabia

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Navi Mumbai – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Navi Mumbai – Regional  Round Questions

Results:

  • WINNER: RAIT – Saurabh Jain and Anit Basu Thakur
  • RUNNER UP: IIM (I) Navi Mumbai – Prashanth and Nidheesh

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. McDonald’s Corp recently sold the franchise rights for its restaurants in Singapore and Malaysia to Lionhorn Pte Ltd part of a plan to move away from direct ownership in Asia. Where is Lionhorn based out of ?

Ans. Saudi Arabia

Q.2. This company’s name was chosen to represent the virtue of being “big, numerous and powerful” like stars in the night sky?

Ans. Samsung

Q.3. What does CM stand in CMF, if F stands for framework.

Ans. Content Management

Q.4. In 1865, its first operation was a wood pulp mill at the Tammerkoski Rapid in Finland.

Ans. Nokia

Q.5. AP Purse is its own digital wallet. Who in India is this?

Ans. Andhra Pradesh

Q.6. Which group recently agreed to acquire a stake of up to 60% in the Netherlands based fruiyt distribution company OFD Holding BV for around €5 million?

Ans. Mahindra

Q.7. Which group has launched this channel?

 

Ans. Zee    

Q.8. Manolo Blahnik and this singer have collaborated to launch “Savage”, the new capsule collection offering three boot styles invented by Timberland. Who?

Ans. Rihanna

Q.9. His new venture is called Republic. Who?

Ans. Arnab Goswami

Q.10. Identify

                                                        Ans. Brij Mohan Munjal

Q.11. Amuleek Bijral is the CEO and co-founder of this chain set up in 2010.

Ans. Chai Point

Q.12. This company recently agreed to buy Israeli augmented reality start up Cimagine for an estimated $ 30 million.

Ans. Snapchat

Q.13. Ad by?

Ans. Fevikwik

Q.14. This brand recently joined hands with Mumbai Dabbawala to extend support to the Rotibank initiative as a part of new campaign UnHungry India. Which brand?

Ans. Godrej

Q.15. Which Electric car maker has reached an out-of-court settlement with 126 Norwegian customers who claimed their cars’ performance did not match promises made in the firm’s marketing.

Ans. Tesla

Q.16. This group is planning to challenge Uber eith a new mobility service brand called Moia that eventually will have its own passenger vehicle.

Ans. Volkswagen

Q.17. Identify

Ans. Michael Porter

Q.18. Amit Burma is behind India’s first ______ league.

Ans. Poker

Q.19. This word is defined as defined as ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief’.

Ans. Post-truth

Q.20. Connect

Ans. Rashmi Bansal

Questions contributed by Viraj Morabia