Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2017 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2017 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions


  • WINNER: Loansingh.com :Prasad and Siddharth
  • RUNNER UP:: AMUL (Hubli) :Shyam Prasad and Eldrich Rangel

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Who bought the Mobile Store?

Ans. Essar Group

Q.2. Fastest lift in the world was installed in china by which company?
Ans. Hitachi
Q.3. Who owns Purple Pebble Pictures?
Ans. Priyanka Chopra
Q.4. Question on Wells Fargo Advertisement.
Q.5. Protima Bedi bold run, Vijay Mallya are associated with which  magazine?
Ans. Cine Blitz
Q.6. Question on AXA Life Insurance history
Q.7. Question on Mitsubishi History, starting from 1st product.
Q.8. You will wonder where the yellow went, is a line associated with which brand?
Ans. Pepsodent
Q.9. Sameer Gehlot is associated with which company?
Ans. India Bulls
Q.10. Question on the origin of Faasos
Q.11. Eyewear brand promoted by George Clooney, clue: answer similar to a profession?
Ans. Police
Q.12. Question on Cathay Pacific history
Q.13. Happiness townships are associated with?
Ans.Walt Disney
Q.14. Identify?
Ans. Speedo
Q.15. Question on Sony trademark for VAIO.
Q.16. Identify the logo.
Ans. Monsanto
Q.17. Question on the history of Western Union.
Q.18. Which was the first channel to try out as paid channel?
Ans. HBO
Q.19. Cloudyn was acquired by?
Ans. Microsoft
Q.20. Question on Tom Peters.
Questions contributed by Amey Parsekar

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Goa – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Goa – Regional  Round Questions


  • WINNER: NIT, Goa – Tejan Karmali and Manu Bhat
  • RUNNER UP: Goa Medical College – Dr. Adish and Dr. Monish

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. “Often a Bridesmaid but not a Bride” – Tagline by which company?

Ans. Listerine Mouthwash
Q.2. What did a man called Tarachand Barjatya give to India?
Ans. Rajashri Films
Q.3. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, which Tata company has got into promoting itself via a campaign called “Family Jingalala”?
Ans. Tata Sky
Q.4. Bowery Bugs is a cartoon created by Arthur Davis. It shows Bugs Bunny telling the story of a Steve Brodie jumping off which bridge and having survived the jump?
Ans. Brooklyn Bridge
Q.5. Connect question on Kaziranga National Park 
Q.6. #Chooselove is a campaign by which cosmetics company?
Ans. Revlon
Q.7. In 2016, Which Tata company signed a global agreement with Castrol for providing an entire range of lubricants and engine oils?
Ans. Tata Motors
Q.8. Dharampal Singh was a Xerox shop owner who fought and won what legal battle in India in mid-2016. What?
Ans. His efforts ensured that pages from textbooks could have been photocopied, which were earlier copyrights. 
Q.9. Also the name of a company, what is the Gaelic word for one?
Ans. Aon
Q.10. When L’Oreal acquired it, they were in a dilemma of whether to buy it or not. Clue: Alia Bhatt
Ans. Maybelline  (Maybe or maybe not)
Q.11. Which exact Tata company division recently launched Hexa?
Ans. Tata Motors SUV
Q.12. Member since 2007, Married since 2015. American Express’ campaign for what?
Ans. Same sex marriage 
Q.13. Which company’s design is made to show its domination over land, air and sea?
Ans. The three pronged logo of Mercedes Benz
Q.14. Which airline was started in 1984 and renamed as MG Express in 1993?
Ans. Spicejet
Q.15. Question on PayU

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2017 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions


  • WINNER: NIT, Goa – Tejan Karmali and Manu Bhat
  • RUNNER UP: Goa Medical College – Dr. Adish and Dr. Monish

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Expedia was launched in 1996 by which IT giant?

Ans. Microsoft

Q.2. Which company came up with a Super Saver Tank where in one could recharge phone using rain water harvesting?
Ans. Vodafone
Q.3. This company has officially announced its move into the automobile space after it unveiled its first ‘internet car’, the RX5 in collaboration with SAIC, one of China’s big four state-owned automakers. Which company?
Ans. Alibaba
Q.4. Which company from the Flipkart Group acquired Jabong from the Global Fashion Group?
Ans. Myntra
Q.5. Logo of?
Ans. Google Allo
Q.6. Logo of?
Ans. Slack
Q.7. Which company launched Duo, marking its entry into the voice chat space?
Ans. Google 
Q.8. Which e-commerce company marked its entry into the fashion store space by acquiring a fashion brand called Symbol?
Ans. Amazon

Q.9. Which power company in India changed its name to GE Power India after its acquisition by General Electric?

Ans. Alstom

Q.10. Which company, which branded itself as the Rajahs of Haircare, was acquired by Emami in 2015? It had a habit of naming its products with 2 words – a Hindi word followed by an English one.
Ans. Kesh King
Q.11. Photo of Moog Synthesizer

Q.12. Which company, entering into the AI space , acquired Hyderabad based machine learning company Tuplejump Private Limited in 2016?

Ans. Apple


Q.13. Which construction group recently acquired stake in Bangalore’s Le Meridien Hotel? (Options – Brigade/Embassy/Mantri)

Ans. Embassy Group


Q.14. Which company recently came up with a new brand of motorcycles called the Himalayan, naming it after the terrain?

Ans. Royal Enfield

Q.15. Which global beverage company came up with Kirana stores called ‘Parivartan’?

Ans. Coca Cola

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2016 – Goa – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2016 – Goa – Regional Round Questions


  • WINNER: Adicent Designs- Ashish Nalavade and Shoib Sayad
  • RUNNER UP: Loansingh.com- Siddharth Misra and Prasad Shetty

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Leslie Irivin, the inventor of the rip cord parachute and the first person to make a free-fall parachute jump, also designed and began manufacturing something else in the early 1930s which later became standard kit for RAF airmen before and during the Second World War. What?

Ans. Sheepskin Flying Jacket

 Q.2. Identify.


Ans. Hamleys

Q.3. Identify.

andrew paulson

 Ans. Andrew Paulson, who in 2012 created AGON which was accorded by FIDE the long-term, exclusive rights to develop, organize and commercialize the World Chess Championship cycle.

Q.4. This leather goods major founded in Paris in 1948 by Jean Cassegrain and still owned and run by the Cassegrain family, is coming to India.

Ans. Longchamp

 Q.5. This company was approached back in 1937 about creating a specially designed bar just for U.S. Army emergency rations. The U.S. government had just four requests about their new bars: they had to weigh 4 ounces, be high in energy, withstand high temperatures and “taste a little better than a boiled potato.” The final product was called the “D ration bar”. What are we talking about?

Ans. Hershey’s

Q.6. Up untill the beginning of the 1980s in Japan, these were referred to as Baka-chon. It is said to have stemmed from the advertising tag that stated that even baka (idiots) can use them. However, once the misconception that the word “chon”, was meant in derogatory way towards Koreans (in Japanese, Baka=idiot, ch be a racial slur of Koreans) spread, it became taboo to use the nickname. What are we talking about?

Ans.Disposable Cameras

Q.7. Tata Motors has signed an accord with Bharat Forge Ltd (BFL) and US corporation General Dynamics Land Systems ( GDLS) to bid for the Indian Army’s FICV programme. What does CV stand for in FICV?

Ans. Combat Vehicle

Q.8. Visual:


Ans. ATT (AT&T) – Amazon, Tata, Zomato

Q.9. Lateral Thinking:


Ans. Kodak


US Navy

 Ans. U.S. Navy SEALs

 Q.11. During World War II, the Jefferson Nickel series underwent a significant change. What?

Ans. Since nickel was identified as a strategic metal for the war effort, the composition of the five cent piece was changed to a composition of silver, manganese, and copper.

 Q.12. Visual:

heinzsilicon valley

(E-1, I-1)

 Ans. HP (Heinz, Pirates of Silicon Valley)

Q.13. Microsoft had concerns over this logo which looked similar to their own. Which company got this logo trademarked?


 Ans. AVG

 Q.14. Lateral Thinking:

la opala

Ans. La Opala

 Q.15. Who?


Ans. Ashok Chawla, new Chairman of NSE

Q.16. Originally created for Usenet, and now applicable for the whole of the internet, it states thus: “As a Usenet discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1.” Name the law.

Ans. Godwin’s Law

Q.17. Name the co-Author (blanked out)


Ans. Peter Diamandis

 Q.18. This Tata company maintains the group headquarters and provides services like security, central air-conditioning, building management systems, and electrical solutions to save electricity, thereby reducing the carbon footprint.It monitors all modernisation, alterations and civil / electrical work carried out at Bombay House and ensures compliance to local laws and safety measures .

Ans. Associated Building Company (ABC)

Q.19. Visual:


Ans. AMD (Sears, Macmillan, Rupert Murdoch)

Q.20. Which bank recently became the first to launch Aadhaar based- card-less ATMs?

Ans. DCB Bank

Q.21. Which fun hub started by Rajat Tuli and Rahul Anand, alumni of MICA has this on the introduction website page, ‘It was anti established in 2003 with no vision and no business plan. Actually at some point we did make a business plan but according to that we should have retired 5 years ago’?

Ans. Happily Unmarried

Questions contributed by Ralph da Silva. Ralph a Product Manager at HandyTrain – a mobile platform for corporate training – based out of Goa. 

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2016 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2016 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions


  • WINNER: Adicent Designs- Ashish Nalavade and Shoib Sayad
  • RUNNER UP: Loansingh.com- Siddharth Misra and Prasad Shetty

Preliminary Round Questions:

Q.1. Called Schwarzwälderkirschtorte, has multiple (usually 4) layers of chocolate. Frosted with whipped cream and covered with chocolate shavings and a few cherries for decoration. Kirschwasser (cherry schnapps) is used to flavor the whipped cream. It is named after a location/region?

Ans. Black Forrest

Q.2. In 1666, a fire raged across London, destroying many parts of it. In its aftermath, the king of France ordered that all walls made of wood be immediately covered with plaster, as a protection against such fires. This resulted in large-scale mining of gypsum which was available huge quantities in a particular city. Which material emerged out of this? Hint: The material has an undertone of the name of the city.

Ans. Plaster of Paris

 Q.3. Which entity acquired Commonfloor.com for $200 mn? This entity is backed by Tiger Global Management and acquired it very quickly?

Ans. Quikr

Q.4. Identify the name of the partner (blanked out). Famous American name – in Business, Philanthropy, etc.

andrew carnegie

Ans. Andrew Carnegie

Q.5. Name the music company that’s going to pay Michael Jackson’s estate $750 million to claim the remaining half of ATV Music Publishing and have full control over the music publishing company?

Ans. Sony

 Q.6. Which Indian cricketer invested in a venture of Housing.com’s ex-CEO Rahul Yadav, called Intelligent Interfaces, which didn’t turn out to be a good bet.

Hint: This person has also invested in several other ventures through his company.

Ans. Yuvraj Singh

Q.7. Luggage maker that closed a deal to buy rival Tumi in the Luxury segment for $1.8 bn.

Ans. Samsonite

Q.8. Entered the OTC market with the acquisition of Saridon from Roche and Lacto Calamine from Duphar in the early 1990s and then followed up with joint ventures with Reckitt Benckiser and Boots Plc to get their OTC range to India. In 2007, they decided to establish their own Consumer Products Division. Which famous Indian pharma company?

Ans. Piramal

Q.9. Anheuser-Busch InBev accepted a famous Japanese brewer’s offer to buy the Peroni and Grolsch beer brands of SABMiller. Name the Japanese brewer.

Ans. Asahi

 Q.10. Initials are JS. Attempting to build two new tech platforms—JS Innovation Lab and Startup Networkz—to offer incubation, other facilities to start-ups. Was released on bail in August 2014. Who is JS?

Ans. Jignesh Shah

 Q.11. Zahabiya Khorakiwala – name the hospital group she’s managing.

Wockhardt Hospitals Ltd.

 Ans. Wockhardt Hospitals Ltd.

Q.12. Was forced to relinquish the 0.25 calibre Beretta, to be replaced with the Walther PPK. This gun became famous world over thanks to whom?

Ans. James Bond

 Q.13. Axis Bank has taken possession of the headquarters of this company based out of Nirman Sadan on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. Hint: The company has a stong presence in cements, real estate and sports sponsorships.

Ans. Jaypee Group

Q.14. The origin of this global sporting brand was motivated by a surfing trip to Australia in 2002.

Ans. GoPro

Q.15. Famous alcohol brand from Cuba


Ans. Bacardi

Q.16. ‘Works where it has to.’ Hint: Pain reliever brand famous in Asia, perhaps not worldwide

Ans. Tiger Balm

Q.17. New Global English News Channel from Zee called Zee WION. What is WION?

Ans. World is One News

Q.18. Which Harvard Business School student owns this brand?

maria sharapova

Ans. Maria Sharapova

Q.19. Located in Gorakhpur, name the publishing press setup in 1923 to print the Bhagwat Gita.

Ans. Gita Press

 Q.20. In 2003 who received the inaugural Fischer Black Prize, given every two years by the American Finance Association to the financial economist younger than 40 who has made the most significant contribution to the theory and practice of finance?

Ans. Raghuram Rajan

Questions contributed by Ralph da Silva. Ralph a Product Manager at HandyTrain – a mobile platform for corporate training – based out of Goa.

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Goa – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2016 – Goa – Regional Round Questions


  • WINNER : 
  • BITS Pilani, Goa – Ms. Meghana and Ashwin K
  • BITS Pilani, Goa – Lucky K and Roshan D

Regional Round Questions:

Q.1. Logo of?

Indian Mint

Ans. Indian Govt. Mint

Q.2. What important ceremony in Delhi starts with a Halwa Ceremony?

Ans. Budget Presentation

Q.3. Connect.

Lonely Planet

Ans. Lonely Planet

Q.4. Which company was created by Pranay Chulet?

Ans. Quickr

Q.5. Which Tata car brand was code named Kite?

Ans. Zika

Q.6. What is this called?

Rolls Royce

Ans. Spirit of Ecstasy, Rolls Royce

Q.7. Identify.

shanmugham Chetty

Ans. RK Shanmukham Chetty, first finance minister

Q.8. In 2010, the Dorabji Tata Trust gave an international institution the biggest donation of 50 million dollars. Which institution?

Ans. Havard Business School

Q.9. While employed as a pastor at Leeds, Joseph Priestly lived next to a brewery; he was intrigued by the air that floated over fermented grain. From his first experiment he was able to show that this was heavier than air.

Ans. Carbonated water

Q.10. Connect.


Ans. Valium

Q.11. Why is the company 23&Me named so?

Ans. 23 pairs of chromosomes in a human body


Rajat Gupta

Ans. Rajat Gupta

Q.13. The term was first coined by Peter Drucker. He suggested the most valuable asset of a 21st century institution, whether business or non-business, will be _____ and their productivity. FITB.

Ans. Knowledge Worker

Q.14. Doordarshan’s DTH is now known as?

Ans. Free Dish

Q.15. A year after Star India opted out from the 24/7 home shopping channel Star CJ Alive, which was a joint venture between Star India and South Korean home shopping major, CJ O Shopping, the channel’s name and logo has been changed to _____?

Ans. Home Shop

Q.16. He was the original creator of?

Google Doodle

Ans. Google Doodle

Q.17. This Indian businesswoman took over the reins of the company after the death of her husband, Rohinton, in 1996. She retired in 2004 and was succeeded by her daughter Meher Pudumjee. Identify her and the company?

Ans. Anu Aga, Thermax

Q.18. What was first defined by socialist Edwin Sutherland in 1939 as “a crime committed by a person respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation?”

Ans. White Collar crime

Q.19. If Yankee bond is US Dollar dominated bond issued by a non US entity in the US market, then what is the name of a Japanese yen-Dominated bond issued by a non-Japanese entity in the Japanese market?

Ans. Samurai

Q.20. In 1929, which Tata Group personality renounced his French citizenship and became an Indian citizen?

Ans. JRD Tata

Q.21. Whose trademark are these words- “Play Well”?

Ans. Lego


Barcelona FC

Ans. Barcelona FC

Q.23. Whose business partner is Thomas Alva Edison?

Henry Ford

Ans. Henry Ford

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2015 – Goa – Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2015 – Goa – Regional Round Questions


  • WINNER: Adicent Designs – Ashish and Shoaib Syed
  • RUNNER UP: Savoir Faire – Harshavardhan and Rajiv D’Silva

Regional Round Questions:

1. Identify.
Ans: Phee Teik Yeoh, CEO of Vistara

2. This product by RB was discovered by a scientist, known to produce “clear liquids”. What?

Ans: Clearasil

3. Connect.



Ans. Chevloret

4. TCS is has tied with SAP HANA, which 2 word buzz word they are focussing on?


Ans. Big data

5. Connect question on Bogota and Cartegena coffee


6. Question on Leela group

7. He was a cricketer and trophy had FW as initials. Who?


Ans. F W Taylor

8. Who is the famous employee?

Ans. Sunny Leone


9. Which city is written below it?

Ans. San Francisco


10. 400 lights which project?

Ans.Hollywood Sign


11. Question on Veet Trivia

12. Identify.

Ans. BG Group

13.  Connect.


Ans. Harman Kardon

14. Identify.

Ans. Tinder

15. Question on Milk Route

Questions contributed by Amey Parsekar

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2015 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2015 – Goa – Preliminary Round Questions


  • WINNER: Adicent Designs – Ashish and Shoaib Syed
  • RUNNER UP: Savoir Faire – Harshavardhan and Rajiv D’Silva

Preliminary Round Questions:

1. Gilbert manufactures what?
A. Rugby balls


2. Fedex acquired which Australian logistics company?



3. If Microsoft Internet Explorer is the old name, what’s the new name?

A. Edge


4. What ceremony marks the beginning of printing of the budget documents in India, each year?

A. Halwa Ceremony

5. Polaris is launching which 2 bikes, Roadmaster and_______?

A. Indian


6. Rupee bonds are called?

A. Masala bonds


7. Snapdeal acquired which payment company?

A. Freecharge


8. Featured in ads like mentos, apple, widely used image?

A. Einstein


9. Project Panther Bidco has a major investment in Aspire AB. Who is behind Project Panther Bidco?

A. Jay Z


10. Amiibo, which company apologized for not fulfilling the sales requests?

A. Nintendo


11. MRO in aircrafts stands for?

A. Maintenance Repair Overhaul


12. Image shown for Capsule Hotels in Japan.


13. Dave Goldberg died recently. Who is his wife?

A. Sheryl Sandberg


14. Bird shown, logo of which hotel?


A. Accor


15. Names of founders given, which is the company?



16. 1984 what was invented by a company, image shown. Clue given:  closest to ink pens.

A. Gel Pens


17. Juniper, which drink?

A. Gin


18. The Lion Wakes, which bank?



19. Company produces, ball bearins, tied up with some car company?



20. Which indian family has invested in Ziddu?

A. Bachchan

Questions contributed by Amey Parsekar!

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Goa – Regional Finals Questions

Tata Crucible Corporate Edition 2014 – Goa – Regional Finals Questions


  • WINNER: Savoir Faire India – Rajiv D’Silva and Harshvardhan Bhatkuly
  • RUNNER UP: Splash! Communication – Ameya Mardolkar and Aniruddha Sengupta

Regional Round:

Q.1.In 1938, a Swiss chemistry student, named Franz Greiter was effected by a certain medical while climbing mountain Piz Buin. This on the swiss Austrian border. He then set out to invent a effective remedy of the same, he came up with a brand in 1946. Its extremely popular brand in the world.Today its got modified into a cream. Name the brand.

Ans. Glacier cream

2. Launched on June 14,1967 it was touted as the “first newspaper for the full computer community”.

Ans. Computer World

3. Connect.


Ans. Alibaba

 4. The product became so popular in Italy that food stores started a service called “The Smearing”. What are we talking about?

 Ans. Nutella

 5. Boston Globe’s Beijing Asia Correspondent. Editor-in-chief of NewsX. Passed away recently.

Ans. Jehangir Pocha

 6. It was sometimes called “ Goring-Schnaps after Hermann Goring who was appointed Imperial Gamekeeper.

Ans. Jägermeister

7. This article of Gary Worlf, titled ‘The Curse of Xanadu’ in the wired magazine states: ”It was the most radical computer dream of the hacker era. ______ _______’s Xanadu project was supposed to be the universal, democratic hypertext library that would help human life evolve into an entirely new form. Instead it became a famous vaporware project- a 30-year saga. Who are we talking about?

Ans. Ted Nelson (coined the term hypertext)

 8. His Last word.


Ans. “Just do it”- the tagline of Nike , by Gary Gilmore

9. Bharti Enterprises has agreed to sell a majority stake in which of its group company to a unit of US-based Brightstar Corp

Ans. Beetel

10. What did this two create?


Ans. Soundcloud

11. Connect.


Ans. National Geographic

 [Afghan Girl (real name Sharbat Gula ) is a 1984 iconic photographic portrait by photographer Steve McCurry which appeared on the June 1985 cover of National Geographic. John Capstock also a National Geographic photograher. Steve McCurry National Geographic photograher famous for capturing momentous events as the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II]

12. Sometime in early 1932, SS Itaquicê, left Rio in Brazil with a 69 member crew, and 50,000 pounds of coffee in a novel, but unsuccessful attempt. What were they attempting?

Ans. The Olympic

 13. Invented by Omar Knedlik in the late 1950s; Knedlik hired artist Ruth E.Taylor to create a name (original) and logo for his invention. Name the product.

Ans. Slurpee

 14. As the image was not clear , so any reader who witnessed the quiz may send the picture and due credit will be given to the contributor.

Ans. Amul print Ad

15. What commercial area in Delhi was named after Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan, The republican party head and former chief minister of West Pakistan ?

Ans. Khan Market established in 1951

16. They were considered an important over the bowling pin-shaped “Hamilton” ones, which tended to slip easily and roll off surfaces- the new design thus became standard across the British Empire. Soon turning into a prized item, they are found in India and Japan- used in Japan for Ramune. What are we talking about?

 Ans. Goli / Goti Soda bottle

 17. Amar Chitra Katha comics “ quite conquerer “ . About whom?


18.Identify the Logo.


Ans. Jaico

 19. Connect.


Ans. Swami Vivekananda

 [IISC Bangalore is the outcome of an accidental meeting between Jamsedji N. Tata and Swami Vivekananda on a ship in 1893. Special youth program is dedicated to him. Raipur Airport is named after Swami Vivekananda.Vivek express is the longest route train of Indian Railways.]

 20. Identify.


Ans. Harper Collins

 21. Connect.


Ans. Remington

[Founder Remington. K L Saigal worked as a typewriter salesman for Remington. Pierce Brosnan and Stephanie Zimbalist in Remington Steele (American television series). Two crossed Remington rifles with bayonets indicating Guatemala’s willingness to defend itself by force if need be]

22. Name the Advertiser.


Ans. Chevrolet

 23. It is estimated that investors lost Rs.1.5 trillion due to insurance mis-selling . Mint newspaper famously quoted it as “The _____ rip-off was an institutional defrauding of the small investors” and covered it in an article _____Rips off Consumers.

 Ans. ULIP

 Questions contributed by Debasish Mandal of BHEL,Bhopal  

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2015 – Goa – Preliminary and Regional Round Questions

Tata Crucible Campus Edition 2015 – Goa – Preliminary & Regional Round Questions



  • WINNER :
    BITS Pilani Goa 
    – Bhargav and Ananth V
    Goa Institute of Management 
    – Vithal and Mudit

Preliminary & Regional Round Questions:

1. Identify the famous personality.


Answer: Thomas Bata

2. Infiniti Retail operates a chain of multi-brand electronics stores across India and an e-commerce website under the brand name X. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Sons, the holding company of the Tata group. Name X.

Answer: Croma

3. Identify the logo.


Answer: Dhan Jan Yojana

4. Which was the first satellite channel of India?

Answer: Zee TV

5. Hamburger University is located inOak Brook, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago. This corporate university was designed to instruct personnel employed in the various aspects of restaurant management. It was set up by which company?

Answer: McDonalds

6. Identify the online shopping portal.


Answer: Myntra

7. Identify the nation.


Answer: Zimbabwe

8. X is an Italian word for “bartender” or a person who prepares and serves espresso-based coffee drinks. How do we better know X?

Answer: Barista

9. A question on Richard Branson.

10. A question on Air Asia’s Valentine day campaign.

11. A question on Churchill Brothers who play in the I-League.


 Questions contributed by Ashish Bansal.