Questions from NVOK 2012 – Episode 18
(1000)Who was the Music composer for the “Theme Song” of World Semmozhi Maanadu which was held in Coimbatore 2010?
a. Harris Jayaraj b. Ilayaraja c. AR Rahman d. Yuvan Shankar Raja
Ans. AR Rahman
(2000)What is the fictitious character enacted by ‘Daniel Radcliffe’?
a. Super Man b. Iron man c. Batman d. Harry Potter
Ans. Harry Potter
(3000)Which European capital is situated on the” River bank of Thames”
a. London b. Paris c. Belgrade d. Geneva
(5000)To which musical instrument does “Ustad Zakir Hussain” related to?
a. Tabla b. Saxophone c. Mandolin d. Veena
(10000)What type of animal is ‘Balu’ from the book ‘Jungle Book’?
a. Fox b. Cheetah c. Python d. Bear
(20000)Which Mughal ruler had in his court a group of nine talented people called the ‘Navaratnas’?
a. Shah Jahan b. Akbar c. Aurangzeb d. Humayun
(40000)which of these is not a name of Lord Shiva?
a. Rudra b. Bhairava c. Neelakanta d. Damodara
(80000)How many chambers does a human heart have?
a. 3 b. 5 c. 4 d. 6
(1,60,000)Who among these formed the Tamil Maanila Congress?
a. GK Moopanar b. Subramania Swamy c. C. Rajagopalachari d. CN Annadurai
Ans. GK Moopanar
(1,60,000)Which of these films did not star Kamal Haasan and Rajnikanth together?
a. Ninaithale Inikkum b. Apoorva Ragangal c. Alaudinum Arputha Vilakkum d. Aval Oru Thodar Kathai
Ans. Aval Oru Thodar Kathai
(12,50,000)Which of these English words are not derived from Tamil?
a. Chutney b. Corundum c. Catamaran d. Cheroot
(3,20,000)Which director was conferred the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for the year 2010?
a. Bharathiraja b. K.Balachander c. Mani Ratnam d. Balu Mahendra
(3,20,000)In 1921, which temple elephant struck Subramanya Bharathi ?
a. Srirangam Ranganathaswamy Temple b. Puducherry Manakula Vinayakar Temple c. Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple d. Mylapore Kapaleeswarar Temple
Ans. Triplicane Parthasarathy Temple
(6,40,000)Which founding member of the music band ‘The Beatles’ was born in Madras?
a. John Lennon b. Paul McCartney c. Pete Best d. Stuart Sutcliffe
Ans. Pete Best