Description : Carl Heinrich Theodor ____ married well, and was thus able to go into business in 1838. He set up a coffee and chicory roasting operation. His sons hit upon ways of selling bean, pea, ... , and that eventually led them to the distinctive product now associated with their surnames. What surname?
Answer : Knorr.
Description : ‘Daughters of Shame’ is a book written by—
Description : Who was awarded the 2009 Vyas Samman ?
Answer : Amar Kant
Description : Which country has recently announced of having built the world’s highest elevated railway line ?
Answer : China
Description : The motto of CNBC India is—
Answer : Profit from it
Description : What is the full form of CMP ?
Answer : Common Minimum Programme
Description : The first unified theatre commanded by the Indian Defence Forces has been set at
Answer : Andaman Nicobar Islands
Description : The present Chairman of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal is—
Answer : Justice N. P. Singh
Description : Who was ruling over Pakistan at the time when Bangladesh became independent ?
Answer : Yahya Khan
Description : 'Red Revolution' in China took place in—
Answer : 1949
Description : The Government of India in a bid to attract foreign investments into India has appointed the Investment Commission which is headed by—
Answer : Ratan Tata
Description : The abbreviation TRAI stands for—
Answer : Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
Description : Who said, " Man is a Social Animal" ?
Answer : Aristotle
Description : Who is popularly known as 'Missile Man of India' ?
Answer : Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Description : ‘Ramadorai Sujatha’ who was recently in news is a—
Answer : Mathematician
Description : Former Soviet President Mr. Mikhail Gorbachev had become popular for his policy of—
Answer : Perestroika
Description : The Bandung Conference was a major milestone in the history of—
Answer : The Non-Aligned Movement
Description : Fabianism is closely related to—
Answer : Democratic Socialism
Description : World Computer Literacy Day is celebrated on—
Answer : 2nd December
Description : The first airline to allow flyers to surf the net was—
Answer : Singapore Airlines