1 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the first and The Last Battle the last book in which childrens book series?
2 Who became the first Prime Minister of Zimbabwe after its independence in 1980?
3 In Hindu mythology, who is believed to have brought down the river Ganga in order to wash away the sins of his ancestors?
4 After which town in Surrey, England, does hydrated magnesium sulfate get its common name?
5 Who is the only Bangladeshi cricketer to claim a hat-trick in Test matches?
6 What was the original name of Genghis Khan, the great Mongol conqueror?
7 Which former London landmark now stands at Lake Havasu City in Arizona, US?
8 Of which instrument are the curtal, the dulcian and the pommer principal ancestors?
9 In the solar system, Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon are satellites of which planet?
10 Which bird can rotate its head more than 180 degrees on either side?
QUESTION of the week
Buta Malik, a Muslim shepherd, is credited with having discovered which holy place in around 1850 AD?
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S. Shill, Jamshedpur
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