Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?
Which of the countries has had a prime minister whose name featured the name of his country?
Which of the gulf city was a dependency of Bombay Presidency under British rule for almost a century?
Which of the following Pair are not parent and child who have both won the Nobel prize?
Which of these scientist was inspired to make its famous discovery in a sea voyage in 1921?
Which singer was originally named Eileen Angelina Yeoward?
Which is the only talkie film directed by Dada Saheb Phalke?
Which company started by Europeans in Calcutta in 1818 was the first modern life insurance company established in India?
Which Shakespeare play was translated by the Bhartendu Harishchandra with the title Durlabh Bandhu, published in 1880?
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Each pair of hints below relates to two words. One of the words is the other one spelled backward. What are the ten word pairs?
Example: married, moisture
Answer: wed, dew
1. star, rats
2. live, evil
3. keep, peek
4. guns, snug
5. part, trap
6. reward, drawer
7. straw, warts
8. plug, gulp
9. tool, loot
10. ward, draw
Add one letter to each word below - anywhere in the word - so that each numbered pair becomes two words of opposite meaning. For example, adding P and L to PLUM and SENDER would result in PLUMP and SLENDER.
Insert one word in each pair to link the two words together. The end of the first word is the beginning of the second.
Each pair of definitions is for two words, where the second word is the first word with a letter deleted (example: brand & band). The length of the first word in each pair is provided, along with the position of the deleted letter to obtain the second word.
1) something absurd or ridiculous (5 letters) & (delete 4th letter) money paid for transportation
2) a type of fruit (6 letters) & (delete 1st letter) a place for shooting practice
3) a dead body (6 letters) & (delete 3rd letter) a thicket of small trees or shrubs
4) to chew loudly (5 letters) & (delete 3rd letter) a great amount or quantity
1) a pale blue gas and unstable form of oxygen (5 letters) & (delete 1st letter) a section of a city restricted by law for a specific use
2) a type or class, as of literature or music (5 letters) & (delete 4th letter) a hereditary unit on a chromosome
3) to mark with a hot iron (5 letters) & (delete 5th letter) the outer layers of grain
4) a protector or champion of the people (7 letters) & (delete 4th letter) being three in one
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