1.The Dutch translation of this classic was called Gejaagd Door de Wind. What was its English title?
2. Name the first Asians to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, Physics, and Economics.
3. Which ball game has a written rule that the stick must be held in the right hand only?
4.By what name is the British adaptation of the typical Bengali hut known?
5. Which king was named after this exclamation of his father at his birth, "Now I am without sorrow"?
6.What is the number of craters on a planet's surface and their appearance used to estimate?
7. By what name is the singer Abhas Kumar Ganguly better known?
8. After which British Earl, known for his addiction to gambling, was Hawaii first named?
9. What did Robert Cheeseborough invent after seeing an oil-drilling by-product used to heal cuts?
10. By what name is the full moon day in the month of Vaisakhi known in India?
1. Gone With the Wind
2. The first Asians
to win were all Indians; Rabindranath Tagore, C.V. Raman, and Amartya Sen
8.Earl of Sandwich
Question of the Day (QOD Contest)
By what name is the Duchess of St. Bridget who found the Dagger of Xion better known?
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Answer to QOD (July 11, 2006)
The restaurants, Maharaja and Maharani are found on the luxury train, "Palace on Wheels".
Ayesha Fatima of Rosary Convent is the winner of the QOD contest of July 11.
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