Ans.: Amitabh Bachchan
2. It was first introduced in 1983 by Costa Rica & Haiti. The raw material of this was developed by DuPont. Then in 1998, after much research, Australia introduced it with a better material. Since then, Bangladesh, Brazil, Brunei, Chile, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, The Solomon Islands etc. have also followed and introduced them. (Hint: They have been made on Silk, Leather, Seal Skins, Wooden Checkboard Pieces and even Playing Cards.) What am I talking about?
Ans.: Polymer Currency Notes.
3. What is common to the following newspapers published from Uttar Pradesh: Frontier Mail, Affadavit, Sunrise, Now U Know, General, The Water Of India, Bureau, Modern Reporter?
Ans.: Though they are published in Hindi, their names are English.
4. Who or What displaced King Gyanendra on the Bank Notes of Nepal.
5. What is ISO 4217?
Ans.: They are the three lettered international Currency codes. e.g.: INR for Indian Rupee and USD for US Dollar.
Ans.: 6. It comes in variations of Revenge, Pocket & Professor’s. Names like Inca Gold and The Gordian Knot were initially considered for this product but dropped. Its believed that 300,000,000 pieces have been sold worldwide. What.
Ans.: Rubik's Cube.
7. What does T9 on a mobile mean?
Ans.: Text on 9 keys.
Ans.: Subash Chandra Bose.