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Brand Quest      (July 28, 2005)

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  1. It was founded in 1928 as Nichi-Doku Shashinki Shoten, which literally translates to 'Japan-Germany Camera Shop.' Six years later, this Osaka-based company changed its name to a word that means "ripening fields of rice" in Japanese. Which seven-letter word did Nichi-Doku adopt in 1934?



  2. 9W is the airline code of which Indian carrier?



  3. The first line is about an 'action.' Line two explains the reason for the action, the result of which is the stuff for the next line. The fourth makes a philosophical statement. Inspired by the Malay four-line poetry called 'pantun,' who invented 'bont o,' a poetry form described above?



  4. "It was Dr V. P. Sidhan, who successfully converted this tradition wisdom of the family found in ancient palm leaf manuscripts with a combination of modern enrichment to give birth to a unique soap," which is the flagship brand of the company found b y the family. Can you name the family and the soap?



  5. In 1994, the businesses of Nine Network Australia and Australian Consolidated Press were merged to form an organisation that has the code PBL on the Australian Stock Exchange. Can you name the company?



  6. ...Gordhanbhai Patel. Fill up the blank.



  7. Last year Vodafone signed a deal with Fox to provide a service under which mobile phone users can view on their two-inch phone screens specially-created mini-television series. What's the newly-created phrase for such content?




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