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QUIZ # 129

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    WINNERS OF QUIZ #128

    1) M. Chinnasamy, Bhavani
    2) Rabi Sankar Saha, Kolkata
    3) Bishwadeep Chakraborty, Gurgaon

  1. New Zealander Joseph Nathan tried to register the name Lacto in the UK for the product that he was importing into Britain. The name was rejected, forcing Nathan to opt for —, a name that was successfully registered in 1906. Fill up the blank.



  2. Which company'ssuperbike modelsare YZF-R1 and MT01?



  3. Which book written by Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr in the early 1960s is said to have had a significant influence on modern Islamic banking?



  4. Dick Cashin is the managing partner of which private equity firm?



  5. At the NYSE, the symbol M stands for which company



  6. The company owning the Chandamama brand gets its name from the "science of measuring the size and shape of the earth." What's the company's name and the scientific term?



  7. Dan Denning's book with the base line 'Tracking Today's Hottest Investments' has what title?



  8. R.O. MICRO SHEET
    Unscramble the above for a twoword name of an auto company in the news ecently.




  9. One of the top leaders of Tata Sons. Who's he?




  10. Identify the bottom-most logo.





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