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Question 1 Truman Capote Award of $50,000 is the largest cash prize for Literary Criticism in English
Question 2 China is always (4,6,8,10) hours ahead of GMT. 8 hours
Question 3 The prize that spurred Charles Lindbergh to undertake his trans-Atlantic solo flight in 1927 $25,000 Orteig Prize
Question 4 How old was Sergey Karjakim of Ukraine, the youngest Grand Master, when he reached the target? 12 years 7 months
Question 5 The youngest Indian to achieve IM norm Parimarjan Negi
Question 6 Jamia Millia Islamia is one of the Central Universities in Delhi
Question 7 The Presidential Medal of Freedom is which nation’s highest civilian award? USA
Question 8 In Canada, Daylight Saving Time (Summer Time) is observed in every province except Saskatchewan
Question 9 Russia spans over how many time zones? 11
Question 10 The first woman to swim across English Channel Gertrude Ederle
Question 11 Name of the Chancellor of Austria assassinated by Nazis in 1934 Dollfuss
Question 12 The three leaders who planned the final defeat of Germany at Yalta in 1945 Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin
Question 13 Bandar Seri Begawan is (a temple/a god/a city/a bridge) A city
Question 14 What is the official name of Dominica? Commonwealth of Dominica
Question 15 East Timor includes the enclave of Oecussi, which is located within West Timor in Indonesia
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