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General Knowledge Quiz for 4 September 2013

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What is the national monument of India, one of the largest war memorials in India, situated in the heart of New Delhi, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and originally known as All India War Memorial, made up of red sand stone and granite.

A
The India Gate
B
The Arch of Triumph
C
The Cenotaph of the Crown
D
The Gurkha Memorial
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2

Who married actress Téa Leoni on 6 May 1997, announced their separation on 15 October 2008, and in September 2009 announced that they had reconciled?

A
Brad Pitt
B
Daniel Day Lewis
C
Anthony Hopkins
D
David Duchovny
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3

The 2010 Six Nations Championship, the 11th series of an annual rugby union competition contested by the six major Northern Hemisphere rugby union national teams, was won by France. Which nation won it in 2009 and came second in 2010 and 2011?

A
Scotland
B
England
C
Ireland
D
Wales
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4

Which was the first Soviet Union republic to establish its independence when the Soviet Union was dissolving?

A
Romania
B
Chechnya
C
East Germany
D
Lithuania
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5

Aspartame is a chemical used as what?

A
Defoliant
B
Sweetener
C
Ointment
D
Dye
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6

Which of these is not a chilli pepper?

A
Habanero
B
Habanera
C
Tabasco
D
Jalapeño
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7

A hit single for Queen was "Radio ... What?"

A
Tataa
B
Doo doo
C
Ha ha
D
Gaga
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