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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 August 2017

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Matt Damon played which role in a trilogy of films about an amnesiac who also suffers from PTSD who is attempting to discover his true identity amidst a clandestine conspiracy within the CIA to track him down and arrest or kill him?

A
Ghandi
B
Jason Bourne
C
Corporal Klinger
D
Roger Rabbit
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2

Where is Nagaland?

A
North-east India
B
Myanmar
C
South of Swaziland
D
North-west Sri Lanka
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3

Which of these, a pioneer in ballooning, motor racing and aviation, co-founded a company to make prestige cars and died in a flying accident in 1910?

A
Enzo Ferrari
B
F H Royce
C
David Brown
D
C S Rolls
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4

According to Brand Finance's Most Valuable Brands Index, which was the most valuable brand in the world in 2016 and 2017?

A
Amazon
B
Apple
C
Google
D
Microsoft
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5

What are the Vendée Globe, Clipper and Volvo?

A
Round the world yacht races
B
Corners in the Brands Hatch Formula One circuit
C
Brands of basketball balls
D
Hubcaps
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6

What is the name of the rose coloured gaseous envelope outside the incandescent surface of the sun?

A
Chromosphere
B
Photosphere
C
Corona
D
Stratosphere
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7

The Naga Peace Accord, signed on 3 August 2015, was between representatives of the people of Nagaland and which country?

A
India
B
South Africa
C
Sri Lanka
D
Brazil
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