||Who is the lead singer of British rock group The Arctic Monkeys?
||In 2012, what was the annual fee in pounds sterling for a UK American Express Gold Card?
||The comedy play ‘She Stoops to Conquer’ was written by which 18th Century Irish author?
||Which publisher of children’s books is named after an insect?
||The poem ‘Funeral Blues’ by W H Auden is popularly known by what name?
||Stop All the Clocks
||In the novel ‘Oliver Twist’ by Charles Dickens, what is The Artful Dodger’s real name?
||Who sang the title song for the 2002 James Bond film ‘Die Another Day’?
||The Sejm is the lower house of parliament in which European country?
||What was the name of the first wife of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s husband Denis?
||Doge’s Palace is in which European city?
||Who played the role of Vin in the 1960 film ‘The Magnificent Seven’?
||Which British haulage company has a long tradition of naming its trucks after females?
||What is the name of the cat of cartoon character Minnie Mouse?
||Bulent Ecevit was Prime Minister of which country from 1999 to 2002?
||In anatomy, malar relates to which part of the body?
||In which Australian state is the seaport of Bunbury?
||What is the name of the cockerel in the UK television series ‘The Good Life’?
||The ‘Upper Pool’, part of the Pool of London, lies between which two bridges?
||London Bridge and Tower bridge
||Which drink originated from the Arabic word ‘qahwa’?
|| ‘The Appliance of Science’ was the advertising slogan for which electrical goods brand?