||In 1961, who became the first non- American golfer to win The Masters?
|| ‘It’s what your right arm’s for’ was an advertising slogan for which beer?
||King Richard, Varna and Otina are varieties of which vegetable?
||What is the name of the police car in the children’s television series ‘Roary the Racing Car’?
||In the animal kingdom, artiodactyls have an even number of what?
||The Formula One Sepang International Circuit is in which country?
||US outlaws Robert LeRoy Parker and Harry Longabaugh were better known by what names?
||Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid
||The Lansdowne Cup is competed for in rugby union by which two countries?
||Australia and Ireland
||Online social networking website Facebook was founded in 2004 in which US state?
|| ‘Elmo’s World’ was a segment of which children’s television show?
||What is the name of the floating mass of vegetation that often obstructs navigation in tropical rivers?
||Which planet is closest to Earth?
||On a standard dartboard, which number lies opposite 15?
||In November 1983, 26 million pounds worth of gold, diamonds and cash were stolen from the Brinks-MAT warehouse at which British airport?
||National Flag Day is celebrated in Estonia during which month of the year?
||Which English snooker player is nicknamed ‘The Whirlwind’?
||What type of creature is an ani?
||What is the name of the tiger in the 2001 novel ‘Life of Pi’?
||Poignet is French for which part of the body?
||In botany, the calyx form which part of a plant?