General Knowledge - Games and Sports

1. Which of the following teams won the Ranji Trophy cricket championship for the first time

2. Who is Paradorn Srichaphan?

3. The Paralympic Games 2008 were held in

4. In cricket the length of pitch between the two wickets is -

5. Which one of the following is full form of ICC?

6. Saina Nehwal is related with which among the following sports?

7. Which of the foolowing terms is associated with the game of Football?

8. The winner of Augusta Masters title(Golf) is-

9. Tiger woods is a -

10. Annika Sorenstam, a famous sportsperson, is known as a professional

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8. Geography of India -Test-05
9. History of India - Test - 01
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    The smoothielike counter to all those heavy curries lassi is a creamy frothy yogurtbased drink from Punjab. There are many varieties but most will fall under either sweet or salted the former is curd blended or whisked with sugar (and/or fruit) the latter with salt and often other spices like cumin and/or cardamom seeds. Traditionally lassi is served in a disposable clay cup called a kulhar and extra malai or clotted cream is spooned on top before serving. In Delhi lassis are especially popular in the summer when they provide a cool soothing balance to most everything else being consumed.

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