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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 24 January 2021

Answers to this week's questions on India:

1 (c) About 100 million attended the Kumbh Mela Festival at the Ganges River in India in 2013. It's the world's largest festival.

2 (b) According to Indian legend, Buddha was a rabbit in a previous incarnation.

3 India ranks top in countries for the highest percentage (38%) of vegetarians.

4 All of the following applied to "Antilla", the private home owned by India' wealthiest man, Mukesh Ambani: (a) 27 floors (b) 3 helipads (c) 9 lifts (d) hanging gardens (e) ballrooms (f) boardrooms (g) gymnasiums (h) 6 floors of parking (i) 600 servants (j) a cost of $1.2 billion

5 (b) India's Srantah Express ran late (by five to six hours) every day for 16 years to 2004 because commuters used the emergency cord to stop the train near their homes. (Sydney Morning Herald 18-1-04)

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 17 January 2021

Answers to this week's questions on cricket:

1 Mayank Agarwal could hardly claim a pay increase for achieving the second top score for his team in the Australia v India test match second innings on 19-12-20 because he only scored 5 runs. The top score was 8.

2 Most wickets fall at which score, 6 or 13? No, neither of those. The most common score is 0.

3 (c) The first full name of the women's Twenty20 cricket captain for Sri Lanka Jayanganai has 21 letters. Her name is Atapattumudiyanselage Chamari Jayangani.

4 (c) The surname of the Fijian cricketer whose first names are Ilikena Lasarusa has 49 letters. It's Talebulamainavaleniveivakabulaimainakulalakebalau

5 (b) There was one cricket pitch in Rwanda in 2013.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 10 January 2021

Answers to this week's questions on borders:

1 South Australia shares borders with all four mainland states: New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.

2 Barmah is the only Victorian town north of the Murray, thanks to a couple of bends in the river.

3 Canada is the largest country to share a border with only one other country.

4 Sudan borders Egypt, Eritrea and Ethiopia.

5 The name of the central African republic that is bordered by Chad, Sudan, South Sudan, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cameroon is Central African Republic.

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Free Trivia Answers to Questions for week ending 3 January 2021

Answers to this week's questions on nonsense:

1 What, where and when? Just replace each W with a T to get your answers.

2 A fly that has lost its wings is a walker.

3 What rhymes with orange? No, it doesn't. And neither does anything else.

4 A circle had two sides - an inside and an outside.

5 Triskaidekaphobia is the irrational fear of 13.


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