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    1. Who has launched ‘Hyperpure’, a supplies platform for restaurants?

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    2. Who owned LG Polymers before 1997?

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    3. Which of these brands is NOT owned by Kering S.A., the French multinational corporation and conglomerate?

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    4. Name this Indian billionaire

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    5. Who has picked up the lowest stake amongst these recent investors in Jio Platforms?

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    6. Google ended the long-time policy of keeping YouTube financials under wraps by revealing its advertising revenue for 2019. How much did the video site rake in?

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    7. Ron Chernow’s book ‘Titan’ chronicles the life of…?

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    8. In which of these cities, is there only one ITC Luxury Collection property?

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    9. Which country’s bullion coins have the Noah’s Ark as a motif?

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    10. What type of ‘hundi’ is payable after a specified period of time, like a ‘time bill’?

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At age 5, off to buy a Lambo

A trooper stopping a car with a suspected “impaired driver” on a US highway was bemused to find a 5-year-old in the driver’s seat, the Utah Highway Patrol tweeted. Seeing a vehicle slowly weaving in the left lane of the Interstate 15 freeway, the trooper turned on his siren, and the driver neatly pulled over to the side of the road. Dashboard camera video posted by the police captures the conversation between the trooper and the driver, since viewed almost 760,000 times on YouTube. “You’re 5 years old?” the trooper says. “Wow!” He then asks the child where he learned how to drive and takes down other details. The boy said he had left home in his parents’ vehicle after arguing with his mother, who had told him she would not buy him a Lamborghini. “He decided to take the car and go to California to buy one himself,” the police said, adding: “He might have been short on the purchase amount as he only had $3 in his pocket.” Reuters