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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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Pigeon spy suspect returns to owner

Indian police have released a pigeon belonging to a Pakistani fisherman after a probe found that the bird, which had flown across the border, was not a spy, two officials said on Friday. “The pigeon was set free on May 28 after nothing suspicious was found,” said Shailendra Mishra, a senior police official in Indian-administered Kashmir. It was unclear where the bird was released and whether it flew back to its owner. The Pakistani owner of the pigeon had urged India to return his bird, which Indian villagers turned over to police after discovering it.  “It’s just an innocent bird,” Habibullah, the owner of the bird, told Reuters. He rejected allegations that the numbers inscribed on a ring on the pigeon’s leg were codes meant for militant groups operating in the disputed region of Kashmir. Habibullah, who lives in a village near the Kashmir border, said the bird had participated in a pigeon racing contest and the digits on the bird’s leg were his mobile phone number. Reuters