1) What is the chess position called in which the player cannot move any piece without placing his king in check? (Stalemate / Mate)
2) Which Gharana, founded in the sixteenth century, is considered the oldest of the North Indian musical Gharanas?
(a) Gwalior (b) Agra (c) Kirana (d) Bhendi Bazar
3) In the human skeleton, which Greek demi-god gives his name to the first vertebra that holds the weight of the head?
4) Identify this biennial multi-sport event held recently among the athletes from South Asia.
5) In the Mahabharata, by which twin-gods did Madri bear Nakula and Sahadeva?
6) The term is used to describe the ability of some chemical compounds to behave both as an acid or as a base-
(1) Stalemate (2) Gwalior (3) Atlas (4) South Asian Games (5) Asvins (6) Amphoterism