Thursday, September 24, 2009

Question Of The Day: 24th September, 2009

With 10 correct answers yesterday, my terming the question as 'slightly on the tougher side' seemed a little off. Today I am almost certain the complete correct answers with explanation will be below 10. There I threw you a challenge:)


Please leave your answers as comments. They are moderated and will be published along with the correct answer.

And the correct answer is:

Dr. Manmohan Singh

All of the above were succeeded by Dr. Singh in different capacities

Pictures in clockwise order (from top left)

A B Vajpayee (PM of India, 1999-2004)


Unknown said...


quetzalcoatl said...

Nuke tests?...PVNR sent AVB to UN disarmament debates..& set up pokhran tests which AVB carried out afterwards...other one is one of the scientists involved...not sure who he is..R Chidambaram?

stupendousman said...

Connection is India's ThermoNuclear Weapon

Vajapayee : PM when it was tested

Narsimha Rao : PM when the process of creating it was started or speeded up

Dr. Santhanam : Scientist who is claiming it did not go off as planned.

Chandu (Monster) said...

Atal Bihari Vajpayee
R. Chidambaram
P.V Narsimha rao

The connection is Operation Shakti

Srikant said...

Indian ministers who addressed the UN General Assembly in Hindi?

Rajat said...

3rd pic: Narsimha Rao
1st pic: looks like Vajpayee
Both were India's external affairs minister.(Between 1975-1984)
If the guess is correct 2nd pic is
Shyam Nandan Prasad Mishra who was the external affairs minister from 1979-1980.

Sujasha said...

Atal Bihari Vajpayee
PV Narasimha Rao
Manmohan Singh

himangshu said...

98 pokhran blast

PG said...

too damn difficult!

Anal Ghosh said...

The Babri Masjid demolition?
Pics in clockwise order
1. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
2. Justice MS Liberhab
3. PV Narasimha Rao

Rolling menhir said...

External affairs of India who have become prime ministers later. The pictures are of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, IK Gujral and PV Narsimha Rao.

Prateek Vijayavargia said...

Is the answer Pokhran by any chance?