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The BiG Q winners and questions
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Aniruddha Sen Gupta
2010-10-22 05:22:02 UTC
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The Best-in-Goa Quizzer (BiG Q) this year turned out to be someone from outside
Goa. Arun Hiregange, a Bangalore quizzer acknowledged as being among the top 10
in India, was in town for the weekend, and scored 78 points to emerge on top in
the quiz held on Sunday, October 17.

A Karnataka Quizzing Association counterpart of Hiregange's, Tejaswi Udupa, took
the Best Open Quizzer prize at Panjim, with a score of 77, while Rajiv D'Silva
finished close behind at 73. Other top finishers were Dr V. Muralidharan (Best
Open Quizzer in Margao with 66 points), Ajachi Chakrabarti (who topped in Vasco
with 65) and Anirudha Borkar (the Ponda winner with 58).

In the Schools category, Raj Kunkolienkar of Mushtifund Higher Secondary won the
top spot in Panjim with 44 points, fending off a close challenge from Julian
D'Costa, the Best School Quizzer (BSQ) in Margao with 43. The Schools category
toppers in Vasco and Ponda were Anurag Panicker (30 points) and Shraddha Moye
(16), respectively.

The BiG Q is a written quiz for solo participants, with 120 questions to be
answered in 90 minutes. Entry to the quiz is free, and open to all, from the
youngest school student to the sprightliest senior citizen. This annual event is
conducted by the Sunday Evening Quiz Club (SEQC), with the aim of identifying
the best quizzer in Goa. The inaugural edition, held in September last year, saw
more than 80 participants take the challenge in Panjim, Vasco and Margao. This
year, Ponda was added to the list, and the number of participants across the
four venues rose by 50% to top 120.

The complete list of scores for all participants will be up for review on the
SEQC blog (http://seqc.blogspot.com) by the end of this week.
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
2010-10-22 05:22:02 UTC
Permalink
The Best-in-Goa Quizzer (BiG Q) this year turned out to be someone from outside
Goa. Arun Hiregange, a Bangalore quizzer acknowledged as being among the top 10
in India, was in town for the weekend, and scored 78 points to emerge on top in
the quiz held on Sunday, October 17.

A Karnataka Quizzing Association counterpart of Hiregange's, Tejaswi Udupa, took
the Best Open Quizzer prize at Panjim, with a score of 77, while Rajiv D'Silva
finished close behind at 73. Other top finishers were Dr V. Muralidharan (Best
Open Quizzer in Margao with 66 points), Ajachi Chakrabarti (who topped in Vasco
with 65) and Anirudha Borkar (the Ponda winner with 58).

In the Schools category, Raj Kunkolienkar of Mushtifund Higher Secondary won the
top spot in Panjim with 44 points, fending off a close challenge from Julian
D'Costa, the Best School Quizzer (BSQ) in Margao with 43. The Schools category
toppers in Vasco and Ponda were Anurag Panicker (30 points) and Shraddha Moye
(16), respectively.

The BiG Q is a written quiz for solo participants, with 120 questions to be
answered in 90 minutes. Entry to the quiz is free, and open to all, from the
youngest school student to the sprightliest senior citizen. This annual event is
conducted by the Sunday Evening Quiz Club (SEQC), with the aim of identifying
the best quizzer in Goa. The inaugural edition, held in September last year, saw
more than 80 participants take the challenge in Panjim, Vasco and Margao. This
year, Ponda was added to the list, and the number of participants across the
four venues rose by 50% to top 120.

The complete list of scores for all participants will be up for review on the
SEQC blog (http://seqc.blogspot.com) by the end of this week.
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
2010-10-22 05:22:02 UTC
Permalink
The Best-in-Goa Quizzer (BiG Q) this year turned out to be someone from outside
Goa. Arun Hiregange, a Bangalore quizzer acknowledged as being among the top 10
in India, was in town for the weekend, and scored 78 points to emerge on top in
the quiz held on Sunday, October 17.

A Karnataka Quizzing Association counterpart of Hiregange's, Tejaswi Udupa, took
the Best Open Quizzer prize at Panjim, with a score of 77, while Rajiv D'Silva
finished close behind at 73. Other top finishers were Dr V. Muralidharan (Best
Open Quizzer in Margao with 66 points), Ajachi Chakrabarti (who topped in Vasco
with 65) and Anirudha Borkar (the Ponda winner with 58).

In the Schools category, Raj Kunkolienkar of Mushtifund Higher Secondary won the
top spot in Panjim with 44 points, fending off a close challenge from Julian
D'Costa, the Best School Quizzer (BSQ) in Margao with 43. The Schools category
toppers in Vasco and Ponda were Anurag Panicker (30 points) and Shraddha Moye
(16), respectively.

The BiG Q is a written quiz for solo participants, with 120 questions to be
answered in 90 minutes. Entry to the quiz is free, and open to all, from the
youngest school student to the sprightliest senior citizen. This annual event is
conducted by the Sunday Evening Quiz Club (SEQC), with the aim of identifying
the best quizzer in Goa. The inaugural edition, held in September last year, saw
more than 80 participants take the challenge in Panjim, Vasco and Margao. This
year, Ponda was added to the list, and the number of participants across the
four venues rose by 50% to top 120.

The complete list of scores for all participants will be up for review on the
SEQC blog (http://seqc.blogspot.com) by the end of this week.
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
2010-10-22 05:22:02 UTC
Permalink
The Best-in-Goa Quizzer (BiG Q) this year turned out to be someone from outside
Goa. Arun Hiregange, a Bangalore quizzer acknowledged as being among the top 10
in India, was in town for the weekend, and scored 78 points to emerge on top in
the quiz held on Sunday, October 17.

A Karnataka Quizzing Association counterpart of Hiregange's, Tejaswi Udupa, took
the Best Open Quizzer prize at Panjim, with a score of 77, while Rajiv D'Silva
finished close behind at 73. Other top finishers were Dr V. Muralidharan (Best
Open Quizzer in Margao with 66 points), Ajachi Chakrabarti (who topped in Vasco
with 65) and Anirudha Borkar (the Ponda winner with 58).

In the Schools category, Raj Kunkolienkar of Mushtifund Higher Secondary won the
top spot in Panjim with 44 points, fending off a close challenge from Julian
D'Costa, the Best School Quizzer (BSQ) in Margao with 43. The Schools category
toppers in Vasco and Ponda were Anurag Panicker (30 points) and Shraddha Moye
(16), respectively.

The BiG Q is a written quiz for solo participants, with 120 questions to be
answered in 90 minutes. Entry to the quiz is free, and open to all, from the
youngest school student to the sprightliest senior citizen. This annual event is
conducted by the Sunday Evening Quiz Club (SEQC), with the aim of identifying
the best quizzer in Goa. The inaugural edition, held in September last year, saw
more than 80 participants take the challenge in Panjim, Vasco and Margao. This
year, Ponda was added to the list, and the number of participants across the
four venues rose by 50% to top 120.

The complete list of scores for all participants will be up for review on the
SEQC blog (http://seqc.blogspot.com) by the end of this week.
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
2010-10-22 05:22:02 UTC
Permalink
The Best-in-Goa Quizzer (BiG Q) this year turned out to be someone from outside
Goa. Arun Hiregange, a Bangalore quizzer acknowledged as being among the top 10
in India, was in town for the weekend, and scored 78 points to emerge on top in
the quiz held on Sunday, October 17.

A Karnataka Quizzing Association counterpart of Hiregange's, Tejaswi Udupa, took
the Best Open Quizzer prize at Panjim, with a score of 77, while Rajiv D'Silva
finished close behind at 73. Other top finishers were Dr V. Muralidharan (Best
Open Quizzer in Margao with 66 points), Ajachi Chakrabarti (who topped in Vasco
with 65) and Anirudha Borkar (the Ponda winner with 58).

In the Schools category, Raj Kunkolienkar of Mushtifund Higher Secondary won the
top spot in Panjim with 44 points, fending off a close challenge from Julian
D'Costa, the Best School Quizzer (BSQ) in Margao with 43. The Schools category
toppers in Vasco and Ponda were Anurag Panicker (30 points) and Shraddha Moye
(16), respectively.

The BiG Q is a written quiz for solo participants, with 120 questions to be
answered in 90 minutes. Entry to the quiz is free, and open to all, from the
youngest school student to the sprightliest senior citizen. This annual event is
conducted by the Sunday Evening Quiz Club (SEQC), with the aim of identifying
the best quizzer in Goa. The inaugural edition, held in September last year, saw
more than 80 participants take the challenge in Panjim, Vasco and Margao. This
year, Ponda was added to the list, and the number of participants across the
four venues rose by 50% to top 120.

The complete list of scores for all participants will be up for review on the
SEQC blog (http://seqc.blogspot.com) by the end of this week.
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
Aniruddha Sen Gupta
2010-10-22 05:22:02 UTC
Permalink
The Best-in-Goa Quizzer (BiG Q) this year turned out to be someone from outside
Goa. Arun Hiregange, a Bangalore quizzer acknowledged as being among the top 10
in India, was in town for the weekend, and scored 78 points to emerge on top in
the quiz held on Sunday, October 17.

A Karnataka Quizzing Association counterpart of Hiregange's, Tejaswi Udupa, took
the Best Open Quizzer prize at Panjim, with a score of 77, while Rajiv D'Silva
finished close behind at 73. Other top finishers were Dr V. Muralidharan (Best
Open Quizzer in Margao with 66 points), Ajachi Chakrabarti (who topped in Vasco
with 65) and Anirudha Borkar (the Ponda winner with 58).

In the Schools category, Raj Kunkolienkar of Mushtifund Higher Secondary won the
top spot in Panjim with 44 points, fending off a close challenge from Julian
D'Costa, the Best School Quizzer (BSQ) in Margao with 43. The Schools category
toppers in Vasco and Ponda were Anurag Panicker (30 points) and Shraddha Moye
(16), respectively.

The BiG Q is a written quiz for solo participants, with 120 questions to be
answered in 90 minutes. Entry to the quiz is free, and open to all, from the
youngest school student to the sprightliest senior citizen. This annual event is
conducted by the Sunday Evening Quiz Club (SEQC), with the aim of identifying
the best quizzer in Goa. The inaugural edition, held in September last year, saw
more than 80 participants take the challenge in Panjim, Vasco and Margao. This
year, Ponda was added to the list, and the number of participants across the
four venues rose by 50% to top 120.

The complete list of scores for all participants will be up for review on the
SEQC blog (http://seqc.blogspot.com) by the end of this week.
Aniruddha Sen Gupta

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