Thank you for your enthusiastic participation in the fourth Law Biriyani, our fortnightly law quiz. Between 10 am yesterday and 11 am today, we received many entries where all the answers to our six questions were correct. The first person to correctly answer all six questions was Navneet Krishna. He wins Rs. 8000/- worth of discounts to do any course or certification on myLaw.net.
The answers are below.
A1. The data illustrated shows the number of people executed in 2013.
A2. Money laundering
A3. Ghoncheh Ghavami was trying to attend a men’s volleyball match at a Tehran stadium, where Iran’s national volleyball team was to play Italy.
A4. The word for God in the Malay language is “Allah” and it is reserved for usage only by Muslims. State regulations ban a list of words, including Allah, in any non-Muslim context.
A5. Leila Seth. She was the first woman judge of the Delhi High Court and the first woman to become Chief Justice of a high court. Talking of Justice was released in October, 2014 and contains essays on key points of law and human rights including the rights of women and children, judicial administration, and the gender sensitisation of the judiciary.
A6. Indira’s grandfather is Raja Ravi Varma. The movie Rang Rasiya, while made sometime in 2008, is only being released now. Directed by Ketan Mehta, it is based on Ranjit Desai’s book on the celebrated nineteenth century painter, played by Randeep Hooda.
Law Biriyani is prepared by Walnut Knowledge Solutions (www.walnuts.co.in), a Bangalore-based organisation founded by two lawyers, Raghav Chakravarthy and Sachin Ravi, focused on quizzing and the use of knowledge-based tools for engagement, learning, and development.