Daily Puzzle Questions (18-03-2020)

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Puzzle 1

Aman, Maria, Joshua, Kevin, Saurabh and Deepika have come to participate in an inter-school sports meet held in Chennai. They play different sports and belong to different cities. The six sports are Cricket, Tennis, Hockey, Football, Badminton and Volleyball, and the six cities are Chandigarh, Pune, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bhopal and Delhi.

Kevin does not belong to Kolkata. The student who is from Mumbai does not play Volleyball. Saurabh belongs to neither Mumbai nor Kolkata. Aman is from Chandigarh. Neither Joshua nor Kevin plays Tennis. The student who plays Hockey belongs to Bhopal. Maria plays Volleyball. Deepika, who plays neither Cricket nor Tennis, belongs to Delhi. The student who is from Kolkata plays Badminton.

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Puzzle 2

Subhash Kapoor, Dibakar Kumar, David Ghai, Sooraj Advani, Nikhil Bajpai and Vinod Bhatt are six renowned film- makers who specialize in six different genres – Comedy, Thriller, Satire, Horror, Action and Drama – and belong to six different cities – Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Kolkata – not necessarily in the same order.

Dibakar Kumar belongs to Kolkata. The film-maker who specializes in Action doesn’t belong to Kolkata. Sooraj Advani specializes in Thriller and doesn’t belong to Delhi. The film-maker who specializes in Drama belongs to Bengaluru. David Ghai doesn’t belong to Bengaluru. Subhash Kapoor belongs to Mumbai, and he specializes in neither Horror nor Action. Vinod Bhatt doesn’t belong to Delhi and doesn’t specialize in Drama. The film-maker who specializes in Satire belongs to Hyderabad.

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Puzzle 3

Aston, Karamvir, Lalit, Phil, Dracs and Maxie, who represent six different companies – Microsoft, Google, GE, Unilever, IBM and Nestle – are sitting at a circular table, not necessarily in the given order, facing the centre. Each man is wearing a shirt of a different colour among White, Pink, Red, Brown, Blue and Black, again in no particular order.

The Microsoft’s representative is wearing neither a black nor a brown shirt. The Google’s representative is not wearing a black shirt. Karamvir is neither from Unilever nor wearing a red shirt. The only person sitting between Dracs and Maxie is wearing a pink shirt. Maxie is wearing a white shirt and he is sitting to the immediate left of the person who is wearing a red shirt. The person in black shirt is sitting at a position diametrically opposite that of the representative of Nestle. GE’s representative is sitting to the immediate left of the person who is wearing a brown shirt. The person wearing a white shirt is sitting to the immediate right of Unilever’s representative. Phil is wearing a blue shirt and he is from GE. He is sitting at a position diametrically opposite that of the person in pink shirt. Aston is not wearing a red shirt.

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Puzzle 4

Four Indians – Nathan, Bill, Jason and Rahul – and four Australians – Arif, Taskin, Michael and Sachin – are sitting around a circular table. Two Indians and two Australians are facing the centre of the table, while the rest four persons have their backs towards the centre.

Jason is sitting at the second position to the left of Michael. Arif is sitting at the third position to the left of Taskin. Nathan is the third person to the right of Rahul, who is facing the centre. Bill and Sachin are sitting at diametrically opposite positions and facing each other. None of them is sitting next to Rahul or Arif. No three Australians are sitting together. Michael is not sitting next to Rahul.

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Puzzle 5

The top eight ranks in a city-level inter-school debate competition are bagged by the students of top three city schools – APS, KCM and VLP. The eight toppers are Ira, Kavya, Charvi, Sana, Jiya, Riya, Tanya and Myra, in no particular order. Three of them study in KCM, three in APS and two in VLP.

The girl who gets Rank 1 does not study in VLP. Jiya’s rank is better than that of Kavya. The girl who gets Rank 8 does not study in KCM. Sana studies in APS. Riya’s rank is better than that of both Ira and Sana, but worse than that of both Myra and Kavya. Tanya studies neither in KCM nor in VLP. Jiya, who does not study in KCM, gets Rank 2. Tanya’s rank is worse than that of Sana but better than that of Ira. Myra, who gets Rank 4, studies in APS. Kavya does not study in VLP.

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