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Welcome to your Check your Facts: 3

What Jhumpa Lahiri short story ends with Mr Kapasi saving Bobby from a monkey attack?
Edmund Barton, a former politician, and a judge served as the first Prime Minister of which country between 1901 and 1903?
In which mythology, there are Nine Hells, each worse than the last, until reaching the final level where they faced the God of death, Tezcatlipoca?
Tamzin Merchant, a British actress was originally cast as what role in the unaired pilot episode of Game of Thrones?
Which Indian state's name comes from the Indo Aryan word for Uneven?
Who holds the record for the highest score in both test and first-class cricket?
Fit-fit, also called fir-fir is a typical breakfast food item (shredded injera, spices, onions, and clarified butter) from East Africa. In which country would you typically find this?
Among the six women who were married to King Henry VIII, which first name was common among three of his six wives?
Which Swiss artist known for her exhibits in the United States early on in her career was born to renowned artists Jean _______ and Eva Aeppli?
The Law of Triads formulated by Johann Wolfgang Dobereiner, a German chemist, was one of the earlier proposals concerning what topic in chemistry?

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