1. This American singer cum songwriter’s middle name was Donald. His interests included many religions, which are reflected in his songs as well as his band name is usually connected with Buddhism. He committed suicide at the tender age of 27, in 1994. Name the singer.
2. First used by Hungarian photographer and journalist Robert Capa, this term was used to describe people after the “baby boomer” era following the Second World War ended. It was made popular in culture by the author of Microserfs, Douglas Coupland. Which term?
3. This organization came into being from a treaty signed in 1949. Originally a political organization, it also built up a military presence with troops from its member countries after the Korean war. It is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium and count 28 countries as part of it. Which organization?
4. Born with surname of Godwin, she later became the wife of one of the celebrated Romantic poets. She is best known for her work which now is used to describe something dangerous which has turned against its creator. She was also the author of the novel ‘Mathilda’. Name the author.
5. This company was originally created in 1979 as a holding company. It owns a variety of companies which publish books, newspapers, music, magazines and movies. One of its companies publishes the most tracked stock market index in the world. Which company?
1. Kurt Cobain.
2. Generation X.
4. Mary Shelley.
5. News Corporation.