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hey guys anybody here .....quiz freaks , like to read works of hailey,grisham,toffler.....come less jig it out
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My old signature does not fit here :(
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absoluly correct !!
and yes master he worked with the KGB too!

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Puys,

here is the next one:

Born to parents who survived the siege of Leningrad,he learnt the Russian martial art Sambo and then later switched to the Olympic sport of Judo. he has achieved the rank of the 6th dan (red/white belt) and is the co-author along with Vasily Shestakov and Alexei Levistky of the 2004 publication: " Judo: History, Theory and Practice"

Name this tough guy.

Russian Prez Putin :)
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Puys,

here is the next one:

Born to parents who survived the siege of Leningrad,he learnt the Russian martial art Sambo and then later switched to the Olympic sport of Judo. he has achieved the rank of the 6th dan (red/white belt) and is the co-author along with Vasily Shestakov and Alexei Levistky of the 2004 publication: " Judo: History, Theory and Practice"

Name this tough guy.

Vladimir Putin.

Did you know that he also worked for KGB during the Cold War days and was accused of spying during the Reagan Administration?

Regards,
Grondmaster
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Puys,

here is the next one:

Born to parents who survived the siege of Leningrad,he learnt the Russian martial art Sambo and then later switched to the Olympic sport of Judo. he has achieved the rank of the 6th dan (red/white belt) and is the co-author along with Vasily Shestakov and Alexei Levistky of the 2004 publication: " Judo: History, Theory and Practice"

Name this tough guy.

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sarkardebashish Says
BULLSEYE!


Debashish Sarkar! Hmm, you don't happen to be the RED LOVING SPT FIRST BATCH lad about whom Pandey, Yadav, and Anoon keep telling me about, are you?? :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
More likely to be found here: facebook.com/neil.mukherjee17
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datta123 Says
MASTERMIND :grin:

BULLSEYE!
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Well the next one... Here it comes:

This British television show devised by Bill Henry drew inspiration from his experiences of being interrogated by the Gestapo during WW II. identify the TV show?



MASTERMIND :grin:
You may say I am a DREAMER, but I am not the only ONE.
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Sorry folks.Got the wrong name. it is Bill Wright and not Henry

Well the next one... Here it comes:

This British television show devised by Bill Wright drew inspiration from his experiences of being interrogated by the Gestapo during WW II. identify the TV show?


Sorry folks.Got the wrong name. it is Bill Wright and not Henry
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Well the next one... Here it comes:

This British television show devised by Bill Henry drew inspiration from his experiences of being interrogated by the Gestapo during WW II. identify the TV show?

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