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MOST REPEATED MCQ IN PPSC, FPSC, NTS, AND OTS

MOST REPEATED MCQ IN PPSC, FPSC, NTS, AND OTS

Written By Vaneeze Meher

  • The motto of UNO is _________.
  • It’s your world!
  • Life for All!
  • Peace!
  • Love and Peace!
  • The world’s highest mountain is in __________.
  • China
  • Pakistan
  • Nepal
  • India
  • The headquarter of Red Cross is in _________.
  • New York
  • Washington
  • Geneva
  • The Hague
  • World Trade Organization was established in __________.
  • 1980
  • 1985
  • 1990
  • 1995
  • The North Atlantic treaty (NATO) was signed in __________.
  • 1945
  • 1947
  • 1949
  • 1951
  • Which country, on the map of world, appears as “Long Shoe”?
  • Portugal
  • Italy
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Which from the following countries is NOT a member of D-8?
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • Nigeria
  • Turkey
  • The largest ocean of the world is __________.
  • Atlantic
  • Pacific
  • Indian
  • None of these
  • Which from the following countries does NOT ield veto-power?
  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • France
  • OIC changed its name from Organisation of the Islamic Conference to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in _________.
  • 1991
  • 1999
  • 2001
  • 2011
  • The most powerful organ of United Nations is _________.
  • General Assembly
  • Security Council
  • Secretariat
  • International Court of Justice
  • The Headquarter of Green Peace International is located in _________.
  • Amserdam
  • Geneva
  • Lisbon
  • Austria
  • 3 May is observed Internationally as _________.
  • Labour Day
  • Environment Day
  • Earth Day
  • Press Freedom Day
  • The Capital of Canada is __________.
  • Tirane
  • Ottawa
  • Athens
  • Luxembourg
  • Suez Canal is between __________.
  • Arabian Sea and Red Sea
  • Red Sea and North Sea
  • Mediterranean Sea and North Sea
  • Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea
  • The permanent Secretariat of SAARC is located in __________.
  • Islamabad, Pakistan
  • New Delhi, India
  • Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Which from the following countries is NOT a member of European Union?
  • Norway
  • Ireland
  • Malta
  • Estonia
  • The currency of Israel is _________.
  • Euro
  • Shekel
  • Forint
  • Krone
  • The largest democratic country in the world is _________.
    • United States
    • United Kingdom
    • China
    • India
  • The permanent Secretariat of OIC is located in _________.
    • Makkah
    • Madina
    • Jeddah
    • Riyadh
  • The highest part of the Earth is __________ .
    • Mount Everest
    • K2
    • Norway
    • North Pole
  • The lowest part of the Earth is __________ .
    • Dead Sea
    • Mariana Trench
    • South Africa
    • South Pole
  • The deepest part of the Earth is __________ .
    • Dead Sea
    • Mariana Trench
    • South Africa
    • South Pole
  • The headquarter of Amnesty International is in _________.
    • Amsterdam
    • Geneva
    • London
    • Berlin
  • The headquarter of Transparency International is in _________.
    • Amsterdam
    • Geneva
    • London
    • Berlin
  • The biggest Island of the World is _________.
    • Iceland
    • Greenland
    • England
    • Sri Lanka
  • 22 April is observed internationally as _________.
    • Labor Day
    • Environment Day
    • Earth Day
    • Press Freedom Day
  • Yellow Sea lies between __________.
    • America and Canada
    • England and France
    • China and Korea
    • Norway and Sweden
  • The smallest Sea of the World is __________.
    • Dead Sea
    • Red Sea
    • Baltic Sea
    • Arabian Sea
  • World’s famous bridge “Golden Gate” is in __________.
    • San Francisco
    • New Delhi
    • France
    • Sydney
  • Which country is called “Land of Thousand Islands”?
    • Malaysia
    • Indonesia
    • Ireland
    • Finland
  • Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately __________ islands.
    • 10,000
    • 12,500
    • 15,000
    • 17,500
  • Which country is called the “Land of Golden Fibre”?
    • United States
    • South Korea
    • Bangladesh
    • India
  • Which country is called the “Land of thousand Lakes”?
    • Indonesia
    • Finland
    • Iceland
    • Scotland
  • Vienna is the capital of _________.
    • Austria
    • Switzerland
    • Cyprus
    • Denmark
  • The capital of Czech Republic is?
    • Nicosia
    • Dublin
    • Bern
    • Prague
  • AFP is the news agency of _________.
    • Germany
    • France
    • Syria
    • Yemen
  • ANTARA is the news agency of _________.
    • Indonesia
    • Syria
    • Yemen
    • Jordan
  • Emirates is an airline of _________.
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Qatar
    • UAE
    • Malaysia
  • Qantas is an airline of __________.
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Australia
    • UAE
    • Malaysia
  • The world’s longest bridge, Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge, is in __________ .
    • United States
    • Russia
    • China
    • Canada
  • The world’s longest bridge over water, Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, is in __________.
    • United States
    • Russia
    • China
    • Canada
  • What was the nationality of Alfred Nobel?
    • American
    • British
    • German
    • Swedish
  • The first Nobel Prize was awarded in __________ .
    • 1895
    • 1901
    • 1907
    • 1913
  • The Nobel Prize has been awarded in __________ fields.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • The Nobel Peace Prize 2012 in the field of “Peace” was awarded to?
    • European Union (EU)
    • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
    • Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
    • United Nations Security Council
  • SANA is the news agency of _________.
    • Saudi Arabia
    • UAE
    • Syria
    • Yemen
  • Saba is the news agency of _________.
    • Indonesia
    • Syria
    • Yemen
    • Jordan
  • KLM is an airline of __________.
    • Australia
    • Germany
    • Netherlands
    • Austria
  • Etihad Airways is an airline of __________.
    • United Arab Emirates
    • Qatar
    • Russia
    • Canada
  • The Earth surface is divided in __________ Continents.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • The Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________.
    • Asia
    • Europe
    • Africa
    • North America
  • The second Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________.
    • Asia
    • Europe
    • Africa
    • North America
  • The Smallest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________.
    • Antarctica
    • Australia
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • The Earth’s Oceanic water is divided in __________ oceans.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • The Earth’s Largest ocean is __________ .
    • Atlantic
    • Arctic
    • Indian
    • Pacific
  • The Earth’s second Largest ocean is __________ .
    • Atlantic
    • Arctic
    • Indian
    • Pacific
  • The Earth’s Smallest ocean is __________ .
    • Atlantic
    • Arctic
    • Indian
    • Pacific
  • The world’s Largest Lake is?
    • Caspian Sea
    • Lake Superior
    • Lake Victoria
    • Great Bear Lake
  • The hottest desert of the world is?
    • Sahara Desert
    • Arabian Desert
    • Cholistan Desert
    • Arctic Desert
  • The first Secretary General of United Nations was?
    • Dag Hammarskjold
    • Kurt Walheion
    • U Thant
    • Trygue Lie
  • World War I was began in?
    • 1912
    • 1914
    • 1916
    • 1918
  • World War I was end in?
    • 1912
    • 1914
    • 1916
    • 1918
  • World War II was began in?
    • 1935
    • 1937
    • 1939
    • 1941
  • World War II was end in?
    • 1939
    • 1941
    • 1943
    • 1945
  • The world’s deadliest conflict was?
    • World War I
    • World War II
    • Mongol Conquests
    • Taiping Rebellion
  • The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on?
    • 3 August 1945
    • 6 August 1945
    • 9 August 1945
    • 12 August 1945
  • What was the name of Atomic Bomb that dropped on the city of Hiroshima?
    • Little Boy
    • Fat Boy
    • Little Man
    • Fat Man
  • The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki on?
    • 3 August 1945
    • 6 August 1945
    • 9 August 1945
    • 12 August 1945
  • What was the name of Atomic Bomb that dropped on the city of Nagasaki?
    • Little Boy
    • Fat Boy
    • Little Man
    • Fat Man
  • NATO is a/an __________ alliance.
    • military
    • economic
    • regional
    • cultural
  • The oldest news agency in the world is?
    • AFP
    • WAFA
    • BBC
    • CNN
  • The Suez Canal is in __________ .
    • Nigeria
    • Libya
    • Egypt
    • Palestine
  • The Delaware river is in __________ .
    • United States
    • Canada
    • China
    • United Kingdom
  • The main structural work of the Eiffel Tower was completed in?
    • 1883
    • 1885
    • 1887
    • 1889
  • The height of Eiffel Tower is __________ feet.
    • 1063
    • 1067
    • 1073
    • 1077
  • Reuters is the news agency of __________ .
    • United States
    • United Kingdom
    • France
    • Germany
  • WAFA is the news agency of __________ .
    • Palestine
    • Iraq
    • Qatar
    • Egypt
  • The capital of Saudi Arabia is?
    • Makkah
    • Madina
    • Taif
    • Riyadh
  • The currency of Qatar is?
    • Dollar
    • Dinar
    • Dirham
    • Riyal
  • Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was founded on __________ .
    • September 25, 1966
    • September 25, 1967
    • September 25, 19698
    • September 25, 1969
  • The OIC was founded in __________ .
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Iraq
    • Qatar
    • Morocco
  • The 6th organ, “Trusteeship Council” of the United Nations suspended operation on November 01, 1994, with the independence of _________.
    • Chad
    • Sudan
    • Palau
    • Tunisia
  • The United Nations has __________ principal organs.
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
  • The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was founded on __________ .
    • 27 December 1944
    • 27 December 1945
    • 27 December 1946
    • 27 December 1947
  • The social network site “Twitter” was launched on __________ .
    • July 15, 2003
    • July 15, 2004
    • July 15, 2005
    • July 15, 2006
  • The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was formed in?
    • 1958
    • 1960
    • 1962
    • 1964
  • 8 March is observed internationally as?
    • Women’s Day
    • World Water Day
    • World Health Day
    • Human Rights Day
  • 22 March is observed internationally as?
    • Women’s Day
    • World Water Day
    • World Health Day
    • Human Rights Day
  • 7 April is observed internationally as?
    • Women’s Day
    • World Water Day
    • World Health Day
    • Human Rights Day
  • The soviet media theory had its roots in
  • Italian Fascist philosophy
  • Free enterprize approach of west
  • German ideology
  • Japanese imperialist edicts
  • The monetary unit of Bangladesh is
    • Lek
    • Taka
    • Shilling
    • Kyat
  • JEEVIKA, is the Rural Livelihoods project of which of the following State Governments
    • West Bengal
    • Punjab
    • Bihar
    • Uttar Pradesh
  • What is the capital of Vietnam
    • Dhaka
    • Ajmaan
    • Hanoi
    • none of these
  • Hitler party which came into power in 1933 is known as
    • Labour Party
    • Nazi Party
    • Ku-Klux-Klan
    • Democratic Party
  • For which of the following disciplines is Nobel Prize awarded
    • Physics and Chemistry
    • Physiology or Medicine
    • Literature, Peace and Economics
    • all of these
  • Garampani sanctuary is located at
    • Diphu, Assam
    • Junagarh, Gujarat
    • Kohima, Nagaland
    • Gangtok, Sikkim
  • Eritrea, which became the 182nd member of the UN in 1993, is in the continent of
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Europe
    • Australia
  • The height of all 4 Minars of Badshai Mosque are
    • 170 feet
    • 172 feet
    • 175 feet
    • 177 feet
  • Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world’s
    • largest railway station
    • highest railway station
    • longest railway station
    • none of these
  • Who made the design of Pakistan’s first Stamp Ticket
    • Rehmat Ali
    • Abdur-rehaman Chugtai
    • Waqar-ul-Hassan
    • none of these
  • Which bay of the Atlantic, between northern Spain and western France, is noted for its rough seas and high tides
    • Bay of Biscay
    • Bay of Arizona
    • Bay of northern hemisphere
    • none of these
  • Thomas Cup is associated with which Game
    • badminton
    • football
    • hockey
    • none of these
  • Largest Arms Importer of the World is
    • Africa
    • China
    • India
    • Bangladesh
  • Ariana is airlines of which country
    • China
    • Indonesia
    • Pakistan
    • Afghanistan
  • FFC stands for
    • Foreign Finance Corporation
    • Film Finance Corporation
    • Federation of Football Council
    • none of these
  • What name is given to members of the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus
    • Jesus
    • Jesuits
    • both a and b
    • none of these
  • Epsom (England) is the place associated with
    • horse racing
    • polo
    • shooting
    • snooker
  • Who was the first person to address the United Nations in Hindi
    • A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
    • Narendra Modi
    • Atal Behari Vajpayee
    • Manmohan Singh
  • The availability of cash and other cash-like marketable instruments that are useful in purchases and investments are commonly known as
    • marketability
    • cash crunch
    • credit
    • liquidity
  • When did Fatima Jinnah joined All India Muslim league
    • 1939
    • 1927
    • 1947
    • 1949
  • First human heart transplant operation conducted by Dr. Christian Bernard on Louis Washkansky, was conducted in
    • 1968
    • 1967
    • 1958
    • none of these
  • Which sign of the zodiac is also called The Waterbearer
    • Scorpio
    • Leo
    • Gemini
    • Aquarius
  • Habeas Corpus Act 1679
    • states that no one was to be imprisoned without a writ or warrant stating the charge against him
    • provided facilities to a prisoner to obtain either speedy trial or release in bail
    • safeguarded the personal liberties of the people against arbitrary imprisonment by the king’s orders
    • all of these
  • Which of the following is NOT a missile developed by the Defence Research and Development. Organisation (DRDO)
    • Shaurya
    • Agni
    • Pinaka
    • Brahmos
  • The 3rd SAARC Ministerial Level Meet on Poverty held in which among the following countries
    • Bangladesh
    • India
    • Nepal
    • Buhtan
  • Which common childhood illness related to shingles is also called varicella
    • measles
    • mumps
    • polio
    • chickenpox
  • Of which Caribbean country is Montego Bay the main tourist centre
    • Toronto
    • New York
    • Jamaica
    • Paris
  • The name of which Roman god means ‘shining father’ in Latin
    • mercury
    • jupiter
    • venus
    • pluto
  • The largest peninsula in the world is
    • Arabia
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • The 16th NAM (Non-Aligned Movement) Summit 2012 was held in
    • Tehran
    • Delhi
    • Singapore
    • London
  • Which one of the following countries made an exit from Kyoto Protocol
    • France
    • India
    • Canada
    • China
  • Quid-e-Azam’s mother tongue was
    • Gujrati
    • Urdu
    • Hindi
    • none of these
  • Which SAARC Member Country has Largest Literacy Rate
    • Bangladesh
    • Sri Lanka
    • China
    • Indonesia
  • Pakistan’s National Flag was prepared by
    • Abdur-rehaman Chugtai
    • Liaqat Ali
    • Chaudhary Rehmat Ali
    • Ameer-ud-din Qadwai
  • How many counters has each player in a game of backgammon
    • 15
    • 12
    • 10
    • 16
  • Which Country is the Second largest Arms Exporter of the World
    • India
    • Russia
    • China
    • America
  • Which is the largest Oil Producing Member Country of OPEC
    • Kuwait
    • Bahrain
    • Qatar
    • Saudi Arabia
  • Which food item takes its name from the French for twice cooked
    • burger
    • pizza
    • biscuit
    • none of these
  • Which Country has the oldest monarchy
    • Turkey
    • Japan
    • Rome
    • Ireland
  • ITAR-TASS is the news agency of which country
    • Russia
    • China
    • India
    • Afghanistan
  • Pakistan’s standard time was suggested by
    • Liaqat Ali
    • Maulana Mazhar-ud-din
    • Chaudhary Rehmat Ali
    • Proffessor Muhammad Anwar
  • Golf player Vijay Singh belongs to which country
    • USA
    • Fiji
    • India
    • UK
  • Guarantee to an exporter that the importer of his goods will pay immediately for the goods ordered by him, is known as
    • Letter of Credit (L/C)
    • laissezfaire
    • inflation
    • none of these
  • First Afghan War took place in
    • 1838
    • 1837
    • 1839
    • 1840
  • Gulf cooperation council was originally formed by
    • Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates
    • Second World Nations
    • Third World Nations
    • Fourth World Nations
  • First China War was fought between
    • China and Britain
    • China and France
    • China and Egypt
    • China and Greek
  • Pakistan’s first coin was issued on
    • 3rd june 1948
    • 6th june 1949
    • 3rd January 1948
    • none of these
  • Attock fort was constructed by
    • Jahangeer
    • Aurangzeb
    • Akbar
    • none of these
  • Mancher lake situated in
    • Sawat
    • Dadu
    • Muree
    • Gilgit
  • What are the flat, treeless plains of Argentina called
    • Pampas
    • Moss
    • Lichen
    • none of these
  • What name is given to the programs run by a computer, as opposed to the hardware
    • program
    • software
    • input
    • output
  • Who wrote David Copperfield
    • Charles Dickens
    • William Wordsworth
    • Shakespeare
    • none of these
  • The name of which animal is an Aboriginal term meaning ‘no water’
    • Rat
    • Snake
    • Koala
    • Lizard
  • Which animal has the biggest eyes of any living creature
    • Elephant
    • Kangaroo
    • Owl
    • Horse
  • The Wrigley Building is located in which US city
    • New York
    • Chicago
    • Hawai
    • none of these
  • Which is known as City of Skyscrapers
    • New York
    • Paris
    • Belgium
    • Chicago
  • The capital of Canada is
    • Toronto
    • Brussels
    • Ottawa
    • Bogota
  • Driest place in the world is
    • Death Valley(California)
    • Sahara(Africa)
    • Barmer(Rajasthan)
    • none of these
  • Largest Museum in the world is in
    • USA
    • China
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • World environment day is on
    • 5th June
    • 5th May
    • 2 June
    • 2 May
  • The world oldest known city is
    • Tokyo
    • Damascus
    • Paris
    • Beijing
  • Hindenburg Line is in between
    • India and China
    • Germany and Poland
    • France and Germany
    • India and Pakistan
  • Highest Dam in world is
    • Hirakud Dam on the river Mahanadi-Orissa
    • Bhakra Nangal on river Sutlej
    • The Grande(Switzerland)
    • none of these
  • The first prime minister of Bangladesh was
    • Liaqat Ali
    • Mujibur Rehman
    • Yahya Khan
    • Zia-ul-Haq
  • Headquarter of Ghandhara civilization is in
    • Khatmandu
    • Larkana
    • Quetta
    • Taxilla
  • Which country is largest in area
    • China
    • Canada
    • Russia
    • India
  • The largest planet is
    • Jupiter
    • Mercury
    • Venus
    • Earth
  • In which country did the rottweiler originate
    • America
    • Africa
    • China
    • Germany
  • Which colour is produced by adding together yellow and cyan
    • Green
    • Red
    • Blue
    • Pink
  • Where the biggest Salt Mine located in Pakistan
    • Mangora
    • Jhelum
    • Sawat
    • none of these
  • The most beautiful stone-Marble is extracted from which province of Pakistan
    • Punjab
    • Sindh
    • NWFP
    • Baluchistan
  • On which area of the moon did Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins make their landing on 20 July 1969
    • Sea of Tranquility
    • unkonown place of moon
    • centre of moon
    • none of these
  • What name is more commonly given to a tree of the genus Taxus
    • Oak
    • Yew
    • Plum
    • Gum
  • The longest river in Pakistan is
    • River Ravi
    • River Sindh
    • River Cheenab
    • River Jehlum
  • In which cartoon series do the characters Chef and Cartman appear
    • Tom and Jerry
    • The Snow white
    • Cindrella
    • South Park
  • In which country is the port of Dieppe
    • Turkey
    • Germany
    • France
    • Italy
  • In which country are the headquarters of the multinational company Nestle
    • Switzerland
    • Venice
    • Japan
    • Norway
  • Which two primary colours are mixed to make purple
    • red and green
    • red and blue
    • red and yellow
    • red and white
  • What type of creature is a fulmar
    • A reptile
    • An insect
    • A dog
    • A bird
  • Who was the first president of the United States of America
    • George Washington
    • George Harrison
    • Robert Zemeckis
    • none of these
  • Which is the national flower of Pakistan
    • Lilly
    • Rose
    • Jasmine
    • Tulip
  • Where is the tomb of Mughal Emperor Jahangir
    • Sialkot
    • Multan
    • Lahore
    • Karachi
  • Which city in Switzerland was the headquarters of the League of Nations
    • Brussels
    • Geneva
    • Canberra
    • none of these
  • At which sport have Keiji, Okada and Yuko Hasama been world champions
    • Bedminton
    • Polo
    • Table tennis
    • Karate
  • In which US state is the port of Tarpon Springs
    • Florida
    • Hawaii
    • Virginia
    • none of these
  • Ice cream was first produced in which country in the 17th century
    • England
    • Italy
    • France
    • Germany
  • The total Area of the Capital of Pakistan ‘Islamabad’ is
    • 800 sq Km
    • 850 sq Km
    • 900 sq Km
    • 907 sq Km
  • What is the official language of Mexico
    • Spanish
    • French
    • Italian
    • English
  • What is the standard monetary unit of Turkey
    • Lira
    • Penny
    • Euro
    • Dollar
  • What is the capital of Queensland, Australia
    • Brisbane
    • Brussels
    • Beijing
    • Doha
  • In which century did the Crimean War take place
    • 18th
    • 19th
    • 17th
    • 16th
  • In which US state is the city of Tallahassee
    • Virginia
    • Hawai
    • Florida
    • none of these
  • Who starred as Superman in the 1970s and 1980s film series
    • Christopher Reeve
    • John Belushi
    • Cilla Black
    • none of these
  • Which is the national bird of Pakistan
    • Markhor
    • Parrot
    • Pigeon
    • Chakor
  • Who was the second wife of King Henry VIII of England
    • Anne Boleyn
    • Queen Elizabeth
    • Lady Diana
    • none of these
  • The Painted Desert lies in which US state
    • Florida
    • Arizona
    • Hawaii
    • Virginia
  • In which year did the Titanic sink on its maiden voyage
    • 1913
    • 1914
    • 1912
    • 1915
  • Which country is the world’s largest producer of coffee
    • Taiwan
    • UK
    • Brazil
    • Switzerland
  • What is the capital of Libya
    • Kabul
    • Ajmaan
    • Doha
    • Tripoli
  • What are the three main languages of Switzerland
    • German, French and Italian
    • German, French and English
    • German, French and Spanish
    • English, French and Italian
  • The Second largest city of Pakistan is
    • Rawalpindi
    • Lahore
    • Multan
    • Quetta
  • The large moon Miranda is a satellite of which planet of the solar system
    • Neptune
    • Pluto
    • Uranus
    • Jupiter
  • Of which country is Margrethe II the reigning queen
    • Turkey
    • Switzerland
    • Denmark
    • Italy
  • Mount Cook is the highest mountain of which nation in the South Pacific
    • Canada
    • Brazil
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
  • What sort of creature is a margay
    • Dog
    • Cat
    • Bird
    • Insect
  • In which European city are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the Kremlin
    • Moscow
    • Paris
    • Brussels
    • Manchester
  • How many white stars are on the national flag of the USA
    • 20
    • 30
    • 40
    • 50
  • A howdah is a seat used for riding on the back of which animal
    • Horse
    • Bull
    • Elephant
    • Donkey
  • In which US state is the city of San Diego
    • California
    • Arizona
    • Florida
    • Virginia
  • Who was the Greek goddess of war and wisdom
    • Athena
    • Lakshmi
    • Ganga
    • None of these
  • What is the world’s largest living mammal
    • Elephant
    • Blue Whale
    • Shark
    • Giraffe
  • In 1976, Israeli troops stormed a hijacked plane at which Ugandan airport
    • Entebbe
    • Turin
    • Venice
    • None of these
  • What is the name of the large salty lake which lies between Israel and Jordan
    • Salt Lake
    • Dead Sea
    • Death Lake
    • None of these
  • In which sport is the term ‘hookcheck’ often used
    • Polo
    • Ice hockey
    • Football
    • Badminton
  • Which river flows through the Sea of Galilee
    • River Nile
    • River Beijing
    • River Jordan
    • None of these
  • Gatun Lake is part of which canal
    • Indus canal
    • Pacific canal
    • both a and b
    • Panama Canal
  • In US politics, who carries the nickname ‘the Veep’
    • President
    • General Secretory
    • Vice-President
    • Clerk
  • Which is Australia’s largest city by population
    • Sydney
    • Melbourne
    • Perth
    • None of these
  • How many squares has a chessboard
    • 24
    • 52
    • 45
    • 64
  • What colour is the ball worth three points in snooker
    • Red
    • Green
    • Black
    • Yellow
  • Which country is the most popular destination for foreign tourists
    • France
    • Germany
    • Switzerland
    • Australia
  • The Flathead Lake Monster is said to exist in which US state
    • Florida
    • Arizona
    • Virginia
    • Montana
  • Who wrote Arms and the Man and Man and Superman
    • William Wordsworth
    • Shakespeare
    • George Bernard Shaw
    • None of these
  • Which US president was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth
    • Richard Branson
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • Nicholas Monsarrat
    • George Bush
  • What sort of creature is a hairstreak
    • Bird
    • Butterfly
    • Cat
    • Dog
  • What number is between five and one on a dartboard
    • 20
    • 10
    • 3
    • 15
  • Which continent comprises the land around the South Pole
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Europe
    • Antarctica
  • Which English romantic poet wrote Endymion
    • William Wordsworth
    • Shakespeare
    • John Keats
    • George Bernard Shaw
  • Which bird with a distinctive call lays its eggs in the nests of other birds
    • Sparrow
    • Parrot
    • Humming bird
    • Cuckoo
  • Who was the first Emperor in China
    • Sun Yat Sen
    • Kublai Khan
    • Qin Shi Huagdi
    • None of these
  • Which body of water separates the North Island and South Island of New Zealand
    • Bass Strait
    • Megellan Strait
    • Strait of Bonifacio
    • Cook Strait
  • To which country did the Dc-10 belong which exploded in air over Niger on September 19,1989
    • UK
    • Israel
    • Suriname
    • France
  • On Which sea is the island of Corfu situated
    • Black sea
    • Mediterranean sea
    • Adriatic Sea
    • Baltic Sea
  • What was the United States largest single land acquisition
    • Louisiana Purchase
    • Garsden Purchase
    • Alaska
    • Maxican Cessation
  • What is the second largest desert in the world after the Sahara desert
    • Gobi Desert
    • Arabian Desert
    • Kalahari Desert
    • Libyan Desert
  • What country was Band Aid’s 1984 record produced to raise money for
    • Bangladesh
    • Ethiopia
    • Kenya
    • Morocco
  • For the Olympics and World Tournaments, the dimensions of basketball court are
    • 26 m x 14 m
    • 28 m x 15 m
    • 27 m x 16 m
    • 28 m x 16 m
  • Each year World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is celebrated on
    • May 8
    • May 18
    • June 8
    • June 18
  • Who was the first U.S President who was not from Massachusetts or Virginia
    • James Madison
    • James Polk
    • Andrew Jackson
    • None of these
  • Federation Cup, World Cup, Allywyn International Trophy and Challenge Cup are awarded to winners of
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball
    • Basketball
    • Cricket
  • Famous sculptures depicting art of love built some time in 950 AD – 1050 AD are
    • Khajuraho temples
    • Jama Masjid
    • Sun temple
    • Mahabalipuram temples
  • In what state is the geographic center of the United States located
    • Montana
    • North Dakota
    • South Dakota
    • Wyoming
  • Fire temple is the place of worship of which of the following religion
    • Taoism
    • Judaism
    • Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion)
    • Shintoism
  • Who was the first cartoonist to win a Pulitzer Prize for a comic strip
    • All Capp
    • Berke Breathed
    • Charles Schulz
    • Garry Trudeau
  • Georgia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan became the members of UNO in
    • 1992
    • 1991
    • 1993
    • 1994
  • Germany signed the Armistice Treaty on ____ and World War I ended
    • January 19, 1918
    • May 30, 1918
    • November 11, 1918
    • February 15, 1918
  • During World War II, when did Germany attack France
    • 1941
    • 1940
    • 1942
    • 1945
  • In what city did james Mclamore and David Edger ton open the first Burger King in 1954
    • Colorado Springs, Colorado
    • Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Sacramento, California
    • Miami, Florida
  • Euclid was
    • Greek mathematician
    • Contributor to the use of deductive principles of logic as the basis of geometry
    • Propounded the geometrical theorems
    • All of these
  • DRDL stands for
    • Defence Research and Development Laboratary
    • Department of Research and Development Laboratory
    • Differential Research and Documentation Laboratary
    • None of these
  • In which future U.S state did Custer make his famous Last Stand
    • Montana
    • North Dakota
    • Oklahoma
    • Texas
  • What author confessed’ “My stories written when sober are stupid”
    • Arthur conan Doyle
    • Earnest Hemingway
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • Leo Tolstoy
  • What Kansas city’s name means ‘potato’ in the Kansa language
    • Abeline
    • Topeka
    • Omaha
    • Wichita
  • Who was the first Indian Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army
    • Gen. K.M. Cariappa
    • Vice-Admiral R.D. Katari
    • Gen. Maharaja Rajendra Singhji
    • None of these
  • How tall is the pitcher’s mound in major League Baseball
    • 6 inches
    • 14 inches
    • 18 inches
    • 10 inches
  • FRS stands for
    • Fellow Research System
    • Federation of Regulation Society
    • Fellow of Royal Society
    • None of these
  • What device’s invention was the main reason for demise of the Pony Express
    • Radio
    • Telegraph
    • Telephone
    • Train
  • During World War I Germany was defeated in the Battle of Verdun on the western front and Romania declared war on the eastern front in the year
    • 1914 AD
    • 1915 AD
    • 1912 AD
    • 1916 AD
  • What is the highest peak in the 48 contiguous U.S states
    • Mount Elbert
    • Mount Rainier
    • Mount Whitney
    • Pikes Peak
  • Hamid Karzai was chosen president of Afghanistan in
    • 2000
    • 2002
    • 2001
    • 2003
  • Durand Cup is associated with the game of
    • Hockey
    • Bedminton
    • Football
    • Volleyball
  • What playwright’s The Glass Menagerie appeared on Broadway and was made into three movies
    • Arthur Miller
    • David Mamet
    • Noel Coward
    • Tennessee Williams
  • What was the first U.S city to host the winter Olympics
    • Denver
    • Lake Placid
    • Salt Lake city
    • Squaw Valley
  • Headquarters of UNO are situated at
    • New York, USA
    • Haque (Netherlands)
    • Geneva
    • Switzerland
  • Who was the first person to sail to the southern tip of Africa, in 1488
    • Ferdinand Magellan
    • James Cook
    • Bartholomew Dias
    • None of these
  • First International Peace Congress was held in London in
    • 1564 AD
    • 1843 AD
    • 1845 AD
    • 1545 AD
  • What was the only Grand Slam event that eluded Monica seles in both 1991 and 1992
    • Australian open
    • French open
    • U.S open
    • Wimbledon
  • Dr. Zakir Hussain was
    • the first Muslim president of India
    • first vice president of India
    • first president of Indian National Congress
    • first speaker of Lok Sabha
  • In Robinson Crusoe, what does the title character name the native he befriends
    • Wednesday
    • Thursday
    • Friday
    • Saturday
  • Hockey was introduced in the Asian Games in
    • 1958 in Tokyo
    • 1962 in Jakarta
    • 1966 in Bangkok
    • 1970 in Bangkok
  • How many acres are in square mile
    • 1.6
    • 32
    • 640
    • None of these
  • ESCAP stands for
    • Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific
    • European Society Council for Africa and Pacific
    • Economic and Social Commission for Africa and Pacific
    • None of these
  • Which U.S President was born the earliest
    • James Madison
    • George Washington
    • John Adams
    • Thomas Jefferson
  • Firdausi was
    • a poet
    • well known for his epic ‘Shahnama’
    • Both option A and B
    • None of these
  • The Partridge Family TV show, what did the singing family travel in
    • RV
    • Van
    • Station wagon
    • Bus
  • Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is at
    • Dehradun
    • Darjeeling
    • Marmago
    • Dispur
  • Which position did Doug Harvey play in the NHL
    • Center
    • Right wing
    • Left wing
    • Defense man
  • During the first crusade, crusaders reached Jerusalem and captured it in
    • 1000 AD
    • 1099 AD
    • 1200 AD
    • 1500 AD
  • What was venetian artist Titian’s last name
    • Vecchietta
    • Veneziano
    • Vecellio
    • None of these
  • Free market is
    • a condition in the international market where nations do not impose customs duty or other taxes on import of goods
    • market where the price of a commodity is determined by free play of the forces of supply and demand
    • ports that are exempted from payment of customs duty on articles of commerce, primarily to encourage tourism
    • none of these
  • Which U.S. state has the second most area that is covered by water
    • Florida
    • Alaska
    • Michigan
    • Minnesota
  • East Timor, which became the 191st member of the UN, is in the continent of
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Europe
    • South Africa
  • What was English trumpeter John Shore’s claim to fame in 1711
    • Creator of the modern trumpet
    • First trumpeter in an orchestra
    • Inventor of the tuning fork
    • Saved from a bullet by his trumpet
  • GNLF stands for
    • Gorkha National Liberation Front
    • Gross National Liberation Form
    • Both option A and B
    • None of these
  • What college’s men’s basketball team below is not nicknamed the Wildcats
    • Arizona
    • Cincinnati
    • Kansas State
    • Kentucky
  • Fa-Hien was
    • the first Buddhist pilgrim of China to visit India during the reign of Chandragupta Vikramaditya
    • the discoverer of Puerto Rico and Jamaica
    • the first Buddhist pilgrim of India to visit China
    • none of these
  • What is the title character’s name in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice Shylock
    • Shylock
    • Bassanio
    • Balthasar
    • Antonia
  • What is the title character’s name in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice Shylock
    • Boston
    • New York
    • San Francisco
    • Washington, D.C
  • In 1967, which country below did not fight Isreal in the Six day war
    • Egypt
    • Jordan
    • Lebanon
    • Syria
  • In which major U.S professional sport does the home team not usually wear white
    • Major League Baseball
    • National Basketball Association
    • National Football League
    • National Hockey League
  • Who was the gypsy heroine of The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    • Daniella
    • Esmeralda
    • Gabriela
    • Jasmine
  • How many continents border the Arctic Ocean
    • 2
    • 4
    • 5
    • 3
  • Which U.S President first appeared on the face of the dime on Jan 30, 1946
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • Franklin Roosevelt
    • George Washington
    • Thomas Jefferson
  • Who was the only golfer to win the British open in three different decades in the 20th century
    • Bobby Jones
    • Jack Nicklaus
    • Gary Player
    • None of these
  • What author’s first novel was Hike and the Aeroplane
    • Sinclair Lewis
    • E.M. Forster
    • Somerset Maugham
    • Zane Grey
  • What profession was the first to accept what we now call tips
    • Actors
    • Plumbers
    • Doctors
    • Barbers
  • What was the first Peanuts television special
    • A Charlie Brown Christmas
    • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
    • It’s the Great Pumpkin
    • None of these
  • How many no- hitters did Nolan Ryan throw in his career, the most by any Major League Baseball pitcher
    • 4
    • 7
    • 5
    • 6
  • In which country are the aptly named Snowy Mountain located
    • Australia
    • Canada
    • Russia
    • Turkey
  • The United Nations was founded on _________.
  • March 24, 1945
  • October 24, 1945
  •  March 24, 1949
  •  October 24, 1950
  • Which country from the following is NOT the member of UNO?
    • Vatican City
    • Afghanistan
    • North Korea
    • Vietnam
  • The International Court of Justice is located in _________.
    • New York
    • Washington
    • Geneva
    • The Hague
  •  There are __________ members of SAARC.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has __________ official languages.
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
  • There are _________ non-permanent members of the Security Council.
    • 5
    • 7
    • 10
    • 15
  • The currency of Indonesia is _________.
    • Rupiah
    • Dinar
    • Rangit
    • Riyal
  • The D-8 is an organization of eight ________ countries.
    • Developed
    • Developing
    • Asian
    • African
  • The European Union’s working capital is in _________.
    • London
    • Lisbon
    • Austria
    • Brussels
  • The headquarter of NATO is located in _________.
    • New York
    • Paris
    • Geneva
    • Brussels

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