General Knowledge Question Answers Test MCQs Quiz pdf

General Knowledge Question Answers Test MCQs Quiz pdf

Category : General Knowledge
Topic : General World Issues
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Test Type : Multiple Choice Questions [MCQ’s]

General Knowledge Test No. 02





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General Knowledge Test No. 02

General Knowledge Test No. 02

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The term 'Green Revolution' stands for

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Which one of the following represents the dark, thick rain clouds?

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Why was number seven chosen for a classification of the world's great wondres?

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A place where fish are kept is called

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The house or shelter of an Eskimo is called

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The Declaration of Independence of the American Colonies was adopted by the Constitutional Congress on July 4, 1776 at

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Which of the following Presidents of  America abolished slavery?

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What is the name of the clown of the fast food giant McDonald?

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Which one of the following Sultans established diplomatic relations with China

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The deputation of Muslim leaders to the Viceroy, Lord Minto II, seeking separate electorate was headed by

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The Japanese Prime Minister at the time of World War II was

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The North Atlantic sea route is regarded as an important international trade route because...

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Deep Blue Black Box is connected with...

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Which of the following countries/nations are referred to as 'Third World'?

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International Women Day is observed on which of the following dates?

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Which country is called the "Sick Man of Europe"

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The object of the Cabinet Mission was to...

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Who amongst the following won a Nobel Prize for literature when he was the Head of a Government?

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While functioning, what is the temperature level inside a refrigerator?

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" Light Year" is the unit of measuring

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Which of the following is not an essential element of the State?

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In the worst ever terrorist attacks on the U.S. soil, South Tower of the World Trade Center in New York was hit by which of the following flights

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The number of times in a day the hour-hand and the minute-hand of a clock are at right angles is

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Which one of the following is known as the "Coffee Port" of the world?

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The movement withdrawn immediately after the Chauri-Chaura incident was...

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The house of shelter of an Arab called

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STD is the abbreviation of which of the following?

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Lotus dispute arose between Turkey and France in

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Laissez faire means

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Which of the following is not correctly matched

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The first country to legalise medically assisted suicide is....

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Which of the following is the second most populous country of the world?

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Niagara Falls are situated in...

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Which of the following pairing is wrong

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The term 'Billion' is an Expression of which of the following?

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Which of the following statements is incorrect of Bahrain?

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The East India Company acquired in 1668 the island of Bombay from...

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Which country is called "The Playground of Europe"

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The Moplah Rebellion broke out in

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Which is the largest animal in the world

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Civil Disobedience Movement was started in 1930 for

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The American Declaration of Independence was written by

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The term Fourth Estate refers to

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A bill becomes a law when.......

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Which country is called the Land of Pagoda?

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A place where birds are kept is called..

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The former Soviet Republics that joined Russia to form the "Eurasian Alliance" include

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Ten Downing Street is related to whom?

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Nelson Mandela was the President of which country?

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What is the new name of European Community (E.C.)?

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This broadcasting company is funded by the viewers and listeners of its home country who pay a license fee to keep it free from government control as well as advertisers. Name it

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Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

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Scholar Amir Khusro was patronised by the ruler

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The Divine Right Theory was propogated to

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The eleven independent states of the former Soviet Union have assumed the name of...

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The Eiffel Tower is located in...

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Who introduced the principle of the Doctrine of Lapse

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The only couple to win Nobel Prize were the

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Which among the Seven Wonders listed by Antipater has survived?

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Kalahari Desert is in the country of...

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The first man to reach the south pole on December 14, 1911 was

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The Leaning Tower is located in...

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Who painted Mona Liza

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What was the immediate cause of the outbreak of the First World War

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Which one of the following languages is spoken by the largest number of persons?

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Which one of the following is not a sea port?

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Who has said, "Child is the father of man"?

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Brunei is a member of which of  following group of nations?

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The act or process by which an alien is allowed to enjoy the privileges of a citizen of a country and ceases to be an alien is

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MOSAD and AMAN are secret agencies of

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ORBIS is a

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The British Prime Minister at the outbreak of World War II was

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What is the approximate length of the Great Wall of China?

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Name the place where Gautam Baddha was born

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Granivorous animals are those that live on

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The world's busiest inland waterway is

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Which one of the following deals with the measurement of the depth of spans, seas, etc?

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Amnesty International is ...

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Name the tree whose wood is used for making cricket bats

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The immediate cause for the outbreak of the First World War was...

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The famous "Tennis Court Oath" is associated with the

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The greatest contribution of the Romans to the world civilisation has been

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A place where bees are kept is called

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Who has not been a Prime minister of Pakistan?

 

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A place where government records are kept is called

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Which American president declared that consumers had the right to safety, to be informed to choose, and to be heard?

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Mount Everest is located in...

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The house or shelter of a Zulu tribe is called

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The Parliament of Russia is known as...

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Homer was the greatest poet of the language namely:

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Who among the following is regarded as the forerunner of revenue administration in medieval India

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Who was the person behind conversion of East India Company from a trading company into regional power?

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Which of the following countries were the first member countries of the European Economic Community when it was established in 1957

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The most important reason for dwindling forest resource today is

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Who is the founder of the organisation 'Red Cross'

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Who was the first to classify the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World?

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Who among the following is regarded as the "Father of Russian Revolution"

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One liter of water is equivalent to how many kilograms?

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The first nuclear device was detonated in...

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Symbol of which of the following is 'White Flag'

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