Objective General Knowledge Multiple Questions

Objective GK Multiple Questions


1. Which Plan was started by the Ruling Janata Government and was later terminated in 1978?
(A) Fifth (B) Rolling Plan
(C) Fourth (D) Seventh
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2. Which party was founded by Subhash Chandra Bose in the year 1939 after he broke away from the Congress?
(A) Azad Hind Fauz (B) Indian Freedom Party
(C) Revolutionary Front (D) Forward Block
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3. The Meerut Conspiracy case was basically intended to curb the communists in India. Among those who defended the accused were–
(A) Jawaharlal Nehru (B) MC Chagla
(C) MA Ansari (D) All of these
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4. Which among the following countries was the earliest to give women the right to vote?
(A) Iceland (B) India
(C) New Zealand (D) USA
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5. Which of the following was the single most important social malady of Ashoka's period, to eliminate which he expounded the policy of Dhamma ?
(A) Growing materialism (B) Rigidity of the caste system
(C) Social tension and sectarian conflicts (D) Wasteful ritualism of Brahmanical practice
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6. Which one of the following sculptures invariably used green schist as the medium?
(A) Maurya sculptures (B) Mathura sculptures
(C) Bharhut sculptures (D) Gandhara sculptures
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7. Among the following states, which one does not have any significant coal resources?
(A) Andhra Pradesh (B) Bihar
(C) Chhattisgarh (D) Maharashtra
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8. A planet is moving around the sun in an elliptical orbit. Its speed is–
(A) same at all points of the orbit (B) maximum when it is farthest from the sun
(C) maximum when it is nearest to the sun (D) None of the above
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9. Which of the following device is fully duplex–
(A) Mobile phone (B) Walky-talky
(C) Loud Speaker (D) Radio
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10. When we speak into a microphone, what type of vibrations the diaphragm executes?
(A) Free (B) Forced
(C) Resonant (D) None of these
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11. Under the Constitution of India, which one of the following is not a Fundamental Duty?
(A) To vote in public elections (B) To develop a scientific temper
(C) To safeguard public property (D) To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals
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12. Right to Private Property was dropped from the list of Fundamental Rights by the–
(A) 42nd Amendment (B) 44th Amendment
(C) 52nd Amendment (D) None of the above
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13. The following does not constitute an example of "beggar"–
(A) compulsory social service (B) forced labour
(C) trafficking in human beings (D) children working in hazardous factories
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14. Tsunamis are not caused by–
(A) hurricanes (B) earthquakes
(C) undersea landslides (D) volcanic eruptions
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15. Which one of the following is a correct sequence in the increasing order of salinity concentration?
(A) Gulf of California-Baltic Sea-Red Sea- North Sea
(B) Baltic Sea-North Sea-Gulf of California- Red Sea
(C) Red Sea-Gulf of California-North Sea- Baltic Sea
(D) North Sea-Gulf of California-Baltic Sea- Red Sea
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16. Originally C Subramaniam prepared the approach paper of this plan, but the final draft was prepared and launched by DP Dhar–
Which Plan is being referred to?
(A) Fifth (B) Seventh
(C) Eighth (D) Plan Holiday
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17. This new plan pattern was started by the Janata Government. Its aim was to assess the performance of the plan every year and thereby make new plans for the subsequent year.
Which Plan is this?
(A) Annual Plan (B) Plan Holiday
(C) Rolling Plan (D) Fifth Five Year Plan
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18. Who of the following dedicated the caves in Nagarjuni hills to the Ajivikas?
(A) Kunala (B) Dasharatha
(C) Samprati (D) Indrapalit
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19. On the death of Ashoka, the empire was probably divided into the Western and Eastern halves. The successor in Western and Eastern half respectively were–
(A) Kunala and Dasaratha (B) Dasaratha and Kunala
(C) Samprati and Shalishuka (D) Shalishuka and Samprati
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20. The largest number of million cities is in–
(A) Asia (B) North America
(C) Europe (D) Africa
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21. Which of the following supposed causes of decline and disintegration of the Mauryan empire is most likely?
(A) Succession of weak kings and partition of empire after Ashoka
(B) Military inactivity on account of Ashoka's pacifist policies
(C) Brahmanical revolt against the pro buddhist policy of Ashoka
(D) All of the above
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22. The theme of International Women's Days 2012 is–
(A) Women and Human Rights (B) Women Uniting Peace
(C) Connecting Girls, Inspiring Future (D) Investing in Women and Girls
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23. An LPG pipeline, the longest of its kind in the world, dedicated to the nation recently by the Prime Minister was between–
(A) Dibrugarh and Vishakhapatnam (B) Dibrugarh and Loni
(C) Jamnagar and Vishakhapatnam (D) Jamnagar and Loni
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24. Which one of the following forces lead to separation of the cream from the churned milk?
(A) Gravitational force (B) Cohesive force
(C) Centripetal force (D) Centrifugal force
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25. The volume of the nucleus is proportional to–
(A) atomic number (B) mass number
(C) number of neutron (D) number of proton
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