Objective General Knowledge Multiple Questions

Objective GK Multiple Questions

1. By convention, who of the following is the Chairman of Press Council of India?
(A) An eminent journalist of India (B) A senior Civil Services Officer
(C) A Retired Judge of the Supreme Court of India (D) The Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting
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2. The National River Conservation Directorate is under–
(A) Ministry of Agriculture (B) Ministry of Environment and Forests
(C) Ministry of Earth Sciences (D) Ministry of Water Resources
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3. In which one of the following years did the Right to Information Act come into force?
(A) 2003 (B) 2004
(C) 2005 (D) 2006
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4. Which one of the following is the tide produced as a consequence of Moon and Sun pulling the Earth in the same direction?
(A) Spring tide (B) Neap tide
(C) High tide (D) Low tide
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5. Which one of the following country in Asia, is smallest in both area and population?
(A) Sri Lanka (B) Maldives
(C) Bhutan (D) Nepal
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6. The concept of "Navratnas" evolved in the Union Budget of which year?
(A) 1997-98 (B) 1999-2000
(C) 1990-91 (D) 1995-96
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7. Contact lenses are made from–
(A) polyvinyl chloride (B) polystyrene
(C) teflon (D) lucite
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8. The Annual Financial Statement is caused to be laid before both Houses of Parliament by the–
(A) President (B) Speaker
(C) Vice-President (D) Finance Minister
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9. The Canadian Pacific Railway runs between–
(A) Edmonton and Halifax (B) Montreal and Vancouver
(C) Ottawa and Prince Rupert (D) Halifax and Vancouver
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10. The most important pelagic fish found in the North Sea adjacent to the UK is–
(A) cod (B) halibut
(C) herring (D) mackerel
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11. Who granted the permission to establish the first British factory at Hughli in Bengal?
(A) Shah Shuja (B) Murshid Quli Khan
(C) Shuja-ud-din (D) Alivardi Khan
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12. Who prescribed the separate electorates for India on the basis of the Communal Award in August, 1932?
(A) Lord Irwin (B) Ramsay MacDonald
(C) Lord Linlithgo (D) Winston Churchill
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13. Kaziranga Sanctuary is in–
(A) Karnataka (B) Asom
(C) Gujarat (D) Rajasthan
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14. Which of the following is not true?
(A) Chatting is like e-mail (B) Chatting can only be done with a single person
(C) Chatting can involve multiple persons (D) Chatting is an electronic dialogue
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15. What are the two parts of E-mail address?
(A) User name and street address (B) Legal name and phone number
(C) Initials and password (D) User name and domain name
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16. A ball is dropped vertically from a tower and it takes T time to reach the ground. At half of that time ie T/2, which one of the following statements is correct?
(A) The ball covered exactly half the distance
(B) The velocity of ball was v/3 where v is the velocity when it reached the ground
(C) The ball had covered less than half the distance
(D) The ball had covered more than half the distance
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17. Territorial waters of India extends upto how many nautical mines?
(A) 8 (B) 12
(C) 18 (D) 22
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18. Which is the most industrially advanced state in India?
(A) Maharashtra (B) Punjab
(C) Gujarat (D) Tamil Nadu
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19. Complete the Article 21 with the appropriate word. "No person shall be deprived of his life or __ liberty except according to procedure established by law. "This liberty is–
(A) civil (B) personal
(C) political (D) individual
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20. Which one of the following is the second largest country of Africa?
(A) Algeria (B) Democratic Republic of Congo
(C) South Africa (D) Sudan
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21. Hot deserts like Sahara, Arabia etc, receive very negligible amount of rainfall. This is because they–
(A) do not receive moisture-bearing wind from the oceans
(B) are the most rocky and barren areas of the Earth
(C) are located on the tropical high pressure belt of the atmosphere
(D) are not on the path of the monsoons
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22. Who was the Chairman of the "Disinvestment Commission" 1996?
(A) Nagarajan (B) CN Rangachari
(C) GV Ramakrishna (D) RK Mishra
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23. A Multinational is–
(A) a company operating in several countries
(B) a company having shareholders from more than one country
(C) a company which does charitable work in poor countries
(D) a company that operates only in those countries that do not have import restrictions
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24. Which one among the following Acts first made the provision of the appointment of the Indian high Commissioner in the Great Britain?
(A) Indian Council Act, 1892 (B) Indian Council Act, 1909
(C) Government of India Act, 1919 (D) Government of India Act, 1935
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25. The term "imperial preference" was applied to the–
(A) special privileges on British imports in India
(B) racial discrimination by the Britishers
(C) subordination of Indian interest to that of the British
(D) preference given to British political agents over Indian Princes
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