General Knowledge Quiz No. 43 - Top General Knowledge Questions

General Knowledge Quiz No. 43
1. Which is the biggest Glacier of India?
(A) Pindari (B) Gangotri
(C) Yamunotri (D) Siachin
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2. The Potato is an example of–
(A) Modified roots (B) Modified leaves
(C) Modified stems (D) None of these
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3. In cold countries why fishes remain alive in ponds?
(A) The snow is warm (B) Below ice there is water at 4C
(C) The climate is air-conditioned (D) None of these
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4. Where was the first Yoga Vishwa-vidyalaya established?
(A) Bodhgaya (B) Mumbai
(C) Munger (D) Kolkata
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5. Which of the following is paper-currency?
(A) Ben (B) Band
(C) Dollar (D) S. D. R.
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6. Find the incorrect one–
(A) Hertz is used to measure frequency (B) Kelvin is used to measure temperature
(C) Bel is used to measure atmospheric (D) Ohm is used to measure electrical resistance
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7. Lingaraja temple was built by–
(A) Ganga Dynasty (B) Narasimhadeo
(C) Chandellas (D) Vastupata Tejapala
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8. Communal electorate in India was introduced through which of the following acts?
(A) 1909 (B) 1919
(C) 1935 (D) None of these
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9. Rowlatt Act was passed in the year–
(A) 1917 (B) 1919
(C) 1921 (D) 1923
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10. 4th July, 1776 is important in world history because–
(A) Battle of Plassey started
(B) Sea route to India was discovered
(C) English King Charles II was executed
(D) American Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence
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11. IC chips used in computers are usually made of–
(A) Lead (B) Silicon
(C) Chromium (D) Gold
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12. The “stones” formed in human kidney consist mostly of–
(A) Calcium oxalate (B) Magnesium sulphate
(C) Sodium chloride (D) Sodium phosphate
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13. “City of Golden Gates” is–
(A) Hawan (B) San Francisco
(C) London (D) Paris
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14. The study which deals with secret writing is known as–
(A) Cryptography (B) Secretology
(C) Cytography (D) Cryptology
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15. The term Grand Slam is associated with–
(A) Billiards (B) Choss
(C) Cricket (D) Bridge & Tennis
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16. The Suez Canal connects–
(A) The Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea (B) The Mediterranean Sea and the Caspian Sea
(C) The Red Sea with the Indian Ocean (D) None of these
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17. Gautam Buddha preached his first sermon at–
(A) Valabhi (B) Vaishali
(C) Sarnath (D) Rajagriha
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18. Which of the following is not the Union Territory?
(A) Pondicherry (B) Mizoram
(C) Chandigarh (D) Daman and Diu
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19. Where is the Headquarter of World Health Organization (WHO)?
(A) Hague (B) New York
(C) Washington (D) Geneva
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20. Diphtheria is a disease affecting–
(A) Eyes (B) Throat
(C) Liver (D) Pancreas
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