20 Easy General Knowledge Quiz Questions and Answers

General Knowledge Quiz 18

1. Amravati, Bhavani, Hemavati and Kabini are tributaries of which one of the following rivers?
(A) Mahanadi (B) Godavari
(C) Cauveri (D) Krishna
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2. A radar beam is sent onto a moving aeroplane in opposite direction of its approach. In which of these way it will be affected?
(A) Its wavelength decreases (B) Its wavelength increases
(C) It remains unaffected (D) None of the above
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3. Which one of the following is used to measure the combustion quality of diesel fuel during compression ignition?
(A) Octane number (B) Cetane number
(C) Iodine number (D) Polenske number
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4. Which one of the following reducing agents can also act as an oxidising agent?
(A) Hydrogen chloricd (B) Hydrogen iodide
(C) Hydrogen sulphide (D) Sulphur dioxide
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5. What does Secularism imply?
(A) Suppression of all religions (B) Giving minorities more freedom for their religion
(C) Seperation of religion from the state (D) Not favouring any particular religion/faith
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6. The President of India addresses his resignation letter to the–
(A) Chief Justice of India (B) Speaker
(C) Vice-President (D) Prime Minister
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7. When the Vice-President acts as President he gets the emoluments of the–
(A) President (B) Vice-President
(C) Chairman of Rajya Sabha (D) President in addition to what he gets as Chairman of Rajya Sabha
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8. The North Atlantic Ocean is the busiest ocean of the world. This is due to–
(A) two developed region of world along the East and West side
(B) it is because of deepest portion of Atlantic ocean
(C) Both 'a' and 'b'
(D) None of the above
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9. Large part of the non-ecumene has remained sparsely populated because of–
(A) its natural environment being inhospitable (B) its restriction on large scale in-migration
(C) its limited and unknown resources (D) its limited development vis-a-vis infrastructure
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10. National Income is the–
(A) Net national product al market price (B) Net national product at factor cost
(C) Net domestic product at market price (D) Net domestic product at factor cost
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11. The abnormal increase in buffer stock of FCI in recent times is due to–
(A) series of bumper harvest (B) procurement prices are above market prices
(C) additional storage facility created by FCI (D) transport bottlenecks in wheat producing regions
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12. The initial design and construction of which massive temple took place during the reign of Suryavarman IInd?
(A) Sri Mariamman Temple (B) Angkor Vat Temple
(C) Batu Caves Temple (D) Kamakhya Temple
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13. The Nagara, the Dravida, the Vesara are–
(A) the three main racial group of the indian subcontinent
(B) the three main linguistic divisions into which the languages of India can be classified
(C) the three main styles of Indian temple architecture
(D) the three main musical gharanas prevalent in India
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14. Which one of the following countries is not a member of the Nordic Council?
(A) Norway (B) Denmark
(C) Iceland (D) United Kingdom
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15. Hoysala monuments are found in–
(A) Hampi and Hospet (B) Halebid and Belur
(C) Mysore and Bengaluru (D) Sringeri and Dharwar
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16. Kalhana was a- contemporary of the Lohara king of Kashmir named–
(A) Harsha (B) Utakarsha
(C) Kalasa (D) Ananta
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17. Which among the following is the correct sequence of rivers starting from North to South?
(A) Bhima-Godavari-Penganga-Tungabhadra (B) Godavari-Penganga-Tungabhadra-Bhima
(C) Penganga-Godavari-Bhima-Tungabhadra (D) Penganga-Bhima-Godavari-Tungabhadra
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18. At the very low temperature, ice forms–
(A) tetrahedral crystal (B) cubic crystal
(C) hexagonal crystal (D) None of the above
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19. The light emitted by firefly is due to–
(A) a radioactive substance (B) chemiluminiscence process
(C) a photoelectric process (D) burning of phosphorus
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20. The flavour of apple is mainly due to which one of the following?
(A) Formalin (B) Ethanol
(C) Benzene (D) Benzaldehyde
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21. The Prime Minister is said to hold office during the pleasure of the President but in reality he stays in office as long as he enjoys the confidence of–
(A) the electorate (B) the Lok Sabha
(C) the party to which he belongs (D) Parliament
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22. If there is a vacancy in the offices of both President and Vice-President, who has been empowered to function as President?
(A) Chief Justice of India (B) Chief of Army Staff
(C) A person appointed by Parliament (D) None of the above
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23. A resolution for impeaching the President can be moved after at least 14 days notice signed by–
(A) not less than 50 members of the House
(B) not less than two-thirds of the total number of members of the House
(C) not less than one-fourth of the total number of members of the House
(D) at least 100 members of Lok Sabha and 50 members of Rajya Sabha
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24. The Red Indians or the American Indians belong to the–
(A) Mongolian race (B) Caucasoid race
(C) Australoid race (D) Negrito race
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25. In which one of the following crops, international trade is low in the context of total produce?
(A) Rice (B) Coffee
(C) Rubber (D) Wheat
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