Objective General Knowledge Multiple Questions

Objective GK Multiple Questions

1. This day commemorates the arrival of Mahatma Gandhi in India from South Africa. Established in 2003, sponsored by Ministry of over seas Indian Affairs, the CII and the Ministry of Development of the North Eastern Region of India. This days is–
(A) 9th January, Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (B) 30th January, Back to Home Day
(C) 2nd, October, Indian Diaspora Day (D) 19th January, Pardesi Bharatiya Divas
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2. The most fundamental weakness of the Revolt of 1857 was that–
(A) it lacked planning, programme and funds
(B) the rebels failed to understand the significance of contemporary scientific advancements
(C) the entire movement lacked a modern, unified and forward-looking programme
(D) there was no understanding of the character of the enemy's political organisation among the rebels
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3. With reference to the Revolt of the year 1857, who of the following was betrayed by a friend: captured and put to death by the British?
(A) Nana Sahib (B) Kunwar Singh
(C) Khan Bahadur Khan (D) Tantia Tope
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4. Which of the following has evergreen forests?
(A) Chhotanagpur plateau (B) North-Eastern states
(C) Eastern slopes of Easterm Ghats (D) Eastern slopes of sanyadris
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5. Who had showed that the electric and magnetic waves are equal in vacuum?
(A) Isaac Newton (B) James Clerk Maxwell
(C) Albert Einstein (D) Werner Heisenberg
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6. A cell of emf 2 V, when short circuit gives a current of 4 A. What is the internal resistance of the cell?
(A) 0.5W (B) 1.0W
(C) 2.0W (D) 4.0W
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7. The cat survive fall from a height much more than human or any other animal. It is because the cat–
(A) has elastic bones
(B) has thick and elastic skin
(C) can immediately adjust itself to land on all four paws and absorbs the impact of fall by bending
(D) None of the above
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8. 'To have speedy justice' flows from which of the following Articles?
(A) Article 19 (B) Article 20
(C) Article 21 (D) Article 22
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9. In which case did the Supreme Court take the view that the Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles are complementary to each other and there was no need to sacrifice one for the other?
(A) Golak Nath Case (B) Keshavananda Bharati Case
(C) Minerva Mills Case (D) All of the above
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10. One of the following does not constitute a form of domestic violence–
(A) sexual assault (B) hitting and fighting
(C) physical abuse (D) social isolation
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11. Doldrums are characterized by–
(A) uniform low pressure (B) uniform high pressure
(C) high wind velocity (D) low humidity
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12. Cloudy nights are warmer than clear nights because of–
(A) greenhouse effect (B) depletion of ozone layer
(C) insolation (D) terrestrial radiation
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13. The recommendations of the Finance Commission are–
(A) binding on the government (B) accepted or rejected by the government according to its convenience
(C) generally accepted as a matter of convention (D) not binding on the government
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14. Development is–
(A) synonymous with economic growth (B) narrower than economic growth
(C) wider than economic growth (D) not related to economic growth.
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15. What was Komagata Maru?
(A) A political party based in Taiwan (B) Peasant communist leader of China
(C) A naval ship on voyage to Canada (D) A Chinese village where Mao Tre Lung began his long march
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16. Which of the following revolutionary organisation is not correctly matched with its founder?
(A) Bengal Volunteer : Hem Chandra Ghosh (B) Sri Sangha : Anil Roy
(C) Indian Republican : Surya Sen Army (D) Yugantar Samiti : Lila Nag
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17. DTAA is Signed with the countries in order to provide relief to persons, while TIEA is signed to exchange information. TI EA stands for–
(A) Targeted Information Exchange Agreement (B) Tax Information Exchange Agreement
(C) Targeted Information Exchange Association (D) Tax Information Exchange Association
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18. Which flag was raised by the Ratings of the Royal Indian Navy after their mutiny?
(A) National Flag (B) Muslim League Flag
(C) Red Flag (D) All of the above
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19. Among the early revolutionary secret societies organized during the period, which of the following was the most important?
(A) Swadesh Bhandara Samiti (B) Brati Samiti
(C) Suhrid Samiti (D) Anushilan Samiti
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20. The red colour of the red soil is due to–
(A) Phosphoric acid (B) Humus
(C) Nitrogen (C) Iron
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21. The blackboard seems black because it–
(A) reflects every colour (B) does not reflect any colour
(C) absorbs black colour (D) reflects black colour
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22. Which one of the following fatty acids consists only the essential fatty acids?
(A) Stearic acid, linolenic acid, arachidonic acid (B) Linoleic acid, oleic acid, linolenic acid
(C) Linoleic acid, linolenic acid, arachidonic acid (D) Linoleic acid, linolenic acid, stearic acid
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23. Which one among the following is not a periodic property i. e. , does not show any trend on moving from one side to the other in the Periodic Table?
(A) Atomic size (B) Radioactivity
(C) Valency (D) Electronegativity
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24. The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 does not provide the following–
(A) Regulation of the conditions of work (B) Laying down enforced penalties on those who defy the above Act
(C) Provides employment anywhere in India (D) obtains uniformity in the definition on who constitutes a child
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25. In what way does the Indian Parliament exercise control over the, administration?
(A) Through Parliamentary Committees (B) Through Consultative Committees of various ministries
(C) By making the administrators send periodic reports (D) By compelling the executive to issue writs
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