Ultimate GK Guide For All Exams Part- 4
Ultimate GK Guide for all Exams Part- 4
Q1. Which gas is used to disinfect water in swimming pools ?
Q2. ’Royal Bengal’, ‘Sumatran’, ‘Malayan’ and ‘Siberian’ are the species of which member of cat family ?
Q3. Which was the first state in the India to be formed on a purely linguistic basis, in 1953 ?
Q4. Which 19th century social reformer from Maharashtra was popularly known as ‘Lokhitwadi’ ?
Q5. In humans, which protein transports oxygen from the lungs to the rest of body ?
Q6. The union territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands is under the jurisdiction of which High Court ?
Q7. Ganymede, the largest natural satellite in the Solar System, is a natural satellite (moon) of which planet ?
Q8. Which princely state was the first to be annexed to the British East India Company under the Doctrine of Lapse policy, devised by Lord Dalhousie ?
Q9. Which water body seprates the Africa from the Europe ?
Q10. Which American President in his famous Gettysberg speech defined democracy as the ‘government of the people, by the people, for the people’ ?
Q11. What is the popular name of Sodium Chloride ?
Q12. ’Satyameva Jayate’, the national motto of India, has been teken from which Upanishad ?
Q13. On the banks of which river is the city of Jammu, the winter capital of Jammu & Kashmir, situated ?
Q14. How do we better know social activist Murlidhar Devidas, the founder of leprosy rehabilitation center ‘Anandvan’ in Maharashtra ?
Q15. Which passenger train service connects Kolkata (India) with Dhaka (Bangladesh) ?
Q16. To the Greeks, which Maurya ruler was known as ‘Sandrokottos’ ?
Q17. In 1998, which internet search engine company was co-founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin ?
Q18. ’By God’s Decree’, ‘Cricket my style’ and ‘Straight from the Heart’ are the autobiographies of which Indian cricketer ?
Q19. On 21st July 1969, at which site did Neil Armstrong set his foot on the Moon ?
Q20. Due to its ability to dissolve glass, which acid is not kept in glass container ?
Q21. Which state is known as the ‘Spice Garden of India’ ?
Q22. Which Marathi newspaper is the mouthpiece of Shiv Sena ?
Q23. Constituting about 78% by volume, which is the most abundant gas in the Earth’s atmosphere ?
Q24. Koyna Hydroelectric Power Project constructed over Koyna river, a tributary of Krishna river, is located in which state ?
Q25. For Lok Sabha, how many members from the Anglo-Indian community are nominated by the President of India ?
Q26. The Grand Trunk Road (GT Road), running from Peshawar in Pakistan to Sonargaon in Bangladesh, was built by which ruler ?
Q27. Which American swimmer created history by winning 8 gold medals in Beijing Olympic 2008, the most gold medals by an individual at a single Olympic ?
Q28. Which Muslim social reformer founded the Aligarh Muslim University, originally known as Mohammeden Anglo-Oriental College, in 1875 ?
Q29. Which chennai born writer won the Booker Prize 2008 for his debut novel ‘The White Tiger’ ?
Q30. ’Fight the guerrilla as a guerrilla’ is the motto of which miltary academy ?
Q31. Who was the first Indian woman to win Miss Asia Pacific title in 1970 ?
Q32. Who wrote India’s natinal song the ‘Vande Mataram’, which first appeared in the book ‘Anandmath’ ?
Q33. How many times Equinox, when Sun is vertically above the Earth’s equator and the day & night are equally long, occurs in a year ?
Q34. After attaining enlightenment, where did Gautama Buddha deliver his first sermon ‘Dharamachakra Pravartan’ (set in motion Wheel of Law) ?
Q35. Which Asian country is known as the ‘Land of the White Elephants’ ?
Q36. Who is the first chief of the National Investigation Agency (NIA), set up recently to investigate terror-related cases across the country ?
Q37. Who invented Smallpox Vaccine ?
Q38. Which freedom fighter authored ‘Gita Rahasya’, a commentary on Bhagvad Gita, during his imprisonment at Mandalay in Myanmar ?
Q39. Considered as the symbol of peace, two branches of which tree are depicted on the United Nations (UN) flag ?
Q40. Which city is served by the Veer Savarkar Airport ?
Q41. For which domestic Cricket trophy, the Ranji Trophy champions play against the Rest of India team ?
Q42. Which garden near Chandigarh was built by Aurangzeb’s foster brother Fidai Khan ?
Q43. Who was the first education minister of independent India ?
Q44. Which city houses the headquarters of United Nations (UN) ?
Q45. Which among the following is the measuring unit of electric current ?
Q46. Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia, the largest Hindu temple in the world, is dedicated to which God ?
Q47. Where is the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, the launching site of the Chandrayaan-I, located ?
Q48. Which African country was formerly known as ‘Nyasaland’ ?
Q49. ’Long Walk To Freedom’ is the autobiography of which Bharat Ratna recipient ?
Q50. Which island nation, in the Indian Ocean, is the world’s largest producer and exporter of Vanilla ?
Q51. Gol Ghar, a beehive shaped structure built in 1786 to store grains for the British Army, is located in which city ?
Q52. In humans, which dark brown pigment is responsible for the skin colour ?
Q53. Who wrote the famous novel ‘Devdas’ ?
Q54. Which freedom fighter was popularly known as ‘Lokpriya’ ?
Q55. Which battle lead to the disintegration of Vijayanagar empire of south India ?
Q56. In which city is the Indian Institute of Pulses Research located ?
Q57. Pinaka, the multi barrel rocket launcher produced in India, is named after which Hindu God’s bow ?
Q58. Which scale is used to measure the Acid or Alkali (Base) content of a substance ?
Q59. Which disease, named after a Japanese city where it was first observed, is caused by severe Mercury poisoning ?
Q60. Who was the first Indian to be elected a Fellow of Royal Society (FRS) ?
Q61. Which among the following is not a Kharif crop ?
Q62. Which monument was built by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in 1591 to commemorate the end of the plague in his capital ?
Q63. For the popularization of science, which agency of United Nations (UN) awards the Kalinga Prize ?
Q64. ’Lawsons Bay Beach’ and ‘Ramakrishna Beach’ are located in which port city on the Bay of Bengal ?
Q65. Which ancient Indian physician is known as the ‘Father of Modern Plastic Surgery’ ?
Q66. Who directed Oscar award winning short documentary film ‘Smile Pinki’ (2008) ?
Q67. Who presided over the first session of the All India Trade Union Cogress in 1920 ?
Q68. On which planet, due to its clockwise (east to west) rotation on the axis, the Sun rises in the west and sets in the east ?
Q69. By what name is British lady Madeleine Slade, a disciple of Mahatma Gandhi, better known ?
Q70. For his major role in the development of computer chip ‘Pentium’, which indian IT expert is called the ‘Father of Pentium’ ?
Q71. In which sport, each team consists of four male and four female players ?
Q72. What is the term of a member of Rajya Sabha ?
Q73. In which state is the Kanchenjunga, the second highest mountain peak in India, located ?
Q74. What does the Pisciculture refers to ?
Q75. In 1906, at the founding session of all India Muslim League in Dhaka, who became the first president of the party ?
Q76. Which is the longest National Highways in India ?
Q77. How do we better know nineteenth century spiritual guru Gadadhar Chatterjee ?
Q78. Stapes, the smallest and the lightest bone in human body, is the part of which organ ?
Q79. Which mineral is mined at Jayamkondam in Tamil Nadu ?
Q80. Who authored the book ‘A Brief History of Time’ ?
Q82. ’Muga’, ‘Eri’, ‘Tussar’ and ‘Mulberry’ are the varieties of which natural fibre ?
Q83. In which pilgrimage city of India would you come across the world’s longest corridor ?
Q84. In 1929, who founded non-violent movement ‘Khudai Khidmatgar’, also known as ‘Red Shirts’ ?
Q85. Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education is located in which city ?
Q86. Athlete’s Foot, an infectious disease, is caused by which agent ?
Q87. Who authored the book ‘Hindu View of Life ?
Q88. Solid form of which gas is commonly known as ‘Dry Ice’ ?
Q89. Who was the first woman president in the world ?
Q90. Who created the first Portable Computer ?
Q91. Designed by Bengali architect Vidhyadhar Bhattacharya, which city is known as ‘Pink City’ ?
Q92. Which metal is used to make electric bulb filaments ?
Q93. Who was the first Viceroy of India ?
Q94. In terms of both area and population, which is the smallest country in the world ?
Q95. Which portfolio did Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, the first woman cabinet minister in India, hold in the independent India’s first cabinet ?
Q96. Palghat Gap, about 20 miles wide mountain pass between the Nilgiri Hills and the Anaimalai Hills, connects Kerala to which state ?
Q97. Named after the mount of Hindu god Vishnu, ‘Garuda’ is the national airline of which most Muslim populous country ?
Q98. At which town in Andhra Pradesh, famous for silk sarees, did Vinoba Bhave start the Bhoodan Movement in 1951 ?
Q99. ’Daughter of the East’ book is the autobiography of which Asian woman leader ?
Q100. Which country was formerly known as ‘Upper Volta’ ?
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