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(GK) General Knowledge Question And Answers (1)

(GK) General Knowledge Question And Answers (1)

(GK) General Knowledge Question And Answers (1)

  • The first Indian to win the World Champion title in Chess

  • Ans : Viswanathan Anand

  • Who is known as ‘The Flying Sikh’

  • Ans : Milka Singh

  • Who is the first Indian woman to win a medal in the World Athletic meet

  • Ans : Anju Boby Gerorge

  • National Sports day is observed on August 29th. It is the birth day of

  • Ans : Dhyanchand

  • In cricket, the length of the pitch between the wickets is

  • Ans : 22 yards (20.12 m)

  • The place in which the first Asian games were held at

  • Ans : New Delhi

  • The first ever National Youth Games (under-19) were held in January 2004 at

  • Ans : Bangalore

  • The number of rings in Olympics flag is

  • Ans : 5

  • Which country will host the Commonwealth Games in 2010

  • Ans : India

  • Who is the first Indian to join the Formulaâ€â€1 league

  • Ans : Narain Karthikeyan

  • First Indian woman civil engineer

  • Ans : Lalitha from Madras in 1937

  • Who is known as ‘Light of Asia’

  • Ans : Buddha

  • Who is known as ‘Light of World’

  • Ans : Christ

  • Who is known as king of Rock & Roll

  • Ans : Elvis Presley

  • Who is known as Father of Kissan Movement

  • Ans : Pro. N.G. Renga

  • Who was the first Indian to go to jail in performance of his duty as a Journalist

  • Ans : Surendranath Banerjee

  • Christiaan Barnard, the surgeon who carried out the first successful transplantation was from the country

  • Ans : South Africa

  • The first person to conduct heart transplantation in India was

  • Ans : Dr. Venugopal

  • The first Indian pilot

  • Ans : J.R.D Tata

  • The first woman graduate of the Calcutta University addressed the AICC session in 1890. Who was she

  • Ans : Kadambini Ganguly

  • Who said “there is neither Hindu nor Muslim, only a manâ€Â

  • Ans : Swami Vivekananda

  • Who said the words “Show me a hero, I’ll write you a tragedyâ€Â

  • Ans : Scott Fitzgerald

  • The state sprawls over the Western Himalayas and the Karakoram Mountains. It is the most northerly and mountainous state of India’. This refers to the state of

  • Ans : Jammu & Kashmir

  • That is one small step for man, but one giant leap for mankind†Who said this

  • Ans : Neil Armstrong

  • Who said “consumer is the kingâ€Â

  • Ans : Swami Vivekananda

  • In which book of Shakespeare we can see the famous words ‘To be or not to be’

  • Ans : Hamlet

  • The Vedic saying “War begins in the minds of men†appears in

  • Ans : Atharva Veda

  • Who said “I therefore want freedom immediately, this very night, before dawn if it can be hadâ€Â

  • Ans : Mahatma Gandhi

  • The light has gone out of our lives and there is darkness every whereâ€Â. Who said these

  • Ans : Nehru on Gandhiji’s death

  • Who defined “democracy as a government of the people, by the people and for the peopleâ€Â

  • Ans :Abraham Lincoln

  • Who said “there is neither Hindu nor Muslim, only a manâ€Â

  • Ans : Swami Vivekananda

  • Who said the words “Show me a hero, I’ll write you a tragedyâ€Â

  • Ans : Scott Fitzgerald

  • The state sprawls over the Western Himalayas and the Karakoram Mountains. It is the most northerly and mountainous state of India’. This refers to the state of

  • Ans : Jammu & Kashmir

  • That is one small step for man, but one giant leap for mankind†Who said this

  • Ans : Neil Armstrong

  • Who said “consumer is the kingâ€Â

  • Ans : Swami Vivekananda

  • In which book of Shakespeare we can see the famous words ‘To be or not to be’

  • Ans : Hamlet

  • The Vedic saying “War begins in the minds of men†appears in

  • Ans : Atharva Veda

  • Who said “I therefore want freedom immediately, this very night, before dawn if it can be hadâ€Â

  • Ans : Mahatma Gandhi

  • The light has gone out of our lives and there is darkness every whereâ€Â. Who said these

  • Ans : Nehru on Gandhiji’s death

  • Who defined “democracy as a government of the people, by the people and for the peopleâ€Â

  • Ans : Abraham Lincoln

  • Agra is situated on the banks of the river

  • Ans : Yamuna

     





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