1. Baghdad is situated on the banks of:
(a) Euphrates 
(b) Tigris 
(c) Indus 
(d) Nile
(b) Tigris 

2. In which year Bahmani dynasty was established?
(a) 1336
(b) 1347
(d) 1565
(b) 1347

3. Abdul Rahman Tunku is the architect of the freedom movement of:
(a) Malaysia
(b) Bangladesh
(c) Singapore 
(d) Brunei
(a) Malaysia

4. Where was Jesus Christ born?
(a) Jerusalem
(b) Mecca
(c) Rome 
(d) Athens
(a) Jerusalem

5. The ‘epigram’ of Olympics:
(a) Citius, Altius, Fortius
(b) Ever onward
(c) Play the game in the spirit of the game
(d) The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well
(d) The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well

6. The Indian who was awarded Olympic Order In 1983 for her contribution to the organization of New Delhi Asiad (1982):
(a) P. T. Usha
(b) Kiran Bedi
(c) Indira Gandhi
(d) Shyni Abraham
(c) Indira Gandhi

7. Jesse Owens Global Award is given in the field at:
(a) Environment protection
(b) Sports 
(c) Cinema
(d) Literature
(b) Sports 

8. In the abbreviation ‘YMCA’ the letter ‘C’ stands for:
(a) Conference
(b) Congress
(c) Christian
(d) Committee
(c) Christian

9. In India, Armed Forces Flag Day is observed on:
(a) December 4
(b) December 7
(c) January 12
(d) October 8
(b) December 7

10. A bolometer is an instrument to measure:
(a) sound
(b) heat radiation
(c) force
(d) altitude
(b) heat radiation

11. The number of basic symbols In the Roman numerical system:
(a) 10
(b) 7
(c) 8
(d) 6
(b) 7

12. The property of some substances to absorb light of one wavelength and emit light of a longer wavelength: 
(a) polarisation
(b) Refraction
(c) Reflection
(d) Fluorescence
(d) Fluorescence

13. The hydrated aluminum oxide is also known as:
(a) rust 
(b) bauxite
(c) cinnabar 
(d) apatite
(b) bauxite

14. Homo sapiens belong to the order:
(a) Vertebrate
(b) Mammalia
(c) Chordata
(d) Primate
(d) Primate

15. The largest lymphatic gland in the human body:
(a) Liver
(b) Spleen
(d) Pituitary
(b) Spleen

16. Banabhatta was the court poet of
(a) Kanishka
(b) Chandragupta 2
(c) Harsha
(c) Harsha

17. B.B.C. Was formed in:
(a) 1927
(b) 1937
(c) 1947
(d) 1957
(a) 1927

18. The first South Indian state where BJP assumed power:
(a) Goa
(b)Tamil Nadu
(c) Andhra Pradesh
(d) Karnataka
(d) Karnataka

19. The largest constellation is named: 
(a) Ceres
(b) Sirius
(c) Hydra
(d) Zedna
(c) Hydra

20. The ancient name of the river Beas:
(a) Satadru
(b) Parushni
(c) Vipas
(d) Aksini
(c) Vipas

21. The first to get Booker Prize twice.
(a) JM Coetzee
(b) Salman Rushdie
(c) Arundhati Roy
(d) V.S. Naipaul
(a) JM Coetzee

22. Which was the most powerful among the Mahajanapadas of Northern India in BC 6th century? 
(a) Magadha
(b) Matsya
(c) Gandhara
(d) Kosala
(a) Magadha

23. BCG Vaccine prevents:
(a) AIDS
(b) Leprosy
(c) Tuberculosis
(d) Polio
(c) Tuberculosis

24. The Nobel Prize In ...... subject is known as ‘Bank of  Sweden Prize’:
(a) Peace
(b) Literature
(c) Medicine
(d) Economics
(d) Economics

25. Borobodur In Indonesia is a holy place for:
(a) Jains
(b) Parsis
(c) Buddhists
(d) Hindus
(c) Buddhists


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