GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQs

The full marathon has an official distance of —- kilometers?
A. 39 km
B. 41.2 km
C. 42.2 km (Answer)
C. 44.1 km


Talbul project is disputed between:
A. India – Bangladesh
B. Pakistan – India (Answer)
C. Indian – Bhutan
D. India – Srilanka


The 2018 Asian games is officially known as—–?
A. 18th Asian Games
B. 19th Asian Games
C. Jakarta Palembang 2018
D. Both A & C (Answer)


Where was 1951 Asian games held?
A. New Delhi, India (Answer)
B. Jakarta, Indonesia
C. Tokyo, Japan
D. Seoul, South Korea


The 1951 Asian games was officially known as—–?
A. First Asian Games (Answer)
B. The Games of Asia
C. Peace Games
D. The Asian Games


First Asian games were held in year —-?
A. 1949
B. 1950
C. 1951 (Answer)
D. 1952


How many times has Pakistan hosted Asian games?
A. Once
B. Twice
C. Never (Answer)
D. Thrice


Who is the Civilian Commander-In-Chief of Pakistan Armed forces?
A. Cheif Justice of Pakistan
B. President of Pakistan (Answer)
C. Prime Minister of Pakistan
D. Speaker of National Asembly


How many football World Cups have been played till now?
A. 18
B. 19
C. 20
D. 21 (Answer)


In which city of Sindh the famous Hathi Dar is located?
A. Sukkur
B. Shikarpur (Answer)
C. Kotdiji
D. Sehwan


Old name of Dhaka is—–?
A. Khan garh
B. Mehmood nagar
C. Jehangir nagar (Answer)
D. Montgomery


Which of the following is Higher Rank in Pakistan Air Force?
A. Squadron Leader
B. Air commodore (Answer)
C. Wing Commando
D. Group Caption


Which of the following animal sleeps the most i.e. 20 hours out of 24 hours?
A. Leopard
B. Lion (Answer)
C. Tiger
D. Giant Armadillo


David Cameron, Britian Prime Minister from (2010 to 2016) Belongs to —— party?
A. Conservative (Answer)
B. Democratic
C. Labour
D. People`s


The first country in the world to impose complete ban on the sale of all forms of Tobacco is—-?
A. New Zealand
B. Switzerland
C. Singapore (Answer)
D. Japan


The world’s largest land animal is—–?
A. Hippopotamus
B. Asian elephant
C. African forest elephant
D. African bush elephant (Answer)


What was the name of the first mosque in the Indian subcontinent?
A. Mahabat Khan Mosque
B. Badshahi Mosque
C. Cheraman Juma Mosque (Answer)
D. Malik Dinar Mosque


 

Shahi Qila located in which city of Pakistan?
A. Lahore (Answer)
B. Sukkur
C. Quetta
D. Peshawar


The USA film industry Hollywood is located in—–?
A. New york
B. California (Answer)
C. Alaska


The study of the earth and its features is known as —-?
A. Geology
B. Geography (Answer)
C. Crystallography
D. Petrolgy


The study of light and vision is known as —-?
A. Acoustics
B. Optics (Answer)
C. Astronomy
D. None of these


Science dealing with design, construction, and use of machinery or mechanical structures is known as —-?
A. Optics
B. Mechanics (Answer)
C. Paleontology
D. None of these


The study of aircraft design, construction, and navigation is known as —-?
A. Acoustics
B. Aeronautics (Answer)
C. Robotics
D. Meteorology


The study of sound is known as —-?
A. Acoustics (Answer)
B. Paleontology
C. Mineralogy
D. Cartography


Animal that Sleeps the least is——?
A. Elephants
B. Giraffe (Answer)
C. Sheep
D. Deer


The largest eggs in the world today are the eggs laid by the—–?
A. African Duck
B. Whale
C. Crocodile
D. Ostrich (Answer)


Pandas are feed almost entirely on—–?
A. beech
B. bamboo (Answer)
C. red pine
D. European larch


 

Old name of Zimbabwe is—–?
A. Southern Rhodesia (Answer)
B. Northern Rhodesia
C. Saigon
D. Zaire


Who is the current CEO of Q-Mobile?
A. Anwar Saifullah Khan
B. Zeeshan Akhtar (Answer)
C. Jawed Iqbal
D. Wang Xiu Ying


Who assassinated Gandhi?
A. disgruntled British soldier
B. Muslim nationalist
C. Sikh Nationalist
D. Hindu nationalist (Answer)


When did India become independent?
A. 1940
B. 1942
C. 1947 (Answer)
D. 1952


Ukara is an island in——?
A. Lake Victoria (Answer)
B. Lake Caspian
C. Lake Superior
D. Lake Baikal


Headquarters of OPEC is located in—–?
A. Vienna (Answer)
B. Jakarta
C. Hague
D. Berlin


Who holds the title of Badshah Khan, frontier Gandhi ?
A. Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Answer)
B. Lala Lajpat Rai
C. Gandhi
D. Rabindra Nath


The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was founded in—–?
A. 1894 (Answer)
B. 1898
C. 1902
D. 1904


Kangaroos are mostly found in——?
A. Australia (Answer)
B. New Zealand
C. Australia and New Zealand
D. Australia, New Zealand and South Africa


Polar bears are mostly—–?
A. carnivorous (Answer)
B. Herbivorous
C. Omnivorous
D. None of these


 

Which country produce the most of the refugees in the world?
A. Syria (Answer)
B. Afghanistan
C. South sudan
D. Myanmar


Which of the following country host most refugees?
A. Pakistan (Answer)
B. Iran
C. Jordan
D. Lebanon


The world’s first nuclear power plant was built by—–?
A. United States
B. France
C. Russia (Answer)
D. Germany


The Tallest tree in the world is—–?
A. Date palm
B. Coconut palm
C. Cuban Royal palm
D. Redwoods (Answer)


The headquarter of Reuters News agency is in—–?
A. Brussels
B. Paris
C. London (Answer)
D. None of these


The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was founded by—–?
A. Demetrios Vikelas
B. Pierre de Coubertin
C. Both of these (Answer)
D. None of these


The Creation of IOC was inspired by the ancient Olympic Games which were held in—-?
A. France
B. Germany
C. Greece (Answer)
D. Switzerland


FIFA was founded in—–?
A. 1904 (Answer)

B. 1905

C. 1916

D. 1920


Which of the following is called “Grave Yard Of Dinosaurs”?
A. China
B. Argentine
C. Montana (Answer)
D. Brazil


The —- Nuclear Power Plant is the United Arab Emirates’s first Nuclear Power Station?
A. Fujairah Nuclear Power Plant
B. Ajman Nuclear Power Plant
C. Hanul Nuclear Power Plant
D. Barakah Nuclear Power Plant (Answer)


 

Barakah Nuclear Power Plant is in——?
A. India
B. Pakistan
C. Iran
D. UAE (Answer)


The joint operations center of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) is in—–?
A. Dubai
B. Riyadh (Answer)
C. Tehran
D. Islamabad


World Senior Citizen Day is celebrated on——?
A. August 23
B. August 22
C. August 21 (Answer)
D. August 20


In which district of Pakistan Kalabagh Dam is located?
A. MIANWALI (Answer)
B. SAHIWAL
C. BAHAWALPUR
D. ATTOCK


What is the new name of the Country Swaziland?
A. Belarus
B. Moldova
C. Angola
D. eSwatini (Answer)


The largest helicopter in the world is—–?
A. CH-47 Chinook
B. Hughes YOH-6A
C. Robinson R44
D. Mil Mi-26 (Answer)


The Author of book “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” is——-?
A. Mohsin Hamid (Answer)
B. Nazir Ahmed
C. Hafeez Ali Jan
D. Rafiq Tarar


India is the most successful team in the Asia Cup tournament having won the cup —times?
A. Five
B. Six
C. Seven (Answer)
D. Four


The Author of book “Pakistan: A Hard Country” is——?
A. Anatol lieven (Answer)
B. Ruskin Dom
C. I H Qureshi
D. Stephan Job


Where was the first Asia Cup held?
A. UAE (Answer)
B. India
C. Pakistan
D. Sri Lanka


The first Asia Cup was held in —-?
A. 1982
B. 1984 (Answer)
C. 1986
D. 1988


Who Wrote the Book named “The Blind Man’s Garden”?
A. Mohsin Hamid
B. Nadeem Aslam (Answer)
C. Ayesha jala
D. Zahid Hamid


Which was the first country to withdraw from CENTO?
A. Iraq (Answer)
B. Afghanistan
C. Turkey
D. U.K


When was SAARC founded?
A. 1982
B. 1984
C. 1985 (Answer)
D. 1983


The Land lying between the River Indus and River Jhelum is called:
A. Bari Doab
B. Chaj Doab
C. Rachna Doab
D. Sindh sagar Doab (Answer)


UPS is now widely use in households. What does UPS stands for ?
A. Uniform Power Storage
B. Universal Product Support
C. Under Panel Storage
D. Uninterruptible Power Supply (Answer)


What is the Combined Population of the Commonwealth Community of 53 Countries?
A. 1.4 billion
B. 2.4 billion (Answer)
C. 3.4 billion
D. 4.4 billion


Rwanda will be the Second African Country to host The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) 2020, which was the first?
A. Ghana
B. Uganda (Answer)
C. Egypt
D. South Africa


Croatia is an Eastern European country with a long coastline on the——?
A. Adriatic Sea (Answer)
B. Sea of Azove
C. Dead sea
D. Red sea


What was the name of Malaysian airline flight which was lost and disappeared in 2014?
A. MH 370 (Answer)
B. Mh 385
C. NN 350
D. MN 300


 

Which UN body deals with Population Problems ?
A. UNDP
B. UNFPA (Answer)
C. UNICEF
D. UNESCO


How many Sovereign States have English as an official language?
A. 50
B. 54 (Answer)
C. 57
D. 60


Pakistan became a member of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in—–?
A. 1949
B. 1953
C. 1957 (Answer)
D. 1963


Which Country is safest country in the World according to World Economic Forum report?
Finland (Answer)
UAE
Norway
Poland


The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was founded in 1894 at——?
A. Saudi Arabia
B. Iraq
C. Qatar
D. Paris (Answer)


The Temple of Heaven, a religious building, is located in——?
A. Edinburgh
B. Rome
C. Beijing (Answer)
D. Shanghai


Reuters news agency was established in—–?
A. 1846
B. 1849
C. 1851 (Answer)
D. 1855


Which country has recently rolled out World’s First Hydrogen Powered Train?
A. Italy
B. Norway
C. Germany (Answer)


Which of the following Countries is not a member of a SAARC ?
A. Sri lanka
B. Bhutan
C. Maldives
D. Myanmar (Answer)


Which of the following is used as the logo of the world wide fund for nature (WWF)?
A. Deer
B. Panda (Answer)
C. Camel
D. Lion


 

Oldest democracy in the world is——?
A. Greece (Answer)
B. Pakistan
C. India
D. USA


Pakistan won the ICC World Cup (One Day) in 1992. It was——in a row of ICC World Cup.
A. 5th (Answer)
B. 6th
C. 7th
D. 8TH


The largest Gold mine of Australia is—–?
A. Telfer Gold Mine
B. Fimiston Open Pit
C. Boddington Gold Mine (Answer)
D. Jundee Gold Mine


AP news agency was established in—–?
A. 1842
B. 1846 (Answer)
C. 1849
D. 1850


The headquarters of International Olympic Committee (IOC) is located in—-?
A. Berlin
B. Lausanne (Answer)
C. London
D. Zurich


Due to World wars the Olympic Games were cancelled in?
A. 1916 and 1940
B. 1918 and 1942
C. 1916, 1938, and 1942
D. 1916, 1940, and 1944 (Answer)


The first Summer Olympics organized by the IOC were held in 1896 in—-?
A. France
B. Germany
C. Greece (Answer)
D. Switzerland


The first Winter Olympics organized by the IOC was held in —- in 1924?
A. France (Answer)
B. Germany
C. Greece
D. Switzerland


The FIFA Men’s World Cup was commenced in—–?
A. 1924
B. 1930 (Answer)
C. 1936


Who is the founder of google?
A. Larry page
B. Sergey Brin
C. Martin Cooper
D. Both A & B (Answer)


 

Tomb of Nur Jahan is located in—–?
A. Kabul
B. Agra
C. Lahore (Answer)
D. Multan


How Many Countries In Continent Africa?
A. 50
B. 52
C. 54 (Answer)
D. 56


How many countries are member of UNO?
A. 191
B. 192
C. 193 (Answer)
D. 194


Telephone was invented by—–?
A. Vint Cerf
B. Charles Babbage
C. Edison
D. Alexander Graham Bell (Answer)


Who was the first President of Chinese Republic ?
A. jUNKO Tabar
B. Sun yat san (Answer)
C. MaoTse-Tung
D. Kim ii Jong


World Intellectual Property Day is observed on——?
A. 20 May
B. 20 Feb
C. 26 Oct
D. 26 April (Answer)


What country has the highest divorce rate by UNO?
A. Maldives (Answer)
B. Belarus
C. United states
D. India


Which one is the World’s most dangerous city?
A. Los cabos, Mexico (Answer)
B. Mumbai, India
C. Kabul, Afghanistan
D. Berlin, Germany


Where is river Ontario?
A. Australia
B. Canada (Answer)
C. North America
D. Japan


Which landlocked Country flag has Two Cows in it?
A. Lichtenstein
B. Kazakhstan
C. Swaziland
D. Andorra (Answer)


 

Capital of Sudan is—–?
A. Jamestown
B. Juba
C. Dodoma
D. Khartoum (Answer)


Vexillology is the study of—–?
A. Flags (Answer)
B. Signals
C. Vintage Cars
D. Stamps


In which city Interpol was founded in September 7, 1923?
A. Paris
B. London
C. Vienna (Answer)
D. Geneva


Water lily is symbol of which Country?
A. Canada
B. China
C. Bangladesh (Answer)
D. Pakistan


HIV virus causes——?
A. Hepatitis A
B. Hepatitis B
C. TB
D. AIDS (Answer)


How many players in baseball game in each team?
A. 7
B. 9 (Answer)
C. 11
D. 13


How many players are in a water polo team?
A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 7 (Answer)


Ramon Magsaysay Award is regarded as the—–version of the Nobel Prize?
A. African
B. Asian (Answer)
C. European
D. Chinese


Which of the following has won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry 2018?
A. George Smith
B. Frances Arnold
C. Greg Winter
D. All of above (Answer)
E. None of them


Which of the following has won the Nobel Prize for Physics 2018?
A. Gérard Mourou
B. Arthur Ashkin
C. Donna Strickland
D. All of these (Answer)
E. None of them


 

Which of the following has won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine 2018?
A. James P. Allison
B. Tasuku Honjo
C. Michael W. Young
D. Both A & B (Answer)


Novel “War and Peace” was written by—–?
A. Tito
B. Leo Tolstoy (Answer)
C. Shelly
D. Daunte


What is the Capital of Gambia?
A. Conakry
B. George Town
C. Banjul (Answer)
D. Seoul


The Current Senior-most Parliamentarian in Pakistan is——-?
A. Sheikh raheed (Answer)
B. chaudhry Anwar ali cheema
C. Makhdoom Amin faheem
D. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan


Who is the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize?
A. C.V Raman
B. Dr. Abdul Salam
C. I.A Bunin
D. Rabindranath Tagore (Answer)


“Sabor” is the parliment of—–?
A. Denmark
B. Italy
C. Croatia (Answer)
D. Finland


Baseball is the national Game of——?
A. France
B. Haiti
C. Turkey
D. Cuba (Answer)


The 17th Asian games were held in which City?
A. Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia
B. Incheon, South Korea (Answer)
C. New Delhi, India
D. Beijing, China


When in New York, UNO head quarter complex is completed?
A. 1950
B. 1952 (Answer)
C. 1955
D. 1956


Which Country has the most fatalities in World War 2?
A. Soviot Union (Answer)
B. UK
C. USA
D. Yogusalavia


FRB stands for——?
A. Federal Return Board
B. Federal Revenue Board
C. Federal Reserve Board (Answer)
D. Foreign Return Board


Which Country have the Highest Percentage Of Population Under 18 Years Old?
A. Niger (Answer)
B. Uganda
C. Chad
D. Ungola


Which is the most corrupt Country in the World?
A. Nigeria (Answer)
B. Sudan
C. Uganda
D. South Africa


When was the United Nations headquarters start to built?
A. September 1948 (Answer)
B. September 1949
C. September 1950
D. September 1951


SAARC Disaster Management Center was set up in Oct 2006 at—–?
A. Kabul
B. Khatmando
C. New Delhi (Answer)
D. Islamabad


CT Scan stand for—–?
A. Computed Tomography Scan (Answer)
B. Computer Topography Scan
C. Computed Topography Scan
D. Computer Tomography Scan


Which Country largest grower and Producer of Palm oil?
A. Indonesia (Answer)
B. Malaysia
C. Thailand
D. None of these


World’s oldest living man belongs to Japan whose name is—–?
A. Antonio Todde
B. Masazo Nonaka (Answer)


“OGDC” is abbreviation of———?
A. Oil & Gas Development Council
B. Oil & Gas Development company
C. Oil & Gas Development Corporation (Answer)
D. None of above


When did Pervez Musharraf resign from the post of President ?
A. 18 August 2008 (Answer)
B. 12 October 2008
C. 10 September 2008
D. 5 July 2005


 

The 17th summit of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) was held in June, 2017 in Astana. Where did its 18th summit held?
A. Manila
B. Singapore
C. Indonesia
D. China (Answer)


How many sports were played in summer Olympic 2016?
A. 22
B. 28 (Answer)
C. 34
D. 40


How many Sports were in Winter Olympic 2018?
A. 7 Sports (Answer)
B. 9 Sports
C. 12 Sports
D. 15 Sports


Famous British Physicist Stephen Hawking died at the age of —–?
A. 66
B. 76 (Answer)
C. 86
D. 96


Who is the Author of the Book “Brief Answers to the Big Questions”?
A. Stephen Hawking (Answer)
B. Albert Einstein
C. Newton
D. Chadwick


Ryanair airline belongs to which Country?
A. Finland
B. Ireland (Answer)
C. Switzerland
D. Tajikistan


The day which is celebrated on 21 September every year is —–?
A. Indigenious day
B. Election day
C. Central excise day
D. World peace day (Answer)


The third Sunday in January is annually celebrated as——?
A. Thanksgiving
B. National Youth Day
C. World Religion Day (Answer)
D. International Day for Achievers


When National Voter’s Day is celebrated by ECP?
A. 7 December (Answer)
B. 8 December
C. 8 January
D. 7 November


 

Katla Volcano located in which country?
A. Iceland (Answer)
B. Ireland
C. Finland
D. Sawaziland


JAXA is a Space Agency of which Country?
A. Jordan
B. Japan (Answer)
C. Jamaica
D. Germany


What is the typical interest rate on World Bank loans, which are revised every six months?
A. 0.5% (Answer)
B. 1%
C. 1.5%
D. 2%


Easyjet airline belongs to which Country?
A. England (Answer)
B. France
C. Germany
D. Australia


Braathens airline belong to which Country?
A. Swedon
B. Norway (Answer)
C. Iceland


The 17th Asian Games were held in —–?
A. 2014 (Answer)
B. 2015
C. 2016
D. 2018


Who is the Author of “The Myth of independence”?
A. I.H. Qureshi
B. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (Answer)
C. Aysha Jalal
D. Shahid Rafique


The headquarter of Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations is in—–?
A. Rome, Italy (Answer)
B. Paris, France
C. New York, US
D. None


The Coldstream Guards is the oldest continuously serving regiment in the Army, belongs to which Country?
A. Japan
B. Iceland
C. USA
D. UK (Answer)


RAW is an Indian Secret Service which headquarters is in delhi and was founded in?
A. 1960
B. 1965
C. 1968 (Answer)
D. 1970


 

APAPPS Stands for ——?
A. Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (Answer)
B. Afghanistan-Pakistan Allied Plan for Peace and Solidarity
C. Afghanistan-Pakistan Alliance Progress for peace and Solidarity
D. Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Progress for Peace and Solidarity


International Day of Democracy is Celebrated Every Year on ——-?
A. 15 September (Answer)
B. 15 October
C. 15 November
D. 15 December


G.T. Road stands for——?
A. Grand Tourist Road
B. Grand Trunk Road (Answer)
C. Great Transport Road
D. None of these


Spain became democratic in which year?
A. 1970
B. 1971
C. 1974
D. 1975 (Answer)


Karez is the irrigation system of which province of Pakistan?
A. punjab
B. sindh
C. KPK
D. Balochistan (Answer)


Capital of Turkey is—–?
A. istanbul
B. Ankara (Answer)
C. damshqus
D. tehran


When Twitter was founded?
A. September 30, 2005
B. March 21, 2006 (Answer)
C. January 1, 2007
D. August 15, 2008


The 2018 Hungarian parliamentary elections were the —– since the adoption of the new constitution by the Country.
A. 1st
B. 2nd (Answer)
C. 4th
D. 6th


The 19th Asian games will be held in which city?
A. Tokyo, Japan
B. Osaka, Japan
C. Kuala lumpur, Malaysia
D. Hanghzou, China (Answer)


The motto of 18th Asian games is —–?
A. Energy of Asia (Answer)
B. Games for Peace
C. Diversity Shines Here
D. Thrilling Games, Harmonious Asia


When King Edward Medical University (oldest university of Pakistan) was established?
A. 1852
B. 1856
C. 1860 (Answer)
D. 1884


Which Country built the World’s tallest Timber tower named Mjos Tower?
A. Iran
B. Japan
C. France
D. Norway (Answer)


Which is the Oldest University of Pakistan?
A. University of the Punjab, Lahore
B. King Edward Medical University, Lahore (Answer)
C. University of Agriculture, Faisalabad


Buzkushi is a —–?
A. River of Afghanistan
B. National tree
C. A traditional afghan drerss
D. A traditional afghan game (Answer)


The Book “Higher Than Hope: The Biography Of Nelson Mandela” is written by?
A. Viny Mandela
B. Hennery Slag
C. Fatima Meer (Answer)
D. None


in how many European Countries Euro currency is used?
A. 15
B. 19 (Answer)
C. 23
D. None of these


When the name of Lyallpur was changed to Faisalabad?
A. September 1, 1977 (Answer)
B. August 1, 1978
C. January 1, 1979
D. March 1, 1980


Abd al-Rahman I was the conquer of —–?
A. Spain (Answer)
B. India
C. Iraq
D. Iran


Name of Central Excise Duty has been changed as a Federal Excise Duty on?
A. 1st July, 2003
B. 1st July, 2005 (Answer)
C. 1st July, 2007
D. 1st July, 2008


Tatar is a —-?

A. Language (Answer)

B. Cuisine

C. Religion

D. Game


 

The day known as the Global family day is —-?

A. December 31

B. January 1 (Answer)

C. January 27

D. July 21


In, Scrabble the number of tiles a player has is—–?

A. 6

B. 7 (Answer)

C. 8

D. 9


Total pockets on a standard pool table are ?

A. 4

B. 6 (Answer)

C. 8

D. 10


+90 is International code for which country?

A. Turkey (Answer)

B. Vietnam

C. Yemen

D. Cuba


How many holes in a standard golf course ?

A. 16

B. 18 (Answer)

C. 20

D. 21


Rotunda Capitol Building is located in —– ?

A. Paris

B. Washington DC (Answer)

C. Berlin

D. Ottawa


News Paper “The Mail” has its origin from ?

A. Moscow

B. London (Answer)

C. Paris

D. Washington


——- is the independence day of Sudan.

A. January 1 (Answer)

B. January 2

C. January 3

D. January 4


The International Day of Older Persons is observed every year on —–?

A. August 1

B. September 1

C. October 1 (Answer)

D. November 1


Provencal language is spoken in —- ?

A. Portugal

B. France (Answer)

C. Ethiopia

D. Rhodesia


February 14 is known as —– ?

A. World Health Day

B. Earth Day

C. Valentine Day (Answer)

D. World Meteorological Day


How many pieces does a player have in Ludo?

A. 7

B. 6

C. 5

D. 4 (Answer)


From which country does Lego come?

A. Denmark (Answer)

B. Australia

C. England

D. Greece


In which sport might you do a slam dunk?

A. Basketball (Answer)

B. Football

C. Tennis

D. Soccer


A card of which colour dismisses a player from the match?

A. Blue

B. Red (Answer)

C. Green

D. Yellow


What is the minimum number of players that can play in one soccer team?

A. 6 players

B. 7 players (Answer)

C. 8 players

D. 9


players In which sport can you hear the score announced as “30-love” ?

A. Tennis (Answer)

B. Football

C. Ludo

D. Soccer


The Bering Strait is a strait of the Pacific, which borders with the Arctic to north. It is located between?

A. Russia and the United States (Answer)

B. Russia and Poland

C. Canada and the United States


What colour belt are martial arts experts entitled to wear?

A. Black (Answer)

B. Red

C. White

D. Green


Which country does footballer Lionel Messi play for?

A. Argentina (Answer)

B. France

C. Brazil

D. Germany


 

How many titles won Brazil in FIFA World Cups? A. 3

B. 4

C. 5 (Answer)

D. 6


With five victories to date, what team has won the FIFA World Cup the most number of times? A. France

B. Germany

C. Spain

D. Brazil (Answer)


Which is the largest river of Canada?

A. St. Lawrence.

B. Florence.

C. McKenzie(Answer)

D. St. Kitty.


what is the size of bedminton court in singles?

A. Width 17f, Length 44f (Answer)

B. Width 16f, Length 44f

C. Width 15f, Length 44f

D. Width 14f, Length 44f


What is the sand on a golf course called?

A. Bunker (Answer)

B. Silica


Which animal has the largest brain in the world? A. Elephant

B. Graffe

C. Sperm whale (Answer)

D. Ostrich


Which animal has the largest ears of any animal in the planet?

A. African Elephant (Answer)

B. Jackrabbit

C. Giraffe

D. Whale Shark


Rotunda Capitol Building is located in —– ?

A. Paris

B. Washington DC (Answer)

C. Berlin

D. Ottawa


Charlie Chaplin’s stolen dead body was recovered in year?

A. 1975

B. 1976

C. 1977

D. 1978 (Answer)


Renminbi is the official currency of——?

A. Taiwan

B. China (Answer)

C. North Korea

D. Philippine


 

Old Name of Palestine is——?

A. Kahira

B. Bhambore

C. Canaan (Answer)

D. None of above


Highest Point Of Hindu Kush Range?

A. Nanga parbat

B. K-2

C. Trich Mir (Answer)

D. Mount Everest


SAFF Championship 2018 was hosted By—–?

A. India

B. Bangladesh (Answer)

C. Maldives

D. Nepal


Which Team Won SAFF Championship 2018?

A. India

B. Pakistan

C. Maldives (Answer)

D. Nepal


The Abu Ghraib Military Prison is located in which of the following Countries?

A. Iraq (Answer)

B. Cuba

C. Afghanistan


Afghanistan became an affiliate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in——?

A. 2001 (Answer)

B. 2002

C. 2003

D. 2007


In which Country ruins of “Cyrene” is located?

A. Egypt

B. Lybia (Answer)

C. Jordan

D. Turkey


In which Country does the desert city Timbuktoo lies?

A. Morocco

B. Mauritania

C. Mali (Answer)

D. Sudan


Darul Uloom Deoband was founded in—-?

A. 31 May 1866 (Answer)

B. 31 June 1867

C. 31 July 1868

D. 31 August 1869


The Presidency of United Nations Security Council rotates every—–?

A. One month (Answer)

B. Six month

C. Twelve month

D. One Year


 

Which of the following Governor General of Pakistan died in exile?

A. Ghulam Muhammad

B. Iskander Mirza (Answer)

C. Khawaja Nazimudin

D. Muhammad Ali Boghra


What is the sand on a golf course called?

A. Bunker (Answer)

B. Silica


Otto Von Bismarck was ——-?

A. Historian of UK

B. Ceazar of Russia

C. First chancelor of German empire (Answer)

D. King of Prussia


Chichen Itza was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya people of the Terminal Classic period, the archaeological site is located at—-?

A. Brazil

B. USA

C. Mexico (Answer)

D. Canada


In relay race, the baton must weight at least— gram?

A. 30

B. 40

C. 50 (Answer)

D. 60


Saigon is the old name of which city?

A. Jakarta

B. Hu Chi Minh (Answer)

C. Manila

D. Bangkok


Which is the only one hockey world cup was played after three years?

A. 1975

B. 1976

C. 1977

D. 1978 (Answer)


From which year Hockey World Cup is being played after every four years?

A. 1980

B. 1982 (Answer)

C. 1984

D. 1986


What is the fastest land snake in the world?

A. Black mamba (Answer)

B. Pythons

C. Anaconda

D. Viper


How many rows and columns are in the modern Periodic Table?

A. 18 columns and 7 rows (Answer)

B. 12 columns and 9 rows

C. 7 columns and 18 rows

D. 25 columns and 15 rows


 

Word “Tusnami” belong to which Language?

A. Veitnam

B. Indonesia

C. China

D. Japan (Answer)


What are rows in Periodic table called?

A. Period (Answer)

B. Group

C. Verticals

D. Perpendiculars


What are Columns in Periodic table called?

A. Period

B. Group (Answer)

C. Verticals

D. Perpendiculars


Where is Largest man made Waterfall?

A. Brazil

B. China (Answer)

C. Canada

D. USA


Which City of the Iran has the biggest Oil refinery of Iran?

A. Abadan (Answer)

B. Asphan

C. Tehran

D. None of them


Total members of International Energy Agency (IEA) are—–?

A. 25

B. 30 (Answer)

C. 35

D. 36


Mo Farah a champion at which sport?

A. Football

B. Swimming

C. Tennis

D. Athletics (Answer)


Michael Phillips has won the most Olympic medals ever, which sport did he compete in?

A. Swimming (Answer)

B. Tennis

C. Soccer

D. Football


The first ever Test match in the history of Cricket was played between England and Australia in——?

A.1867

B.1877 (Answer)

C. 1887

D. 1897


TAPI Gas Pipe Line will go through which sea?

A. Caribbean sea

B. Arabian sea

C. Caspian sea (Answer)

D. None of these


Who was the first Federal Tax Ombudsman of Pakistan?

A. Justice (R) Saleem Kazmi

B. Justice (R) Saleem Akhtar (Answer)

C. Justice (R) Allah Nawaz

D. Justice (R) Ijaz Nisar


The epic Peom “Shahnama” was written by—-?

A. Al Beruni

B. Firdausi (Answer)

C. Amir Khusrau

D. Rumi


The capital of Belarus is———-?

A. Brazilia

B. Minsk (Answer)

C. Manama

D. Sarajevo


FTA stands for——-?

A. Free Transit Agreement

B. Free Trade Agreement (Answer)

C. Free Transport Agreement

D. Free Traveling Agreement


+61 is the international code for which country?

A. Australia (Answer)

B. New Zealand

C. UK


US Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world played on outdoor grass court in london, founded in—–?

A. 1820

B. 1850

C. 1877 (Answer)

D. 1897


The United States Open Tennis Championships is a hard court tennis tournament when it was founded?

A. 1860

B. 1881 (Answer)

C. 1900

D. 1913


When was The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) founded?

A. 1920

B. 1926 (Answer)

C. 1935

D. 1949


+91 is International code for which country?

A. India (Answer)

B. Bangladesh

C. Afghanistan

D. Iran


Where is the headquarter of The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF)?

A. Beijing

B. Tokyo

C. Lausanne (Answer)

D. Singapore


 

Where is the headquarter of The International Association of Athletics Federations IAAF?

A. Monaco (Answer)

B. Vienna

C. Paris

D. London


When Dick Pound founded the World Anti-Doping Agency?

A. November 10, 1999 (Answer)

B. November 10, 2000

C. November 10, 2001

D. November 10, 2002


Where is the Headquarter of The World Anti-Doping Agency?

A. Montreal (Answer)

B. New York

C. London

D. Moscow


In which country early in the year 2018 a team of archaeologists announced the discovery of more than 61,000 long-lost Maya civilization?

A. Guatemala (Answer)

B. Panama

C. Mexico


Brazil ON 15th August which Country(s) celebrates their Independence Day?

A. South Korea

B. India

C. Liechtenstein

D. Congo

E. All of Above (Answer)


International Energy Agency (IEA) was founded in year?

A. 1970

B. 1972

C. 1974 (Answer)

D. 1978


Which is the world’s largest online social network, with 1.5 billion daily user?

A. Instagram

B. Facebook (Answer)

C. Twiter

D. Youtube


What is the height of badminton net from ground?

A. 1.124 meter

B. 1.311 meter

C. 1.524 meter (Answer)

D. 1.834 meter


When did Xi jinping became President of China?

A. March 14, 2013 (Answer)

B. April 14, 2013

C. July 28, 2013

D. September 28, 2013

 


How many States does Sri Lanka have?

A. 5 states

B. 9 states (Answer)

C. 15 states

D. 20 states


 

Quito is a capital of—–?

A. PORTUGAL

B. SERBIA

C. ECUADOR (Answer)

D. BRAZIL


Which Tennis open also called Roland-Garros?

A. The Australian Open

B. The French Open (Answer)

C. Wimbledon

D. US Open


When was Oil and Gas Development Company Limited commonly known as OGDCL founded in —–?

A. June 20, 1961

B. August 20, 1961

C. September 20, 1961 (Answer)

D. October 20, 1961


How many Countries are members of OIC?

A. 55

B. 56

C. 57 (Answer)

D. 64


The Parliament of Cuba is called——?

A. National assembly

B. National Assembly of People’s Power (Answer)

C. Federal assembly

D. Cortes


When Houthi rebels toppled the internationally recognized government in Yemen?

A. 2013

B. 2014 (Answer)

C. 2015

D. 2016


Capital of Togo is—–?

A. Lomé (Answer)

B. Lusaka

C. Khartoum

D. Thirnphu


Dynamite was invented by——?

A. Alfred Nobel (Answer)

B. Thomas Edison

C. William Davis

D. None of these


AP News Agency has its headquarter in ——-?

A. New York (Answer)

B. Washington

C. Paris

D. London


Yerevan is Capital of — Country ?

A. Barbodas

B. Armenia (Answer)

C. Senegal

D. None of these


 

Mostly Which Country sales sophisticated weapons to Saudi Arabia?

A. Russia

B. US (Answer)

C. European countries

D. China


NRO is Abbreviation of——–?

A. No Reconciliation Ordinance

B. National Reconciliation Order

C. No Reconciliation Order

D. National Reconciliation Ordinance (Answer)


Asia Cup 2018 held in which country?

A. UAE (Answer)

B. Bangladesh

C. India

D. Indonesia


UNITA has become a political party in angola but between the 1960,s-1990,s it was one of the chief rebel groups in the country. Who was it’s leader?

A. Robert Mugabe

B. Samuel Doe

C. Jonas Savimbi (Answer)

D. Amilcar Carbral


What is the flattest Continent?

A. Asia

B. Australia (Answer)

C. Europe

D. Antarctica


Who is the author of the book “Kashmir-A Disputed Legacy”?

A. Josef korbel

B. Lawrence Ziring

C. Alistair Lamb (Answer)

D. KK Aziz


FATF is Abbreviation for——-?

A. Financial Action Task foundation

B. Financial Auto Task force

C. Force Action Task Force

D. Financial Action Task Force (Answer)


+20 is International code for which Country?

A. libya

B. Syria

C. Palestine

D. Egypt (Answer)


Where the Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference was held?

A. London

B. Buenos Aires (Answer)

C. Berlin

D. Geneva


What is the Total Construction Cost of World’s longest Sea bridge?

A. $20bn (Answer)

B. $30bn

C. $40bn

D. $50bn


 

Which Country build world’s longest sea bridge? A. Hong Kong

B. China (Answer)

C. Japan

D. Russia


The Capital of “East Timor” is—–?

A. Dili (Answer)


When was Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited, commonly known as PTCL founded in—?

A. 1947 (Answer)

B. 1949

C. 1951

D. 1953


Where is the headquarter of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation?

A. Beijing

B. Toronto

C. Moscow

D. Singapore (Answer)


The Capital of “Belize” is—–?

A. Belmopan (Answer)

B. La Pas

C. Brasila

D. Sucre


Where was Napoleon sent into exile after the “Battle Of Waterloo”?

A. St.Helena (Answer)

B. Elba

C. Corsica

D. Capri


The “Pacific Ocean” was named by—–?

A. Francis Bacon

B.Ferdinand Magellan (Answer)

C. Jame Wilson

D. None of these


Ashgabad is the capital city of——?

A. Kazakhstan

B. Turkmenistan (Answer)

C. Tajikstan

D. Armenia


IBM has purchased open source software company Red Hat for—–?

A. $24 billion

B. $34 billion (Answer)

C. $44 billion

D. $51 billion


“Pakistan: A Modern History” is written by——?

A. Ian Talbot (Answer)

B. Lawrence Ziring

C. Anatol Lieven

D. K.K.Aziz


How many countries are members of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)?

A. 12

B. 21 (Answer)

C. 31

D. 41


The World leader in Geothermal Electricity is——? A. New Zealand

B. USA (Answer)

C. Iceland

D. Pakistan


Who Called Mahatma Gandhi “a half naked fakir”?

A. Nehru

B. Roosevelt

C. Churchill (Answer)

D. none of these


Which Country has 27 stars on its Flag?

A. Mexico

B. Panama

C. Cuba

D. Brazil (Answer)


Where is the headqurter of Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD)?

A. Paris (Answer)

B. New York

C. Geneva

D. Vienna


What is the theme of the 2018 World Food Day (WFD)?

A. A millennium free from hunger

B. Our Actions Are Our Future (Answer)

C. Break the Cycle of Rural Poverty

D. Harvesting nature’s diversity


Who was the founder of Jamat-e-islami?

A. mian tufail muhammed

B. maulana syed abul a’ala moududi (Answer)

C. qazi hussain ahmed

D. siraj ul haq


When was Jamat-e-Islami founded?

A. 26 august, 1941 (Answer)

B. 26 august, 1940

C. 26 august, 1942

D. 26 august, 1943


Max planck received the noble prize in physics in —— for discovery of Energy Quanta?

A. 1915

B. 1916

C. 1917

D. 1918 (Answer)


Who Is the author of “Nineteen-Eighty-Four”??? A.Shakespeare

B. R.K.Layman

C. George Orwell (Answer)

D. None of these


The Ancient City “Prayaga” was renamed as “Allahabad” by which Mughal emperor?

A. Akbar

B. Aurangzeb

C. Humayun

D. Shah Jahan (Answer)


Which Planet is Called Great Red Spot?

A. Neptune

B. Mars

C. Jupiter (Answer)


When did Pakistan became member of IMF?

A. 1947

B. 1948

C. 1950 (Answer)

D. 1951


Which is biggest Restaurant Chain of the World? A. KFC

B. Richet Burgers

C. McDonalds (Answer)

D. Turkish Grill


What is the name of Malaysia’s first female Shariah high court judge?.

A. Justice Nadia Omar

B. Justice Khadeeja Mushtaq

C. Justice Mehar Aalia

D. Justice Nenney Shushaidah (Answer)


When was the Water and Power Development Authority established?

A. February 12, 1958 (Answer)

B. February 12, 1959

C. February 12, 1960

D. February 12, 1961


 

The ruling military junta changed its name from Burma to Myanmar in —-?

A. 1969

B. 1979

C. 1989 (Answer)

D. 1999


The height of Leaning Tower of Pisa is—–?

A. 300m

B. 368m

C. 57m (Answer)

D. 27m


Pine is a —–?

A. fruit

B. vegetable

C. Tree (Answer)

D. Grass


Which Country is the largest producer of Potatoes?

A. India

B. China (Answer)

C. USA

D. Pakistan


When USA declared ISIS as terrorist Organization of the World?

A. 20 May-2016 (Answer)

B. 15 January-2016

C. 15 June-2015

D. 22 March-2016


Who is the auther of book “The Shadow Of The Crescent Moon”?

A. Fatima Bhuto (Answer)

B. Asifa Bhuto

C. Maryam Aurangzaib

D. Zartaj Gul


What is the area of Japan?

A. 477,972 km²

B. 577,972 km²

C. 537,972 km²

D. 377,972 km² (Answer)


Aleppo is a famous city of which Country?

A. Iraq

B. Lebanon

C. Syria (Answer)

D. Iran


In which year IDEAS (International defence exhibition and seminar) was cancelled by government of Pakistan citing devastating floods as the reason?

A. 2002

B. 2006

C. 2014

D. 2010 (Answer)


Pakistan is hosting IDEAS (International defence exhibition and seminar) since 2000 after every —- years?

A. 1

B. 3

C. 2 (Answer)

D. 4


 

What does Biennial means —–?

A. An event occurring every year.

B. An event occurring every two years?(answer)

C. An event occurring every four years.

D. An event occurring every sixteen years.


Which of the following city of Pakistan hosts IDEAS (International defence exhibition and seminar) since it’s inauguration?

A. Lahore

B. Karachi (Answer)

C. Islamabad

D. Rawalpindi


Pakistan is hosting IDEAS (International defence exhibition and seminar) since —-?

A. 2009

B. 2011

C. 2001

D. 2000 (Answer)


Which of the following country owns IDEAS (International defence exhibition and seminar)? A. Pakistan (Answer)

B. India

C. USA

D. China


Which two countries are separated by Mac Mohan Line?

A. India and China (Answer)

B. India and Nepal

C. India and Bangladesh

D. none of these


The term PVC used in the plastic industry stands for——-?

A. Phosphavinyl chloride

B. Phosphor vanadiu chloride

C. Polyvinyl chloride (Answer)

D. Polyvinyl carbobate


What was the old name of Sri Lanka?

A. Burma

B. Ceylon (Answer)

C. Batavia

D. Rawan Lanka


Who is called the father of Modern Psychology? A. Sigmund Freud (Answer)

B. Ibn-e-Khaldoom

C. Adams Smith

D. Charless Darwin


Name the Architecture of Mazar e iqbal ?

A. Nawab Zainunddin

B. Nawab Faizuddin

C. Nawab Zain yar jang Bahadur (Answer)

D. Nawab Faiz yar jang Bahadur


Who is the highest wicket taker in a single test match?

A. Jim Laker (Answer)

B. Imran Khan

C. Yasir Shah

D. Shane Warn


Which of the followning is the world oldest city? A. Damacus (Answer)

B. Cairo

C. Newyork

D. London


 

—- is called “Pearl of Antilles”?

A. Cuba (Answer)

B. Iraq

C. Qatar

D. None


The Mirror is the News paper of—-?

A. USA

B. UAE

C. UK (Answer)

D. GERMANY


Who was the last ICC president as the post of ICC president was abolished in April 2016?

A. Mustafa Kamal

B. Zaheer Abbas (Answer)

C. Shashank Manohar

D. Mr. Srinivasan


The post of ICC president was abolished in —- renamed as ICC chairman?

A. 2013

B. 2015

C. 2016 (Answer)

D. 2018


Where is the Island Corsica?

A. Red Sea

B. Mediterranean Sea (Answer)

C. Indian Sea

D. Dead Sea


Who is the author of the book “Pakistan: Beyond The Crisis State”?

A. Asma Jahngir

B. Dr Sheerin Mazari

C. Maleeha Lodhi (Answer)

D. Tehmina Junjoya


Who is the Author of book “Governing The Ungovernable”?

A. Hassan Askari

B. Dr Ishrat Hussain (Answer)

C. Mamnoon Hussain

D. Justice Nasir ul Mulk


which one is landlocked country between china and Russia?

A. Iran

B. Canada

C. Mongolia (Answer)

D. Pakistan


Tea can be best cultivated on—–?

A. Plains

B. Hill tops

C. Hill slopes (Answer)

D. All of above


What is the name of the Europe’s first underwater restaurant?

A. 5.8 Undersea Restaurant

B. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

C. Under (Answer)

D. SEA


 

Which country is called White Man’s grave?

A. Afghanistan

B. Iraq

C. Haiti

D. Guinea (Answer)


“Penang” is the seaport of——?

A. Malaysia (Answer)

B. United States

C. France

D. Germany


Shaikh Ahmad Sirhindi (Mujaddid Alif Sani) was born on—–?

A. 971 AH (Answer)

B. 973 AH

C. 974 AH

D. 975 AH


Seven Queens of Sindh are mentioned in——?

A. Mashriq Ki Betiyan

B. Shah Jo Risalo (Answer)

C. Sindh Ja Surma

D. Pirs of Sindh


which from the following countries is NOT the member of BRICS?

A. America (Answer)

B. Russia

C. China

D. India


The first nuclear power plant in Pakistan was established at——?

A. Mianwali

B. Islamabad

C. Peshawar

D. Karachi (Answer)


How many countries have successfully detonated nuclear weapons?

A. 5 countries

B. 7 countries

C. 8 countries (Answer)

D. 11 countries


A group of elephants is called——?

A. ZEAL

B. Herd (Answer)

C. MOB

D. TOWER


Where is the headquarter of United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)?

A. Geneva

B. Bonn

C. Vienna (Answer)

D. London


P-waves is a term associated with—–?

A. Earthquakes (Answer)

B. Oceans

C. Wind

D. Rivers


The first space shuttle launched by USA on April 12, 1981 was named?

A. Discovery

B. Endeavor

C. Columbia (Answer)

D. Atlantis


When did Pakistan recognize Bangladesh?

A. Dec 1973

B. Jan 1974

C. Feb 1974 (Answer)

D. Mar 1974


Which country cricket team won the blind world cup 2018?

A. Pakistan

B. India (Answer)

C. Afghanistan

D. Australia


How many times Pakistan won the ” Blind Cricket World Cup”?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2 (Answer)

D. 3


How many points are in bedminton game?

A. 11 points

B. 21 points (Answer)

C. 31 points

D. 41 points


Which of the following countries have the direct access to Black Sea?

A. Hungry

B. Georgia (Answer)

C. Slovakia

D. Greece


Treaty of Lausanne was signed in—–?

A. 1922

B. 1924

C. 1923 (Answer)

D. 1921


Minsk is the capital of—–?

A. Belarus (Answer)

B. Latvia

C. Ukraine

D. None


The longest lunar eclipse of 21st century was occurred on—–?

A. 27th August, 2018

B. 27th July, 2018 (Answer)

C. 27th June, 2018

D. 27th November, 2018


Nine Jewels ( Navaratnas) was Nine Members Courtiers of——?

A. Jahangir

B. Akbar (Answer)

C. Babar

D. Shah Jahan


 

Which King for the first time in Saudi history has officially visited Russia?

A. King Faisal

B. King Salman (Answer)

C. King Ahmad

D. King Bagwar


Surat is a city in which country?

A. India (Answer)

B. Palestine

C. Saudi Arabia

D. Iran


The playground of “Baseball” is known as——?

A. Diamond (Answer)


In international competitions, Weight of Javelin Throw of female is——?

A. 400 g

B. 600 g (Answer)

C. 800 g

D. None of these


Port Dickson is a sea port of which country?

A. Italy

B. Syria

C. Malaysia (Answer)

D. Australia


Nagorno Karabakh region is recognized as part of——?

A. Georgia

B. Turkey

C. Iran

D. Azerbaijan (Answer)


Which PTV Programme was hosted by “PM Benazir Bhutto” during 1970,s?

A. Focus on world

B. Pakistan today

C. Outlook

D. Encounter (Answer)


Which country made world’s largest amphibious aircraft AG600?

A. Russia

B. Japan

C. China (Answer)

D. India


The largest cold desert of the world is in ——?

A. Europe

B. Antarctica (Answer)

C. Africa

D. Asia


Which country has the most number of active volcanoes in the world?

A. Indonesia (Answer)

B. West Indies

C. Mexico

D. Russia


 

Which country has world’s longest zipline?

A. UAE (Answer)

B. India

C. Germany

D. Russia


The world’s tallest hotel is ——-?

A. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel (Dubai)

B. Gevora Hotel (Dubai) (Answer)

C. Marriott Marquis (NY)

D. The Venetian (USA)


The Japanese call their country as —–?

A. Nikon

B. Nippon (Answer)

C. Chingcho

D. Ninja


Which of the following is not a search engine?

A. Yahoo

B. Qzone (Answer)

C. Bing

D. Baidu


Headquarter of Q-Mobile is in ——-?

A. Beijing

B. Karachi (Answer)

C. Shanghai

D. Lahore


Gionee is a —— smartphone manufacturing company that exports parts and sometimes rebadge phones to Karachi based consumer electronics company QMobile?

A. China’s (Answer)

B. USA’s

C. India’s

D. Germany’s


There are —— manufacturing factory of Q-Mobile in Pakistan?

A. 5

B. 3

C. 0 (Answer)

D. 1


QMobile was launched in ——?

A. 2012

B. 2011

C. 2009 (Answer)

D. 2010


+93 is International code for which country?

A. India

B. Iran

C. Afghanistan (Answer)

D. Bangladesh


Which of the following is the longest highway ——-?

A. Karakoram Highway

B. Trans-Canada (Answer)

C. Highway 401

D. Leh-Manali Highway


 

The world’s longest sea bridge Zhuhai Macau linking ——?

A. Hong Kong and China (Answer)

B. Japan and Russia

C. Russia and China

D. China and Russia


Which is the world’s longest sea bridge?

A. Zhuhai Macau Bridge (Answer)

B. Golden Gate Bridge

C. San Francisco Bridge

D. George Washington Bridge


where is white elephant found in the world?

A. Australia

B. Thailand (Answer)

C. Kenya

D. New Zealand


What is the length of world longest sea bridge “Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau “?

A. 50Km

B. 55Km (Answer)

C. 60Km

D. 65Km


The Pearl River is located in which country?

A. Philippines

B. China (Answer)

C. Mayanmar

D. Bangladesh


Hopman Cup is related to which sports?

A. Badminton

B. Lawn Tennis (Answer)

C. Table Tennis

D. Hockey


Ryder Cup related to which sport?

A. Tennis

B. Golf (Answer)

C. Hockey

D. Football


GST was first imposed by which country in the world?

A. Italy

B. France (Answer)

C. Germany

D. Norway


When was first Oscar ceremony held?

A. 1923

B. 1929 (Answer)

C. 1933

D. 1938


Ruble is the Currency of—–?

A. Turkey

B. Singapore

C. Russia (Answer)

D. Korea


 

THE Currency of “Panama” is—–?

A. Peso

B. Kina

C. Balboa (Answer)

D. New Sol


Who was the last Viceroy of India?

A. Lord Mount Batten (Answer)

B. Lord william

C. Charles metcalfe


When Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) Pakistan company was established ?

A. 1962

B. 1963 (Answer)

C. 1964

D. 1965


The FIFA Ballon d’Or 2017 award for the world best player was won by——?

A. Crisitiano Ronaldo (Answer)

B. Lionel Messi

C. Neymar

D. Pogabe


Simly Dam Lake is located near—-?

A. Mirpur

B. Attok

C. Islamabad (Answer)

D. Hassan Abdal


“TT” is the news agancy of—–?

A. Romaina

B. Russia

C. Canada

D. Sweden (Answer)


ROMPRESS is the news agancy of—–?

A. Germany

B. Canada

C. Romania (Answer)

D. Russia


The Headquarters of Twitter is located in——?

A. San Francisco (Answer)

B. New YorK

C. Pairs

D. Geneva


The Port of Naples is the seaport of——?

A. Italy (Answer)

B. Russia

C. France

D. Germany


River Mackenzie is located in—–?

A. Russia

B. Usa

C. UK

D. Canada (Answer)


 

The Arch of Janus is situated in—–?

A. Italy (Answer)

B. France

C. Spain

D. Germany


The author of novel “The Bluest Eye” is—–?

A. Toni Morrison (Answer)

B. Munta Bannerji

C. Shakespeare

D. Adolf Hitler


World No-Tobacco Day is observed on—–?

A. May 31 (Answer)

B. May 29

C. May 28

D. May 22


International Day of “UN Peacekeepers” is observed on—–?

A. May 29 (Answer)

B. May 30

C. July 26

D. May 31


Bitcoin is a Cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash, who founded it?

A. Satoshi Nakamoto (Answer)

B. George Orvil

C. William Ford

D. Drendun Hurt


Which is first Country in the world to fully legalize cannabis (marijuana)?

A. Canada

B. Uruguay (Answer)

C. Norway

D. Australia


—- became the G7 first country to legalize marijuana?

A. USA

B. Canada (Answer)

C. Uruguay

D. None of These


Buddha temple is in—–?

A. India

B. Pakistan

C. China (Answer)

D. USA


The blood donor day is celebrated on——?

A. 14th June (Answer)

B. 15th June

C. 16th June

D. none of these


World’s 1st 3D-Printed e-Bike was manufactured by —–?

A. Japan

B. Germany (Answer)

C. China


The first space shuttle launched by USA on April 12, 1981 was named?

A. Discovery

B. Endeavor

C. Columbia (Answer)

D. Atlantis


When did Pakistan recognize Bangladesh?

A. Dec 1973

B. Jan 1974

C. Feb 1974 (Answer)

D. Mar 1974


Which country cricket team won the blind world cup 2018?

A. Pakistan

B. India (Answer)

C. Afghanistan

D. Australia


How many times Pakistan won the ” Blind Cricket World Cup”?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2 (Answer)

D. 3


How many points are in bedminton game?

A. 11 points

B. 21 points (Answer)

C. 31 points

D. 41 points


Which of the following countries have the direct access to Black Sea?

A. Hungry

B. Georgia (Answer)

C. Slovakia

D. Greece


Treaty of Lausanne was signed in—–?

A. 1922

B. 1924

C. 1923 (Answer)

D. 1921


Minsk is the capital of—–?

A. Belarus (Answer)

B. Latvia

C. Ukraine

D. None


The longest lunar eclipse of 21st century was occurred on—–?

A. 27th August, 2018

B. 27th July, 2018 (Answer)

C. 27th June, 2018

D. 27th November, 2018


Nine Jewels ( Navaratnas) was Nine Members Courtiers of——?

A. Jahangir

B. Akbar (Answer)

C. Babar

D. Shah Jahan


 

Which King for the first time in Saudi history has officially visited Russia?

A. King Faisal

B. King Salman (Answer)

C. King Ahmad

D. King Bagwar


Surat is a city in which country?

A. India (Answer)

B. Palestine

C. Saudi Arabia

D. Iran


The playground of “Baseball” is known as——?

A. Diamond (Answer)


In international competitions, Weight of Javelin Throw of female is——?

A. 400 g

B. 600 g (Answer)

C. 800 g

D. None of these


Port Dickson is a sea port of which country?

A. Italy

B. Syria

C. Malaysia (Answer)

D. Australia


Nagorno Karabakh region is recognized as part of——?

A. Georgia

B. Turkey

C. Iran

D. Azerbaijan (Answer)


Which PTV Programme was hosted by “PM Benazir Bhutto” during 1970,s?

A. Focus on world

B. Pakistan today

C. Outlook

D. Encounter (Answer)


Which country made world’s largest amphibious aircraft AG600?

A. Russia

B. Japan

C. China (Answer)

D. India


The largest cold desert of the world is in ——?

A. Europe

B. Antarctica (Answer)

C. Africa

D. Asia


Which country has the most number of active volcanoes in the world?

A. Indonesia (Answer)

B. West Indies

C. Mexico

D. Russia


 

Which country has world’s longest zipline?

A. UAE (Answer)

B. India

C. Germany

D. Russia


The world’s tallest hotel is ——-?

A. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel (Dubai)

B. Gevora Hotel (Dubai) (Answer)

C. Marriott Marquis (NY)

D. The Venetian (USA)


The Japanese call their country as —–?

A. Nikon

B. Nippon (Answer)

C. Chingcho

D. Ninja


Which of the following is not a search engine?

A. Yahoo

B. Qzone (Answer)

C. Bing

D. Baidu


Headquarter of Q-Mobile is in ——-?

A. Beijing

B. Karachi (Answer)

C. Shanghai

D. Lahore


Gionee is a —— smartphone manufacturing company that exports parts and sometimes rebadge phones to Karachi based consumer electronics company QMobile?

A. China’s (Answer)

B. USA’s

C. India’s

D. Germany’s


There are —— manufacturing factory of Q-Mobile in Pakistan?

A. 5

B. 3

C. 0 (Answer)

D. 1


QMobile was launched in ——?

A. 2012

B. 2011

C. 2009 (Answer)

D. 2010


+93 is International code for which country?

A. India

B. Iran

C. Afghanistan (Answer)

D. Bangladesh


Which of the following is the longest highway ——-?

A. Karakoram Highway

B. Trans-Canada (Answer)

C. Highway 401

D. Leh-Manali Highway


 

The world’s longest sea bridge Zhuhai Macau linking ——?

A. Hong Kong and China (Answer)

B. Japan and Russia

C. Russia and China

D. China and Russia


Which is the world’s longest sea bridge?

A. Zhuhai Macau Bridge (Answer)

B. Golden Gate Bridge

C. San Francisco Bridge

D. George Washington Bridge


where is white elephant found in the world?

A. Australia

B. Thailand (Answer)

C. Kenya

D. New Zealand


What is the length of world longest sea bridge “Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau “?

A. 50Km

B. 55Km (Answer)

C. 60Km

D. 65Km


The Pearl River is located in which country?

A. Philippines

B. China (Answer)

C. Mayanmar

D. Bangladesh


Hopman Cup is related to which sports?

A. Badminton

B. Lawn Tennis (Answer)

C. Table Tennis

D. Hockey


Ryder Cup related to which sport?

A. Tennis

B. Golf (Answer)

C. Hockey

D. Football


GST was first imposed by which country in the world?

A. Italy

B. France (Answer)

C. Germany

D. Norway


When was first Oscar ceremony held?

A. 1923

B. 1929 (Answer)

C. 1933

D. 1938


Ruble is the Currency of—–?

A. Turkey

B. Singapore

C. Russia (Answer)

D. Korea


 

THE Currency of “Panama” is—–?

A. Peso

B. Kina

C. Balboa (Answer)

D. New Sol


Who was the last Viceroy of India?

A. Lord Mount Batten (Answer)

B. Lord william

C. Charles metcalfe


When Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) Pakistan company was established ?

A. 1962

B. 1963 (Answer)

C. 1964

D. 1965


The FIFA Ballon d’Or 2017 award for the world best player was won by——?

A. Crisitiano Ronaldo (Answer)

B. Lionel Messi

C. Neymar

D. Pogabe


Simly Dam Lake is located near—-?

A. Mirpur

B. Attok

C. Islamabad (Answer)

D. Hassan Abdal


“TT” is the news agancy of—–?

A. Romaina

B. Russia

C. Canada

D. Sweden (Answer)


ROMPRESS is the news agancy of—–?

A. Germany

B. Canada

C. Romania (Answer)

D. Russia


The Headquarters of Twitter is located in——?

A. San Francisco (Answer)

B. New YorK

C. Pairs

D. Geneva


The Port of Naples is the seaport of——?

A. Italy (Answer)

B. Russia

C. France

D. Germany


River Mackenzie is located in—–?

A. Russia

B. Usa

C. UK

D. Canada (Answer)


 

The Arch of Janus is situated in—–?

A. Italy (Answer)

B. France

C. Spain

D. Germany


The author of novel “The Bluest Eye” is—–?

A. Toni Morrison (Answer)

B. Munta Bannerji

C. Shakespeare

D. Adolf Hitler


World No-Tobacco Day is observed on—–?

A. May 31 (Answer)

B. May 29

C. May 28

D. May 22


International Day of “UN Peacekeepers” is observed on—–?

A. May 29 (Answer)

B. May 30

C. July 26

D. May 31


Bitcoin is a Cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash, who founded it?

A. Satoshi Nakamoto (Answer)

B. George Orvil

C. William Ford

D. Drendun Hurt


Which is first Country in the world to fully legalize cannabis (marijuana)?

A. Canada

B. Uruguay (Answer)

C. Norway

D. Australia


—- became the G7 first country to legalize marijuana?

A. USA

B. Canada (Answer)

C. Uruguay

D. None of These


Buddha temple is in—–?

A. India

B. Pakistan

C. China (Answer)

D. USA


The blood donor day is celebrated on——?

A. 14th June (Answer)

B. 15th June

C. 16th June

D. none of these


World’s 1st 3D-Printed e-Bike was manufactured by —–?

A. Japan

B. Germany (Answer)

C. China


Eisenhower trophy is given annually to what best amateur team?

A. Baseball

B. Golf (Answer)

C. Tennis

D. None odf these


King Abdullah Died on——?

A. 23rd January 2011

B. 23rd January 2013

C. 23rd January 2015 (Answer)

D. None of these


When Narendar Modi sworn as Indian PM for the first time?

A. 26th May, 2012

B. 26th May, 2013

C. 26th May, 2014 (Answer)

D. None of these


First T20 International was played Between?

A. Australia & England

B. Australia & South Africa

C. Australia & New Zealand (Answer)

D. None of these


Name the only city which has hosted three Olympics?

A. Paris

B. New York

C. London (Answer)

D. None of these


The theme of World Wetlands Day 2019 is——? A. Wetlands For Our Future

B. Wetlands Take Care of Water

C. To inspire the people to save wetland

D. Wetlands and Climate Change (Answer)


Rome Statute, is related to which of the following organizations?

A. World Bank

B. UNIDO

C. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

D. International Criminal Court (ICC) (Answer)


What was the theme of 2019 International Women’s Day?

A. Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030

B. Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives

C. Think equal, build smart, innovate for change (Answer)

D. Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture it


Paristan Lake is in district?

A. Muzzafarabad

B. Skardu (Answer)

C. Peshawar

D. Rawalpindi


Maiden Tower is in—–?

A. Russia

B. France

C. Azerbaijan (Answer)

D. Malaysia


 

The tallest man of Pakistan is—–?

A. Alam Channa

B. Nabeel Islam

C. Zia Rasheed (Answer)

D. Javaid Kazmi


The Currency of Maldives is——?

A. Kwacha

B. Ringgit

C. Rufiyaa (Answer)

D. Pataca


Park Güell is in—–?

A. UAE

B. Spain (Answer)

C. Nepal

D. Japan


Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) founded in——?

A. 1970

B. 1975 (Answer)

C. 1980

D. 1985


Which Country Celebrated Valentine’s Day for the first time on 14 Feb. 2019?

A. Yemen

B. Qatar

C. Saudi Arabia (Answer)

D. Kuwait


The World Science Day is observed every year on —– ?

A. 15 January

B. 25 February

C. 01 March

D. 10th November (Answer)


Eden of Sindh is called—–?

A. Hyderabad

B. Karachi

C. Larkana (Answer)

D. Sukkur


Twyfelfontein is in——?

A. Russia

B. Canada

C. Namibia (Answer)

D. China


Twelve Apostles are in——?

A. France

B. Japan

C. Australia (Answer)

D. Canada


Minaret of Jam is in——–?

A. Indonesia

B. Srilanka

C. Bangladesh

D. Afghanistan (Answer)


 

Loch Ness is freshwater loch in—-?

A. Ireland

B. Scotland (Answer)

C. France

D. Russia


Abu Simbel Temples is in——-?

A. India

B. China

C. Egypt (Answer)

D. Japan


Which of following is the theme of 2019 World Day of Social Justice observed on February 20, 2019?

A. If You Want Peace & Development, Work for Social Justice (Answer)

B. Preventing conflict and sustaining peace through decent work

C. Promote global justice & poverty eradication

D. None of these


Millau Bridge is in—–?

A. England

B. France (Answer)

C. Australia

D. China


Mount Eden Crater is in—-?

A. USA

B. New Zealand (Answer)

C. Australia

D. Japan


Hagia Sophia Museum is in——?

A. India

B. Turkey (Answer)

C. UAE

D. Japan


Leaning Tower of Pisa is in—–?

A. Russia

B. Italy (Answer)

C. France

D. England


Garba Dance is performed in Hindu Festival?

A. Diwali

B. Holi

C. Navartri (Answer)

D. Raksha Bandhan


Garba Dance originated from——?

A. Punjab

B. Gujrat (Answer)

C. Ahmedabad

D. Kolkata


The “Tiger of Mysore” is called——?

A. Titu Mir

B. Nadir Shah

C. Tipu Sultan (Answer)

D. None of these


 

The World Day of Social Justice is observed every year on ——?

A. February, 19

B. February, 20 (Answer)

C. February, 21

D. February, 25


The First Urdu Newspaper daily published after creation of Pakistan was——?

A. Mashriq

B. Imroze (Answer)

C. Watan

D. Nawa-e-Waqat


Indus Valley Civilization belongs to—–?

A. Neolithic Age

B. Metal Age

C. Stone Age

D. Both a & b (Answer)


Jamia Masjid Damascus was built by——?

A. Ameer Muwiya

B. Umar Bin Abdul Aziz

C. Walid I (Answer)

D. Suleman


St. George Fort was built in——?

A. Surath

B. Madras (now Chennai) (Answer)

C. Agra

D. Delhi


First Capital of British Raj was —–?

A. Bombay

B. Delhi

C. Agra

D. Calcutta (Answer)


Last Mughal Empire was——?

A. Babar

B. Shah Jahan

C. Bahadur Shah II (Answer)

D. Jahangir


Financial Action Task Force (FATF) was founded in which year?

A. 1998

B. 1989 (Answer)

C. 1979

D. 1997


What is the largest island in the Caribbean Sea? A. Cuba (Answer)

B. Green island

C. Maui island

D. Bermuda


First Female Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to US is——?

A. Nadia Baeshen

B. Sarah Ayed bent Mohammed Al Ayed

C. Princess Rima bint Bandar (Answer)

D. None of these


 

What is the theme of the 2019 International Mother Language Day?

A. Indigenous Languages as a factor in development, peace and reconciliation (Answer)

B. Quality education, language(s) of instruction and learning outcomes

C. Linguistic diversity and multilingualism count for sustainable development

D. None of the above


When (FATF) was established by the G-7 Summit that was held in Paris?

A. 1981

B. 1989 (Answer)

C. 1991

D. 1995


What is the tenure of FATF Presidentship which rotates among member Countries?

A. 1 year (Answer)

B. 2 years

C. 3 years

D. 4 years


Which countries had the most Nobel Prize winners in 2017?

A. USA (Answer)

B. UK

C. France

D. Germany


Which country has maximum time zones in the world?

A. United States

B. Russia

C. France (Answer)

D. None of these


Sicily is the largest island in which Sea?

A. Red Sea

B. Caspian Sea

C. Arabian Sea

D. Mediterranean Sea (Answer)


The Black forest is located in which European country?

A. Germany (Answer)

B. France

C. Britain

D. Spain


Catalonia is a region of which country?

A. Spain (Answer)

B. Chile

C. Cuba

D. Germany


Where do you find St. Peter’s Basilica?

A. Vatican city (Answer)

B. Russia

C. Spain

D. Cuba


What body of water separates Saudi Arabia from Africa?

A. Red sea (Answer)

B. Mediterranean

C. Caspian Sea

D. Arabian Sea


After many years Cinema houses were opened in Saudi Arabia?

A. 25 Years

B. 20 Years

C. 35 Years (Answer)

D. 55 Years


Which Country and its territories cover the most time zones?

A. Germany

B. Greece

C. France (Answer)

D. Spain


Which US state has the most active volcanoes? A. California

B. Texas

C. Florida

D. Alaska (Answer)


When was the Famous children’s television show “Ainak Wala Jinn” broadcasted by PTV?

A. 1990

B. 1991

C. 1992

D. 1993 (Answer)


Yerevan, one of the world’s continuously inhabited cities, is the Capital of what Country? A. Armenia (Answer)

B. Vatican

C. Spain

D. Cuba


Capital of Chechnya is——?

A. Paris

B. Moscow

C. Grozny (Answer)

D. None of these


The Kyoto Protocol was established in —- at the in —–?

A. 2005 . . . Botswana

B. 1997 . . . Japan (Answer)

C. 1992 . . . Brazil

D. 1997 . . . Sweden


Kingston is the capital of——?

A. Kiribiti

B. Kosovo

C. Jamaica (Answer)

D. None of these


World Polio Day observed every year on——?

A. October 22

B. October 23

C. October 24 (Answer)

D. None of these


In which Country you can visit Machu Picchu?

A. Peru (Answer)

B. Chile

C. Ecuador

D. Colombia


 

Where the First ASEAN summit was held in February 1976?

A. India

B. Indonesia (Answer)

C. Philpine

D. Myanmar


Sheikh Mujib-u-Rahman was born in—–?

A. Tungipara Upazila (Answer)

B. Savar Upazila

C. Uttra Thana

D. Pabna District


From when Pakistani soldiers have been stationed in Saudi Arabia to protect the Kingdom?

A. since the 1950s

B. since the 1960s (Answer)

C. since the 1970s

D. since the 1980s


The World Radio Day (WRD) is observed every year on ——?

A. 12 February

B. 13 February (Answer)

C. 14 February

D. 15 February


Which of the the following is considered as 8th Continent?

A. New Zealand

B. West Asia

C. Zealandia (Answer)

D. None of these


What are the Coldest months in Australia?

A. December and January

B. February and March

C. July and August (Answer)

D. April and May Scientific


Name of Human is——?

A. Homo sapiens (Answer)

B. Mono sapiens


What is the highest waterfall in Europe?

A. Krimml (Answer)

B. Rhine

C. Gullfose

D. Dettifose


Which mountain is known as Savage Mountain? A. K2 (Answer)

B. Mount Everest

C. Kangchenjunga

D. Lhotse


What “Enrico Fermi” invented?

A. X ray machine

B. Betatron

C. Cyclotron

D. Nuclear reactor (Answer)


 

FATF has its headquarter in——-?

A. Paris (Answer)

B. Vienna

C. Hague

D. Washington


Abida Parveen was honored with President of Pakistan award in—–?

A 1984 (Answer)

B 1986

C 1988

D 1990


Samara was built by—–?

A. Walid

B. Mamun

C. Muta’sam (Answer)

D. None of the above


Al-Beruni died in the year—–?

A. 1047

B. 1048 (Answer)

C. 1049

D. None of the above


Grand Mosque at Damascus was built by——-?

A. Abdul Malik

B. Walid bin Abdul Malik (Answer)

C. Umar bin Abdul Aziz

D. None of the above


How many Countries Are the Members Of NATO?

A. 30 (Answer)

B. 29

C. 28

D. 27


Which Country has the most Natural Lakes?

A. Finland

B. Canada (Answer)

C. China

D. None of these


What razor-thin country accounts for more than half of the western coastline of South America?

A. Chile (Answer)

B. Peru

C. Ecuador

D. Colombia


S-400 missile system is associated with which of the following countries?

A. USA

B. N. Korea

C. Russia (Answer)

D. China


The headquarters of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is located in—–?

A. Paris

B. Madrid

C. New York

D. Geneva (Answer)


 

The total number of divisions in AJK is —– ?

A. 2

B. 3 (Answer)

C. 5

D. 6


What is the age of Retirement of Supreme Court Judges?

A. 55

B. 60

C. 64

D. 65 (Answer)


What is the age limit for retirement in Pakistan? A. 60 years (Answer)

B. 55 years

C. 65 years

D. 50 years


Which Country has no River?

A. Qatar

B. UAE

C. JORDAN

D. Saudi Arabia (Answer)


In February 2016, the —- government created the post of Minister of State for Happiness?

A. Saudi Arabia

B. Finland

C. Canada

D. UAE (Answer)


Which is the largest Museum in the World?

A. State Hermitage Museum

B. Louvre Museum (Answer)

C. Metropolitan Museum of Art

D. National Museum of China


Zoroastrian is a worship of——?

A. Air

B. Stone

C. Wood

D. fire (Answer)


World’s highest waterfall is in—–?

A. Brazil

B. USA

C. Venezuela (Answer)

D. Zambia


“KHAD & RAMA” are Secret agencies of—–?

A. Russia

B. Afghanistan (Answer)

C. Albania

D. Iran


Jinnah of Pakistan by Stanely Wolpert was published in—–?

A. 1984 (Answer)

B. 1890

C. 2002

D. 1949


 

Stanley Wolpert wrote the books on——-?

A. Quaid Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

B. Bainzeer Bhutto

C. Z.A. Bhutto

D. A and C both (Answer)


Freetown is the capital of——?

A. Senegal

B. Guinea

C. Sierra leone (Answer)

D. Liberia


Which of the following country has no boundary with Syria?

A. Iraq

B. Iran (Answer)

C. Turkey

D. Israel


The land of hospitality is——?

A. KPK (Answer)

B. Sindh

C. Baluchistan

D. Punjab


How many crops seasons are in Pakistan?

A. 2 (Answer)

B. 3

C. 4


Where is famous “Natural Bridge” located?

A. Kabul , Afghanistan

B. Ankara, Turkey

C. Madrid Spain

D. Virginia, USA (Answer)


When Burma was separated from India?

A. 1935

B. 1936

C. 1937 (Answer)

D. 1938


When Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation was established?

A. 1978

B. 1989 (Answer)

C. 1992

D. 1998


Which of the following is buffer state of Asia?

A. China

B. Afghanistan (Answer)

C. India

D. Srilinka


First marriage of Quaid-e-Azam took place in which Year?

A. 1892 (Answer)

B. 1893

C. 1893


 

Virus is the word of which language?

A. English

B. Latin (Answer)

C. Greek

D. None of These


“Myth of Independence” written by——?

A. Gen. Ayub Khan

B. Gen. Zia ul Haq

C. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (Answer)

D. Imran Khan


Dr.Abdul Qadeer Khan did his Ph.D. from Leaven University of——?

A. Germany

B. Holland

C. Belgium (Answer)

D. Austria


Who give the title “Quaid-e-Azam” to Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

A. Moulana Muhammad Ali Johar

B. Moulan Mazharuddin Shaheed (Answer)

C. Allama Iqbal

D. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan


“Game Changer” is the autobiography of which famous Cricketer?

A. Wasim Akram

B. Shoaib Akhtar

C. Shahid Afridi (Answer)

D. Misbah ul Haq


Pakistan’s response to Indian aggression on February 27 will be remembered as——?

A. Operation Swift Retort (Answer)

B. Operation Zarb-e-Azb

C. Operation Sher-e-Dil

D. None of these


Which day observed on 12, May 2019?

A. International Nurse’s Day

B. Mother Day

C. Health Day

D. Both A & B (Answer)

E. None Of These


“Mein Kampf “or My fight is a book written by——? A. Nelson Mandela

B. Bill Clinton

C. Vladimir Lenin

D. Adolf Hitler (Answer)


 

 

1. The river Danube rises in which country?
Germany.

2. Which US state has the sugar maple as its state tree and is the leading US producer of maple sugar?
Vermont.

3. Which country is nicknamed ‘The Cockpit of Europe’ because of the number of battles throughout history fought on its soil?
Belgium.

4. What is the capital of Libya?
Tripoli.

5. Apart from French, German and Romansch, what is the fourth official language of the Switzerland?
Italian.

6. Which country is the world’s largest producer of coffee?
Brazil.

7. In which city was the world’s first underground train was service opened in 1863?
London.

8. How many pairs of ribs are there in the human body?
12.

9. Which country is separated form Ethiopia by the Red Sea?
Yemen.

10. What is the main port of Italy?
Genoa.

11. Mount Logan is the highest peak in which country?
Canada.

12. In which state is Harvard University?
New Jersey.

13. Which is larger: Norway or Finland?
Finland.

14. Which city was the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy until 1865?
Turin.

15. What is measured by an ammeter?
Electric current.

16. What is a rhinoceros horn made of?
Hair.

17. Which three countries, apart from the former Yugoslavia, share borders with Greece?
Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey.

18. The Palk Strait separates which two countries?
India and Sri Lanka.

19. Ga is the symbol for which element?
Gallium.

20. In the Greek alphabet, what is the name for the letter O?
Omicron.

21. What, in the 16th and 17th century, was a pavana?
A dance.

22. A nephron is the functional unit of which organ in the human body?
Kidney.

23. In which country is the ancient city of Tarsus?
Turkey.

24. The Khyber Pass links which two countries?
Afghanistan and Pakistan.

25. Name the six US states that comprise New England.
Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts.

26. Which musical instrument is played by both exhaling and inhaling?
Harmonica (or mouth organ).

27. The northern part of which country is called Oesling?
Luxembourg.

28. Napier is a city in which country?
New Zealand.

29. What is the Hook of Holland?
A port in the southeast Netherlands,

30. The river Douro forms part of the border between which two countries?
Spain and Portugal.

31. In which country is the Great Slave Lake?
Canada.

32. Which six countries border the Black Sea?
Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.

33. Kathmandu is the capital of which country?
Nepal.

34. What name is given to a mixture of bicarbonate of soda and tartaric acid used in cooking?
Baking powder.

35. AOL are an internet service provider. What does AOL stand for?
America Online.

36. Who discovered penicillin?
Alexander Fleming.

37. Which English queen had an extra finger on her hand?
Anne Boleyn.

38. Which precious metal has the symbol Pt?
Platinum.

39. The Gobi desert extends over which two countries?
China and Mongolia.

40. Apart from America, which is the only country in the world to which alligators are native?
China.

41.Which are the highest types of clouds: stratocumulus or cirrus?
Cirrus.

42. Which ancient measure of length was based on the length of the arm from fingertip to elbow?
Cubit.

43. After World War I, Transylvania became part of which country?
Romania.

44. Which sea in Northern Europe is bounded by several countries including Sweden, Finland, Poland and Germany?
The Baltic.

45. A road tunnel runs from Pelerins in France to Entreves in Italy under which mountain?
Mont Blanc.

46. The Barents Sea is part of which ocean?
Arctic.

47. Which two countries are either side of the mouth of the River Plate?
Argentina and Uruguay.

48. Quicklime is an alkaline powder obtained by strongly heating which other material?
Chalk.

49. What is the longest river solely in England?
Thames.

50. The Great Barrier Reef is off coast of which Australian state?
Queensland.

51. What is the name of the milky fluid obtained from trees which is used to produce rubber?
Latex.

52. Of what is entymology the study?
Insects.

53. Of where is Amman the capital?
Jordan.

54. How many innings are there for each team in a game of baseball?
Nine.

55. Which is the only mammal with the power of active flight?
Bat.

56. Which lower level of clouds are commonly called ‘rain clouds’?
Nimbus.

57. What is the longest river in India?
Ganges.

58. Which metallic element has the property of catching fire if dropped in hot water?
Sodium.

59. Which month of the year obtains its name from the Latin verb for ‘to open’?
April.

60. On what river does Rome stand?
Tiber.

61. Quantas is the national airline of which country?
Australia.

62. What in Scotland is the meaning of the prefix ‘Inver’?
River mouth.

63. Which US state has the lowest population?
Alaska.

64. Which county is nicknamed the Garden of England?
Kent.

65. Which African country was formerly called French Sudan?
Mali.

66. Which sport was originally called ‘soccer-in-water’?
Water polo.

67. Which unit of measurement is derived from the Arabic quirrat, meaning seed?
Carat.

68. Which Italian city was originally built on seven hills?
Rome.

69. What does the acronym NAAFI stand for?
Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes.

70. Dolomite is an ore of which metal?
Magnesium.

71. Manama is the capital of which country?
Bahrain.

72. On which river does Berlin stand?
River Spree.

73. What type of clock was invented in 1656 by Christian Huygens?
The pendulum clock.

74. In which desert is the world’s driest place?
Atacama (Chile).

75. Which is the world’s saltiest sea?
The Red Sea.

76. …… and which is the least salty?
The Baltic Sea.

77. Which nun won the Nobel prize for peace in 1979?
Mother Teresa.

78. How many points in the pink ball worth in snooker?
Six.

79. Which scientist was named ‘Person of the Century’ by Time Magazine?
Albert Einstein.

80. What kind of creature is a monitor?
Lizard.

 

81.Which medical specialty is concerned with the problems and illnesses of children?
Pediatrics.

82. Who sailed in Santa Maria?
Christopher Columbus.

83. What name is given to the stiffening of the body after death?
Rigor mortis.

84. Which country was formerly known as Malagasy Republic?
Madagascar.

85. Addis Ababa is the capital of which country?
Ethiopia.

86. The name of which North African city literally means ‘white house’?
Casablanca.

87. Of what sort of fish is the dogfish a small variety?
Shark.

88. Which Asian country was divided at the 38th parallel after World War II?
Korea.

89. What is the name of the Winter Olympics event that combines cross-country skiing and shooting?
Biathlon.

90. Which American science-fiction writer wrote Fahrenheit 451?
Ray Bradbury.

91. For which powerful opiate is diamorphine the technical name?
Heroin.

92. How many dominoes are there in a normal set?
28.

93. Who was cartoonist who created Batman?
Bob Kane.

94. Aerophobia is a fear of flying, agoraphobia is a fear of open spaces, what is acrophobia a fear of?
Heights.

95. In computing, how is a modulator-demodulator more commonly known?
Modem.

96. An auger bit is used to drill what type of material?
Wood.

97. What part of the wheelbarrow is the fulcrum?
The wheel.

98. What C is a device used to determine small lengths, of which a vernier is one type?
Caliper.

99. Rip, chain and band are types of which tools?
Saw.

100. What calibrated tool was the standard tool for engineers and scientists prior to the invention of the hand-held calculator?
Slide rule.


Which is the number one game in the World?

A. Soccer (Answer)


 

101. What P is sometimes referred to as block and tackle?
Pulley.

102. For what purpose would a gardener use a dibber?
Making holes.

103. What J is a device used to raise an object too heavy to deal with by hand?
Jack.

104. Ball-pein, club, claw and bush are types of which tool?
Hammer.

105. Which African animal’s name means ‘river horse’?
Hippopotamus.

106. Which Indian religion was founded by Guru Nanak?
Sikhism.

107. What is the most distant of the giant planets?
Neptune.

108. What is the capital of Austria?
Vienna.

109. What in printing do the letters ‘u.c.’ stand for?
Upper case.

110. Which eye infection is sometimes called pinkeye?
Conjunctivitis.

111. What sort of creature is an iguana?
A lizard.

112. What, politically, does UDI stand for?
Unilateral declaration of independence.

113. Wagga Wagga is a city in which Australian state?
New South Wales.

114. Which Indian religion celebrated the 300th anniversary of its founding in 1999?
Sikhism.

115. What do the initials FBI stand for?
Federal Bureau of Investigation.

116. By what name is the fruit of the plant Ananas comosus known?
Pineapple.

117. Donnerstag is German for which day of the week?
Thursday.

118. What type of citrus fruit is a shamouti?
Orange.

119. Apiphobia is a fear of what?
Bees.

120. Which Asian capital city was known as Batavia until 1949?
Jakarta.

121.Which astronomical unit os distance is greater, a parsec or a light year?
A parsec.

122. The ancient city of Carthage is now in which country?
Tunisia.

123. What in Russia is Izvestia?
A newspaper.

124. Which is the world’s windiest continent?
Antarctica.

125. In the book Treasure Island what is the name of the ship?
Hispaniola.

126. In which part of the body are the deltoid muscles?
Shoulder.

127. E is the international car registration letter for which country?
Spain.

128. Vienna stands on which river?
Danube.

129. What type of camel has two lumps?
Bactrian.

130. In the MG motor car, what do the letters MG stand for?
Morris Garages.

131. The name of which Roman god means ‘shining father’ in Latin?
Jupiter.

132. What is the central colour of a rainbow?
Green.

133. Which French city is a meeting place for the European Parliament?
Strasbourg.

134. What part of the body consists of the duodenum, the jejunum and the ileum?
Small intestine.

135. Annapurna is a mountain in which mountain range?
Himalayas.

136. What kind of foodstuff is Monterey Jack? (It was also a cartoon’s name
‘What’s for breakfast?’

137. What is the name of a person, plant or animal which shuns the light?
Lucifugous.

138. What, in field of optics, is biconvex?
A lens which is convex on both sides.

139. Which country was invaded in Iraq in 1980?
Iran.

140. What did Johann Galle discover in 1846?
Neptune.
41. What, in internet terminology, does SMTP stand for?
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.

142. How is October 24 1929 remembered?
Black Thursday.

143. The River Danube flows into which sea?
The Black Sea.

144. Which strait separates the North and South islands of New Zealand?
Cook Strait.

145. What, in internet terminology, does FTP stand for?
File Transfer Protocol.

146. Who wrote Black Beauty?
Anna Sewell.

147. What is the capital of Poland?
Warsaw.

148. Ice-cream was first produced in which country in the 17th century?
Italy.

149. In medicine, what does the acronym SARS stand for?
Severe Acute Respiratory System.

150. Which popular name for Netherlands is actually a low-lying region of the country?
Holland.


151.Which Shakepeare play was set in Elsinore Castle, Denmark?
Hamlet.

152. Who said: ‘Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration’?
Edison.

153. The Kyukyu Island chain lies between which two countries?
Japan & Taiwan.

154. Which fibrous protein is the major constituent of hair, nails, feathers, beaks and claws?
Keratin.

155. Of which fruit is morello a variety?
Cherry.

156. Which explorer discovered Victoris Falls in Africa?
David Livingstone.

157. Who was the last king of Egypt?
Farouk.

158. What is the literal meaning of the word mafia?
Bargging.

159. Which war lasted 16 years longer than its name implies?
The Hundred Year’s War.

160. What is the national sport of Malaysia and Indonesia?
Badminton.
161. Which is the shallowest of the Great Lakes?
Lake Erie.

162. What name is given to minute or microscopic animals and plants that live in the upper layers of fresh and salt water?
Plankton.

163. Which country was originally named Cathay?
China.

164. Sinhalese is a language spoken in which country?
Sri Lanka.

165. The Sao Francisco river flows through which country?
Brazil.

166. In which sport do teams compete for the Dunhill Cup?
Golf.

167. Which Shakespeare character’s last words are: ‘The rest is silence’?
Hamlet.

168. In economics, whose law states that: ‘bad money drives out good money’?
Gresham’s

169. Who made the first navigation of the globe in the vessel Victoria?
Magellan.

170. Which mountaineer on being asked why he wanted to climb Everest said: ‘Because it’s there’?
George Mallory.


 

171.What was the former name for Sri Lanka?
Ceylon.


172. Of which Middle East, country is Baghdad the capital?
Iraq.


173. How many arms does a squid have?
Ten.


174. Which indoor game is played with a shuttlecock?
Badminton.


175. Do stalactites grow upwards or downwards?
Downwards.


176. What food is also called garbanzo?
Chick-pea.


177. What is the quality rating for diesel fuel, similar to the octane number for petrol?
Catane number.


178. Which German city and port is at the confluence of the rivers Neckar and Rhine?
Mannheim.


179. Where in Europe are the only wild apes to be found?
Gibraltar.


180. The Brabanconne is the national anthem of which country?
Belgium.


 

181. In which country is the River Spey?
Switzerland.


182. Which international environmental pressure group was founded in 1971?
Greenpeace.


183. What is the capital of Morocco?
Rabat.


184. How many balls are on the table at the start of a game of pool?
Sixteen.


185. In which country is the volcano Mount Aso?
Japan.


186. What name is given to inflammation of one or more joints, causing pain, swelling and restriction of movement?
Arthritis.


187. Which mineral is the main source of mercury?
Cinnabar.


188. What A is the national airline of Russia, code name SU?
Aeroflot.


189. What would be kept in a quiver?
Arrows.


190. What ‘ology’ is concerned with the study of unidentified flying objects?
Ufology.


 

191. In the game of darts, what is the value of the outer bull?
25.


192. In which part of the human body is the cochlea?
Ear.


193. What is the modern name of the rocky fortress which the Moors named Gabel-al-Tarik (the Rock of Tarik)?
Gibraltar.


194. What was the name of German terrorist Andreas Baader’s female partner?
Ulrike Meinhof.


195. And what was the name of the urban guerrilla organisation they headed?
The Red Army Faction.


196. Which German bacteriologist discovered Salvarsan, a compound used in the treatment of syphilis, before the introduction of antibiotics?
Paul Ehrlich.


197. Which ancient Roman satirist wrote the 16 Satires?
Juvenal.


198. Who became the Queen of Netherlands in 1980?
Beatrix.


199. Who was the last Bristish king to appear in battle?
George II.


200. What is the art of preparing, stuffing and mounting the skins of animals to make lifelike models called?
Taxidermy.


201. What is Autralia’s capital city?
Canberra.


202. What is the Beaufort scale used to measure?
Wind speed.


203. What is the technical name for abnormally high blood presure?
Hypertension.


204. What part of eye is responsible for its color?
The iris.


206. The letter RF on a stamp would indicate it is from which country?
France.


207. What is the meaning of the musical termcantabile?
In a singing style.


208. San Juan is the capital of which island in the West Indies?
Puerto Rico.


209. Which profession gets its name from the Latin word for lead?
Plumbing.


210. On which part of the body do grasshoppers have their ears?
Hind legs.


 

212. What is the second planet from the sun?
Venus.


213. What is the highest mountain in the Alps?
Mont Blanc.


214. Of which Caribbean country is Port-au-Prince the capital?
Haiti.


215. Which German city is asscociated with the legend of the Pied Piper?
Hameln, or Hamelin.


216. What name is given to the wind pattern that brings heavy rain to South Asia from April to September?
Monsoon.


217. What is the first book of the New Testament?
The Gospel according to Saint Matthew.


218. What name is given to the time taken for half the atoms in a sample of a radioactive isotope to decay?
Half-life.


219. Who was president of Kenya from 1964 to 1978?
Jomo Kenyatta.


220. Which German author wrote the anti-war novel All Quiet on the Western Front?
Erich Maria Remarque.


 

221. Which country had a police force called the Tonton Macoutes?
Haiti.


222. What would you find in formicary?
Ants.


223. Who was the first British sovereign to make regular use of Buckingham Palace when in residence in London?
Queen Victoria.


224. Of where is Sofia the capital?
Bulgaria.


225. What is meant by the musical term andante?
At a moderate tempo.


226. In a bullfight, what is the mounted man with a lance called?
A picador.


227. Which team has a soccer team called Ajax?
Amsterdam.


228. Which Dutch explorer discovered New Zealand?
Abel Tasman.


229. Who became first black world heavyweight boxing champion in 1918?
Jack Johnson.


230. The name of which city in South America means Vale of Paradise?
Valparaiso.


 

231. Which gas used in advertising signs has the symbol Ne?
Neon.


232. Which branch of mathematics uses symbols to represent unknown quantities?
Algebra.


233. What does the abbreviation RAF stand for?
Royal Air Force.


234. What name is given to the use of live animals in the experiments?
Vivisection.


235. Viti Levu is the largest island of which country?
Fiji.


236. The Golden Arrow was a famous train that ran from Paris to which destination?
Monte Carlo.


237. Which country fought on both sides during World War II?
Italy.


238. What centigrade temperature is gas mark 6 equal to?
200 degrees C.


239. In the game of chess, which piece is called springer in Germany?
Knight.


240. What is the meaning of the Russian word ‘mir’?
Peace.


241. Who, in World War II, were Axis Power?
Germany, Italy. Japan.


242. Which scientist used kites to conduct electrical experiments?
Benjamin Frankline.


243. What is the longest river in France?
Loire.


244. Which inventore had a research laboratory at Menlo Park?
Edison.


245. Which birds fly in groups called skeins?
Geese.


246. In medicine, which is the most widespread parasitic infection?
Malaria.


247. What nationality was the explorer Ferdinand Magellan?
Portuguese.


248. Which Italian city is called Firenze in Italian?
Florence.


249. What is Autralia’s largest city?
Sydney.


250. Which term meaning ‘lightning war’ was used to describe military tactics used by Germany in World War II?
Blitzkrie

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