General Knowledge Set-13 ( IBA KPPSC CSS )

General Knowledge Set-13 for preparation. ( PPSC FPSC NTS )

The World’s famous deserts Nubian is located in which country?

A. Northeast Sudan
B. Namibia
C. Eastern Asia
D. South Africa

“Al Farooq” and “Al Ghazali” is written by:

A. Altaf Hussain Hali
B. Deputy Nazir Ahmed
C. Shibli Nomani
D. None of these

Al Zahrawi was the court physician of:

A. Al-Hakim II
B. Haroon-ur-Rasheed
C. Mamun-ur-Rashid
D. Al-Hakimfv4

Ahmed bin Baytar was a:

A. Botanist
B. Chemist
C. Minister
D. Physicist

Which is the most beautiful harbour of the world?

A. Singapore
B. Seattle
C. Sydney
D. Tripoli

Which of the following is seaport of USA?

A. Seattle seaport
B. San Francisco seaport
C. Honolulu seaport
D. All these

Name the person who discovered Greenland?

A. John Cabot
B. Eric the Red
C. Koro Gligora
D. None of these

Ottawa convention 1997 is related to:

A. Environment Protection
B. Preserving wild Life
C. Banning Landmines
D. Banning Chemical Weapons

Which of the following is the sacred book of Hinduism?

A. Vedas
B. Upanishads
C. Ramayana
D. All of them

The historic garden Shalimar was built by Shah Jahan in:

A. 1634
B. 1639
C. 1642
D. 1652

Which is the second-longest mountain in the world?

A. Indies
B. Karakoram
C. Himalayas
D. Hindu Kush

Which one of the following gas was used as a chemical weapon in the First World War?

A. Carbon Monoxide
B. Hydrogen Cyanide
C. Mustard gas
D. None of the above

What was the immediate cause for the outbreak of the First World War?

A. The Imprisonment of Lenin
B. The Sudden death of Lloyd George
C. The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand
D. None of the above

Which of the following is the correct group of Kharif Crops?

A. Rice, Millet, Maize, Cotton
B. Jowar, Bajra, Rice, Cotton, Jute, Gram
C. Groundnut, Bajra, Barley, Sorghum, Wheat
D. None of these

In which country was the first oil-well drilled in 1859?

A. Saudi Arabia
B. USA
C. Russia
D. Venezuela

Where was the world’s first oil-well drilled in the nineteenth century?

A. Baku in Russia
B. Titusville in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
C. Digboi in Assam, India
D. Dhahran in Saudi Arabia

Lahore is situated on bank of which river?

A. Ravi River
B. Nile River
C. Elbe River
D. Kabul River

Brussels is situated on bank of which river?

A. Senno River
B. Sumida River
C. Indus River
D. Amazon River

Paris is situated on bank of which river?

A. Seine River
B. Spree River
C. Rhine River
D. None of these

A land-locked country in Africa is:

A. Zambia
B. Tanzania
C. Nigeria
D. Somalia

Which crop is affected by the disease called blast?

A. Rice
B. Wheat
C. Sugarcane
D. None of these

Which of the following towns is situated at the highest altitude?

A. Lhasa
B. Kathmandu
C. Windsock
D. La Paz

Bonn (city) is situated on bank of river:

A. Delaware River
B. Elbe River
C. Rhine River
D. None of these

Which river is called “Father of Rivers”?

A. Indus
B. Nile
C. Amazon
D. Congo

Which of the following rivers is also called yellow river?

A. Hwang Ho River
B. Nile River
C. Amazon River
D. None of these

Taj Mahal is situated on bank of river:

A. Brahmaputra
B. Ganges
C. Yamuna
D. None of these

In which year the holy month of Ramadan is expected to occur twice?

A. 2025
B. 2030
C. 2035
D. 2040

Which country is the largest exporter of Barely in the world?

A. Russia
B. Ukraine
C. France
D. Spain

Country with the largest GNP (Gross National Product) is:

A. China
B. Germany
C. Japan
D. United States

Who was the last Prime Minister of Turkey?

A. Abdullah Gül
B. Hulusi Akar
C. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu
D. Binali Yıldırım

East Timor got independence from which country?

A. Mongolia
B. Indonesia
C. Australia
D. None of the Above

What was the capital of Russia before Moscow?

A. Volgograd
B. Kaliningrad
C. Saint Petersburg
D. Krasnodar

Which country is the world’s largest Paper Producer country?

A. China
B. Russia
C. America
D. Brazil

Which country is the largest producer of Rice?

A. India
B. China
C. USA
D. Sri Lanka

What is the length of Kartar-Pur Corridor in Kilometers?

A. 2.7 km
B. 3.7 km
C. 4.7 km
D. 5.7 km

Asia, Africa and Europe combinely called ___.

A. New World
B. Ancient World
C. Stone Age World
D. Old World

Shah Jahan married how many times?

A. Six times
B. Seven times
C. Nine times
D. Eleven ties

How many white star are there in European Union flag?

A. Five Stars
B. Seven Stars
C. Eleven Stars
D. Twelve Stars

How many white star are there in Singapore flag?

A. Five Stars
B. Seven Stars
C. Eleven Stars
D. Twelve Stars

When World Cancer day is observed?

A. 4th Feb
B. 8th Feb
C. 14th Feb
D. 24th Feb

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