1. Iran was first to recognize Pakistan.
  2. Pakistan opened its first embassy in Iran.
  3.  Egypt was first to open its embassy in Pakistan.
  4. First captain of Pakistan’s cricket team Abdul Hafeez Kardar.
  5. Pakistan cricket team first visited India
  6. First century of Pakistani Player Nazar Mohammed against India in 1954 in Lacknow.
  7. First governor of State Bank Zahid Hussain.
  8. First Lady governor Rana Liaquat Ali (Sindh) 1973-1976.
  9. First lady federal minister Vikarun Nisa Noor (Tourism).
  10. First state to join Pakistan was Bahawul Pur, 1954.
  11. First Woman University is located in Rawalpindi.
  12. First governor of Punjab – Francis Moody.
  13. First governor State Bank was Zahid Hussain.
  14. First daily newspaper is Amroz 1947.
  15. First lady pilot was Shukriya Khanum.
  16. First museum of Pak established in Karachi in 1950.
  1. First Bank was United Bank (7th August, 1947)
  2. First Agriculture Reforms in Pak: Jan: 24, 1959.
  3. First Chief Election Commissioner of Pak: Mr. Khan F.M.Khan (25th March, 1956).
  4. First Muslim Commander in Chief of Pak: Ayub Khan.
  5. First Radio Station of Pakistan was established in Karachi.
  6. First T.V station was setup at Lahore on Nov: 26, 1964.
  7. First Lady Major General in Pak: Dr. Shahida Malik.
  8. First Space satellite was launched by Pakistan in 1990.
  9. First private TV Channel STN launched in 1990.
  10. First Chairman Senate was Habibullah Khan.
  11. First woman judge of High Court: Majida Rizvi.
  12. First constructed barrage of Pakistan is Sukkur Barrage.
  13. First Secretary General of Pakistan is Ch: Mohd: Ali
  14. First Person who received Nishan-e-Haider- Captain Raja Sarwar
  1. First Governor General of Pakistan- Quaid-e-Azam
  2. First President of Pakistan- Iskandar Mirza
  3. First Prime minister of Pakistan- Nawab Liaqat Ali Khan
  4. First elected President of Pakistan- Field Marshal Ayub Khan
  5. First elected Prime Minister- Z. A. Bhutto
  6. First Vice President of Pakistan- Nur-ul-Amin
  7. First Chief Minister of Punjab- Iftikhar Hussain Memdoot
  8. First Chief Minister of Sindh- Ayub Khoro
  9. First Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa- Dr. Khan Sahib
  10. First Chief Minister of Balochistan- Sardar Atta ullah Mengal
  11. First Governor of Punjab- Sir Francis Moody
  12. First Muslim Governor of Punjab- Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar
  13. First Governor of Sindh- Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah
  14. First Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (NWFP)- Sir George Cunningham
  15. First Muslim Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa- Sahibzada Mohammad Khurshid
  16. First Governor of Balochistan- Lt. Gen Riaz Hussain
  17. First Governor of Gilgit-Baltistan- Shamma Khalid
  18. First Joint chief of Staff committee- General Muhammad Sharif
  19. First Commander-in-chief of Army- Gen.Frank Meservy
  20. First Muslim Commander-in-chief of Army- G.M. Ayub Khan
  21. First Commander-in-chief of Air Force- Air vice Marshal Allan Perry Keene
  22. First Muslim Commander-in-chief of Air force- Air Marshal Asghar Khan
  23. First Commander-in-chief of Navy- Rear Admiral James Wilfred Jefford
  24. First Muslim Commander-in-chief of Navy- Haji Muhammad Sadique Chaudhry
  25. First Cruise missile- Hatf VII (Babur) August 11, 2005
  26. First constitution of Pakistan was enforced- March 23, 1956
  27. Second constitution of Pakistan was enforced- 8 June 1962
  1. Third constitution of Pakistan was enforced- 14 August 1973
  2. First Foreign Minister of Pakistan- Sir Zafarullah Khan
  3. First SOS village of Pakistan- Lahore (1977)


  • First Pakistan Postal stamp issued- July 1948
  • First DNA Test laboratory- Islamabad (March, 2006)
  • First martial law was imposed in Pakistan- 7 October 1958
  • First captain of Pakistani cricket team- Hafeez Kardar
  • First female chancellor in the Pakistan- Begum Ra’na Liaqat Ali Khan
  • First female vice chancellor in Pakistan- Najma Najam
  • First female university of Pakistan- Fatima Jinnah Women University
  • First female gold champion in Pakistan- Shehzadi Gulfam
  • First female representative of Pakistan in the UN- Shaista Ikramullah
  • First female deputy speaker in Pakistan-Begum Jahanara Shahnwaz
  • First female minister of Population- Dr. Attiya Inayatullah
  • First female Pakistani minister of finance- Benazir Bhutto
  • First female minister of law and human rights- Shahida Jamil
  • First female “foreign ministry spokesperson- Tasleem Aslam
  • First private Airline of Pakistan- Hajvery Airline
  • First public airline of Pakistan- Orient Airline
  • First Nuclear reactor of Pakistan is Karachi nuclear power plant 1972
  • First Woman Judge of High Court of Pakistan- Majida Razvi
  • First Speaker of Constitution Assembly- Molvi Tameez ud Din
  • First Pakistani who received noble Prize- Dr. Abdus Salam (1979 in Physics)
  • First Pakistani who received Lenin Prize- Faiz Ahmad Faiz (1961)
  • First woman Prime Minister in Pakistan- Benazir Bhutto
  • First female Speaker of National Assembly- Fahmeeda Mirza
  • First Finance Minister of Pakistan- Ghulam Muhammd
  • First Census in Pakistan- 1951
  • First natural gas reserves were discovered in Pakistan- Sui (1952)
  • First news agency of Pakistan –APP
  • First Pakistani female athlete who won gold medal in SAF Games- Naseem Hameed
  • First railway track- Karachi and Kotri (1861)
  •  First bio-gas plant was installed in 1974
  • First Five year plan of Pakistan- (1955-1960)
  • First Pakistani who climbed mount Everest- Nazir Sabir (2000)
  • First Pakistani who draw Pakistani flag in North pole- Numira Saleem
  • First emergency was declared in Pakistan- July 25, 1948
  • First rocket launched by Pakistan- Rahbar
  • First missile launched by Pakistan- Hat 70
  • First female Governor of Pakistan- Begum Ra’an Liaqat Ali
  • First Chief of staff of the Armed Forces- Tikka Khan
  • First Chief of staff of the Air Force- Air Marshal Zaffar Ahmed
  • First Chief of staff of the Navy – Hafeez Ahmed
  • Larges Oil refinery- Pak-Arab Oil refinery.
  • Biggest mosque in Pakistan- Faisal Mosque Islamabad.
  • Tallest building of Pakistan- Muslim commercial Bank Building (Karachi).
  • Oldest forest of Pakistan- Janipur (Found between Loralai And Ziarat
  • Longest Motorway in Pakistan- M-8
  • Biggest Hockey Stadium of Pakistan- National Hockey Stadium Lahore
  • Biggest industry of Pakistan –Textile
  • Biggest industrial unit in public sector- Pakistan Steel Mills.
  • Biggest province by population- Punjab
  • Biggest library found in Pakistan- Punjab Library
  • Biggest airline of Pakistan- PIA
  • Biggest railway workshop in Pakistan- Mughalpura (Lahore)
  • Largest city of Pakistan- Karachi
  • Largest District of Pakistan- Chaghi
  • Biggest desert found in Pakistan- Thar
  • Highest battle field in Pakistan- Siachin Glacier
  • Hottest place in Pakistan- Jacobabad
  • Biggest airport of Pakistan- Quaid-e-Azam Airport Karachi
  • Biggest Commercial Bank of Pakistan- Habib Bank Limited
  • Biggest Barrage of Pakistan- Sukkur Barrage (1932)
  • Oldest airline of Pakistan- Orient Airline
  • Oldest private Airline of Pakistan- Hajvery Airline
  • Largest & longest river- Indus (2896 Km) 1800 miles
  • Biggest man-made lake found in Pakistan- Keenjhar Lake (Thatha)
  • Biggest natural lake in Pakistan- Manchar Lake (Dadu)
  • Pakistan’s largest Stock Exchange- Karachi
  • Highest pass- Khunjerab Pass (6000 meters)
  • Biggest Gas field- Sui Gas field
  • Biggest hydroelectric power station- Tarbela Dam
  • Largest jungle of Pakistan- Changa Manga
  • Highest military award- Nishan-e-Haider
  • Highest civil award- Nishan-e- Pakistan
  • The Tallest Minaret in Pakistan- Four minarets of Shah Faisal Mosque with a height of 286 feet each.
  • The Tallest Mountain Pass Pakistan- Muztagh Pass (Nothern Areas) height 19,030 feet
  • The Tallest Mountain Peak Pakistan- K-2 (Karakoram) height 28,269 feet
  • The Tallest Railway Station Pakistan- Khan Mehtarzai (height 2,221 feet)
  • First Loin of Pakistan was designed by- Brandley
  • The area lowest rainfall in Pakistan- Nokkundi
  • The oldest Pakistani TV Station in located in- Lahore
  • Largest mobile company in Pakistan- Mobil ink
  • Largest sector of Pakistan’s economy- Agriculture sector
  • Largest Trade partner of Pakistan- USA
  • Lowest point below the sea level in Pakistan- Indian Ocean
  • Biggest Thermal power station founded in- Pakistan Kot Addou
  • Biggest export item in Pakistan- Textile (Cotton)
  • Highest rainfall area of Pakistan- Murree
  • Largest min excavated in Pakistan- Salt mines Khewra
  • Largest stadium of athletics of Pakistan- Islamabad
  • Highest population density rate in Pakistan- Islamabad
  • Lowest population density rate in Pakistan- Chaghi district
  • Largest seaport of Pakistan- Karachi
  • Largest radio station in Pakistan- Islamabad
  • Highest radio station in Pakistan- Gilgit
  • Longest road in Pakistan- Pakistan Highway
  • Largest Division of Pakistan- Kalat
  • Smallest Division of Pakistan- Karachi
  • Shortest river of Pakistan- Ravi River
  • Largest Canal of Pakistan- Llovd Barrage Canal
  • Largest Hospital in Pakistan- Nishtar Hospital
  • Largest mausoleum in Pakistan- Quaid-e-Azam Tomb, Karachi
  • Largest circulating Daily Newspaper of- Pakistan Jang
  • Largest circulating English Daily Newspaper of Pakistan- Daily News
  • Biggest park in Pakistan- Ayub National park
  • Larges Dam in Pakistan- Terbela Dam
  • Largest Earth filled Dam in Pakistan- Terbela Dam
  • Oldest Nuclear reactor of Pakistan- Karachi nuclear power pant (1972)
  • Biggest fort of Pakistan- Rani Kot Fort (Haiderabad)
  • Oldest fort of Pakistan- Daraward Fort
  • Coldest place in Pakistan –Skardu
  • Highest dam in Pakistan –Mangla Dam
  • Highest glacier of Pakistan- Siachen
  • Longest glacier of Pakistan- Siachen
  • Largest Island of Pakistan- Manora
  • Oldest Barrage of Pakistan- Sukkur Barrage
  • Highest mountain peak- K-2 (8611 meter or 28251)
  • Highest railway station of Pakistan- Khan Mehtarzai
  • Highest Road- Sharah-e-Karakorm (Sharah Resham)
  • Oldest news agency of Pakistan- APP (Associate Press of Pakistan)
  • Biggest cricket stadium of Pakistan- National Stadium Karachi
  • Largest shipping company of Pakistan- Pakistan national Shipping Corporation
  • Largest university of Pakistan- Punjab University
  • Largest (biggest) province by area- Balochistan.



  1. Hyderabad- Neroon Kot
  2. Quetta- Shal Kot
  3. Jaccoabad- Khan Garh
  4. Sialkot- Salwan Kot
  5. Attock- Cambell pur
  6. Faisalabad- Lyallpur
  7. Sahiwal- Montgomery
  8. Bin Qasim- Pepri
  9. Muslim Bagh- Hindu Bagh
  10. Pakpatten= Ajodhan pur
  11. Islamabad- Raj Shahi
  12. Karachi- Kalanchi
  13. Lahore- Mahmood pur
  14. Gujranwala- Khan Pur
  15. Zhob- Fort Sanemars
  16. Peshawar- Persha pur
  17. Swat- Rowdayana



  1. Land of Five River- Punjab
  2. City of Colleges- Lahore
  3. City of lightening- Karachi
  4. Manchester of Pakistan- Faisalabad
  5. Gateway of Pakistan- Karachi
  6. Brasilia of Pakistan- Islamabad
  7. Valley or city of Flowers- Peshawar
  8. City of Textiles- Faisalabad
  9. Switzerland of Pakistan- Swat
  10. Little Pakistan- Bradford
  11. Gateway of Invaders- Khyber Pass
  12. Pearl of the Himalaya- Kaghan Valley
  13. Killer Mountain of the world- Nanga Parbat
  14. Salt Home of the world- Pakistan
  15. Land of pure people- Pakistan
  16. City of greeneries- Islamabad
  17. Bread Basket of Pakistan- Punjab
  18. Queen of crops- Punjab



  1. Deficiency of vitamin A causes dryness of skin and night blindness
  2. Vitamin A is stored as Ester in liver
  3. Riches source of Vitamin A is eggs
  4. Vitamin A is found in Dairy products
  5. Deficiency of Vitamin A causes Night blindness.
  6. Vitamin A is found in carotene bearing plants.
  7. Water soluble vitamin are B and C and all other are fat soluble
  8. Vitamin B helps maintain normal appetite and good digestion
  9. Vitamin B1 is available is yeast.
  10. Vitamin B2 has what other name Riboflavin
  11. Vitamin capable of formation of blood is B12
  12. Vitamin C is a preventor of infectious disease
  13. Vitamin C is also called Skin food
  14. Vitamin C can easily be lost in cooking and food storage
  15. Vitamin C hastens healing of wounds
  16. Vitamin C can not be stored in human body.
  17. Scurvy, arising due to deficiency of vitamin C, it is related to Gastro-intestinal disorder.
  18. Vitamin C is also known as Ascorbic Acid.
  19. A guava contains more vitamin C than an orange
  20. Skin food is Vitamin C
  21. Vitamin C is also called Ascorbic Acid it prevents scurvy
  22. Vitamin C is also necessary for utilization of iron
  23. The food which contains largest amount of Vitamin C is tomato
  24. Cod liver oil contains Vitamin D
  25. Riches source of Vitamin D is code liver oil
  26. Vitamin D is essential for calcium metabolism.
  27. Cheese contains vitamin D
  28. Vitamin E promotes oxygenation and acts as anti aging
  29. Vitamin E is called anti-aging agent
  30. Vitamin E helps in fertility process
  31. Vitamin E is necessary for iron utilization; normal reproductive function.
  32. Vitamin E is for reproduction.
  33. Vitamin K helps to form prothrobin (fibro gin) one of the enzymes helpful in blood clotting
  34. Collagen is the substance that gives elasticity to skin
  35. Carbon dioxide we release comes from food we eat
  36. Fats are made of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
  37. Protein found in milk is Casein, in beans is Legumes, in meat is myosin and in eggs is albumin
  38. Too much presence of the Potassium salt in human blood increase the risk of heart attack.
  39. The lack of calcium in the diet causes what condition-Rickets
    Celluloses are carbohydrates.
  40. Milk contains lactose.
  41. Vitamin not stored in human body- C
  42. Deficiency of Calcium leads to rickets
  43. Sodium is necessary of nervous system.
  44. Ground nut has maximum protein
  45. Digestion of fat in intestine is aided by Emulsification
  46. Hair, finger nails, hoofs, etc are all make of protein
  47. Deficiency of sodium and potassium causes muscular cramps, headache and diahrae
  48. Milk contains 80% water
  49. Milk is a complete food.
  50. Deficiency of Thiamine causes Beri Beri.
  51. Glucose is the source of energy for human brain.
  52. Major component of honey is Glucose
  53. Three main food nutrients are carbohydrates, protein and fats. Other are vitamins and minerals
  54. Meat is rich in iron we need to make blood cells
  55. Eating of coconut increases man’s mental faculties
  56. Food poisoning can result from the eating of too much toadstools.
  57. Celluloses are carbohydrates.
  58. Milk contains lactose
  59. Ascorbic acid is essential for the formation of bones and teeth.
  60. Citric acid is a good substitution for ascorbic acid in our nutrition.



  • Shahnama-i-Islam was written by Hafeez Jalandri.
  • Man who ruled India was written by Philip Woodruff.
  • The book confession was written by Rousseau.
  • Quaid –e-Azam Jinnah. The story of a Nation is written by G.Allana.
  • Heroes and Hero-Worship was written by Carlyle.
  • Foundation of Pakistan was written by Sharif-uddin Pirzada.
  • Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam was written by Edward Fitzgeranld.
  • Gitanjali was written by Rabindranath Tagore.
  • Asrar-e-khudi is written by Allama Iqbal
  • Bal-e-Jibril is written by Allama Iqbal
  • Bang-e-dara is written by Allama Iqbal
  • Javaid Nama is written by Allama Iqbal
  • Jawab-e-Shikwah is written by Allama Iqbal
  • Payam-e-Mashriq is written by Allama Iqbal
  • Zabur-e-Anjam is written by Dr. Allama Iqbal
  • Zarb-e-Kaleem is written by Dr. Allama Iqbal
  • Bostan is written by Sheikh Saadi
  • Gulistan is written by Sheikh Saadi
  • Darbar-i-Akbari is written by Azad, Muhammad Hussain
  • Hayat-i-Jawid is written by Hali
  • Ktab al Shifa is written by Ibn Sina
  • Mirat ul Aroos is written by Nazir Ahmed
  • Muqaddamah is written by Ibn Khaldun
  • Shaer o Shaeri is written by Altaf Hussain Hali
  • Mussaddas-i-Hali is written by Altaf Hussain Hali
  • Naqsh-e-Faryadi is written by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
  • Shahnama is written by Firdausi
  • Tehzeeb al Ikhlaq is written by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
  • Tafhim ul quran is written by Syed Abdul ala Maudoodi.
  • Yadgar-i-Galib is written by Hali
  • Arabian Nights is written by Sir Richard Buton
  • An Ideal Husband is written by Oscar Wilde
  • A woman of No importance is written by Oscar Wilde
  • Animal Farm is written by George Orwell
  • Anthony Cleopatra is written by W. Shakespeare
  • As you like it is written by W. Shakespeare
  • Comedy of Errors is written by W. Shakespeare
  • Caesar and Cleopatra is written by G.B Shaw
  • Daughter of the East is written by Benazir Bhuto
  • My Experiments with Truth is autobiography of Mahtma Gandhi.

Islamiyat General Knowledge MCQs


  • How many Sura are in Holy Quran ? 114
  • How many Verses are in Holy Quran ? 6666
  • How many dots are in Holy Quran ? 1015030
  • How many over bar (zaber) are in Holy Quran ? 93243
  • How many under bar ( Zaer ) are in Holy Quran ? 39586
  • How many Raque are in Holy Quran ? 1000
  • How many stop ( Waqf ) are in Holy Quran ? 5098
  • How many Thashdeed are in Holy Quran ? 19253
  • How many letters are in Holy Quran ? 323671
  • How many pash are in Holy Quran ? 4808
  • How many Madd are in Holy Quran ? 1771
  • How many words are in Holy Quran ? 77701
  •  How many parts of Holy Quran ? 30
  • How many time Besmillah Al-Rahmaan Al-Raheem is repeated ? 114
  • How many Sura start with Besmillah Al-Rahmaan Al-Raheem ? 113
  • How many time the word ‘Quran’ is repeated in Holy Quran ? 70
  • Which is the longest Sura of Holy Quran ? Al-Baqarah
  • Which is the best drink mentioned in Holy Quran ? Milk
  • The best eatable thing mentioned in Holy Quran is ? Honey
  • Which is the shortest Sura of Holy Quran ? Qausar
  • The longest verse of Holy Quran is in which Sura? Al-Baqarah No.282
  • The most disliked thing by the God though Halal is ? Divorce
  • Which letter is used for the most time in Holy Quran.? Alaph
  • Which letter is used for the lest time in Holy Quran ? Zaa.
  • Which is the bestnight mentioned in Holy Quran ? Night of Qadar.
  • Which is the best month mentioned in Holy Quran ? Ramzan.
  • Which is the biggest animal mentioned in Holy Quran ? Elephant.
  • Which is the smallest animal mentioned in Holy Quran ? Mosquito
  • How many words are in the longest Sura of Holy Quran ? 25500
  • How many words are in the smallest Sura of Holy Quran ? 42
  • Which Sura of Holy Quran is called the mother of Quran ? Sura Hamd
  • How many Sura start with Al-Hamdullelah ? Five_ Hamd, Inaam, Kahf, Saba & Fatr.
  • Which Sura has the same number of verses as the number of Sura of Holy Quran ? Taqveer, 114 verses.
  • How many Sura’s name is only one letter ? Three, Qaf, Sad & Noon.
  • How many Sura start with word ” Inna ” ? Four sura – Fatha, Nuh,Qadr,
  • Which Sura has the number of its verses equal to the number of Masumeen ? Saf, 14 verses.
  • Which sura are called Musabbahat ? Esra, Hadeed, Hsar, Juma, Taghabun & Aala.
  • How many sura are Makkahi and how many are Madni? Macci 86, Madni 28.
  • Which sura is on the name of tribe of Holy Prophet ? Quresh
  • Which sura is called the heart of Holy Quran ? Yaseen.
  • In which sura the name of Allah is repeated five time ? Sura al-Haj.
  • Which sura are named Azaiam ? Sajdah, Fusselat, Najum & Alaq.
  • Which sura is on the name of one Holy war ? Sura Ahzaab.
  • Which sura is on the name of one metal ? Sura Hadeed.
  • Which sura does not starts with Bismellah ? Sura Tauba.
  • Kalima Tayyaiba is mentioned in Quran for? 2 times.
  • The word Quran means – “read one”.
  • Total number of Surah0 – 114
  • Surah means city of Refuge.
  • 86 Makki Surah….
  • 28 Madine Surah.
  • 558 Rukus.
  • Al-Baqrah is the longest Surah.
  • Al- Kausar is the shortest Surah.
  • Al-Nass is the last surah.
  • 14 bows are in Quran.
  • First bow occurs in 9th Para i.e Al-Inaam Surah.
  • Al-Faitha is the preface of the holy Quran.
  • Five verses were reveled in the first wahy.
  • Namaz commanded in quran for 700 times.
  • Al-Imarn is the surah in which Hajj is commanded.
  • Al-Mudassar-2nd Revealed Surah.
  • Al-Muzammil- 3rd Revealed Surah.
  • Al-Tauba does not start with Bismillah.
  • Al-Namal contains two Bismillahs.
  • Three surah starts with curse.
  • 6666 is the number of Ayats.
  • 29 total number of Mukata’t.
  • Hazrat Usman was the first Hafiz of the Holy Quran.
  • Hazrat Khalid Bin Saeed, the first writer of Wahy.
  • Gap between first wahy and second wahy was 6 months.
  • 12 Ghazawahs described in Holy Quran.
  • The first commentator of the Quran and also known as interpreter of the Quaran –Abdullah Ibn Abbas
  • In surah Al-Saf, Hoy prophet is addressed as Ahmed.
  • Ghar-e-Sor is mentioned in Surah Al-Tauba.
  • 4 Surhas start with Qul.
  • Hazrat Umar proposed the compilation of Holy Quran.
  • Al- Nasr is known as Surah Widah.
  • First annulled order of Holy Quran was the transfer of Qibla.
  • The word Islam occurs 6 times in the Quran.
  • Abdul Malik Marwan applied the dots in the Holy Quran.
  • Hajjaj bin yousuf applied diacritical points in Quran.
  • 8 Siparas starts with Bismillah.
  • 37 total number of surah in last parah.
  • Al- Baqrah and Surah Al-Nissa is spread over 3 Parahs.
  • Al-Falq and Al-Nas revealed at the same time.
  • 3 Surah stats with “Ya Ayananabiyau”.
  • City of Rome is mentioned in Holy Quran.
  • Surah Yaseen is known as Heart of Quran.
  • Suran Rehman is known as beauty of Quran.

Importance General Knowledge MCQs on Pakistan


  • National flower of Pakistan is Jasmine.
  • National bird of Pakistan is Chakore.
  • National tree of Pakistan is Deodar.
  • National animal of Pakistan is Markhor (a type of goat).
  • National emblem of Pakistan is Cresent.
  • National sport of Pakistan is land Hockey.
  • Oldest cantonment of Pakistan is Kohat.
  • HQ of Pak: Army is at RawalPindi.
  • HQ of Airforce is at Chaklala.
  • HQ of Navy is at Islamabad.
  • Islamabad is 8 miles from Rawalpindi.
  • Photograph on the coin of one rupee is Quaid’s photo.
    “ ::two rupee is Badshahi Mosque (chk)
    “ ten rupee note is Khyber Pass.
    “ 50 rupee note is
    “ 100 is Quaid’s Residecy, Ziarat Quetta.
    “ 500 is Badshahi Mosque, Lahore.
    “ 100 is Jehangir’s Tomb.
    “ 5000 is of Faisal Mosque, Islamabad.
  • 4.8% of total area of Pak: is forests (standard is 25%)
  • Hub dam and Thadho Dam are in Malir Karachi near Gadap Town.
  • Map of Shah Faisal Mosque was made by Wahdat Diloky of Turkey.
  • Largest radio station of Pak: is Islamabad.
  • Tarbela dam is in Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Raeewind is in Kasur.
  • Baitul Maal established in 1992.
  • General sales tax, under the constitution 1973 is a Federal subject.
  • Pak: national flag was adopted on 11 August, 1947
  • Jasmine adopted on July 5, 1961.
  • National drink is Cane Juice.
  • Railway stations in Pak: = 965.
  • Rabi crops are grown b/w months of Oct- March.
  • Chenab and Jehlum flow from Kashmir.
  • Tirchmir is the highest peak of Hindukash.
  • A bicameral legislature was proposed for the first time in 1973 constitution.
  • Length of Pak-India border is 1,610 km.
  • Length of Pak-Iran border is 805 km.
  • Length of Pak-China border is 595 km.
  • Length of Pak-Afghan border is 2052 km or 1300 miles.
  • 5 rivers flow in Punjab Ravi, Sutlaj, Chenab, Indus & Beas.
  • Warsak dam is on Kabul River.
  • Rawal Dam is on Kurrang River.
  • Khanpur dam is on Haro River.
  • Tanda dam is in Baluchistan.
  • Tarbela dam was completed in 1969.
  • Length of Indus is 2900 km.
  • Source of Indus is Mansoorowar Lake in Gilgit.
  • Muztag pass connects Gilgit-Yarkand (China).
  • Khankum Pass connects Chitral-Wakhan (Afghanistan)
  • The Shandur Pass connects Chitral and Gilgit.
  • Khyber Pass connects Peshawar-Kabul
  • Kulk pass connects Gilgit-China.
  • Bolan pass connects Queta-Afghanistan.
  • Tochi pass connects Pak:-China.
  • Length of Silk Rourte (Korakorum Route) is 965 km.
  • Geneva Pact was signed on 14th April, 1988.
  • Simpla Pact was singed on 3rd July, 1972.
  • Numb: of words in anthem- 50.
  • Numb: of lines in anthem- 15.
  • Numb: of ammendements made 17.
  • Numb: of troops in a division are 12000 to 20,000.
  • Numb: of troops in brigade is 4000 to 5000.
  • Barrages built on Indus – 8.
  • Tarbela dam is in NWFP (Abotabad) on Indus river.(Largest)
  • Mangla dam is in AJK on Jehlum River (Highest)
  • Warsak dam is in NWFP near Peshawar on Kabul river.
  • Rivers of Pakistan—– Punjab== Ravil, Chanab, Sutlaj.
    Sindh ==Indus, Hub.
    NWFP==Kabul, Sawat, Zhob.
  • Baluchistan is 43% of total Pak:.
  • Geographical divisions of Pak: are  1.Northern Mountains, 2. Western off-shoots of Himalayas, 3. Baluchistan Plateau, 4. Potohar Plateau & Salt range, 5. Lower Indus Plain, 6. Thar desert.
  • Broad Peak I is on Karokarum range.
  • Colonel Sher Khan belonged to Sindh Regement.
  • Kot Diji is a fort in Khairpur.
  • Ancient mosque of Pak: is at Bhambhor.
  • Time taken to sing National Anthem is 1 minute, 20 sec.
  • Instruments used are 38.
  • Texila is in Punjab and NWFP.
  • Rashid Minhas martyred in August 1971.
  • Mangla dam is on river Jehlum.
  • 10 persons have received Nishan-e-Hyder.
  • Kharif (Summer Season) crops include— Cotton, rice, sugar cane, maize, Jaur and Bajra.
  • Rabi (Winter OCT-March) crops are wheat, gram, barley and tobacco.
  • There are 7 rivers in Baluchistan.
  • Mast Tawakkal was the poet of Balochi.
  • Khanpur dam is near Haripur.
  • Skardu is also called “Little Tibet”.
  • Swat became part of Pakistan in 1969.
  • The most precious gemstone “Emerald” are found in Swat.
  • Gilgit is the capital of Northern Areas of Pak:
  • Khushhal Khan belonged to English period.
  • The alphabet of Pushto was prepared by Saifullah.
  • First poet of Pushto was Amir Karar.
  • Saiful Maluk is near Naran.
  • Dera Adam khan is famous for Gun factory.
  • Durand line is b/w Peshawar and Afghanistan.
  • Pakistan Forest Institution is located in- Peshawar
  • Pakistan’s first coin was issued on 3rd January 1948
  • Pakistan’s standard time was suggested by Professor Muhammad Anwar
  • Pakistan’s first Stamp ticket was issued on 09-07-1948
  • Maoulana Mazhar-ud-din was the first person who gave the title “Quid-e-Azam to Mr. Jinnah first time.
  • Quid-e-Azam’s mother tongue was “Gujrati”
  • Khawaja Nazim-ud-din was the only person in pakistan’s history who was the second Prime Minister of Pakistan & also Second Governer General of Pakistan.
  • The total Area of the Capital of Pakistan “Islamabad” is 907 sq. Km.
  • The Height of Minar-e-Pakistan is 196 ft and 4 inch.
  • Sir Victor Turner signed first time on Pakistan’s currency notes.
  • Quaid-e-Azam was born on Thursday.
  • Quaid-e-Azam died on Saturday.
  • Pakistan’s National Flag was prepared by Ameer-ud-din Qadwai.
  • Abdur-rehaman Chugtai made the design of Pakistan’s first Stamp Ticket.
  • Pakistan’s National Anthem’s Compostion was accepted on 21 August 1949.
  • There were 3542 Post Offices in Pakistan at the time of its Creation.
  • Hari Pur is famous for Telephone Industry.
  • Mr. Mirat Khan prepared the map of Minar-e-Pakistan.
  • Quaid-e-Azam took an oath as Governer General of Pakistan from Mr. Justice Mian Abdur Rasheed.
  • The height of all 4 Minars of Badshai Mosque are 177 fts.
  • The National Anthem was sung first time on 13 August 1954 in the voice of Mr. Hafeez Jhalandari.
  • Where the biggest Salt Mine located in Pakistan? Mangora
  • The second highest cliff in the world is? Karakoram – 2
  • The most beautiful stone-Marble is extracted from Province? NWFP
  • The longest river in Pakistan is? River Sindh
  • In which year did Pak win the cricket world cup? 1992
  • When did Pakistan win Olympic gold medal in Hockey for the first time? 1964
  • Where is the tomb of Mughal Emperor Jahangir? Lahore
  • Which military alliance had Pakistan as its member? SEATO
  • The Second largest city of Pakistan is? Lahore
  • Most polluted lake in the world is ————?
    A. Lake Titicaca
    B. Lake Karachay (Answer)
    C. Onondaga Lake
    D. Lake Ontario
    496. CAA stands for ———?
    A. Civil Action Authority
    B. Civil Aviation Authority (Answer)
    C. Command Aviation Army
    D. Command Action Agency
    497. The BISP had been launched by the PPP government in ———-?
    A. 2008
    B. 2009 (Answer)
    C. 2010
    D. 2011 
    A. Benazir Income Service Programme
    B. Bhutto Income Service Programme
    C. Benazir Income Support Programme (Answer)
    D. Bhutto Income Support Programme
    5. Model Town incident happened in Lahore on ———–?
    A. June 17, 2014 (Answer)
    B. June 18, 2014
    C. June 19, 2014
    D. June 20, 2014

499. Yachting (sailing) became a Olympic event in——?
A. 1902
B. 1900
C. 1906
D. 1904 (Answer)
500. The office of the UN General Assembly is in————?
A. Vienna
B. New York (Answer)
C. Paris
D. Zurich
501. Shah Wali Ullah was born in the reign of———–?
A. Aurengzeb (Answer)
B. Akbar
C. Shah Jahan
D. None of these
502. The United States of America lies in ——— Continent?
A. North America (Answer)
B. South America
C. Europe
D. Central-Europe
503. Most Populated Country of South-America is———–?
A. Brazil (Answer)
B. Colombia
C. Argentia
D. Venezuela
504. Most Populated Country in Africa is———-?
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A. Nigeria (Answer)
B. Ethopia
C. Egypt
D. Congo
505. Which country is going to host 2019 Cricket World Cup?
A. South Africa
B. India
C. England (Answer)
D. West Indies
506. PTA stands for ———-?
A. Pakistan Television Authority
B. Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (Answer)
C. Pakistan Technology Association
D. Pakistan Tribal Areas
507. FED stands for ———-?
A. Foreign Economic Detail
B. Federal Excise Duty (Answer)
C. Foreign Exchange Deduction
D. Federal Economic Department
508. PSU stands for ———-?
A. Primary Sampling Unit
B. Play Station Unit
C. Power Supply Unit (Answer)
D. Plymouth State University
509. The world’s largest animal is———–?
A. blue whale (Answer)


B. gray whale
C. sperm whale
D. North Pacific right whale
511. Who is known as the Poet of Nature?
A. William Black
B. William Shakespeare
C. William Wordsworth (Answer)
D. William Butler Yeats
512. NAP stands for ———?
A. National Army Policy
B. National Army Plan
C. National Action Plan (Answer)
D. National Activity Policy
513. Belgium is located in Europe?
A. West (Answer)
B. East
C. North
D. South
514. What is the length of Ranikot fort?
A. 32 kilometer,20 (mi)
B. 33 kilometer,21 (mi)
C. 31 kilometer,19 (mi) (Answer)
D. 30 kilometer,18 (mi)
515. WhatsApp was founded in 2009 by:————-?
A. Brian Acton
B. Jan Koum C. Mark Zuckerberg
D. Both A & B (Answer)
516.  Who is the current Director of CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)?
A. Meroe Park
B. Mike Pompeo
C. Gina Haspel (Answer)
D. None of the above
517 Which is the intelligence agency of UK?
A. Security Service (MI 5)
B. Secret Intelligence Service SIS (MI 6)
C. Both A & B (Answer)
D. None of the above.

518. CIA stands for ————?
A. Central Intelligence America
B. Central Intelligence Agency (Answer)
C. Central American Intelligence Agency
D. None of the Above.
519. CIA is the intelligence agency of which Country ?
A. USA (Answer)
C. Pakistan
D. None of the above
520. Pakistan came into being 27 Ramadan———-A.H?
A. 1361 A.H
B. 1362 A.H
C. 1365 A.H

D. 1366 A.H (Answer)
521. Which is called the ‘Land of golden fiber?
A. Sri Lanka
B. Bangladesh (Answer)
C. Iran
D. Pakistan
522. Which city is called the ‘Little Pakistan’?
A. Cairo
B. Bradford (Answer)
C. Chicago
D. Dhaka
523. SRO stands for ———-?
A. Security Reform Union
B. Statutory Regulation Organization
C. Statutory Regulatory Order (Answer)
D. Senior Regional Officer
524. PBS stands for ———-?
A. Pakistan Bureau of Science
B. Pakistan Board of Statistics
C. Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (Answer)
D. Pakistan Board of Science
525. BDU stands for ————?
A. Bomb Discharge Unit
B. Bomb Disconnect Unit
C. Bomb Deactivate Unit
D. Bomb Disposal Unit (Answer)

526. MOU stands for ————-?
A. Medical officer Union
B. Memorandum Of Understanding (Answer)
C. Military Official Unit
D. Media Official Unit
527. PBA stands for ————-?
A. Pakistan Broadband Association’s
B. Pakistan Broadcasters Association’s (Answer)
C. Private Business Accounts
D. Public Business Accounts
528. ATC stands for ————–?
A. AntiTerrorism Court (Answer)
B. AntiTerrorism Agency
C. AntiTerrorism Association
D. Advanced Technology Associates
529. Zimbabwe has the highest number of —— official languages.
A. 12
B. 14
C. 16 (Answer)
D. 18
530. ECL stands for ————-?
A. Entry Control List
B. Exit Control List (Answer)
C. Extended Control List
D. Error Correction List

531. National Day is observed in which Islamic country on first January?
A. Sudan (Answer)
B. Libya
C. Nigeria
D. Maldives
532. RAW stands for ——-?
A. Reduction of American Warrior
B. Real Action Work
C. Repertoire of Administrative Workload
D. Research and Analysis Wing (Answer)
533. The driest desert in the world is————?
A. Sahara Desert
B. Cholistan Desert
C. Arabian Desert
D. Atacama Desert (Answer)
534. The largest waterfalls system in the world is———–?
A. Angel Falls (Answer)
B. Victoria Falls
C. Niagara Falls
D. Iguazu Falls
535. he Atacama Desert is located in———-?
A. Asia
B. Africa
C. South America (Answer)
D. Australia
536. The Great Wall of China is about ———– KM long.

A. 18,196
B. 19,196
C. 20,196
D. 21,196 (Answer)
537. State Bird of Pakistan is———-?
A. Pregarine falcon/shaheen (Answer)
B. Markhor
C. Chakor
D. None of above
538. National insignia of Pakistan is———–?
A. Deodar
B. Indus dolphin
C. Crescent and star (Answer)
D. None of above
539. National monument of Pakistan is located in ————?
A. Rawalpindi
B. Faisalabad
C. Islamabad (Answer)
D. Lahore
540. National Predator of Pakistan is———–?
A. Lion
B. Snow bear
C. Snow Leopard (Answer)
D. All of these
541. National Vegetable of Pakistan is———-?
A. Carrot

B. Tomato
C. Lady Finger (Answer)
D. All of these
542. National Reptile of Pakistan is———-?
A. Rho fish
B. Indus dolphin
C. Mugger Crocodile (Answer)
D. All of these
543. FIR stands for ————?
A. Final Information Report
B. First Information Report (Answer)
C. Field Information Report
D. Fact Interrogation Report
544. Which Islamic country national language is English?
A. Somalia
B. Brunei
C. Nigeria (Answer)
D. Libya

545. Pakistan is not member of?
D. ASEAN (Answer)

546. ‘BIN’ is the intelligence agency of which country?
A. Britain
B. Germany
C. Russia
D. Indonesia (Answer)

547. ‘Tenge’ is the currency of
A. New Zealand
B. Kazakhstan (Answer)
C. Finland
D. Malaysia

548. Pakistan largest district by area is?
A. Chagi (Answer)
B. Karachi
C. Lahore
D. Islamabad

549. Which is the oldest search engine of the internet?
A. Archie
B. Ask
C. Yahoo (Answer)
D. Google

550. What is meant by ‘Hung Parliament’?
A. When parliament passes a no trust motion against the prime minister but he refuses to step down
B. When the president dissolves the parliament
C. When there is no single political party has an outright majority (Answer)
D. When the opposition party boycotts the sessions

551. Which UN Organization has won twice Nobel Prize for peace?
C. UNHCR (Answer)
D. All of the above

552. Through which strait 40 percent world oil is transported?
A. Bengal
B. Bosporus
C. Gibraltar
D. Hormuz (Answer)

553. Total number of countries in Islamic Military Alliance are?
A. 39 (Answer)
B. 29
C. 34
D. 42

554. Which country is the largest trading partner of Pakistan?
B. USA (Answer)
C. Canada

555. What is ‘Khmer Rouge’?
A. Tamil resistance in Sri Lanka
B. A communist movement in Cambodia (Answer)
C. An American scientist who invented dirty bomb
D. Chief of NATO forces in Afghanistan

556. Where is the headquarters of IMF?
A. Washington D.C
B. New York (Answer)
C. Oslo
D. Hague

557. Pakistan largest river is?
A. Ravi
B. Hub
C. Indus
D. Jhelum

558. Deficiency of vitamin C causes
A. Meningitis
B. Scurvy (Answer)
C. Cataract
D. Glaucoma

559. CPU is the abbreviation of ——
A. Central Programming Unit
B. Central Processing Unit (Answer)
C. Central Power Unit
D.Central Procession Unit

560. Headquarters of Shanghai Cooperation Organization is in?
A. Russia
B. China (Answer)
C. Inida
D. Brussels

561. Largest continent by area is?
A. Asia (Answer)
B. Africa
C. North America
D. Antarctica

562. ‘Nippon’ is the stock exchange of
A. Japan (Answer)
B. France
C. Russia

563. Who is called the father of computer?
A. Merry John
B. Charles Babbage (Answer)
C. Konrad Ruse
D. Newton

564. Who is youngest nobel laureate?
A. Lawrence Bragg
B. Werner Heisenberg
C. Malala Yousafzai (Answer)
D. Tsung-Dao Lee

565. Hamas was founded by
A. Yasser Arafat
B. Sheikh Ahmad Yasin (Answer)
C. Khalid Mashaal
D. Ismail 1-laniyah

566. Which country has world’s oldest anthem?
A. Japan
B. Netherlands (Answer)
D. Russia

567. ‘Silicon Valley’ of California is called thus because of —
A. Government Offices
B. Film Industry
C. Stock Exchange
D. Computer Industry (Answer)

568. Largest Ocean is?
A. Atlantic
B. Pacific (Answer)
C. Indian
D. Arctic

569. Which of the following organizations is the oldest?
A. D-8
C. OIC (Answer)

570. Three Gorges Dam Project is in the country of
A. Finland
B. Belgium
C. China (Answer)
D. Russia

571. Capital of Canada?
A. Washington D.C
B. Hague
C. Oslo
D. Ottawa (Answer)

572. What is ‘Brain Drain’?
A. Emigration of non skilled workers to other countries
B. Emigration of intellectuals and highly skilled personnels to other countries (Answer)
C. Emigration of a lot of people to other countries
D. Lack of unity among the nation

573. “Asiana Airlines” is the airline of which country?
A. Japan
B. South Korea (Answer)
C. North Korea
D. Malaysia

574. ‘Blue House’ is the official residence of
A. Prime Minister of Britain
B. Chancellor of Germany
C. Vatican Pope
D. President of Korea (Answer)

575. Headquarters of OPEC is in?
A. Austria (Answer)
B. Iran
D. Saudi Arabia

576. ‘Aramco’ is the oil company of which country?
A. Iraq
B. Saudi Arabia
C. Kuwait
D. Qatar

577. The study of birds is called
A. Ethnology
B. Astrology
C. Ornithology (Answer)
D. Anthropology

578. Largest country by area is?
A. Canada
B. China
C. Australia
D. Russia (Answer)

579. The Nobel Peace Prize 2008 has been given to Marthi Ahtisaari. He is the former president of
A. Iceland
B. Poland
C. Finland (Answer)
D. North Korea

580. Lukand and Kadima are the famous political parties of which country
A. Egypt
B. Lebanon
C. Israel (Answer)
D. Syria

581. Who is the current Prime Minister of Australia?
A. Malcolm Turnbull (Answer)
B. Gordon Brown
C. Kevin Rudd
D. Nicolas Sarkozy

582. Who is the special envoy of President Barack Obama to Middle East?
A. Richard Holbrooke
B. Robert Gates
C. George Mitchell (Answer)
D. Hillary Clinton

  • 39. 3 May is celebrated as the international day of
    A. Environment
    B. Press Freedom (Answer)
    C. Population
    D. White Cane
  • 40. Pakistan is not member of
    A. SAARC
    B. UN
    C. ECO
    D. BRICS (Answer)
  • 41. Under ‘Enhanced Partnership with Pakistan Act of 2009’ USA Will provide Pakistan?
    A. F — 16
    B. $5 billion annually
    C. $1.5 billion annually (Answer)
    D. Economic help for generation of electricity
  • 42. ‘Seattle’ is the seaport of
    A. Iceland
    B. France
    C. Russia
    D. USA (Answer)

587. Where are the headquarters of Human Rights Watch?
A. Paris
B. New York (Answer)
C. Hague
D. Rome

  • 44. Which country assisted Pakistan in building Karachi Nuclear Power Plant?
    A. USA
    B. France
    C. China (Answer)
    D. Canada
  • 45. Which country among P-5 has used veto power most of the time?
    A. Britain
    B. Russia
    C. USA (Answer)
    D. France
  • 46. Chennai is the new name of which Indian state?
    A. Haryana
    B. Chandigarh
    C. Calcutta
    D. Madras (Answer)
  • 47. Who is ‘Hemant Kurkure’?
    A. US naval chief of staff
    B. Indian secret agency chief killed in Mumbai attacks in November 2008. (Answer)
     C. NATO commander of forces in Afghanistan
    D. Winner of Nobel Prize for Literature
  • 48. Schwab Klaus was the founder of
    A. Red Cross
    B. Amnesty International
    C. World Economic Forum (Answer)
    D.  Human Rights Watch
  • 49. ASEM (Asia Europe Meeting) was initiated by Mr. Goh Chok Tong, Prime Minister of
    A. Singapore (Answer)
    B. North Korea
    C. Japan
    D. China
  • Chronometer is used for measuring
    A. Temperature
    B. Current
    C. Velocity
    D. Longitude (Answer)
  • UNO spends $8 billion annually on which activity?
    A. Peace Keeping (Answer)
    B. Refugees
    C. Science
    D. Children
  • Who is the current Managing Director of IMF?
    A. Alistiar Darting
    B. Guy Quaden
    C. Christine Lagarde (Answer)
    D. Dominique Strauss-Kahn
  •  Which of the following categories of Nobel Prizes was not created by Swedish Scientist Alfred Nobel?
    A. Peace
    B. Literature
    C. Economics (Answer)
    D. Medicine
  •  Russia supply natural gas to European countries which transit through the state of:
    A. Latvia
    B. Ukraine (Answer)
    C. Estonia
    D. Lithuania
  •  Itar-Tass is the news agency of:
    A. Iran
    B. Italy
    C. France
    D. Russia (Answer)
  •  The world’s largest subway system is in:
    A. Tokyo
    B. Moscow
    C. Mexico City
    D. New York (Answer)
  •  Under the Status of Forces Agreement with the Iraqi government. US intend to remove all troops from Iraq by the end of:
    A. 2011 (Answer)
    B. 2012
    C. 2022
    D. 2022
  •  ‘Philately’ is a
    A. Science of drugs
    B. Stamp collection (Answer)
    C. The study of written record.
    D. The study of animal behaviour
  •  The world’s largest number of newspapers are published from.
    A. America
    B. China (Answer)
    C. Russia
    D. Japan
  • The most famous book of 2008 “The Way of the World—A story of truth and hope age of extremism” is written by:
    A. Ron Suskind (Answer)
    B. H.V. Hudson
    C. William Congreve
    D. Ayesha Jalal
  • ‘Paracel islands’ in the South China Sea are disputed between China and:
    A. Philippines (Answer)
    B. Japan
    C. Vietnam
    D. South Korea
  • National Income is essentially composed of
    A. All wealth of a nation.
    B. Annual income of the central government.
    C. All income of the people in a year. (Answer)
    D. Income derived from taxes by the central government.
  •  ‘Fleet Street’ London is famous for
    A. Banking and financial offices.
    B. Offices of the cargo companies.
    C. Offices of the newspapers and press agencies. (Answer)
    D. Offices of the Royal Navy establishment.
  •  ‘Petra’ an archaeological site is among the new Seven Wonders of the World located in
    A. Mexico
    B. Italy
    C. Spain
    D. Jordan (Answer)
  •  ‘Marco Polo’ was a famous:
    A. Writer
    B. Scientist
    C. Traveller (Answer)
    D. Sports man
  • The only vitamin which can not be stored in human body:?
    A. Vitamin C (Answer)
    B. Vitamin D
    C. Vitamin K
    D. None of these.
  •  Swat Valley is situated in the mountain range of:
    A. Hindukush (Answer)
    B. Karakorum
    C. Himalayas
    D. None of these.
  •  1 metric ton is equal to:
    A. 100 Kilogram
    B. 500 Kilogram
    C. 1000 Kilogram (Answer)
    D. 10,000 Kilogram
  •  In which of the following countries, 240 years old monarchy was abolished in 2008?
    A. Sweden
    B. Brunei
    C. Bhutan
    D. Nepal (Answer)
  • Which of the following countries first introduced paper currency in the world?
    A. USA
    B. Greece
    C. China (Answer)
    D. France
  • ‘Anemometer’ is an instrument used for measuring:
    A. Wind speed (Answer)
    B. Electric current
    C. Temperature
    D. Air pressure
  •  Green vegetables are good source of:
    A. Starch
    B. Fats and Oil
    C. Protein
    D. Minerals and Vitamins (Answer)
  •  British East India Company was established during the reign of Mughal Emperor:
    A. Akbar
    B. Jahangir (Answer)
    C. Shahjahan
    D. Aurangzeb
  •  The International Criminal Court of Justice has recently issued arrest warrant of one of the following sitting President of a country on committing War Crimes, he is:

A. President of Sudan Omar al Bashir (Answer)
B. President of Somalia Sharif Ahmad
C. President of Serbia Boris Tadic
D. None of these

  •  Pakistan and Afghanistan have ‘Transit Trade Agreement’ signed in:
    A. 1955
    B. 1959
    C. 1962
    D. 1965 (Answer)
  •  What do you understand by the disease “Insomnia”?
    A. Inability to sleep (Answer)
    B. Colour blindness
    C. Depression
    D. None of these
  •  The World’s famous Madame Tussaud’s museum is situated in:
    A. Paris
    B. London (Answer)
    C. Rome
    D. New York
  • The World’s oldest parliament, founded in the year 930 AD is:
    A. British Parliament
    B. Diet of Japan
    C. Althing of Iceland (Answer)
    D. Cortes of Spain
  •  The last King of Afghanistan was:
    A. Habib ullah Khan
    B. Muhammad Zahir Shah (Answer)
    C. Sardar Daud Khan
    D. Aman ullah Khan
  •  “Ornithology” is the study of:
    A. Birds (Answer)
    B. Insects
    C. Sea Animals
    D. Sea Plants
  •  ‘Order of Cloud and Banner’ is the most prestigious military award of:
    A. Japan
    B. China (Answer)
    C. India
    D. South Korea
  •  ‘Naxalite movement’ is a pro communism movement started in:
    A. India (Answer)
    B. Nepal
    C. Bhutan
    D. Sri Lanka
  •  What is meant by “Petticoat Government?”
    A. A government in exile
    B. A government run by a woman (Answer)
    C. A government without actual power
    D. A government run by some feudal lord
  •  Which of the following South Asian leaders has recently given a proposal to form ‘South Asian task force to combat terrorism’ in the region?
    A. President Asif Zardari of Pakistan
    B. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh (Answer)
    C. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of India
    D. Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake of Sri Lanka
  •  World Cup football tournament 2010 was held in:
    A. England
    B. Spain
    C. Italy
    D. South Africa (Answer)
  • The largest opium producer province of Afghanistan is:
    A. Nangarhar
    B. Helmand (Answer)
    C. Paktia
    D. Herat
  •  Light travels from Sun to Earth in:
    A. 499.0 seconds (Answer)
    B. 599.0 seconds
    C. 399.0 seconds
    D. 6990 seconds
  • What do understand by the term ‘Intifada’?
    A. Reconciliation
    B. Uprising (Answer)
    C. Offence
    D. Negotiation
  • Which of the following rivers run through Paris?
    A. The Seine (Answer)
    B. The Thames
    C. The Rhine
    D. The Danube
  • ‘Pearl Harbour’ is located in American state:
    A. Alaska
    B. Hawaii (Answer)
    C. Virginia
    D. New York
  •  Deficiency of vitamin ‘C’ in human body leads to.
    A. Eye disease
    B. Nerve disease
    C. Teeth disease (Answer)
    D. Skin disease
  •  The largest section of the Kurd population is living in:
    A. Iraq
    B. Iran
    C. Turkey (Answer)
    D. Syria
  • The correct sequence of planets in the descending order of their equatorial diameter is:
    A. Mars, Pluto, Uranus, Earth
    B. Earth, Mars, Pluto, Uranus
    C. Pluto, Uranus, Mars, Earth
    D. Uranus, Earth, Mars, Pluto (Answer)
  •  The exact time taken by the earth for single rotation on its own axis is:
    A. 24 hrs
    B. 24 hrs 35 sec
    C. 23 hrs 50 minutes 7.2 sec
    D. 23 hrs 56 minutes 4.09 sec (Answer)
  •  Which of the following regions are regarded as areas of high density of population?
    A. East Asia, Central and Southern Europe, Tropical Deserts
    B. Amazon and Congo Basins, South East Asia, European Russia
    C. Congo Basin and Indonesia, Central and Southern Europe, European Russia
    D. East Asia, Southern Asia, North Western Europe (Answer)
  •  Name the capital of Iceland
    A. Loma
    B. Port Vila
    C. Reykjavik (Answer)
    D. Free Town
  •  Which country were involved in 100 year war?
    A. Turkey and Austria
    B. England and France (Answer)
    C. Palestine and Israel
    D. Germany and Russia
  • World’s longest ruling head of government is from:
    A. Switzerland
    B. Cuba (Answer)
    C. Zimbabwe
    D. New Zealand
  •  Maximum spoken language in the world is:
    A. Arabic
    B. English
    C. Mandarin (Answer)
    D. Spanish
  • The largest automobile manufacturing centre in the world is located at:
    A. Detroit (Answer)
    B. Tokyo
    C. Birmingham
    D. Berlin
    • The United Nations was founded on _________.

A.    March 24, 1945

B.     October 24, 1945

C.     March 24, 1949

D.    October 24, 1950

  • 2.      Which country from the following is NOT the member of UNO?
    • Vatican City (Answer)
    • Afghanistan
    • North Korea
    • Vaitnam
  • The International Court of Justice is located in _________.
    • New York
    • Washigton
    • Geneva
    • The Hague (Answer)
  • There are __________ members of SAARC.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8 (Answer)
  • Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has __________ official languages.
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3 (Answer)
    • 4
  • There are _________ non-permanent members of the security council.
    • 5
    • 7
    • 10 (Answer)
    • 15
  • The currency of Indonesia is _________.
    • Rupiah (Answer)
    • dinar
    • rangit
    • riyal
  • The D-8 is an organization of eight ________ countries.
    • developed
    • developing (Answer)
    • Asian
    • African
  • The European Union’s working capital is in _________.
    • London
    • Lisbon
    • Austria
    • Brussels (Answer)
  • The headquarter of NATO is located in _________.
    • New York
    • Paris
    • Geneva
    • Brussels (Answer)
  • The motto of UNO is _________.
    • It’s your world! (Answer)
    • Life for All!
    • Peace!
    • Love and Peace!
  • The world’s highest mountain is in __________.
    • China
    • Pakistan
    • Nepal (Answer)
    • India
  • The headquarter of Red Cross is in _________.
    • New York
    • Washigton
    • Geneva (Answer)
    • The Hague
  • World Trade Organization was established in __________.
    • 1980
    • 1985
    • 1990
    • 1995 (Answer)
  • The North Atlantic treaty (NATO) was signed in __________.
    • 1945
    • 1947
    • 1949 (Answer)
    • 1951
  • Which country, on the map of world, appears as “Long Shoe”?
    • Portugal
    • Italy (Answer)
    • Greece
    • Hungary
  • Which from the following countries is NOT a member of D-8?
    • India (Answer)
    • Pakistan
    • Nigeria
    • Turkey
  • The largest ocean of the world is __________.
    • Atlantic
    • Pacific (Answer)
    • Indian
    • None of these
  • Which from the following countries does NOT yeild veto-power?
    • United States
    • United Kingdom
    • Canada (Answer)
    • France
  • OIC changed its name from Organisation of the Islamic Conference to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in _________.
    • 1991
    • 1999
    • 2001
    • 2011 (Answer)
  • The most powerful organ of United Nations is _________.
    • General Assembly
    • Security Council (Answer)
    • Secretariat
    • International Court of Justice
  • The Headquarter of Green Peace International is located in _________.
    • Amserdam (Answer)
    • Geneva
    • Lisbon
    • Austria
  • 3 May is observed Internationally as _________.
    • Labour Day
    • Environment Day
    • Earth Day
    • Press Freedom Day (Answer)
  • The Capital of Canada is __________.
    • Tirane
    • Ottawa (Answer)
    • Athens
    • Luxembourg
  • Suez Canal is between __________.
    • Arabian Sea and Red Sea
    • Red Sea and North Sea
    • Mediterranean Sea and North Sea
    • Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea (Answer)
  • The permanent Secretariat of SAARC is located in __________.
    • Islamabad, Pakistan
    • New Delhi, India
    • Kathmandu, Nepal (Answer)
    • Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Which from the following countries is NOT a member of European Union?
    • Norway (Answer)
    • Ireland
    • Malta
    • Estonia
  • The currency of Israel is _________.
    • Euro
    • Shekel (Answer)
    • Forint
    • Krone
  • The largest democratic country in the world is _________.
    • United States
    • United Kingdom
    • China
    • India (Answer)
  • The permanent Secretariat of OIC is located in _________.
    • Makkah
    • Madina
    • Jeddah (Answer)
    • Riyadh
  • The highest part of the Earth is __________ .
    • Mount Everest (Answer)
    • K2
    • Norway
    • North Pole
  • The lowest part of the Earth is __________ .
    • Dead Sea (Answer)
    • Mariana Trench
    • South Africa
    • South Pole
  • The deepest part of the Earth is __________ .
    • Dead Sea
    • Mariana Trench (Answer)
    • South Africa
    • South Pole
  • The headquarter of Amnesty International is in _________.
    • Amsterdam
    • Geneva
    • London (Answer)
    • Berlin
  • The headquarter of Transparency International is in _________.
    • Amsterdam
    • Geneva
    • London
    • Berlin (Answer)
  • The biggest Island of the World is _________.
    • Iceland
    • Greenland (Answer)
    • England
    • Sri Lanka
  • 22 April is observed internationally as _________.
    • Labor Day
    • Environment Day
    • Earth Day (Answer)
    • Press Freedom Day
  • Yellow Sea lies between __________.
    • America and Canada
    • England and France
    • China and Korea (Answer)
    • Norway and Sweden
  • The smallest Sea of the World is __________.
    • Dead Sea
    • Red Sea
    • Baltic Sea (Answer)
    • Arabian Sea
  • World’s famous bridge “Golden Gate” is in __________.
    • San Francisco (Answer)
    • New Delhi
    • France
    • Sydney
  • Which country is called “Land of Thousand Islands”?
    • Malaysia
    • Indonesia (Answer)
    • Ireland
    • Finland
  • Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately __________ islands.
    • 10,000
    • 12,500
    • 15,000
    • 17,500 (Answer)
  • Which country is called the “Land of Golden Fibre”?
    • United States
    • South Korea
    • Bangladesh (Answer)
    • India
  • Which country is called the “Land of thousand Lakes”?
    • Indonesia
    • Finland (Answer)
    • Iceland
    • Scotland
  • Vienna is the capital of _________.
    • Austria (Answer)
    • Switzerland
    • Cyprus
    • Denmark
  • The capital of Czech Republic is?
    • Nicosia
    • Dublin
    • Bern
    • Prague (Answer)
  • AFP is the news agency of _________.
    • Germany
    • France (Answer)
    • Syria
    • Yemen
  • ANTARA is the news agency of _________.
    • Indonesia (Answer)
    • Syria
    • Yemen
    • Jordan
  • Emirates is an airline of _________.
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Qatar
    • UAE  (Answer)
    • Malaysia
  • Qantas is an airline of __________.
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Australia (Answer)
    • UAE
    • Malaysia
  • The world’s longest bridge, Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge, is in __________ .
    • United States
    • Russia
    • China (Answer)
    • Canada
  • The world’s longest bridge over water, Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, is in __________.
    • United States (Answer)
    • Russia
    • China
    • Canada
  • What was the nationality of Alfred Nobel?
    • American
    • British
    • German
    • Swedish (Answer)
  • The first Nobel Prize was awarded in __________ .
    • 1895
    • 1901 (Answer)
    • 1907
    • 1913
  • The Nobel Prize has been awarded in __________ fields.
    • 5
    • 6 (Answer)
    • 7
    • 8
  • The Nobel Peace Prize 2012 in the field of “Peace” was awarded to?
    • European Union (EU) (Answer)
    • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
    • Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
    • United Nations Security Council
  • SANA is the news agency of _________.
    • Saudi Arabia
    • UAE
    • Syria (Answer)
    • Yemen
  • Saba is the news agency of _________.
    • Indonesia
    • Syria
    • Yemen (Answer)
    • Jordan
  • KLM is an airline of __________.
    • Australia
    • Germany
    • Netherlands (Answer)
    • Austria
  • Etihad Airways is an airline of __________.
    • United Arab Emirates (Answer)
    • Qatar
    • Russia
    • Canada
  • The Earth surface is divided in __________ Continents.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • The Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________.
    • Asia (Answer)
    • Europe
    • Africa
    • North America
  • The second Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________.
    • Asia
    • Europe
    • Africa (Answer)
    • North America
  • The Smallest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________.
    • Antarctica
    • Australia (Answer)
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • The Earth’s Oceanic water is divided in __________ oceans.
    • 5 (Answer)
    • 6
    • 7
    • 8
  • The Earth’s Largest ocean is __________ .
    • Atlantic
    • Arctic
    • Indian
    • Pacific (Answer)
  • The Earth’s second Largest ocean is __________ .
    • Atlantic (Answer)
    • Arctic
    • Indian
    • Pacific
  • The Earth’s Smallest ocean is __________ .
    • Atlantic
    • Arctic (Answer)
    • Indian
    • Pacific
  • The world’s Largest Lake is?
    • Caspian Sea
    • Lake Superior (Answer)
    • Lake Victoria
    • Great Bear Lake
  • The hottest desert of the world is?
    • Sahara Desert (Answer)
    • Arabian Desert
    • Cholistan Desert
    • Arctic Desert
  • The first Secretary General of United Nations was?
    • Dag Hammarskjold
    • Kurt Walheion
    • U Thant
    • Trygue Lie (Answer)
  • World War I was began in?
    • 1912
    • 1914 (Answer)
    • 1916
    • 1918
  • World War I was end in?
    • 1912
    • 1914
    • 1916
    • 1918 (Answer)
  • World War II was began in?
    • 1935
    • 1937
    • 1939 (Answer)
    • 1941
  • World War II was end in?
    • 1939
    • 1941
    • 1943
    • 1945 (Answer)
  • The world’s deadliest conflict was?
    • World War I
    • World War II (Answer)
    • Mongol Conquests
    • Taiping Rebellion
  • The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on?
    • 3 August 1945
    • 6 August 1945 (Answer)
    • 9 August 1945
    • 12 August 1945
  • What was the name of Atomic Bomb that dropped on the city of Hiroshima?
    • Little Boy (Answer)
    • Fat Boy
    • Little Man
    • Fat Man
  • The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki on?
    • 3 August 1945
    • 6 August 1945
    • 9 August 1945 (Answer)
    • 12 August 1945
  • What was the name of Atomic Bomb that dropped on the city of Nagasaki?
    • Little Boy
    • Fat Boy
    • Little Man
    • Fat Man (Answer)
  • NATO is a/an __________ alliance.
    • Military (Answer)
    • economic
    • regional
    • cultural
  • The oldest news agency in the world is?
    • AFP (Answer)
    • WAFA
    • BBC
    • CNN
  • The Suez Canal is in __________ .
    • Nigeria
    • Libya
    • Egypt (Answer)
    • Palestine
  • The Delaware river is in __________ .
    • United States (Answer)
    • Canada
    • China
    • United Kingdom
  • The main structural work of the Eiffel Tower was completed in?
    • 1883
    • 1885
    • 1887
    • 1889 (Answer)
  • The height of Eiffel Tower is __________ feet.
    • 1063 (Answer)
    • 1067
    • 1073
    • 1077
  • Reuters is the news agency of __________ .
    • United States
    • United Kingdom (Answer)
    • France
    • Germany
  • WAFA is the news agency of __________ .
    • Palestine (Answer)
    • Iraq
    • Qatar
    • Egypt
  • The capital of Saudi Arabia is?
    • Makkah
    • Madina
    • Taif
    • Riyadh (Answer)
  • The currency of Qatar is?
    • Dollar
    • Dinar
    • Dirham
    • Riyal (Answer)
  • Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was founded on __________ .
    • September 25, 1966
    • September 25, 1967
    • September 25, 19698
    • September 25, 1969 (Answer)
  • The OIC was founded in __________ .
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Iraq
    • Qatar
    • Morocco (Answer)
  • The 6th organ, “Trusteeship Council” of the United Nations suspended operation on November 01, 1994, with the independence of _________.
    • Chad
    • Sudan
    • Palau (Answer)
    • Tunisia
  • The United Nations has __________ principal organs.
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
  • The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was founded on __________ .
    • 27 December 1944
    • 27 December 1945 (Answer)
    • 27 December 1946
    • 27 December 1947
  • The social network site “Twitter” was launched on __________ .
    • July 15, 2003
    • July 15, 2004
    • July 15, 2005
    • July 15, 2006 (Answer)
  • The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was formed in?
    • 1958
    • 1960
    • 1962
    • 1964
  • 8 March is observed internationally as?
    • Women’s Day (Answer)
    • World Water Day
    • World Health Day
    • Human Rights Day
  • 22 March is observed internationally as?
    • Women’s Day
    • World Water Day (Answer)
    • World Health Day
    • Human Rights Day
  • 7 April is observed internationally as?
    • Women’s Day
    • World Water Day
    • World Health Day (Answer)
    • Human Rights Day
  • The soviet media theory had its roots in
    • Italian Fascist philosophy
    • Free enterprize approach of west
    • German ideology (Answer)
    • Japanese imperialist edicts
  • The monetary unit of Bangladesh is
    • Lek
    • Taka (Answer)
    • Shilling
    • Kyat
  • JEEVIKA, is the Rural Livelihoods project of which of the following State Governments
    • West Bengal
    • Punjab (Answer)
    • Bihar
    • Uttar Pradesh
  • What is the capital of Vietnam
    • Dhaka
    • Ajmaan
    • Hanoi (Answer)
    • none of these
  • Hitler party which came into power in 1933 is known as
    • Labour Party
    • Nazi Party (Answer)
    • Ku-Klux-Klan
    • Democratic Party
  • For which of the following disciplines is Nobel Prize awarded
    • Physics and Chemistry
    • Physiology or Medicine
    • Literature, Peace and Economics
    • all of these (Answer)
  • Garampani sanctuary is located at
    • Diphu, Assam (Answer)
    • Junagarh, Gujarat
    • Kohima, Nagaland
    • Gangtok, Sikkim
  • Eritrea, which became the 182nd member of the UN in 1993, is in the continent of
    • Asia
    • Africa (Answer)
    • Europe
    • Australia
  • The height of all 4 Minars of Badshai Mosque are
    • 170 feet
    • 172 feet
    • 175 feet
    • 177 feet (Answer)
  • Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world’s
    • largest railway station (Answer)
    • highest railway station
    • longest railway station
    • none of these
  • Who made the design of Pakistan’s first Stamp Ticket
    • Rehmat Ali
    • Abdur-rehaman Chugtai (Answer)
    • Waqar-ul-Hassan
    • none of these
  • Which bay of the Atlantic, between northern Spain and western France, is noted for its rough seas and high tides
    • Bay of Biscay
    • Bay of Arizona (Answer)
    • Bay of northern hemisphere
    • none of these
  • Thomas Cup is associated with which Game
    • Badminton (Answer)
    • football
    • hockey
    • none of these
  • Largest Arms Importer of the World is
    • Africa
    • China
    • India (Answer)
    • Bangladesh
  • Ariana is airlines of which country
    • China
    • Indonesia
    • Pakistan
    • Afghanistan (Answer)
  • FFC stands for
    • Foreign Finance Corporation
    • Film Finance Corporation  (Answer)
    • Federation of Football Council
    • none of these
  • What name is given to members of the Roman Catholic Society of Jesus
    • Jesus
    • Jesuits (Answer)
    • both a and b
    • none of these
  • Epsom (England) is the place associated with
    • horse racing (Answer)
    • polo
    • shooting
    • snooker
  • Who was the first person to address the United Nations in Hindi
    • A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
    • Narendra Modi
    • Atal Behari Vajpayee (Answer)
    • Manmohan Singh
  • The availability of cash and other cash-like marketable instruments that are useful in purchases and investments are commonly known as
    • marketability
    • cash crunch
    • credit
    • liquidity (Answer)
  • When did Fatima Jinnah joined All India Muslim league
    • 1939
    • 1927
    • 1947
    • 1949
  • First human heart transplant operation conducted by Dr. Christian Bernard on Louis Washkansky, was conducted in
    • 1968
    • 1967 (Answer)
    • 1958
    • none of these
  • Which sign of the zodiac is also called The Waterbearer
    • Scorpio
    • Leo
    • Gemini
    • Aquarius (Answer)
  • Habeas Corpus Act 1679
    • states that no one was to be imprisoned without a writ or warrant stating the charge against him
    • provided facilities to a prisoner to obtain either speedy trial or release in bail
    • safeguarded the personal liberties of the people against arbitrary imprisonment by the king’s orders
    • all of these (Answer)
  • Which of the following is NOT a missile developed by the Defence Research and Development. Organisation (DRDO)
    • Shaurya (Answer)
    • Agni
    • Pinaka
    • Brahmos
  • The 3rd SAARC Ministerial Level Meet on Poverty held in which among the following countries
    • Bangladesh
    • India
    • Nepal (Answer)
    • Buhtan
  • Which common childhood illness related to shingles is also called varicella
    • measles
    • mumps
    • polio
    • chickenpox (Answer)
  • Of which Caribbean country is Montego Bay the main tourist centre
    • Toronto
    • New York
    • Jamaica (Answer)
    • Paris
  • The name of which Roman god means ‘shining father’ in Latin
    • mercury
    • Jupiter (Answer)
    • venus
    • pluto
  • The largest peninsula in the world is
    • Arabia
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • The 16th NAM (Non-Aligned Movement) Summit 2012 was held in
    • Tehran (Answer)
    • Delhi
    • Singapore
    • London
  • Which one of the following countries made an exit from Kyoto Protocol
    • France
    • India
    • Canada (Answer)
    • China
  • Quid-e-Azam’s mother tongue was
    • Gujrati (Answer)
    • Urdu
    • Hindi
    • none of these
  • Which SAARC Member Country has Largest Literacy Rate
    • Bangladesh
    • Sri Lanka (Answer)
    • China
    • Indonesia
  • Pakistan’s National Flag was prepared by
    • Abdur-rehaman Chugtai
    • Liaqat Ali
    • Chaudhary Rehmat Ali
    • Ameer-ud-din Qadwai (Answer)
  • How many counters has each player in a game of backgammon
    • 15 (Answer)
    • 12
    • 10
    • 16
  • Which Country is the Second largest Arms Exporter of the World
    • India
    • Russia (Answer)
    • China
    • America
  • Which is the largest Oil Producing Member Country of OPEC
    • Kuwait
    • Bahrain
    • Qatar
    • Saudi Arabia (Answer)
  • Which food item takes its name from the French for twice cooked
    • burger
    • pizza
    • biscuit (Answer)
    • none of these
  • Which Country has the oldest monarchy
    • Turkey
    • Japan (Answer)
    • Rome
    • Ireland
  • ITAR-TASS is the news agency of which country
    • Russia (Answer)
    • China
    • India
    • Afghanistan
  • Pakistan’s standard time was suggested by
    • Liaqat Ali
    • Maulana Mazhar-ud-din
    • Chaudhary Rehmat Ali
    • Proffessor Muhammad Anwar (Answer)
  • Golf player Vijay Singh belongs to which country
    • USA
    • Fiji (Answer)
    • India
    • UK
  • Guarantee to an exporter that the importer of his goods will pay immediately for the goods ordered by him, is known as
    • Letter of Credit (L/C) (Answer)
    • laissezfaire
    • inflation
    • none of these
  • First Afghan War took place in
    • 1838
    • 1837
    • 1839 (Answer)
    • 1840
  • Gulf cooperation council was originally formed by
    • Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (Answer)
    • Second World Nations
    • Third World Nations
    • Fourth World Nations
  • First China War was fought between
    • China and Britain (Answer)
    • China and France
    • China and Egypt
    • China and Greek
  • Pakistan’s first coin was issued on
    • 3rd june 1948
    • 6th june 1949
    • 3rd January 1948 (Answer)
    • none of these
  • Attock fort was constructed by
    • Jahangeer
    • Aurangzeb
    • Akbar (Answer)
    • none of these
  • Mancher lake situated in
    • Sawat
    • Dadu (Answer)
    • Muree
    • Gilgit
  • What are the flat, treeless plains of Argentina called
    • Pampas (Answer)
    • Moss
    • Lichen
    • none of these
  • What name is given to the programs run by a computer, as opposed to the hardware
    • program
    • software (Answer)
    • input
    • output
  • Who wrote David Copperfield
    • Charles Dickens (Answer)
    • William Wordsworth
    • Shakespeare
    • none of these
  • The name of which animal is an Aboriginal term meaning ‘no water’
    • Rat
    • Snake
    • Koala (Answer)
    • Lizard
  • Which animal has the biggest eyes of any living creature
    • Elephant
    • Kangaroo
    • Owl
    • Horse (Answer)
  • The Wrigley Building is located in which US city
    • New York
    • Chicago
    • Hawai
    • none of these
  • Which is known as City of Skyscrapers
    • New York (Answer)
    • Paris
    • Belgium
    • Chicago
  • The capital of Canada is
    • Toronto
    • Brussels
    • Ottawa (Answer)
    • Bogota
  • Driest place in the world is
    • Death Valley(California) (Answer)
    • Sahara(Africa)
    • Barmer(Rajasthan)
    • none of these
  • Largest Museum in the world is in
    • USA (Answer)
    • China
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • World environment day is on
    • 5th June (Answer)
    • 5th May
    • 2 June
    • 2 May
  • The world oldest known city is
    • Tokyo
    • Damascus (Answer)
    • Paris
    • Beijing
  • Hindenburg Line is in between
    • India and China
    • Germany and Poland (Answer)
    • France and Germany
    • India and Pakistan
  • Highest Dam in world is
    • Hirakud Dam on the river Mahanadi-Orissa
    • Bhakra Nangal on river Sutlej
    • The Grande(Switzerland) (Answer)
    • none of these
  • The first prime minister of Bangladesh was
    • Liaqat Ali
    • Mujibur Rehman(Answer)
    • Yahya Khan
    • Zia-ul-Haq
  • Headquarter of Ghandhara civilization is in
    • Khatmandu
    • Larkana
    • Quetta
    • Taxilla(Answer)
  • Which country is largest in area
    • China
    • Canada
    • Russia(Answer)
    • India
  • The largest planet is
    • Jupiter(Answer)
    • Mercury
    • Venus
    • Earth
  • In which country did the rottweiler originate
    • America
    • Africa
    • China
    • Germany (Answer)
  • Which colour is produced by adding together yellow and cyan
    • Green (Answer)
    • Red
    • Blue
    • Pink
  • Where the biggest Salt Mine located in Pakistan
    • Mangora (Answer)
    • Jhelum
    • Sawat
    • none of these
  • The most beautiful stone-Marble is extracted from which province of Pakistan
    • Punjab
    • Sindh
    • NWFP (Answer)
    • Baluchistan
  • On which area of the moon did Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins make their landing on 20 July 1969
    • Sea of Tranquility (Answer)
    • unkonown place of moon
    • centre of moon
    • none of these
  • What name is more commonly given to a tree of the genus Taxus
    • Oak
    • Yew (Answer)
    • Plum
    • Gum
  • The longest river in Pakistan is
    • River Ravi
    • River Sindh (Answer)
    • River Cheenab
    • River Jehlum
  • In which cartoon series do the characters Chef and Cartman appear
    • Tom and Jerry
    • The Snow white
    • Cindrella
    • South Park (Answer)
  • In which country is the port of Dieppe
    • Turkey
    • Germany
    • France (Answer)
    • Italy
  • In which country are the headquarters of the multinational company Nestle
    • Switzerland (Answer)
    • Venice
    • Japan
    • Norway
  • Which two primary colours are mixed to make purple
    • red and green
    • red and blue (Answer)
    • red and yellow
    • red and white
  • What type of creature is a fulmar
    • A reptile
    • An insect
    • A dog
    • A bird (Answer)
  • Who was the first president of the United States of America
    • George Washington (Answer)
    • George Harrison
    • Robert Zemeckis
    • none of these
  • Which is the national flower of Pakistan
    • Lilly
    • Rose
    • Jasmine (Answer)
    • Tulip
  • Where is the tomb of Mughal Emperor Jahangir
    • Sialkot
    • Multan
    • Lahore (Answer)
    • Karachi
  • Which city in Switzerland was the headquarters of the League of Nations
    • Brussels
    • Geneva (Answer)
    • Canberra
    • none of these
  • At which sport have Keiji, Okada and Yuko Hasama been world champions
    • Bedminton
    • Polo
    • Table tennis
    • Karate (Answer)
  • In which US state is the port of Tarpon Springs
    • Florida (Answer)
    • Hawaii
    • Virginia
    • none of these
  • Ice cream was first produced in which country in the 17th century
    • England
    • Italy (Answer)
    • France
    • Germany
  • The total Area of the Capital of Pakistan ‘Islamabad’ is
    • 800 sq Km
    • 850 sq Km
    • 900 sq Km
    • 907 sq Km (Answer)
  • What is the official language of Mexico
    • Spanish (Answer)
    • French
    • Italian
    • English
  • What is the standard monetary unit of Turkey
    • Lira (Answer)
    • Penny
    • Euro
    • Dollar
  • What is the capital of Queensland, Australia
    • Brisbane (Answer)
    • Brussels
    • Beijing
    • Doha
  • In which century did the Crimean War take place
    • 18th
    • 19th (Answer)
    • 17th
    • 16th
  • In which US state is the city of Tallahassee
    • Virginia
    • Hawai
    • Florida (Answer)
    • none of these
  • Who starred as Superman in the 1970s and 1980s film series
    • Christopher Reeve (Answer)
    • John Belushi
    • Cilla Black
    • none of these
  • Which is the national bird of Pakistan
    • Markhor
    • Parrot
    • Pigeon
    • Chakor (Answer)
  • Who was the second wife of King Henry VIII of England
    • Anne Boleyn (Answer)
    • Queen Elizabeth
    • Lady Diana
    • none of these
  • The Painted Desert lies in which US state
    • Florida
    • Arizona (Answer)
    • Hawaii
    • Virginia
  • In which year did the Titanic sink on its maiden voyage
    • 1913
    • 1914
    • 1912 (Answer)
    • 1915
  • Which country is the world’s largest producer of coffee
    • Taiwan
    • UK
    • Brazil (Answer)
    • Switzerland
  • What is the capital of Libya
    • Kabul
    • Ajmaan
    • Doha
    • Tripoli (Answer)
  • What are the three main languages of Switzerland
    • German, French and Italian (Answer)
    • German, French and English
    • German, French and Spanish
    • English, French and Italian
  • The Second largest city of Pakistan is
    • Rawalpindi
    • Lahore (Answer)
    • Multan
    • Quetta
  • The large moon Miranda is a satellite of which planet of the solar system
    • Neptune
    • Pluto
    • Uranus (Answer)
    • Jupiter
  • Of which country is Margrethe II the reigning queen
    • Turkey
    • Switzerland
    • Denmark (Answer)
    • Italy
  • Mount Cook is the highest mountain of which nation in the South Pacific
    • Canada
    • Brazil
    • Australia
    • New Zealand (Answer)
  • What sort of creature is a margay
    • Dog
    • Cat (Answer)
    • Bird
    • Insect
  • In which European city are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the Kremlin
    • Moscow (Answer)
    • Paris
    • Brussels
    • Manchester
  • How many white stars are on the national flag of the USA
    • 20
    • 30
    • 40
    • 50 (Answer)
  • A howdah is a seat used for riding on the back of which animal
    • Horse
    • Bull
    • Elephant (Answer)
    • Donkey
  • In which US state is the city of San Diego
    • California (Answer)
    • Arizona
    • Florida
    • Virginia
  • Who was the Greek goddess of war and wisdom
    • Athena (Answer)
    • Lakshmi
    • Ganga
    • None of these
  • What is the world’s largest living mammal
    • Elephant
    • Blue Whale (Answer)
    • Shark
    • Giraffe
  • In 1976, Israeli troops stormed a hijacked plane at which Ugandan airport
    • Entebbe (Answer)
    • Turin
    • Venice
    • None of these
  • What is the name of the large salty lake which lies between Israel and Jordan
    • Salt Lake
    • Dead Sea (Answer)
    • Death Lake
    • None of these
  • In which sport is the term ‘hookcheck’ often used
    • Polo
    • Ice hockey (Answer)
    • Football
    • Bedminton
  • Which river flows through the Sea of Galilee
    • River Nile
    • River Beijing
    • River Jordan (Answer)
    • None of these
  • Gatun Lake is part of which canal
    • Indus canal
    • Pacific canal
    • both a and b
    • Panama Canal (Answer)
  • In US politics, who carries the nickname ‘the Veep’
    • President
    • General Secretory
    • Vice-President (Answer)
    • Clerk
  • Which is Australia’s largest city by population
    • Sydney (Answer)
    • Melbourne
    • Perth
    • None of these
  • How many squares has a chessboard
    • 24
    • 52
    • 45
    • 64 (Answer)
  • What colour is the ball worth three points in snooker
    • Red
    • Green (Answer)
    • Black
    • Yellow
  • Which country is the most popular destination for foreign tourists
    • France (Answer)
    • Germany
    • Switzerland
    • Australia
  • The Flathead Lake Monster is said to exist in which US state
    • Florida
    • Arizona
    • Virginia
    • Montana (Answer)
  • Who wrote Arms and the Man and Man and Superman
    • William Wordsworth
    • Shakespeare
    • None of these
  • Which US president was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth
    • Richard Branson
    • Abraham Lincoln (Answer)
    • Nicholas Monsarrat
    • George Bush
  • What sort of creature is a hairstreak
    • Bird
    • Butterfly (Answer)
    • Cat
    • Dog
  • What number is between five and one on a dartboard
    • 20 (Answer)
    • 10
    • 3
    • 15
  • Which continent comprises the land around the South Pole
    • Asia
    • Africa
    • Europe
    • Antarctica (Answer)
  • Which English romantic poet wrote Endymion
    • William Wordsworth
    • Shakespeare
    • John Keats (Answer)
  • Which bird with a distinctive call lays its eggs in the nests of other birds
    • Sparrow
    • Parrot
    • Humming bird
    • Cuckoo (Answer)
  • Who was the first Emperor in China
    • Sun Yat Sen
    • Kublai Khan
    • Qin Shi Huagdi (Answer)
    • None of these (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQS PDF)
  • Which body of water separates the North Island and South Island of New Zealand
    • Bass Strait
    • Megellan Strait
    • Strait of Bonifacio
    • Cook Strait (Answer)
  • To which country did the Dc-10 belong which exploded in air over Niger on September 19,1989
    • UK
    • Israel
    • Suriname
    • France (Answer)
  • On Which sea is the island of Corfu situated
    • Black sea
    • Mediterranean sea
    • Adriatic Sea (Answer)
    • Baltic Sea
  • What was the United States largest single land acquisition
    • Louisiana Purchase (Answer)
    • Garsden Purchase
    • Alaska
    • Maxican Cessation
  • What is the second largest desert in the world after the Sahara desert
    • Gobi Desert
    • Arabian Desert (Answer)
    • Kalahari Desert
    • Libyan Desert
  • What country was Band Aid’s 1984 record produced to raise money for
    • Bangladesh
    • Ethiopia (Answer)
    • Kenya
    • Morocco
  • For the Olympics and World Tournaments, the dimensions of basketball court are
    • 26 m x 14 m
    • 28 m x 15 m (Answer)
    • 27 m x 16 m
    • 28 m x 16 m
  • Each year World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is celebrated on
    • May 8 (Answer)
    • May 18
    • June 8
  • Who was the first U.S President who was not from Massachusetts or Virginia
    • James Madison
    • James Polk
    • Andrew Jackson (Answer)
    • None of these
  • Federation Cup, World Cup, Allywyn International Trophy and Challenge Cup are awarded to winners of
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball (Answer)
    • Basketball
    • Cricket
  • Famous sculptures depicting art of love built some time in 950 AD – 1050 AD are
    • Khajuraho temples (Answer)
    • Jama Masjid
    • Mahabalipuram temples
  • In what state is the geographic center of the United States located
    • Montana
    • North Dakota
    • South Dakota  (Answer)
    • Wyoming
  • Fire temple is the place of worship of which of the following religion
    • Taoism
    • Judaism
    • Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion) (Answer)
    • Shintoism
  • Who was the first cartoonist to win a Pulitzer Prize for a comic strip
    • All Capp
    • Berke Breathed
    • Charles Schulz
    • Garry Trudeau (Answer)
  • Georgia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan became the members of UNO in
    • 1992 (Answer)
    • 1991
    • 1993
    • 1994
  • Germany signed the Armistice Treaty on ____ and World War I ended
    • January 19, 1918
    • May 30, 1918
    • November 11, 1918 (Answer)
    • February 15, 1918
  • During World War II, when did Germany attack France
    • 1941
    • 1940 (Answer)
    • 1942
  • In what city did james Mclamore and David Edger ton open the first Burger King in 1954
    • Colorado Springs, Colorado
    • Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Sacramento, California
    • Miami, Florida (Answer)
  • Euclid was
    • Greek mathematician
    • Contributor to the use of deductive principles of logic as the basis of geometry
    • Propounded the geometrical theorems
    • All of these
  • DRDL stands for
    • Defence Research and Development Laboratary (Answer)
    • Department of Research and Development Laboratory
    • Differential Research and Documentation Laboratary
    • None of these
  • In which future U.S state did Custer make his famous Last Stand
    • Montana (Answer)
    • North Dakota
    • Oklahoma
  • What author confessed’ “My stories written when sober are stupid”
    • Arthur conan Doyle
    • Earnest Hemingway
    • F. Scott Fitzgerald (Answer)
    • Leo Tolstoy
  • What Kansas city’s name means ‘potato’ in the Kansa language
    • Abeline
    • Topeka (Answer)
    • Omaha
    • Wichita
  • Who was the first Indian Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army
    • Gen. K.M. Cariappa (Answer)
    • Vice-Admiral R.D. Katari
    • Gen. Maharaja Rajendra Singhji
    • None of these
  • How tall is the pitcher’s mound in major League Baseball
    • 6 inches
    • 14 inches
    • 18 inches
    • 10 inches (Answer)
  • FRS stands for
    • Fellow Research System
    • Federation of Regulation Society
    • Fellow of Royal Society (Answer)
    • None of these
  • What device’s invention was the main reason for demise of the Pony Express
    • Radio
    • Telegraph (Answer)
    • Telephone
    • Train
  • During World War I Germany was defeated in the Battle of Verdun on the western front and Romania declared war on the eastern front in the year
    • 1914 AD
    • 1915 AD
    • 1912 AD
    • 1916 AD (Answer)
  • What is the highest peak in the 48 contiguous U.S states
    • Mount Elbert
    • Mount Rainier
    • Mount Whitney (Answer)
    • Pikes Peak
  • Hamid Karzai was chosen president of Afghanistan in
    • 2000
    • 2002 (Answer)
    • 2001
  • Durand Cup is associated with the game of
    • Hockey
    • Bedminton
    • Football (Answer)
    • Volleyball
  • What playwright’s The Glass Menagerie appeared on Broadway and was made into three movies
    • Arthur Miller
    • David Mamet
    • Noel Coward
    • Tennessee Williams (Answer)
  • What was the first U.S city to host the winter Olympics
    • Denver
    • Lake Placid (Answer)
    • Salt Lake city
    • Squaw Valley
  • Headquarters of UNO are situated at
    • New York, USA (Answer)
    • Haque (Netherlands)
    • Geneva
  • Who was the first person to sail to the southern tip of Africa, in 1488
    • Ferdinand Magellan
    • James Cook
    • Bartholomew Dias (Answer)
    • None of these
  • First International Peace Congress was held in London in
    • 1564 AD
    • 1843 AD (Answer)
    • 1845 AD
    • 1545 AD
  • What was the only Grand Slam event that eluded Monica seles in both 1991 and 1992
    • Australian open
    • French open
    • U.S open
    • Wimbledon (Answer)
  • Dr. Zakir Hussain was
    • the first Muslim president of India (Answer)
    • first vice president of India
    • first president of Indian National Congress
    • first speaker of Lok Sabha (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQS PDF)
  • In Robinson Crusoe, what does the title character name the native he befriends
    • Wednesday
    • Thursday
    • Friday (Answer)
    • Saturday
  • Hockey was introduced in the Asian Games in
    • 1958 in Tokyo (Answer)
    • 1962 in Jakarta
    • 1966 in Bangkok
    • 1970 in Bangkok
  • How many acres are in square mile
    • 1.6
    • 32
    • 640 (Answer)
    • None of these
  • ESCAP stands for
    • Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific (Answer)
    • European Society Council for Africa and Pacific
    • Economic and Social Commission for Africa and Pacific
    • None of these
  • Which U.S President was born the earliest
    • James Madison
    • George Washington (Answer)
    • John Adams
    • Thomas Jefferson
  • Firdausi was
    • a poet
    • well known for his epic ‘Shahnama’
    • Both option A and B (Answer)
    • None of these (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQS PDF)
  • The Partridge Family TV show, what did the singing family travel in
    • RV
    • Van
    • Station wagon
    • Bus (Answer)
  • Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is at
    • Dehradun
    • Darjeeling (Answer)
    • Marmago
    • Dispur
  • Which position did Doug Harvey play in the NHL
    • Center
    • Right wing
    • Left wing
    • Defense man (Answer)
  • During the first crusade, crusaders reached Jerusalem and captured it in
    • 1000 AD
    • 1099 AD (Answer)
    • 1200 AD
    • 1500 AD
  • What was venetian artist Titian’s last name
    • Vecchietta
    • Veneziano
    • Vecellio (Answer)
    • None of these
  • Free market is
    • a condition in the international market where nations do not impose customs duty or other taxes on import of goods
    • market where the price of a commodity is determined by free play of the forces of supply and demand (Answer)
    • ports that are exempted from payment of customs duty on articles of commerce, primarily to encourage tourism
    • none of these
  • Which U.S. state has the second most area that is covered by water
    • Florida
    • Alaska
    • Michigan (Answer)
    • Minnesota
  • East Timor, which became the 191st member of the UN, is in the continent of
    • Asia (Answer)
    • Africa
    • Europe
  • What was English trumpeter John Shore’s claim to fame in 1711
    • Creator of the modern trumpet
    • First trumpeter in an orchestra
    • Inventor of the tuning fork (Answer)
    • Saved from a bullet by his trumpet
  • GNLF stands for
    • Gorkha National Liberation Front (Answer)
    • Gross National Liberation Form
    • Both option A and B
    • None of these
  • What college’s men’s basketball team below is not nicknamed the Wildcats
    • Arizona
    • Cincinnati (Answer)
    • Kansas State
    • Kentucky
  • Fa-Hien was
    • the first Buddhist pilgrim of China to visit India during the reign of Chandragupta Vikramaditya (Answer)
    • the discoverer of Puerto Rico and Jamaica
    • the first Buddhist pilgrim of India to visit China
    • none of these (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQS PDF)
  • What is the title character’s name in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice Shylock
    • Bassanio
    • Balthasar
    • Antonia (Answer)
  • Which U.S subway system has the most miles of track
    • Boston
    • New York
    • San Francisco
    • Washington, D.C (Answer)
  • In 1967, which country below did not fight Isreal in the Six day war
    • Egypt
    • Jordan
    • Lebanon (Answer)
    • Syria
  • In which major U.S professional sport does the home team not usually wear white
    • Major League Baseball
    • National Basketball Association
    • National Football League (Answer)
    • National Hockey League
  • Who was the gypsy heroine of The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    • Daniella
    • Esmeralda (Answer)
    • Gabriela
  • How many continents border the Arctic Ocean
    • 2
    • 4
    • 5
    • 3(Answer)
  • Which U.S President first appeared on the face of the dime on Jan 30, 1946
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • Franklin Roosevelt (Answer)
    • George Washington
    • Thomas Jefferson
  • Who was the only golfer to win the British open in three different decades in the 20th century
    • Bobby Jones
    • Jack Nicklaus
    • Gary Player (Answer)
    • None of these
  • What author’s first novel was Hike and the Aeroplane
    • Sinclair Lewis (Answer)
    • E.M. Forster
    • Somerset Maugham
  • What profession was the first to accept what we now call tips
    • Actors
    • Plumbers
    • Doctors
    • Barbers (Answer)
  • What was the first Peanuts television special
    • A Charlie Brown Christmas (Answer)
    • A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
    • It’s the Great Pumpkin
    • None of these
  • How many no- hitters did Nolan Ryan throw in his career, the most by any Major League Baseball pitcher
    • 4
    • 7 (Answer)
    • 5
    • 6
  • In which country are the aptly named Snowy Mountain located
    • Australia (Answer)
    • Canada
    • Russia
    • Turkey
  •  The deepest point in the world is
    (A) Dead Sea
    (B) South Pole
    (C) Mariana Trench  (Answer)
    (D) Sinai Peninsula
  •  The Mariana Trench is in the __________ Ocean.
    (A) Atlantic
    (B) Arctic
    (C) Antarctic
    (D) Pacific (Answer)
  •  The depth of the Mariana Trench is __________ meters.
    (A) 10,011
    (B) 10,411
    (C) 10,611
    (D) 10,911 (Answer)
  •  Panama (a country) connects the two continents
    (A) Asia and Europe
    (B) Asia and Africa (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQS PDF)
    (C) South America and North America (Answer)
    (D) Asia and Australia
  •  Turkey connects the two continents
    (A) Asia and Europe (Answer)
    (B) Asia and Africa
    (C) South America and North America
    (D) Asia and Australia
  •  Egypt connects the two continents
    (A) Asia and Europe
    (B) Asia and Africa (Answer)
    (C) South America and North America
    (D) Asia and Australia
  • The Panama Canal in Panama is a man-made 77 km waterway that connects
    (A) Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean (Answer)
    (B) Atlantic Ocean and Arctic
    (C) Arctic Ocean and Antarctic Ocean
    (D) Pacific Ocean and Arctic Ocean
  •  The Engadin Valley is located in
    (A) Switzerland (Answer)
    (B) Portugal
    (C) Turkey
    (D) Egypt
  •  The Pico Island is located in
    (A) Switzerland
    (B) Portugal (Answer)
    (C) Turkey
    (D) Egypt
  •  Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul is popularly known as the
    (A) Green Mosque
    (B) Blue Mosque (Answer)
    (C) Red Mosque
    (D) Yellow Mosque
  •  The Great Pyramid of Giza, the oldest of the ancient 7 wonders of the world, is located in
    (A) Egypt (Answer)
    (B) Portugal
    (C) Switzerland
  • Lake Lucerne that has complicated shape with several sharp bends and four arms is located in
    (A) Egypt
    (B) Portugal
    (C) Switzerland (Answer)
    (D) Turkey
  •  Which city is also called The City of 1,000 Minarets?
    (A) Istanbul
    (B) Cairo (Answer)
    (C) Makkah
    (D) Islamabad
  •  The South Pole of the Earth is located in
    (A) Norway
    (B) Antarctica (Answer)
    (C) Arctic Ocean
    (D) Pacific Ocean
  •  The North Pole of the Earth is located in
    (A) Norway
    (B) Antarctica
    (C) Arctic Ocean (Answer)
    (D) Pacific Ocean
  •  Which statement is true about South and North Poles of the Earth?
    (A) South Pole is warmer than the North Pole
    (B) North Pole is warmer than the South Pole (Answer)
    (C) Both poles have equal temperature
    (D) Both poles lie in the Ocean
  •  The Sinai Peninsula is located in
    (A) Egypt (Answer)
    (B) Portugal
    (C) Switzerland
  •  Augusta Raurica, a Roman archaeological site, was a/an
    (A) theater
    (B) open-air theater
    (C) museum
    (D) open-air museum (Answer)
  •  Augusta Raurica is located in
    (A) Egypt
    (B) Portugal
    (C) Switzerland (Answer)
    (D) Turkey
  •  The Pena Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in
    (A) Egypt
    (B) Portugal (Answer)
    (C) Switzerland
    (D) Turkey
  •  The bridge in Istanbul, Turkey that connects Asia and Europe is called
    (A) Golden Gate Bridge
    (B) Akashi Kaikyo Bridge
    (C) Bosphorus Bridge (Answer)
    (D) Royal Gorge Bridge
  •  Alexandria is a city in
    (A) Turkey
    (B) Egypt (Answer)
    (C) Jordan
    (D) Greece
  •  About __________% of Antarctica is covered by ice.
    (A) 97
    (B) 98 (Answer)
    (C) 99
  •  Ross Island in the Ross Sea is located near
    (A) Greenland
    (B) Norway
    (C) continent of Antarctica (Answer)
    (D) continent of Australia
  •  The first European to reach India by sea was
    (A) Christopher Columbus
    (B) Marco Polo
    (C) John Cabot
    (D) Vasco da Gama (Answer)
  •  Vasco da Gama was a/an __________ explorer.
    (A) British
    (B) French
    (C) German
    (D) Portuguese (Answer)
  •  The World Wide Web was invented by
    (A) Tim Berners-Lee (Answer)
    (B) Bob Kahn
    (C) Steve Jobs
  •  The birthplace of the World Wide Web was
    (A) NASA
    (B) Pentagon
    (C) CERN (Answer)
    (D) Microsoft
  •  The headquarter of the European Organization for Nuclear Research, called CERN, is located in
    (A) Belgium
    (B) Switzerland (Answer)
    (C) Germany
    (D) England
  •  The book “Emile” or “On Education” was written by
    (A) Rousseau (Answer)
    (B) Socrates
    (C) Plato
    (D) Aristotle
  •  The world’s longest land border between the two countries is the border between
    (A) US and Canada (Answer)
    (B) US and Mexico
    (C) India and Pakistan
    (D) South Korea and North Korea
  •  The world’s largest island is
    (A) Greenland (Answer)
    (B) Finland
    (C) Indonesia
  •  Which country is the largest archipelagic country in the world?
    (A) Greenland
    (B) Finland
    (C) Indonesia (Answer)
    (D) United Kingdom
  •  Indonesia is a country with around __________ islands.
    (A) 10,000
    (B) 11,000
    (C) 12,000
    (D) 13,000 (Answer)
  •  The most dispersed country in the world is
    (A) Maldives (Answer)
    (B) Indonesia
    (C) Malaysia
    (D) Philippines (Answer)
  •  The Maldives is spread over __________ km2.
    (A) 60,000
    (B) 70,000
    (C) 80,000 (Answer)
    (D) 90,000
  •  Maldives, a country in Asia, is consist of around __________ islands.
    (A) 1100
    (B) 1152 (Answer)
    (C) 1192
  •  Which country is also called the “Land of the Midnight Sun”?
    (A) Japan
    (B) Norway (Answer)
    (C) Netherlands
  •  Which country is also called “Rainbow Nation”?
    (A) Japan
    (B) Norway
    (C) Netherlands
    (D) South Africa (Answer)
  •  “Netherlands” literally means
    (A) ideal location
    (B) lower countries (Answer)
    (C) mouth of land
    (D) land of sun set
  •  Which country contains the most volcanoes in the world?
    (A) Indonesia (Answer)
    (B) Maldives
    (C) South Africa
    (D) Mexico
  •  Which country is the lowest in the world?
    (A) Indonesia
    (B) Maldives (Answer)
    (C) South Africa
    (D) Netherlands
  •  Which country recognizes the highest number of official languages?
    (A) Indonesia
    (B) Maldives
    (C) South Africa (Answer)
  •  The constitution of South Africa recognizes __________ official languages.
    (A) 8
    (B) 9
    (C) 10
    (D) 11 (Answer)
  •  Which country is completely surrounded by South Africa?
    (A) Gabon
    (B) Laos
    (C) Lesotho (Answer)
    (D) Niue
  •  The Komodo dragons are found in
    (A) Indonesia (Answer)
    (B) Maldives
    (C) South Africa
    (D) Egypt
  •  Jeju Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in
    (A) Indonesia
    (B) Egypt
    (C) South Africa
    (D) South Korea (Answer)
  •  Borobudur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in
    (A) Indonesia (Answer)
    (B) Egypt
    (C) South Africa
    (D) South Korea
  •  The Orange River flows in
    (A) Indonesia
    (B) Egypt
    (C) South Africa (Answer)
    (D) Mexico
  •  The Chapultepec Castle is located in
    (A) Indonesia
    (B) Egypt
    (C) South Africa
    (D) Mexico (Answer)
  •  The largest desert in the world is
    (A) Antarctica (Answer)
    (B) Arctic
    (C) Sahara
    (D) Atacama
  •  The largest cold desert in the world is
    (A) Antarctica (Answer)
    (B) Arctic
    (C) Sahara
    (D) Atacama
  •  The largest hot desert in the world is
    (A) Cholistan
    (B) Arctic
    (C) Sahara (Answer)
    (D) Atacama
  • . The Sahara desert is located in
    (A) Asia
    (B) Africa (Answer)
    (C) South America
    (D) Australia
  • . The driest desert in the world is
    (A) Sahara Desert
    (B) Cholistan Desert
    (C) Arabian Desert
    (D) Atacama Desert (Answer)


. The Atacama Desert is located in
(A) Asia
(B) Africa
(C) South America (Answer)
(D) Australia


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