- Announcement of Gaganyaan
- Launch of Mangalyaan
- Launch of Aryabhata
- Formation of ISRO
Q2) The Trigger of gun is, colloquially, also known as what?
Q3) Which of these numbers is normally required to verify a transaction, when shopping online using a debit or credit card?
Q4) Which of these substances is composed of only two elements – hydrogen & oxygen?
Q5) “Nabhah Sparsham Deeptam”, the motto of India Air Force, is taken from which ancient work?
Q6) In 2018, which Indian – born person won the Field Medal, often called Noble Prize for Mathematics?
- Manjul Bhargava
- Akshay Venkatesh
- Vashishtha Narayan Singh
- S S Abhtankar
Q7) Which of these state’s capital is farthest east?
Q8) At which monument in Delhi did the British forces arrest Bahadur Shah Zafar in September 1857?
- Humayu’s Tomb
- Nizamuddin Dargah
- Purana Qila
- Tughlaqabad Fort
Q9) In the abbreviation PNR, used while issuing rail or air ticket, what does R stand For?
Q10) Which is the only one of these which comes in different sizes called mini, micro and nano?
- Credit Cards
- SIM Cards
Standard SIM (15 x 25mm) Micro SIM (12 x 15mm) Nano SIM (8.8 x 12.3mm)
Q11) Which of these creatures is not scientifically classified as fish?
Q12) Who among the following mythological figures got his name because of his ability to move his chariot in all directions?
Q13) Which is the largest joint in the human body?
Q14) Which Indian state had India’s first Muslim Woman Chief Minister?
Q15) The only person to win two individual Nobel Prizes, not shared with anyone else, won them in what fields?
- Chemistry, Physics
- Chemistry, Peace
- Chemistry, Chemistry
- Literature, Peace
Q16) In which of these sports are balls, ribbons, ropes, hoops and clubs used?
Q17) What kind of embroidery is this, which is believed to have been popularised by Mughal Empress Noor Jehan?
Q18) Which of these creatures produces vermicompost?
Q19) Which of these athletes is known by the nickname ‘Dhing Express’?
A.Saikhom Mirabai Chanu
Q20) What does the ‘R’ stand for in the name of Dr B R Ambedkar?
Q21) According to WHO, which disease has been completely eradicated from the world by vaccination?
Q22) Which of these measures is the shortest in length?
Q23) Which of these is a board game which can normally be played by only two opponents at a time?
- Snakes & Ladders
Q24) Common cold, polio and AIDS are diseases caused by which of these organisms?
Q25) In which century were the first two battles of Panipat fought?
Q26) The twenty seven daughters of Daksha collectively known as Nakshatras, are the Wives of which God?
Q27) Who wrote Saraswati Vandana “Var de Veenavaadini Var de“?
C.Ramdhari Singh Dinkar
D.Suryakant Tripathi Nirala