Q2) Which of these is also known as the festival of sacrifice?
A.Eid – ul – Adha
B.Eid – ul – Fitr
C.Milan- un – Nabi
Q3) Within which of these mediums is the speed of the sound fastest?
Q4) Which of these teams has not played their first ever cricket test match against India?
Q5) Which of these can multiply only in the living cells of animals, plants or bacteria?
Q6) What was the other popular name by which the ruler Nasir-ud-Din Muhammad was known?
Q7) Which of these organizations is the only one to have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize three times?
B. UN Peacekeeping Force
C. Red Cross
D.Medecins Sans Frontiers
Q8) What popular sobriquet describes both Japan as well as the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh?
A.Lands of Clouds
B.Lands of Prosperity
C. Land of Winds
D.Land of the Rising Sun
Q9) According to Puranas, the tenth Avatar of Vishnu, Kalki, is often pictured sitting on whichof these animals?
Q10) Who in 1910 was sentenced to Kala Pani for 50 years?
A.Bal Gangadhar Tilak
B.Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
C. Syama Prasad Mukherjee
Q11) Which of these personalities was initially buried in Kochi, Kerala, before his grave was exhumed and taken to Portugal?
A. Vasco da Gama
B. Christopher Columbus
C. Afonso De Albuquerque
D. Tristao Da Cunha
Q12) Which of these Goddesses is also known as “Shweta Padmasana”?
Q13) Which objects of everyday use have types called AA, AAA, C and D?
Q14) In which sport does Swapna Barman represent India at the International Level?
A. 3000 m Steeplechase
C. 400 m Hurdles
D. Hammer Throw
Q15) Flight IC 814, which was hijacked to Kandahar in 1999, was scheduled to land in Delhi. Where did it take off from?
A. Doha, Qatar
B. Chandigarh, India
C. Dhaka, Bangladesh
D. Kathmandu, Nepal
Q16) If you filling a form and you check the book stating ‘NA’, what does it mean?
C. Not Accepted
Q17) Which of these cities is also known as the “Steel City of Odisha”?
Q18) Which Prominent Indian businessman did Mahatma Gandhi Affectionately call his “fifth son”?
A.G D Birla
C. J N Tata
Q19) Which of these musical instruments typically has six strings?
Q20) Which is the largest island in the Indian Ocean?
Q21) Which was the first yacht from India that circumnavigated the world ?
Q22) On which of these planets does the sun rise in the west and set in the east?
Q23) Whose memoir is titled “The Man who Bombed Karachi”?
A.Admiral S M Nanda
B.Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw
C. Air Chief Marshal P C Lal
D.Lt Gen Jagjit Singh Aurora
Q24) Which of these ladies is not a sitting Supreme Court Judge?
Q25) What Animal is the official state animal of Karnataka, Kerala and Jharkhand?