GK MCQ’s MCQs World General Knowledge

General Knowledge: Most Important Questions (Part III)

General Knowledge: Most Important Questions (Part III)
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

201. Which of the following countries is a landlocked country?
(a) Uruguay
(b) Pakistan
(c) Bolivia (Correct)
(d) All of above

202. “Liverpool” and Bristal are the seaports of:
(a) USA
(b) Russia
(c) UK (Correct)
(d) Brazil

203. Which place is called “City of Mosques”?
(a) Dhaka (Correct)
(b) Lahore
(c) Islamabad
(d) Baghdad

204. ‘Island of Cloves’ is the nickname of:
(a) Sweden
(b) Madagascar (Correct)
(c) Cuba
(d) Iraq

205. Which of the following is the Parliament of Japan?
(a) Folketing
(b) Yuan
(c) Knesset
(d) Diet (Correct)

206. A German scientist who discovered x-rays
(a) Roentgen (Correct)
(b) H. Morgan
(c) G. Mendel
(d) C. B. Bridges

207. Which of the following South Asian countries is landlocked?
(a) Sri Lanka
(b) Bangladesh
(c) Bhutan (Correct)
(d) Maldives

208. ‘Abu Ghraib’ is a
(a) Leader of PLO
(b) President of Lebanon
(c) Secretary General of Arab League
(d) A prison in Iraq (Correct)

209. World environmental day is observed on
(a) 15th June
(b) 5th June (Correct)
(c) 25th June
(d) None of these
210. Freud is associated with
(a) Detective
(b) Biology
(c) Physiology and medicine (Correct)
(d) Leprosy control

211. In American history only president who give resign
(a) Richard Nixon (Correct)
(b) Eisen Hower
(c) Ronald Reagon
(d) Truman

212. Who has taken the highest number of wickets in One-Day International cricket?
(a) Malcolm Marshal
(b) M.Maralitharan (Correct)
(c) Waqar Yunus
(d) Wasim Akram

213. Which is the second highest Pass in world?
(a) Namni Pass (Correct)
(b) Col de Rstefond Pass
(c) Donner Pass
(d) Myanmar Pass

214. Synagogue is place of worship of which religion?
(a) Confucianism
(b) Judaism (Correct)
(c) Buddhism
(d) None of them

215. Which is the largest Sea in the world?
(a) South China Sea (Correct)
(b) Mediterranean Sea
(c) Black Sea
(d) Red Sea

216. 15th Conference of NAM was held in March 2008 in
(a) Havana (Cuba)
(b) Cairo (Egypt)
(c) Sharam Shaikh (Egypt) (Correct)
(d) Jakarta (Indonesia)

217. Which of the following book was written by A.H. Ispahani?
(a) Quaid-i-Azam My Leader
(b) Struggle For Pakistan
(c) Quaid-i-Azam Jinnah As I Knew Him (Correct)
(d) None of them

218. “The Great Divide, Britain, India & Pakistan” was written by
(a) W.H. Wriggins
(b) Stanley Walpert
(c) H.V. Hudson (Correct)
(d) None of them

219. “The Military and Politics in Pakistan” is written by
(a) Shahid Javed Burki
(b) K.K. Aziz
(c) I.H. Qureshi
(d) Hassan Askari Rizvi (Correct)

220. Peshawar district and major part of Mardan district, are consisted of
(a) Hilly areas
(b) Plain areas (Correct)
(c) Plateau areas
(d) None of these

221. What is the total area of Sindh?
(a) 139,424 sq km
(b) 138,532 sq km
(c) 142,532 sq km
(d) 140,914 sq km (Correct)

222. What is the total length of Pak-India boundary line?
(a) 1610 kilometers (Correct)
(b) 1670 kilometers
(c) 1810 kilometers
(d) None of these

223. What is the total length of coastline of Pakistan?
(a) 1020 km
(b) 1046 km (Correct)
(c) 1095 km
(d) 1126 km

224. Which city is called “City of Parks”?
(a) Banaras
(b) Quito
(c) Kiev
(d) Rome

225. People’s Great Hural is the parliament of which country?
(a) Cuba
(b) Mexico
(c) Magnolia (Correct)
(d) Nigeria

226. The area of lowest rainfall in Pakistan is
(a) Nushki
(b) Quetta
(c) Thar
(d) Nokhundi (Correct)

227. The Chashma Nuclear plant was built with the help of
(a) France
(b) Germany
(c) Canada
(d) China (Correct)

228. The first nuclear device was tested in
(a) 1940
(b) 1941
(c) 1945 (Correct)
(d) 1942

229. Which of the following countries is the leading producer of rice in the world?
(a) Australia
(b) Argentina
(c) China (Correct)
(d) Cuba

230. The highest lake in the world is:
(a) Lake Hanna
(b) Lake Tanzania
(c) Lake Toba
(d) Lake Titicaca (Correct)

231. Which is the largest producer of diamonds in the world?
(a) Australia (Correct)
(b) Canada
(c) South Africa
(d) Russia

232. Which is the largest producer of coffee in the world?
(a) Brazil (Correct)
(b) Sri Lanka
(c) Pakistan
(d) Myanmar

233. The largest reserves of fresh water on the Earth’s surface is located in:
(a) North America (Correct)
(b) South America
(c) Russia
(d) None of the above

234. ‘Fleet Street’ of London is famous for:
(a) Newspapers and press agencies offices (Correct)
(b) Stock Exchange
(c) Cinema Halls
(d) Shipping Centres

235. Which is the first newspaper of Urdu language?
(a) Jam-e-Jahan Numma (Correct)
(b) Urdu Guide Akhbar
(c) Koh-e-Noor
(d) None of these

236. When Radcliffe Award was announced?
(a) 17th June 1947
(b) 18th July 1947
(c) 15th August 1947
(d) 17th August 1947 (Correct)

237. The membership of Pakistan in the UNO was opposed by
(a) India
(b) Afghanistan (Correct)
(c) Israel
(d) None of these

238. Who invented the paper?
(a) French
(b) Egyptians
(c) Chinese (Correct)
(d) Spanish

239. Which of the following countries lead in the production of tea in the world?
(a) India (Correct)
(b) Myanmar
(c) Sri Lanka
(d) Japan

240. Name the largest railway station of the world is
(a) Grand Central Terminal, New York (Correct)
(b) Lahore railway station, Pakistan
(c) Trans-Siberian railway station, Russia
(d) None of these

241. Which is the third largest landlocked country in the world?
(a) Magnolia
(b) Sudan
(c) Switzerland
(d) Chad (Correct)

242. The Great Bath of the Indus Valley Civilization was discovered in:
(a) Harappa
(b) Lothal
(c) Mohenjodaro (Correct)
(d) Ropar

243. ‘Freedom Air’ is the name of airline of
(a) New Zealand (Correct)
(b) South Africa
(c) South Korea
(d) Canada

244. The city constructed on the bank of the river Tigris is
(a) Basra
(b) Baghdad (Correct)
(c) Najaf
(d) Tehran

245. The “Berber” tribes were resident of
(a) South Korea
(b) North Africa (Correct)
(c) Andulus
(d) China

246. Contour is a measure of
(a) Topography (Correct)
(b) Rainfall
(c) Temperature
(d) Pressure

247. The foreign phrase Affair de Coeur means
(a) A love affair
(b) In the meantime
(c) An affair of the heart (Correct)
(d) None of these

248. Latitude of South Pole is
(a) 0
(b) 30
(c) 60
(d) 90 (Correct)

249. O’Hare Airport is the name of
(a) New York Airport
(b) Chigaco Airport (Correct)
(c) Paris Airport
(d) None of the Above

250. Security Council comprises of how many members?
(a) 20
(b) 25
(c) 18
(d) 15 (Correct)

251. International day for heart is observed on.
(a) 30th September (Correct)
(b) 25th November
(c) 28th November
(d) None of these

252. Which is the deepest lake in the world?
(a) Titicaca
(b) Victoria
(c) Baikal (Correct)
(d) Superior

253. Which of the following straits separate Asia from Africa?
(a) Bering Strait
(b) Bab-ul-Mandab (Correct)
(c) Bosphorous Strait
(d) Northumberland Strait

254. In which year New Zealand government granted unqualified right of vote to women?
(a) 1793
(b) 1893 (Correct)
(c) 1785
(d) 1899

255. Who was the founder of Republican Party of USA?
(a) George Washington
(b) Thomas Jefferson
(c) Franklin Roosevelt
(d) Alexander Hamilton (Correct)

256. Who was the founder of Democratic Party of USA?
(a) Franklin Roosevelt
(b) Thomas Jefferson (Correct)
(c) Kennedy
(d) George Washington

257. Which among the following trees is considered the tallest in the world?
(a) Cedar
(b) Redwood (Correct)
(c) Eucalyptus
(d) Date palm

258. Which of the following countries has the largest area in the wrold?
(a) Canada
(b) China
(c) USA
(d) Russia (Correct)

259. Fear of heights is called
(a) Altophobia
(b) Agoraphobia
(c) Acrophobia
(d) Both a&c (Correct)

260. Agoraphobia is a fear of a
(a) Wealth
(b) Open places (Correct)
(c) Water
(d) None of these

261. Ariana airline is an airline of
(a) Afghanistan (Correct)
(b) America
(c) Iran
(d) France

262. The Khilji Dynasty was founded in India in
(a) 1245
(b) 1278
(c) 1290 (Correct)
(d) 1298

263. Pablo Picasso was a
(a) Spanish painter (Correct)
(b) American scientist
(c) British jurist
(d) German sportsman

264. Which continent has no desert?
(a) Europe (Correct)
(b) Asia
(c) Australia
(d) North America

265. According to Cabinet Mission plan in which group Punjab and Sindh, were included?
(a) First
(b) Third
(c) Second (Correct)
(d) Fourth

266. Which of the following straits separate Florida from Cuba?
(a) Cuba Strait
(b) Florida Strait (Correct)
(c) Mexico Strait
(d) Berland Strait

267. How many members were there in the Constituent Assembly when it was set up?
(a) 59
(b) 69 (Correct)
(c) 79
(d) 80

268. How many members were later added to the Constituent Assembly?
(a) 5
(b) 7
(c) 9
(d) 10 (Correct)

269. On what date did the Quaid-e-Azam Address the Constituent Assembly for the first time?
(a) 10 August 1947
(b) 11 August 1947 (Correct)
(c) 20 August 1947
(d) 25 August 1947

270. Penicillin was discovered by
(a) Alfred Nobel
(b) Alexander Fleming (Correct)
(c) Louis Pasteur
(d) S. A. Waksman

271. The pharaohs of Alexandria is located in
(a) Germany
(b) Italy
(c) France
(d) Egypt (Correct)

272. The third battle of Panipat was fought between Ahmad Shah Abdali and Mahrattas in
(a) 1801 AD
(b) 1750 AD
(c) 1761 AD (Correct)
(d) 1758 AD

273. Which of the following wars is the shortest war ever fought, ended in just six days.
(a) Gulf War
(b) Israel-Arab War (Correct)
(c) Desert-War
(d) Boer War

274. Name the Mughal king who died in 1707?
(a) Jahangir
(b) Aurangzeb (Correct)
(c) Shah Jahan
(d) Akbar

275. Who made the fastest century in one day in just 37 balls?
(a) Brian Lara
(b) Shahid Afridi (Correct)
(c) Tendulkar
(d) Gilchrist

276. Which city is also known as ‘Emerald Island’?
(a) Ireland (Correct)
(b) Scotland
(c) Finland
(d) Greenland

277. ‘Empire City’ is the nickname of:
(a) Rome
(b) London
(c) Madrid
(d) New York (Correct)

278. Congress is the parliament of
(a) Peru
(b) USA
(c) Philippines
(d) All of above (Correct)

279. “Kitab Ash Shifa” was written by
(a) Coll, Steve
(b) Ibn Sena (Correct)
(c) Ahmad Mushtaq
(d) None of them

280. “Keemya-e-Saadat” is authored by
(a) Imam Muslim
(b) Imam Ghazali (Correct)
(c) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
(d) Al Farabi

281. ‘Latakia’ is the seaport of
(a) Syria (Correct)
(b) Libya
(c) Jordan
(d) Egypt

282. World Postal Day is observed on
(a) 9th October (Correct)
(b) 18th September
(c) 25th December
(d) 1st June

283. Heavy Mechanical Complex, Taxila was set up with the aid of
(a) China (Correct)
(b) Japan
(c) USA
(d) U.K.

284. Who is the author of “India Wins Freedom”?
(a) I.H.Qureshi
(b) Munshi Lala gee
(c) Fazal Muqeem
(d) Maulana Abu-Kalam Azad (Correct)

285. The Sultan of Delhi who is reputed to have built the biggest network of canals in India was:
(a) Iltutmish
(b) Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
(c) Firoz Shah Tughlaq (Correct)
(d) None of these

286. Which is the largest Sea in the world?
(a) South China Sea (Correct)
(b) Mediterranean Sea
(c) Black Sea
(d) Red Sea

287. Bodpola is the highest Mountain Pass of the world which is situated in
(a) Pakistan
(b) India
(c) Nepal
(d) Tibet (Correct)

288. Which of the following Sea is located in Central Asia?
(a) Red Sea
(b) China Sea
(c) Japan Sea
(d) Aral Sea (Correct)

289. Pakistan mainly import edible oil from
(a) Brazil
(b) Malaysia (Correct)
(c) Indonesia
(d) India

290. Which of the following oil refinery has the largest operating capacity in Pakistan?
(a) Attock Oil Refinery
(b) Pak-Arab Oil Refinery (Correct)
(c) National Oil Refinery
(d) None of the above

291. The Secretary-General of UNO who died in an air-crash was
(a) Trygve Lie
(b) Dag Hammarskjold (Correct)
(c) U. Thant
(d) None of these

292. Where was Albert Einstein born?
(a) UK
(b) USA
(c) Germany (Correct)
(d) Albania

293. Sabena is the name of airline of
(a) America
(b) UK
(c) Belgium (Correct)
(d) None of these

294. “NIKKEI” is a stock exchange index of
(a) New York
(b) Tokyo (Correct)
(c) Hong Kong
(d) London

295. The Declaration of Independence of the American Colonies was adopted by the Constitutional Congress on July 4, 1776 at:
(a) Washington
(b) New York
(c) Chicago
(d) Philadelphia (Correct)

296. Pakistan National Movement was established by Ch. Rehmat Ali in
(a) 1935
(b) 1937
(c) 1938
(d) 1933 (Correct)

297. Who was the first President of the Constituent Assembly?
(a) Khawaja Nazim-ud-Din
(d) Liaquat Ali Khan
(c) Quaid-e-Azam (Correct)
(d) Abdul Rab Nishter

298. Name the first woman speaker of US Congress is
(a) Nancy Palosy (Correct)
(b) Condaliza Rice
(c) Nancy Pawell
(d) Hillery Clinton

299. Which is the largest state of USA?
(a) New York
(b) California
(c) Texas
(d) Alaska (Correct)

300. Who is the first woman speaker of National Assembly of Pakistan?
(a) Sobia Ramzan
(b) Fahmeda Mirza (Correct)
(c) Sherry Rehman
(d) Iffat Ashiq

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