GK ONE LINERS -5

GK ONE LINERS-5

GK ONE LINERS-5

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GK ONE LINERS-5
GK ONE LINERS-5
The term ‘Castle’ is associated with which sports?Chess
Capital of Finland is?Helsinki.
The boundary ‘Durand Line’ is between Pakistan and?Afghanisthan.
Which Indian freedom fighter was popularly called ‘Mahamana’ ?Madan Mohan Malaviya.
‘Anandmath’ was written by which Bengali writer?Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
What is the name of first indigenously developed Super Computer of India?Param
Who is the first indian Tenis player to win boy’s Australian Open Junior Title?Yuki Bhambri.
In terms of area, which is the smallest state in India?Goa.
Who founded Forward Block political party?Subhash Chand Bose.
Which architect designed the city of Chandigarh ?Le Corbusier.
The boundary line demarcating India and Pakistan is known as?Radcliffe Line.
Which mughal emperor built ‘Jama Masjid’?Shahjahan.
The ultimate source of energy in an ecosystem is?Sun.
Who was the first indian woman to scale the Mount Everest?Bachendri Pal.
What is the difference in time between Indian Standard Time (IST) and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)?05:30 hours.
What is the longest English word that doesn’t repeat a letter?Uncopyrightables.
Which dynasty built Khajuraho temples?Chandelas
Which vitamin is also known as Ascorbic acid?Vitamin-C
Which imaginary line, located at zero degrees latitude, divides the earth into Northern and Southern hemispheres?Equator.
Who was the president of Indian National Congress at the time of independence?J.B.Kriplani.
The largest country (in area) in Africa is?Algeria
What is the capital of union territory Lakshadweep?Kavaratti.
who was the first Indian to receive Raman Magsaysay Award?Vinoba Bhave in 1958.
Who coined the name ‘Pakistan’?Chaudhary Rahmat Ali.
Who is the first woman IPS officer of India?Kiran Bedi.
World No Tobacco Day is observed on?31st May.
National anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’ was first sung on?27th December, 1911 at the Calcutta session of the Indian National Congress.
The scientific name of Vinegar is?Acetic acid.
Who is the ex-officio chairman of Rajya Sabha?Vice-President.
Which Fundametal Right was described by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar as the heart and soul of the Constitution?Right to Constitutional Remedies.
The yellow colour of cow’s milk is due to the presence of?Carotene.
Which is the largest brackish water lake in India?Chilka Lake.
Which scientist is known as the Father of the Green Revolution in India?M.S.Swaminathan.
An instrument to measure the velocity and find the direction of the wind?Anemometer.
Scientific study of fossils is called?Palaeontology.
Who wrote the book ‘A Million Mutinies Now’?V. S. Naupal.
Which Viceroy of India effected the Partition of Bengal in 1905?Lord Curzon
Marasmus disease is caused due to the deficiency of?Protein.
The only session of Indian National Congress (INC) presided over by Mahatma Gandhi was at?Belgaum in the year 1924.
Which country plays Ashes test match series against each other?England and Australia.
Which Ramon Magsaysay award winner founded the ‘Asha for Education’, a secular organisation dedicated to bring socio-economic change in India by focusing on basic education?Sandeep Pandey.
Who authored ancient Sanskrit plays ‘Mahavircharita’ and ‘Uttar Ramcharita’?Bhavabhuti.
Which country is known as ‘Land of rising sun’?Japan.
What is the popular name of Magnesium Sulphate, a white crystalline salt used in medicine and in leather processing?Epsom salt.
Where is the headquarter of Interpol?Lyon.
Name the International human rights organization with headquarters in London which won Nobel Prize for Peace in 1977?Amnesty International
The Ilbert Bill, by which Indian judges were allowed to try the European offenders in criminal cases, was introduced by which Governor-General of India in 1883?Lord Rippon.
Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen by weight in the ratio?1:8.
Who discovered Blood Group?Karl Landsteiner (USA).
Which Indian state was originally known as the North East Frontier Agency (NEFA)?Arunachal Pradesh.
Which strait connects the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean?Strait of Magellan.
What is the capital of Chile?Santiago.
In the Earth’s crust, which chemical element has the largest share of 47 percent in terms of weight?Oxygen.
Which among the following chemical is used in photography?Silver bromide.
Milk is an example of emulsion, True or False?True.

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