GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 20-20 (06.02.2024)

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 20-20 (06.02.2024)

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Q.1 The Olympic Flame symbolises:-

(A) unity among various nations of the world

(B) continuity between the ancient and modern games

(C) speed, perfection and strength

(D) sports as a means for securing harmony among nations

Ans:- (B)

Q.2 The prize winning title of Arundhati Roy for Booker’s Prize in 1997 was:

(A) Disgrace

(B) Last Orders

(C) Amsterdam

(D) The God of Small Things

Ans:- (D)

Q.3 Study of the Universe is known as?

(A) Sociology

(B) Petology

(C) Cosmology

(D) Universology

Ans:- (C)

Q.4 The number of already named bones in the human skeleton is:-

(A) 218

(B) 212

(C) 206

(D) 200

Ans:- (C)

Q.5 Which Planet is dwarf planet:

(A) Uranus

(B) Mercury

(C) Mars

(D) Pluto

Ans:- (D)

Q.6 The Olympic Flame, was, for the first time, ceremonially lighted and burnt in a giant torch at the entrance of the stadium at:-

(A) Amsterdam Games (1928)

(B) London Games (1908)

(C) Paris Games (1924)

(D) Athens Games (1896)

Ans:- (A)

Q.7 Which of the following Act is connected with “Courts can interpret the rules and regulations”?

(A) Regulating Act of 1773

(B) Pitts India Act of 1784

(C) Charter Act of 1893

(D) Charter Act of 1793

Ans:- (D)

Q.8 How many presidents of India so far were elected unopposed?

(A) One

(B) Three

(C) Two

(D) Four

Ans:- (C)

Q.9 When is the World’s Diabetes Day?

(A) 1st July

(B) 14th November

(C) 15th October

(D)  11th December

Ans:- (B)

Q.10 Areas of which of the following current states did not come under control of Vijayanagar emperor Krishnadeva Raya?

(A) Maharashtra

(B) Kerala

(C) Tamil Nadu

(D) Odisha

Ans:- (A)

Q.11 When is the ‘International Workers Day?

(A) 1st August

(B) 15th April

(C) 12th December

(D) 1st May

Ans:- (D)

Q.12 Which of the following states is sole producer of agate, chalk, and perlite in India?

(A) Karnataka

(B) Gujarat

(C) Tamil Nadu

(D) Rajasthan

Ans:- (B)

Q.13 When did Hitler became President of Germany?

(A) 1934

(B) 1935

(C) 1936

(D) 1937

Ans:- (A)

Q.14 The constitutional position of President of India is most closely similar to _________.

(A) British Monarch

(B) US President

(C) Russian President

(D) British Prime Minister

Ans:- (A)

Q.15 What is the capital of Jharkhand?

(A) Ranchi

(B) Raipur

(C) Dehradun

(D) None of the above

Ans:- (A)

Q.16 Which of the following states is India’s largest Bauxite producer?

(A) Karnataka

(B) Jharkhand

(C) Odisha

(D) Rajasthan

Ans:- (C)

Q.17 How many articles are in Constitution of India now?

(A) 443

(B) 448

(C) 441

(D) 440

Ans:- (B)

Q.18 Tabo Monastery is located in which of the following states?

(A) Arunachal Pradesh

(B) Jammu & Kashmir

(C) Sikkim

(D) Himachal Pradesh

Ans:- (D)

Q.19 What is the duration of football match?

(A) Two 45 minute period with a reset at half time

(B) Two 15 minute period with a reset at half time

(C) Two 25 minute period with a reset at half time

(D) Two 35 minute period with a reset at half time

Ans:- (A)

Q.20 Under the constitution of India who are the ultimate Sovereign?

(A) All elected leaders of India

(B) Indian People

(C) President of India

(D) Prime Minister of India

Ans:- (B)

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