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Ques:- The vesting of “residuary’ power in the central government by the Constitution of India indicates
Ans:- Unitary character of Indian polity
Ques:- For how many years did Gandhiji live in South Africa ?
Ans:- 21 years
Ques:- Which acid substance is found in Vinegar ?
Ans:- Acetic acid
Ques:- Which part of animal cell is used powerhouse ?
Ques:- In which one of the following States, Jaitapur power plant is proposed to be set up ?
Ques:- Which is the largest tribal state of India ?
Ans:- Madhya Pradesh
Ques:- Mammal capable of flying is
Ques:- Last viceroy of India was
Ans:- Lord Mountbatten
Ques:- Admiral Gorshkov is a
Ans:- Naval air –craft carrier ship
Ques:- Who among the following held the office of speaker in central Legislative assembly of British era and the Parliament of free India ?
Ques:- When did the soviet Union disintegrate into 15 independent Republics ?
Ques:- Which one of the following is the first National park of India ?
Ans:- Corbett National Park
Ques:- The ability of the eye to see in the dark is due to the production of a ourple pigment known as
Ques:- Saddle peak is the highest peak of
Ques:- The Jain text which contains the biographies of the tirthankaras is known as
Ques:- Alexander remained in India for
Ans:- 19 months
Ques:- The last king of Mauryan empire was
Ques:- Who founded the independent Bahamani kingdom in South India in 1347 A.D. ?
Ans:- Abu Muzaffar Alauddin Bahmanshah
Ques:- Guru Govind Singh was killed in 1708 A.D. at
Ans:- Nanded, Maharashtra
Ques:- The French East India company was formed in
Ans:- 1664 A.D.
Ques:- The battle of Wandiwash was fought between
Ans:- English and the French
Ques:- The treaty of Shrirangpattam-signed between Tipu Sultan and Lord Cornwallis , took place in
Ans;- 1794 A.D.
Ques:- Which one of the following acts abolished the trading rights of the East India company in India ?
Ans:- Charter Act of 1813
Ques:- Lucknow Pact of 1916 was concluded between
Ans:- Congress and the Muslim League
Ques:- Who among the following participated in all the three round table conferences ?
Ques:- Which of the following article of Indian constituation declares it is a primary duty of the state to raise the level of nutrition and the standard of living of its people and the “Improvement of the public health” ?
Ans:- Article 47
Ques:- Who among the following female revolutionary fired at English Governor (Chancellor) while receiving her Degree at the convocation ?
Ans:- Bina Das
Ques:- Who among the following has pleaded on the side of the Indian National Army officers in their Redfort trial /
Ans:- Sir T.B. Sapru
Ques:- The president of the surat session (1907) of Indian National Congress was
Ans:- R.B. Ghose
Ques:- Which one of the following dates was fixed up by the Muslim league as’Direct Action Day ?
Ans:- August 16, 1946
Ques:- In which of the following sessions of the Indian National Congress nsubhash Chandra Bose had defeated Pattabhi Sitaramayya in the election of the congress President ?
Ans:- Tripuri Session, 1939
Ques:- The Slogan ‘Long Live Revolution’ is associated with –
Ans:- Bhagat Singh
Ques:- Who among the following sultans of Delhi established an ‘Employment Exchange’ to help the unemployed ?
Ans:- Firoz Shah Tughlaq
Ques:- Whose name is associated with green revolution in India ?
Ques:- The President of India is elected by an electoral college comprising of ;
Ques:- The President of India is elected by an electoral collage comprising of :
Ans:- Elected members of both houses of the parliament 7 members of the Legiskative assemblies of all the states.
Ques:- Which part of the India constitution contains provision for the separation of judiciary and executive ?
Ans:- Directive Principals
Ques:- What happens when the ice floating ina glass of water gets melt ?
Ans:- Remains Constant
Ques:- Which branch of knowledge is known as Demography ?
Ans:- Study of population
Ques:- What is Agrostology ?
Ans:- Study of grass
Ques:- Who among the following ladies was first unfural the Indian Tricolour ?
Ans:- Bhikaji Cama
Ques;- Which is a female hormone out of the following ?
Ques:- The sugar present in the milk is known as
Ques:- After how many years Halley’s Comet is seen in the sky ?
Ans:- Every 76 years
Ques:- Which of the following countries are referred as third World ?
Ans:- Developing countries
Ques:- Who discovered the Polio Vaccine ?
Ans:- Jonas Salk
Ques:- The only Indian State where Tungsten is mined :
Ques:- Who happens to be the ex-officio secretary of National Development council ?
Ans:- Secretary, Planning Commission
Ques:- Which of the following rights cannot be suspended during emergency according to the Indian Constitution ?
Ans:- Right to life
Ques:- Which agitation earned the epithet of ‘Sarder’ for Vallabh Bhai Patel from Mahatma Gandhi ?
Ques:- When was SAARC established ?
Ans:- On December 8, 1985
Ques:- Who among the following took the burning of the foreign clothes as the ‘insensate waste’ during the Non-cooperation Movement ?
Ans:- Rabindranath Tagore
Ques:- Histology is the study of :
Ques:- Public Interest Litigation (PIL0 was initiated in 1983 with the pioneering efforts of :
Ans:- Justice P.N.Bhagwati
Ques:- In electric supply lines in India, which parameter is kept constant ?
Ques:- The tenure of the Congress Ministries formed in the election of 1937 after the Government of India Act of 1935 was
Ans:- 28 months
Ques:- Under which article of the Indian constitution can the Parliament legislate on any subject in the State list /
Ans:- Article 249
Ques:- Louis Fischer the biographer of the mahatma Gandhi, was associated with the movement of –
Ans:- Non- Cooperation
Ques:- Fundamental right to education has been brought through
Ans:- 86th constitution (Amendment) Act, 2002
Ques:- Jawahar Lal Nehru National Solar Mission or Solar India has been launched to create an installed capacit of 2000 MW by the end of
Ans:- 13th Plan
Ques:- When and where Panchayati Raj system in India was introduced ?
Ans:- October 2nd, 1959, Nagor (Rajasthan)
Ques:- Who had built the “Wild Flower Hall” od Shimla ?
Ans:- Lord Kitchner
Ques:- Albert Einstein was proficient in playing which musical instrument ?
Ques:- Which U.N.Secretary General served for the longest period ?
Ques:- The first Lok Pal Bill was introduced in the Parliament in ?
Ans:- May 1968
Ques:- D.Oliveira Trophy is associated with ?
Ques:- Palklands islands has been a disputed territory between
Ans:- Britain & Aegentina
Ques:- Name the Indian state which has the maximum percentage of educated unemployed persons ?
Ques:- Which of the following was capital of Raja Ranjeet Singh of Punjab ?
Ques:- Which one among the following was the objective of starting the Nirmal Gram Puraskar incentive scheme ?
Ans:- Encourage Panchayati Raj institutions to take sanitation promotion for attainng 100% open defecation-free environment
Ques:- On which date World Enviroment Day is observed ?
Ans:- 5 June
Ques:- Which article of Indian enumerates fundamental duties of Indian citizens ?
Ans:- Article 51-A
Ques:- If a ship moves from freshwater into seawater, it will
Ans:- Rise a little higher
Ques:- White blood cells act
Ans:- As a defence against infection
Ques:- In which of the following parts of Indian are the largest reserves of mineral resources /
Ans:- South East
Ques:- Which one of the following has the largest harbour in the world ?
Ans:- Rottardam (The Netherlands)
Ques:-Nagarjuna Sagar Dam on Krishna River is located in
Ans:- Andhra Pradesh
Ques:- The Yellow Stone National Park (First National Park in the World) is located in
Ques:- The constitution of India provides for an Election Commission under Article
Ques:- Establishment on the Panchayati Raj system was recommended by
Ans:- Balwant Rai Mehta Committee Report 1957
Ques:- The Joint parliamentary committee headed by Murali Manohar Joshi set up for probing the 2G spectrum issue, consists of –
Ans:- 20 members from Lok Sabha and 10 from Rajya Sabha
Ques:- How many ways in which a batsman can get out in cricket ?
Ques:- Which is the biggest enterprise of the Government of India ?
Ques:- The article related to Budget (annual) financial statement is –
Ans:- Article 112
Ques:- Who among the following squash players won the World Squash open championship six times ?
Ans:- Jahangir Khan, Janasher Khan
Ques:- Commonwealth games started in
Ques:- The distance between the goal posts in the hockey field is
Ans:- 3.66 meters
Ques:- The six balls over in cricket was started in the year
Ques:- Who among the following do not take part in the election of the President of India ?
Ans:- Elected members of Legislative Councils
Ques:- Which country recently lifted emergency imposed 28 years ago ?
Ans:- Sri Lanka
Ques:- Strait of Dover connects
Ans:- English Channel and the North sea
Ques:- The original jurisdiction of the supreme court of India extends to
Ans:- Disputes between the Government of India and one more states
Ques:- Which one of the following places has the lowest annual rainfall ?
Ques:- The ambitious scheme launched in June 2011 by the Government of India to provide free health care facilities to pregnant women and infants has been named as –
Ans:- Janani-Shishu Suraksha Karyakram
Ques:- Which one among the following statements regarding the constitutionally guaranteed right to education in India is correct ?
Ans:- This right has been given to all Indian children between the ages of 6 to 14 years under the 86th constitutional amendment act.
Ques:- Which one among the following elements/ions is essential in small quantities for development of healthy teeth but causes motting of the teeth if consumed in higher quantities ?
Ques:- Contact lenses are made from
Ans:- Polyvinyl chloride
Ques:- The blackboard seems black because it
Ans:- does not reflect any colour
Ques:- The tenure of every Panchayat shall be for five years from the date of
Ans:- Declaration of the election results
Ques:- Which one among the following is a strong smelling agent added to LPG cylinder to help in the detection of gas leakage ?
Ques:- Eco-mark is given to an Indian product which is
Ques:- Dog bite can cause rabies.Which among the following other animals can also cause rabies ?
Ques:- The Mughal Ruler of medieval India were in fact
Ans;- Chagtai Turks
Ques:- Which of the religion was patronized by the Rashtrkutas ?
Ques:- Who is known as Shaka-conqueror’ ?
Ques:- MNREGA scheme has been launched as a part of implementing which one of the following articles of the Indian constitution ?
Ans:- Article 43
Ques:- Which one of the following acts provided for a federal polity in India ?
Ans:- Government of India Act 1935
Ques:- Bonded Labour was abolished in India, by an act of Parliament enacted in the year
Ques:- Bio –gas mainly consists of –
Ans:- Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen
Ques:- Photosynthesis using the invisible part of the sunlight is done by some –
Ques:- Acid rain is caused due to air pollution by –
Ans:- Nitrous oxide and sulphure dioxide
Ques:- As the train stats moving, the head of the passenger sitting inside leans backwards because
Ans:- Inertia of rest
Ques:- Which type of electromagnetic radiation is used in the remote control of a television receiver ?
Ans:- Infra – red
Ques:- The Antaractic study centre of India is located at –
Ques:- The ‘Green House’ effect is mostly caused by –
Ans:- Carbon dioxide in thr atmosphere
Ques:- The orderly sequence of change in the vegetation of an area over time is described as
Ques:- In South Asia, the country with largest percentage of aged population is
Ans;- Sri Lanka
Ques:- The correct sequence of energy sources in order of their share in power sector in India is –
Ans:- Thermal > Hydro > Nuclear > Wind
Ques:- The largest producer of wine in the world is
Ques:- ‘Foehn’ is a local wind of
Ques:- The highest percentage of the worlds forest cover is associated with
Ans:- Temperate Coniferous forests
Ques;- Among the iron-producing countries of Europe, France stands
Ques:- Which state of India has the largest scheduled castes population ?
Ans:- Uttar Pradesh
Ques:- The two leading producers of coal in India are
Ans:- Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh
Ques:- The percentage of forest cover with reference to the total geographical area is highest in
Ques:- Which one of the following is the youngest mountain chain ?
Ques:- The World’s number two economy is
Ques:- The Governor is responsible to the
Ques:- Shivaji’s war strategy used against the Mughals was
Ans:- Guerilla warfare
Ques:- Amitabh Bachchan has won three times the best Actor National Award. Which of the films is not the one when he was not given the National Award for best Actor ?
Ques:- Sound travels with a different speed in different media.In what order does the velocity of sound increase in these media ?
Ans:- Air, water and iron
Ques:- Casimir Funk discovered
Ques:-The thirty-Sixth amendment of Indian constitution, 1975 conferred statehood on
Ques:- Who among the following has a right to speak and otherwise take part in the proceeding of either House of Parliament and to be a member of any Parliament committee but is not entitled to vote ?
Ans:- The Attorney General
Ques:- A bee-sting leaves an acid which causes pain and irritation.The injected acid is
Ans:- Methanoic acid (Formic Acid)
Ques:- The Parliament has power to legislate with respect to a matter in the State list provided it is in the
Ans:- National interest
Ques:- Who introduced Permanent settlement in 1793 A.D.?
Ans:- Lord Cornwallis
Ques:- Where was the first World classical Tamil Conference held ?
Ques:- Laura chin chilla is the First Woman president of
Ans:- Costa Rica
Ques:- Who was the first Indian selected as a member of British Parliament ?
Ans:- Dada Bhai Naoroji
Ques:- World’s biggest solar power station opened in
Ques:- Who was the president of Indian National Congress at the time Independence ?
Ans:- Sardar Patel
Ques:- Who was founder of the All India trade union congress the oldest trade union federation in India founded in 1920 ?
Ans:- Lala Lajpat Rai
Ques:- The first Muslim elected as the President of Indian National Congress was
Ans:- Badruddin Tayabji
Ques:- The words ‘socialist’ and ‘secular’ were inserted in the preamble of the Indian Constitution in 1976 by the
Ans:- 42th Amendment
Ques:- Which of the following committees is concerned with the regularity of the expenditure of the Government ?
Ans:- Public Accounts Committee
Ques:- Who is called ‘the Morningstar’ of Indian Renaissance ?
Ans:- Raja Rammohan Roy
Ques:- When did Munda Revolt take place ?
Ans:- 1899 -1900 A.D.
Ques:- Which Governor-General of India was associated in the Andaman ?
Ans:- Lord Mayo
Ques:- During which five year plan was Green Revolution initiated in India ?
Ques:- Article 24 of the Indian constitution prohibits employment of children in any factory below the age of
Ans:- 14 years
Ques:- Vulcanisation is the process of heating rubber with 3-5% of
Ques:- Duncan passage lies between
Ans:- South Andaman and little Andaman
Ques:- Which Iron and steel plant is called ‘Ruhr of India ?
Ques:- Who said, “If Congress wishes to accept partition , it would be over my dead body” ?
Ques:- In India when population of an urban settlement crosses 1,00,000 it is called
Ques:- Brass is an alloy of
Ans:- Copper and Zinc
Ques:- What will be the angle between the two hands of a clock at 9:30 hrs. ?
Ans:- 105 degree
Ques:- Which is the most industrially advanced state in India ?
Ques:- India’s permanent research station ‘Dakshin Gongotri’s is located at
Ques:- Which sultan of Delhi brought one Asokan Pillar to Delhi ?
Ans:- Firuz Shah Tughlaq
Ques:- Spectacles used for viewing 3 D films have
Ques:- The odest ship of navy which has recently been decommissioned is
Ans:- INS Sharabh
Ques:- The longest sea bridge of the World-Qingdao Haiwan bridge (26.4 miles) is located in
Ques:- Portfolio system in India was recognized for the first by
Ans:- Indain Council Act of 1861
Ques:- The Union Cabinet has given its formal approval for increasing the amount under MPLAD (Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme) from Rs. 2 crore to-
Ans:- Custom Duty
Ques:- The second backward classes commission under the chairmanship of B.P. Mandal was set up by the Union Government in
Ans:- 1979 A.D.
Ques:- The most ancient musical instrument among the following is
Ques:- Which one of the following states has granted Sanskrit language the status of the second official language of the state ?
Ques:- Missile ‘Astra’ is a
Ans:- Air to air missile
Ques:- The state known as ‘Garden of Spices’ is
Ques:- The Sun city is located in
Ans:- South Africa
Ques:- As per the provisional figures of 2011 Census the second most populous State of India is
Ques:- Which one of the following rulers established embassies in foreign countries on modern lines ?
Ans:- Tipu Sultan
Ques:- With which Mughal General did Shivaji sign the famous ‘Treaty of Purandhar’ in 1665 A.D.?
Ans:- Jai Singh
Ques:- Who among the following leaders escaped from the prison and organized underground activities during the ‘Quit India Movement ?
Ans:- Jai Prakash Naryan
Ques:- World’s largest reserve of Copper is found in
Ques:- Lighting and thundering are the characterstic feature of
Ques:- The collision hypothesis of the origin of the earth is a modified form of
Ans:- Supernova hypothesis
Ques:- Which of the following cities of U.S.A. is a famous for automobile industry ?
Ques:- Which of the following volcanoes is called the ‘Light House of the Mediterranean’ ?
Ques:- The largest producer of sunflower in India is
Ques:- The largest producer of silk in India is
Ques:- In global warming the consequence of the contribution of Greenhouse Gases in decreasing order is
Ans:- Carbon dioxide, Methane, CFC, Nitrous oxide
Ques:- Which one of the following is the least urbanized country of the World ?
Ques:- Which of the following state of India does not have notified Scheduled Tribes ?
Ques:- Which of the following is the biggest shipping canal in the world ?
Ans:- Suez Canal
Ques:- The multidimensional poverty index of UNDP includes
Ans:- 10 indicators
Ques:- ‘Hariyali’ is the programme associated with
Ans:- A programme of support for watershed management
Ques:- The period of recommendations made by thirteenth finance commission is
Ans:- 2010 – 15
Ques:- Which of the following state is covered under the National Horticulture mission (NHM) ?
Ans:- Uttar Pradesh
Ques:- Under Article 356 of the constitution of India, President’s rule was imposed for the first time in
Ans:- Travancore-Cochin, Kerala
Ques:- Water is a good coolant and is used to cool the engines of cars, buses, trucks, etc.It is because water has a
Ans:- High specific heat
Ques:- Which of the following countries, Alaska belongs to ?
Ques;- In which of the following continents the Andes Mountain Range (Longest Mountain range in the world) is located ?
Ans:- South America
Ques:- The AIps mountain range is not a part of which of the following countries ?
Ques:- Which of the following rivers does not drain into Bey of Bangal ?
Ques:- Mexico country is located in
Ans;- North America Continent
Ques:- In which of the following countries of Asia, the birth rate is the lowest ?
Ans:- Sri Lanka
Ques:- The function of haemoglobin in body is
Ans:- Transport of oxygen
Ques:- What is measured in cusecs ?
Ans:- Flow of water
Ques:- Radioactive element has been found to large reserves in India is
Ques:- Azoila gives a good bio-fertizer when mixed with
Ans:- Blue green algae
Ques:- Ozone layer of atmosphere absorbs
Ans:- Ultraviolet rays
Ques:- Who among the following can be the chairman of the national human rights commission ?
Ans:- Only a retired chief justice of India
Ques:- Light energy is coverted into chemical energy by
Ques:- In intergrated circuit the chip of semiconductor used is made up of
Ques:- Which of the following disease is hereditary ?
Ques:- Which of the following proteins is found in milk ?
Ques:- The stethoscope used by a medical practitioner is based on the phenomenon of
Ans:- Multiple reflection of sound waves
Ques:- The newly discovered high temperature super conductors are
Ans:- Ceramic oxides
Ques:- Blood ngrouping was discovered by
Ques:- Jaundice affects the
Ques:- Pohang steel company (POSCO) is a company originally based in
Ans:- South Korea
Ques:- Institution of ‘Ombudsman’ originated from
Ques:- Who amongst the following is the author of the book “Half a life” ?
Ques:- Who presides over the National development council of India ?
Ans;- Prime Minister of India
Ques:- When kidneys fail to function, there is accumulation of
Ans:- Nitrogenous waste products in the blood
Ques:- Chemical composition of pearl is
Ans:- Calcium carbonate
Ques:- The famous kruger national park (largest zoo in the World) is in :
Ans:- South Africa
Ques:- Bhatnagar award is given for contribution in which of the following field ?
Ques:- Most of the explosions in mines occur due to the mixing of which of the following ?
Ans:- Methane with air
Ques:- From which country amendment procedure of Indian constitution has been adopted ?
Ans:- South Africa
Ques:- Which of the following country is the largest producer of atomic mineral in the World ?
Ques:- In the Interim Government (1946) who held the railways Portfolio ?
Ans:- Asaf Ali
Ques:- Balance of payments means
Ans:- Difference between exports & imports
Ques:- Which country in the World has the largest number of Post offices ?
Ques:- Who composed the Gayatri Mantra ?
Ques:- The fourth dimension in physics was introduced by
Ques:- Pyrometers are used to measure
Ques:- Which of the following is not a Rabi crop ?
Ans:- Lady’s finger
Ques:- Rocks formed inside the earth as a reult of solidification of lava are called
Ans:- Metamorphic rocks
Ques:- The molten material found inside the earth is called
Ques:- Marble is
Ans:- Re-crystallised limestone
Ques:- Which one of the following is not a example of Metamorphic rock ?
Ques:- Who was the top run getter in ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 ?
Ques:- The National Heritage Animal of India is
Ques:- Which was the capital of Andhra State when it was made a separate state in the year 1953 ?
Ques:- What is the Ph level of the blood of a normal person ?
Ans:- 7.35 – .45
Ques:- Starting with the Australian open Lawn Tennis Tournament, which one of the following is the correct chronological order of the other three major Lawn Tennis Tournament ?
Ans:- French open – Wimbledon –US open
Ques:- The release of which one of the following into ponds and wells helps in controlling the mosquitoes ?
Ans:- Gambusia fish
Ques:- Which schedule of the constitution of India contains special provisions for the administration and control of schedulled Areas in several states ?
Ques:- For which one of the following reforms was a commission setup under the chairmanship of Veerappa Moily by the Government of India ?
Ans:- Administrative Reforma
Ques:- In India, how many states share the coastline ?
Ques:- ‘Satyashodhak Samaj’ was founded by Jyoti Rao Phule in
Ans:- 1873 A.D.
Ques:- What is the name of the first successfully cloned Deer ?
Ques:- Pink revolution is related to
Ques:- In the context of the Indian defence, what is ‘Dhruv’ ?
Ans:- Advanced light helicopter
Ques:- National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) , a new space telescope is
Ques:- Where was the first session of the Indian National Cogress held in December 1885 ?
Ques:- How much is one barrel of approximately equal to ?
Ans:- 159 liters
Ques:- Which one of the following is also called stranger Gas ?
Ques:- Which one of the following pairs of metals constitutes the lightest metal and the heaviest metal respectively ?
Ans:- Lithium and osmium
Ques:- The buyers market is known where –
Ans:- Supply is more than the demand
Ques:- Who among the following rejected the title of knighthood and refused to accept a position its first factory in India ?
Ques:- What is agent orange ?
Ans:- A weed-killing chemical used by the US Military in the Vietnam War
Ques:- Under which one of the following constitution amendment acts, four languages were added to the languages under the Eighth schedule of the constitution of India, thereby raising their number to 22 ?
Ques:- Which was the following is the largest (areawise) Lok Sabha constituency ?
Ques:- Who of the following called Gandhiji Mahatma for the first time ?
Ans:- Rabindra Nath Tagore
Ques:- Who was the viceroy of India when the Rowlatt Act was passed in 1919 ?
Ans:- Lord Chelmsford
Ques:- Who among the following discovered heavy water ?
Ans:- H.C. Urey
Ques:- Which one amongest the following has the largest livestock population in the world ?
Ques:- In whicxh one of the following kinds of organisms is the phenomenon found wherein the female kills the male after copulation
Ques:- The largest part of India’s import (in value) comes from –
Ans:- United state of America
Ques:- The largest number of the Mantras in Rigveda belongd to –
Ques:- When was ‘Purna Swaraj’ day first celebrated ?
Ans:- January 26, 1930
Ques:- Rolland Garros is associated with :
Ques:-Through which one of the following straits, does a tunnel connect the United kingdom and France ?
Ans:- Strait of Dover
Ques:- The largest Coral reef in the world is found near the coast of which one of the following countries ?
Ques:- Who wrote the book – The story of the Integration of the Indian states ?
Ans:- V.P. Menon
Ques:- Which one of the following was the first fort constructed by the British in India ?
Ans:- Fort St. George
Ques:- Which one among the following is called Philosopher’s wool ?
Ans:- Zinc oxide
Ques:- Which one of the following does not contain silver ?
Ans:- German silver
Ques:- Which one of the following types of glass can cut off ultraviolet rays ?
Ques:-Where are the headquarters of the organisation of the Islamic conference (OIC) located ?
Ques:-Who among the following is considered as the inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989 ?
Ans:-Tim Berners –Lee
Ques:- Where are Shevaroy hills located ?
Ans:- Tamil Nadu
Ques:- The Archaeological Survey of India was established during the period of –
Ans:- Lord Curzon
Ques:- Where was the first conference of the Pugwash conference of
Ans:- Nova Scotia (Canada)