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Who is the Secretary-General of SAARC?
Answer: Fathimath Dhiyana Saeed(10th Secretary-General of SAARC)

Who is the Secretary-General of ASEAN?
Answer: Dr. Surin Pitsuwan (belongs to Thailand)

Who is the Secretary-General of Amnesty International?
Answer: Salil Shetty(8th Secretary General)

Who is the Chairman of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)?
Answer: Hosni Mubarak (of Egypt )

Who is the Secretary General of OPEC?
Answer: Abdullah Salem ul Badri (27th SG belongs to Libya)

Who is the Secretary-General of United Nations Organization?
Answer: Ban Ki-Moon

Who is the Chairman of UN General Assembly?
Answer: Dr. Ali Abdessalam Triki

Who is the Director-General of United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)?
Answer: Koïchiro Matsuura

Who is the Director-General of Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO)?
Answer: Jacques Diouf

Who is the Director-General of International Labour Organisation (ILO)?
Answer: Juan Somavia

Who is the Executive Director of United Nations Intenational Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)?
Answer: Anthony Lake

Who is the Director-General of World Health Organisation (WHO)?
Answer: Margaret Chan

Who is the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)?
Answer: Antonio Gutrres

Who is the Administrator of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)?
Answer: Helen Clerk

Who is the President of International Court of Justice (ICJ)?
Answer: Hishashi Owada (from Japan)

Who is the President of Asian Development Bank (ADB)?
Answer: Haruhiko Kuroda

Who is the President of International Olympic Committee (IOC)?
Answer: Jacques Rogge

Who is the Secretary-General of Commonwealth?
Answer: Kamlesh Sharma

Who is the Chairman of UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC)?
Answer: Martin I. Uhomoibhi

Who is the High Commissioner of UNHRC?
Answer: Navnetham Pillai

Who is the President of International Cricket Council (ICC)?
Answer: Sharad Pawar(incumbent)

Who is the Secretary-General of African Union (AU)?
Answer: Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

Who is the Secretary-General of UNCTAD?
Answer: Supachai Panitchpakdi (belongs to Thailand)

Who is the Chairman of Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and President of Palestinian National Authority?
Answer: Mahmoud Abbas

Who is the Director-General of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)?
Answer: Yukiya Amano

Who is the Secretary-General of NATO?
Answer: Anders Fogh Rasmussen

Who is the President of International Amateur Athletics Federation (IAAF)?
Answer: Lamine Diack

Who is the President of World Bank (WB)?
Answer: Robert Zoellick

Who is the Managing Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF)?
Answer: Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Who is the Director-General of World Trade Organization (WTO)?
Answer: Pascal Lamy

Who is the Secretary-General of INTERPOL?
Answer: Ronald Nobel
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Question: What is the name of dog that went into space first?
a-Rossi
b-Laika (In 1957, Laika became the first animal launched into
orbit, paving the way for human spaceflight.)
c-Tommi
d-Pinky

Question: Who was the first lady prime minister in the world?
a-Sirimavo Bandaranaike (Sirimavo Bandaranaike, three times Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, was the first woman in the world to hold the office of prime minister.)
b-D.S.Senanayeke
c-Mahinda Rajapakse
d-Chandrika Kumarathunge

Question: Who invented the first space rocket?
a- James Watt
b- Joseph Godard
c- Masco
d- Samy

Question: Who was the first prime minister of Bangladesh?
a- Abdul Kalam
b- Raju menjar
c- Kahram Rehkam
d- Mejibur Rehman

Question: Who invented The Internet?
a- Tim Berners-Lee
b- Bill Gates
c- Charles Babbage
d- Hewlett Packard

Question: Dr. A.P.J.Adbul Kalam originally is a
a- Doctor
b- Lawyer
c- Aeronautical Engineer
d- Scientist

Question: India is ___ largest country?
a- 8th
b- 7th
c- 6th
d- 5th

Question: How much percentage of water has covered the land
a- 89%
b- 23%
c- 94%
d- None of These

Question: Who conceptualized the carbon nano tube?
a- Sumio Tijima
b- Dr. Abbas Ali
c- Richard Smalley
d- Isac Newton

Question: India's first breeder neutron reactor was
a- Apasara
b- Dharuv
c- Tridev
d- Kamini

Question: What is the rhino's horn made of?
a- Iron
b- Skin
c- Gold
d- Hair

Question: Which is the only country that got independence in 15th August as India?
a- South America
b- South Africa
c- South Korea
d- North America

Question: Who invented the calendar?
a- Luwen Hock
b- Robert Hook
c- Fleming
d- Pope Gregory XIII

Question: Which is the largest flower in the world?
a- Lavender
b- Rafflesia
c- Quinine
d- Nightqueen

Question: Who was the Hostage taker of the hostage crisis in the Philippines last August 23, 2010
that killed 8 Hong-Kong Chinese nationals?
a- Senior Inspector Rolando Mendoza
b- Gregorio Mendoza
c- Joy Janiiola
d- Denmark Baliling

Question: Which is the largest planet?
a- Saturn
b- Jupiter
c- Uranus
d- Neptune

Question: Which city is famous for oranges?
1- Ratnagiri
2- Darjeeling
3- Nagpur
4- Lucknow

Question: How may squares are there in a Chess Board?
1- 36
2- 48
3- 64
4- 72

Question: IC chips used in computers are usually made of
1- Lead
2- Silicon
3- Chromium
4- Gold

Question: The "stones" formed in human kidney consist mostly of
1- Calcium oxalate
2- Magnesium sulphate
3- Sodium chloride
4- Sodium phosphate

Question: "City of Golden Gates" is
1- Hawan
2- San Francisco
3- London
4- Paris

Question: The study which deals with secret writing is known as
1- Cryptography
2- Secretology
3- Cytography
4- Cryptology

Question: The term Grand Slam is associated with
1- Billiards
2- Chess
3- Cricket
4- Bridge & Tennis

Question: The oceans cover -------- of the surface of the earth
1- 71%
2- 60%
3- 81%
4- 90%

Question: "James Bond" is a character created by
1-Ian Fleming
2-Perry Masion
3-Agatha Christie
4-Wode House

Question: Acupuncture is widely practised in
1-India
2-America
3-China
4-Germany

Question: The term 16 yards hit is associated with
1-Polo
2-Hockey
3-Baseball
4-Badminton

Question: Lines on a map, where pressures are equal, are called
1-Longitudes
2-Latitudes
3-Isobars
4-Isotopes

Question: Which of the following cities of India is called the "Silicon Valley of India"?
1-Hyderabad
2-Bangalore
3-Mumbai
4-Chennai

Question: The role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis is
1-Absorption of water
2-Absorption of light
3-Absorption of Co2
4-None of these

Question: Herbicides are chemicals which control
1-Fungi
2-Weeds
3-Nematodes
4-Insects

Question: Which one of the following ensures personal freedom?
1-Mandamus
2-Habeas Corpus
3-Quo Warranto
4-None of These

Question: The first Europeans to start trade relations with India were the
1-Portuguese
2-British
3-French
4-Dutch

Question: Process of breeding fish in ponds and artificial reservoirs is known as
1-Aquaculture
2-Fishing
3-Apiculture
4-Pisciculture

Question: Why does diamond shine at night?
1-Diamonds are radioactive so there are radiations
2-On account of high refractive index, the rays of light get internally reflected
3-Diamonds shine because they have some amount of radium
4-Diamond shines because it has tetrahedral molecular structure

Question: The International Court of Justice has
1-10 judges
2-15 judges
3-20 judges
4-25 judges

Question: The Paralympic Games 2008 were held in
1-Tokyo
2-Madrid
3-Stockholm
4-Beijing

Question: What is meat by myopia?
1-Long-sightedness
2-Short-sightedness
3-Colour blindness
4-Night blindness

Question: Communal electorate in India was introduced through which of the following acts?
1-1909
2-1919
3-1935
4-None of these

Question: Rowlatt Act was passed in the year
1-1917
2-1919
3-1921
4-1923

Question: 4th July, 1776 is important in world history because
1-Battle of Plassey started
2-Sea route to India was discovered
3-English King Charles II was executed
4-American congress adopted the Declaration of Independence

Question: The sea route to India was discovered by the
1-Dutch
2-English
3-Portuguese
4-French

Question: Sir Charles Wood's Despatch of 1854 dealt with
1-Administrative reforms
2-Social reforms
3-Economic reforms
4-Educational reforms

Question: Which was the first among the following?
1-Doctrine of Lapse
2-Subsidiary Alliance
3-Permanent Settlement
4-Double Government

Question: Babur entered India for the first time from the west through
1-Kashmir
2-Sind
3-Punjab
4-Rajasthan

Question: Which of the following battles changed the destiny of a Mughal ruler of India?
1-Haldighati
2-Panipat II
3-Khanua
4-Chusa

Question: The main contribution of the Chola dynasty in the field of administration lies in
1-Systematic provincial administration
2-A well planned revenue system
3-A well organised central government
4-An organised local self government

Question: Of the total water on the earth, fresh water reserves constitute approximately
1- 4.5%
2- 2.7%
3- 1.2%
4- 5.8%

Question: The magnetic effect of electric current was first observed by
1-Henry
2-Oersted
3-Faraday
4-Volta
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Question: The percentage of glucose present in the normal urine is
1- 0.1%
2- 2%
3- 9.5%
4- 0%

Question: Jahangiri Mahal is located in
1-Delhi
2-Fatehpur Sikri
3-Agra Fort
4-Sikandara

Question: Both Mahavira and Buddha preached during the reign of
1-Ajatashatru
2-Bimbisara
3-Nandivardhan
4-Uday

Question: The main external threat to the Sultanate of Delhi was posed by the
1-Mughals
2-Afghans
3-Iranians
4-None of these

Question: Who founded the Hindu Shahi dynasty of Punjab?
1-Vasumitra
2-Kallar
3-Jayapala
4-Mahipala

Question: Gupta empire declined in the fifth century A.D. as a consequence of
1-Chalukya raids
2-Greek invasion
3-Hun invasion
4-Pallava raids

Question: What is the correct chronological order of the dynasties in which they invaded India?1. Huns 2. Kushanas 3.Aryans 4. Greeks
1- 4, 3, 2, 1
2- 3, 4, 2, 1
3- 4, 2, 3, 1
4- 3, 4, 1, 2

Question: The first telegraph line between Calcutta and Agra was opened in
1-1852
2-1853
3-1854
4-1855

Question: Marish traveller, Ibn Batutah, came to India during the time of
1-Ala-ud-din Khilji
2-Firuz Shah Tughlaq
3-Balban
4-Muhammed bin Tughlaq

Question: The ancient name of Bengal was
1- Kamrupa
2-Vasta
3-Gauda
4-Vallabhi

Question: Protective foods in our diet are
1-Fats and vitamins
2-Carbohydrates and minerals
3-Vitamins and minerals
4-Proteins and carbohydrates

Question: A light sensitive compound used in photography is
1-Silver chloride
2-Silver sulphide
3-Silver bromide
4-Silver oxide

Question: The function of hemoglobin in the body is
1-Transport of oxygen
2-Destruction of bacteria
3-Prevention of anemia
4-Utilisation of iron

Question: Which of the following types of clothes is manufactured by using petroleum products?
1-Rayon Silk
2-Terelyne
3-Nylon
4-Cotton

Question: Which of the following pairs is incorrectly matched?
1-Encephalitis - Brain
2-Colitis - Colon
3-Hepatitis - Liver
4-Jaundice - Throat

Question: The first electric railway was opened in
1- 1853
2- 1885
3- 1905
4- 1925

Question: Which among the following is the most common element in the earth's crust?
1-Hydrogen
2-Oxygen
3-Magnesium
4-Aluminium

Question: U Thant Award is given for
1-Contribution to east-est understanding
2-Community leadership
3-Social service
4-Journalism

Question: During the period of Renaissance, the new style of architecture first developed in
1-Italy
2-France
3-England
4-Germany

Question: Who among the following was the Constitutional adviser to the Constituent Assembly of India?
1-M. C. Setalvad
2-K. M. Munshi
3-Jawaharlal Nehru
4-B. N. Rau

Question: Srinagar is situated on the bank of the river
1-Ravi
2-Sutlej
3-Jhelum
4-Chenab

Question: The canal joining Baltic Sea to North Sea is
1-Kiel Canal
2-Suez Canal
3-Panama Canal
4-None of these

Question: High pressure subtropical calm belts known as Horse Latitudes' lies between
1- 0° and 15°
2- 20° and 25°
3- 30° and 35°
4- None of these

Question: On 22nd December, which of the following places has the largest day and shortest night?
1-Melbourne
2-Moscow
3-Madrid
4-Madras

Question: In 2010, China became the third country in the world to possess an anti satellite weapon system. The other two countries are
1-Germany and Russia
2-France and the USA
3-The USA and Germany
4-The USA and Russia

Question: Blue Revolution is related to
1-fish production
2-milk production
3-oil production
4-food production

Question: Which country of the following has the largest Muslim population?
1-India
2-Pakistan
3-Indonesia
4-Saudi Arabia
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Question: The sphere of living matter together with water air and soil on the surface of the earth is known as
1-Lithosphere
2-Biosphere
3-Hydrosphere
4-Atmosphere

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1-Seatle Airport...
a)UK
b)USA
c)Canada
d)Mexico
Ans-UsA

2-200th anniversary of the scientist in 2009...
a)-Charles Darwin
b)Wilhem Fledberg
c)Kurt Mendelssohn
d)Sir Ludwig Guttann
Ans-Sir Charles Darwin

3-3rd May..
a)International Day of Peace
b)world press freedom Day
c)International Men's day
d)Valentine's day
Ans-world press freedom Day

4-BIN is the intelligence agency of..
a)Malaysia
b)Taiwan
c)Indonasia
d)None of these
Ans-Indonasia

5-River passing through Paris...
a)Gauche
b)The seine
c)Droite
d)Rouen
Ans-The Seine

6-Silicon valley in California is famous because of...
a)Film industry
b)Software industry
c)Mobile industry
d)None of these
Ans-Software Industry

7-In 2008 monarchy ended in a country after 240 years...
a)Mali
b)Bhutton
c)Nepal
d)None of these
Ans-Nepal

8-Pearl Harbour is in the state of...
a)Arkansas
b)Vermont
c)Tennessee
d)Hawaii
Ans-Hawaii

9-Country celebrating 50th anniversary of communist revolution
a)Cuba
b)China
c)Albania
d)None of these
Ans-Cuba

10-Blue House is the official residence in...
a)North Korea
b)Indonesia
c)Taiwan
d)-South Korea
Ans-South Korea

11-The largest number of Newspapers of the country...
a)India
b)Japan
c)South Korea
d)China
Ans-China

12-40%of world Oil passes through
a)Bab-el-Mandeb
b)Strait of Hormuz
c)Strait of Bonifacio
d)Davis Strait
Ans-Strait of Hormuz

13-Asiana is the Airline of...
a)North Korea
b)Mongolia
c)Tajikistan
d)South Korea
Ans-South Korea

14-Oldest Parliament in the world ...
a)Althing
b)Nitijela
c)Fono
d)None of these
Ans-Althing

15-Which field was not included by Alfred Nobel orginally...
a)Economics
b)Physics
c)Chemistry
d)Peace
Ans-Economics
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a)Sudan
b)Tunisia
c)Algeria
d)None of these
Ans-Tunisia

2-Which Arab country inaugurates on of the world'largest LNG trains operated by RasGas?
a)Qatar
b)UAE
c)Saudia Arabia
d)Oman
Ans-Qatar

3-Which autonomous province in Indonesia is to ban women form wearing tight trousers under a new law?
a)Riau
b)Aceh
c)Lampung
d)Java
Ans-Aceh

4-October 24,the International day of...
a)World day of Peace
b)world cancer Day
c)World Development Information Day
d)World Hello Day
Ans-world Development information Day

5-Which International Organistaion launched its first Human Rights body(AICHR)
a)SAARC
b)ASEAN
c)EU
d)AU
Ans-ASEAN

6-which country's economy grows at 8.9% in the third quarter from a year earlier,the fastest pace in the year?
a)China's
b)India's
c)Japan's
d)None of these
Ans-China's

7-......;;;;;appealed for food for 6.2 million people facing starvation?
a)Mali
b)Ethiopia
c)Bhutan
d)None of these
Ans-Ethiopia

8-The international Monetary fund says the global economy is "recovering faster than expected",raising its forecast for global growth to 3.1% for 2010,up form........
a)3.5%
b)1.5%
c)2.5%
d)None of these
Ans-2.5%

9-The inernational Olympic committee awards the 2016 summer Olympics and the 2016 paralympics to....
a)Tokoyo(Japan)
b)Rio de Janeiro(Brazil)
c)Chicago(United States)
d)Madrid(Spain)
Ans-Rio de Janeiro(Brazil)

10-which European country approved the European Union'sTraety of Lisbon by a margin of 67.1% to 32.9% in a second referndum on Oct 3,2009?
a)Estonia
b)Spain
c)Ireland
d)Germany
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1) Which is the most populated city in the world?
A) Tokyo
B) New York
C) Brasila
D) New Delhi

2) Alphnology is the study of
A) Laughter
B) Wealth
C) Wars
D) Wood

3) The French revolution started in the year
A) 1879
B) 1800
C) 1700
D) 1789

4) Which country is known as “The land of Thunderbolt”
A) Thailand
B) Brazil
C) Bhutan
D) China

5) UNICEF was established in the year
A) 1945
B) 1947
C) 1940
D) 1955

6) Folketing is the parliament of
A) Iran
B) Denmark
C) China
D) Russia

7) Guernica is the famous painting by
A) Pablo Picasso
B) Michelangelo
C) Raphael
D) Leonardo Da Vinci

8) The first woman to win a Nobel Prize was, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903
A) Marie Curie
B) Doris Lessing
C) Ada Yonath
D) Shirin Ebadi

9) National Banner Song is the national song of ?
A) Korea
B) Japan
C) England
D) China

10) Who is known as the “Father of Mobile Phone.”?
A) Bill Gates
B) Martin Cooper
C) Ralph Bunche
D) John Dalton

11) Which is the first Biological Park in India?
A) Thenmala
B) Bannerghatta National Park
C) Nandan Kanan Zoological Park (Nandankanan Zoo)
D) Agastyarkoodam

12) Which country has three Capitals?
A) Austria
B) Brazil
C) Australia
D) South Africa(Pretoria is the executive capital of South Africa. While Bloemfontein is the judicial capital of South Africa. And Cape Town the legislative capital of South Africa. )

13) World’s largest producer of wool is
A) Australia
B) U.K
C) Argentina
D) South Africa

14) Night Blindness is caused due to the deficiency of
A) Vitamin A
B) Vitamin B
C) Vitamin C
D) Vitamin E

15) In free state Hydrogen is present in
A) Natural Gas
B) Sun
C) Petroleum
D) Mineral salts

16) “Dreams From My Father” is the famous Autobiography of
A) Nelson Mandela
B) Mukesh Ambani
C) Barak Obama
D) Rajeev Gandhi

17) How many muscles are there in human body?
A) 649
B) 629
C) 689
D) 639

18) Name the great composer who is known as the Father of Carnatic Music
A) Syama Sastri
B) Purandara Dasa
C) Muthuswami Dikshitar
D) Kanaka Dasa

19) Torah is the sacred text of
A) Jews
B) Buddhist
C) Islam
D) Sikhs

20) The First Cloned Buffalo in the world is
A) Garima
B) Dolly
C) Samrupa
D) Injaz

21) Silver Revolution is related with
A) Egg Production
B) Fish Production
C) Agriculture
D) Milk Production

22) The deepest part of the world’s oceans is
A) Mariana Trench
B) Kermadec trenc
C) South Sandwich Trench
D) Aleutian Trench

23) In which country Green Revolution started?
A) Mexico
B) Britain
C) India
D) Finland

24) Fathometer is used to measure ?
A) Speed of lighting
B) Speed of sound
C) Depth of Water Bodies
D) Depth of Heavenly Bodies

25) Asia and North America are separated by
A) Suez
B) Bering Strait
C) Urals
D) Gibralter

26) Which is the oldest European Fort in India?
A) Agra Fort
B) Pallipuram Fort
C) Fort St George in Chennai
D) Fort William

27) The atomic number of Gold is
A) 30
B) 47
C) 79
D) 100
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1. In tennis, what is 'no man's land'?
Midcourt (neither at the net nor the baseline)


2. Which track and field event is known as 'Suicide in 10 installments'?
The Decathlon, a gruelling event


3. The highest belt in Karate is black. What is the colour of the lowest belt?
White


4. Excluding the striker, how many pieces are there on the board when a carrom game starts?
19


5. What are the 2 basic categories in diving events at the Olympic Games?
Platform (or highboard) and Spring board


6. What is the colour a the centre of an archery target?
Gold


7. What are the colours of the chequered flag waved at the end of a motor race?
Black and White


8. Which game is played in 3 varieties - horse, cycle and elephant?
Polo

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-Who is the current MD of IMP John Lipsky or Christine Lagarde?
-Which is the Pakistan’s greatest source of energy?
-What is the current electricity short fall in Pakistan?
-Which of the following is not a cash crop of Pakistan?
(a) Maize (b) Rice (c) Barley (d) Sugar Cane (e) none of these
-What is the height of world’s tallest building Dubai Burj?
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-Who is the current MD of IMP John Lipsky or Christine Lagarde?
John Lipsky was the acting MD and is the deputy MD of IMF, Christine Lagarde has taken the charge as MD today (5th july, 2011)
-Which is the Pakistan’s greatest source of energy?
Hydro
-What is the current electricity short fall in Pakistan?
as of today its 3700 MW, electricity generation is 13375 MW and demand is 17,000 MW (Energy shortfall at 3700 MW - GEO.tv)
-Which of the following is not a cash crop of Pakistan?
(a) Maize (b) Rice (c) Barley (d) Sugar Cane (e) none of these
-What is the height of world’s tallest building Dubai Burj?
828 m (2,717 ft)
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