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  1. How many rings are in Olympic logo?
    • 7
    • 5
    • 6
    • None of the above

  2. In hexadecimal system,the number 15 represents which letter?
    • E
    • C
    • H
    • F

  3. Wimbledon Trophy is associated with which Sports?
    • Hockey
    • Football
    • Badminton
    • Tennis

  4. What color is chlorophyll?
    • Green
    • Red
    • Brown
    • None of the above

  5. In which year did the RMS Titanic sink?
    • 15 April,1812
    • 15 April,1913
    • 15 April,1912
    • 15 April,1918

  6. Which country is called "the Land of Rising Sun" ?
    • China
    • Philippines
    • Japan
    • Korea

  7. The UN General Assembly Office is situated in
    • Geneva
    • Paris
    • New York
    • Moscow

  8. Which is used as the logo of the World Wide Fund for Nature(WWF)?
    • Penguin
    • Lion
    • Panda
    • None of the above

  9. The country which is not using Euro as their currency?
    • Norway
    • Germany
    • Finland
    • Portugal

  10. Which city is said to be "The Queen of Arabian Sea"?
    • Kochi,India
    • Karachi,Pakistan
    • Somalia,Africa
    • None of the above

  11. Name the company which has its name based on a river name?
    • Sony
    • Motorola
    • Nokia
    • Samsung

  12. Who drafted the "Declaration of American Independence"?
    • Thomas Jefferson
    • Theodore Roosevelt
    • Harry S.Truman
    • Abraham Lincoln

  13. What is the common name for Washing Soda?
    • Calcium Carbonate
    • Sodium Carbonate
    • Calcium BiCarbonate
    • Sodium Bicarbonate

  14. Cow's Milk is rich in
    • Vitamin D
    • Vitamin C
    • Vitamin B
    • Vitamin A

  15. "Aurora Borealis" is commonly known as
    • Eastern Lights
    • Western Lights
    • Southern Lights
    • Northern Lights

  16. Name the longest river in the world?
    • Nile
    • Mississippi
    • Amazon
    • Congo

  17. After Which famous person was the teddy bear named?
    • Clifford K. Berryman
    • Morris Michtom
    • Theodore Roosevelt
    • None of the above

  18. Name the game associated with Durand Cup?
    • Volleyball
    • Basketball
    • Throwball
    • Football

  19. In which direction does the Earth rotates on its own axis?
    • East to West
    • West to East
    • North to South
    • South to North

  20. What are the five colors of Olympic Ring?
    • blue, yellow, black, green, and red on White Background
    • blue, yellow, black, green and orange on White Background
    • blue, yellow, brown, green and red on White Background
    • violet, yellow, black, green and red on White Background

  21. Which country flag has maple leaf?
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Canada
    • Argentina

  22. Which country is also called as "CopperCountry"?
    • Zambia
    • Chile
    • Peru
    • Russia

  23. Name the largest bird in the world?
    • Emu
    • King Penguin
    • Rhea
    • Ostrich

  24. Golden Revolution is meant for
    • Oilseeds
    • Honey
    • fruits
    • grains

  25. Bull Fighting is the national game of which country?
    • Spain
    • Germany
    • France
    • Portugal

  26. What is the Motto of Olympics?
    • Faster,Harder,Longer
    • Harder,Faster,Stronger
    • Longer,Higher,Faster
    • Faster, Higher, Stronger

  27. John F. Kennedy International Airport is Formerly known as
    • LaGuardia International
    • Idlewild Airport
    • William P. Hobby Airport
    • None of the above

  28. Which of the following is not the term used in Football?
    • Backheel
    • Double hat-trick
    • Flick-on
    • Foul

  29. Holy Land is a nickname refers to which country?
    • Israel
    • Romania
    • Ghana
    • Nigeria

  30. How many squares on the Chessboard?
    • 204
    • 64
    • 205
    • 65

  31. How many Continents are there in the World?
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7
    • 9

  32. Who coined the term "Eureka"?
    • Vitruvius
    • Archimedes
    • Pamela Auble
    • Jeffrey Franks

  33. Which country is known as 'Land of the Midnight Sun'?
    • Norway
    • Sweden
    • Finland
    • Greece

  34. What does the five rings in the Olympic flag symbolize?
    • five Greek Gods of the World
    • five Countries of the World
    • five Oceans of the World
    • five Continents of the World

  35. In Computer Networks,ATM stands for
    • Automated Teller Machine
    • Asynchronous Transfer Mode
    • Adobe Type Manager
    • Alternating Turing machine

  36. What is the currency of Japan?
    • Yuan
    • Ruble
    • Euro
    • Yen

  37. Which planet is called as "Roman Goddess of Love and Beauty"?
    • Jupiter
    • Venus
    • Saturn
    • Mercury

  38. Which vitamin helps in Blood Clot?
    • Vitamin K
    • Vitamin B7
    • Vitamin A
    • Vitamin C

  39. Name the Bird which is known as "Champions of backwards flight"?
    • Goldcrest
    • Weebill
    • Goldfinch
    • Humming Bird

  40. How many lines does a Shakespeare's sonnet have?
    • 16
    • 14
    • 12
    • 24

  41. How many members are there in ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), an economic organisation?
    • 20
    • 10
    • 25
    • 15

  42. How many players are there in a baseball team?
    • 8
    • 13
    • 11
    • 9

  43. The World's one of the most active volcano "Mount Etna" is located in
    • Italy
    • France
    • Austria
    • Germany

  44. Which is commonly called as "Aurora Australis"?
    • Northern lights
    • Southern lights
    • Western lights
    • Eastern lights

  45. Who wrote the book "A Journey"?
    • Tony Blair
    • David Runciman
    • George W. Bush
    • None of the above

  46. The most common Abbreviation of CAD is
    • Computer-Aided Diagnosis
    • Coronary Artery Dissection
    • Computer-Aided Design
    • Cost Analysis Division

  47. Where is 'Bermuda Triangle' region located?
    • Atlantic Ocean
    • Pacific Ocean
    • Arctic Ocean
    • Antarctic Ocean

  48. Which country is also known as 'Land of Thousand Lakes'?
    • Iceland
    • Poland
    • Switzerland
    • Finland

  49. Who said "Et,tu Brute!"?
    • Julius Caesar
    • Mark Antony
    • William Shakespeare
    • None of the above

  50. Who is known as the "Father of English Poetry"?
    • William Shakespeare
    • William Wordsworth
    • Robert Frost
    • Geoffrey Chaucer

  51. Who is called as the Roman Goddess of the hunt and the moon?
    • Luna
    • Diana
    • Diana and Luna
    • None of the above

  52. Give the Latin word for "Before Noon"?
    • Ante Meridiem
    • Anno Mundi
    • Anno Martyrum
    • None of the above

  53. Who is the pioneer of chloroform as anaesthetic?
    • David Waldie
    • Dr. John Snow
    • Samuel Guthrie
    • James Simpson

  54. The Normal Human Ear can hear sound frequency from
    • Above 20 Hertz
    • 20 Hertz to 20,000 Hertz
    • 200 Hertz to 20,000 Hertz
    • 1,000 Hertz to 3,500 Hertz

  55. What is meant by "Regicide"?
    • The action of killing a man
    • The action of killing a friend
    • The action of killing a King
    • The action of killing a poet

  56. Which is the biggest flower in the world?
    • Amorphophallus titanum
    • Rafflesia arnoldii
    • Corypha umbraculifera
    • Posidonia

  57. What is the normal body temperature of human beings?
    • 98.3 degree F
    • 97.4 degree F
    • 93.4 degree F
    • 98.4 degree F

  58. Ornithology is the study of
    • Birds
    • Animals
    • Reptiles
    • Amphibians

  59. Which country is the largest producer of tea in the world?
    • Brazil
    • South Africa
    • India
    • China

  60. Who among the following is known as the national poet of England?
    • William Wordsworth
    • Geoffrey Chaucer
    • William Shakespeare
    • William Whitehead

  61. "Das Kapital" was written by
    • Friedrich Nietzsche
    • Søren Kierkegaard
    • Karl Marx
    • Ludwig Wittgenstein

  62. Where is the SAARC headquarters located?
    • Dhaka
    • Kathmandu
    • New Delhi
    • Colombo

  63. Which of the following is the tallest Waterfall in the World?
    • Yumbilla Falls
    • Olo'upena Falls
    • Tugela Falls
    • Angel Falls

  64. Semiotics is the study of
    • Signs and Sign processes
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Signs and wonder
    • Signs and Signifiers

  65. How many years,after,Crystal Anniversary is celebrated?
    • 5 years
    • 10 years
    • 15 years
    • 25 years

  66. Which of the following is the official national anthem of USA?
    • The Star-Spangled Banner
    • Land of the Free
    • The Soldier's Song
    • Oh God of All Creation

  67. Name the Greek God of music?
    • Muses
    • Aphrodite
    • Apollo
    • Poseidon

  68. What is the French word for 'Monday'?
    • Samedi
    • Lundi
    • Jeudi
    • Mardi

  69. Which British Prime Minister was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature?
    • Winston Churchill
    • Theodore Roosevelt
    • Woodrow Wilson
    • Mikhail Gorbachev

  70. Name the capital of the country Peru?
    • Iquitos
    • Chimbote
    • Lima
    • Arequipa

  71. Which of the following country does not have river?
    • Canada
    • Egypt
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Indonesia

  72. Who is the "Father of Modern Physics"?
    • Galileo Galilei
    • Lavoisier
    • Ernest Rutherford
    • Berzelius

  73. "Unity gives Strength" is the National Motto of which country?
    • Lithuania
    • Belgium
    • Republic of the Congo
    • Indonesia

  74. Name the inventor of "World Wide Web"?
    • Robert Cailliau
    • Charles Babbage
    • Bill Gates
    • John Vincent Atanasoff

  75. How many bones are there in human body ?
    • 326
    • 226
    • 206
    • 306

  76. Name the Country which is also known as 'Roof of the World'?
    • Nepal
    • Tibet
    • Bhutan
    • India

  77. "Child Who Never Grew" is a book written by
    • Stephen Hawking
    • Anton Chekhov
    • T.S. Eliot
    • Pearl S. Buck

  78. Who is called as "Bard of Avon"?
    • William Shakespeare
    • Walt Whitman
    • William Wordsworth
    • Henry David Thoreau

  79. Which part of our body gets damaged due to excess consumption of alcoholic drinks?
    • Heart
    • Lungs
    • Liver
    • Kidney

  80. Which part of an Onion is edible?
    • Stem modified for underwater growth
    • Swollen leaves with a bit of stem
    • Whole plant
    • Proliferated stem and flower tissue

  81. What is the Roman Numerals for the year 2014?
    • MMXIV
    • MXIV
    • MCMXIV
    • MDCDXIV

  82. How many colors did Newton divided the Spectrum or Rainbow originally?
    • 7
    • 6
    • 5
    • 4

  83. The "Land of Morning Calm" is the nickname of which Country ?
    • India
    • Korea
    • Burma
    • Indonesia

  84. The Only Woman Who won two Nobel prizes?
    • Pearl S. Buck
    • Mother Teresa
    • Aung San Suu Kyi
    • Marie Curie

  85. Name the gas which is most commonly found in the air we breathe?
    • Oxygen
    • Carbon Di Oxide
    • Hydrogen
    • Nitrogen

  86. What distance does Marathon covers?
    • 26 miles
    • 26 miles and 365 yards
    • 26 miles and 385 yards
    • 586 yards

  87. Which Blood Vessel carrying blood away from the heart?
    • Arteries
    • Veins
    • Capillaries
    • None of the above

  88. Who was the famous tutor of Alexander the Great?
    • Epicurus
    • Aristotle
    • Plato
    • Socrates

  89. What is meant by "Apiphobia"?
    • Fear of Cats
    • Fear of Pain
    • Fear of Spiders
    • Fear of Bees

  90. How many edges are there in a cube?
    • 8
    • 6
    • 12
    • 16

  91. Which Olympic sport is played with stones and brooms?
    • Skiing
    • Rowing
    • Curling
    • Speed Skating

  92. The World's second highest Waterfall "Tugela waterfall" is found in which country?
    • Venezuela
    • Peru
    • United States
    • South Africa

  93. How many events are there in a Heptathlon?
    • Eight
    • Seven
    • Six
    • Two

  94. Who is called the "Father of Information Technology"?
    • John Robinson Pierce
    • Hendrik Wade Bode
    • Claude Shannon
    • Warren Weaver

  95. Traditionally,What is the color of London Taxicabs?
    • Yellow
    • White
    • Black
    • Brown

  96. Which of the following is the World's Longest running Play?
    • Othello
    • Romeo and Juliet
    • Macbath
    • Mouse Trap

  97. Give the abbreviation for GDP in Economics?
    • Growth Development Project
    • Guanosine Di Phosphate
    • Gross Domestic Product
    • General Defense Plan

  98. Name the country which is also known as "Playground of Europe"?
    • Switzerland
    • Italy
    • Holand
    • Belgium

  99. Which country first discovered the ice-cream?
    • China
    • Europe
    • US
    • Rome

  100. Name the only sport which is not allowed to play left handed?
    • Buzkashi
    • Polo
    • Golf
    • Hockey

  101. Which is the fastest healing part of our body?
    • Tongue
    • Eyelid
    • Knees
    • Fingers

  102. Name the Country in which 2018 Winter Olympics scheduled to take place?
    • France
    • Germany
    • South Korea
    • Russia

  103. Name the third largest sea in the world?
    • Mediterranean Sea
    • Caribbean Sea
    • Bering Sea
    • Sea of Okhotsk

  104. How many golden stars are there in the circle of the Flag of Europe?
    • 8
    • 16
    • 10
    • 12

  105. In which Country did Christmas Island located?
    • US
    • Australia
    • Europe
    • Russia

  106. Which Sea animal sleeps with one eye open?
    • Dolphins
    • Seals
    • Whales
    • None of the above

  107. Which part of our body known as "master gland"?
    • Adrenal Gland
    • Pituitary Gland
    • Thyroid Gland
    • Parotid Gland

  108. How many digestive compartments does a cow's stomach have?
    • many
    • 2
    • 1
    • 4

  109. How many hearts does a cockroach have?
    • a heart with four chambers
    • a heart with thirteen chamber
    • four hearts
    • thirteen hearts

  110. What is the meaning of the musical term "allegro"?
    • cheerful or brisk
    • harmoniously
    • sorrowfully, plaintively
    • energetic, strong

  111. Which Country has the Six pointed Star in its Flag?
    • Korea
    • Cuba
    • Israel
    • Ethiopia

  112. Name the Roman Goddess of fruiting trees and orchards?
    • Pomona
    • Angerona
    • Hersilia
    • Poena

  113. Which of Shakespeare's plays is the shortest in length?
    • Hamlet
    • Othello
    • The two Noble kinsmen
    • The Comedy of Errors

  114. Which of the following is the longest types of poem?
    • Limerick
    • Epic
    • Ballad
    • Haiku

  115. On what principle did a Sprayer works?
    • Pascal
    • Newton
    • Boyle
    • None of the above

  116. What is the most common type of plant which most likely eats a rat?
    • Ricinus communis
    • Cicuta douglasii
    • Eupatorium rugosum
    • Nepenthes attenboroughii

  117. Which disease is also known as icterus?
    • Jaundice
    • Dengue
    • Typhoid
    • Cholera

  118. Which instrument is used to measure the atmospheric pressure?
    • Elatrometer
    • Manometer
    • Barometer
    • Aerometer

  119. Which country is known as Sugar Bowl of the World?
    • Cuba
    • Jamaica
    • Haiti
    • Bahamas

  120. Which river crosses George Washington Bridge?
    • Thames River
    • Harlem River
    • Hudson River
    • Black River

  121. What is meant by the study and collection of Postcards?
    • Brolliology
    • Philately
    • Conchology
    • Deltiology

  122. Which country license plates are designed like polar bear?
    • Canadian NorthEast Territories
    • Canadian NorthWest Territories
    • Canadian SouthWest Territories
    • Canadian SouthEast Territories

  123. Which of the following cannot move its tongue?
    • Crocodile
    • Duck
    • Frog
    • Giraffe

  124. Which city in Australia called as "Batmania"?
    • Sydney
    • Liverpool
    • NewCastle
    • Melbourne

  125. Where did the Paper Money first used?
    • China
    • Japan
    • London
    • Italy

  126. Butterflies tastes with their
    • Head
    • Proboscis
    • Antenna
    • Feet

  127. "Windy City" is the nick name given to which City?
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • Mexico
    • New York

  128. "Democratic Republic of the Congo" is formerly known as
    • Algeria
    • Republic of Congo
    • Zimbabwe
    • Zaire

  129. Anthophobia is the
    • Fear of Failure
    • Fear of People
    • Fear of Flowers
    • Fear of Bats

  130. In which part of our body have the smallest bone?
    • Eyes
    • Ears
    • Nose
    • Mouth

  131. Which country was first to give "right to vote" to women?
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
    • Finland
    • Norway

  132. Name the Zodiac sign which is represented by "Goat-Horned"?
    • Capricorn
    • Taurus
    • Sagittarius
    • Leo

  133. What is the famous chess game played in Berlin in 1852?
    • Immortal Game
    • Opera Game
    • Evergreen Game
    • Immortal losing game

  134. What is the name of the star figure which is sometimes known as the "Star of Goliath"?
    • nonagon
    • dodecagon
    • heptagram
    • arbelos

  135. The word or phrase that gives the same meaning either reads in forward or backward.What is that word?
    • contronym
    • oxymoron
    • reversgram
    • palindrome

  136. Name the instrument which is used for recording brain images ?
    • taseometer
    • encephalograph
    • craniometer
    • electroencephalograph

  137. The celebration held to mark the 70th Anniversary is called as
    • Quincentennial
    • Diamond Jubilee
    • Octocentennial
    • Platinum Jubilee

  138. How many Birthdays does an average man have?
    • 12
    • 1
    • 2
    • infinity

  139. What represents the middle blue color in the Gambia Flag?
    • Sea
    • Ocean
    • Lake
    • River

  140. What is the Study of Handwriting?
    • Graphology
    • paleography
    • Anthropology
    • None of the above

  141. The Study of Algae is called as
    • Mycology
    • Algalogy
    • Phycology
    • Bryology

  142. The Medical Name for Ears is
    • Pinna
    • Orbit
    • Lingulus
    • Tympanic Membrane

  143. Which Asian Country has the currency called "Lari"?
    • Cambodia
    • Oman
    • Vietnam
    • Georgia

  144. Which is the largest lake in the World by depth?
    • Tanganyika
    • Malawi
    • Baikal
    • Great Slave

  145. Which of the following is the "Rainy City" in the world?
    • Emei Shan,China
    • Oymyakon, Russia
    • Ghudamis, Libya
    • Timbuktu, Mali

  146. Name the gland which is also called as Oil Glands?
    • Apocrine Glands
    • Sebaceous Glands
    • Serous Glands
    • Mucous glands

  147. Name the person Who wrote the poem "The Old Oaken Bucket".?
    • Charles Dickens
    • Robert McLellan
    • Ernest Thompson
    • Samuel Woodworth

  148. Which US president abolished slavery?
    • Thomas Jefferson
    • Theodore Roosevelt
    • Abraham Lincoln
    • John.F.Kennedy

  149. The blue color of the sky is due to
    • Rayleigh scattering
    • Compton scattering
    • Thomson scattering
    • Rutherford scattering

  150. Name an American swimmer,Who is the most decorated Olympian of all time,with a total of 22 medals?
    • Michael Phelps
    • Mark Spitz
    • Carl Lewis
    • Jenny Thompson

  151. To put the "biscuit" in the "basket"-Which is saying to score goal.What is the word "biscuit" mean?
    • shuttlecock
    • bat and ball
    • darts
    • Puck

  152. How many months have 28 days?
    • 1
    • 12
    • 6
    • 10

  153. Which of the following is the most powerful piece in the Chessboard?
    • Queen
    • King
    • Knights
    • Rooks

  154. Which year was the year of the first well-known computer virus?
    • 1990
    • 1988
    • 1971
    • 1957

  155. A person Who collects Coins is called as
    • Scripophilist
    • Plangonologists
    • Fusilatelist
    • Numismatist

  156. The landing Site of Apollo 11 is
    • Taurus-Littrow
    • Oceanus Procellarum
    • Sea Of Tranquility
    • Palus Putredinis

  157. Which Planet is called as "Blue Marble"?
    • Earth
    • Venus
    • Saturn
    • Jupiter

  158. Which one of these paintings is the most famous in the world?
    • Girl with a Pearl Earring
    • Mona Lisa
    • Water Lilies
    • The Last Supper

  159. The national Emblem of Indonesia has
    • Rufous Hornero
    • Macaw
    • Jungle Fowl
    • Garuda

  160. What is the plural for the word "crisis"?
    • Crises
    • Crisises
    • Crisis
    • None of the above

  161. How many Sides does Dodecagon have?
    • 15
    • 10
    • 13
    • 12

  162. Which planet has the largest moon?
    • Mars
    • Jupiter
    • Earth
    • Neptune

  163. What is the national game of USA?
    • Ice Hockey
    • Baseball
    • Football
    • Cricket

  164. The Decibel is used to measure
    • Heat
    • Light
    • Sound
    • Speed

  165. The parliament name of Japan is
    • Diet
    • Khural
    • Yuan
    • Parliament

  166. How many sides did the polygon "icosagon" have?
    • 12 sides
    • 30 sides
    • 35 sides
    • 20 sides

  167. Complete the series 3=5,11=6,17=9,98=11,100=7,28=?
    • 7
    • 11
    • 6
    • 5

  168. During Medieval period,peasants often use the spiked weapon known as
    • Morning Star
    • Flanged mace
    • Horseman's pick
    • Flail

  169. What is the pH level of an acid?
    • 7
    • above 7
    • below 7
    • neutral

  170. The RMS Titanic ship built in which city of UK?
    • Belfast
    • Southampton
    • Cherbourg
    • Liverpool

  171. Which planet has Phoebe as their outermost Moon?
    • Neptune
    • Uranus
    • Jupiter
    • Saturn

  172. Totally, how many White and Black keys in a Piano?
    • 52
    • 88
    • 36
    • 85

  173. The famous "Mira, Mirror" fantasy novel was written by
    • Mette Ivie Harrison
    • Catherynne M. Valente
    • Christine Morton-Shaw
    • Patricia C. Wrede

  174. Name the Wading bird which is Arctic breeder?
    • Baird's sandpiper
    • Dunlin
    • Grey plover
    • Sanderling

  175. The pluviometer is used to measure
    • dryness of the atmosphere
    • windspeed
    • Rainfall
    • liquid evaporation

  176. The first tallest man-made structure in the world is
    • Tokyo Skytree,Japan
    • Burj Khalifa,Dubai
    • Abraj Al-Bait Towers,Saudi Arabia
    • Millau Viaduct,France

  177. Thopha saccata is the largest Australian species of cicada insect,which is commonly known as
    • green grocer
    • red eye
    • cherry nose
    • double drummer

  178. Name the warehouse district which is literally called as "City of Warehouses"?
    • Historic Third Ward in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • Distillery District in Ontario, Canada
    • Speicherstadt in Hamburg, Germany
    • Washington Avenue Historic District in St. Louis, Missouri

  179. The most common symptom of Alzheimer's disease is
    • Short term memory loss
    • Weight Loss
    • Abnormal liver function
    • Generalized itching

  180. The value of the Mathematical constant "pi" is
    • 3.1
    • 3.1444
    • 3.15
    • 3.14159

  181. Who is considered to be the greatest mathematician of antiquity?
    • Georg Cantor
    • Archimedes
    • Edward Wright
    • Robert Hues

  182. "God Save the Queen" is the National Anthem of which country?
    • United Kingdom
    • Unites States
    • Australia
    • Egypt

  183. Which Sports is associated with "Davis Cup"?
    • Football
    • Baseball
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball

  184. What is the name given to a person from New Zealand?
    • Mackem
    • Kiwi
    • Rolo
    • Gato

  185. How many Countries having the currency "Dinar"?
    • 9
    • 8
    • 12
    • 15

  186. The common name of Cannis Familiaris is
    • Cat
    • Goat
    • Cow
    • Dog

  187. Which country is called as "Land of Hope and Glory"?
    • Italy
    • England
    • Haiti
    • New Zealand

  188. What is the capital of Costa Rica?
    • San Francisco
    • Liberia
    • Alajuela
    • San Jose

  189. What is the national motto of Canada?
    • Por la razón o la fuerza(Through Reason Or By Force)
    • A mari usque ad mare (From sea to sea)
    • Unity, liberty, justice
    • Un peuple, un but, une foi(One people, one goal, one faith)

  190. The parliament name of Russia is
    • Legislature
    • Parliament
    • Federal Assembly
    • Congress

  191. What is the study and practice of making maps?
    • Cartography
    • Topography
    • Cryptography
    • Typography

  192. Name the science and technology of producing and using plants for food, fuel, fiber and land reclamation?
    • Taxonomy
    • Agronomy
    • Plutonomy
    • Taphonomy

  193. What is the name of the device for answering telephones and recording callers messages in common wealth countries?
    • Telegraphone
    • Message machine
    • Ansaphone
    • Answerphone

  194. One who spends more time in watching television is called
    • Couch Potato
    • Mouse Potato
    • Potato bugs
    • None of these

  195. In which year the word "Computer" was first used in the book "The yong mans gleanings"?
    • 1713
    • 1613
    • 1813
    • 1913

  196. In which state of America did Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address?
    • Pennsylvania
    • Alaska
    • California
    • Tennessee

  197. Name the easy and quick method of measuring distance in the field?
    • Calipers
    • Measuring Rod
    • Rolling Roller
    • Pacing

  198. A person who possesses many talents is called
    • Linguist
    • Polymath
    • Versatile
    • Gifted

  199. Which city is called as "City of Bridges"?
    • Rome
    • Venice
    • Florence
    • Naples

  200. Which city is recognised as the 'windy city' ?
    • Phoenix
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • Boston


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