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Friday, June 10, 2011

General knowledge Test Solid Questions More Than 500

Ø Which is the capital of Maldives?

Ø Which continent has the biggest population?

Ø In which city was the US declaration of independence singed in 1776?

Ø What is the capital city of New Zealand?

Ø Which is the administrative capital of South Africa?


Ø On which continent is the Sahara desert

Ø In which Dutch town did the leaders of the European Union sign a treaty agreeing to a common currency?

Ø Which ocean is to the east of Africa?
=Indian Ocean

Ø Where is the headquarters of the international Olympic committee?

Ø What is longest running race in the Olympic Games called?
=The Marrathan

Ø Who is the only citizen of Pakistan to receive the Bharat Ratna?
=Khan Abdul Ghaffer Khan

Ø In which sport can you throw a 'curve ball'?

Ø Which viceroy of India was the son of a former prime minister of Britain?
=Lord cunning

Ø Which rock group did George Harrison belong to?
=the Beatles

Ø What is the baby Kangaroo called?

Ø How many strings does a bass guitar usually have?

Ø In which museum is the ‘Mona Lisa’ displayed?
=The louver, Paris

Ø Blood is filtered by which pair of organs?

Ø In which south Asian country is the National assembly called the ‘Tshogdu’?

Ø Which planet is the fifth from the sun?

Ø What is the capital of Laos?

Ø Who developed the theory of relativity?
=Albert Einstein

Ø Which NASA mission’s crew consisted of Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins?
=Apollo XI

Ø Which chemical element is represented by the symbol N?

Ø In which city is the secretariat of SAARC located?

Ø In which organelle of a living cell is DNA found?

Ø What is the capital of Mauritius?
=Port Louis

Ø Which travel faster, light or sound waves?
=Light weves

Ø Which city was first capital of Pakistan?

Ø Triton is a moon of which planet?

Ø In whose honour was the atom bomb dropped on Nagasaki nicknamed ‘fat Man’?
=Winston Churchill

Ø For what process do plants need sunlight, CO2 and water?

Ø Who is the only Governor-General of India to be appointed twice to the post?
=Lord Cornwallis

Ø Which physicist wrote a book called 'A Brief History of Time'?
=Stephen Hawking

Ø What did France gift to the USA on the centenary of the declaration of independence?
=The Statue of Liberty

Ø Which chemical element is represented by the symbol Zn?

Ø When did Britain return Hong Kong to China?
=In 1997

Ø What do we call the study of birds?

Ø What is the capital of Brazil from 1822 to1960 before Brasilia was built?
=Rio de Janeiro

Ø In which organ of the body is the cerebrum found?
=The brain

Ø Which American navel base in Hawaii was attacked by Japan?
=Pearl Harbour

Ø In which country is the world's highest waterfall?

Ø In which American state is Los Angeles located?

Ø What natural phenomena are measured by the 'Richter scale'?

Ø Which German general was nicknamed ‘The desert fox’?
=Erwin Rommel

Ø Which two oceans does the Panama Canal link?
=Atlantic and Pacific

Ø Which Bharat Ratna awardee’s autobiography is called on ‘Wings of Fire’?
=Dr A P J Abdul Kalam

Ø What is South America's highest mountain range?
=The Andes

Ø Which man made feature has divided Asia from Africa since 1869?
=The Suez Canal

Ø What is the capital city of Kenya?

Ø What was Istanbul called before its conquest by the Qttoman Turks in 1453?

Ø What is the line of latitude 23.5 degrees north of the equator called?
=Tropic of Cancer

Ø Which is the only South American country which is a member of OPEC?

Ø In which athletic event is a heavy metal ball thrown?
=Shot put

Ø Which east African nation was ones called ‘Abyssinia’?

Ø In what sport could you 'hit a six' or 'bowl a leg spinner'?

Ø Who was the first women in outer space?
=Valentine tereshkova

Ø Golf was first played in which country?

Ø In which European city is the head quarter of UNESCO?

Ø In which sport could you find yourself in a headlock?

Ø Which animal is the symbol of the Republican Party (often called GOP) in the United States?
=The elephant

Ø In which sport are a bow and arrow used?

Ø Which Latin American nation has an eagle and a snake on its flag?

Ø What does a third-place getter at the Olympic Games win?
=A bronze medal

Ø Who was the first prime minister of Pakistan?
=Liaqat Ali Khan

Ø What instrument did the jazz musician Miles Davis play?

Ø Which sultan of Delhi was defeated in the first battle of panipat by Babar?
=Ibrahim Lodi

Ø Which instrument has keys, pedals and strings?

Ø Who invented the Cresco graph to measure the rate of growth in plants?
=Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose

Ø Which is the largest stringed instrument in a classical orchestra?
=Double bass

Ø Which is the highest mountain in Africa?
=Mt. Kilimanjaro

Ø In which country is a 'gamelan orchestra' most commonly found?

Ø In which state was the ‘tebhaga movement’ launced in 1946?

Ø All parties state language movement committee was formed in

Ø Which Roman emperor abolished the ancient Olympics?
=Theodosius I

Ø The designer of the Kizi Nazrul Islam complex
=Mazharul Islam

Ø Who was the last Tsar of Russia?
=Nicholas II

Ø Name of the first female executive director of Bangladesh?
=Nazneen Sultana

Ø Which dialect of Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world?

Ø Native language of Jamaica is

Ø Who invented dynamite in 1867?
=Alfred Nobel

Ø Plato, Socrates, Aristotle & Einstein among them who came earlier?
=Socrates (470-399 BC)

Ø Which is Shakespeare’s longest play?

Ø A country is bordered by both the Atlantic & Indian oceans named
=South Africa

Ø Which sitting Prime Minister won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1953?
=Winston Churchill

Ø Capital of the Netherlands is-

Ø What is the only equation in A Brief History?

Ø The last chief minister of undivided Bengle was
=Huseyn Shaheed Shurawardy

Ø Which degree of latitude divides north & South Korea?
=The 18th parallel

Ø Lalbagh fort at Dhaka was constructed by
=Prince Azam & Shaista Khan

Ø Who was the president of the United States when Japan attacked Pearl Harber in 1941?
=Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Ø National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) formally begins in
=1st December, 2008

Ø In which modern country are the ruins of the ancient city Babylon?

Ø Total number of Scadinavian country is
=5 (Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark & Iceland)

Ø Which Pakistani politician was known as the Qaid-e-Millat?
=Liaquat Ali khan

Ø The head office of Asian Clearing Union (AUC) is
=Tehran, Iran

Ø What did the Portuguese name Taiwan when they explored in 1950?

Ø “The ballot is stronger than bullet” is quoted by

Ø What is the monetary unit of Saudi Arabia?

Ø The capital city of Tajikistan

Ø Largest continent

Ø Plato was citizen of-
Smallest continent

Ø The first cricketer who bagged all ten wickets in one innings in a test match
=Jim Laker (England)

Ø Which country is not the member of OPEC?

Ø The first commercial ship of Bangladesh is
=Banglar Dut

Ø CFC destroys –

Ø First private telephone organization is
=Bangladesh Rural Telecom Authority (BRTA)

Ø CARE is the NGO of

Ø Planning commission situated in
=Agargaon, Dhaka

Ø Who invented malaria?
=Ronald Ross

Ø First sea shore gas field in Bangladesh

Ø Which is the biggest sea-beach in the world?
=Cox’s Bazar

Ø China clay fond at

Ø Which is the longest river in Europe?

Ø Who is the father of Genetics?

Ø Electric bulb introduced in Dhaka
=7 December,1901

Ø Which is the Capital of South Africa?
=Captown & Pritoria

Ø The capital city of Marshall Island is

Ø Mongla port is situated on the river of-

Ø Central bank of Brunei
=Brunei Currency Board

Ø Who translated our national song in English?
=Sayed ali ahsan

Ø Architect of Sydney Opera House
=Danish architect ‘JoernUtzon’

Ø Which is the first non government EPZ in Bangladesh?

Ø Capital of Croatia

Ø The head quarter of Red Cress is in-

Ø Bangla year started is our country from
=11 March, 1585

Ø Which is the national day of USA?
=4th July

Ø 26 March was declared as a national day of Bangladesh in the year

Ø Which country has no Army?

Ø Historic Pahar Pur is situated in

Ø Head office of ILO is in

Ø what is the name of the organization working world wide against curreption?
=Transparency international

Ø The bangla calendar date of historic “Ekushey February” is
=8th Falgoon

Ø The waterway separating India & Srilanka
=Palk strait

Ø What types of organization BIMSTEC is

Ø Which country has the largest area of rainforest?

Ø Currency of Sweden?

Ø The British parliament is known as
=Council of Senators

Ø First SAF games was held in-
=New Delhi

Ø Currency of Thailand?

Ø Helsinki is the capital of –

Ø Writer of the book “World without Poverty”
=Dr. Muhammad Yunus

Ø The head quarter of ADB is-

Ø The only cascade of Bangladesh is
=Madhubkunda cascade

Ø Who build Lalbag Fort-
=Shayesta Khan

Ø The first gas field has invented

Ø Who is the architect of national monument?
=Mainul hossain

Ø The historical ‘D-Day’ is related with
=Second world war

Ø 1st Baishakh is generally celebrated on which English calendar date?
=14th April

Ø Central bank of Malaysia
=Bank Negara Malaysia

Ø The smallest admistrative unite in the cities of Bangladesh is

Ø The nearest planet to the Sun

Ø Which organization of the world Bank is known as the Soft loan window?

Ø National game of China
=Table Tenis

Ø Which bacteria causes plague?
=Yarsenia pestig

Ø The world’s top natural gas exporter country

Ø Who is the founder of Rotary International?
=Paul harries

Ø The river Padma entered Bangladesh through

Ø The name of Nepal’s Parliament is

Ø Bush house located in

Ø Catalan is the language of

Ø India house located in

Ø Where is swimming easier?

Ø Asian cup football tournament was started in 1956
PATC is situated at

Ø The nearest mile, the distance covered in marathon run
=26 miles

Ø E-commerce, here E is stands for-

Ø Hepatitis-C increases the risk of
=Liver cancer

Ø In which year Bangladesh become a member of commonwealth?

Ø The oldest private foreign bank of our country
=Standard Chartered Bank

Ø Where was no fly zone?

Ø The name of the first central bank of the world
=Bank of England

Ø Who is the founder of Camilla BARD?
=Akter Hamid Khan

Ø Bosnia Herzegovina is a former province of

Ø Dahgram chitmahal is situated in

Ø The Muslim man who win the first Nobel Prize?
=Anwar Sadat (Egypt)

Ø Which is the longest river of Asia?

Ø Name of the canal/strait joining the Red sea &with the Mediterranean sea?

Ø What is the previous name of Sonargaon?

Ø Currency of Malaysia

Ø What is the main element of tooth pest?
=Soap & powder

Ø The shortest wave length is
=Gamma ray

Ø Bangla Academy was established in the year of-

Ø The coldest planet in the solar system

Ø Bangladesh & Myanmar are divided by the river of-

Ø The information highway is known as

Ø Where is wall street?
=New York

Ø National game of Bangladesh

Ø Who is the architect of mishuk?
=Hamiduzzaman khan

Ø A plce where secondary share & securities are traded is
=Stock Exchange

Ø What is the raw materils of uria fertilizer?

Ø The largest tribe in Bangladesh is

Ø Which harmful ray is emitted from colour television?

Ø The capital of united Arab Emirates
=Abu Dhabi

Ø Which is the earthquake detection device?

Ø The capital of Kyrgyzstan

Ø Dhaka district consists of
=17 districts

Ø The first climber of Mount Everest
=Tenzing Norgay & Edmund Hillary

Ø Which area is famous for Monipuri dance?

Ø Father of modern Economics
=P. Samuelson

Ø USB stands for-
=Universal Serial Bus

Ø World Human Right Day
=10 December

Ø Where is Bandung?

Ø The most light gas is

Ø From which date Fiscal year starts in Bangladesh?
=1st July

Ø Grameen Bank started as a Bank in

Ø Which Asian country included in OPEC?

Ø How many Vitamins in human body?

Ø Which statesman received Nobel prize for Literary work?
=W Churchill

Ø The code name of natural protein Protein

Ø Israel occupied Jerusalem in the year of

Ø Plebes cite is a term related to

Ø Where is the headquarter of Food and Agriculture organization?

Ø Largest coffee producing country is

Ø Which devise detects the speed of aero plane?
=Taco meter

Ø Which type of Bank account does not pay any Bank interest?
=Current account

Ø Akaba is the Sea-port of

Ø The Armed forces Day is observed in Bangladesh on
=November 21

Ø Who is the first secretary general of UN?
=Trygve Liet

Ø The judiciary of Bangladeshwas separated in
=1 November

Ø Where is historical city Troy?

Ø The widest river of Bangladesh
=The Jamuna

Ø First world cup football was held in the year of

Ø Which international organization has declared 21st February as the international mother language day?

Ø First world cup cricket was held in the year of

Ø Who is the proponent of Bureaucracy?
=Max weber

Ø DVD stands for-
=Digital versetile disc

Ø Who is the head of the Government of Bangladesh?
=Prime minister

Ø Main language of Afghanistan?

Ø London stands on the river of

Ø The hazardous metallic pollution in the air of Dhaka city is

Ø The currency of Russia is-

Ø Which is the oldest university of the world?

Ø Where is the factory of making arms in Bangladesh?

Ø National sports of Pakistan
=Field Hockey

Ø What is the new name of solsbery?

Ø Winter Olympic was started in

Ø WAN stands for-
=Wide Area Network

Ø The head quarter of ANZUS is

Ø Begum rokeya was born in the district of

Ø What is the former name of Indonesia?
=Dutch east India

Ø When was EC formed?

Ø Where was Pablo Picaso born?

Ø Who invented phonograph?

Ø “Government of the people, by the people, for the people” was observed by-
=Abraham lincon

Ø IMF gives loan for-
=Correcting unfavourable balance of payment

Ø “Give me a good mother, I will give you a good nation’’ was observed by-

Ø Lima is the capital of-

Ø Another name of vitamin C is-
=Ascorbic acid

Ø The capital of Australia is-

Ø The currency of Kuwait is-

Ø Where is Angel waterfall?

Ø Babri mosque of India was destroyed in the year-

Ø Where IRRI is located?

Ø What is Reuters?
=A news agency

Ø Which of the following has crossed Bangladesh?
=Tropic of cancer

Ø When was the National flag of Bangladesh raised? Where? Who?
=2nd March, 1971. In Dhaka university at a student gathering. A.S.M. Abdur Rob

Ø Desiner of the flag?
=Kamrul Hasan

Ø What is the measure of the bangladesh flag?

Ø Our national flag is similar to-

Ø What is the political sea area of bangladesh?
=12 nautical miles
What is the leanth of the Cox’s Bazar sea-shore?
=155 km

Ø What is the Battle anthem of bangladesh? It’s belonging to the poetry book? who is the composer?
=Go, Go, Go, Sanda, K. Nazrul Islam

Ø How many lines are set with musical instrument on any occasion?
=First 21 lines

Ø How many lines are in our Nationl anthem?
=First 10 lines

Ø Which metal is heavier, silver or gold?

Ø How many legs do butterflies have?

Ø Which is the country with the most people?

Ø Which state is the biggest in the US?

Ø Which country has the largest area of land?

Ø Which indoor sport is the most popular in the US?

Ø Which golf player's mother is from Thailand?
=Tiger Woods

Ø What is the sport in which you could get into a headlock?

Ø In which country was golf first played?

Ø Which is the sport where you could be out ‘leg before wicket’, or ‘hit a six’?

Ø When did baseball originate in the US?
=19th Century

Ø Which is the sport wherein you would use a 'sand iron'?

Ø What is the largest mammal in the world?
=Blue Whale

Ø Which is the country where reggae music originated?

Ø Who was the creator of Jeeves and Wooster?
=P.G. Wodehouse

Ø Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

Ø Who was the writer of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland?
=Lewis Carroll

Ø After which famous person was the teddy bear named?
=Theodore Roosevelt

Ø Which is the smallest ocean in the world?
=Arctic Ocean

Ø What is the rhino’s horn made of?

Ø "History is Bunk" was said by
=Henry Ford.

Ø The term 'astrology' literally means
=Star Speech.

Ø Togo is situated in

Ø Coal is also known as
=Black Diamond.

Ø The first Boxer to win 3 gold medals in Olympics was
=Laszlo Papp.

Ø The first ruler who started war games for his soldiers was
=Genghis Khan.

Ø The first cross word puzzle in the world was published in 1924 by
=London Sunday Express

Ø The lightest known metal is

Ø The Atacama Desert is located in
=North Chile.

Ø The oil used to preserve timber is
=Creosote oil.

Ø The founder of USA was
=George Washington.

Ø The first talkie feature film in USA was
='The Jazz Singer'.

Ø The chemical name of laughing gas is
=Nitrous oxide.

Ø The US state Mississippi is also known as
=Tar Heel state.

Ø The US state Indiana is also known as
=Volunteer state.

Ø The US state Missouri is also known as
=Hoosier state.

Ø The US state West Virginia is also known as
=Blue Grass state.

Ø The US state known as 'Pine Free State' is

Ø The US state known as 'Mountain state' is

Ø The US state known as 'Land of 1000 Lakes' is

Ø The popular detective character created by Agatha Christie is
=Hercule Poirot.

Ø The Pakistani President who died in an air crash was

Ø Yankee is the nickname of

Ø The International court of Justice is located in
=Hague, Holland.

Ø The headquarters of World Bank is located at
=Washington DC.

Ø Victoria Falls was discovered by
=David Livingstone.

Ø The technique to produce the first test tube baby was evolved by
=Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards.

Ø The oldest residential university of Britain is the
=Oxford University.

Ø The name of the large clock on the tower of the House of Parliament in London is called
Ø =Big Ben.

Ø Prado Museum is located in

Ø The number of keys in an ordinary piano is
=Eighty eight.

Ø 'Man is a Tool Making Animal' was said by
=Benjamin Franklin.

Ø The term 'anesthesia' was coined by
=Oliver Wendell Holmes.

Ø The first man to reach Antarctica was
=Fabian Gottlieb.

Ø The Kilimanjaro volcano is situated in

Ø The invention that is considered to have built America is

Ø Words that contains all the vowels:
=Authentication, Remuneration, Education, Automobile, Miscellaneous and many more.

Ø Words that contain all the vowels in order:
=Facetious and Abstemious.

Ø Words that contain all the vowels in reverse order:
=Uncomplimentary, Unproprietary, Unoriental and Subcontinental.

Ø Words with no vowel in them:
=Myth, Fly, Sky, Dry, Cry, Rhythm, Crypt.

Ø Which country declares independence on 18th Feb 2008?

Ø Who was the founder of the kindergarten education system?
=German educator Friedrich Froebel.

Ø What is the scientific name of Vitamin C?
=Ascorbic Acid

Ø What is the full form of GPRS?
=General Packet Radio Service

Ø Which was the first university established in the world?
=Nalanda University

Ø What is full form of CEO, CFO & CIO titles?
=Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Information Officer.

Ø The largest museum in the world is
=The American Museum of Natural History.

Ø The lowest mountain range in the world is
=The Buena Bhaile.

Ø The country known as the Land of Cakes is

Ø The place known as the Garden of England is

Ø The tallest tower in the world is the
=C. N. Tower, Toronto, Canada.

Ø The country famous for its fish catch is

Ø The old name of Taiwan was

Ø Montreal is situated on the bank of River

Ø The city of Bonn is situated in

Ø The literal meaning of Renaissance is

Ø Julius Caesar was killed by

Ø The title of Desert Fox was given to
=Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.

Ø The largest airport in the world is the
=King Khalid International Airport, Saudi Arabia.

Ø The city in Russia which faced an earthquake in the year 1998 was

Ø The largest bay in the world is
=Hudson Bay, Canada.

Ø The largest peninsula in the world is

Ø The largest gulf in the world is
=Gulf of Mexico.

Ø The tallest statue in the world is the
=Motherland, Volgograd Russia.

Ø The largest railway tunnel in the world is
=The Oshimizu Tunnel, Japan.

Ø The world's loneliest island is
=The Tristan da cunha.

Ø The word 'Quiz' was coined by
=Jim Daly Irishman.

Ø The original meaning of 'Quiz' was

Ø The busiest shopping centre of London is
=Oxford Street.

Ø The residence of the Queen in London is
=Buckingham Palace.

Ø Adolf Hitler was born in

Ø The country whose National Anthem has only music but no words is

Ø The largest cinema in the world is
=The Fox theatre, Detroit, USA.

Ø The country where there are no Cinema theatres is
=Saudi Arabia.

Ø The world's tallest office building is the
=Sears Tower, Chicago.

Ø In the year 1811, Paraguay became independent from

Ø The cross word puzzle was invented by
=Arthur Wynne.

Ø The city which was the capital of the ancient Persian Empire was

Ø WHO stands for
=World Health Organization.

Ø WHO (World Health Organization) is located at

Ø FAO stands for
=Food and Agriculture Organization.

Ø FAO is located at
=Rome and London.

Ø UNIDO stands for
=United Nations Industrial Development Organization.

Ø UNIDO is located at

Ø WMO stands for
=World Meteorological Organization.

Ø WMO is located at

Ø International Civil Aviation Organization is located at

Ø The Angel Falls is located in

Ø The Victoria Falls is located in

Ø Ice Cream was discovered by
=Gerald Tisyum.

Ø The number regarded as lucky number in Italy is

Ø Napoleon suffered from alurophobia which means
=Fear of cats.

Ø The aero planes were used in war for the first time by
=Italians. (14 Oct.1911)

Ø Slavery in America was abolished by
=Abraham Lincoln.

Ø The Headquarters of textile manufacturing in England is

Ø The famous Island located at the mouth of the Hudson River is

Ø The founder of plastic industry was
=Leo Hendrik Baekeland.

Ø The country where military service is compulsory for women is

Ø The country which has more than 10,000 golf courses is

Ø The famous painting 'Mona Lisa' is displayed at
=Louvre museum, Paris.

Ø The earlier name for tomato was
=Love apple.

Ø The first President of USA was
=George Washington.

Ø The famous words 'Veni Vidi Vici' were said by
=Julius Caesar.

Ø The practice of sterilization of surgical instruments was introduced by
=Joseph Lister.

Ø The number of countries which participated in the first Olympic Games held at Athens was

Ø Mercury is also known as
=Quick Silver.

Ø Disneyland is located in
=California, USA.

Ø The country which built the first powerful long range rockets is

Ø Sewing Machine was invented by
=Isaac M. Singer.

Ø Adding Machine was invented by

Ø The national emblem of Spain is

Ø Archimedes was born in

Ø The largest temple in the world is
=Angkor Wat in Kampuchea.

Ø The largest dome in the world is
=Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, USA.

Ø The largest strait in the world is
=Tartar Strait.

Ø The Mohenjo-Daro ruins are found in
=Larkand District of Sind, Pakistan.

Ø The largest city of Africa is

Ø The founder of KODAK Company was

Ø The Cape of Good Hope is located in
=South Africa.

Ø The Heathrow Airport is located in

Ø The neon lamp was invented by
=Georges Claude.

Ø The last letter of the Greek alphabet is

Ø The place known as the land of Lincoln is

Ø The US state Utah is also known as
=Beehive state.

Ø The Kalahari Desert is located in

Ø The Patagonian desert is located in

Ø The person known as the father of aeronautics is
=Sir George Cayley.

Ø The most densely populated Island in the world is

Ø The two nations Haiti and the Dominion Republic together form the Island of

Ø The largest auto producer in the USA is
=General Motors.

Ø The largest auto producing nation is

Ø The famous ‘General Motors’ company was founded by
=William Durant.

Ø The country that brings out the FIAT is

Ø The first actor to win an Oscar was
=Emil Jannings.

Ø The first animated colour cartoon of full feature length was
=Snow White and Seven Dwarfs.

Ø The first demonstration of a motion picture was held at

Ø The first country to issue stamps was

Ø The actor who is considered as the biggest cowboy star of the silent movies is
=Tom Mix.

Ø The Pentagon is located at
=Washington DC.

Ø The world's largest car manufacturing company is
=General Motors, USA.

Ø The world's biggest manufacturer of bicycles is
=Hero cycles, Ludhiana.

Ø The world's oldest underground railway is at

Ø The White House was painted white to hide
=fire damage.

Ø The largest oil producing nation in Africa is

Ø The longest river in Russia and Europe is
=Volga River.

Ø The first Emperor of Germany was

Ø The last French Monarch was
=Louis Napoleon III.

Ø The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was
=Mujibur Rehman

Ø The longest river in the world is the

Ø The longest highway in the world is the

Ø The longest highway in the world has a length of
=About 8000 km

Ø The highest mountain in the world is the

Ø The biggest desert in the world is the
=Sahara desert

Ø The largest coffee growing country in the world is

Ø The country also known as "country of Copper" is

Ø The name given to the border which separates Pakistan and Afghanistan is
=Durand line

Ø The river Volga flows out into the
=Caspian sea

Ø The coldest place on the earth is
=Verkoyansk in Siberia

Ø The country which ranks second in terms of land area is

Ø The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is

Ø The river Jordan flows out into the
=Dead sea

Ø The biggest delta in the world is the
=Ganges Delta

Ø The capital city that stands on the river Danube is

Ø The Japanese call their country as

Ø The length of the English channel is
=564 kilometres

Ø The world's oldest known city is

Ø The city which is also known as the City of Canals is

Ø The country in which river Wangchu flows is

Ø The biggest island of the world is

Ø The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is
=Detroit, USA

Ø The country which is the largest producer of manganese in the world is
=China & South Africa

Ø The country which is the largest producer of rubber in the world is

Ø The country which is the largest producer of tin in the world is

Ø The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the
=Amazon River

Ø The city which was once called the `Forbidden City' was

Ø The country called the Land of Rising Sun is

Ø Mount Everest was named after
=Sir George Everest

Ø The volcano Vesuvius is located in

Ø The country known as the Sugar Bowl of the world is

Ø The length of the Suez Canal is
=162.5 kilometers

Ø The lowest point on earth is
=The coastal area of Dead sea

Ø The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of

Ø The largest ocean of the world is the
=Pacific ocean

Ø The largest bell in the world is the
=Tsar Kolkol at Kremlin, Moscow

Ø The biggest stadium in the world is the
=Strahov Stadium, Prague

Ø The world's largest diamond producing country is
=South Africa

Ø Australia was discovered by
=James Cook

Ø The first Governor General of Pakistan is
=Mohammed Ali Jinnah

Ø Dublin is situated at the mouth of river

Ø The earlier name of New York city was
=New Amsterdam

Ø The Eifel tower was built by
=Alexander Eiffel

Ø The Red Cross was founded by
=Jean Henri Durant

Ø The country which has the greatest population density is

Ø The national flower of Britain is

Ø Niagara Falls was discovered by
=Louis Hennepin

Ø The national flower of Italy is

Ø The national flower of China is

Ø The permanent secretariat of the SAARC is located at

Ø The gateway to the Gulf of Iran is
=Strait of Hormuz

Ø The first Industrial Revolution took place in

Ø World Environment Day is observed on
=5th June

Ø The first Republican President of America was
=Abraham Lincoln

Ø The country famous for Samba dance is

Ø The name of Alexander's horse was

Ø Singapore was founded by
=Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles

Ø The famous British one-eyed Admiral was

Ø The earlier name of Sri Lanka was

Ø The UNO was formed in the year

Ø UNO stands for
=United Nations Organization

Ø The independence day of South Korea is celebrated on
=15th August

Ø 'Last Judgment' was the first painting of an Italian painter named

Ø In the solar system the remotest, smallest & coldest planet is
=Neptune, Mercury & Mars

Ø Paradise Regained was written by
=John Milton

Ø An European country only where penalty is yet effective

Ø The first President of Egypt was
=Mohammed Nequib

Ø Name of the highest statue of the world
=Ushiku Amida Buddha

Ø The first man to reach North Pole was
=Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary

Ø The most famous painting of Pablo Picasso was

Ø The largest university of the world
=Riyadh Women’s University

Ø The primary producer of newsprint in the world is

Ø Line of control is a boundary line of
=India & Pakistan

Ø The first explorer to reach the South Pole was
=Cap. Ronald Amundson

Ø Football entered into Olympic in

Ø The person who is called the father of modern Italy is

Ø The national game of UK

Ø World literacy day is celebrated on
=8th September

Ø The Currency of Brunei is
=Brunei dollar

Ø The founder of modern Germany is

Ø ‘Port Blayer’ island is in
=Indian island

Ø The country known as the land of the midnight sun is

Ø Board of investment was established in

Ø The place known as the Roof of the world is

Ø BIBM stands for
=Bangladesh Institution of Bank Management

Ø The founder of the Chinese Republic was
=San Yat Sen

Ø The famous musician, who sang for our liberation war in1971
=George Harrison

Ø The first Pakistani to receive the Nobel Prize was
=Abdul Salam

Ø Brass is a compound of
Ø =Copper & Zinc

Ø The first woman Prime Minister of Britain was
=Margaret Thatcher

Ø A cardiologist treats patients with
=Heart problem

Ø The first Secretary General of the UNO was
=Trygve Lie

Ø Name of the nearest planet is

Ø The sculptor of the statue of Liberty was
=Frederick Auguste Bartholdi

Ø longitude°Time distance for 1
=4 minutes

Ø The port of Baku is situated in

Ø John F Kennedy was assassinated by
=Lee Harvey Oswald

Ø Name of the central Bank of Maldives
=Maldives monetary Authority

Ø The largest river in France is

Ø world’s largest railway station is
=Grand Central Terminal

Ø The Queen of England who married her brother-in-law was
=Catherine of Aragon

Ø The capital of Brunei is
=Bandar Seri Begawan

Ø The first black person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize was
=Ralph Johnson Bunche

Ø Magsaysay Award is given from

Ø The first British University to admit women for degree courses was
=London University

Ø Currency of Ghana

Ø The principal export of Jamaica is

Ø Last King of Afghanistan
=Mohammad Zahir Shah

Ø New York is popularly known as the city of

Ø Title of autobiography of US Secretary State Hillary Clinton is
=Living History

Ø Madagascar is popularly known as the Island of

Ø Maritime route from Europe to Indian Subcontinent was discovered by
=Vasca Da Gama

Ø The country known as the Land of White Elephant is

Ø Bangladesh is an independent country was recognized first African country

Ø The country known as the Land of Morning Calm is

Ø Minimum age requirement to be the President & the Prime Minister of Bangladesh is-
=35 & 25

Ø The country known as the Land of Thunderbolts is

Ø President can appoint election commissioner power of the constitution

Ø The highest waterfalls in the world is the
=Salto Angel Falls, Venezuela

Ø Bangladesh formally enters the age of WiMAX
=21 July, 2009

Ø The largest library in the world is the
=United States Library of Congress, Washington DC

Ø Establishment year of NAPE

Ø The author of Harry Potter Books is
=JK Rowling

Ø Establishment year of University Grand Commission is
=16 December,1972

Ø Nickname of New York city is
=Big Apple

Ø Women world cup cricket starts in

Ø What do you call a group of sheep?
=A Flock of Sheep

Ø Establishment year of IMF
=1 July, 1944

Ø In which sport do players take long and short corners?

Ø Establishment year of IBRD
=1 July,1944

Ø Who was the youngest President of the USA?
=Theodore Roosevelt

Ø Asian Develop Bank starts its programs in
=19 December, 1966

Ø How many legs do butterflies have?
=6 Legs & 2 Pair of Wings

Ø Currency of Vatican city


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