100 Best General Questions and Answers – Best Quiz Questions
1. Who discovered magnetic field of electric current?
2. The moon is a planet or satellite?
3. Which country is the largest producer of rubber?
4. When days and nights are equal throughout the globe?
Answer: When the sun is above equator.
5. Where is The Great Victoria Desert located in?
6. Where is the headquarters of the UNESCO situated?
7. Aspirin is the common name of?
Answer: Acetylsalicylic Acid.
8. What are the dimensions of basketball court for the Olympics and World Tournaments?
Answer: 28m X 15m.
9. Which UN body deals with population problem?
10. From which mineral is radium obtained?
11. What is the capital of Greece?
12. What is the largest flower in the world?
13. Which is the biggest literary award of Britain?
Answer: David Cohen Award.
14. L.P.G. is a hydrocarbon consisting of a mixture of?
Answer: Propane and Butane.
15. What is the longest river on Earth?
Answer: The Nile River.
16. Along with whom did Bill Gates found Microsoft?
Answer: Paul Allen.
17. A device used for increasing the strength of electric signal is called?
18. What is the smallest planet in the Solar System?
19. What is the name of NASA’s most famous space telescope?
Answer: Hubble Space Telescope.
20. “Black Pearl” was the name given to?
21. The Panda belongs to the same family as that of?
22. The intensity of Earthquakes is measured on?
Answer: Richter Scale.
23. The hardest substance available on earth is?
24. Is dolphin a mammal?
25. AIDS stands for?
Answer: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
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26. How many senses a human being has?
27. Diseases which spread by contact are called?
Answer: Contagious diseases.
28. A method of treating cancer or tumor growth using chemicals is known as?
29. How many bones an adult human body has?
30. What is the largest mammal in the world?
Answer: Blue Whale.
31. World’s largest railway station?
Answer: Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York.
32. “Entomology” is the science that studies about?
33. Where is “Garampani” sanctuary located?
Answer: Diphu, Assam, India.
34. Hitler party which came into power in 1933 is known as?
Answer: Nazi Party.
35. FFC stands for?
Answer: Film Finance Corporation.
36. Who was the fastest shorthand writer?
Answer: Dr. G. D. Bist.
37. The term `Knock Out’ is associated with?
38. Who conducted first human heart transplant operation and on whom it as conducted?
Answer: Dr. Christian Bernard on Louis Washkansky in 1967.
39. Who developed the telescope?
40. Who receives “Dronacharya” Award?
Answer: Sports Coaches.
41. Who was the first Indian to be-elected to the British Parliament?
Answer: Dadabhai Naoroji.
42. Headquarters of Amnesty International is at?
43. The Yellow Stone National Park is in?
Answer: U. S. A.
44. When a man circles round the earth in a satellite, then?
Answer: Mass remains constant but weight becomes zero.
45. The weight of an object at the poles is greater than at the equator, why?
Answer: Because Gravitational pull is more at the poles.
46. What was the first metal used by the man?
47. The water in an open pond remains cool even in hot summer because?
Answer: Water absorbs heat less rapidly than the atmosphere.
48. The first Indian to secure a Grandmaster norm in chess is?
Answer: Vishwanathan Anand.
49. The overall length of a Badminton court is?
Answer: 44 feet.
50. The old name of table tennis was?
Answer: Ping Pong.
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51. The intersecting lines drawn on maps and globes are called?
Answer: Geographic grids.
52. Football legend Pele belonged to?
53. Who is the father of Geometry?
54. When the chairmanship/presidency of the UN Security Council rotates among the Council Members?
Answer: Every Month.
55. Where is Permanent Secretariat to coordinate the implementation of SAARC program located?
56. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is located at which place?
57. Amnesty International is an organization associated with which field?
Answer: Protection of human rights.
58. Where is The headquarters of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) located?
59. When World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day get celebrated?
Answer: May 8.
60. Friction can be reduced by?
Answer: Changing from sliding to rolling.
61. Fire temple is the place of worship of which religion?
Answer: Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion).
62. Carbon, diamond and graphite are together called?
63. Permanent hardness of water, due to sulphates of the metal, can be destroyed by the use of?
64. The most potent greenhouse gas is?
Answer: Water Vapor.
65. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a trade agreement under negotiation between?
Answer: European Union and USA.
66. Which is the highest literary award of the world?
Answer: Booker Prize.
67. Which body of UNO gives advisory opinion on legal matters to the bodies and special agencies of the UNO?
Answer: International Court of Justice.
68. When was Mandela inaugurated as first black President?
69. When was table tennis introduced in Olympics?
Answer: 1988 at Seoul.
70. When was Mona Lisa painted by Leonardo da Vinci?
Answer: 1504 AD.
71. Where was the headquarters of European Union located?
72. Where is the headquarters of International Atomic Energy agency located?
73. With which activity is the wall street in New York, U.S.A. associated?
Answer: Banking and Finance.
74. Which civilization is considered as oldest civilization of the world?
Answer: Mesopotamian Civilization.
75. Who is considered as the master of Greek comedy?
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76. Who is known as the father of Modern Medicine?
77. Who is known as Man of Blood and Iron?
78. On which island of France, Napoleon was born?
7 9. Who was the king during the french revolution?
Answer: Louis XVI.
80. ‘Boston Tea Party’ protest was associated with which revolution?
Answer: Revolution of America.
81. Napoleon was exiled to the Saint Helena after the defeat in the war of?
82. Adolf Hitler was also known as?
83. Two Presidents of USA were father and son. What were their names?
Answer: Their names were John Adams & Quincey.
84. Hitler’s secret service was also known as?
85. Who was the last emperor of Rome?
Answer: Romulus Augustus.
86. Florence Nightingale was known as?
Answer: Lady of the Lamp.
87. In 1806, the Holy Roman Empire was dissolved by?
88. Who was the first prime minister of independent Kenya?
Answer: Jomo Kenyatta.
89. During second world war, atomic bombs were dropped in which city of Japan?
90. Who is also known as the Bible of English Constitution?
Answer: Magna Carta.
91. China was also known as?
Answer: Chung hua.
92. Which disease struck Europe in the 14th century?
93. Abraham Lincoln, the American President was a republican from?
94. In 1867, USA purchased Alaska from?
95. King Leopold was from?
96. Adolf Hitler was the dictator of?
97. Pearl Harbour is located in?
98. The 1st person to set foot on Moon was?
Answer: Neil Armstrong.
99. The first British University to admit women for degree courses was?
Answer: London University.
100. How many children did Queen Victoria have?