One lakh general knowledge MCQ questions answers
What were the people who were part of Elvis Presley's entourage known as?
Presley's party people
Question 1 Explanation:
The book 'Sita:Warrior of Mithila' has been written by which author?
Balli Kaur Jaswal
Question 2 Explanation:
Amish Tripathi:Amish Tripathi's latest and second book in the Ramachandra series, Sita:Warrior of Mithila's cover has been released in May 2017
White Label ATM is provided by..........
Question 3 Explanation:
NBFC:Recently approval of 100% FDI for the White Label ATM is given. This is done by NBFC.
The main ingredient in most antifreezes is
Question 4 Explanation:
Ethylene Glycol:Ethylene glycol Source Ethylene glycol is the main ingredient in most antifreeze products.
Which of the following is absent in birds?
Question 5 Explanation:
Urinary bladder:Birds evolved from a diapsid reptile. All known diapsid reptiles (crocodilians, lizards, snakes, and the tuatara) are uricotelic, which means they excrete uric acid as nitrogen waste. Uric acid is insoluble Since birds do not have a separate opening for the urinary tract, both the uric acid and the feces come out of the same opening, the cloaca.
Whose wife, on arriving at his death bed, reportedly shouted "Is the bloody man dead yet?"?
Horatio Lord Nelson
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In Norse mythology, which plant killed the god Baldur?
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Britain of the East is nick name of which country?
Question 8 Explanation:
Japan:Britain of the East-Japan British people have often held the view that Japan is like ''the Britain of the East'', due to certain cultural similarities such as the constitutional monarchy, being an island nation, driving on the left, sense of humour and a perceived emphasis on being polite whilst coming across to others as reserved.
Which chemist, engineer, and armaments manufacturer invented dynamite and a detonator for it and then founded a longstanding series of world prizes for, among other things, promoting peace?
Alfred North Whitehead
Alfred Russel Wallace
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Question 9 Explanation:
Capsule of Tenon is associated with
Question 10 Explanation:
Eyeball:The fascia bulbi (also known as the capsule of Tenon and the bulbar sheath) is a thin membrane which envelops the eyeball from the optic nerve to the limbus
What is a word for giddiness, often associated with a disease of the inner ear?
Question 11 Explanation:
What is the most southerly city, capital of its region, in Chile?
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..........is the process by which the ownership of the credit instrument is transferred from one person to another.
All of the Above
Question 13 Explanation:
In documentary credit, usually the beneficiary's bank which agrees to pay the beneficiary by purchasing a negotiable instrument (importer's or buyer's draft). Also called accrediting party.
Memorial Day, formerly known as Decoration Day, a US federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May to commemorate US men and women who died while in the military service, was first commemorated to honour soldiers in which war?
American Civil War
American War of Independence
World War I
Question 14 Explanation:
American Civil War
What instrument is traditionally played by the leader of an orchestra?
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Which of these countries is north of the equator?
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