One lakh general knowledge MCQ questions answers
In December 1981 an estimated 35 million watched a live satellite transmission of a Rod Stewart concert at the Los Angeles Forum; this was the first broadcast of its kind for how many years?
None, it was the first
Question 1 Explanation:
What country has an official residence called Blair House, kept for guests of the leader of the country?
Question 2 Explanation:
What is the name for a poem of 14 lines that first appeared when written by Giacomo da Lentini in 1220, for which various rhyme schemes were developed?
Question 3 Explanation:
Dr. Digamber Singh related to
Question 4 Explanation:
Former BJP minister Dr Digamber Singh passed away due to multiple organ failure, in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He was taken to Jaipur's Eternal Heart Care Centre (EHCC) on 18th October 2017 because of chest pain. He died due to multiple organ failure. He is survived by wife Asha Singh and son Dr Shailesh Singh. His body was cremated with full state honours at Dr Digamber Singh Nursing College. The Rajasthan state government announced state mourning for a day in Bharatpur.
What was the first Olympics to be boycotted by nations that had previously competed?.
Melbourne (1956 )
Munich (1972 )
Question 5 Explanation:
Melbourne (1956 )
Who is the nursery rhyme gardener?
Little Bo Peep
The Little Mermaid
Question 6 Explanation:
Who won an Oscar for directing "Slumdog Millionaire", which also won an Oscar for Best Picture?
Question 7 Explanation:
What territory was sold by Russia under Tsar Alexander II in 1867, for about 1.9 per acre ($4.74/km^2$), a total of US $7.2 million?
Question 8 Explanation:
Jwala Gutta is related to..........
Question 9 Explanation:
Badminton:Jwala Gutta is a badminton ace of mixed Chinese-Indian origin who has won the National Badminton Championship seven times
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, what were the family of Bill, Bob, Barry, John, Susan and Paul known as?
The Brady Bunch
The Partridge Family
Question 10 Explanation:
If the defaulter bank continues to default on the next working day, then the rate of penal interest can be increased to..........per annum above the Bank Rate
Question 11 Explanation:
If the defaulter bank continues to default on the next working day, then the rate of penal interest can be increased to 5% per annum above the Bank Rate.
Online investment platform, FundsIndia.com, has partnered with which private sector lender, to launch Unified Payments Interface (UPI) on its Android app for mutual fund payments?
Union Bank of India
Question 12 Explanation:
Online investment platform, FundsIndia.com, has partnered with private sector lender, YES BANK to launch Unified Payments Interface (UPI) on its Android app for mutual fund payments.On account of this tie-up, FundsIndia has become the first online mutual fund distributor to support UPI for client payments. UPI facilitates instant processing of payments and is currently the fastest way to complete mutual fund transactions as compared to National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT), Net Banking and other payment methods.To use this feature, a Virtual Payment Address (VPA) is required. FundsIndia users can create their own VPA on the FundsIndia Android app (backed by Yes Bank's engine). Thereafter the user has to link the VPA with his/her bank account.Funds India's UPI integration supports payments from 58 banks
What is the name of the recording studio and record label established by Ray and Dave Davies, members of the British group "The Kinks"?
Question 13 Explanation:
The Indian Agriculture Research Institute was located in..........
Question 14 Explanation:
New Delhi:The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) commonly known as Pusa Institute is India's premier national Institute for agricultural research, education and extension.It was located in New Delhi
On whose book did Walt Disney base his 1940 feature film "Pinocchio"?
L. Frank Baum
Mary Mapes Dodge
Question 15 Explanation:
Who sings the theme song for the UK TV series "New Tricks"?
Question 16 Explanation:
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