General knowledge quiz 383

By | July 29, 2018

One lakh general knowledge MCQ questions answers

Question 1
Which was the last of these Woody Allen movies to be released?
A
Annie Hall
B
Sleeper
C
Bullets Over Broadway
D
Hannah and Her Sisters
Question 1 Explanation: 
Bullets Over Broadway
Question 2
In what sport would you find a beltman?
A
Ice hockey
B
Rugby Union
C
Baseball
D
Surf lifesaving
Question 2 Explanation: 
Surf lifesaving
Question 3
Name the application has been introduced by on demand healthcare service provider partnered with Spice Digital to launch a doctor on call service on BSNL Network?
A
HELP
B
SERVICE
C
CALL
D
VISIT
Question 3 Explanation: 
VISIT is an on-demand healthcare service provider, had partnered with Spice Digital to launch a doctor on call service on BSNL network and plans to tie-up with other telecom players to go national. The service, called 'JIYO Behtar Expert Talk Health Line', had already been made live in North Zone with state-run BSNL as the first telecom partner.
Question 4
For the first time in India, government has appointed transgenders community in which railway station?
A
New Delhi
B
Lucknow
C
Kochi
D
Mumbai
Question 4 Explanation: 
Kochi
Question 5
Which river runs through the cities of Shanghai, Chongqing, Jingzhou, Yangzhou and Nantong?
A
Po
B
Rhine
C
Yangtze
D
Missouri
Question 5 Explanation: 
Yangtze
Question 6
Which of these facts about The Beatles' album cover Help! (1965) is not true?
A
All of the pictures are reversed, and the images on the original US album are out of order
B
It was originally going to show them signaling "HELP" but the letters did not look good graphically
C
The first cover shot for the album was four dogs, with the Beatles' heads graphically attached
D
The message is supposed to be "LPUS" ("help us")
Question 6 Explanation: 
The first cover shot for the album was four dogs, with the Beatles' heads graphically attached
Question 7
Why is the scarlet pimpernel, a low-growing annual plant found in Europe, Asia and North America, known as 'the poor man's barometer' and 'the poor man's weatherglass'?
A
The petals fall off when it rains
B
The flowers close when atmospheric pressure decreases and bad weather is approaching
C
The seeds rattle in the slightest wind
D
The flowers only open when 8 hours of daylight is expected
Question 7 Explanation: 
The flowers close when atmospheric pressure decreases and bad weather is approaching
Question 8
The holding of what is particularly influenced by infestations of Cameraria ohridella, a species of leaf miner moth, in the UK?
A
The Chelsea Flower Show
B
The World Conker Championship
C
The World Snail Championship
D
Harvest festivals
Question 8 Explanation: 
The World Conker Championship
Question 9
Which country became a separate state in 1890 after having been, since 1443, part of Burgundy, Spain, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands?
A
Luxembourg
B
Andorra
C
Liechtenstein
D
Poland
Question 9 Explanation: 
Luxembourg
Question 10
What song is on the soundtrack of the 2009 film "Inglourious Basterds" at the start of the section called "Final Chapter:Revenge of the Giant Face"?
A
"Slaughter" by Billy Preston
B
"The Green Leaves of Summer" by Nick Perito
C
"Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" by David Bowie
D
"Claire's First Appearance" by Jacques Loussier
Question 10 Explanation: 
"Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" by David Bowie
Question 11
What distinguished British scientist did actor Eddie Redmayne portray in the film "The Theory of Everything" (2014)?
A
Francis Crick
B
Alan Turing
C
Stephen Hawking
D
Charles Darwin
Question 11 Explanation: 
Stephen Hawking
Question 12
For over 500 years, paper was only available and sold as single sheets. In 1902, an inventive Australian used half size sheets of paper, a bit of glue and cardboard to create the what?
A
Notepad
B
Calendar
C
Notice Board
D
Telephone Book
Question 12 Explanation: 
Birchall's of Launceston in Tasmania started selling the world's first notepads, calling them 'Silvercity Writing Tablets' after J A Birchall thought it would be a good idea to back sheets of paper with cardboard and glue them together at the top. His British paper suppliers weren't so keen, but, they were persuaded by Birchall that it was a good idea!
Question 13
Where are China's largest natural gas reserves found?
A
Gansu Province
B
Qinghai Province
C
Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
D
Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
Question 13 Explanation: 
Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
Question 14
Rubbing a balloon on one's hair and then sticking it to a wall is an example of what type of electricity?
A
Static
B
Kinetic
C
Magnetic
D
Induced
Question 14 Explanation: 
Static
Question 15
The income of a Bank is chargeable to income tax under..........of Income Tax Act, 1961
A
Section 28
B
Section 29
C
Section 31
D
Section 32
Question 15 Explanation: 
The income of a Bank is chargeable to income tax under section 28[Profits and Gains of Business Profession]of Income Tax Act, 1961.
Question 16
What year did seven Manchester United footballers die in an air disaster at Munich airport, was Canadian Football League officially established in its current form, and the International Petanque Federation founded in Marseille?
A
1958
B
1988
C
1928
D
1908
Question 16 Explanation: 
1958
There are 16 questions to complete.

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