Wednesday, September 24, 2014

General Knowledge Question and Answer - 24-09-2014


  1. What is Odaynophagia?
  2. At what speed can a sloth run?
  3. Which political leader became Known as the Gandhi of America?
  4. Derived from Spanish, Juntia is used to describe a revolutionary government. What does Juntia literally mean?
  5. Which is the biggest shark? This largest of all fishes doesn't attack human beings.
  6. What poem written in praise of someone or something known as?
  7. Diet is Japan's parliament. What is its upper chamber called?
  8. Which echinoderm (marine invertebrate) can regenerate and develop into complete new individual from a single disjointed arm?
  9. Why is it supposed to be easier to Swim in sea water than in rivers?
  10. What is a male sheep called?



  1. Painful Swallowing.
  2. It cannot run at all. it crawls at less than one mile an hour.
  3. martin Luther King, Jr.
  4. Council.
  5. Whale shark.
  6. An ode.
  7. House of peers.
  8. Starfish.
  9. Because density of sea water is higher than river water staying afloat in it is that much easier.
  10. Ram.
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Sunday, September 21, 2014

General Knowledge Questions & Answer - 22-09-2014


  1. In Chittagong, Bangladesh, What are turtles fed with by devotees?
  2. In which part of the body does the stunk produce its foul - smelling spray?
  3. What are components of high molecular weight called?
  4. Medically speaking, what is CTR?
  5. Which philosopher defined man as a two - legged animal without feathers?
  6. Which English footballer has a career record of scoring 49 goals?
  7. What is fresco painting?
  8. What is a small independent state between two hostile larger ones, thought to lessen the chances of war between them, called?
  9. Which revolution of 1688 is given the name of bloodless (or) Glorious Revolution?
  10. Name the player who brought out an aluminum bat in a cricket Test match.


  1. Raw cow's lung.
  2. Under its tail.
  3. Polymers.
  4. Cardio pulmonary resuscitation, for sudden collapse.
  5. Plato.  
  6. Boddy Charlton.
  7. Technique of applying paint onto damp freshly laid plaster.
  8. A buffer state.
  9. The English Revolution (Name given to the events of 1688 - 89 during which James 11, unpopular convert to Catholicism, fled from England and William 111 and Mary 11 were established by parliament as joint monarchs. The title celebrates the bloodlessness of the event and the assertion of the constitutional importance of parliament).
  10. Dennis Lillee of Australia.
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Friday, September 19, 2014

General Knowledge Questions & Answers


  1. Name the female singer who took religion to the top of the pop scene?
  2. The following is the opening lines of which novel? It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife?
  3. Who captained England in three football world cups?
  4. The English words canyon, patio and rodeo  are borrowed from which European language?
  5. In which country was Germany's Adolf Hitler born?
  6. Which tiny country is completely bounded by south Africa?
  7. Who were the rival captains in Srilanka's inaugural cricket test match?
  8. Name the first European to invade India?
  9. Laos is a republic in SE Asia. What are the two major languages of Laos?
  10. What is the study of weather and climate called?


  1. Lena Martel with her number One Day at a Time
  2. Jane Austen's pride and prejudice
  3. Billy Wright (1950, 54 & 58)
  4. Spanish
  5. Austria
  6. Lesotho
  7. Bandula Warnapura for Sri lanka and Keith Fletcher for England
  8. Alexander the great of Macedonia Greece
  9. Laotian and French
  10. Meteorology
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Thursday, September 18, 2014

General Knowledge Question & Answer - 19-09-2014


  1. In which Middle East country were golden hamsters first discovered in the world?
  2. Which England Test Cricketer was a psychotherapist?
  3. Which animal looks like it has a black coat with a white blanket flung over it?
  4. How many characters are there in Tolstoy's War and place?
  5. Name the two renowned ballet theaters of Russia?
  6. Name the first spaghetti western i.e. a cowboy film made by Italian director in Europe?
  7. Alfred Nobel invented dynamite. What did his father invent?
  8. The Cameroons have been colonial territories of which countries?
  9. What was unique about the 1927 film The Jazz Singer?
  10. Who won the 5,000 and 10,000 meters as well as the marathon in the same Olympics? 


  1. Syria.
  2. Mike Brearley.
  3. The Malay tapir.
  4. More than 500.
  5. The Bolshoi and the Kirov.
  6. A fistful of dollars.
  7. Plywood.
  8. Germany, Britain, France.
  9. It was the first full - length talking picture.
  10. Email Zatopek.
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Monday, September 15, 2014

General Knowledge Question & Answer - 16-09-2014


  1. The highly poisonous Russell's viper is native to which part of the world?
  2. To which British Island in the south Atlantic was Napoleon exiled on June 18, 1815?
  3. Which mammal delivers more young in one litter than any other?
  4. What is said to be theoretically produced during nuclear reactions when the positive charges for protons and the negative charges for electrons are reversed?
  5. What are the parts of the large intestine?
  6. How many US presidents have been assassinated?
  7. Which bird family does the jay belong to?
  8. Name the republic of the former USSR where people are known to live to an extraordinary age?
  9. What trophy is at stake in a cricket test series between England and the West indies?
  10. What is the young one of a goose known as?


  1. Indian Subcontient.
  2. St Helena.
  3. The tailless hedgehog or tenrec of Madagascar (about 25 in one litter).
  4. Anti matter
  5. Ascending, transverse and descending colon, rectum.
  6. Four
  7. The crew. 
  8. Georgia.
  9. The Wisden Trophy.
  10. Gosling.
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Thursday, September 11, 2014

General Knowledge Question & Answer - 12-09-2014


  1. The disease pneumonia refers to inflammation of which part of the body?
  2. What is the principal monetary unit of Romania?
  3. What is the study of punishment of crime and of prison management called?
  4. What is aerographics  the study?
  5. which planet did French astronomer Urbain Jean Leverrier help discover?
  6. In which Italian city was Mussolini's body hung up publicly by partisans?
  7. What is Perimetry?
  8. Which Hungarian king is also regarded as the apostle of Hungary?
  9. Which central and South America tree - dwelling anteater  has a long prehensile tail?
  10. Where did Japan sign the peace Treaty With 48 countries in 1951

  1. The lungs
  2. Leu
  3. Penology
  4. Atmospheric conditions
  5. Neptune. It was discovered in 1846 by Johann Galle within 1 deg of the position predicted and sent to him by Leverrier. L. based his surmise on the observed irregularities in the motion of the Urauns (John Couch Adams too is credited with the same prediction arrived at independently)
  6. Milan
  7. Determination of the visual field
  8. King Stephen
  9. The Tamandua
  10. San Francisco.
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Monday, September 8, 2014

General Knowledge Questions & Answers - 09-09-2014


  1. What does the Latin phrase non composmentis mean?
  2. What is an animal having eight limbs called?
  3. In which ancient country were cats wor - shipped?
  4. In biological terms what is rust?
  5. Which was Napoleon 's most brilliant victory in 1805 against Austria and Russia, sometimes called the battle of the three emperors?
  6. What is the emission of light by an organism called?
  7. Name the world's smallest mammal?
  8. Among cricketers to take 200 test wickets who has the worst bowling average?
  9. April, the fourth month of the year is derived, from a Latin verb. What does 'April' mean?
  10. Which is smallest living bird?
  1. Insane.
  2. Octopad, e.g .octopus.
  3. Egypt.
  4. A disease caused by fungus in wheat plants.
  5. Battle of Austerlitz (fought in Moravia, Czechoslovakia).
  6. Bioluminescence.
  7. The pygmy shrew.
  8. Gary sobers: 235 wickets @ 34.03.
  9. To open; referring to the opening of spring bluds.
  10. The bee hummingbird.
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Thursday, September 4, 2014

General Knowledge Questions & Answer - 05-09-2014


  1.  Name the two chief diets of the squirrel monkey?
  2. In physics, what is a quark?
  3. Which animal is related to the suricate (meerkat)?
  4. What is Dutch Treat?
  5. Which English cricketer authored End of an innings?
  6. What are young ones of insects called?
  7. On how many hills is Rome built?
  8. What does the phrase volte face mean?
  9. What is the Brandenburg Gate?
  10. Which English King was forced to sign the Magna Carta?
  1. Fruits and insects.
  2. A particle that is the basic subunit of neutrons and protons.
  3. The yellow mongoose.
  4. Entertainment at which each person pays his own bill.
  5. Denis Compton.
  6. Maggots or wrigglers.
  7. Twenty. 
  8. Complete reversal of opinion.
  9. A triumphal arch erected in Berlin around 1788. It served as the main gate between East and West Berlin.
  10. King John of England was forced by the rebellious bargons to sign the magna Cartain 1215 (It was designed to prohibit arbitrary royal acts by declaring a body of defined law and custom which the king must respect in dealing with all his free subjects. It was of fundamental importance to the constitutional development of England)

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Monday, September 1, 2014

General Knowledge Question and answers - 01-09-2014


  1. Which principal dramatic character is regarded by most critics as the first truly modern character in English literature?
  2. Name the western arm of the Indian Ocean between Yemen and Somalia?
  3. What is the normal cerebral blood flow per 100 grams per minute in human beings?
  4. What is the similarity between a frog and a tarsier? 
  5. What is called Adam's needle?
  6. Which Indian Test cricketer is called Colonel?
  7. What is a state called when its government is an elected one and it does not have a hereditary governor or figurehead?
  8. what is the name of the alloy combining magnesium and aluminium?
  9. How much potassium is present in the human body?
  10. What does anachronism mean?

  1. Hamlet. Hamlet is said to embody the Paralysing consciousness of the modern man.
  2. The Gulf of Aden.
  3. 50 - 55 ml.
  4. Both use their long, Powerful hind legs to jump.
  5. Yucca, a plant with leaves bearing threadlike fibres.
  6. Dilip Vengsarkar.
  7. A republic.
  8. Magnalium.
  9. 3000 - 3500 mg.
  10. A chronological error.