Thursday, August 28, 2014

General Knowledge Questions and Answer 29-08-2014

General Knowledge Questions and Answer - 29-08-2014
  1. To which country do the Sunda Islands belong?
  2. Where was the largest ever gold - bearing nugget found? 
  3. Josif Vussarionvich  Djugasshvili Russia adopted the name Stalin in 1913. What does it mean?
  4. Name the two countries where sugar gliders (flying squirrels) are found.
  5. In which year did china join FIFA, the international football association?
  6. Where is the gulf of Bothnia?
  7. What is ochlophobia?
  8. Who was declared Man of the Match in the first one-day cricket cup finals in 1975?
  9. Which hormone stimulates lactation i.e. Production of milk?
  10. Which fish lays the largest eggs?
  1. Indonesia.
  2. In hill end, New South Wales, Australia. It weighs 7,560 ounces (214.32 kg.).
  3. Man of steel.
  4. Australia and New Guinea.
  5. 1954.
  6. Between Finland and Sweden.
  7. Fear of crowds.
  8. Clive Lloyd of the West Indies.
  9. Prolactin.
  10. The whale shark.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

General knowledge question and answer-28-08-2014

General knowledge question and answer-28-08-2014
  1. Which Lizard is limbless, smooth-scaled and resembles a snake?
  2. In Hindu Philosophy, what is Maya?
  3. What are the large open treeless grasslands in south Africa called?
  4. To which order of mammals does the tarsier belong?
  5. Which Uruguay world cup footballer had only one hand?
  6. Name the second largest ocean?
  7. Name the most and the least ductile of metals?
  8. Who led England in a cricket Test after skipper Mike Dennis dropped out because of bad batting from during the 1974-75 series in Australia?
  9. What does Rh (factor) in the blood stand for?
  10. Which is the deepest point in the Atlantic Ocean?
  1. The slow worm.
  2. Illusion, esp. the material world regarded as deceptive and unreal.
  3. The prairies.
  4. Primate (like monkeys, apes, etc.)
  5. Hector Castro.
  6. Atlantic Ocean.
  7. Most ductile: gold; least ductile: lead.
  8. John Edrich.
  9. Rheus - A substance present by inheritance in the blood of most people but not all. It is called so because it was first noted in the rheus monkey.
  10. The Milwaukee Deep (28,374 ft. below the surface).

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

General Knowledge Question And Answer-27-08-2014

General Knowledge Question And Answer-27-08-2014
  1. Which people invented the symbol for zero?
  2. To Which breed of animals do the Korat, manx and Turkish angora belong?
  3. What danger is entailed by the male spider while courting a female?
  4. Who was captain of Brazil's football team when they won the world cup in 1970?
  5. Which part of the grasshopper is first bitten off by a squirrel?
  6. Name the continent known as the continent of Shepherds?
  7. What is the property possessed by most metals which renders them capable of being stretched without  breaking?
  8. Who holds the record for most runs in first class cricket?
  9. In geometry what is a six-sided,six-angled,two dimensional figure called?
  10. What is Cacosmia?
  1. Indians
  2. Cats
  3. The danger of being eaten up by the bigger female
  4. Alberto Carlos
  5. Its head
  6. Australia
  7. Ductility
  8. Jack Hobbs of England- 61,237 runs
  9. Hexagon
  10. Experiencing a bad Odour

Monday, August 25, 2014

General Knowledge Question and Answer-26-08-2014

General Knowledge Question and Answer-26-08-2014
  1. Which south African black Leader was released in 1989 after 26 years in prison?
  2. What signal does a flag relay when it is flown upside down?
  3. Why is the 'Spectacled bear' of south America so named?
  4. What was the population of the entire Mongol nation that conquered all of northern Asia and china in the thirteenth century?
  5. How far can a skunk spray its bitter smiling mist?
  6. What is the Asian part of Turkey known as?
  7. What are mermaids purses found on the beach?
  8. Which nuclear disaster took place in 1986 in the erstwhile USSR?
  9. Which compound's name originated from a gum taken from plants growing near the temple of ammon ?
  10. Which City of water is built on thirteen islands?
  1. Nelson Mandela.
  2. Distress signal.
  3. It has Whitish circles around the eyes.
  4. About one million people.
  5.  Ten Feet.
  6. Anatolia or Asia Minor.
  7. Egg cases of dogfish.
  8. The Chernobyl Disaster.
  9. Ammonia (Greek ammoniakon).
  10. Stockholm. 

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Largest pepper produced country.

Which state is the largest produced in pepper in India?
A)  Tamilnadu
B)  Kerala
C)  Andamaan
D)  Karnataka

Largest country in world- Russia

The world 1/4 % fill in the water. That world is includes 173 countries. that 173 countries in biggest country is Russia. Russia is includes 143,800,000  peoples  and that area of 1,70,75,200sq. km. And 11.5% of land occupyied the Russia.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Indian IAS IPS Booster's note

Indian IAS IPS Booster's note: AUGUST 16th & 17th NEWS.
AUGUST 16th & 17th NEWS

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 15th August, said he would scrap the 64-year-old Planning Commission and replace it with a new institution to address India'