General Knowledge Quiz 66


Q1.

Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh is famous for which industry ?
(A) Locks
(B) Bicycle
(C) Textile
(D) Fireworks

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Q2.

With which sport is the Duckworth-Lewis Method associated ?
(A) Golf
(B) Chess
(C) Cricket
(D) Hockey

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Q3.

What is the normal heart rate of adults at rest ?
(A) 68 beats per minute
(B) 72 beats per minute
(C) 76 beats per minute
(D) 80 beats per minute

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Q4.

Kailash Temple at Ellora in Maharahstra, the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture, was built by the rulers of which dynasty ?
(A) Kadamba
(B) Rashtrakuta
(C) Chalukya
(D) Satavahana

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Q5.

'Sick man of Europe' is the nickname of which European country ?
(A) Italy
(B) Greece
(C) Ireland
(D) Turkey

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Q6.

What is the interest rate at which banks borrow money from Reserve Bank of India (RBI) called ?
(A) Repo Rate
(B) Reverse Repo Rate
(C) Call Money Rate
(D) Prime Lending Rate (PLR)

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Q7.

Which revolutionary shot dead Michael O'Dwyer, Lieutenant-Governor of Punjab at the time of Jalliawalan Bagh massacre and believed to be mastermind behind it, in London on 13 March 1940 ?
(A) Bhagat Singh
(B) Udham Singh
(C) Chandrasekhar Azad
(D) Khudi Ram Bose

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Q8.

International Date Line, an imaginary line where date changes as one travels east or west across it, passes through which longitude (except some adjustments) ?
(A) 45 degree
(B) 90 degree
(C) 135 degree
(D) 180 degree

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Q9.

What was the code name of rescue operation carried out by Indian armed forces in Maldives, on request from its president, to foil the attempted coup by insurgents in 1988 ?
(A) Operation Vijay
(B) Operation Shakti
(C) Operation Cactus
(D) Operation Bajrang

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Q10.

Who wrote the famous essay 'Unto This Last', which was later translated into Gujarati by Mahatma Gandhi under the title of 'Sarvodaya' (well being of all) ?
(A) John Ruskin
(B) Leo Tolstoy
(C) Maxim Gorki
(D) Karl Marx

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