Test your General Knowledge

Who is the founder of Hinduism?
Kabirdas
Tulsidas
Valmiki
It is of divine origin
Who is the first woman to net six gold medals in one Olympics?
Kristin Otto
E.Ashford
S. Wodars
Florence Griffth Joyner
Who is the chairman of the UN Human Rights Commission?
None of the above
Domingo L. Siazon
Omar Khabaj
Najat Al-Hajjali
Who is known as the father of western political thought?
Aristotle
Xinophon
Socrates
Plato
Who is known as the father of Indian constitution?
Lal Bhadur Shastri
Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
B.R. Ambedkar
Who is known as the Man of Destiny?
Sardar vallabhai Patel
Rabindranath Tagore
Madan Mohan Malviya
Napoleon Bonaparte
Who is known as the father of English poetry?
None of the above
John Keats
John Milton
Geoffrey Chaucer
Who is known as the Maiden Queen?
None of the above
Rani Laxmibai
Sarojini Naidu
Queen Elizabeth I
Who is known as Loknayak and formed the Janata Party and defeated the Congress Party in 1977?
None of the above
Raja Rammohan Ray
Lal Bhadur Shastri
Jayprakash Narayan
Who is known as India’s Napolean?
None of the above
Chandragupta II
Chandragupta I
Samudragupta
Who is known as Grand Old Man of India?
Jayprakash Narayan
Dadabhai Naoroji
Duke of Wellington
C. Rajagopalachari
Who is directly responsible for the management, maintenance and utilization of various national stadia at Delhi?
New Delhi Municipal Committee
Delhi Development Authority
Sports Authority of India
Department of Youth Affairs and Sports
Who is credited with the development of polio vaccine?
Selman Waksman
Melvin Calvin
Jonas Salk
Linux Pauling
Who is also known as the Lady with the Lamp?
Bachendri Pal
Rani Laxmibai
Sarojini Naidu
Florence Nightingale
Who is also known as Tiger of snows?
Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah
Sir Walter Scott
Subhash Chandra Bose
Tensing Norway
Who discovered Australia?
Eric the Red
Leif Ericsson
William Janszoom
None of the above
Who discovered circulation of blood in human body?
Edward Jenner
Joseph Lister
William Harvey
Jonon Esals
Who discovered Greenland?
Eric the Red
Marco Polo
Leif Ericsson
Sir Frands Drake
Who discovered Oxygen?
Neil Bohyr
William Harvey
William Ramsay
Lavoisier
Who discovered that plants have life?
Robert Koch
J.C.Bose
Paul Berg
George Snell
Who discovered the Law of Gravitation and three laws of motion?
Sir Issac Newton
Albert Einstein
Gugeliemo Maconi
Aryabhatta
Who among the following is the Executive Director of United Nation’s Children Fund?
Jacques Diouf
Juan Somavia
Carol Bellamy
George Robertson
Who discovered Uranus?
Herschel
Galileo
Copernicus
None of the above
Who among the following is the first Asian to head the International Cricket Council?
Madhav rao Scindia
Ghulam Nabi Azad
Imran Khan
Jagmohan Dalmiya
Who among the following is the highest aggregate test run scorer in the history of the cricket?
Brian Lara
Sachin Tendulkar
Allan Border
Steve Waugh
Who among the following is the President of International Court of Justice?
Jose maria Ruda
Michel Hansenne
Jobril Aminu
Gilbert Guillaume
Who among the following is the Secretary-General of SAARC?
Q.A.M.A. Rahim
Maj. Gen. Randhir Mehta
Najat Al-Hajjaji
Sheel Kant Sharma
Who among the following was the first Indian to reach the summit of Mount Everest?
M.S. Kohli
Sonam Gyasto
H.V> Bahuguna
Tenzing Norway
Who among the following was the recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award for the Year 2004?
Sania Mirza
Lt. Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
Leander Paes
Viswanathan Anand
Who among the following won the women’s singles title in the 2005 US Open Tennis Championship?
Mary Pierce
Venus Williams
Kim Clijsters
Serena Williams
Who established the Rama-krishna Mission, in memory of his guru?
None of the above
Raja Rammohan Roy
Ramakrishana Paramhansa
Vivekanand, Swami
Who expounded the theory of Division of labor?
None of the above
John Kenneth Galbraith
Adam smith
David Ricardo
Who founded the Banaras Hindu University?
Madan Mohan Malviya
Martin Luther King
None of the above
Marco Polo
Who founded the Indian national Congress in 1885 and was its first General Secretary?
Surendranath Bannerji
Bipin Chandra Pal
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Allan Octavian Hume
Who gave the slogan ‘Jai Hind’ to the nation?
Motilal Nehru
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Subhash Chandra Bose
Sardar Vallabhbhai patel
Who got the Right to Livelihood Award in 1999 for showing how indigenous people can improve three livelihoods, sustain their culture and conserve their rainforests?
GAO (Grupode Agriculture Organica)(Cuba)
COAMA (consolidation of the Amazon Region) (Colombia)
Juan Garces (Spain)
Hermann Scheer (Germany)
Who got the Right to Livelihood Award in 2000 for his single-minded commitment to developing an agriculture based on perennial crops that is both highly productive and truly ecologically sustainable?
Juan Garces (Spain)
Munir (Indonesia)
Wes Jackson (USA)
Birsel Lemke (Turkey)
Who has taken the highest number of wickets in One-Day International cricket?
Wasim Akram
Waqar Yunus
Kapil Dev
Malcolm Marshal
Who invented magnifying glass and gun powder?
Robert Boyle
Sigmund Freud
Rudolf Diesel
Roger Bacon
Who invented television in 1926?
John Dalton
John F. Kennedy
John Keats
John Logic Baird
Who invented the ball-point pen?
Biro brothers
Wilson
Oscar
Waterman
Who invented the Doctor’s thermometer?
None of the above
Galileo
Edison
Fahrenheit
Who invented the radio and wireless system?
Louis Braille
Albert Einstein
John Dalton
Gugeliemo Marconi
Who invented typewriter?
Waterman
Sholes
Pascal
Shockley
Who is also known as Fuehrer?
Geoffery Chaucer
Earl of Waruicle
Benito Murssalini
Adolf Hitler
Who among the following is associated with the invention of computers?
Edison
Babbage
MacMillian
Rangabhashyam
Who among the following is the Director-General of the International Labour Organisation?
Jose-Maria Rude
Jean-Claude Paye
Juan Somavia
Hiroshi Nakjima
Who amongst the following was the first state that the earth revolves around the Sun?
Copernicus
Galileo
Newton
Ptolemy
Who created the artificial ‘gene’?
Hargobind Khorana
J.J. Thompson
Benjamin Franklin
Meghnad Saha
Who developed the small pox vaccination?
Edward Jenner
Alexander Fleming
Albert Einstein
None of the above
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