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1. Which of the following Russian’s oil and gas company which provides oil and gas to European countries?
(A) BSGO Company
(B) Gazprom Company
(C) Gestapo Company
(D) Philips Oil and Gas Company
2. Which one of the following planets has the maximum number of satellites?
(A) Jupiter (B) Saturn
(C) Venus (D) Uranus
3. Which is the largest planet?
(A) Venus (B) Earth
(C) Jupiter (D) Mars
4. What was the main reason of disqualification of Arial Sharon for office of Prime Minister of Israel?
(A) The completed two terms
(B) He was impeached
(C) Illness
(D) None of these
5. Which of the following vessels of blood carry blood from different parts of the body to heart?
(A) Veins (B) Arteries
(C) Capillaries (D) Vessels
6. What are the two seas linked by Suez Canal?
(A) The Mediterranean Sea and Baltic Sea
(B) The Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea
(C) The Black Sea and Baltic Sea
(D) The Black Sea and South China Sea
7. Diego Garcia is a:
(A) Famous airline of Singapore
(B) French surface to Sea Missile
(C) United States military base in Indian Ocean
(D) Disputed island between Russia and Japan
8. In which year European rulers captured Palestine from the Muslims in Crusade War?
(A) 1095 (B) 1099
(C) 1115 (D) 1199
9. What is Kremlin?
(A) Offices of Russian Government
(B) Offices of Sri Lankan Government
(C) Building in Japan used for theatre
(D) None of these
10. A mass of ice originating in mountains in snowfields above the snowline is called:
(A) Mountain River
(B) Glaciers
(C) Lakes and water falls
(D) None of the above
11. What is the diameter of earth?
(A) 11756 km (B) 12756 km
(C) 13756 km (D) 14756 km
12. What is the freezing point of heavy water?
(A) 3.82 C (B) 2.82 C
(C) 1.82 C (D) 0.82 C
13. How many satellites (moons) of Saturn planet?
(A) 36 (B) 62
(C) 45 (D) 23
14. Which of the following died of natural death?
(A) Indira Gandhi
(B) Mahatma Gandhi
(C) Rajiv Gandhi
(D) None of the above
15. What is Ivy League?
(A) A group of Eight Universities in USA
(B) A group of People in Switzerland
(C) A football league tournament
(D) A group of Islands in Atlantic Ocean
16. “Every action has reaction which are equal but in opposite direction”. This law is called
(A) Newton’s first law of motion
(B) Newton’s second law of motion
(C) Newton’s third law of motion
(D) None of the above
17. Who is the current president of France?
(A) Jacques Chirac (B) Charles Coty
(C) Vladimir Putin (D) None of these
18. First ambassador of Pakistan to UNO was:
(A) Sir Zaffar Ullah Khan
(B) Sardar Abdur RabNishtar
(C) Ahmad Shah Patras Bokhari
(D) None of these
19. Which of the following country is not the member of G-8?
(A) China (B) Russia
(C) USA (D) Japan
20. Hepatitis is a viral disease of:
(A) Heart (B) Liver
(C) Lungs (D) Brain
21. Talban’s movement was started in 1994 from which city of Afghanistan?
(A) Kabul (B) Hirat
(C) Kandahar (D) None of these
22. Which cities of Iran and Pakistan are linked through railway line?
(A) Quetta-Zahedan
(B) Chaman-Tehran
(C) Quetta-Sheraz
(D) Peshawar-Sheraz
23. Haifa is the Seaport of:
(A) Israel (B) Lebanon
(C) Egypt (D) Canada
24. Head office of UNESCO is located
(A) Paris (B) Geneva
(C) London (D) Washington
25. What is the main cause of earthquakes?
(A) Volcanic activities
(B) Tectonic plates’ movement
(C) Tectonic dislocation
(D) All of above
26. Digital Divide term is related with:
(A) Economics
(B) Socio economic difference technology era
(C) Political Science
(D) Journalism
27. In which year Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) was established?
(A) 1864 (B) 1880
(C) 1882 (D) 1884
28. Who is the author of the book “Struggle for Pakistan”?
(A) I.H Qureshi
(B) Mian Muhammad Waqas Joya
(C) Arshad Hussain Dogar
(D) Shahid Rafique
29. Which is the third founder member of ECO (RCD) except Pakistan and Iran?
(A) Syria (B) Afghanistan
(C) Turkey (D) Turkmenistan
30. How many zeros are there in one trillion?
(A) Twelve (B) Thirteen
(C) Fourteen (D) Ten
31. Who was the first Asian to have received the Nobel Prize?
(A) Rabindar Nath Tagore
(B) Mother Teressa
(C) Abdul Salam
(D) C.V Raman
32. What is the name of the place where World Trade Centre (USA) was located?
(A) Ground Zero
(B) Paradise Point
(C) Golden Point
(D) Golden City Point
33. Coming 10th Conference of ECO will be held in 2008 in:
(A) Iran (B) Turkey
(C) Egypt (D) Pakistan
34. What is meant by Amicus Curiae?
(A) A person invited to advise a lower court on a matter of law in a case (jurist)
(B) Ambassador who invited to solve the crisis between two countries
(C) All that goes to make a break of law
(D) A good friend who solved your economic problems
35. What is “Nuclear Fission?”
(A) Atom splits into two masses
(B) Small atoms join each other
(C) Helium broken into proton and electron
(D) All of above
36. The Muslim people of Sinkiang province are called:
(A) Uighur (B) Bantu
(C) Hutu (D) Berber
37. A group of Christianity that emphasizes the authority of the Bible and the importance of personal salvation through faith is called:
(A) Evangelical (B) Protestant
(C) Catholic (D) None of these
38. Litani River is located in which country?
(A) Syria (B) Lebanon
(C) Turkey (D) Sudan
39. What is “Ikebana”?
(A) Japanese Art of flower arrangement
(B) Greek Art of fighting
(C) Art of dancing and music
(D) None of the above
40. Gestapo was the secret police organization of:
(A) Italy (B) Russia
(C) Germany (D) USA
41. Which flower is the national floral symbol of Pakistan?
(A) Pink Rose
(B) Jasmine (Chambeli)
(C) White Rose
(D) Motia
42. Diabetes is a disease of:
(A) Liver (B) Pancreas
(C) Kidney (D) Lungs
43. Which of the following colours are primary colours?
(A) Red, Blue, Green
(B) White, Red Black
(C) Black, Red, Blue
(D) Green, Red Black
44. Which of the following wonders of world is situated in Iraq?
(A) Hanging Gardens
(B) Colossus of Rhodes
(C) Taj Mahal
(D) The Pharos of Alexandria
45. What is the main cause of failure of Pakistan India Iran gas pipeline project?
(A) Public opinion against the project
(B) Economic and political pressure of USA
(C) High price demanded by Iran
(D) Tension between India and Pakistan
46. What is Pariah state?
(A) A state which is acceptable in the world
(B) A state which is protected by another strong state
(C) A state which is not acceptable to the world and is avoided by every country
(D) None of the above
47. The term Track-II “Diplomacy” is used for:
(A) Managing Relations between two countries using official chances
(B) Managing Relations between two countries using unofficial channels
(C) Diplomacy by diplomats during war
(D) None of these
48. Which is the oldest stock exchange of the world?
(A) New York Stock Exchange
(B) Tokyo Stock Exchange
(C) Amsterdam Stock Exchange
(D) None of these
49. Pakistan State Bank started working on 1st July 1948 with the help of Rs:
(A) Twenty Millions
(B) Thirty Millions
(C) Thirty Five Millions
(D) None of these
50. Al-Hilal newspaper is associated with:
(A) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar
(B) MaulanaAbulKalam Azad
(C) MaulanaZafar Ali Khan
(D) MaulanaShaukat Ali Johar
51. Which of the following country gave the right of monarchy to women by amending the constitution recently?
(A) Nepal (B) Sweden
(C) Japan (D) Canada
52. Which of the following inventions is the oldest?
(A) Clock (B) Microscope
(C) Barometer (D) Cycle
53. What is Holocaust?
(A) Killing of Jews during World War I
(B) Killing of Jews during World War II
(C) Killing of Germans during World War II
(D) Killing of Japanese during World War II
54. E=mc2 what is C?
(A) Velocity of light
(B) Electric power of cell
(C) Radius of earth
(D) Velocity of voice
55. Myopia is a defect of vision of the
(A) Close objects (B) Distant objects
(C) Cloured objects (D) None of these
56. Who is called the Father of Modern Psychology?
(A) Sigmund Freud (B) Ibn-e-Khaldoon
(C) Adams Smith (D) Charles Darwin
57. Who was the first Chief Minister of Punjab province?
(A) Abdur-Rab Nishtar
(B) Muhammad Hussain
(C) Iftikhar Hussain Memdoot
(D) Mumtaz Hussain Daultana
58. French Muslim football star Zedane by birth belongs to which Muslim country?
(A) Morocco (B) Camroon
(C) Senegal (D) Algeria
59. What is Choreography?
(A) Art of dancing (B) Art of music
(C) Art of gardening (D) Art of fight
60. Doctrine of necessity was used in the case ________ for the forest time in the history of Pakistan.
(A) Maulvi Tamiz-ud-Din Vs State case
(B) Dossai Vs State case
(C) Asma Jahangir Vs State case
(D) Nusrat Bhutto Vs State case
61. AWACS is an abbreviation of:
(A) Airborne Warning and Control System
(B) Air warning and Control System
(C) Airborne Warning and Communication System
(D) Air brone Warning and Control Survey
62. Where is Golden Gate situated?
(A) San Francisco (USA)
(B) London (Britain)
(C) Tornado (Canada)
(D) Paris (France)
63. A-writ direct to the person detaining another and commanding him to produce the body of the prisoner at a certain time and place with the day and cause of his caption and detention is called:
(A) Writ of Quo Warrants
(B) Writ of Certiorari
(C) Writ of Prohibition
(D) Writ of Habeas Corpus
64. When the stock market is falling down it is called:
(A) Bullish (B) Bearish
(C) Falling (D) Crashing
65. Which of the following rivers crosses the Equator twice?
(A) Amazon (B) Congo
(C) Nile (D) Ganga
66. The Headquarters of Asian Development Bank (ADB) is located at:
(A) Paris (B) New York
(C) Manila (D) Tokyo
67. Night blindness is caused by lack of which vitamin?
(A) Vitamin A (B) Vitamin B
(C) Vitamin C (D) Vitamin D
68. Who is the conqueror of Central Asia?
(A) Said Bin Abi Waqas
(B) Qutayba Bin Muslim
(C) Abu Abaida Bin Jarah
(D) None of the above
69. Who is the author of India Wins Freedom?
(A) Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
(B) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
(C) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar
(D) None of the above
70. Famous book “A History of God” is written by:
(A) Noam Chomsky (B) Karen Armstrong
(C) Sydney Sheldon (D) None of these
71. Which of the following countries is situated below the sea level?
(A) Finland
(B) Holland (Netherlands)
(C) Switzerland
(D) Swaziland
72. “The Spirit of Islam” book was written by:
(A) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
(B) Syed Ameer Ali
(C) Maulana Zafar Ali
(D) Arifa Ishfaq
73. Akhori Dam is located in:
(A) Punjab
(B) Sindh
(C) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
(D) Balochistan
74. Taklamakan Desert is located in:
(A) Mongolia (B) Russia
(C) Kazakhstan (D) China
75. Khalil Jibran belonged to:
(A) Jordan (B) Lebanon
(C) Syria (D) Turkey
76. Headquarters of World Economic Forum is situated in
(A) Davos (Switzerland)
(B) London (Britain)
(C) Geneva (Switzerland)
(D) New York (USA)
77. Qutab-ud-Din Aibak ruler of sub-continent died while playing the:
(A) Polo (Chugan) (B) Cricket
(C) Hockey (D) Buzakashi
78. Babar’s tomb is situated in:
(A) Agra (B) Dehli
(C) Kabul (D) Lahore
79. Babar came to India originally from:
(A) Farghana (B) Khiva
(C) Kabul (D) Seistan
80. Which of the following king’s tomb is not situated in sub-continent?
(A) Jahangir (B) Akbar
(C) Babar (D) Aurangzeb
81. Which is the largest state of India?
(A) Rajasthan (B) Madhia Perdesh
(C) Utar Perdesh (D) Madrass
82. Which of the following woman Prime Ministers has longest tenure?
(A) Indira Gandhi (B) Banizir Bhutto
(C) Bandaranaike (D) None of these
83. Harry Potter is the famous character of:
(A) J.K Rowlling (B) J.F Marshal
(C) R.V Menin (D) None of these
84. Chromosomes are:
(A) Present only in the nucleus of a cell
(B) The biggest in number in human cells
(C) Made up of DNA as a main component
(D) Visible in all cells at every time
85. Which vitamin is provided by sunlight to the human body?
(A) Vitamin A (B) Vitamin B
(C) Vitamin C (D) Vitamin D
86. Alzheimer’s disease in human beings is characterized by the degeneration of:
(A) Kidney cells (B) Nerve cells
(C) Liver cells (D) Bone cells
87. Which of the following civilization are located banks of Tigris?
(A) Indus civilization
(B) Sumerian civilization
(C) Egyptian civilization
(D) Greek civilization
88. USA film industry Hollywood is located in:
(A) Maryland (B) Virginia
(C) California (D) New York
89. Who defeated the Mongols in 14th century?
(A) Khawarzim Shah
(B) Rakn-ud-Din Berber
(C) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar
(D) None of the above
90. What is the meaning of “Vishnu”?
(A) The preserver (B) The helper
(C) The destroyer (D) The creator
91. Which is the biggest oil field of Iraq?
(A) Kirkuk oil field (B) Mosal oil field
(C) Basra oil field (D) None of these
92. Who is the current ambassador of Pakistan to USA?
(A) Mahmood Ali Durani
(B) Jahangir Karamat
(C) Madeeha Lodhi
(D) None of the above
93. Who was the President of USA during World War I?
(A) Woodrow Wilson
(B) Theodor Rose Welt
(C) Jackson John
(D) Henry Truman
94. What will be the total nuclear energy in Pakistan after completing the Chashma nuclear power plant II?
(A) 787 MW (B) 807 MW
(C) 907 MW (D) 805 MW
95. Diet is the name of Parliament of the country:
(A) China (B) Thailand
(C) Japan (D) Korea
96. In which year Egypt nationalized Suez Canal?
(A) 1950 (B) 1954
(C) 1956 (D) 1960
97. Silicon Valley is located in which state of USA?
(A) Virginia (B) Alaska
(C) California (D) Maryland
98. What is “Armageddon”?
(A) A final battle between nations which will end the world
(B) A last day of Universe
(C) A name of film
(D) None of the above
99. Salisbury is the old name of:
(A) New England (B) Petrograd
(C) Harare (D) Bombay
100. What is H5N1?
(A) Virus (B) Bacteria
(C) Vaccine (D) Fungi

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