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  • “Jatiya Sangsad” is the Parliament of Bangladesh; Sejm is the Parliament of Belarus; Loya Jirga is the Parliament of Afghanistan; Folketing is the Parliament of Denmark; Knesset is the Parliament of Israel; Diet is the Parliament of Japan; “Duma” is the parliament of Russia; Storting is the Parliament of Norway, Cortes is the Parliament of Spain; Rksdag is the Parliament of Sweden; Bundesrat is the Parliament of Germany; Advisory Council is the Parliament of Qatar; Chamber of Deputies is the Parliament of Luxembourg and People’s Great Hural is the parliament of Mangolia.
  • The International Criminal Police Organization’s known as Interpol was established in 1923 and Current Interpol’s headquarter is situated in Lyon (France).
  • Scotland Yard is the investigation police of England and it was formed on Sept. 29, 1829.
  • Gestapo was the secret police organization and BND is the secret agency of Germany.
  • Mossad and Aman is the secret agencies of Israel.
  • Khad and NDS are the secret agencies of Afganistan.
  • RAW and CBI are the secret agencies of India.
  • KGB is the secret agency of Russia.
  • BIN is the secret agency of Indonesia.
  • VEVAK and SAVAK are the secret agencies of Iran.
  • ISI,IB,MI and FIA are the secret agencies of Pakistan.
  • CIA and FBI are the secret agencies of USA.
  • MI6 , MI5 are the secret agencies of
  • GSD — Iraq, KDS — Bulgaria, DRM — France,
  • DND — Canad, G2 — Ireland are the secret agencies
  • “History of God” was written by Karen Armstrong.
  • The Peking news was the first newspaper of the world (china).
  • “Queen’s House” is the official residency of Sirilankan President and “Temple tree” is the official residency of Srilankan Prime Minister.
  • “Sharm-ul-Sheikh” is the Egyptian seaport on Red Sea.
  • “Asiana” is an airline of South Korea.
  • “Teges” is the currency and Astana is the capital of Kazakhstan.
  • ‘NIKKEI’ is a stock exchange index of Tokyo.
  • “Wheel” is a symbol of progress.
  • The “Stonehenge” is among the Seven Wonders of the World, situated in England.
  • The majority of ‘Kurd Population’ is living in Iraq and Turkey.
  • “Ramallah” is the headquarters of Palestinian Authority situated at West Bank.
  • ‘Senior Citizen Day’ is observed every year throughout the world on The first October.
  • “Shekle” is the currency of Israel.
  • “Sub Judice” means under consideration.
  • Euclid (300 BC), also known as Euclid of Alexandria, was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the “Father of Geometry”. His Elements is one of the most influential works in the history of mathematics, serving as the main textbook for teaching mathematics (especially geometry) from the time of its publication until the late 19th or early 20th century.
  • Robert Baden-Powell founded the Boy Scouts as an organization in 1908, a few months after the first scout encampment at Brownsea Island Scout camp in 1907.
  • Brief History of Time (subtitled “From the Big Bang to Black Holes”) is a popular-science book written by British physicist Stephen Hawking.
  • ‘Seatle’ is the seaport and ‘Delta is the air line of USA.
  • ‘Aral Sea’ is bounded by Uzbekistan and Kazakhistan.
  • “Hague” is the headquarters of International Court of Justice.
  • The world’s famous bridge “Golden Gate” is located in San Francisco(USA).
  • “WAFA” is a news agency of Palestine.
  • “Cathay Pacific” is an airline of Hong Kong.
  • The General Assembly meets every year in regular sessions which begin on third Tuesday in September every year
  • “Reuters” is the famous news agency of Britain.
  • When the stock market is rising, it is called Bullish and when down, it is called Bearish.
  • “Bristol” is a famous seaport of UK.
  • “Ariana” is an airline of Afghanistan.
  • “From Plassey to Pakistan” is abiography of Feroz Khan Noon.
  • “Five Thousand Years of Pakistan” anoted book on Pakistan’s cultural heritage is written by R.E.M. Wheeler.
  • KLM is the oldest national airline of Netherland.
  • Who is said to be the father of Modern Olympics? Pierre de Coubertin
  • Who was the founder of Republican Party of USA? Alexander Hamilton
  • “Davis Cup” is associated with Lawn Tenis.
  • “Skhalin Island” enriched with oil reserves are claimed by Russia and Japan.
  • “OXUS River” is flowing between Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
  • “Sine die” means without fixing date.
  • “Dead Sea” is lying between Israel and Jordan.
  • “Thomas Cup” is given in the game of Badminton.
  • Rotterdam is the seaport of Netherland.
  • “Victoria Fall” is in Rhodesia.
  • “Das-Man-Palace” is the official residence of Amir-e-Kuwait.
  • “No dynasty lasts more than three generations “ is the theory of Ibn Khaldun.
  • Greece is a World’s oldest democratic country.
  • After Sui, Mari is the second largest gas field in Pakistan.
  • Holy Prophet (PBUH) appointed governer of yeman for collection zakat? Hazrat Muaz Bin Jabal
  • Australia is the largest wool produceing country.
  • “Baku” is the seaport on Black Sea.
  • Karakum desert located inTurkmenistan.
  • Minsk is the capital of? Belarus
  • Baht is the currency of? Thailand
  • Fleet Street is famous for newspapers.
  • Sikandry Azam belongs to which country? Macedonia
  • Smallest country of the world is Vatican City.
  • The lowest rainfall area in Pakistan is? Nokhundi
  • Interfax is the news agency of? Russia
  • Heathrow is the seaport of? London
  • Largest producer of uranium is? Canada
  • Which country is situated below the sea level? Netherlands
  • Who was the painter of Mona Lisa? Leonardo Davinci
  • Neza e Sultan is an extinct volcano located in Chagai District, Baluchistan, have deep resources of Sulfur.
  • Yellow sea is situated between? China and Korea
  • Longest land boundary between two countries? USA and Canada
  • When the Simla Accord was signed? July 3, 1972
  • When did Pakistan become member of United Nations? 30th Sep 1947
  • Which country opposed Pakistan’s membership in United Nations? Afghanistan
  • Author of “Paradise Lost & Paradise Regained” was John Milton.
  • Asgheri aur Akbari kis novel k do mash’hoor kirdar hain? Mira-Tul-Aroos
  • “Shikwa aur Jawab-e-Shikwa” Iqbal k konsay kalam main hain? Bang-e-Dara
  • Waqa-e-Karbala kis hijri main howa?61 hijri
  • What is length of Pakistan-India border? 1610 km
  • “Pathway to Pakistan” book was written by Ch khalique Zaman
  • When Qaid e Azam met M.K Gandhi 1st time in 1916 Lucknow.
  • Who is seceratry of state for India in cabinet mission? Lord Pathetic Lawerance
  • Green peace” headquarter is located in Amsterdam.
  • Doab between river Ravi and Chenab is called Rachna Doab.
  • Who supported Pakistan resolution from sindh province by Abdullah Haroon.
  • Rehmat Ali coined word Pakistan in “Now or Never” pamphlet in 1933.
  • Largest Muslim country in Africa by population is Nigeria and Aligeria is largest Muslim country by area.
  • Sirilanka is the highest literacy rate and highest per capita income among SAARC countries.
  • “Bakhtar” is a news agency of Afghanistan.
  • “ITAR-TASS” is a news agency of Russia.
  • Arya Samaaj was founded in1875 by Dayananda Sarasvati.
  • “Old man and the Sea” was written by Heming way.
  • “Burma” is the old name of Myanmar.
  • Muhammadan Educational Conference was established in 1886 by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan.
  • Pakistan lies of the tropic zone of North.
  • Vience is called “city of canals”.
  • Real name of Tipu Sultan was Fateh Ali.
  • ‘Lufthansa’ is the name of airline of Germany.
  • Monaco has the shortest and Canada has the largest coastline country in the world.
  • ‘Land of Maple Leaf’ is the nickname of Canada.
  • ‘Sick Man of Europe’ is called Turkey.
  • “Yangtze Kiang” is the largest river of Asia (china).
  • Share of Punjab in Pakistan by area is 25.8%.
  • Ibne Batuta came in India from Morroco.
  • Liaqar-Nehru Pact on April 8, 1950.
  • Pedagogy is the study of teaching.
  • After USA arms exporter, Russia is the second largest exporter of arms.
  • Kahuta Labortries established in 1976.
  • Nuclear power plant in Pakistan was established in 1972 with help of Canada.
  • Durand line was demacrated in 1893 which lies between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
  • Pakistan’s first missile is Hatf-I.
  • Oldest monarchy is in Japan.
  • The Great Bear lake is situated in Canada.
  • “Edmund Hillary” is the first man who successfully climbed Mt. Everest in 1953.
  • “Ferdinand Magellan” was the first man to sail round the world.
  • “Origin of Species” was written by Charles Darwin.
  • Sir Francis Moody was the first Governor of Punjab from August 1947 to August 1949.
  • Thomas Jefferson was the founder of Democratic Party of USA.
  • Alexander the Great was the king of Macedonia.
  • Britain parliament is called mother of parliaments.
  • Seweden was the first country who had issued currency notes in the world.
  • Kremlin is a fortress where there are government offices, palaces and churches is in Russia.
  • “Hawang Ho River” is also called yellow river (china).
  • During the Mughal period, Portuguese traders first came to India.
  • “Maputo” is the capital and largest city of Mozambique.
  • State of Kashmir was purchased by Ghulab Singh for Rs.7.5 million.
  • Canada is called “Land of Lilies”.
  • Niagara Falls is situated in USA&Canada.
  • SAARC was formed in Dhaka on December 8, 1985.
  • Afghanistan is separated from Central Asia by Oxus River.
  • Ghulam Muhammad Barrage is also called Kotri Barrage; which is situated on river Indus.
  • Cheif election commissioner office term for 3years.
  • Another name of Hatf III missile is Gazdnavi.
  • ILO headquarter is situated at Geneva (Switzerland).
  • Most Hafiz- e- quran were martyrd in ghazwa Yamamah
  • The oldest Airport of the world is located in Netherlands.
  • 1st constitution in the world is Misaq e Madina.
  • Ghzwa furqan is another name of Ghzwa Badar.
  • The writer of awaz dost is Mukhtar Masood.
  • Elysee palace is the residence of French President.
  • Naypyitaw is the current capital city of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
  • Chaghi is the biggest district and Kalaat is the largest Division of Pakistan.
  • The headquarters of International Olympic Committee is located at Lausanne (Switzerland).
  • Trygve Lie is the first and the only Secretary General of UNO who resigned from his post.
  • Kuwait is a tax free country.
  • Who is the founder of Wikileaks? Julian Assange (Australian)
  • Allama Iqbal qualified as PhD scholar from Munich University, Germany.
  • “Jinnah of Pakistan” and “Zulfi of Pakistan” was written by Stanely Wolpert.
  • Islamabad was made capital in the year
  • Radcliffe was a lawyer by profession.
  • Day of deliverance was observed on 22 Dec. 1939.
  • Baku is the seaport on Caspian Sea (Caspian sea makes his boundries with Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan).
  • Urinium resources found in Pakistan? D G khan
  • “Taklamakan desert” found in xinjaning (China)
  • Napoleon is known as “Man of Destiny” and “Little Corporal”. Prince Bismarck is called the Man of “Iron and Blood”.
  • After independence the first radio station was established at Karachi.
  • Abdus Salam was a Pakistani Physicist and Nobel Prize Winner in 1979 in physics. What is his contribution to Physics? Interaction of Elementary Particles and weak forces
  • Nightingale Florence (belongs to France) was a Nurse. (in creamin war)
  • Paris is the capital of France situated on the bank of Seine.
  • Babusar Pass connects Abbotabad and Gilgit.
  • Ural Mountains separate Asia from Europe.
  • Baglihar Dam is located in Doda district on river Chenab.
  • The first airline of Pakistan is Orient Airline.
  • Don is river of Russia and Darlinng is river of Australia.
  • Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world’s largest railway station
  • Transparency International is based in:Berlin
  • May 3, each year is internationally observed as Press Freedom Day.
  • The last day of the Quaid-e-Azam was written by: Illahi Bukhsh
  • One unit dissolved on 1st July 1970
  • The largest Agency of FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Areas) by area is: South Waziristan
  • Biman is the Airline of:Bangladesh
  • In the absence of President, who becomes the acting President of Pakistan:Chairman of the Senate
  • Largest continent of the world is “Asia” and smallest is “Australia”. Largest ocean of the world is “pacific ocean” and smallest ocean is Arctic ocean”. The Sahara is the largest desert of the world.
  • Kazakhstan is the largest Muslim country in land area in the world. It has an area of 1,049,000 sq.miles. Maldives is the smallest Muslim country in land area of 115 sq. miles.
  • Indonesia is the most populous Muslim country and Maldives is less populous Muslim country.
  • The Ostrich of North Africa is the biggest bird. Its height is up to 2.7 meters ( 9 feet ) and weight is up to 160 kgs. While the humming bird is smallest bird. It is 5.5-20 cm in length and weight about 16 grams.
  • The largest museum in the world is the American Museum of Natural History.
  • Biggest Library is Congress Library in USA.
  • Country with largest coast line is Canada.
  • Feroz Shah Tughlaq constructed five canals to remove scarcity of water.
  • “Decline of the West” book was written by German Philosopher Spengler
  • “Tripoli” is the capital of Libya.
  • Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee.
  • The Palk Strait separates which two countries? India and Sri Lanka.
  • Althing (oldest parliament of world) is the parliament of Iceland.
  • After ‘Pushtuns’, the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan is
  • The capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires.
  • “Rupiyah” is the currency of Sri Lanka.
  • “ANTARA” is the news agency of
  • “Helmand” is the largest opium producer province in Afghanistan.
  • “SANA” is the name of Syria’s news Agency.
  • Qantas is an airlines of:Australia
  • The first Muslim Nobel Laureate was Anwar Sadaat of Egypt.
  • Asian Development Bank (ADB) was established in1966 and it’s headquarter is located at Manila in Philippine.
  • The permanent Secretariat of SAARC is established at Kathmandu in Nepal (1987).
  • The term of office of a judge of the International Court of Justice is nine years.
  • The Strait of Malacca is the main shipping channel between the India Ocean and The North Pacific Ocean.
  • “Congo river” crosses the equator
  • Strait of Bosporous connects? Black sea and sea of marmara.It separates Italy from Sicily? Messina
  • Strait of Malacca is the largest strait of the world and it separates — Malaysia and Indonesia
  • Straits separate Malaysia from Singapore? Johor Strait
  • The Kalahari Desert, which stretches over 1,40,000 miles is in? South Africa
  • The panama canal links? North America with south America
  • The word “Tsunami” belongs to which of the following languages? Japanese
  • The highest mountain in the world is the Mount Everest in Nepal (Tibet)
  • The biggest desert in the world is the Sahara desert.
  • The name given to the border which separates Pakistan and Afghanistan is Durand line
  • The river Jordan flows out into the Dead sea
  • The biggest delta in the world is the Ganges Delta
  • The world’s oldest known capital is Damascus
  • The city which is also known as the City of Canals is Venice
  • Paris is the capital of France situated on the bank of river Seine
  • English channel separates England from France
  • Great victoria desert is present in Australia
  • Largest sea in the world? South china sea
  • One of the Asian country through which equator passes is? Malaysia
  • The deepest point in the ocean is? Mariana trench (deapest ocean—pacific ocean) near philpine
  • Longest mountain range in the world? Andes (in south America)
  • Which of the following towns is situated at the highest altitude? Lhasa
  • What are the two seas linked by suez canal? The mediterranean and red sea
  • The biggest island of the world is Greenland
  • The city which was once called the `Forbidden City’ was Lahsa
  • The “Roof of the world” is? The pamir plateau .
  • The country called the Land of Rising Sun is Japan
  • The country known as the Sugar Bowl of the world is Cuba
  • The lowest point on earth is The coastal area of Dead sea
  • The country which has the greatest population density is Monaco.
  • The Red Cross was founded by Jean Henri Durant in 1964
  • “Paradise Regained and Paradise Last” written by John Milton
  • The primary producer of newsprint in the world is Canada
  • The first explorer to reach the South Pole was Cap. Ronald Amundson
  • World literacy day is celebrated on 8th September
  • The founder of modern Germany is Bismarck
  • The country known as the land of the midnight sun is Norway
  • The founder of the Chinese Republic was San Yat Sen
  • The first Pakistani to receive the Nobel Prize was Abdul Salam in 1979 (physics)
  • The first Secretary General of the UNO was Trygve Lie
  • The highest waterfalls in the world is the Salto Angel Falls, Venezuela
  • The largest library in the world is the United States Library of Congress, Washington DC
  • Nickname of New York city is Big Apple. (New York`s old name Amesterdam —oldest stock exchange market)
  • FORMOSA is the old name of Taiwan.
  • Italy is also called the Boot of Europe.
  • The largest flag is of Brazil; the oldest flag in the World is of Denmark ; oldest &longest anthem – Japan ; oldest parliament – Althing – Iceland.
  • The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the Amazon River (also called father of water)
  • The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of Nepal
  • The largest bell in the world is the Tsar Kolkol at Kremlin, Moscow.
  • The biggest stadium in the world is the Strahov Stadium, Prague
  • The world’s largest diamond producing country is South Africa
  • Australia was discovered by  Willium Janszoon
  • Miner – e – Pakistan was designed by Haji Murad Khan (a Russian engineer) and its height is 196 feet)
  • The cloth required for covering The Holy Kabba is 1,000 meters.
  • The longest rivers in the world are first Nile – Eygpt, second Amazon – Brazail (but it is a largest river) and third Mississippi – USA.
  • Geneva is also known as City of Conventions.
  • The language with most letters is Khmer(Cambodian) with 74 Alphabets.
  • Scandinavian Countries are Sweden, Denmark, Norway.
  • The Blue Whales are not only the largest animal but also the loudest animal. They have been recorded making noises at 188 decibels.
  • The largest silver producer country is Mexico.
  • American President is elected for 4 years and Senator elected for 6 Years
  • The longest frontier is the frontier between Canada and the United States of America (USA).
  • The first woman prime minister is Srimao Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka.
  • The most abundant mineral in the human body is calcium and most abundant element is Oxygen
  • Largest earth filled dam in the world is Terbella Dam constructed on Indus river in 1976.
  • There are 64 boxes (houses) both in chess and draft.
  • The distance covered in marathan race is 26 miles (43 km).
  • The oldest national anthem is Kimigayo of Japan.
  • Sunderbans (West Bengal) is the largest delta in the world.
  • The Headquarters of the ‘International Monetary Fund’ and World Bank is at Washington.
  • The International Court of Justice consists of 15 Judges (for the term of office 9 year).
  • Hungary is a Land-locked country in Europe.
  • In the United Nations, Pitras Bukhari was the first permanent representative of Pakistan.
  • Multan is called, the city of “Great Saints”.
  • Qarn-ul-manazil is Meeqat for the citizens of Najd and the whole East pilgrims: the citizens of the Gulf, Iraq, Iran and other who pass by it.
  • Europe only muslim country is Albania
  • Myanmar is new name of burma
  • Indonesia is new name of Guyana
  • Siam is old name of Thailand
  • Beijing is new name of peking
  • Hinduism is world’s oldest religion
  • Golden temple is the sacred place of Sikhism (Amritsar)
  • The first “Barani University” to study and reasearch in rain-fed agriculture land was established at Rawalpindi.
  • Under the constitution of Pakistan, Fedral Shariat Court shall consist of not more than Eight Judges.
  • Under 1973 constitution, ‘Bicameralism’ was introduced in Pakistan.
  • Behman and Bismillah Airlines belong to Bangladesh.
  • Awaz-e-dost is written by Mukhtar masood
  • Fasana-e-azad is written by rattan nath sarshar
  • The longest canal in the world is beloye-more Baltic
  • world longest road is pan-am highway
  • In the muslim world Kuwait has the highest per capita income
  • Highest military award of UK is Victoria Cross and USA is Medal of Honor.
  • Columbus discovered America in 1492
  • NPT was signed in 1st July 1968 by 62 nations
  • UN General assembly approved CTBT in 10 sep 1960
  • Haya Rashid Al Khalifa the first muslim women as president UN General Assembly belongs to Bahrain
  • Brazil has the largest area of forest land
  • OIC (organization of Islamic conference) was established May 1969 has 57 members and it’s headquarter is situated in Jedah.
  • Arab League was established on March 22, 1945 with headquarters in cairo
  • WTO established January 01, 1995 (total 187 members)
  • North Atlantic treaty organization (NATO) was established in 1949 ( head office in Brussels ) (28 memer countries)
  • Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty signed by UK,USA,RUSSIA July 01, 1968
  • ILO was established 1919 and has head office in Geneva
  • IAEA was established 1957 and has head office in Vienna
  • UNESCO was established in1946 and has head office in Paris
  • WHO was established 1948 and has head office in Geneva
  • IMF was established 1945 and has head office in Washington( World Bank was established in 1944)
  • Headquarter of UNICEF is in New York
  • 2001-2010 is the SAARC decade of the rights of the child.
  • ASEAN was established August 09, 1967 and has head office in Jakarta
  • OPEC (organization of petroleum exporting countries) has head office in Viana (Austria).
  • Which famous actor became the president of the United States? – Ronald Reagan
  • Have you any idea when the Berlin wall came down? – 1989
  • What was the first James Bond book —– Casino Royal
  • What is the currency of Austria —– Schilling
  • Which sea on Earth has no beaches —– Sargasso sea
  • On which national flag is there an eagle and a snake —– Mexico
  • “Ikebana” is the art of beautifully arranging cut stems, leaves, and flowers in vases and other containers that evolved in Japan over seven centuries.
  • What Wall Street in USA is known for? Stock Exchange (New York)
  • What is the height of Mount Everest according to new map survey (it previous height was 29028 feet (8848 metre)?29035 feet (8850 metre)
  • Which water body is the saltiest water body (lake) in the world (mostly people considered Dead Sea as the saltiest lake but it is incorrect)?Assal lake
  • A place where government records are kept is called Archives
  • The deepest lake of the world is Baikal Lake in Russia.
  • The largest Continent of the world is Asia and Smallest Australia
  • The longest wall of the world is Great Wall of China
  • The highest peak of the world is Mount Everest (Nepal)
  • The largest democracy of the world is India
  • The World largest Islamic country by area is Kazakhstan
  • The highest waterfall of the world is Angel Falls (height 3212 feet )
  • The highest dam of the world is Nurak Dam
  • Abyssinia is the old name of Ethiopia
  • Ceylon is the old name of Sri Lanka
  • Nippon is the old name of Japan
  • Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem (Juruslam)
  • Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of England during 2nd World War
  • Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini (566 B.C , died 486  C)
  • KLM is international airline of Netherland
  • Lufthansa is international airline of Germany
  • Sabena is international airline of Belgium
  • SIA is international airline of Singapore
  • Transworld Airline (TWA) is international airline is in USA
  • Palm and Dum Dum are airports of India
  • Senta Cruz is airport of India (Mumbai )
  • Kennedy is airport of New York
  • Gatwick is airport of UK
  • Halim Pardana Kushmah is airport of Indonesia
  • Subang is airport of Malaysia
  • The number of players in Baseball from each team is 9
  • The number of players in Basketball from each side is 5
  • The brightest planet and nearest to Earth in the solar system is Venus
  • The nearest planet to the sun is Mercury
  • There are no volcanoes in Australia
  • The intensity of the energy released by an Earthquake is measured by the Richter scale
  • Dasht-e-Lut Desert is located in Eastern Iran
  • Which river is mentioned most often in Bible?   Jordan
  • Which river is called Yellow River due to large amount of Yellow silt deposits?   Haung He in china
  • Largest in Asia and China’s longest and world’s third longest river is?   Yangtze
  • Only strait between Atlantic and Pacific ocean is Magellan
  • Tugela waterfall is in South Africa
  • Sutherland waterfall is in­ New Zealand
  • ‘Broadway Street’ is famous for Cinema Halls.
  • ‘Fleet Street’ is famous for Newspapers and press agencies offices, it is situated in London.
  • Eagle is the national emblem of Spain
  • Which is the first newspaper of Urdu language? Jam-e-Jahan Numma (1st Pakistani __ Amroz)
  • When Radcliffe Award was announced? 17th August 1947
  • Abu Musa” Area is disputed between Iran and UAE
  • Rah-e-Rasat Operation was started by Army of Pakistan in Swat
  • Rah-e-Nijat Operation was started by Army of Pakistan in South Waziristan
  • 17 Member bench of SC has declared NRO null & void and unconstitutional all cases withdrawn under NRO reopen with immediate effect on 16th December 2009
  • What is the full name of Kerry-Lugar Bill? Enhanced Partnership with Pakistan Act of 2009
  • Under ‘Enhanced Partnership with Pakistan Act of 2009’ what will USA provide Pakistan? $ 1.5 billion annually
  • For how long Pakistan would get the US aid under Kerry-Lugar bill? 5 years
  • How much total US aid will flow to Pakistan under Kerry-Lugar bill over the five years? US$ 7.5 billion
  • Gilgit-Baltistan (empowerment and Self-Governance) Order, 2009 was approved on August 29, 2009
  • Novel H1N1 (often referred to as “swine flu”) is a new influenza: Virus (H1N1 virus sometimes called Swine flu).
  • Influenza A virus subtype H5N1, also known as Bird flu
  • A spratly island is disputed between China and Taiwan, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei.
  • Gibraltar colony is disputed between UK and Spain
  • Mont Blank is disputed between France and Italy.
  • The Muslims of Chinese province Xinjiang are called Uighurs
  • Clash of Civilization book is written by Sumeil Hintington
  • “Origin of Species” was written by   Charles Darwin
  • War and Peace book is written by Leo Tolstoy
  • The Sun Also Rises book is written by Ernest Hemingway
  • Pride and Prejudice book is written by Jane Austen
  • What is the total number of NATO members after the membership of Croatia, Albania and Macedonia? 28
  • Name the tallest building in the world? Khalifa Burj
  • Who is the highest wicket taker in test as well as one day cricket? Muralitharan
  • Which of the following female mosquito is the cause of Dengue Fever? Aedes Aegypteis
  • Which of the following country has broken the 100 year record of South Africa as a largest Gold producer country in the world? China
  • Which River is known as “father of waters”? Amazon
  • Which river is known as “father of rivers”? Indus
  • Who is called Father of International law? Hugo Grotius
  • Who among the following is regarded as the “Founder of Soviet Union”? Lenin
  • Who is known as the Father of Chemistry? Jabir bin hayan
  • Songs of blood and swords book is written by Fatima Bhutto
  • The last Governor General and first viceroy of united India was Lord Cunning.
  • The last viceroy of united India was Lord Mount Batten
  • The State Bank was inaugurated by Quaid-e-Azam on 1st July 1948.
  • Partition of Bengal took place on 16th Oct, 1905 (Lord Curzin) and cancelled in 1911(Hoarding).
  • All India Congress was founded by Allan O. Hume in1885.
  • Badshahi Mosque was built by Aurangzeb Alamgir at Lahore in 1674.
  • Babur was the founder of Mughal Dynasty in1526 and the last Mughal Emperor of India was Bahadur Shah Zafar.
  • Pakistan’s largest steel mill is at pipri (Karachi) formed by the cooperation of Russia.
  • The first Conferences of NAM was held at Belgrade in 1961 and Pakistan joined the NAM in in the year 1979 at Havana.
  • The Secretariat of O.I.C is at Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) and ECO at Tehran (Iran).
  • According to 3rd June 1947 plan plebiscite was held in N.W.F.P and Silhyte.
  • The first constituent assembly of Pakistan was dissolved on 24th Oct, 1954 and Mir Maulvi Tamizuddin was its speaker.
  • National Assembly consists of 342 Muslim members and the Senate consists of 104 members.
  • Pakistan became the member of U.N on 30th September 1947 and Afghanistan Opposed it.
  • “Humdard” and “Comarade” was started by Moulana Muhammad Ali
  • “Zamindar” was brought about by Zafar Ali Khan
  • Day of Deliverance was celebrated on 22nd December 1939
  • “Now or Never” pamphlet was written in 1933 by Rehmat Ali
  • Where was Albert Einstein born? Germany
  • Who known as ‘Nightingale of India? Sarojinin Naidu
  • Which of the following states of USA is called “mother of states”? Virginia (It also called mother of President)
  • Who is known as the ‘Father of Geometry’? Euclid
  • Who among the following is known as ‘Fuehrer’? Hitler
  • Largest delta is in Bengal created by the river Bharamputra and the Ganges.( Sundrbans )
  • Hottest place is Aziziyah, Libya.
  • Driest place is Atacama Desert in Chile.
  • Most spoken language is Mandarin Chinese.
  • Oldest civilization is Sumerian civilization (Mesopotamia). Oldest town is Jericho (Jordan).
  • Largest land mammal is African Elephant.
  • Longest strait is the Strait of Malacca which seperat Malaysia and Indonesia.
  • Busiest airport is O’Hare International Airport at Chichago (USA).
  • Oldest capital city is Damascus (Syria).
  • Largest metropolitan is Mexico City.
  • Longest day 21 June and shortest day December 22.
  • Largest peninsula is Arabian Peninsula.
  • The American astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to steps on the surface of moon on 21 July 1969.
  • South China Sea is the largest sea.
  • “Dallal Street” is the stock exchange of Bombay, India.
  • “Bond Street” is situated in London and it is famous for tailoring and jewellery.
  • “Eros” in Greek mythology, was the Greek god of love.
  • “Salisbury University” is a Maryland university of national distinction.
  • Seweden is the first neutral state in 1814 and Switzerland is the second neutral state in 1815.
  • The Paris Pacts are four international agreements signed in Paris on 23 October, 1954.
  • “Freedom Air” was air Newzealand group’s low-cost aireline.
  • “Ngultrum” has been the currency of Bhutan.In 1974, the Ngultrum was introduced, and replacing the rupee at par.The Ngultrum is equal in value to the Indian rupee.
  • “Lusaka” is the capital and largest city of Zambia.
  • “AFP” is the world oldest news agency of France.
  • Switzerland is a neutral state (1815) and neutrality is one of the most important principles of Swiss foreign policy.
  • Harward is the oldest university of USA.
  • “Nairta” is the International Airport of Japan.
  • “Shirin Ebadi” is an Iranian lawyer, a former judge and human rights activist and founder of Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran. On 10 October 2003, Ebadi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her significant and pioneering efforts for democracy and human rights, especially women’s, children’s, and refugee rights. She is the first Muslim woman who won the noble prize.
  • “From the Shadows” book written by the former defence Minister of USA Robert Gates.
  • The Black Sea is bounded by Europe, Anatolia and the Caucasus and is ultimately connected to the Atlantic Ocean via the Mediterranean and the Aegean seas and various straits. The Bosphorus strait connects it to the Sea of Marmara, and the strait of the Dardanelles connects that sea to the Aegean Sea region of the Mediterranean. These waters separate Eastern Europe and western Asia. The Black Sea is also connected to the Sea of Azov by the Strait of Kerch.
  • The Ivy League (An association of eight universities and colleges) is an athletic conference comprising eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States.
  • “Deng Xiaoping” is considered as the Leader of modern Chinese economy.
  • “Kirkuk” is the largest oil field of Iraq.
  • Track 2 diplomacy occurs between private citizens rather than government officials.
  • “Kremlin” is the Russian word for “fortress”, “citadel”, or “castle” and refers to any major fortified central complex found in historical Russian cities. This word is often used to refer to the best known one, the Moscow Kremlin, or the government that is based there.
  • Vishnu (Saviour of mankind) is regarded as a major god in Hinduism and Indian mythology.
  • The Khmer Rouge literally translated as Red Khmers was the name given to the followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea, who were the ruling party in Cambodia from 1975 to 1979.
  • The Strait of Hormuz is a narrow, strategically important strait between the Gulf of Oman in the southeast and the Persian Gulf. On the north coast is Iran and on the south coast is the United Arab Emirates and Musandam, an exclave of Oman. The 40% of world oil pass through this strait.
  • “Madame Tussauds” is a wax museum in London with branches in a number of major cities. It was founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud and was formerly known as “Madame Tussaud’s”.
  • “Aramco” officially the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, is the state-owned national oil company of Saudi Arabia.
  • The Paracel Islands, also called Xisha Islands in Chinese and Hoàng Sa Islands in Vietnamese, is a group of islands under the administration of Hainan Province, The People’s Republic of China. Vietnam and the Republic of China (Taiwan) also claim sovereignty of these islands.
  • “Road to Mecca” book written by Muhammad Asad.
  • Human Rights Watch is an international non-governmental organization that conducts research and advocacy on human rights. Its headquarters are in New York City.
  • “Madras” is the old name of Chennai.
  • Zahir Shah is the last king of Afghanistan.
  • “Order of Honor and Banner”is the military award of USSR.
  • “A Handbook of Public Relations” was issued by UN’s.
  • The Glorious Revolution started in 1688 (England).
  • “Kam Chatka” is a peninsula situated in Russia.
  • Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on Dec 10, 1948.
  • “Alma Mater” The school, college, or university that one has attended.
  • Pearl Harbour” is situated in the Hawaii State of USA.
  • “Port Hercourt” is the second largest port of Nigeria.
  • “Dongda Mosque” is a famous mosque in Beijing (China).
  • “Nairobi” is the largest city in East Africa.
  • “Alaska” is a state of the United States of America, located in the extreme northwest portion of the North American continent. It is the largest U.S. state in terms of area (by a substantial margin), along with being one of the wealthiest and most racially diverse.
  • “Capital goods” are goods used for further production and to generate economic activity.
  • “Panda” is the national animal of China.
  • Alphabet “S” from which most words are formed.
  • “Mudarabah” is a form of partnership where one party provides the funds while the other party provides expertise. The people who bring in money are called “Rab-ul-Maal” while the management and work is an exclusive responsibility of the “Mudarib”. The profit sharing ratio is determined at the time of entering into the Mudarabah agreement whereas in case of loss it is borne by the Rab-ul-Mal only. In case of Islamic banks, the depositors are called Rabb-ul-Maal and the bank is called Mudarib.
  • “Martin Luther King” was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights in the United States and around the world, using nonviolent methods following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. King has become a national icon in the history of modern American liberalism.
  • Winter rains in Pakistan come from Mediterranean Sea.
  • “Assal Lake” is the saltiest water body in the world, which is located in central-eastern Djibouti.
  • First Africa-Asian Conference held on April, 1955.
  • “Zenda Avesta” is a holy book of Parsis.
  • “Augustus Caeser” is the First Emperor of Rome.
  • “Boris Yeltsin” is the first President of Russian Federation.
  • The Muslim tribes of Malabar living in Kerala are called Moplas.
  • Agricultural Revolutionary War was fought in China during 1927-37.
  • Longest serving President of the world Mr.Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Ghana.(since August 1979)
  • Tsar or Czar is the title used by the rulers of Russia.
  • “First Camp David Accord” was signed in 1967 between Israel and Egypt.
  • General Secretariat of European Parliament is located in Luxembourg.
  • The Organization of the Islamic Cooperation is the new name of the OIC.
  • “Balev Line” connects Israel with Egypt.
  • “Dalai Lama” is a spiritual leader of Budhism in Tibet.
  • The first war foughted between Arab and Israel in1948.
  • “Taliban—Islam, Oil and the new Great Game in Central Asia” is the world‘s best selling book in 2001, was written by Ahmad Rashid.
  • “Likud and Kaldima” parties belong to Israel.
  • “Ad-Dammam” is an important seaport of Saudi Arabia and is the largest seaport on the Persian Gulf.
  • “Salang Pass” is in Parwan Afghanistan on the road between Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif.
  • “Magnum opus” meaning a great work, especially a literary or artistic masterpiece.
  • “Yellow Journalism” involved sensationalism, distorted stories, and misleading images for the sole purpose of boosting newspaper sales and exciting public opinion.
  • “Archive” is a collection of historical documents or records.
  • “Evangelical means the teaching of the gospel or the Christian religion.
  • “Amicus” is an impartial adviser to a court of law in a particular case.
  • “Subway” is an underground passage or tunnel enabling pedestrians to cross a road, railway, etc.
  • “Ombudsman” was first of all created in Sweden.
  • “Brinksmanship” the technique or practice in foreign policy of manipulating a dangerous situation to the limits of tolerance or safety in order to secure advantage, especially by creating diplomatic crises.
  • The Lombok Strait is a strait connecting the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean, located between the islands of Bali and Lombok in Indonesia. The Gili Islands are on the Lombok side.
  • Samuel Johnson compiled the first comprehensive English dictionary.
  • The famous poem “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” is written by Jane Taylor.
  • “Head Over Heels” means completely.
  • “Surah Baqra” of Quran has the most orders.
  • Hazrat Abi Bin Kab (RA) was the last writer of Wahi.
  • First Nimaz-e-Juma was offered in Banu Salim.
  • “Israel” is the title of Hazrat Yaqoob.
  • “Queer’ meaning strange.
  • Amsterdam is called “Venice of the North”.
  • Lake Kineret, also known as the “Sea of Galilee”, is Israel’s largest fresh water reservoir and a tourist site offering an exciting vacation or a holy experience.
  • “Hawaiian Islands” are an archipelago of eight major islands, several atolls, numerous smaller islets, and undersea seamounts in the North Pacific Ocean.
  • “Franklin Roosevelt” remained 12 years president of USA.
  • Mir Hassan (poet) was famous for Masnavi.
  • Umpire Aleem Dar of Pakistan awarded 3 times ICC award.
  • “Surah Al-Nasar” was the last surah to be revealed.
  • Headquarter of World Young President Organization is in Irving (USA).
  • United Nation University is located at Tokyo in Japan.
  • `Siachen` ironically means `the place of wild roses’.
  • “Roh Moo-hyun” was the president of North Korea at the time of nuclear explosion on 9 Oct 2006.
  • “Statute” means Laws by Parliament.
  • The world largest undersea railway tunnel is is proposed to be constructed between France and England.
  • ‘ZIANA’ is the news agency of Zimbabwe.
  • ‘Mauritius’ is island state in the Indian Ocean.
  • The world freest economy, with lowest taxes and lack of trade barriers is that of Singapore.
  • The headquarters of United Nations Environment Programme (established in 1972) is situated at Nairobi (Kenya).
  • “Yeti” or Abominable Snowman is an ape-like cryptid said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal, and Tibet.
  • The Headquarter of “Universal Postal Union” is in Berne.
  • Sea of Marmara lies between two part s of Turkey.
  • The Headquarters of Food and Agriculture organization (FAO) is located in Rome (Italy).
  • “Corbillion Cup” is given in the game of Table Tenis.
  • The Russian Nuclear Submarine “Kursk” was submerged under water in Barent Sea.
  • “Diego Garcia is a United States military base in the Indian Ocean.
  • California is the most populous state in the USA.
  • Alaska is the largest area wise state in the USA.
  • Archaeologists in Israel have discovered 20000 years old village under the mud of Dead Sea.
  • Apartheid is a policy of racial discrimination.
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis occurred in1962.
  • Journalism and literature is the Pulitzer Prize awarded.
  • Aung San Suukye is the author of the book ‘Freedom Fear’.
  • Buddha delivered his first sermon at Sarnath.
  • Grammy Awards are given in the field of Music.
  • USA, Russia and China have succeeded in manned space mission so far.
  • In which Country can you find more sheep than human? Australia
  • Toby Maguire acted in the title role of the film, ‘Spider Man’.
  • Discovery is the most re-used space shuttle in the world.
  • How long is a marathon? 42.2 kilometres
  • Chile is the Southernmost Country from the equator.
  • Dodi Fayed died with Princess Diana in the car accident.
  • What was Red Rum? Race Horse
  • Which is the saltiest Ocean? Pacific Ocean
  • Genesis is a last book of Bible.
  • Rubber Tree is known as Crying Tree.
  • Amazon River Originates in Peru.
  • India House is situated in London.
  • Pufferfish poisonous fish is a favourite food in Japan.
  • Dennis Tito is the first tourist in space.
  • Of the various agencies related to the United Nations, the one that has the longest period is Universal Postal Union
  • The chief administrative office of the UNO, which co-ordinates and supervises the activities of the UNO, is the secretariat
  • French line of fortification built in 1934, along the German border from Switzerland to Belgium was called Maginot Line
  • What is ORBIS? Mobile Eye Hospital
  • Muslim Students Federation (MSF) was established in 1937 by Raja Sahib of Mehmud Abad.
  • Burkina Faso is the new name of Upper Volta
  • The iron and steel industries of which of the following countries are almost fully dependent on imported raw materials? Japan
  • Mount Blanc Mountain is present in: France
  • Tasmania separated from Australia by: Bass Strait
  • The wonder of the world ‘Taj Mahal’ is situated in the Indian state of:- Uttar Pradesh
  • International Anti Corruption day is observed on 9th December
  • International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People is observed every year on 29th November
  • Burj Khalifa is the Tallest Building in the World has 162 stories, 828 meters or 2,717 feet in height and was constructed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, inaugurated on 4th Jan: 2010.
  • NRO was promulgated on oct 5 2007 and has 7 sections.
  • Tapaimukh Dam issue is between India & Bangladesh.
  • Mao movement is connected with Naxalites (India).
  • Black Widow is a rebellious gang in Assam.
  • Dal Lake is in occupied Kashmir.
  • Mother Tressa belonged to Albania and came to India in 1951. She died on Sep:5, 19997 and is burried at Kolkata.
  • Sunda strait separates Sumatra from Java Island.
  • Buckingham palace is the residence of British king and Queen is in London.
  • The foundation stone of the sikhism’s holiest place “Golden Tample” at Amritsar was laid by Hazrat Mian Mir
  • Great Wall of China was built in the reign of Shih Huang-ti.
  • Istana Merdeke is the official residence of President of Indonesia.
  • Cuba’s leader does not have an official residence.
  • Drowning Street No. 10 is located at Westminster (England). It is famous for the official residence of the British Prime Minister. It was named after Sir George Drowning, a diplomat under Cromwell and King Charles II.
  • Elgin Street is located in Scotland. It is the world’s shortest street.
  • Young Street is located in Toronto (Canada). It is the longest street in the world.
  • Broadway (USA) is famous for various theaters and cinema halls. It is regarded as biggest street in the world.
  • The busiest shopping centre of London is Oxford Street.
  • Orange is the name of river of South Africa
  • Churchill water fall is present in: Canada
  • Sigmund Freud is a psychiatrist, who belonged to Austria
  • George Washington was succeeded by John Adams
  • Le Harve is the seaport of France
  • Abdul Qadeer Khan did his Ph.D. from Leaven University of Belgium
  • Kafir Fort is located in the province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • The largest gold producing country in the world is China
  • The foreign phrase Coup d’dessai means A first attempt
  • In which Indian state is the Sun Temple of Konark located? Orissa
  • Which is the longest Shipping canal of the world? Beloye-More
  • What day is observed internationally on 5 October? Teachers day
  • The Japanese Prime Minister at the time of World War II was: Hideki Tojo
  • Which Sea has no coastline? Sargasso Sea
  • What is a Stripka? Mountain Pass of Bulgaria
  • Which city is called “City of Parks”? Kiev
  • ‘Island of Cloves’ is the nickname of: Madagascar
  • Synagogue is place of worship of which religion? Judaism
  • The Himalayan mountain system belongs to which of the following? Fold mountains
  • Pakistan mainly import edible oil from Malaysia
  • The first Winter Olympic Games were held at Chamonix (France)
  • Bangladesh is the first Asian country who has ratified Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT).
  • “Chechnya” is located in South Caucasus.
  • “Contraband” means all smuggled material.
  • During the period of one unit, Mushtaq Ahmad Gormani was the first Governor of West Pakistan and Amiruddin Ahmad was the first Governor of East Pakistan.
  • At the time of partition of India, the biggest princely state by area was Hyderabad (Daccan).
  • “Feminism” is a belief that women’s subordination to men should end.
  • The Eastern Mediterranean Island “Cyprus” is divided between Turkey and Greece.
  • “Apartheid” means racial segregation.
  • “Bullet Vote” is a ballet in which electors confine their interest to a single issue or candidate.
  • The range of Hatf-1 missile is 100 kilometers.
  • “Asia Watch” is a Human rights organization.
  • Abul Qasim Al Zahrawi was the greatest Muslim surgeon.
  • “NASDA” is a space agency of USA.
  • “Taiwan” was separate from China in 1949.
  • “Pristina” is the capital of Kossovo.
  • “Akmola” is the capital of Kazakhistan.
  • “Nagorno karabakh” is a disputed territory between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
  • “Grand Prix” means a great work.
  • “Hung Parliament” is a parliament in which no one party has overall majority.
  • “Guided Democracy” convey the meaning of a democracy at the grassroots level.
  • “San Tiago” is the capital of Chile.
  • The total area of Azad Kashmir is 13,297 Sq km.
  • “Black Gold” is also name for Oil.
  • “Free Town” is the capital of Sierra Leone.
  • Ghauri-1 is a medium range missile.
  • “Gota canal” is the ship canal situated in Sweden.
  • “Tugela water fall” is present in South Africa.
  • What name is given to inflammation of one or more joints, causing pain, swelling and restriction of movement? Arthritis
  • In which country is the volcano Mount Aso? Japan
  • Which international environmental pressure group was founded in 1971? Greenpeace
  • Official religion of Japan is Shintoism.
  • When East Pakistan separated from West Pakistan? 16th December 1971
  • After how many years did Pakistan get her first constitution? 9 years
  • When first constitution of Pakistan was enforced? 23rd March 1956
  • In which constitution Bicameral Legislature was provided for the first time? 1973
  • Drama kis zaban ka lafaz hai?Lateeni
  • Hazrat Sulaiman (A.S) ki hum asar Malkah Sa’ba ka asal naam kia tha? Balqees
  • Agro based industry is? poultry, fishery, livestock
  • In which sea Cyprus present? Mediterranean Sea
  • Where Darwin port is located Australia.
  • “Ping pong” is the name of which game? Table Tennis
  • In which sura the orders of zakat described? Sura Tuba
  • Who is the writer of kitabul khiraj? Imam Abu Yusuf
  • When zakat ordinance promulgated? 20 June 1980
  • What meant of D-Day? Day upon which some significant event will occur or has occurred
  • Fatima Jinnah Joined AIML in 1937.
  • Who prepared Pirpur report? Raja Syed Mehdi (1938)
  • When water accord between provinces? 1991
  • Where Rawal dam constructed on river kurrang.

“Bala Hisar fort built by Babar.

  • Who adminsitrated the oath of Prime minister to liaqat ali khan Muhamad ali Jinnah.
  • Where copper deposits in Chagi.
  • Where is Chandka Medical College in Larkana.
  • Where are artificial forest are bieng maintained in Changa Manga,
  • Which is Pakistan’s 2nd largest foreign exchange earner crop is Rice.
  • C R formula prepared by Rajagopalachari.
  • IPP stang for Independent Power producer.
  • Mast Tawakli was poet of Balochi language
  • Pakistan joined ILO on September 14, 1947.
  • “Mogadishu” is the capital of Somalia.
  • Baba Farid is a 1st Punjabi poet.
  • “Ringitt” is the currency of Malaysia.
  • Decimal system introduced in Pakistan on 1st January 1961.
  • Turkmanistan is the largest natural gas producer among Muslim countries.
  • Pentagon is a defence head office of USA.
  • Gorbachev was the president of USSR.
  • “Tahirah” khatab was given to Khadija (RA).
  • “Lionel Messi” is a famous football player of Argentina.
  • Who was called Sword of Allah? Khalid bin Walid
  • Obama was awarded with Noble Prize for peace in 2009.
  • Fourteen Points was presented by Jinah on 28 March 1929.
  • Hiyat-e-Javeed was written by Altaf Hussain Hali.
  • Hazrat Adam (AS) built the Khana kaaba for the first time.
  • Name of Governor General after Nazim-ud-Din? Ghulam Muhammad.
  • Istanmbol city lies in two continents.
  • Vatican City and Lesotho are the countries that are located inside a country.
  • Boxing Day in Austrailia 26 December.
  • In which surah mention that “Islam is the Complete Releigion”? Al-Maeda
  • After Nile, Amazon is the second longest river of the world.
  • “Pyrenees” is a range of mountains in southwest Europe that forms a natural border between France and Spain. It separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of continental Europe.
  • “Three Gorges Dam” is name of world’s largest dam constructed in China?
  • “Khaki Shadows” book was written by K.M. Arif.
  • “Fort William College” was established at Calcutta (1600).
  • Kingdom of Khwarzim was destroyed in 1218-20 AD by Changaiz Khan.
  • “Junko Taibei” was the first woman to climb Everest.
  • Sardar Atta ullah Mengal was the first Chief Minister of Balochistan from May 1972 to February 1973.
  • The Magna Carta was signed by King John on 15th June 1215.
  • The first Pakistani Postal stamp was issued in July 1948.
  • The European Union was established with its headquarters at Brussels in1957.
  • “Ormara” is a port city (fishing harbor) located in the Makran or coastal region of Balochistan Province in Pakistan.
  • “Truancy” means One who is absent without permission, especially from school.
  • Buddhist emperor Ashoka belonged to Mauryan Dynasty.
  • “Crimean peninsula” lies between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
  • Liverpool is situated on bank of river Mersey.
  • Hamburg is situated on bank of river Elbe.
  • Helvetia is the old name of Switzerland.
  • Kashf-al-Mahjoob was written by Hazrat Ali Hajveri.
  • Roman Empire was established in 27 B.C. by Octavian.
  • The temperate grasslands of Asia and Europe are known as Steppes.
  • “Ex-officio” means In virtue of one’s office.
  • In 1954 USA launched her first Atomic Submarine Nautilus.
  • Pakistan’s first expedition land on Antarctica? On January 15, 1991.
  • First Provincial elections after establishment of Pakistan were held in1951.
  • First edition of Asar-us-Sanadid appeared in1846 by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.
  • Sir Syed Ahmad Khan became Chief Judge In1846.
  • Headquarters of World Economic Forum is situated in Davos.
  • The largest number of women representatives is in the parliament of Denmark.
  • A.Bhutto wrote the book “Great Tragedy”.
  • Third Afghan War, Afghanistan gained its independence in 1921.
  • Afghanistan gained its independence in 1921 under the leadership of Aman ul Allah.
  • The foreign phrase Coup d’etat means Illegal.
  • Central Asia became the part of Muslim Empire during the reign of Waleed I.
  • Census is made after once in a decade.
  • IAEA and OPEC hearquarter is situated at Viena.
  • Al-Azhar University is situated in Egypt.
  • Third world countries are called backward countires.
  • “Alumni” means a male graduate or former student of a school, college, or university.
  • Who was called the brain of Arab Hazrat Amr bin-al-Ass(RA).
  • Last Khutba was dilivered by Prophet (PBUH) on mountain of Safa.
  • Blue and White Nile met at Khartum (Sudan).
  • Lisbon is the capital of
  • Approximatly 7000 languages are spoken in the world.
  • Six billion species of living things are discovered up to date.
  • ILO came into existence under the treaty of Versailles after World War 1 in
  • 1st May is observed all over the world as labour day in honor of working people of Chicago.
  • Mother tongue of Quaid-e-Azam was Gujrati and the professional qualification of Quaid-e-Azam was Bar at Law.
  • Sir Sikindar Hayat was Chief Minister of Punjab in 1937
  • Jean-Jacques Rousseau is the father of the French Revolution.The French Revolution (1789–1799), was a period of radical social and political upheaval in France that had a major impact on France and indeed all of Europe. The absolute monarchy that had ruled France for centuries collapsed in three years.
  • “Rabita al-Alam al-Islami” Muslim organization was founded in 1962.
  • The University of Al-Karaouine is the oldest university of the world located in Morocco.
  • General Ayub khan is the first elected President and Z.A Bhutto is the first elected PM of Pakistan.
  • Hussain Shaheed Suharwardi was the first Pakistani Prime Minister, who visited in china.
  • ‘Ottawa convention 1997’ is related to Environment protection.
  • The Leaning Tower (Pisa Tower) is located in Rome (Italy).
  • Richard Nixon was only President of USA who resigned from his post because of “Watergate” scandal on 9 August, 1974.
  • Next Football World Cup will be played in 2014 in Brazil.
  • Noble Prize was first awarded? 1901
  • ‘Tsunami’ means ‘Harbour Waves’; the word is derived from Japanese.
  • Which country’s flag is known as Union Jack?UK
  • The term ‘16 yards hit’ is associated with Hockey.
  • Who is the founder of Wikipedia?Jimmy Wales
  • Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan presented ‘Chenab Formula’ to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
  • Dalhousie introduced the principle of the Doctrine of Lapse.
  • Dome of Rock is located in Jerusalem.
  • Greenwich Mean Time was established at London in 1884.
  • The Bolshevik Revolution is associated with Russia.
  • “Garuda” airline is the name of airline of Indonesia.
  • Habib Bank provided 80 million loans for making 1st budget of Pakistan.
  • Headquarters of the Amnesty International is located in London.
  • The 2012 Olympic Games are scheduled to be held at London.
  • Sher Shah’s real name was Farid Khan.
  • Pakistan won gold medal for the first time in Olympics 1960.
  • ‘Latakia’ is the seaport of Syria.
  • The Declaration of Independence of the American Colonies was adopted by the Constitutional Congress on July 4, 1776 at Philadelphia.
  • Mahan Airline belongs to Iran.
  • Which American industrialist was praised by Adlof Hitler in his autobiography, Mein Kampf? In fact, he was the only American to be praised by Hitler? Henry Ford
  • Pakistan’s first Constituent Assembly constituted on July 20, 1947.
  • Saddat Dynasty was founded by Khizar Khan in 1414.
  • Who advocated the theory of laissez faire? Adam Smith
  • Senate of Pakistan is consisting of 104 members after the 18th amendment.
  • ‘TRIPITIKA’ is a sacred book of Buddhists.
  • Which is the longest river of America? Mississippi
  • Hitler party which came into power in 1933 is known as Nazi Party.
  • Epsom (England) is the place associated with Horse racing
  • Guarantee to an exporter that the importer of his goods will pay immediately for the goods ordered by him, is known as Letter of Credit (L/C)
  • First Afghan War took place in 1839.
  • Gulf cooperation council was originally formed by Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates
  • Dumping is — selling of goods abroad at a price well below the production cost at the home market price ; the process by which the supply of a manufacture’s product remains low in the domestic market, which batches him better price ; prohibited by regulations of GATT
  • Habeas Corpus Act 1679 — states that no one was to be imprisoned without a writ or warrant stating the charge against him ; provided facilities to a prisoner to obtain either speedy trial or release in bail ; safeguarded the personal liberties of the people against arbitrary imprisonment by the king’s orders
  • Each year World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is celebrated on May 8
  • Fire temple is the place of worship of Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion).
  • Durand Cup is associated moon is a velocity to get rid of the Earth’s gravitational pull For safety with the game of Football
  • First International Peace Congress was held in London in 1843 AD
  • Zakir Hussain was the first Muslim president of India
  • Hockey was introduced in the Asian Games in1958 in Tokyo
  • ESCAP stands for Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific
  • During the first crusade, crusaders reached Jerusalem and captured it in 1099 AD
  • Linus Carl Pauling is the only person to have won two Nobel prizes individually for Chemistry in 1954, Peace Prize in 1962
  • Free market is market where the price of a commodity is determined by free play of the forces of supply and demand
  • ICAO stands for International Civil Aviation Organization
  • Which country makes the Entac Missiles: France
  • The ‘Great Leap Forward’ was:Chinese Economic Programme
  • What is the actual name of F-16:Fighting Falcon
  • The constitution of European Union has not been ratified by:France
  • In which month does the U.N. General Assembly usually meet every year of? Third Tuesday of
  • Which of the following Internet Search Engines will introduce the World’s biggest digital Library? Google(head office in Newyork)
  • Under “Vision 2025” WAPDA will construct SATPARA Dam on Indus river in:Northern Areas
  • The Headquarters of the UN Security Council is located at:New York
  • Petronas towers are located in Kuala Lumpur.
  • The number of players in each team of basketball game is:5
  • Mahbub-ul-Haq Human Development Center is located at:Islamabad
  • Maple leaf is the National emblem of:Canada
  • India has constructed ‘Baglihar Dam’ in occupied Kashmir’s district of:Doda
  • ‘Hamas’ was founded in 1987 by:it was founded by Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, Abdel Aziz al-Rantissiand Mohammad Taha
  • Which of the following regions of Balochistan will be irrigated through Kachi Canal Nasirabad
  • India is constructing Kishanganda Dam in
  • Who united all the Sikhs and founded a kingdom in the Punjab? Ranjit Singh
  • How many members were nominated by Muslim League for the Interim-Government in 1946? 5
  • Fraizi Movement was started by Haji Shariat Ullah in Bangal in 1828
  • When was the first agreement signed on Siachen glacier? 1949
  • What were the key issues for discussion in the 2nd Round Table Conference? Issue of Federation and minorities in the Sub-Continent
  • Which religious scholar tried to eradicate different innovations from the religion? Haji Shariat Ullah
  • When did the British Government Issue White Paper on Constitutional Proposals? In March, 1933
  • When President Zia-ul-Haq enforced an interim constitution? 1981
  • What is the old name of Pakpatan? Ajudhan
  • Who is the founder of Unionist Party? Sir Fazal Hussain
  • On which river Merani Dam is built? Dasht River
  • When was the Qisas and Diyat ordinance enforced in Pakistan? October 13, 1990
  • Who said that Cripps Mission was a post-dated cheque of a crashing bank? Mahatma Gandhi
  • Rakaposhi mountain peak is located near? Swat Valley
  • Why did All India Muslim League boycott the first session of Constituent Assembly? Because Congress wanted to frame the constitution for
  • The North Western areas are Muslim majority areas. We will not only keep these majorities but will turn them into a Muslim state. Muslims should get rid of Indianism, it is better for Muslims and Islam" who said this statement? Chaudhry Rehmat Ali
  • Name the poet who had command over seven languages? Sachal Sarmast
  • The reign of which of the following Sultans is said to mark the highest point of territorial expansion of the Sultanate. Muhammad bin Taghluq
  • What was the main reason behind Muslim League Failure in the Elections of 1937? The organizational problems and opposition by local
  • The first successful evening paper from Lahore is Sahafat.
  • Lord Harding was the author of ‘My India Years’.
  • Treaty of Lausane was signed in
  • The book ‘verdict on India’ was written by Beverlay Nickolas.
  • The founder of Two Nations Theory is considered to be Sir Syed Ahmad Kha
  • During the Tashkent Agreement the Foreign Minister of Pakistan was Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
  • Chachnama was originally written in
  • Friday was declared for the first time as an official weekly holiday by: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
  • Neelum River flows into Jehlum.
  • Gilgit Agency was set up in 1873.
  • Satpara Lake is located near Skardu.
  • Mahabat khan Mosque was destroyed by? fire
  • What is the ranking of Thar Desert in the world? 9
  • What was the main difficulty which delayed the constitution making in Pakistan? The distribution of powers between Federal and Provincial Governments
  • Identify the importance of the Lahore Resolution of the Muslim League passed in 1940? It had the support of the entire Muslim Country
  • Liaquat – Nehru pact was announced at Delhi in April 1950.
  • Muhammad Ali Bogra formula was put forward in October 1953.
  • Area around the river is known as Bela.
  • Cease-fire line case into existence in 1949.
  • Pakistan established its first Atomic Energy Institute on January, 1955.
  • Pakistan was declared as great ally of Non NATO in 2003.
  • Shaikh ismail the saint, who first came in Lahore.
  • When was the local govt.system under the devolution of power plan, 2001, inaugurated? aug 14,2001
  • When Pakistan got first loan from USA? 1952
  • In which year Quaid-e-Azam went into self-exile in London? 1931
  • Gandhi called Pakistan Resolution a Moral wrong.
  • How many Mughal emperors ruled over sub-continent? 17
  • Who is the author of “Hunter par Hunter”? Maulana Zafar Ali khan
  • The Indian forces occupy the state of Jammu and Kashmir on Oct. 27, 1947
  • Defence Pact between USA and Pakistan? April, 1954
  • “A New History of Indo-Pakistan” is written by K. Ali
  • Quaid-e-Azam became the permanent president of Muslim League 1934
  • The Cabinet Mission announced their plan on 16th May 1946
  • Dutch East Indies is the old name of Indonesia.
  • Which US state has the sugar maple as its state tree and is the leading US producer of maple sugar?
  • Apart from French, German and Romansch, what is the fourth official language of the Switzerland?
  • In which city was the world’s first underground train was service opened in 1863?
  • How many pairs of ribs are there in the human body?
  • What is the main port of Italy?
  • In which state is Harvard University? New Jersey.
  • Which city was the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy until 1865?
  • Which country is separated form Ethiopia (Abyssinia is it’s old name) by the Red Sea?
  • “Mount Logan” is the highest peak in
  • What is measured by an ammeter? Electric current.
  • The doctrine of “Wahdatul-Wajood” was presented by Ibn-e- Arabi.
  • Before Referendum Sylhet was the part of Assam.
  • Banks were nationalized in Pakistan 1974.
  • Where is Kallar Kahar situated? Chakwal
  • When Pakistan introduced National Identity cards (NIC)? 1974
  • Which language is prominent in Hazara division? Hindko
  • The northern part of which country is called Oesling?
  • Napier is a city in which country? New Zealand.
  • What is the Hook of Holland? A port in the southeast Netherlands,
  • The river Douro forms part of the border between which two countries? Spain and Portugal.
  • In which country is the Great Slave Lake?
  • “Brussels” is the headquarters of European Economic Community.
  • Anjuman-i-Hamayat-Islam was established in subcontinent 1884 and Khalifa Hamid-ud-Din is the first president.
  • Colorado river forms the Grand Canyon in the United States.
  • England’s greatest poet and dramatist whose 450th birth anniversary will be celebrated throughout the world in 2014 is William Shakespeare.
  • Woodrow Wilson was the President of USA during World War I.
  • Hahn Otto is the German scientist who invented the atom bomb.
  • Qutubuddin Aibak laid the foundation of the first independent Turkish kingdom in India in 1206.
  • “Rohtas Fort” was constructed on the bank river of Jhelum by (on Sher Shah’s order) Todar Mal.
  • Hazara division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province comprises five districtd including abbottabad, Batagram, Kohistan, Mansehra and Haripur.
  • The foundation stone of the sikhism’s holiest place “Golden Tample” at Amritsar was laid by Hazrat Mian Mir.
  • “Baburnama” (alternatively known as Tuzk-e Babri) is the name given to the memoirs of Babur (1483-1530), founder of the Mughal Empire and a great-great-great-grandson of Timur. It is an autobiographical work, originally written in the Chagatai language.
  • Which of the following countries is the world’s largest emitter of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere? China
  • Syed Abul Ala Maududi is the first Editor-in-Chief of the magazine ‘Tarjuman-ul-Quran’.
  • The Winter Olympic Games came into being in 1924.
  • Road safety day is observed on 3rd June.
  • Monsoon season in Pakistan starts in July and end in September.
  • Headquarter of United Nations Fund for Population Activities (established in1967) is located in New York.
  • The river Danube rises in which country?
  • The UK is the world’s largest tea importer country. (Pakistan is the second largest; Sri Lanka is the largest tea exporter and India is the largest tea producer country in the world).
  • The district of the country having lowest population density is Kharan (with a population density of only 4 ppl/km2, Awaran and Chagai share the same with Kharan).
  • Darfur conflict is in
  • The first President of America who made an official visit to Pakistan was Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • The ‘Aid to Pakistan Consortium’ meets every year in
  • Which of the following International Organizations has no formal structure and secretariat? G-8
  • Who were the three statesmen who formulated Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)? Nehru, Nasser, and Tito
  • Six official working languages are recognized by UNO.
  • Alliance among India, Germany, Japan and Brazil to support each other’s bid for permanent seat on UN Security Council is called G 4.
  • The Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline is also known as Peace Pipeline.
  • “Silk Air” is an airline of
  • Which of the following categories of Nobel Prise was established in 1968? Economics
  • Total cultivable Land of Pakistan is approximately 80 million hectares which is the 25% of total land area.
  • Madagascar is the largest island in Indian Ocean.
  • 2016 Summer Olympics will be held at Rio de Janerio
  • “Kyat” is the currency of
  • Environment Treaty Kyoto Protocol will be expired in 2012 .
  • Sudan established diplomatic relationship with China in 1959.
  • Salahuddin Ahmad is the first Chief Justice of Federal Shariat Court.
  • Shahida Milk is the first woman General in Pakistan.
  • Spleen is called the graveyard of Red Blood Cells.
  • Which country is nicknamed ‘The Cockpit of Europe’ because of the number of battles throughout history fought on its soil?
  • First Chaiman of SPARCO was Dr. Abdul Salam.
  • “Hutu” is the majority ethnic group of both Burundi and Rwanda.
  • “Ikhwan as Safa, is a secret Arab organization, was founded in Basra (Iraq).
  • “Long March” was the Chinese Communists historic 9600 km journey in 1934.
  • “Pan Islam” is the movement for uniting the Islamic nations, was originated in 1880 in Ottoman Empire.
  • “Falkland Island” (also called Islas Malvinas) belongs to Britain.
  • Telstar” was world’s first communicayion satellite (1962).
  • The Gobi desert extends over which two countries? China and Mongolia.
  • The Great Barrier Reef is off coast of which Australian state?
  • Which three countries, apart from the former Yugoslavia, share borders with Greece? Albania, Bulgaria, Turkey.
  • In the Greek alphabet, what is the name for the letter O?
  • What, in the 16th and 17th century, was a pavana? A dance.
  • In which country is the ancient city of Tarsus?
  • Which six countries border the Black Sea?
    Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.
  • AOL are an internet service provider. What does AOL stand for? America Online.
  • Which English queen had an extra finger on her hand? Anne Boleyn.
  • Apart from America, which is the only country in the world to which alligators are native?
  • After World War I, Transylvania became part of which country?
  • Which sea in Northern Europe is bounded by several countries including Sweden, Finland, Poland and Germany? The Baltic Sea
  • A road tunnel runs from Pelerins in France to Entreves in Italy under which mountain? Mont Blanc.
  • The Barents Sea is part of which ocean? Arctic Ocean.
  • Which two countries are either side of the mouth of the River Plate? Argentina and Uruguay.
  • What is the longest river solely in England?
  • Of where is Amman the capital?
  • How many innings are there for each team in a game of baseball?
  • What is the longest river in India?
  • Which month of the year obtains its name from the Latin verb for ‘to open’?
  • On what river does Rome stand? Tiber
  • What in Scotland is the meaning of the prefix ‘Inver’? River mouth.
  • Which US state has the lowest population?
  • Which county is nicknamed the Garden of England?
  • Which African country was formerly called French Sudan?
  • Which sport was originally called ‘soccer-in-water’? Water polo.
  • Which unit of measurement is derived from the Arabic quirrat, meaning seed?
  • Which Italian city was originally built on seven hills?
  • What does the acronym NAAFI stand for? Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes.
  • Manama is the capital of which country?
  • On which river does Berlin stand? River Spree.
  • What type of clock was invented in 1656 by Christian Huygens? The pendulum clock.
  • In which desert is the world’s driest place? Atacama (Chile).
  • Which is the world’s saltiest sea? The Red Sea.
  • Which is the least salty? The Baltic Sea.
  • Which nun won the Nobel Prize for peace in 1979? Mother Teresa.
  • How many points in the pink ball worth in snooker?
  • Which scientist was named ‘Person of the Century’ by Time Magazine? Albert Einstein
  • Who sailed in Santa Maria? Christopher Columbus.
  • Which country was formerly known as Malagasy Republic?
  • Addis Ababa is the capital of which country?
  • The name of which North African city literally means ‘white house’?
  • Of what sort of fish is the dogfish a small variety?
  • Which Asian country was divided at the 38th parallel after World War II? Korea (north korea and south korea).
  • What is the name of the Winter Olympics event that combines cross-country skiing and shooting?
  • Which American science-fiction writer wrote Fahrenheit 451? Ray Bradbury.
  • Which African animal’s name means ‘river horse’?
  • Which Indian religion was founded by Guru Nanak?
  • What is the capital of Austria?
  • What in printing do the letters ‘u.c.’ stand for? Upper case.
  • What, politically, does UDI stand for? Unilateral declaration of independence.
  • Donnerstag is German for which day of the week?
  • Which Asian capital city was known as Batavia until 1949?
  • The ancient city of Carthage is now in which country?
  • What in Russia is Izvestia? A newspaper.
  • Which is the world’s windiest continent?
  • In which part of the body are the deltoid muscles?
  • E is the international car registration letter for which country?
  • Vienna stands on which river?
  • Which French city is a meeting place for the European Parliament?
  • Annapurna is a mountain in which mountain range?
  • How is October 24, 1929 remembered? Black Thursday.
  • The River Danube flows into which sea? The Black Sea.
  • Which strait separates the North and South islands of New Zealand? Cook Strait.
  • Who wrote Black Beauty? Anna Sewell.
  • What is the capital of Poland?
  • Ice-cream was first produced in which country in the 17th century?
  • In medicine, what does the acronym SARS stand for? Severe Acute Respiratory System.
  • Which Shakepeare play was set in Elsinore Castle, Denmark?
  • The Kyukyu Island chain lies between which two countries? Japan & Taiwan.
  • Which explorer discovered Victoria Falls in Africa? David Livingstone.
  • Who was the last king of Egypt?
  • Which war lasted 16 years longer than its name implies? The Hundred Year’s War.
  • What is the national sport of Malaysia and Indonesia?
  • Which is the shallowest of the Great Lakes? Lake Erie.
  • Which country was originally named Cathay?
  • Sinhalese is a language spoken in which country? Sri Lanka.
  • The Sao Francisco River flows through which country?
  • In which sport do teams compete for the Dunhill Cup?
  • Which Shakespeare character’s last words are: ‘The rest is silence’?
  • In economics, whose law states that: ‘bad money drives out good money’? Gresham’s.
  • Who made the first navigation of the globe in the vessel Victoria?
  • Which mountaineer on being asked why he wanted to climb Everest said: ‘Because it’s there’? George Mallory.
  • What was the former name for Sri Lanka?
  • Of which Middle east, country is Baghdad the capital?
  • How many arms does a squid have?
  • Which indoor game is played with a shuttlecock?
  • Do stalactites grow upwards or downwards?
  • Which German city and port is at the confluence of the rivers Neckar and Rhine?
  • Where in Europe are the only wild apes to be found?
  • The Brabanconne is the national anthem of which country?
  • In which country is the River Spey?
  • What is the capital of Morocco?
  • How many balls are on the table at the start of a game of pool?
  • What is the national airline of Russia, code name SU?
  • What would be kept in a quiver?
  • What is the modern name of the rocky fortress which the Moors named Gabel-al-Tarik (the Rock of Tarik)?
  • Who was the last Bristish king to appear in battle? George II.
  • San Juan is the capital of which island in the West Indies? Puerto Rico.
  • Which profession gets its name from the Latin word for lead?
  • What is the highest mountain in the Alps? Mont Blanc.
  • Of which Caribbean country is Port-au-Prince the capital?
  • What is the first book of the New Testament? The Gospel according to Saint Matthew.
  • “Haiti” had a police force called the Tonton Macoutes.
  • Who was the first British sovereign to make regular use of Buckingham Palace when in residence in London? Queen Victoria.
  • Of where is Sofia the capital?
  • What is meant by the musical term andante? At a moderate tempo.
  • Which team has a soccer team called Ajax?
  • Which Dutch explorer discovered New Zealand? Abel Tasman.
  • Viti Levu is the largest island of which country?
  • Which country fought on both sides during World War II?
  • In the game of chess, which piece is called springer in Germany?
  • What is the meaning of the Russian word ‘mir’?
  • What is the longest river in France? Loire
  • What nationality was the explorer Ferdinand Magellan?
  • Which Italian city is called Firenze in Italian?
  • What is Autralia’s largest city?
  • Which term meaning ‘lightning war’ was used to describe military tactics used by Germany in World War II?
  • Where is the deepest ocean and how deep? Pacific Ocean, largest and deepest of the world’s four oceans, covering more than a third of the earth’s surface and containing more than half of its free water. Apart from the marginal seas along its irregular western rim, it has an area of 166 million sq km (64 million sq mi), substantially larger than the entire land surface of the globe.
  • What is a tornado? Tornado, violently rotating column of air extending from within a thundercloud (see Cloud) down to ground level. The strongest tornadoes may sweep houses from their foundations, destroy brick buildings, toss cars and school buses through the air, and even lift railroad cars from their tracks.
  • Where are the World’s Rains Forests? In South America, a vast, forested area of the Amazon River basin in Brazil and neighboring countries is by far the largest rain forest in the world. It encompasses more than 3.5 million sq km (about 1.4 million sq mi) about half of the total global rain forests cover.
  • What is SCHIZOPHRENIA? Schizophrenia, severe mental illness characterized by a variety of symptoms, including loss of contact with reality, bizarre behavior, disorganized thinking and speech, decreased emotional expressiveness, and social withdrawal.
  • What is bloodless revolution? Called also the Glorius Revolution in England, it marked the end of the despotic rule of the Stuarts and gave way to parliamentary rule there in 1688.
  • Which language is written from top to bottom and from left to right? Japanese.
  • What is drindle? A kind of dress.
  • What is a concordance? An index of words or topics in a book.
  • What is the significance of the Corsica Island in history? Birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte.
  • Some important terms :
  1. Blockade: Blockade, naval operation conducted by a country at war, with the object of closing to foreign commerce the vital ports of an enemy country and thereby aiding in the military defeat of that country by denying it access to supplies and communications from without.
    2. Bourgeoisie: The term was first applied to those inhabitants of medieval towns in France who occupied a position somewhere between the peasants and the landowning nobility; soon it was extended to the middle class of other nations.
    3. Buffer state: Small State between two larger ones, regarded as reducing friction.
    4. Détente: Détente, policy toward a rival nation or bloc of nations characterized by increased diplomatic, commercial, and cultural contact and a desire to reduce tensions, as through negotiations or talks.
    5. Gentelman’s agreement: Agreement binding in honour but not enforceable.
    6. Fillbustering: Filibuster, in legislative procedure, term denoting the means employed by members of a legislative assembly to delay or prevent action on a measure to which they are opposed. Such means may include the introduction of dilatory motions, intentional absence from the assembly in order to prevent the existence of a quorum, or the presentation of abnormally long, often meaningless speeches.
    7. Deflation: Deflation involves a sustained decline in the aggregate level of prices, such as occurred during the Great Depression of the 1930s; it is usually associated with a prolonged erosion of economic activity and high unemployment. Widespread price declines have become rare, however, and inflation is now the dominant variable affecting public and private economic planning.
    8.Tout: Spy out the movements and conditions of racehorses in training.
    9. Camouflage: Camouflage (military) (French camoufler, ”to disguise”), word introduced by the French at the beginning of World War I to designate scientific disguise of objects through imitation of natural surroundings.
    10. Palliative: Aiming to make the patient as comfortable as possible for as long as possible.
    11. Caucus: Caucus, meeting of members of a political party at which the party conducts its business, discusses policies, and begins the process of nominating candidates for public office. The caucus method of choosing candidates is usually contrasted with the primary election. In most primary elections, voters select the party’s candidates directly at polling places.
    12. Amnesia: Amnesia, loss or impairment of memory. Amnesia is usually associated with some form of brain damage, but it may also be caused by severe psychological trauma.
    13. Lynching: Lynching, hanging or other types of executions, in punishment of a presumed criminal offense, carried out by self-appointed commissions or mobs, without due process of law. The term lynching is generally believed to be derived from the name of a Virginia justice of the peace, Charles Lynch, who ordered extralegal punishment for Tory acts during the American Revolution (1775-1783).
    14. Lgnition point: Ignition, process or means of igniting a combustible substance. Ignition occurs when the temperature of a substance is raised to the point at which its molecules will react spontaneously with oxygen, and the substance begins to burn. This temperature is called the ignition temperature or ignition point.
  • Houston and Delware canals are present in the country? France
  • “Grand Canal” is the oldest man made canal for shiping purpose situated in? China
  • Hudson Bay is the largest bay of the world situated in Northern Canada
  • Budapest is the capital of Hungary situated on the bank of River Danube.
  • Sea of Marmara and Aegean sea are connected by the strait Dardanelles
  • Cook strait separates south New-Zealand from North New-Zealand
  • River volga pours it’s water into the Caspian sea
  • The important country close to international date line is? New zealand
  • Longest day in the Northern Hemisphere? 21st june
  • The shortest day is? 22 December
  • Continent in the world has the least rainfall? Africa
  • South pole is located in the continent of ?Antarctica
  • Which is the largest country in the Arabian penunsula? Saudi Arabia
  • Which is the least populated continent in the world? antarctica
  • Which of the following countries leads the world in the export of oil? Saudi Arabia
  • Which island was epicenter of Tsunami of 26, december 2004? Smatra
  • Which continent is without glaciers? Australia
  • The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was Mujibur Rehman
  • The longest highway in the world is the Trans Canada (length of About 8000 km)
  • The country that accounts for nearly one third of the total teak production of the world is Myanmar.
  • The country also known as “country of Copper” is Zambia
  • The coldest place on the earth is Verkoyansk in Siberia
  • The country which ranks second in terms of land area is Canada
  • The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is Sicily

The capital city that stands on the river Danube is Belgrade

  • The Japanese call their country as Nippon
  • The length of the English channel is 564 kilometres

The country in which river Wangchu flows is Myanmar

  • The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is Detroit, USA
  • The country which is the largest producer of rubber in the world is Malaysia
  • The earlier name of New York city was New Amsterdam
  • The first Industrial Revolution took place in England
  • World Environment Day is observed on 5th June
  • The first Republican President of America was Abraham Lincoln
  • The country famous for Samba dance is Brazil
  • The name of Alexander’s horse was Beucephalus
  • Singapore was founded by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles
  • The famous British one-eyed Admiral was Nelson
  • The UNO was formed on oct. 24,1945
  • The independence day of South Korea is celebrated on 15th August
  • ‘Last Judgement’ was the first painting of an Italian painter named Michelangelo
  • The first President of Egypt was Mohammed Nequib
  • The person who is called the father of modern Italy is G.Garibaldi
  • The first woman Prime Minister of Britain was Margaret Thatcher
  • What do you call a group of sheep?A Flock of Sheep
  • On the banks of which river is the city of London located? Thames
  • Which among the following trees is considered the tallest in the world? Eucalyptus
  • Which of the following is a Kharif Crop? Rice,cotton
  • Humidity in the river is maximum in ?Monsoon
  • Simpson Desert is present in? Australia
  • The national flag of Pakistan was designed by Amiruddin Kidwai.
  • The most sunshine place is Arizona, U.S.A.
  • Money is not made out of paper. It is made out of Cotton.
  • Norway is the only European Country which is the member of OPAC.
  • The oldest army in the world is that of the Swiss Guard in the Vatican City (Rome,Italy)
  • D. is the abbreviation of Anno Domini.
  • Someone who collects Teddy bear is known as Arctophile
  • Solar Calendar is also Known as Gregorian calendar.
  • Squash is not included in Olympics.
  • Five rings in Olympic Flag represent Five Continents.
  • Milan (Italy) is the fashion world of Capital.
  • FORTUNE is the only Magazine which is issued for Top 100 Richest Persons in world.
  • The largest circulated magazine in the world is Reader’s Digest.
  • Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in Italy.
  • The largest capital is Lapaz, Bolivia (South America).
  • Piccaso and Pablo are the Persons who Started Cubism movement.
  • The largest City area wise is New York and Population wise is Tokyo.
  • The largest artificial lake is lake Mead ( manmade)
  • The largest active volcano is Mauna-lao Hawaii Island.
  • The deepest cave is Reseau Jean Bernard in France.
  • The largest tomb is the Mount Li Tomb belonging to Zheng the first Emperor of China.
  • Technologically the most advanced Asian Country is Japan.
  • The largest forest is The Vast Coniferous Forest of the Northern Russia.
  • The country with the highest rate of suicide is Sri Lanka.
  • The smallest Islamic country is Maldives (in South Asia).
  • Volga baltic canal system is the world’s largest canal system.
  • The country with the highest annual population growth rate is Oman, Asia.
  • The largest cinema is The Radio City Music Hall, in New York, USA.
  • The country without cinema is Saudia Arabia.
  • The largest complex of film studio is at Universal City, Los Angeles, California, USA.
  • The largest oil field is the Ghawar Field in Saudi Arabia.
  • Banana Tree having no wood.
  • Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland are known as Nordic Countries.
  • The largest car manufacturing company of the world is general motors’ of U.S.A.
  • The weight of a cricket ball is 5 ½ oz (ounces). The length of a wicket is 27 inches.
  • A hockey ground is 100 yards long and 80 yards wide.
  • Sunbeams are the symbol of Olympics.
  • The national game of Greece is boxing.
  • Football is the national game of Russia and Brazil.
  • The height of volley ball net is seven feet.
  • Judo and Karate are Japan’s national games.
  • Bull fighting is Spain’s national game.
  • There are four player in a polo team.
  • Jerusalem is known as the ‘ETERNAL CITY’.
  • Sea water is the chief source of water.
  • The silicon valley is situated in PaloAlto (California) U.S.A.
  • The most expensive car is Rolls Royce.
  • The largest Airline is Aeroflot (USSR).
  • Cupid was the Roman god of love.
  • 01000 is a positive binary number.
  • George Eastman invented the KODAK camera and photographic film.
  • The longest skating ‘rink’ in the world is Ottawa.
  • France is known as the perfume capital of the world.
  • Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.S.) liked to wear White
  • The name of Hazrat Nooh’s (A.S.) son who was drowned in the Nooh’s Deluge (Storm) was Kan’aan.
  • Namrood was a king during the days of Hazrat Ibrahim.
  • Barani Dam in Pakistan was built on river Kurram.
  • Hub Dam near Karachi was constructed in
  • Begum Rana Liaquat Ali Khan was the first lady of Pakistan.
  • Begum Shaista Ikram Ullah was a first women federal minister of Pakistan.
  • In Pakistan, Sialkot is famous for producing sports goods.
  • Protein is present in the highest amount in a human body.
  • Book which is “collection of laws” of Hinduism? DHARMA
  • East India company established in 1600. (Era Of Akbar)
  • 19 april 2004 national security counsel eastablished
  • Russia withdraw from Afghanistan in 1989 ( invasion 1979)
  • Palestine liberation organization was established in 1964
  • Capital of Cyprus is Nicosia; Cyprus freed 16 august 1960
  • Dutch is the language of Belgium

“Karez” or small coverd canals are dug to avoid evaporation due to excessive heat.This method of irrigation is prevalent in Balochistan.

  • “Harnai” in Balochistan is famous for woollen mills.
  • The village life of Pakistan is the best depicted in the paintings of Ustad Allah Bakhsh.
  • A. Bhutto government’s land reforms prescribed the ceiling of land holding as 150 acres of irrigated and 300 acres of un-irrigated land.
  • Laws passed by the legislature of a country are called Statutes.
  • “Abdin Palace” is the official residence of the president of Eygpt.
  • “Hellenic Republic” has the official name of Greece.
  • The Lahore Resolution 1940 was first called “Pakistan Resolution” by Hindu press and newspapers.
  • After independence, the first industrial unit inaugurated by Quaid-e-Azam was Valika Textile Mills.
  • The first chairman of Senate after its creation was Khan Habibullah Khan.
  • ‘Khojak Pass’ connects Qila Abdullah and Chaman.
  • Johnson is the first president of America who faced an impeachment trial in the constitutional history of USA.
  • Under 1956 constitution, for the first time, the president was given the power to opiont the prime minister at his own discretion.
  • Under 1962 constitution, ‘Basic Democracy System’ served as an electoral college for the election of the president, central and provincial legislatures.
  • Senate, under 1973 constitution, is a permanent chamber which cannot be dissolved and its one-third members shall be replaced after every three years.
  • Proclamation of Emergency on account of war of internal disturbances has been laid down in Article 232 of the constitution of 1973.
  • South of the Kabul River up to Kurram Pass lies the Koh-e-Safeid.
  • The Geneva Pact was signed on April14, 1988 between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
  • ‘Hiran Minar’ was a favourite hunting ground of Emperor Jehangir.
  • Bay of Biscay is situated between France and Spain.
  • Mohammad bin Tughlaq ruler is referred to as the ‘Mad Monarch’.
  • Austin said these words “Law is a Command of Sovereign, enforceable with sanction”.
  • Nasir-ud-Din-Mahmud was the last ruler of the Tughlaq dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate.
  • Shams-ud-din Iltutmish Sultans of the slave Dynasty reigned for the longest period.
  • Battle of tarain was fought between Muhammad ghauri and raja pirthavi in 1192 AD
  • China’s parliament has the largest membership
  • February will have 30 days after 400 years
  • Prince suleman al masood was first muslim who traveled in space
  • Exxon is largest oil company in the world
  • Rahbar was first rocket launched by Pakistan
  • The country with minimum birth rate is Sweden
  • Highest life expectancy in Japan
  • First pc made in 1970 called Altair
  • China joined UN in 1946 and Afghanistan in 1946
  • Under water frogs breathe through their skin (cutenious).
  • Which famous author penned the words, “To be or not to be…”? – William Shakespeare
  • Why do birds migrate? – To reach food and breeding grounds
  • Which language has the most words? – English
  • What do deciduous trees do —– Lose their leaves in winter
  • Which country grows the most fruit —– China
  • What is a baby rabbit called —– Kit or Kitten
  • Hardest substance is diamond, what’s the softest? — Talc
  • What is 6 inches bigger in Summer —– Eiffel tower
  • De Witt Wallace founded what —– Readers Digest
  • Which country was the first to introduce old age pensions —Germany
  • From what language does the word alphabet come —– Greek -alpha beta
  • What colour is the bull on an archery target? —- Gold
  • Pirates remain a problem off the coast of which African country? Somalia
  • Name of author/authoress of novel series “Harry Potter ?K. Rolling
  • A group of zebras is called a Herd
  • The Quaid-i-Azam was born in Wazir Mension Karachi
  • BOAC is international airline of Britain
  • Emirate is international airline of UAE
  • USA used veto power most of the times in UNO Security Council.
  • Current total of SAARC members are eight. Which last country joined the SAARC in its 13th conference at Dhaka? Afghanistan
  • Talbul project is disputed between Pakistan and India.
  • Mehdi Shah was elected first Chief Minister of Gilgit Baltistan.
  • Talpatty Island is disputed between  India and Bangladesh
  • Hermon area is disputed between the countries Syria, Israel and Lebanon
  • Isfara velley is disputed between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
  • Parang Island is disputed between China and South Korea.
  • Kurial islands are disputed between Japan and Russia.
  • In Which countries of Europe, United States is planning to set up a missile defense base? Czech Republic and Poland
  • Hans Island is disputed between Denmark and Canada.
  • Banana Island is disputed between Kiribati and Fiji.
  • 7th NFC award was signed by prime minister and other chief ministers of all provinces on 30th December 2009.
  • Halaib Triangle is disputed between Sudan and Egypt.
  • Canary Islands is disputed between Spain and Morocco.
  • Shahbaz Airbase is located in Jacobabad.
  • Shamsi Airbase is located in Quetta.
  • NATO expelled Russian diplomats from NATO headquarters in Brussels over a spy scandal in Estonia
  • Who won maximum number of Grand Slam in the history of world tennis? Roger Federer
  • How many Grand Slam titles Roger Federer has won till 2009? 16
  • In 1991 Madras was also changed to a new name of Chennai
  • “In the line of Fire” is the autobiography of General Pervez Musharraf
  • Democracy and Authoritarianism in South Asia book is written by Ayesha Jalal
  • The State of Martial Rule book is written by Ayesha Jalal
  • Self and Sovereignty book is written by Ayesha Jalal
  • The Lord of the Rings book is written by JRR Tolkien
  • Books written by Barack Obama are: Dreams from My Father   2. The Audacity of Hope
  • Who is called “The Father of Comedy”? Aristophanes
  • The name United Nations was coined by Roosevelt
  • Which one of the following king of France is called “Citizen King”? Louis Philip
  • Who is called the Shakespeare of Punjabi language? Peer Waris Shah
  • Who is called the father of Academy Award (Oscar Award)? Louis B Mayer
  • Who is known as the founder of USA? John Adams
  • Who is called “Father of Economic”? Adam Smith
  • Who is known as the founder of Modern Turkey? Kemal Ataturk
  • Who is called “lion of the Punjab”? Ranjit Singh
  • Otto Von Bismarck is called the? Man of Blood and Iron
  • Who is known as the ‘Iron Man of India’? Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

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