A) Jawaharlal Nehru B) Indira Gandhi C) Rajiv Gandhi D) Sonia Gandhi
Ans is D) Sonia Gandhi
11(50,00,000): In 1846, what was bought by Gulab Singh from the British for Rs 75 lakhs?
A) Simla B) Kumaon C) Kashmir D) Garhwal
Ans is C) Kashmir
12(1 Crore): What was the name of India’s first test tube baby developed using IVF technique by Dr Subhas Mukherjee?
A) Lakshmi B) Saraswati C) Kali D) Durga
Ans is D) Durga
Subhash Mukhopadhyay (Bengali: সুভাষ মুখোপাধ্যায় Shubhash Mukhopaddhae) (January 16, 1931 – June 19, 1981) was a physician from Kolkata, India, who created the world’s second and India’s first child using in-vitro fertilisation, Durga who was born 67 days after the first IVF baby in United Kingdom.
He created history when he became the first physician in India (and second in the world after British physicians Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards) to perform the In vitro fertilization resulting in a test tube baby “Durga” (alias Kanupriya Agarwal) on October 3, 1978.
Question Worth Rs. 5 Crore :
13(5 crore) : Who is the first woman to successfully climb K2, the world’s second highest mountain peak ?
A. Junko Tabei B. Wanda Rutklewicz C. Tamae Watanabe D. Chantal Mauduit
Ans : B. Wanda Rutklewicz
FFF: Arrange these words in the correct order to form the slogan of the Pulse Polio campaign in India
A: Zindagi B: Ki C: Do D: Boond
1(5000): Which of these idioms means ‘go ahead’?
A: Annkh dikhana B: Laal Peela Hona C: Dum Hilana D: Hari Jhandi Dikhana
Ans: D: Hari Jhandi Dikhana
2(10000): By adding which of these words with ‘kamal’ will you get the name of a vegetable?
10(25,00,000): Which of the only planet of our Solar System that rotates in a clockwise direction around its own axis?
A) Earth B) Jupiter C) Mars D) Venus
All the planets of the Solar System orbit the Sun in a counter-clockwise direction as viewed from above the Sun’s north pole. Most planets also rotate on their axis in a counter-clockwise direction, but Venus rotates clockwise (called “retrograde” rotation) once every 243 Earth days—the slowest rotation period of any planet.
11(50,00,000): According to the Mahabharata, who made Gandiva, the famous bow of Arjuna?
A) Brahma B) Indra C) Chandra D) Prajapati
6(160000): According to the Bhagavat Purana, who among the following once changed the course of the river Yamuna with a plough?
A) Krishna B) Kamsa C) Balarama D) Bhima
Ans: A: Balarama
7(3,20,000): Which of these Indian states has six states sharing its boundary?
A) Madhya Pradesh B) Chattisgarh C) Andhra Pradesh D) Rajasthan
Ans is B) Chattisgarh
8(6,40,000): Which of these did German scientists Fntz Haber and Karl Bosch synthesise through an industrial process in 1909?
A) Ammonia B) Methane C) Nitrogen D) Oxygen
Ans is A) Ammonia
9(12,50,000): Who is the director of the film ‘Mitr’, My Friend which had primarily an all female filming crew?
A) Aparna Sen B) Revathi C) Sai Paranjpe D) Deepa Mehta
Ans: B. Revathi
10(25,00,000): What title did Mahatma Gandhi give to his 1908 translation of John Ruskin’s work, “Unto the Last?”
A) Satyagraha B) Sarvodaya C) Ahimsa D) Khilafat
Ans is B) Sarvodaya
11(50,00,000): Who is the only Indian to have won a gold medal in the 100m sprint at the Asian Games?
A) Ajmer Singh B) M Gabriel C) Kennath Powell D) Lavy Pinto
Ans is D) Lavy Pinto
KBC 6 GBJJ Question of 04/01/2013 (Friday)
According to the western calander which of the following festival is celebrated on the same date every year?
Option : A) Guru Nanak Jayanti B) Id-Ul -Fiter C) Christmas D) Mahashivratri
Ans: C) Christmas
What was the name of Vijay Deenanath Chauhan’s village in the film ‘Agneepath’?
A) Charanpur B) Mandava C) Champaner D) RamGadh
Ans: B) Mandava
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Q: What does the ‘com’ indicate in ‘.com’ that appears in an Internet Domain Name?
A) Commercial B) Computer C) Communication D) Community
Ans is A) Commercial
Q: Which of these feats was achieved by Virender Sehwag in November 2012 ?
A. Took a hat-trick in tests B. Played his 100th Test C. Hit a triple century in a Test D. Hit Six sixes in an over
Ans: B. Played his 100th Test
Q: Which group did Sampat Pal Devi found in 2006 to protect women from domestic violence and abuse?
A) Nari Mukti Vahini B) Mahila Morcha C) Bundelkhand Gang D) Gulabi Gang
Ans is D) Gulabi Gang
Q: In the early phase of his career, which of these industrialists used to sell handmade detergent packets from door to door?
A) Karsanbhai Patel B) Azim Premji C) Gujarmal Modi C) Brijmohan Lail Munjal
Ans is A) Karsanbhai Patel
Q: By what name do we better know the religious personality whose original name was Ghanshyam?
A) Bhagwan Swaminarayan B) Sathya Sai Baba C) Dayanand Saraswati D) Ramakrishnan Paramahansa
Ans is A) Bhagwan Swaminarayan
Q: Which planet has the shortest year and the longest day in the solar system?
A) Mercury B) Mars C) Jupiter D) Neptune
Ans is A) Mercury
Q: Who defended Bal Ganghadhar Tilak in court in 1908 and in 1915 when he was charged with sedition by the British Government?
A) Motilal Nehru B) Chittaranjan Das C) Sir Pherozeshah Mehta D) Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Ans is D) Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Ques 1 : Which of these is the chief chemical content in tobacco ?
A. Caffeine B. Cocaine C. Cocoa D. Nicotine
Ans: D. Nicotine
Ques 2 :After which musical note is the music director R D Burman nicknamed ?
A. Shadaj B. Madhyam C. Pancham D. Nishad
Ans: C. Pancham
Ques 3 :Who among these became a Union Minister before his or her father became one ?
A. Omar Abdullah B. Naveen Patnaik C. Agatha Sangma D. Sachin Pilot
Ans: A) Omar Abdullah
Q: By what name is the Test Cricketer Mudhusudan Singh better known?
A) MS Dhoni B) Monty Panesar C) MSK Prasad D) Murali Vijay
Ans is B) Monty Panesar
Ques 4 : Which director won the Filmfare Award for ‘Best Director’ most number of times ?
A. Yash Chopra B. Bimal Roy C. Raj Kapoor D. B R Chopra
Ans: B. Bimal Roy
Q: The Nepanagar town of Madhya Pradesh is a prominent manufacturing center of which of these products?
A) Fertilizers B) Newsprint Paper C) Petroleum D) Cement
Ans is B) Newsprint Paper
KBC 6 GBJJ Question of 29/12/2012 (Saturday)
RASH/Prickly heat (Ghamoriyan) is associated with?
A) Hair B) Skin C) Nails D) Eyes
Ans is B) Skin
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Today’s fastest finger first question :
Ques :Starting from the earliest , arrange these pairs in chronological order of their first appearance together in Hindi films.
A. Salman Khan – Katrina Kaif B. Raj Kapoor – Nargis C. Shah Rukh Khan – Kajol D. Rajesh Khanna – Mumtaz
Ques : Which of these flowers have prickles on their stems ?
A. Genda B. Kamal C. Gulab D. Rajanigandha
Ans : C. Gulab
Ques : Which of these organs are found only in women ?
A. Appendix B. Ovaries C. Large Intestine D. Pancreas
Ans : B. Ovaries
Ques : In Which of these sports are a “ball” , “gloves” and “helmet” part of playing equipment ?
A. Hockey B. Volleyball C. Tennis D. Badminton
Ans: A: Hockey
Ques : According to Islamic tradition ,in which month was the holy Quran revealed to the Prophet Mohammad?
A. Muharram B. Dhu al – Hijjah C. Ramadan D. Rajab
Ans: C. Ramadan
Q: In which of these sectors was 51% FDI permitted by the Government of India in 2012?
A) Multi-brand retail B) Healthcare C) Life Insurance D) Civil Aviation
Ans is A) Multi-brand retail
Ques : Which of these metals or non-metals is the main constituent of both brass and bronze ?
A. Carbon B. Lead C. Copper D. Silver
Ans: C: Copper
Ques : Kanchenjunga is widely regarded as the guardian deity of which state ?
A. Assam B. Arunachal Pradesh C. West Bengal D. Sikkim
Ans: D: Sikkim
Ques : On which of these routes does India’s fastest passenger train run ?
A. New Delhi – Bhopal B. New Delhi – Jaipur C. Mumbai – Pune D. New Delhi – Lucknow
Ans: A) New Delhi-Bhopal
jackpot: As a captain, which cricketer holds the record for winning the most number of tests?
A: Graeme Smith B: Ricky Ponting C: Steve Waugh D: Arjuna Ranatunga
Ans: B: Ricky Ponting
Ques : Who is the only woman author to get the Jnanpith Award for Hindi literature ?
A. Shivani B. Subhadra Kumari Chauchan C. Mahadevi Varma D. Krishna Sobti
Ans is C) Mahadevi Verma
Ques : The first woman president of India, Pratibha Patil, was the first woman governor of which state ?
A. Maharashtra B. Rajasthan C. Gujarat D. Goa
Ans: B) Rajasthan
Ques : Where was Mughal empress Mumtaz Mahal originally buried in 1631 ?
A. Agra B. Burhanpur C. Gwalior D. Lahore
Ans: B) Burhanpur
Next fastest finger question :
Ques : Arrange these ports in the order in which you will come across them, while traveling from Gujarat to Odisha by sea route.
A:Visakhapatnam B: Kandla C: Paradip D: Mangalore
Q: Which of these is a kind of song to make children fall asleep?
A: Chori B: Mori C: Lori D: Hori
Ans; C: Lori
Q: Which of these is the name of a drink consumed by Hindu Gods?
A: Amrit Boond B: Madhu Pan C: Ksheer Sagar D; Som ras
Ans: D; Som ras
KBC 6 GBJJ Question of 28/12/2012 (Friday)
What kind of creature is a Chamgadad?
A: Sarisrip B: Astanpayi C: Pakshi D: Uvaichar