Ques 1 : What would you normally buy from a ‘Mishthaan Bhandar’ ?
A. Vegetables B. Sweets C. Medicines D. Clothes
Ans : B. Sweets
Ques 2 : Complete this Hindi proverb : “Kaam ka na kaaj ka __________ ” ?
A. Boli bole pahaad si B. Kapda pahne fashion ka C. Dushman anaaj ka D. Khoon peeye baap ka
Ans : C. Dushman anaaj ka
Ques 3 : Which comedian directed the television shows ‘Flop show’ and ‘Ulta Pulta’ ?
A. Rakesh Bedi B. Satish Shah C. Raghubir Yadav D. Jaspal Bhatti
Ans : D. Jaspal Bhatti
Ques 4 : What Substance gives human blood its distinctive colour ?
A. Haemoglobin B. Melanin C. chlorophyll D. Bile
Ans : A. Haemoglobin
Q: According to Hindu mythology, which of these events occurred in Mathura?
A: Draupadi’s Swayamvar B: Bhishma Pratigya C: Krishna’s death D: Kansa Vadh
Ans: D: Kansa Vadh
Ques 5 : Sikar, Nawalgarh, Dundlod, Mandawa, Fatehpur and Jhunjhunu together from which region in Rajasthan ?
A. Marwar B. Kachwaha C. Shekhawati D. Mewar
Ans : C. Shekhawati
Q: Which of these colours is not present in a rainbow?
A: Orange B; Yellow C: Pink D: Red
Ans: C: Pink
Ques 6 : Who was appointed the first chairman of India’s Atomic Energy Commission ?
A. Satish Dhawan B. Vikram Sarabhai C. Meghnad Saha D. Homi Bhabha
Ans : D. Homi Bhabha
Ques 7 : In ODI cricket , who holds the Indian record of scoring a century in the least number of balls ?
A. Virender Sehwag B. Kapil Dev C. Yusuf Pathan D. Md Azharuddin
Ans : A. Virender Sehwag
Ques 8 : Which of these banks was set up on 15 August 1907 as part of the ‘Swadeshi Movement’ ?
A. Syndicate Bank B. Central Bank of India C. Punjab National Bank D. Indian Bank
Ans : D. Indian Bank
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Ques : Starting from the easternmost, arrange these cities that have hosted the Olympics from east to west
A. Sydney B. London C. Beijing D. Los Angeles
Ans : A. Sydney C. Beijing B. London D. Los Angeles
Ques : Which of these is the name of a plant which is usually kept in the house to bring good luck ?
A. Currency tree B. Money Plant C. Dollar Grass D. Dinar Shrub
Ans : B. Money Plant
Q: Which chess piece can move only diagonally?
A: King B: Queen C: Bishop D: Pawn
Ans: C: Bishop
Q: Which of these names means ‘imperishable’ or ‘undecaying’?
A: Akshay B: Abhay C: Aamir D: Anurag
Q: In which film did this song feature? (Song: Gaata rahe mera dil)
A: Johny mera Naam B: Heeran Panna C: Jewel Thief D: Guide
Q: Which of these activists has served as an Indian revenue Service official?
In the film Sholay, what instrument does Jay play?
A: Bhansuri B: Guitar C: Mouth Organ D: Harmonium
Ans: C: Mouth Organ
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Ques : Which colonial power introduced the cultivation and consumption of cashew, potato, tomato and chilli to India ?
A. British B. Dutch C. French D. Portuguese
Ans : D. Portuguese
Q : In 1943, which industrialist established the United Commercial Bank , now known as UCO Bank ?
A. Jamnalal Bajaj B. Ambalal sarabhai C. Ghanshayam Das Birla D. Nowroji Saklatwala
Ans : C. Ghanshayam Das Birla
Ques : Starting with the earliest , arrange these scientific or mathematical discoveries in chronological order.
A. Concept of Zero B. Newton’s Laws of Motion C. Einstein’s Theory of Relativity D. Higgs boson particle
Ans : A-D-B-C
Ques 1 : Which of these is the name of a Multi-course meal in Kashmiri Cuisine ?
A. Wazwan B. Gushtaba C. Yakhni D. Rogan Josh
Ans : A. Wazwan
Ques 2 : Which of these sports commences when the referee tosses the ball into the air over the centre circle ?
A. Volleyball B. Basketball C. Football D. Tennis
Ans : B. Basketball
Ques 3 : Often used as a slogan , what is the meaning of the word ‘inquilab’ ?
A. Surrender B. Victory C. Revolution D. Long Life
Ans : C. Revolution
Ques 4 : Which of these organisations won the Nobel prize in 2012 ?
A. European Union B.International court of justice C.Greenpeace D. International Atomic Energy Agency.
Ans : A. European Union
Ques 5 : Which chemical element did Humphry Davy name after a Greek word meaning ‘yellowish green ‘ ?
A. Chlorine B. Hydrogen C. Helium D. Methane
Ans : A. Chlorine
Ques : Which is the only species of red deer found in India ?
A. Chital B. Krishna Mriga C. Hangul D. Chiru
Ans : C. Hangul
Ques : Where was the first Indian Institute of Management established in 1961?
A. Lucknow B. Ahmedabad C. Banglore D. Calcutta
Ans : D. Calcutta
Ques : Chali was the summer capital of which of these former princely states ?
A. Jind B. Patiala C. Kapurthala D. Nabha
Ans : B. Patiala
KBC 6 GBJJ Question of 18/11/2012 ( Sunday)
Q: In the English calendar, which is the first month to have 30 days?
A: April B: June C: March D: January
Ans: A: April
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Starting from the earliest, arrange these sportsmen in the order in which they first won a medal for India at the Olympics
A: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore B: Leander Paes C: Sushil Kumar D: Dhyan Chand
Q: Which of these Hindi words means “continuation”?