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Q1. Which is the only bird that is able to fly backwards?
Ans – Hummingbird
Q2. What was the term used to refer to British women who fought for women’s right to vote in the early 20th century?
Ans – Suffragettes
Q3. Who is the first Indian to be elected as one of the 5 members of the FIFA Executive Council? Hint – He’s also the president of the ‘All India Football Federation’.
Ans – Praful Patel
Q4. In which European city would you find the Acropolis?
Ans – Athens, Greece
Q5. In the live action remake of the famous 1994 animated movie ‘Lion King’, which actor will be reprising his original role as Mufasa?
Ans – James Earl Jones
Q1. In botany, strawberries are part of the rose family.
Ans – True
Q2. Who is the first-ever cricket captain to win 100 matches in IPL history?
Ans – MS dhoni
Q3. A Bollywood actor was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate in Philanthropy from University of Law, London in April 2019. Who was it?
Ans – Shah Rukh Khan
Q4. Rosalind is the name of a moon in our solar system. Which planet does it orbit?
Ans – Uranus
Q5. Which of the following is NOT a peak in the Himalayas?
Ans – Jungfrau
Q1. The Padma Awards are the highest civilian honors presented to individuals in India. These annual awards take place on the eve of which significant day?
Ans – Republic Day
Q2. Which famous Indian brand was named after Nirupama Patel, the creator’s daughter?
Ans – Nirma
Q3. Sabeer Bhatia, an Indian entrepreneur, co-founded which web-based email company?
Ans – Hotmail
Q4. An Indian film renamed as ‘San Ge Sha Gua’ became a huge hit with young students in China. Name the movie.
Ans – 3 Idiots
Q5. The first FIFA world cup took place in 1930. Which country was the host?
Ans – Uruguay
Q1. Fanta And Sprite Belong To Which Beverage Company?
Ans – The Coca-Cola Company
Q2. Rio De Janeiro Is The Capital Of Brazil
Ans – False
Q3. In The Recently Concluded IPL 2019, Which Player Won The ‘Purple Cap’ For Being The Leading Wicket-Taker Of The Tournament?
Ans – Imran Tahir
Q4. In Which City Would You Find Capitol Hill, The Seat Of The Government And An Old Residential Neighborhood?
Ans – Washington DC
Q5. The Book ‘Long Walk To Freedom’ Is An Autobiography By Which One Of These?
Ans – Nelson Mandela
Q1. Which Bollywood actor’s real name is Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia?
Ans – Akshya Kumar
Q2. In the movies Avengers: Infinity War, who was the guardian of the soul stone on Vormir?
Ans – Red skull
Q3. Time magazine’s list of ‘100 Most Influential People 2019’ featured 3 Indians – Menaka Guruswamy, Arundhati Katju and _______. Fill in the blanks.
Ans – Mukesh Ambani
Q4. Which country will host the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2020?
Ans – India
Q5. The Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2019 was awared to the book ‘Solo’ which was released 9 years ago. Who is the author to win the prize?
Ans – Rana Dasgupta
Q1. Which was the first colour film released in India?
Ans – Kisan Kanya
Q2. Shoojit Sircar’s next film stars Vicky Kaushal where he portrays the role of a revolutionary during the Indian freedom struggle. Which character is he playing?
Ans – Sardar Udham Singh
Q3. The Asian Wrestling Championships 2019 were recently held in Xi’an, China and India won 16 medals in the event, including one Gold. Which sportsperson bought home the Gold?
Ans – Bajrang Punia
Q4. Zoya Akhtar announced her new production house, along with the launch of her film Gully Boy. What is her production house called?
Ans – Tiger baby production
Q5. Who was the first Indian to ever win an Oscar?
Ans – Bhanu Athaiya
Q1. Where In India Can You Find The Jarawas And Sentinelese Tribes?
Ans – Andaman Anad Nicobar Islands
Q2. What Is The Name Of The New Axe That Thor Get’s Made In Avengers: Infinity War?
Ans – Stormbreaker
Q3. The World’s Tallest Indoor Waterfall (131 Ft) Has Been Created At An Airport. Which Country Can You See It In?
Ans – Singapore
Q4. Which National Park In India Was Known As The Hailey National Park At The Time Of Inception In 1936?
Ans – Jim Corbett National Park
Q5. Name The Cricketer Who Has Become The First In The World To Hit More Than 500 Sixes In International Cricket.
Ans – Chris Gayle
Q1. In 2000, 17-Year-Old Priyanka Chopra Won The Title Of Miss India And Later That Year Went On To Be Crowned As _______. Fill In The Blanks.
Ans – Miss World
Q2. A Narrow Strip Of Water Separates India And Sri Lanka. What Is It Called?
Ans – Palk strait
Q3. Consisting Of Over 1,349 Pages And 591,552 Words, Which Novel By Vikram Seth Is One Of The Longest Novels Ever Published In A Single Volume In The English Language?
Ans – A Suitable Boy
Q4. An Anemometer Is A Type Of Scientific Instrument That Measures Quantity Of Rainfall.
Ans – FALSE
Q5. Raavana 1 Is A Low-Orbit Satellite. It Is The First Satellite Of ___. Name The Country.
Ans – Sri Lanka
Q1. Which is the smallest continent by land area?
Ans – Australia
Q2. An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
Ans – True
Q3. Which of the following Indian rivers, does NOT flow into the Arabian Sea?
Ans – Tungabhadra
Q4. Deepika Padukone is a leading actress in India. However, she wasn’t born in the country. Where is her birthplace?
Ans – Denmark
Q5. 30 years in the making, RTS,S is the first and the only Malaria vaccine that has demonstrated results to prevent the disease in children. A pilot for the vaccine was recently launched in which African country?
Ans – Malawi
Q1. Washing soda is the common name for which compound?
Ans – Sodium carbonate
Q2. Which of the following will you associate ‘Sattriya’ with?
Ans – a dance form
Q3. What is the Roman numeral equivalent for the number ‘0’?
Ans – Does not exists
Q4. Which one of these is a traditional folk dance of the people of Lakshadweep Islands?
Ans – Lava dance
Q5. Which Indian scientist won the Nobel prize for Physics in 1930 for pioneering work on scattering of light?
Ans – Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman
Q1. What is the name of the hard white material that makes up an elephant’s tusks?
Ans – Ivory
Q2. Arctic King, Iceberg and Little Gem are all types of which vegetable?
Ans – Lettuce
Q3. A person experiencing ‘Ablutophobia’ would be scared of which of these?
Ans – Bathing
Q4. Which of these is the Greek goddess of victory?
Ans – Nike
Q5. The _______ note was the first paper currency issued by RBI in January 1938. Fill in the blanks.
Ans – Rs. 5
Q1. Which famous comic book character shares his name with a city in Turkey?
Ans – Batman
Q2. What is the name of the world’s largest lizard?
Ans – Komodo Dragon
Q3. In which country, would you find the Free State of Bavaria?
Ans – Germany
Q4. Anura is the scientific name for which well known animal?
Ans – Frog
Q5. Which famous pop singer’s real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?
Ans – Lady Gaga
Q1. Which Popular Product Is Associated With The Words Nano, Shuffle And Touch?
Ans – Music Player
Q2. What Was The Name Of The Network Of Computers That Eventually Gave Rise To The Internet?
Ans – Arpanet
Q3. The Ear And Sense Of Balance Are Closely Connected, And An Ear Infection May Cause One To Lose Balance And Fall.
Ans – True
Q4. Churchill, Sherman And Panzer And The Names Of ________?
Ans – Military Tanks
Q5. Which Of These Can A Horse NOT Do?
Ans – Vomit
Q1. Madre, Morsa, Maman And Okaasan Are Different Terms For A _____.
Ans – Mother
Q2. Anna Jarvis Was The Founder Of The Mother’s Day Holiday, And Led The Establishment Of The Holiday After Her Mother’s Death. When Was The First Mother’s Day Celebrated?
Ans – 1908
Q3. Who Is Actor Ranbir Kapoor’s Famous Mother?
Ans – Neetu Kapoor
Q4. In Greek Mythology Who Was Mother Of The Gods?
Ans – Rhea
Q5. Mahatma Gandhi Often Credited His Mother For The Impact She Had In His Spiritual Development. What Was Her Name?
Ans – Putlibai Gandhi
Q1. The Collective Noun For A Group Of Giraffes Is A ‘_____ Of Giraffes’. Fill In The Blanks.
Ans – Tower
Q2. Which Of These Crawly Creature Is Said To Have The Highest Number Of Legs – And Can Go Up To 200 Pairs?
Ans – Millipede
Q3. In Physics, What Is The Term For A ‘Nuclear Reaction In Which Nuclei Combine To Form More Massive Nuclei’?
Ans – Fusion
Q4. A Crocodile Cannot Stick Out Its Tongue.
Ans – True
Q5. Which Is The Largest Subspecies Of The Tiger?
Ans – The Siberian Tiger
Q1. Which is the smallest state in India?
Ans – Goa
Q2. In which country would you find the Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument consisting of a ring of standing stones?
Ans – England
Q3. Complete the phrase – ‘wear your heart on your ____’. This English idiom means openly showing your emotions or feelings.
Ans – Sleeve
Q4. You can find the Victoria Terminus in Mumbai and the Victoria Memorial in Kolkata. Now if you are visiting the Gateway of India, which city are you in?
Ans – Mumbai
Q5. In which country were the first Olympic games held?
Ans – Greece
Q1. RK Laxman was a famous cartoonist, known for his illustration of the ‘Common Man’. His elder brother was a writer, and the author of the series _______.
Ans – Malgudi Days
Q2. The Koala bear’s diet mainly consists of eating ______. Fill in the blanks.
Ans – Eucalyptus Leaves
Q3. Maria Montessori was an Italian physician. She is also known for her contributions to another field, where her name is used to refer to a teaching method. Which field does it apply to?
Ans – Education
Q4. Which female character from Greek mythology brought evil into the world when her curiosity compelled her to open a magical box?
Ans – Pandora
Q5. Apricots are not native to India. And yet, there is a popular Hyderabadi dessert, made from apricots which was created by the royals as it needed the fruit to be imported. What is the dish called?
Ans – Qubani-ka-Meetha
Q1. Himalaya is a Sanskrit name, given to the mighty snow-capped mountain range. What does the name mean?
Ans – Abode of snow
Q2. Which nation was the first to give women the right to vote?
Ans – New Zealand
Q3. ASIMO an advanced, walking humanoid robot, which was created by a popular automobile company in 2000. Which company made it?
Ans – Honda
Q4. Ser Davos Seaworth is the right hand man of Stannis Baratheon, in the first few seasons of Game of Thrones, before he joins Jon Snow in the fight against the Whitewalkers. What is the nickname given to Ser Davos?
Ans – Onion Knight
Q5. Which northern animal is known as the ‘Gulo Gulo’ in Latin?
Ans – Wolverine
Q1. Podiatrists are medical professional devoted to the study and medical treatment of ___?
Ans – Feet
Q2. Which of the following is NOT a variety of mango?
Ans – Red Dacca
Q3. Long Island Iced Tea is a popular thirst-quencher during the hot summers. How much tea goes into a glass of Long Island Iced Tea made by a traditional recipe?
Ans – None
Q4. There is a theory that the universe will come to an end when its ever-increasing rate of expansion causes all matter to basically fly apart. What is the term applied to this theory?
Ans – The Big Rip
Q5. He adapted a lecture at the University of Dhaka on the theory of radiation sent it to Albert Einstein who translated it German, and had it published in ‘Zeitschrift fur Physik’. Rabindranath Tagore dedicated his only book on science, ‘Visva–Parichay’ to him. Who is he?
Ans – Satyendra Nath Bose
Q1. Which of these constellations represents a goat?
Ans – Capricornus
Q2. Which is the largest of the seven sister states of Northeast India?
Ans – Arunachal Pradesh
Q3. We use Google Maps for everything these days. What does GPS stands for?
Ans – Global Positioning System
Q4. Which planet in our solar system was the first to be discovered by telescope?
Ans – Uranus
Q5. How many planets in our solar system have rings?
Ans – 4
Q1. The ‘funny bone’ got its nickname because of that funny feeling you get after you hit it. Where is it located?
Ans – Elbow
Q2. The deepest point on Earth lies 36000 feet below sea level. Where can you find it?
Ans – Mariana Trench
Q3. The book ‘Long Walk to Freedom’ is an autobiography by which one of these?
Ans – Nelson Mandela
Q4. Which of these Indian actors was seen in Alisha Chinoy’s ‘Made in India’ music video from her debut album?
Ans – Milind Soman
Q5. The first type of molecule that ever formed in the universe was recently detected in space for the first time, after decades of searching. What is this molecule called?
Ans – Helium hydride
Q1. When talking about computers, what does RAM stand for?
Ans – Random Access Memory
Q2. Which automobile company launched a sports car into space in February 2018?
Ans – Tesla
Q3. Jakarta is the capital of which country?
Ans – Indonesia
Q4. Bhaichung Bhutia is the current captain of the Indian football team.
Ans – False
Q5. Which of these is NOT a fire-element sign from the Zodiac?
Ans – Aquarius
Q1. Which of these Avengers superheroes is NOT from Earth?
Ans – Thor
Q2. What system of governance does India operate under?
Ans – Parliamentary
Q3. ‘Survival of the fittest’ is a phrase that we commonly use. It is derived from the theories of which famous scientist?
Ans – Charles Darwin
Q4. How many states and union territories does India comprise of?
Ans – 29 states, 7 territories
Q5. The world’s smelliest fruit is found abundantly in South East Asia. Which fruit is it?
Ans – Durian
Q1. At room temperature, which is the only metal that is in liquid form?
Ans – Mercury
Q2. Azim Premji, the Indian business tycoon is the chairman of which company?
Ans – Wipro
Q3. An oenologist is a person who studies the science of ____. Fill in the blank
Ans – Wine making
Q4. Which city is the capital of the United Arab Emirates?
Ans – Abu Dhabi
Q5. Which of the following planets can NOT be seen with the naked eye, from Earth?
Ans – Neptune
Q1. If you are visiting the Gateway of India, which city are you in?
Ans – Mumbai
Q2. An Indian rupee note displays the Hampi’s Stone Chariot. What is the denomination of this note?
Ans – Fifty rupees
Q3. The lowest point of your chin is called the Gnathion. What is the space between your eyebrows called?
Ans – Glabella
Q4. PETA is an animal welfare organization based in the US. Which Indian celebrity did it name as the PETA India Person of the Year for 2018 for being an advocate for animal rights?
Ans – Sonam Kapoor
Q5. Which of the following colors is NOT seen in the Olympics symbol?
Ans – Orange
Q1. The Veer Savarkar International Airport has been declared as an authorized Immigration Check post. Which Union Territory is it located in?
Ans – Andaman and Nicobar
Q2. Every year, the Oxford Dictionary chooses a Hindi Word of the Year. What word was selected for 2018?
Ans – Nari Shakti
Q3. A 26.3-metre-long concrete bridge is the world’s longest 3D printed bridge. Which city can you find it in?
Ans – Shanghai
Q4. Aravind Adiga is an Indo-Australian writer and journalist. His debut novel won the 2008 Man Booker Prize. Which book was it?
Ans – The White Tiger
Q5. Ms. Rani won the gold medal at the Senior National Women’s Judo championship at Visakhapatnam in January 2019. She is the head constable of which Indian state’s police department?
Ans – Himachal Pradesh
Q1. What does a manometer measure?
Ans – Pressure
Q2. In the FIFA World Cup, the ‘Golden Boot Award’ is awarded each season to whom?
Ans – The top goal-scorer
Q3. According to the old English proverb, to which European capital city do all roads lead to?
Ans – Rome
Q4. From what book is the quote,’ War is peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is strength’?
Ans – 1984
Q5. In Japanese, what is the word for goodbye?
Ans – Sayonara
Q1. Anura is the scientific name for which of these animals?
Ans – Frog
Q2. Which of these cricketers was recently named as ‘Wisden’s leading Cricketer in the World’ for 2018?
Ans – Virat Kohli
Q3. What is the official residence of the Pope?
Ans – Apostolic Palace
Q4. There have been speculations that Mt. Everest has shrunk. To address this, which country is sending an expedition to remeasure the height of Mt. Everest?
Ans – Nepal
Q5. The Indian men’s hockey team was without a coach since the last world cup. A new chief coach has been appointed now. Who is it?
Ans – Graham Reid
Q1. 23rd April is the death anniversary of William Shakespeare. It is also celebrated as World _______ Day. Fill in the blanks.
Ans – Book
Q2. Punjab is also called ‘The Land of Five Waters’. Which of these is NOT a river the name that flows through the region?
Ans – Tapti
Q3. The National Museum of Indian Cinema was inaugurated in January this year. It houses stories and tools that make up 100 years of Indian cinema. Where is it located?
Ans – Mumbai
Q4. The Red Square is considered the central square of which Russian city?
Ans – Moscow
Q5. The first ever photograph of a black hole was released recently. Which galaxy is that blackhole present in?
Ans – Messier 87
Q1. Which Indian state is the first in the country to have 4 international airports?
Ans – Kerala
Q2. Ophidiophobia is the fear of __________.
Ans – Snakes
Q3. Who is the coach of the Indian women’s cricket team?
Ans – Woorkeri Raman
Q4. A group of crows is called a ‘murder’. What is a group of owls called?
Ans – A parliament
Q5. In the final season of Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen is battling for the Iron Throne. What was her father’s name, who once ruled from the same throne?
Ans – Aerys II Targaryen
Q1. Which planet in the solar system has the most moons?
Ans – Jupiter
Q2. In ___, India won its first cricket world cup. Fill in the blanks.
Ans – 1983
Q3. Salman Khan’s character’s name in which of these movies was NOT ‘Prem’?
Ans – Dabangg (2010)
Q4. ‘Dunder Mifflin Paper Company’ is the setting for which famous TV series?
Ans – The Office
Q5. Espadrilles were first made in regions of France and Spain. Where are these worn?
Ans – On your feet