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GK for SBI Bank PO

Who authored the book ‘The Science of Bharat Natyam’?
(a) Saroja Vaidyanathan         (b) Yamini Krishnamurthi ( c) J. Sushila (d) None of these
Answer a;

2.International Day for Disaster Reduction is observed on:
(a) 9th August (b) 13th October (c) 24th November (d) 11th December

3. Tianhe 1A, the world’s fastest supercomputer is made by
(a) United States (b) Japan  (c) China  (d) None of these
 Answer :c

4. Which is India’s first ever Pollution Control Warship?
(a) Samudra Prahari  (b) Nischaya  (c) Varuna  (d) None of these

5. Who became India’s youngest grandmaster?
(a) Parimarjan Negi  (b) Dronavali Harika  (c) Praveen Thipse  (d) S P Sethuraman

6. K C Kulich International Award is associated with:
(a) Medicine    (b) Economics  (c) Journalism  (d) Sports

7. ‘Open’ is the autobiography of which sports personality?
(a) Adam Gilchrest     b) Glenn Merges  (c) Andre Agassiz  (d) None of these

8. World Cup Football in 2022 is to be held at:
(a) Qatar  (b) UK  (c) Spain  (d) France

9. Who is the first head of UN WOMEN?
(a) Laura Chinchilla  (b) Julia Gillard  (c) Mitchell blachettt  (d) None of these

10.Which of the following committee is related to Corporatisation of Stock Exchanges?
(a) Bimal Jalan Committee  (b) V Achuthan Committee  (c) P M Nair Committee              (d) None of these

11. Which is India’s newest stock exchange for currency derivatives
 (a) BSE          (b) NSE  (c) United Stock Exchange (USE)  (d) None of these
Answer :c

12. Jeevan Reddy Committee is related to
(a)Illegal mining             (b) Armed Forces Special Power Act  (c) Environmental Impact Assessment  (d) None of these

13. Which of the following scheme is related with social security for unorganised sector?
(a) Swabhiman           (b) Sabla  (c) Swavalamban  (d) None of these

14. Polavaram Project is located in which state?
(a) Andhra Pradesh                            (b) Maharashtra  (c) Madhya Pradesh           (d) Karnataka

 15. David Perlman Award is given in which field?
(a) Sports        (b) Music  (c) Photography     (d) Journalism

16.Which of the following committee has redefined the definition of Slums?
(a) Pranab Sen Committee(b) Arjun Sen gupta committee  (c) C Ibrahim Committee (d) None of these

17. Arrow-III is an anti missile system of
(a) France (b) Pakistan (c) Israel       (d) UK

18. India’s first jail BPO is going to came up at:
(a) Bangalore  (b) Pune  (c) Chennai             (d) Hyderabad

19.World’s first aviation university coming up at:
(a) Bangalore  (b) Nice          (c) Glasgow     (d) Venice
Answer: a

20. Khoj lab has been launched by which group?
(a) Future Group (b) dell  (c) IBM     d) Times group

21. Which of the following became the first smoke free state in India?
(a) Sikkim  (b) Himachal Pradesh  (c) Uttarakhand (d) None of these
22. Lightest element:- Hydrogen
Only Metal liquid at room temperature:- Hg Mercury
Tungsten symbol –W
Tin –Sn
Element with maximum number of compounds –Carbon ( due to catenation)

22. Which of the following became the Ist Asian Country to sign Free Trade Agreement with European Union?
(a) South Korea                      (b) China         (c) India                       (d) None of these

23. The Emissary’ is the book authored by:
(a) Tarun Tejpal                      b) Vinod Mehta  (c) Aniruddh Bahl  (d) None of these

24. Who is the new PM of Netherlands?
(a) Mark Ruttea   (b) Bill Carey       (c) Thakshin Sinawatra   (d) None of these

25. Who is the new PM of Kosovo?
(a) Hashim Taci               (b) N K Name Krumoh  (c) Jose Borosso d) None of these

26. Who is the chairman of National Democratic Front of Bodoland?
(a) Paresh Barna        (b) Aravind Rajakhowa  (c) Ranjan Daimary             (d) None of these

27. With which of the following countries India has not signed civil nuclear agreement?
(a) Namibia  (b) Sweden  c) Mongolia           (d) Argentina

28. Who is the PM of Sweden?
(a) Fredrick Rainfeldt  (b) Silvio Berlusconi  (c) Garry Wanders       (d) None of these

29. APEC Summit in November 2010 was held at  :
(a) Yokohama (b) Sydney                  (c) Singapore                          (d) Busan
Answer a;

30. Which public sector bank was the banking partner in Commonwealth Games 2010?
(a) Central Bank of India        (b) State Bank of India    (c) Bank of Baroda             (d) None of these

31. Who is the new vice chief of army staff?
(a) V.K. Singh (b) A.S. Lamba  (c) C. Shekhawat                 (d) None of these
Answer :b

32. Who has became the vice president of ICC?
(a) Ehsaan Mani                     (b) John Mulford  (c) Alan Isaac                                 (d) Molcom Speed
Answer: c

33. Who is the Director General of National Investigation Agency ?
(a) R.V. Raju   (b) Ved Marwah  (c) K.F. Rustomji                (d) Sharad Chandra Sinha

34. Who is the Director of National Security Guard?
(a) R.K. Medhekar      (b) J.K Dutt   (c) B.K. Banerjee                      (d) None of these

35. Who of the following Indian got the Australia Day achievement medal 2010?
(a) V.P. Unnikrishnan             (b) Sandeep Pandey   (c) Vandana Shiva                 (d) None of these
Answer: a

36. Which of the following country became the 187th member of IMF?
(a) Marshall Islands     (b) Tuvalu     (c) Fiji     (d) None of these
 Answer: b

37. India’s second National Institute of Design will come up at which of the following
(a) Amethi       (b) Jorahat        (c) Aizowl   (d) Itanagar
Ans- b

38. Benghazi is a port of :
(a) Libya          (b) Yemen            (c) Egypt                            (d) None of these

39. Jakhol Sankri Hydro Electric Project has been commissioned at
(a) Uttarakhand           (b) Himachal Pradesh    (c) J&K        (d) Arunachal Pradesh
Answer: a
Answer: a

40. ‘Home Boy’ is a novel written by
(a) H M Naqvi (b) H S Narula  (c) Anand Sarkar       d) Stephen Lipsett
 Ans- a

41. Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in 2011 was held at:
(a) Jaipur         (b) New Delhi    (c) Ujjain                               (d) Varanasi
 Answer :b

42. 98th Indian Science Congress in January 2011 was held at:
(a) Chennai     (b) Kharagpur     (c) Kanpur              (d) Delhi
Ans - a

43. Who of the following is the present Lokayukta of Karnataka:
(a) N Vittal                               (b) Santosh Hegde  (c) Yashwant Sonawane(d) None of these

44. Georgia’s capital is to be shifted from Tbilisi to:
(a) Akhan        (b) Yeren     (c) Kutaisi                                    (d) Chisinau

45.  Which country topped the Terrorism Risk Index in 2010:
(a) Somalia     b) Samoa    (c) Jamaica                     (d) Iraq

46. Which district is going to be named after Indira Gandhi?
(a) Medak                               (b) Rai Bareli
(c) Chikmaglur                                    (d) Bellary

47. Who received the Elis Island Medal of Honour in 2010?
(a) Dalai Lama                                    (b) Zinedine Zidene
(c) Rao Anumlu                                  (d) B K Varghese

48. Enam Securities is to be purchased by:
(a) Union Bank of India                                   (b) BNP Paribas
(c) ANZ Grindlays                               (d) Axis Bank
Answer: d

49. Which famous personality bagged the Man of Peace Award in 2010?
(a) Roberto Baggio                 (b) Diegs Maradona
(c) Pope John Paul II              (d) None of these

50. Who is the new National Security Advisor of United States?
(c) W Singham                        (b) Thomas Donilon
(a) Colin Powell                       (b) Larry Page

51. Who is the new president of UN General Assembly?
(a) Joseph Deiss                     (b) Hans Rasmus Sen
(c) Leon Panetta                     (d) None of these

52. Luka and Fire of Life is the latest book by:
(a) Arun Som                          (b) Salman Rushdie
(c) Vikram Seth                                  (d) None of these

53. What is the name of India’s latest and Seventh Super Computer?
(a) Annapurna                         (b) Param
(c) Pinak                                 (d) None of these

54. Tembli became the first village in India to get UID. In which state it is located?
(a) Andhra Pradesh                (b) Chattisgarh
(c) Maharashtra                                  (d) None of these

55.Who has been declared the ‘Business Leader of the year’ in Economic Times Corporate Excellence Awards 2010?
(a) Aditya Puri                         (b) N Nrayanmurthy
(c) Azim Premji                                   (d) Mukesh Ambani

56. What is the mascot of 2011 cricket world cup?
(a) Hoho                                  (b) Cobe
(c) Stumpy                              (d) None of these

57. SAF (South Asian Federation) games in 2012 will be held at
(a) Kathmandu                                           (b) Delhi
(c) Bangalore                                 (d) None of these

58. Agni III was launched from which of the following places:
(a) Wheeler Island                   (b) Sriharikota
(c) Bikaner                              (d) None of these
Answer a;

59. Who of the following is the Chairperson of National Green Tribunal?
(a) Lokeshwar Singh Parata   (b) Anil Pandey
(c) K Vijay Kumar                   (d) None of these

60. Which Indian Company is slated to buy the English football club Blackburn?
(a) U B groups                        (b) RPG
(c) Videocon               (d) Vicky
Answer : d

61. Who is the Union Minister of Corporate Affairs?
(a) Murali Deora                      (b) Jaipal Reddy
(c) C P Joshi                           (d) M S Gill
Answer: a

62. Who is the new President Elect of BCCI?
(a) Chirayu Amin                    (b) Jyotiraditya Schindia
(c) Shashank manohar                       (d) Jagmohan Dalmia

63. Karrar is the unmaned bomber aircraft of which country?
(a) Iran                                    (b) Syria
(c) Israel                      (d) None of these

64. Who is the CMD of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited?
(a) S K Jain                 (b) Harsh Marital
(c) Oskar Singh                      (d) None of these
Answer: a

65. Who is the Director of Intelligence Bureau?
(a) Rajeev Mathur                   (b) Nehchal Sandhu
(c) Saikat Dutta                       (d) None of these
 Answer: b

66. Ramagundanar thermal power project is in which state?
a) Andhra Pradesh                  (b) Tamil Nadu
(c) Kerala                                (d) Karnataka
Ans- a

67. Project Big Green has been initiated by which company?
(a) Microsoft               (b) Apple
(c) Infosys                   (d) IBM

68. Vansadhara River dispute is between which states?
(a) Orissa and Andhra Pradesh          (b) Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
(c) Kerala and Tamil Nadu     (d) None of these
Answer: a

69. Who is the Chairperson of National Housing Board?
(a) B N Kapoor                        (b) Mata Prasad
(c) R B Verma                        (d) None of these
Ans- c

70. Who is India’s permanent representative to United Nations?
(a) Hardeep Singh Puri                       (b) M.K. Agnihotri
(c) Vijay Pasricha                   (d) None of these
Answer :a

71. Who is the principal scientific advisor to Government of India?
(a) R. Chidambaram               (b) V.K. Saraswat
(c) T.K. Thomas                                  (d) None of these
Ans - a

72. Who is the Chairman of Central Water Commission?
(a) Balraj Madhok                   (b) A.K. Bajaj
(c) Shivran Puri                       (d) None of these
Ans - b

73. Who is the Deputy National Security Advisor?
(a) Shiv Shankar Menon                    (b) M.K. Narayanan
(c) Shekhar Dutt                     (d) None of these

74. Aligarh Muslim University is going to set its new campus at:
(a) Saharanpur                                    (b) Meerut
(c) Murshidabad                      (d) Azamgarh

75. Who is the new Chairperson of National Commission for Backward classes?
(a) M.N. Rao                           (b) T.K. Maken
(c) Ram Singh Senbar                        (d) None of these

76. Who is the Chairperson of 19th Law Commission?
(a) P.V. Reddy                        (b) A.K. Lakshmanan
(c) K.R. Kurup             (d) None of these

77. Who is the Chairman of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights?
(a) Buta Singh                         (b) M.K. Kurup
(c) Shanta Sinha                     (d) Dheeraj Rohatgi

78. Mini Pravasi Bhartiya Diwas in October 2010 was held at:
(a) Cape Town                                    (b) Durban
(c) Johannesburg                    (d) None of these
Answer: b

79. G-8 summit in June 2010 was held at:
(a) Ontario                   (b) Vancouver
(c) Huntsville               (d) Quebec

80. Who is the CEO of Twitter?
(a) Dick Costello                     (b) Jorma Olila  (c) Allan Bolt (d) None of these

81. Which country topped the Global Peace Index Report in 2010?
(a) New Zealand                     (b) Iceland
(c) Denmark                           (d) Sweden

82. Who of the following is the recipient of Turner Prize 2010?
(a) Alex Rodriques                  (b) Sergie Bryan
(c) Susan Philipsz                   (d) None of these

83. Who is the Chairperson of Railway Board?
(a) Vivek Sahay                                  (b) J P Batra
(c) D P Aggarwal                    (d) None of these

84. Who of the following is the recipient of Cervantes Prize 2010?
(a) John Stocker                     (b) Ana Maria
(c) C Andrew Stephen                        (d) None of these  

85. Who founded the Telangana Praja Front in October 2010?
(a) G V Rao                (b) K Chandrashekhar Rao
(c) N Srinivas              (d) None of these

86. M. B. Shah Commission is related to:
(a) Illegal mining                      (b) Agricultural Statistics
(c) Microfinance Institutions   (d) None of these

87. Who is the secretary General of Rajya Sabha?
(a) T.K. Vishwanathan                        (b) Vivek Agnihotri
(c) V.K. Gupta                         (d) None of these

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General Knowledge in Hindi 2014, सामान्य ज्ञान 2014 , Samanya Gyan 2014

General Knowledge in Hindi 2014, सामान्य ज्ञान 2014 , Samanya Gyan 2014, eneral Knowledge Articles and Quiz in Hindi at jagranjosh General Knowledge Section
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gk july 2013, Gk and current affairs july 2013 , Current Affairs July 2013

1. Recently, a travel website listed Ghoomar, a folk dance of India among Top 10 world’s most amazing local dances. This dance is from ___?
[C]Madhya Pradesh

Ghoomar is a folk dance of Rajasthan and is characteristic dance of the Bhils. It is a community dance performed by groups of women on auspicious occasions. The name is derived from the word ghoomna (pirouetting).

2. Afghanistan’s first woman governor, who is also the recent winner of Ramon Magsaysay Award is__?
[A]Habiba Sarabi
[B]Anjum Sarabi
[C]Habiba Anjum
[D]Sameera Rabbanikar

Habiba Sarabi
Afghanistan’s first and only female governor Habiba Sarabi has been chosen for Ramon Magsaysay Award. Habiba Sarabi was honoured for helping build a functioning local government and pushing for education and women’s rights in Afghanistan’s Bamyan provenance despite discrimination and poverty.

3. As per the data released by Planning Commission, India’s Poverty ratio in 2011-12 stands at __?

The number of India’s poor fell to less than a quarter of its population in 2011-12 according to a Planning Commission estimate. The commission said the number of those below poverty line declined to 21.9% of the population in 2011-12, from 29.8% in 2009-10 and 37.2% in 2004-05.

4. The Ramnath Goenka awards are given for excellence in the field of___?
[D]Charitable activities

As part of centenary year celebration of its founder, Ramnath Goenka, The Express Group instituted the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism awards. The awards aim to celebrate excellence in journalism, recognize courage and commitment and showcase outstanding contributions and individuals every year. TV18 has bagged six trophies at the sixth Ramnath Goenka Awards for excellence announced recently.

5. “Tikka” is a most destructive fungal disease affects which of the following Crops?
[A]Sugar cane
[D]Ground nut

Ground nut
Tikka or leaf spot is the most destructive fungal disease of Groundnut and has been reported from all most all ground nut growing areas of the World. The disease caused by Phaeoisariopsis personata is known as leaf spot while that caused by Cercospora arachidicola as early leaf spot.

6. According to the New York Stock Exchange, which of the following banks has become the World’s Largest Bank by market capitalization?
[B]Wells Fargo & Co
[C]JP Morgan

Wells Fargo & Co
US based Wells Fargo has replaced the Industrial & Commercial Bank (ICBC) as the world’s largest bank by market capitalization.

7. Which of the following companies has adopted the Taj Mahal under the Clean India Campaign of Ministry of Tourism?

The Taj Mahal, a UNESCO World Heritage site, will be adopted by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), under the Clean India Campaign under Ministry of Tourism.

8. Consider the following:
2.H5N1 (bird flu)
3.Swine flu
Which of the above mentioned diseases are in the list of notifiable diseases?
[A]Only 1 & 2
[B]Only 2,3 & 4
[C]Only 2 & 4
[D]1, 2, 3 & 4

1, 2, 3 & 4
A notifiable disease is any disease that is required by law to be reported to government authorities. All the above are in the list of notifiable diseases.

9. Martina Hingis, who has been inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame, hails from which country?

Martina Hingis is a Swiss professional tennis player who spent a total of 209 weeks as World No.1. She won five Grand Slam singles title. She also won nine Grand Slam women’s double titles.

10. Who among the following has became the costliest player in Indian Badminton League auction?
[A]Ashwini Ponnappa
[B]Jwala Gutta
[C]Saina Nehwal
[D]Lee Chong Wei

Lee Chong Wei
World number one Lee Chong Wei bagged the costliest deal when he was brought by Mumbai Masters for approximately Rs 8,019,032.
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Current Affairs, Current gk, G K Quiz, General Knowledge, General Knowledge Question

being unmarried can shorten the life of a man upto ten years

>Fish and insects do not have eyelids,their eyes are protected by a hardened lens.
>A group of 12 or more cows is called a Flink.

>The biggest snowman was built by the villagers of Bethel in Maine,USA in 2008.It was 122ft 1in tall & weighed 13,000,000lb.

The deepest part of any ocean in the world is the Mariana trench in the Pacific with a depth of 35,797 feet.

Do you Know ?
>The Largest Dinosaur ever Discovered was Seismosaurus who was over 100 feet long and weighed up to 80 tonnes.

>Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
>Leymah Gbowee, Liberian peace activist
>Tawakul Karman,Yemeni journal

1)Bruce Buetler(America)
2)Joules Hopman(France)
3)Rolf Steinman

Italians(14 Oct.1911)were d 1st country to use Aeroplanes in war.Since then,it has acquired d status of most useful & deadly weapon

know that Jupiter is d biggest planet in d Solar System. Bt did u know that Jupiter is bigger than d combined size of all d planets in d solar

At a length of 200 feet (60 meters), the Boiling Lake in Dominica is one of the world's largest thermal lakes.

Company Name Origin/ Meaning
1.Mercedes - Name of the daughter of the founder.
2.Nokia-Name of city in Finland.
3.Pepsi-Named from th

>HIMALAYA's covering 75% of Nepal,is the highest and youngest mountain range.

LG group is actually merger of two Korean companies, Lucky & Goldstar.
LG was originally establishedin 1958 as Goldstar.

Abbreviati ons which are not known to many of us:
AIM--Ambit ion In Life
DATE--Date And Time Evolution
PEN--Power Enriched in Nib

>At 550,000 square feet (51,000 square meters), the Venetian Macau hotel and casino resort in Macao is the largest casino in the world

>The earlier name of Sri Lanka was Ceylon.
>Air condition invented by"willis H. carrier"u. s. in 1902

->The 1st S.T.D service was introduced in 1960 between Lucknow & Kanpur
->The Asia's largest 'optical Telescope' is located at Kavalur in T

Belize has most number of colours in its flag,12.
It is also only national flag to depict human beings.

-An ostrich can run 43 miles per hour (70 kilometers per hour)
-Dolphins can swim 37 miles per hour (60 kilometers per hour).

-Earth is the fifth largest planet in our solar system.
-face is the intex of mind.

An eagle can see a rabbit about 1 mile or 1760 yards away. Now the average person needs to be about 550 yards away to see the same rabbit

The average person blinks about 12 times a minute. That's an amazing 10,080 blinks in a kids day (14 waking hours)

the world's largest freshwater lake is Lake Superior that covers an area of 31,700 mi2 (82,103 km2)

For Those who don't understand Ohm's Law .
V=voltage (Volts)
I=Current (Amperes)
R=Resistan ce(Ohm)

-NASA's new space telescope is -Wise.
-The name of the first successfully cloned deer is - Dewey

> Sputnik one that was launched in 1957 by Russianswas the first Earth orbiting satellite.

> The leaders of the European Union named Mr. Herman Van Rompuy as the first Presedent of the E.U. Mr. Rompuy is the present Prime Minister of B

-The virus that is responsible for swine flu is H1N1.
- What is the study of insects called ?

>In test cricket History only two times result as a tie -
West indies vs Australia( 1960)
India vs Australia (1986)

-Oceans cover most of our planet, approximately 71% of our planet.
-Human need approximately 12 hours in order to entirely digest the food.

-The cockroach has a high resistance to radiation and is the creature most likely to survive a nuclear war.

>The national flag of Japan is known as the "Nisshohki " or"Hinomaru" , which means '"sun disc" in Japanese

Pineapple is a natural pain killer.
It contains anti-inflammatory enzymes that bring relief from pain like arthritis

Around 250 B.C., the Greeks developed a modified water clock that whistled when the clock's water rose to a certain level -- the first alarmcl

>The only domestic animal notmentioned in the Bible is the cat.
>The filming of the movie 'Titanic' cost more than the Titanic itself!

-The world's highest cricket ground is in Chail,Himachal Pradesh. Built in 1893 after leveling a hilltop, Pitch 2444 meters above sea level

-In which city of India the 1st School for the blinds opened in 1887?
-Where was the first IIT set up in India?

>Originally , BMW was an airplane engine manufactur
>Colgate's first toothpaste came in a jar.

>SIM stands for
>It is used in mobile for communicating the network
>It has a internal memory of 64

>Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
>Leymah Gbowee, Liberian peace activist
>Tawakul Karman, Yemeni jou

>Daniel Shechtman(Israel)
For discovery of "quasicrystals" in metals
>Tomas Transtromer(Swedish po

Do u know ?
The youngest Pope was 11 years old.
Originally , BMW was an airplane engine manufactur er

>Strawberri es contain more Vitamin C then oranges.
>The average person makes 1,140 phone calls per year

>There are over 350 species ofparrots in the world
>On the same day in 1838,the elegant newspaper 'THE TIMES OF INDIA'was founded in Mumbai.

Mahender Singh Dhoni's 183 nt out is the highest score scored by a wicketkeep er batsman..

>The perimeter of earth is 159,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Miles
>Sahara desert increasing 5 kms every year

>One quarter of the bones in your body, are in your feet.
>Italy has a republican government .

>There are 62,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body. Laid end to end they would circle the earth 2.5 times.

-First recognized boxing (fisticuffs) champion -Tim Hyer (1841)
-World's first chess champion -Wilhelm Steinitz(1886)

-Which is the oldest institution for oriental studies in India?
>Asiatic Society, Calcutta established by William Jones in 1784.

The world's oldest known city is Damascus
The biggest delta in the world is The Ganges Delta

The city which is also known as the City of Canals is
Name of the Microsoft's new Mobile OS?

=>What does Price:25K mean?
K stands for thousand. 25K means 25000.

>There are approx. 550 hairs in the eyebrow.
>It takes 8 minutes 17 seconds for light to travel from the Sun's surface to the Earth

You Know?
>Dragon fly has life span of 24 hrs only
>Honey bees have hair on the eyes
>It takes apprx. 12 hrs 4 food to entirely digest

Do You Know?
>A group of kangaroos called Mob
>Young kangaroos called Joeys
>You blink over 1O,OOO,OOO times a year

>Indian Institute of Sugar Technology- is located in Kanpur
>Railway Staff College is located at Baroda

> Denmark has the oldest National Flag in the world
> Norway is the recycle capital of the world
> Nokia started as a paper company

>'Atomic Numbers' Were Invented By 'Moseley' Of
Britain In 1913
>'Bleaching Powder' Was Invented By 'Tennant' Of
Britain In 1798

Ayurveda Is The Earliest School Of Medicine Known
To Mankind*
The Father Of Medicine, 'Charaka',
Consolidated Ayurveda 2500 Years Ago

U Know?
The University Of Nalanda Built In The 4th Century
Was One Of The Greatest Achievements Of Ancient
India In The Field Of Education

Do u know?
Who is the Author of 'Amar Sona Bangla' the National Anthem of Bangladesh ?
Ans: Rabindra Nath Tagore....

Various Display: 1.CRT-Cathode RayTube
2.LCD-liquid Crystal Display
3.LED-Li8 Emitting Diode
5.AMOLED-Active MatrixLED

U Know A Rat Can Live Longer Without Water Than A Camel Can.
-A Rat's Teeth Grow About 6 Inches in a Year

>A Cat Can Run About 20 km/hr When It Grows Up
>A Cheeta Can Run About 76 km/hr
>The Fastest Human Beings Runs Only About 30 km/hr

>The Late Wilson Jones from India was a world champ in which sport?
=> Billiards
> A Shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes

Do You Know?
>The cigarette lighter was invented before the match
>Right handed people live, on average 9 years longer than left handed

>South Africa has 3 Capitals:
1. Executive capital-
2. Judicial capital-
3. Legislative capital-
Cape Town

U Know?
>The weight of Cricket Ball 156-163 grm
>An Ostrich can lays 100 Eggs at a Time

>Which country's currency is same as its name?=Zaire
>How many days was the Mahabharat fought?=18 days

>Shortest served high court chief justice-B.P.Jha
>1st Woman MBBS-Kadambini ganguli (1888)

>Euclid is the father of Geometry
>The Indian Institute of Science is located at Bangalore
>Bangalore city is known as 'Electronic City of I

>Shortest served high court chief justice-B.P.Jha
>1st Woman MBBS-Kadambini ganguli (1888)

>Camel's Milk, Which Is Widely DrunkIn Arab Countries, Has 10 Times MoreIron Than Cow's Milk
>Our Thumb Is The Same Length Of Our Nose

Memory Range in Computer Science
KB- Kilo Byte
MB- Mega Byte
GB- Giga Byte
TB- Terra Byte
PB- Petta Byte
EB- Exa Byte

>India Is The Largest Democracy In the World
>The 6th Largest Country In The World
>The Most Ancient n Living Civilization(At Least 10000Yrs

-It is impossible 2 lick Ur elbow. ( We know U gonna try this !!! )
-Hummingbirds are the only animal that can also fly backwards

>Life Of a HouseFly Is Only 14 Days
>A Sheep, Duck & Rooster Were D 1st Animals 2 Fly In a Hot Air Balloon

U Know!
Nobel Prizes are Awarded in Six Categories:

-Libya has the only flag which is all one color with no writing or decoration on it.
-Most Americans' car horns beep in the key off.

> Denmark has the oldest National Flag in the world
> Norway is the recycle capital of the world
> Nokia started as a paper company

*Top 3 tallest building in india*
*The Imperial, Mumbai - 60 Floors
*Ashok Towers 1, Mumbai - 53 Floors
*Planet Godrej Mumbai, 51 Floors

-Who The 13th Prime Minister of India ?
>On 13 October 1999, 13th Atal Bihari Vajpayee took oath as Prime Minister of India

About 80% Of The Earths Animals R Insects.
-All Mammals Hve Tongues.
-Pure Gold Is So Soft That It Can Be Molded With The Hands..

>A Cat Can Run About 20 km/hr When It Grows Up
>A Cheeta Can Run About 76 km/hr
>The Fastest Human Beings Runs Only About 30 km/hr

The world's 1st University was established in Takshila India in 700BC
More than 10,500 students 4m all over the world studied more than 60 su

*Top 10Largest Cities in India*

Weekly Leave For Countries*
India - Sunday
Egypt -Wednesday
United Arab Emirates,-Friday
Israel- Saturday

Do You Know?
>The cigarette lighter was invented before the match
>Right handed people live, on average 9 years longer than left handed

Facebook Facts-
>500 mill active usr
>15%FB users update their status
>22%Comment On another's Post
>26%Like another user content

>It Takes The Food 7 Seconds To Get From Mouth To Stomach
>Human Hair Can Support 3 KG
>Attachment Of Human Muscles To Skin Causes Dimples

>Name of Alexander's the Great war horse-Bucephalus
>Name of Mahanarana Pradap's horse-Chetak

-International Business Machines is an American multinational technology and consulting firm headquartered in Armonk, New York

Full Forms:
>VISA: Visitor's Intention of Staying Abroad
>PAN: Permanent Account Number
>TRAI: Telecom Regulatory Authorityof India
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