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1. Who is considered to be the father of the nation of Singapore?
2. Ahmad Sukarno remained the president of from 1949-1968.
3. What is the capital of Australia?
4. One of the bloodiest battles of the First World War was fought at Ypres (lepers) where a large number of soldiers from South Asia also died. In which country is this battlefield located?
5. President Robert Gabriel Mugabe is the President of
6. Dag Hammarskjold remained the Secretary General of the United Nations from 1953 till 1961 when he died in a plane crash. Which country did he belong to?
7. After the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, who became the Prime Minister of India?
8. Ernesto "Che" Guevara was a famous revolutionary guerrilla fighter. To which country did he belong?
9. Nelson Mandela received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 together with another Soutt, African Leader. What was his name?
10. When did Pakistan leave the Commonwealth for the first time before rejoining it in 1989?
11. Which is the second largest Planet in our Solar System?
12. When did the Organization of Islamic Conference change its name to Organization of Islamic Cooperation (01C)?
13. `Grameen Bank' a pioneer in the field of micro finance, was the brainchild of:
14. BRICS is the acronym for an association of five major emerging economies. The grouping comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China and
15. The Permanent Secretariat of ASEAN is located in:
16. Who was the first man to set foot on the Moon?
17. The Battle of Waterloo saw the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte. In which country is this battlefield located?
18. The tactics of "Satyagraha" as a form of passive resistance movement was developed by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. While he was in South Africa. He led a few Satyagraha agitations against the then South African Government. What was Gandhi doing in South Africa?
19. Which famous actor played the role of Dr. Zhivago in the movie by the same name?
20. The famous book "Gulliver's Travels" was written by:
21. Former Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Sahabzada Yaqub Khan, who died recently, had also served as the special Representative of the UN Secretary General for:
22. Pablo Picasso was one of the most famous painters of the world. He was from:
23. Constantinople is the old name of:
24. Golden Temple" in India is a sacred place for which religion?
25. Which President of the USA was Involved in the "Watergate Scandal"?
26. Which mammal lays eggs?
27. Before the re-unification of Germany what was the capital of West Germany?
28. Cope of Good Hope" is located in which country?
29. To which island was Napoleon exiled to, in 1815, where he eventually died?
30. In which country is the world's highest waterfall (Angel Falls) located?
31. Recently Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attended the Climate Change Summit, conference hold in Paris in December 2015. The conference is popularly known as COP21. What does COP stand for?
32. How many countries, so far, are members of the European Union?
33. The South African Cricket team is known by the name "Proteas". What exactly is "Proteas"?
34. Wallis Mathias was a test cricketer from 1955 to 1962. Which country did he play for?
35. "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely". These words are associated with which personality?
36. The "Statue of Liberty" is located in New York. USA. It was gifted to the USA by:
37. Who said "From each according ,to his abilities, to each according to his needs
38. Ornithology" is the study of:
39. Which disease is caused by iodine deficiency?
40. "Dialysis" is used for treatment of:
41. DNA as a term is frequently used in Forensic investigations. What does DNA stand for?
42. Banaspati Ghee, commonly used in Pakistan is produced by hydrogenation of
43. MRI is commonly used diagnostic tool in hospitals. What does MRI stands for?
44. Polio is caused by a:
45. Sun is a:
46. Which one of the following is not a mammal?
47. The longest bone in the human body is:
48. Which one of the following is the purest form of gold?
49. Which one of the following is the largest organ in the human body?
50. Which one of the following disease is caused by drinking of contaminated water?
51. Son of Mughal Emperor Zaheeruddin Babar, Emperor Humayun, lost his throne to:
52. Which Islamic scholar practically Akbar's so called Deen-i-llahi?
53. After the 1857 war of Independence the Mughal King of Delhi, Bahadur Shah was deported, by the British, to:
54. Which British officer shot and killed three of Bahodur Shah Zafar's sons, during the 1857 war of Independence)?
55. In which year did the Hindi-Urdu Controversy start?
56. After Sir Syed Ahmad Khan who became the Secretary of MAO College Management?
57. Who founded the Arya Samaj In India?
58. Indian National Congress was founded on the initiative of:
59. Who was the first President of the All India Muslim League?
60. Syed Ahmad Shaheed along with Shah Ismail were martyred in a battle with the Sikhs at:
61. Who made the official announcement of the annulment of the partition of Bengals, in 1911?
62. In which pact did the leaders of the Congress and the Muslim League agree on Constitutional Reforms in India including separate Electorate for Muslims?
63. In 1927 the British Parliament appointed a Commission to report on the working of Dyarchy in Indian provinces. Who was the head of this Commission?
64. In August 1932, which British Prime Minister announced the famous Communal Award granting separate electorates to depressed classes in India?
65. Who was the Prime Minister of Great Britain when Pakistan and India gained independence?
66. Who wrote the National Anthem of India?
67. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah started is legal practice in _________ and became the first Muslim barrister in the city.
68. Quaid-e-Azam's daughter, Dina, decided to marry Neville Wadia against her father's wishes, which led to a lifelong estrangement between the two. What was Neville Wadia by way of religion?
69. What was the title of Allama lqbal's Ph.D Thesis?
70. Who played the pivotal role in the founding of APWA (All Pakistan Women's Association)?
71. The Indian Independence Act 1947 was mainly based on the recommendations made by
72. After the assassination of Liaqat Ali Khan the then Governor General of Pakistan took over as the Prime Minister. Who was appointed as the Governor General?
73. Name tho Incident that took place in January 1971, which provided an excuse to India to ban all Pakistani flights over Indian territory.
74. After removal of the Nawaz Sharif government in 1999, Pervez Musharraf took office of:
75. In the Battle of Uhad Hinda mutilated the body of Hazrat Hamza (RA) and chewed his liver. Hinda was the wife of:
76. During the Battle of Uhacl most of the archers appointed by the Holy Prophet (PBUH) left their designated place, Who took advantage and attacked the Muslims and turned the fortunes:,
77. Name of the youngest daughter of the Holy Prophet (PBUH):
78. What is the meaning of "Baqarah"?
79. What was the name of the camel on which the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was riding while migrating to Madina?
80. At which place did the Holy Prophet (PBUH) became the Imam of all the prophets during Miraj (Ascension)?
81. Umrah can be performed at any time throughout the year except 9th to:
82. In which Surah of the Holy Quran essentials of "Wuzu" (Ablution) given?
83. Who signed the Treaty of Hudalbiya on behalf of the Quraish?
84. Who was the first among the Muslims to conquer Northern Africa. He also established the city Kairwoan (Tunisia)
85. How many Marlas are there in one acre?
86. How many "Furlongs" make 1 (one) mile?
87. On 25 September 2015 the UN Sustainable Development Summit adopted the 2030 Agenda for sustainable Development, which included a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). How many Goals have been included in the SDGs?
88. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were adopted in 2000. How many goals were identified in the MDGs?
89. Human Development Index (HDI) is a widely accepted indicator to measure the overall well-being of a country. Who was the man behind the establishment of HDI?
90. Gross National Happiness (GNH) has been proposed as one of the indicators to measure the overall well-being of a country. GNH as an indicator was proposed by:
91. Population of Vultures in Pakistan is deck at a very high ratio and efforts are being ma 9 for conservation of this endangered bird yiji: is the main cause of declining vul•R ture population?
92. Attabad Lake in Gilge-Balbstan was formed due to a massive landslide, which blocked river ______ for almost months.
93. Who was Pakistan's first Civilian Chief Mahal Law Administrator (CMLA)?
94. The affairs of the cooperative societies in Pakistan are regulated under Cooperative Societies Act, 1925 and Cooperative Societies Rules of.
95. Who is the Minister for Cooperatives in the Government of Punjab?
96. Who was the first post-independence Chief Minister of Punjab?
97. Who succeeded Sir Francis Mudie as the second Governor of Punjab in independent Pakistan?
98. Squadron Leader M.M. Alam (retired as Air Commodore) was an ace fighter pilot in Pakistan Air Force. For his braver in 1965 war he was awarded the:
99. Who is the current Chief of Air Staff?
100. One of the most prominent poets of Pakistan, Faiz Ahmad Faiz, won which international award in 1962?