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World GK Questions

Q1. Olive is predominantly grown in
(A) Mediterranean countries
(B) South-East Asian countries
(C) England
(D) Australia

Q2. Which one is World's largest Artificial Island
(A) Flevopolder
(B) Palm Jebel Ali
(C) Palm Jumeirah
(D) Kansi

Q3. In which country, Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor project is located
(A) Germany
(B) France
(C) Greenland
(D) Japan

Q4. The standard time of a country differs from the GMT in multiples of
(A) 15 minuttes
(B) 30 minutes
(C) 45 minutes
(D) 1 hour

Q5. What is the name of the treaty which allows the member state to withdraw from the European Union
(A) Copenhagen Treaty
(B) Vienna Treaty
(C) Paris Treaty
(D) Lisbon Treaty



Q6. The international protocol to protect the Ozone layer is
(A) Kyoto Protocol
(B) Montreal Protocol
(C) Ramsar Convention
(D) Convention on Biological Diversity

Q7. Which State of USA is also known as "Land of Ten Thousand Lakes"
(A) Massachusetts
(B) Detroit
(C) Michigan
(D) Minnesota

Q8. Kalgoorlie of Australia is famous for
(A) Coal
(B) Gold
(C) Mica
(D) Iron ore

Q9. The World Health Organization (WHO) named which country as the first country in the world to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to child
(A) Argentina
(B) Peru
(C) Mexico
(D) Cuba

Q10. World Population Day is observed every year on
(A) 10th July
(B) 11th July
(C) 12th July
(D) 13th July



Q11. ‘Pillars of Hercules’ is the nickname of
(A) Venice
(B) Strait of Gibraltar
(C) Natal
(D) None of these

Q12. Which city is known as the City of Seven Hills
(A) Simla
(B) Ooty
(C) Venice
(D) Rome

Q13. The lowest place in Asia is
(A) Dead sea
(B) The Great Plains
(C) Pangong Tso Lake
(D) Jiuzhaigou Valley

Q14. Which African country was originally known as Northern Rhodesia
(A) Eswatini
(B) Botswana
(C) Zambia
(D) Mozambique

Q15. Who among the following is recognized as 'Father of Demography'
(A) William Patty
(B) Edmund Halley
(C) Thomas R. Malthus
(D) John Graunt


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