World GK Questions

Q106. In Malaysia, the "Kinta Valley" is famous for
(A) Rubber Production
(B) Tea Production
(C) Tin Production
(D) Coffee Production

Q107. Darling range is situated along which of the following coasts of Australia
(A) North-Eastern Coast
(B) Southern Coast
(C) Eastern Coast
(D) South-Western Coast

Q108. Large coffee plantations in Brazil are called
(A) Estate
(B) Estancias
(C) Kalkhozes
(D) Fazendas

Q109. Which one is known as the Oil capital of Europe
(A) Belfast
(B) Aberdeen
(C) Leeds
(D) Liverpool

Q110. Total number of landlock countries in the World is
(A) 40
(B) 42
(C) 44
(D) 46

Q111. The name of which of the following countries closely means "country of 40 tribes"
(A) Kazakhstan
(B) Kyrgyzstan
(C) Tajikistan
(D) Uzbekistan

Q112. Which country has the largest area of forest land in the world
(A) Russia
(B) Brazil
(C) India
(D) Canada

Q113. The "Global-500" Award is given for rare achievement in which of the following fields
(A) Gene preservation
(B) Environment conservation
(C) Population control
(D) Pollution control

Q114. The Headquarters of the "Green Peace International" is located at
(A) Amsterdam
(B) Canberra
(C) Ottawa
(D) Nagasaki

Q115. Which one country is the largest producer of iodine in the world
(A) Kenya
(B) Chile
(C) Bolivia
(D) South Africa

Q116. The Great Victoria Desert is located in
(A) Canada
(B) Mexico
(C) Mongolia
(D) Australia

Q117. Which country has recently been renamed as 'The Kingdom of Eswatini'
(A) Zambia
(B) Soloman Island
(C) Swaziland
(D) Marshall Island

Q118. Which island is located geographically in America but politically in Europe
(A) Greenland
(B) Alexander Islands
(C) Bathurst Island
(D) Christmas Island

Q119. The “Black 47” is related to
(A) Great Bengal Famine
(B) Irish Famine
(C) Famine in Edessa
(D) Famine throughout Europe 1016

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