World GK Trivia

Q16. Which country has the highest Human Development Index
(A) Norway
(B) Canada
(C) Denmark
(D) New Zealand

Q17. Which one is the longest day in Southern Hemisphere
(A) 14th June
(B) 21st June
(C) 15th October
(D) 22nd December

Q18. Which one is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world
(A) Damascus
(B) Varanasi
(C) Byblos
(D) Aleppo

Q19. Which continent is also known as the "continent of thirsty lands"
(A) Asia
(B) Australia
(C) Africa
(D) South America

Q20. Name a country where there are no known mineral deposits
(a) France
(b) Switzerland
(c) Sweden
(d) Peru

Q21. Taoism is a school of
(a) Chinese Philosophy
(b) Korean Philosophy
(c) Japanese Philosophy
(d) Thai Philosophy

Q22. The International Date Line located at ______ degrees east (or west) of the Greenwich Meridian
(a) 45
(b) 90
(c) 180
(d) 230

Q23. Which country has the largest number of immigrant population
(a) USA
(b) Germany
(c) England
(d) Australia

Q24. Which one is not a recognised official language of United Nation
(a) English
(b) Arabic
(c) Russian
(d) Japanese

Q25. Beside India, which one is the other country who had adopted National Anthem written by Rabindranath Tagore
(a) Bhutan
(b) Bangladesh
(c) Nepal
(d) Sri Lanka

Q26. Kim II-Sung was a leader from which country
(a) South Korea
(b) North Korea
(c) Vietnam
(d) Laos

Q27. The Buddhist stupa "Pha That Luang" is located in
(a) Thailand
(b) Laos
(c) Myanmar
(d) Bhutan

Q28. Which one city is the capital of New Zealand
(a) Christchurch
(b) Auckland
(c) Wellington
(d) Napier

Q29. The Maori people can be found in which country
(a) Fiji
(b) Australia
(c) New Zealand
(d) Japan

Q30. Which country has the world's highest rate of deforestation
(a) Indonesia
(b) Malaysia
(c) Sri Lanka
(d) Brazil

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