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>> Study of fossils is called paleontology.
>> penicillium is an example of fungi.
>> The scientific name of human is Homo sapiens.
>> Thread like structures in fungi are called
>> The smallest bacteria on earth are mycoplasma.
>> Vaccine for rabies was developed by Pasteur.
>> Malaria is caused by plasmodium.
>> Hepatitis is inflammation of liver.
>> Penicillin is obtained from fungi.
>> Tape worm is endoparasite.
>> Fructose is pentose sugar.
>> Peptide bond is a N-H link.
>> Mitochondria is called power house of the cell.
>> The structure that is absent in animal cell is cell
>> The non-protein part of enzyme is called
>> Nucleic acid was first isolated by Friedrich
>> Fructose is keto sugar.
>> Members of the same species living in the same
place at the same time make community.
>> Monocyte is a leukocyte.
>> Pulmonary artery contains deoxygenated blood.
>> In most plants the food is transported in form of
>> 6 molecules of carbon dioxide are formed in
one Kreb’s cycle.
>> Amylases enzyme digests carbohydrates.
>> The pancreas produces digestive enzymes and
release in the small intestine.
>> Detail study of internal organs at level of tissue
with the help of microscope is called histology.
programs that controls and co-ordinates the
overall operations of a computer system.
means “changes nature with passage of time”.
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>> The United Nations was founded on October 24,
>> The International Court of Justice is located in
>> The Great Wall of China is about 21,196 KM
>> There are 10 non-permanent members of the
>> The currency of Indonesia is rupiah.
>> The D-8 is an organization of eight developing
>> The European Union’s working capital is in
>> The head quarter of NATO is located in Brussels.
>> The motto of UNO is It’s your world!.
>> The world’s highest mountain is in Nepal.
>> The head quarter of Red Cross is in Geneva.
>> World Trade Organization was established in
>> The North Atlantic treaty (NATO) was signed in
>> Italy, on the map of world, appears as “Long
>> The largest ocean of the world is Pacific.
>> OIC changed its name from Organization of the
Islamic Conference to Organization of Islamic
Cooperation in 2011.
>> The most powerful organ of United Nations is
>> The head quarter of Green Peace International
is located in Amsterdam.
>> 3 May is observed internationally as Press
>> The Capital of Canada is Ottawa.
>> Suez Canal is between Mediterranean Sea and
>> The permanent Secretariat of SAARC is located
in Kathmandu, Nepal.
>> The currency of Israel is Shekel.
>> India (by electorate) is the world’s largest
>> The permanent Secretariat of OIC is located in
>> The highest part of the Earth is Mount Everest.
>> The lowest part of the Earth is Dead Sea.
>> The deepest part of the Earth is Mariana
>> The head quarter of Amnesty International is in
>> The head quarter of Transparency International
is in Berlin.
>> The largest Island of the World is Greenland.
>> 22 April is observed internationally as Earth
>> Yellow Sea lies between China and Korea.
>> The smallest Sea of the World is Baltic Sea.
>> World’s famous bridge “Golden Gate Bridge” is
in San Francisco.
>> Indonesia is called “Land of Thousand Islands”.
>> Indonesia is an archipelago comprising
approximately 17,500 islands.
>> Bangladesh is called the “Land of Golden Fiber”.
>> Finland is called the “Land of thousand Lakes”
>> Vienna is the capital of Austria.
>> The capital of Czech Republic is Prague.
>> ANTARA is the news agency of Indonesia.
>> Emirates is an airline of UAE.
>> The Temple of Heaven, a religious building, is
located in Beijing.
>> The mine, Super Pit, is Australia’s largest gold
>> Swedish was the nationality of Alfred Nobel.
>> The first Nobel Prize was awarded in 1901.
>> The Nobel Prize has been awarded in 6 fields.
>> The Li River is located in China.
>> SANA is the news agency of Syria.
>> Saba is the news agency of Yemen.
>> KLM is an airline of Netherlands.
>> Etihad Airways is an airline of United Arab
>> The Earth surface is divided in 7 Continents.
>> The Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is
>> The second Largest Continent (by Area) of the
World is Africa.
>> The Smallest Continent (by Area) of the World is
>> The Earth’s Oceanic water is divided in 5
>> The Earth’s Largest Ocean is Pacific.
>> The Earth’s second Largest Ocean is Atlantic.
>> The Earth’s Smallest Ocean is Arctic.
>> The world’s Largest Lake is Caspian Sea.
>> The hottest desert of the world is Sahara
>> The first Secretary General of United Nations
was Trygue Lie.
>> The world’s deadliest conflict was World War II.
>> The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of
Hiroshima on 6 August 1945.
>> Little Boy was the name of Atomic Bomb that
dropped on the city of Hiroshima.
>> The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of
Nagasaki on 9 August 1945.
>> Fat Man was the name of Atomic Bomb that
dropped on the city of Nagasaki.
>> The Delaware River is in United States.
>> The main structural work of the Eiffel Tower
was completed in 1889.
>> The height of Eiffel Tower is 1063 feet.
>> Reuters is the news agency of United Kingdom.
>> WAFA is the news agency of Palestine.
>> The capital of Saudi Arabia is Riyadh.
>> The currency of Qatar is Riyal.
>> Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was
founded on September 25, 1969.
>> The OIC was founded in Morocco.
>> The 6th organ, “Trusteeship Council” of
theUnited Nations suspended operation on
November 01, 1994, with the independence of
>> The United Nations has 5 principal organs.
>> The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was
founded on 27 December 1945.
>> The social networking site “Twitter” was
launched on July 15, 2006.
>> The National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) was formed in1958.
>> 8 March is observed internationally as Women’s
>> 22 March is observed internationally as World
>> 7 April is observed internationally as World
>> The soviet media theory had its roots in German
>> The monetary unit of Bangladesh is Taka.
>> Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam.
>> Hitler party which came into power in 1933 is
known as Nazi Party.
>> Garampani sanctuary is located at Diphu,
>> Eritrea, which became the 182nd member of
the UN in 1993, is in the continent of Africa.
>> The height of all 4 Minars of Badshai Mosque is
>> Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York
is the world’s largest railway station.
>> Abdur-rehaman Chugtai made the design of
Pakistan’s first Stamp Ticket.
>> Bay of Arizona of the Atlantic, between
northern Spain and western France, is noted for
its rough seas and high tides.
>> Thomas Cup is associated badminton Game.
>> Largest Arms Importer of the World is India.
>> Ariana is airlines of Afghanistan.
>> FFC stands for Film Finance Corporation.
>> Jesuits name is given to members of the Roman
Catholic Society of Jesus.
>> . Epsom (England) is the place associated with
>> Atal Behari Vajpayee was the first person to
address the United Nations in Hindi.
>> The availability of cash and other cash-like
marketable instruments that are useful in
purchases and investments are commonly
known as liquidity.
>> Fatima Jinnah joined All India Muslim league in
>> First human heart transplant operation
conducted by Dr. Christian Bernard on Louis
Washkansky, was conducted in 1967.
>> Aquarius sign of the zodiac is also called The
>> The 3rd SAARC Ministerial Level Meet on
Poverty held in Nepal.
>> Chickenpox is common childhood illness related
to shingles is also called varicella
>> Jamaica, Caribbean country is Montego Bay the
main tourist centre.
>> The largest peninsula in the world is Arabia.
>> The 16th NAM (Non-Aligned Movement) Summit
2012 was held in Tehran.
>> Canada made an exit from Kyoto Protocol.
>> Quid-e-Azam’s mother tongue was Gujrati.
>> Pakistan’s National Flag was prepared by
>> 15 counters have each player in a game of
>> Russia is the Second largest Arms Exporter of
>> Saudi Arabia is the largest Oil Producing
Member Country of OPEC.
>> Biscuit item takes its name from the French for
>> The most beautiful stone-Marble is extracted
from NWFP province of Pakistan.
>> On Sea of Tranquility area of the moon did
Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins make their
landing on 20 July 1969
>> Yew name is more commonly given to a tree of
the genus Taxus.
>> The longest river in Pakistan is River Sindh.
>> In South Park cartoon series do the characters
Chef and Cartman appear.
>> In Switzerland, the headquarters of the
multinational company Nestle.
>> Tomb of Mughal Emperor Jahangir located in
>> Geneva, city in Switzerland was the
headquarters of the League of Nations.
>> At Karate sport have Keiji, Okada and Yuko
Hasama been world champions.
>> In Florida, US state is the port of Tarpon
>> Ice cream was first produced in Italy in the 17th
>> The total Area of the Capital of Pakistan
‘Islamabad’ is 907 sq Km.
>> Spanish is the official language of Mexico.
>> Lira is the standard monetary unit of Turkey.
>> Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, Australia.
>> In 19th century the Crimean War takes place.
>> In Florida, US state is the city of Tallahassee.
>> Christopher Reeve starred as Superman in the
1970s and 1980s film series.
>> Chakor is the national bird of Pakistan.
>> Anne Boleyn was the second wife of King Henry
VIII of England.
>> The Painted Desert lies in Arizona, US state.
>> In 1912 year 1912, the Titanic sinks on its
>> Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee.
>> Tripoli is the capital of Libya.
>> German, French and Italian are the three main
languages of Switzerland.
>> The Second largest city of Pakistan is Lahore.
>> The large moon Miranda is a satellite of Uranus
planet of the solar system.
>> Mount Cook is the highest mountain of New
Zealand nation in the South Pacific.
>> In Moscow European city are the Pushkin
Museum of Fine Arts and the Kremlin.
>> 50 white stars are on the national flag of the
>> A howdah is a seat used for riding on the back
>> California, US state is the city of San Diego.
>> Athena was the Greek goddess of war and
>> Blue Whale is the world’s largest living
>> In 1976, Israeli troops stormed a hijacked plane
at Entebbe, Ugandan airport.
>> Dead Sea is the name of the large salty lake
which lies between Israel and Jordan.
>> In Ice hockey sport is the term ‘hookcheck’
>> Gatun Lake is part of Panama Canal.
>> In US politics, Vice-President carries the
nickname ‘the Veep’.
>> Sydney is Australia’s largest city by population.
>> 64 squares has a chessboard.
>> Green colour is the ball worth three points in
>> France is the most popular destination for
>> The Flathead Lake Monster is said to exist in
Montana, US state.
>> George Bernard Shaw wrote Arms and the Man
and Man and Superman.
>> Abraham Lincoln US president was assassinated
by John Wilkes Booth.
>> 20 numbers is between five and one on a
>> Antarctica continent comprises the land around
the South Pole.
>> John Keats English romantic poet wrote
>> Cuckoo bird with a distinctive call lays its eggs in
the nests of other birds.
>> Cook Strait body of water separates the North
Island and South Island of New Zealand.
>> On Adriatic Sea is the island of Corfu situated.
>> Louisiana Purchase was the United States
largest single land acquisition.
>> Arabian Desert is the second largest desert in
the world after the Sahara desert.
>> For the Olympics and World Tournaments, the
dimensions of basketball court are 28 m x 15 m.
>> Each year World Red Cross and Red Crescent
Day is celebrated on May 8.
>> Andrew Jackson was the first U.S President who
was not from Massachusetts or Virginia.
>> Federation Cup, World Cup, Allywyn
International Trophy and Challenge Cup are
awarded to winners of Volleyball.
>> Famous sculptures depicting art of love built
some time in 950 AD – 1050 AD are Khajuraho
>> In South Dakota State is the Geographic Center
of the United States located.
>> Fire temple is the place of worship of
Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion).
>> Garry Trudeau was the first cartoonist to win a
Pulitzer Prize for a comic strip.
>> Georgia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan became
the members of UNO in 1992.
>> Germany signed the Armistice Treaty on
November 11, 1918 and World War I ended.
>> During World War II, Germany attack France in
>> In Miami, Florida, james Mclamore and David
Edger ton open the first Burger King in 1954.
>> DRDL stands for Defense Research and
>> Scott Fitzgerald author confessed’ “My stories
written when sober are stupid”
>> Topeka Kansas city’s name means ‘potato’ in
the Kansa language.
>> Gen. K.M. Cariappa was the first Indian Chief of
Army Staff of the Indian Army.
>> 10 inches tall is the pitcher’s mound in major
>> FRS stands for Fellow of Royal Society.
>> Telegraph device’s invention was the main
reason for demise of the Pony Express.
>> During World War I Germany was defeated in
the Battle of Verdun on the western front and
Romania declared war on the eastern front in
the year 1916 AD.
>> Hamid Karzai was chosen president of
Afghanistan in 2002.
>> Durand Cup is associated with the game of
>> Tennessee Williams playwright’s The Glass
Menagerie appeared on Broadway and was
made into three movies.
>> Lake Placid was the first U.S city to host the
>> Headquarters of UNO are situated at New York,
>> Bartholomew Dias was the first person to sail to
the southern tip of Africa, in 1488.
>> First International Peace Congress was held in
London in 1843 AD.
>> Wimbledon was the only Grand Slam event that
eluded Monica seles in both 1991 and 1992.
>> Dr. Zakir Hussain was the first Muslim president
>> In Robinson Crusoe, Friday the title character
name of the native he befriends.
>> Hockey was introduced in the Asian Games in
1958 in Tokyo.
>> 640 acres are in square mile.
>> ESCAP stands for Economic and Social
Commission for Asia and Pacific.
>> Firdausi was a poet, well known for his epic
>> The Partridge Family TV show, the singing
family travel in Bus.
>> Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is at
>> During the first crusade, crusaders reached
Jerusalem and captured it in 1099 AD.
>> Venetian artist Titian’s last name was Vecellio.
>> Free market is market where the price of a
commodity is determined by free play of the
forces of supply and demand.
>> Michigan, U.S. state has the second most area
that is covered by water.
>> East Timor, which became the 191st member of
the UN, is in the continent of Asia.
>> Inventor of the tuning fork was English
trumpeter John Shore’s claim to fame in 1711.
>> GNLF stands for Gorkha National Liberation
>> Cincinnati college’s men’s basketball team
below is not nicknamed the Wildcats.
>> Fa-Hien was the first Buddhist pilgrim of China
to visit India during the reign of Chandragupta
>> Washington, D.C, U.S subway system has the
most miles of track.
>> In National Football League major U.S
professional sport the home team not usually
>> Esmeralda was the gypsy heroine of The
Hunchback of Notre Dame.
>> 3 continents border the Arctic Ocean.
>> Franklin Roosevelt, U.S President first appeared
on the face of the dime on Jan 30, 1946.
>> Gary Player was the only golfer to win the
British open in three different decades in the
>> Sinclair Lewis author’s first novel was Hike and
the aero plane.
>> Barbers profession was the first to accept what
we now call tips.
>> A Charlie Brown Christmas was the first Peanuts
>> 7 no- hitters Nolan Ryan throw in his career, the
most by any Major League Baseball pitcher.
>> Syed Ahmed Shaheed was the founder of jihad
>> Teri yad was the first Pakistan Urdu film.
>> Headquarter of international environmental
organization green peace is situated at
>> Presidential period of quaid-e-azam in Muslim
league is 15 years.
>> Steve jobs were American and founder of apple.
>> On 9th July 1950 Pakistan joined IMF.
>> The highest literacy rate among the SAARC
countries is in Maldives with 99 % and Sri Lanka
second with 97% (W.Bank Report )
>> Which country opposed Pakistan membership
in United Nations? Afghanistan.
>> Lightest gas in the world is hydrogen.
>> The world famous bridge Golden Gate is located
in San Francisco.
>> Autopsy is the post Mortem examination off a
>> India house is situated in London.
>> Ongest glacier is Lambert (Antarctica).
>> Death Valley is located in California USA.
>> The glorious revolution started in 1988.
>> The Paking news was the first newspaper of the
>> Queen house is the official residency of Sri
>> Largest railway station is grand central terminal.
>> Equinox means equal days and nights.
>> Becquerel is a unit of radioactivity.
>> Longest river is Nile (Egypt) of the world. After
Nile Amazon is the second longest river of the
>> Where do the white and blue Niles join
>> Victoria River is a source of river Nile.
>> Marco polo (Italian) reached china through
>> Blue house is the official residence in South
>> Sun is 400 times larger than our moon.
>> Blood sugar level is controlled by hormone
>> One cusec is equal to 7.48 gallons (28.317)
>> Margalla hills of Islamabad are extension of
>> Tears are produced by lachrymal glands.
>> The largest x rays were discovered by roentgen.
>> Neutron was discovered by Chadwick.
>> First human in space is Yuri Gagarin 1961 of
>> Parliament of Japan is called diet.
>> World health day is observed on 7th April.
>> Herodotus called is father of history.
>> Largest sea bird is albatross.
>> Parliament of India is called congress
>> Fluorine is used to prevent tooth decay.
>> The visible part of the sun is called
>> People republic of china has the largest army in
>> Petroleum is the largest import item of
>> Largest industry of Pakistan is textile.
>> Union jack is the flag of UK .
>> Pakistan purchased Gawadar from Oman in
>> Humayun died on 27 january 1556 as a result of
a sudden fall from the stair of the din panah
>> Akbar built the fort of Allahabad.
>> The first building of akbar time was humayun
tomb at delhi built under the guidance of his
step mother haji begum.
>> Hydrometer is an instrument used for
measuring the specific gravity of liquids.
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