General Awareness Quiz - Set 42

1. When was the Indian Peace Keeping Force Sent to Sri Lanka?
a) May, 1986
b) July, 1987
c) May, 1988
d) March, 1990

2. YMCA means
a) Young Members of Christian Association
b) Young Men’s Cricket Association
c) Young Men’s Christian Association
d) Young Members Cricket Association 

3. A place which has 4 as the first digit in its PIN code number could be situated in which of the following states?
a) Karnataka
b) Gujarat
c) Maharashtra
d) Uttar Pradesh 

4. The abbreviation ‘fob’ stands for
a) Free on Board
b) Free of Bargain
c) Fellow of Britain
d) None of these 

5. Field Marshal is the highest rank in
a) Army
b) Navy
c) Air force
d) Territorial army 

6. Delhi became capital of India in
a) 1910
b) 1911
c) 1916
d) 1923 

7. Who among the following is a prominent leader of the Narmada Bachao Andolan?
a) Medha Patkar
b) Chimanbhai Patel
c) Swami Agnivesh
d) Sundarlal Bahuguna

8. Lunar month is equal to
a) one earth day
b) 14 earth days
c) 28 earth days
d) 365 days 

9. Which of the following was the first Indian state to issue photo identity cards to its voters?
a) Tamil Nadu
b) Rajasthan
c) West Bengal
d) Haryana 

10. Newspapers are not published from which of the following Indian States?
a) Assam
b) Manipur
c) Mizoram
d) Arunachal Pradesh 

Answers: 


1. b) July, 1987
2. c) Young Men’s Christian Association
3. c) Maharashtra
4. a) Free on Board
5. a) Army
6. b) 1911
7. a) Medha Patkar
8. c) 28 earth days
9. d) Haryana
10. d) Arunachal Pradesh 

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