Most Confusing GK Pointers- Part 89

Most Confusing GK Pointers

#1.

  • Largest Producer of Tobacco in the World - China.
  • Largest Producer of Tobacco in India – Andhra Pradesh.

#2.

  • Rail Wheel Factory – Bengaluru.
  • Rail Coach Factory – Kapurthala.
  • Integral Coach Factory – Chennai.
  • Diesel Loco Modernisation Works – Patiala.

#3.

  • First Post Office in India – Bombay.
  • First Post Office outside India – Dakshin Gangotri, Antartica in 1983.
  • Founder of Postal in India – Governor General Lord Dalhousie.
  • First Postage stamp of India - Sinde Dawk in 1852.

#4.

  • National Highways are specified by Yellow and White colour milestones.
  • State Highways are specified by Green and White colour milestones.

#5.

  • Exocrine Gland: The glands that secrete its product into a duct. For example, salivary gland secretes the saliva into the salivary duct.
  • Endocrine Gland: The Gland secrete its product directly into the blood. 

#6.

  • Highest Point in Asia – Mount Everest.
  • Lowest Point in Asia – Dead Sea.

#7.

  • Pollination by wind – Anemophily.
  • Pollination by bird – Ornithophily.
  • Pollination by water – Hydrophily.
  • Pollination by insects – Entomophily.

#8.

  • Longest cave in the world – Mammoth Cave.
  • Deepest cave in the World – Krubera Cave.

#9.

  • First English Newspaper in India – Bengal Gazette.
  • First English Newspaper in India started by – J.A. Hickey.

#10.

  • Electric bulb filament is made of Tungsten.
  • The gas usually filled in the electric bulb is Nitrogen.

#11.

  • Largest Producer of manganese in the World – USA.
  • Largest Producer of rubber in the World – Malaysia.
  • Largest Producer of tin in the World – Malaysia.

#12.

  • Scientific Name of Mango – Mangifera Indica.
  • Scientific Name of Papaya – Carica Papaya.

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