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One Liner Approach To General Knowledge (GK)

General Knowledge is an indispensable part of every competitive examinations held in India. Competitive examinations held across India generally asked questions from four main sections i.e. General Knowledge, Reasoning, English and Mathematics. General Knowledge is one subject which is very difficult to prepare and needed much time. Thus, candidates needs to have a thorough understanding of the subject. Since it is very difficult to revise all sections of general knowledge few days before exams, therefore, we are presenting One Liner Approach To General Knowledge (GK) containing more than 500 questions frequently asked in various competitive examinations such as SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC TAX ASSISTANT, CDS, NDA, BANKS, LIC, RAILWAYS, MBA, PSC, etc.

One Liner General Knowledge (GK):

Sl. No.Question - One Liner Approach To General Knowledge (GK)Answer
81. Marasmus disease is caused due to the deficiency of? Protein.
82. The only session of Indian National Congress (INC) presided over by Mahatma Gandhi was at? Belgaum in the year 1924.
83. Which country plays Ashes test match series against each other? England and Australia.
84. Which Ramon Magsaysay award winner founded the 'Asha for Education', a secular organisation dedicated to bring socio-economic change in India by focusing on basic education? Sandeep Pandey.
85. Who authored ancient Sanskrit plays 'Mahavircharita' and 'Uttar Ramcharita'? Bhavabhuti.
86. Which country is known as 'Land of rising sun'? Japan.
87. What is the popular name of Magnesium Sulphate, a white crystalline salt used in medicine and in leather processing? Epsom salt.
88. Where is the headquarter of Interpol? Lyon.
89. Name the International human rights organization with headquarters in London which won Nobel Prize for Peace in 1977? Amnesty International
90. The Ilbert Bill, by which Indian judges were allowed to try the European offenders in criminal cases, was introduced by which Governor-General of India in 1883? Lord Rippon.
91. Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen by weight in the ratio? 1:8.
92. Who discovered Blood Group? Karl Landsteiner (USA).
93. Which Indian state was originally known as the North East Frontier Agency (NEFA)? Arunachal Pradesh.
94. Which strait connects the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean? Strait of Magellan.
95. What is the capital of Chile? Santiago.
96. In the Earth's crust, which chemical element has the largest share of 47 percent in terms of weight? Oxygen.
97. Which among the following chemical is used in photography? Silver bromide.
98. Milk is an example of emulsion, True or False? True.
99. Which India born physicist invented the 'Optical Fibre'? Narinder Singh Kapany.
100. Which waterbody seprates the Andaman Islands from the Nocibar Islands? Ten Degree Channel.

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