General Knowledge Quiz 206


Which was the first country to give women the right to vote in the national elections?
(A) Finland
(B) New Zealand
(D) Germany

Answer: New Zealand

O' Hare airport is in which American city?
(A) Chicago
(B) New York City
(C) Washington D.C.
(D) Los Angeles

Answer: Chicago

Who was awarded Nobel Prize both for Physics and for Chemistry?
(A) Marie Curie
(B) Albert Einstein
(C) C.V. Raman
(D) Pierre Curie

Answer: Marie Curie

Which British Prime Minister announced the notorious 'Communal Award'?
(A) Ramsay MacDonald
(B) Clement Attlee
(C) Winston Churchill
(D) Neville Chamberlain

Answer: Ramsay M.

MMX is a multimedia chip designed by which company?
(A) Hewlett Packard
(C) Intel
(D) Microsoft

Answer: Intel

Which was the first film to win the Filmfare Award for Best Picture?
(A) Kismat
(B) Do Bigha Zameen
(C) Devdas
(D) Alam Ara

Answer: Do Bigha Zameen

Which Indian nationalist formed the Indian Association in 1876?
(A) Surendranath Banerjee
(B) W.C. Bonerjea
(C) Aurobindo Ghose
(D) Chittaranjan Das

Answer: Surendranath Banerjee

Who was the captain of the Indian football team in the 1960 Olympics?
(A) P.K. Banerjee
(B) Chuni Goswami
(C) Sailen Manna
(D) Jarnail Singh

Answer: P.K. Banerjee

In Hindu mythology, who reduced the 60,000 sons of King Sagara into ashes?
(A) Durvasa
(B) Vishwamitra
(C) Kapila
(D) Vashishta

Answer: Kapila

Whom did Charles II lease Bombay to in the year 1668?
(A) The Mughal emperor
(B) The French
(C) Tipu Sultan
(D) East India Company

Answer: East India Company