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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:

Sl. No.Question - One Liner Approach To General Knowledge (GK)Answer
221. Which disease is also known as 'Pink eye'? Conjunctivitis.
222. What is represented by the five rings of the Olympic symbol? 5 Continents, Europe, Asia, America, Africa and Australia.
223. In which year Mahatma Gandhi was chosen 'Person of the year' by the Times magazine? 1930.
224. Fire temple is a place of worship for which religion? Zoroastrians.
225. Which game is the second largest sporting event in the world after Olympics? Commonwealth games.
226. Motto of the Asian games is? Ever Onward.
227. Which major Tennis Grand Slams is also known as 'Roland Garros'? French Open.
228. Which award is the asian equivalent of the Nobel Prize? Ramon Magsaysay Award.
229. James Augustus Hickey is famously known as? Father of Indian Press.
230. Who was the first recipient of Bharat Ratna award? Dr. S. Radhakrishnan in 1954.
231. A person who can see distant objects clearly but cannot see nearby objects distinctly is suffering from which eye disease? Hypermetropia.
232. Fat soluble vitamins are? Vitamin A, D, E and K.
233. Goitre is caused due to the deficiency of? Iodine.
234. Longest cell in the human body is? Neuron (nerve cell).
235. Branch of study dealing with child (infant) diseases is called? Paediatrics.
236. Gramophone was invented by? Thomas Alva Edison.
237. In which year Sikkim was included in the 'North Eastern Council'? 2002.
238. The Writ used to secure a person who has been unlawfully detained without a legal justification is called? Habeas Corpus.
239. Who is known as Father of Geometry? Euclid.
240. Ganymede the largest natural satellite in the solar system is the satellite of which planet? Jupiter.

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