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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
101. In which city is the Netaji Subhash National Institute of Sports situated? Patiala.
102. Which religious teacher established four maths in four corners of country at Badrinath (North), Dwarka (West), Puri (East) & Sringeri (South)? Adi Shankaracharya.
103. Who is considered as the father of Mobile Phone? Martin Cooper.
104. Gayatri Mantra is addressed to which Hindu god? Surya.
105. Which element is necessarily present in all acids? Hydrogen.
106. Who authored the book `Business at the speed of thought' ? Bill Gates.
107. Which organ in the human body produces Bile? Liver.
108. Diamond and Graphite are allotropes of which element? Carbon.
109. Who is the only Indian cricketer to have taken all 10 wickets in a Test innings? Anil Kumble.
110. What is the minimum age limit to become the President of India? 35 years.
111. Who created fictional character Harry Potter? J.K.Rowling.
112. Deficiency of which vitamin causes Scurvy? Vitamin-C.
113. Which constituent of human blood is responsible for blood clotting? Platelets (Thrombocytes).
114. Which was the first country to give women the right to vote in elections? New Zealand.
115. According to Hindu mythology, twin sisters Riddhi and Siddhi are wives of which God? Ganesh.
116. Which scientist was known as 'Wizard of Menlo Park'? Thomas Alva Edison.
117. On 6th April 1909, who became the first person to reach the North Pole? Robert Edwin Peary.
118. What is the name of India's first nuclear reactor? Apsara.
119. Which Mughal emperor assumed the title of 'Alamgir' - Conqueror of the world? Aurangzeb.
120. At which place did Mahatama Gandhi start his first Satyagraha in India? Champaran in Bihar.

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