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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
141. To preserve the filaments at high temprature, which gas is filled in the electric bulbs? Argon.
142. 'The Four Noble Truths' and 'Noble Eightfold Path' are the cornerstones of which religion? Buddhism.
143. What is the chemical name of Baking Soda? Sodium bicarbonate.
144. What is the chemical name of Washing Soda? Sodium carbonate.
145. From which Indian ruler did the Britishers aquire the Kohinoor diamond? Dalip Singh.
146. 'Gyandarshan' is an educational TV channel of which Indian open university? IGNOU.
147. Which city annually hosts the Wimbledon tennis championship, one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments? London
148. Which European country is also known as the 'Land of the Midnight Sun'? Norway.
149. The India receives its major rainfall from which monsoon? South-West Monsoon.
150. How many years does the US President serve during one term? 4 years.
151. Bamboo is tree, weed or grass? Grass.
152. Which straits connects India to Srilanka? Palt Straits.
153. Headquarter of Zoological Survey of India is at? Kolkata.
154. In which article of the Indian Constitution the word 'Minority' appears? Article 29.
155. University of Nalanda and Vikramsila were destroyed by? Baktiyar Khalji.
156. Which emperor propaged the idea of 'Sulahkul'? Akbar.
157. The nickname 'seven-sisters' has been given in India to? 7 North-Eastern States.
158. As per the latest estimates of the planning commission the poverty ratio in 2011-2012 in India is? 21.9%.
159. Human blood is viscous in nature due to the presence of? Protein in blood.
160. pH value of pure water is? 7.

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