1. Nigeria is landlocked Country.
2. Tahrir Square is situated in Cairo.
3. Benghazi is a city in Libya.
4. River Nile originates from Lake Victoria.
5. Greenwich is located in England.
6. Canton is a city in China.
7. Indonesia and Malaysia are separated by the Malacca Strait.
8. The capital of Zimbabwe is Harare.
9. Myanmar is the new name of Burma.
10. Morocco and Spain are separated by the Strait of Gibraltar.
11. The apex elected body in Israel is called Knesset.
12. Communist Revolution took place in Russia in the month of October.
13. Pulitzer is an American Award in the field of Letters and journalism.
14. The name of the US Envoy for Afghanistan Pakistan is Marc Grossman.
15. De facto means actual, as a fact.
16. Carte Blanche means full discretionary powers.
17. Corrigendum means things to be corrected.
18. Faux pas means a false and incorrect step.
19. Fifth Column refers to treachery.
20. Paediatrics refers to the care of children.
21. Pythagoras, the geometrician, belonged to Greece.
22. “Asian Drama: An Inquiry into the Poverty of Nations” was written by Gunnar Myrdal.
23. Tolstoy was the author of the famous novel “War and Peace.”
24. In the air force, Air Commodore is higher than Squadron Leader.
25. The headquarters of WTO is in Geneva.
26. The International Court of Justice sits at The Hague.
27. Solar radiation is the heat received by the Earth from the Sun.
28. The cheapest source of electricity generation is Hydel.
29. The largest Political Agency in Pakistan tribal area in terms of area is South Waziristan.
30. Lowari Pass connects Dir with Chitral.
31. From Karachi, the farthest point on the coastal highway is Jiwani.
32. The circumference of the Earth is around 40,000 km.
33. The deepest point in the Pacific Ocean is the Mariana Trench.
34. Mount Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania.
35. The Suez Canal links the Red Sea with the Mediterranean Sea.
36. Khojak Pass is located between Quetta and Chaman.
37. The nearest part of the atmosphere to Earth is called the Troposphere.
38. The Colosseum, an amphitheatre, was built in Rome.
39. The special theory of relativity was proposed by Albert Einstein.
40. Isaac Newton gave the Laws of Motion and Laws of Gravitation.
41. “Composition of Alchemy” is written by Jabir bin Hayan.
42. The book ‘Al Qanun fi al Tib’ is written by Abu Ali Sina.
43. Chile has the longest shore along the Pacific Ocean.
44. The GDP growth rate in Pakistan is 2.5%.
45. Agriculture, the key sector in the Pakistan economy, accounts for 21% of GDP.
46. The Earth is more close to the Sun in January.
47. Access time is the time taken by a computer to locate and transfer data.
48. A device that encodes characters by the depression of keys is known as a Keyboard.
49. A mixture of two metals is called an Alloy.
50. The area inside a computer frame and auxiliary where data and instructions are stored is called Memory.
51. An extremely small piece of silicon on which integrated circuits are fabricated is called a Chip.
52. The time taken by light to reach the Earth is 8 minutes 15 seconds.
53. The shape of our Milky Way galaxy is Spiral.
54. The coldest planet of the solar system is Neptune.
55. BIMAN is an airline of Bangladesh.
56. The 38th parallel line is a boundary line between South and North Korea.
57. Oxygen by volume has a presence in the atmosphere of about 21%.
58. The brightest planet in the solar system is Venus.
59. The planet with the shortest daytime is Jupiter.
60. Insulin in the human body is produced in the Pancreas.
61. Dynamite was discovered by Alfred Nobel.
62. The Dead Sea is more than 400 meters below the Mediterranean.
63. The laws of heredity were discovered by Gregor Mendel.
64. Dr. Abdus Salam was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1979.
65. The longest river is located in Africa.
66. Mount Everest has been named after Col. George Everest, who was the Surveyor General of India.
67. Christopher Columbus, who discovered America, was Italian.
68. The annual average flow of water in the Indus River system is 110 MAF.
69. The single biggest hydel power generating site is situated in China.
70. The US Congress and Senate raised the debt limit of the US government by $500 billion.
71. IMF and World Bank are created through the Bretton Woods Agreement.
72. The Moorish Kingdom of Granada (Spain) surrendered to Christians in the year 1492.
73. Slobodan Milosevic was the President of Yugoslavia/Serbia indicated and tried by the War Criminal Tribunal.
74. Hussain Shaheed Suharwardy was not a member of the 1st Cabinet of Pakistan.
75. President of Syria Bashar Al Assad is by faith an Alavi.
76. US President Barack Obama’s father was Kenyan.
77. Blind Dolphins are found in the Ganges River.
78. The Captain of the Pakistan cricket team, which defeated England at the Oval in 1954, was Malik Feroz Khan Noon.
79. The 1st Olympic Gold Medal for Pakistan was in the Summer Olympic games of 1960.
80. When Ayub Khan took over power in 1958, the Prime Minister of Pakistan was Chaudhary Muhammad Ali.
81. The first international flight taken by PIA was taken on 1st February 1955.
82. The present Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission is Dr. Ishrat Hussain.
83. The present (2021) Secretary-General of the UN is from Portugal.
84. The cash balance of the company is more than the cash balance of US Apple.
85. After the conquest of Punjab, Britishers constituted a three-member Board of Administration for governing the Punjab. Robert Montgomery was not a member among the followings.
86. The father of modern Science Fiction is H.G. Wells.
87. The Office of District Magistrate was abolished through the Local Government Ordinance 2001.
88. Indian Railways started operation in 1853.
89. The first International Olympic Games were held in Greece in 1896 in the month of April.
90. The one who won the Grand Slam in tennis twice is Rod Laver.
91. Hanging Gardens of Babylon are located in modern-day Iraq.
92. The first satellite, Sputnik 1, was launched on 4th October 1957.
93. The celebrated scientist Isaac Newton was British.
94. Turnip is a root described as Napiform.
95. Penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming.
96. On 18th May 1974, India exploded its first nuclear device under the code name of Operation Smiling Buddha.
97. The poetry first written by Allama Iqbal in Persian and then translated into Urdu on popular demand is “Armaghan-e-Hijaz.”
98. The book ‘Indian Musalmans’ published in 1871 was written by William Wilson Hunter.
99. The Indian Rebellion of 1857 (War of Independence) began on 10th May from the town of Meerut.
100. Thirteen Sahaba were martyred in the Battle of Badar.

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