1. Article 11 of the 1973 Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan prohibits all forms of slavery, forced labor, and child labor.
2. Under the Factories Act, 1934, no adult employee, defined as a worker who has completed his or her 18th year of age, can be required or permitted to work in any establishment in excess of 8 hours a day and 48 hours a week.
3. The opposite of “Servile” is “Haughty.”
4. In the election of the President of the United States of America, the largest number of members of the ‘Electoral College’ are elected from the state of California.
5. The largest ethnic group by population without having a state of its own is the Kurdish.
6. The first President of the Palestinian Authority, Yasir Arafat, died on 11th November 2004.
7. Sunlight provides Vitamin D to the body.
8. The imaginary line of zero degrees longitude that passes through Greenwich is called the Meridian.
9. The famous book “East of Eden” is the work of John Steinbeck.
10. Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille fortress prison, symbolizing the revolutionary uprising in France.
11. “Sui generis” is a Latin term for Unique.
12. The Strait of Hormuz falls between Iran, Oman, and the UAE.
13. The currency of South Africa is the Rand.
14. According to ILO estimates, the number of working children in developing countries is 250 million.
15. The false statement is “The laws of the constitution are enforceable in the courts.” Constitutional conventions are not binding on anyone.
16. The false statement is “The executive function gives effect to and enforces the law.” The primary judicial function is to interpret and apply the law, resolve disputes, provide remedies, and determine punishments when the law is breached.
17. In torts, the principle “Restitutio ad integrum” means Restoration to the original condition.
18. “Southern Cross,” a constellation found in the southern region of the night sky, consists mainly of five stars.
19. Sylhet District, at the time of partition, was part of the province of Assam.
20. The opposite of “Euphonious” is “Strident.”
21. The Yangtze River does not pass through Mongolia, Thailand, or Taiwan.
22. The Incan Civilization flourished in South America.
23. The largest city by population in the Great Lakes region is Chicago.
24. An ordinary mobile phone communicates by using radio waves.
25. Stock indices at Tokyo are known by their popular name of Nikkei.
26. Annuity is a sum of money received on a regular basis as one of a series of fixed payments.
27. Hobson’s choice means giving no choice at all.
28. The phenomenon of ‘Arab Spring’ was sparked by the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouzizi, a fruit-seller in Tunisia.
29. The hurricane in October 2012, which caused widespread damage in the eastern seaboard states of the USA, is Hurricane Sandy.
30. A voucher may be a payment bill, wages sheet, or bank receipt.
31. Kyoto Protocol talks about pollution.
32. The Libyan king deposed by Colonel Gadhafi in 1969 was King Idris.
33. The quote “Where wealth accumulates; men decay” is attributed to Goldsmith.
34. Baikal Lake is situated in Russia.
35. “Laissez-Faire” means non-interference of the government in economic affairs.
36. The Arab League was formed in Cairo.
37. The agreement providing for territorial allocations as spheres of Western influence in the Middle East, in case of the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, is known as the Sykes-Picot Agreement.
38. The country with the highest GDP in the world is Qatar.
39. “Brazuca” is the official match ball of FIFA World Cup 2014.
40. Nelson Mandela remained in prison for 27 years.
41. When the stock market is going down, it is called Bearish.
42. Decibel is a unit used for the intensity of sound.
43. The element required for solar energy conversion is Silicon.
44. In human behaviour, a change prompted by information and experience refers to Learning.
45. The ethical approach that says ethical issues should be judged on the basis of some universal code is Deontological.
46. Literally, the word ethics stands for the study of morality.
47. The mental act, condition, or habit of placing trust or confidence in another is Belief.
48. The hottest planet is Venus.
49. A dangling pointer arises when you use the address of an object after its lifetime is over.
50. The American War of Independence occurred first in history.
51. The famous painting “Sunflower” was done by Van Gogh.
52. The economic crisis of the 1930s originated in the USA.
53. The headquarters of APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) is in Singapore.
54. The country included in the “Horn of Africa” is Somalia.
55. ASEAN was formed in 1967.
56. The country located in the “Levant” region is Syria.
57. The “Thomas Cup” is given in the game of Badminton.
58. The length of the “Great Wall of China” is 21,196 kms.
59. The “Father of French Revolution” is Rousseau.
60. “Divine Comedy” was written by Dante.
61. The scientist known as the father of astronomy is Copernicus.
62. In France, Bastille Day is celebrated on 14th July.
63. The “Swaythling Cup” is related to the game of Table Tennis.
64. Oxygen was discovered by Priestley in 1774.
65. In the history of the world, the Stone Age is also called the Palaeolithic period.
66. Pedagogy is the science of Teaching.
67. One Megabyte is equal to 1000000 bytes.
68. The national emblem of Canada is the Maple Leaf.
69. “Wheel” is a symbol of Prosperity.
70. The Parliament of Japan is called the Folketing.
71. The invention of the bicycle is credited to Karl von Drais.
72. The total area of Australia is 7,891,000 Sq. km.
73. Estonia is a Baltic State.
74. EQUINOX means day and night are equal.
75. The sea located in Central Asia is the Aral Sea.
76. Viticulture is the cultivation of grapes.
77. “Widow’s Tears” is the name of a Plant.
78. The Kalahari Desert is located in Botswana.
79. The author of the “New Deal” was President Roosevelt.
80. The currency of Portugal is the Euro.
81. The Parliament of Denmark is the Folketing.
82. The 1st Asian Secretary-General of the United Nations was Vijay Lakshmi Pandit.
83. The headquarters of EFTA is in Geneva.
84. “Bread for the World” Institute, which focuses on problems of poverty and hunger in the world, is based in Washington.
85. “ANSA” is the news agency of Italy.
86. “Aeroflot” is the airline of Russia.
87. ‘Tegel’ is the International airport of Germany.
88. ‘Broadway Street’ of the USA is famous for Shopping centres.
89. The new name of Leningrad is St. Petersburg.
90. The country called the ‘Cockpit of Europe’ is Belgium.
91. The city called the ‘land of seven hills’ is Rome.
92. The highest military award of Italy is the Medal for Valour.
93. Football World Cup 2010 was won by Spain.
94. In the human body, flat bones are found in the Skull.
95. If there were no atmosphere, the color of the sky would be Black.
96. ‘Contours’ are lines connecting places having Equal height.
97. The quote “Our sweetest songs are those that tell us of the saddest thoughts” is attributed to Shelley.
98. The famous character of “Dracula” was created by Bram Stoker.
99. White goods are Durable consumption goods.
100. America’s Cup is associated with Yachting.

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