1. Father of former US Secretary of State, Madeline Albright, and author of “Danger in Kashmir” was Joseph Korbel.
2. Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamed, was by education a Medical doctor.
3. Epistemology is the study of Knowledge.
4. Leader of the 1958 coup in Iraq, leading to the proclamation of Iraq as a Republic was Abdul Karim Qasim.
5. Major Shabbir Sharif was awarded Nishan-e-Haider posthumously and the medal for bravery during his career was Hilal-e-Jurat.
6. Indian personality who served as the President of the UN General Assembly in 1953-54 was V.K Krishna Menon.
7. All member states of the UN are represented in the organ General Assembly.
8. “Ustad Allah Baksh” was a famous Classical singer of Pakistan.
9. Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, holds a Masters degree in Development Economics from Columbia University.
10. During his address to the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif proposed a new peace initiative with India, starting with the implementation of four measures, including Normalization of trade.
11. UNFCC (UN Framework Convention on Climate Change) was adopted during the Earth Summit at Rio de Janeiro (1992), and it came into force in March 1994.
12. Founder of De Beers Consolidated Mining Company, one of the biggest names in the diamond industry, was John Cecil Rhodes.
13. The first UN High Commissioner for Human Rights was Jose Ayala Lasso.
14. The Treaty of European Union (1992) is also known as the Maastricht Treaty.
15. King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud named the kingdom of Hejaz and Najd as Saudi Arabia in 1932.
16. Headquarter of the African Union (AU) is located in Addis Ababa.
17. Indian Nobel Prize winner associated with economics is Amartya Sen.
18. The Earth takes about 24 hours to complete one rotation around its axis.
19. When a gas turns into a liquid, the process is called Condensation.
20. Yeast used in making bread is a Fungus.
21. The disease Diphtheria affects the Throat.
22. The first Nobel Prize was awarded in 1901.
23. The Presidency of the United Nations Security Council rotates (in alphabetical order) among its members every one month.
24. UNESCO, which deals with Education, Science, and Culture, has its headquarters in Paris.
25. Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1992) deals with? Rights and ‘Status’ of Women.
26. Chairman of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) is Absar Alam.
27. Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy of Pakistan won an Oscar Award for best documentary film titled “Saving Face.”
28. “Chauburji” in Lahore is associated with the Mughal period and was reportedly built for princess Zebunissa, who was an accomplished daughter of Jahangir.
29. Necessary component for a stand-alone computer is LAN Card.
30. LED technology stands for Light Emitting Diode.
31. The odd one out among RAM, ROM, Cache, and Hard disk is Hard disk.
32. Code name given to the United States Navy SEALs operation leading to the elimination of Osama bin Laden was Neptune Spear.
33. Pedagogy is the science of Teaching.
34. “World Economic Forum,” which holds its annual sessions in Davos, Switzerland, was founded by Schwab Klaus.
35. Right to vote given to women in Switzerland in 1971.
36. Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in Italy.
37. U Thant, the first UN Secretary General from Asia, belonged to Burma.
38. Baglihar Dam in India is being constructed on the river Chenab.
39. One Hectare is equivalent to 2.47 Acres.
40. Liquids that evaporate quickly are known as Volatile.
41. When a ship travels from fresh water to a sea or ocean, it will Sink a little lower.
42. Good source of potassium among Beetroot, Banana, Sweet potatoes, and Spinach is Banana.
43. Chemical name of bleaching powder is Calcium Hypochlorite.
44. The country that expelled the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1970 is Jordan.
45. Actor who played the role of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was Christopher Lee.
46. Oscar Award-winning film “Slumdog Millionaire” is based on the book “Q and A” written by Vikas Swarup.
47. The real name of the famous Pakistani actor Santosh Kumar was Syed Musa Raza.
48. Greenhouse gas with the greatest warming effect is Carbon dioxide.
49. COP20 Climate Change Conference was held in Lima.
50. Species that is endemic to Pakistan is Gypsy Vultures.
51. The most illegally traded animal in the world is Pangolin.
52. Total number of persons in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Sajjad with seven daughters and one brother is 15.
53. If five cars are parked bumper to bumper, the number of bumpers touching each other is 8.
54. If Asif is sixth in the queue from either side, then the total number of people in the queue is 11.
55. Pakistan submitted its request for increasing the limits of its Continental Shelf to the United Nations in January 2012.
56. The provisions of the 21st Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan shall remain in force for a period of 2 years.
57. Current Foreign Minister of Pakistan is Sartaj Aziz.
58. Current Auditor General of Pakistan is Buland Akhtar Rana.
59. Reshma, the legendary folk singer of Pakistan, died of Cancer in Lahore in November 2013.
60. Famous TV drama “Waris” was written by Amjad Islam Amjad.
61. The fifth Heart of Asia: Istanbul Process Ministerial meeting was held in Islamabad on 8-9 December 2015, and the fourth Meeting was held in Beijing.
62. India’s Foreign Minister prior to Ms. Shushma Swaraj was S.M. Krishna.
63. The rank of former Foreign Minister, Gohar Ayub Khan, when he left the Army was Brigadier.
64. The American Ambassador who died along with President Zia-ul-Haq in a plane crash in 1988 was Arnold Raphael.
65. Leading politician Salahuddin Quader Chaudhry was hanged in Bangladesh, and his father Fazlul Qauder Chaudhry served as the Governor of East Pakistan.
66. Kamran Baradari is one of the oldest Mughal monuments in Lahore, and Kamran was the First Husband of Noorahan.
67. The youngest son of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was elevated as Mahrajah at a tender age of about 5 years, and his name was Duleep Singh.
68. Khudad Khan earned the Victoria Cross for bravery during the First World War in Belgium.
69. Deosai National Park is located in Gilgit-Baltistan.
70. G.T Road stands for Grand Trunk.
71. There are 9 administrative Divisions in Punjab.
72. The district of Punjab with the lowest population density is Rajanpur.
73. Chabahar Port is located in Iran.
74. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi was Chief Minister of Gujarat prior to his current position.
75. President of China Xi Jinping belongs to the Communist Party.
76. The head of Hamas is Khaled Meshaal.
77. China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) aims to connect Gwadar Port in Pakistan to China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang via a network of highways, railways, and pipelines.
78. Arfa Karim, the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), was from Faisalabad.
79. The first Chief Minister of Punjab after the creation of Pakistan was Iftikhar Hussain Mamdot.
80. The Hingol National Park is located in Balochistan.
81. The Thar Desert is primarily located in Sindh, with a smaller portion in Punjab.
82. The K2 mountain, the second-highest peak in the world, is located in the Karakoram Range.
83. Pakistan’s National Assembly consists of 342 members.
84. The Indus River originates from Tibet.
85. The Ravi River is one of the five rivers of the Punjab region in India and Pakistan.
86. The population of Pakistan is approximately 225 million.
87. The Khyber Pass connects Pakistan and Afghanistan.
88. Islamabad became the capital of Pakistan in 1963.
89. Pakistan won the Cricket World Cup in 1992.
90. The national flower of Pakistan is Jasmine.
91. The Pakistan Monument in Islamabad is a national symbol representing the four provinces.
92. The JF-17 Thunder is a multi-role fighter jet jointly developed by Pakistan and China.
93. Pakistan became a nuclear-armed state in 1998.
94. The Shah Faisal Mosque in Islamabad is the largest mosque in Pakistan.
95. The Lahore Fort and Shalimar Gardens are UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lahore.
96. The official currency of Pakistan is the Pakistani Rupee.
97. Pakistan gained independence from British rule on August 14, 1947.
98. The founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, is also known as Quaid-e-Azam.
99. The national anthem of Pakistan is written in Persian.
100 The Karakoram Highway is one of the highest paved international roads in the world.

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