1. The inventor of the Mouse was “Douglas Englebart.”
2. After the renowned battle of “Waterloo” in 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte was exiled to “Saint Helena.”
3. CT scan stands for “Computed Tomography.”
4. Normandy is in “France.”
5. Sir Laurence Olivier was an “Actor.”
6. “Kofi Annan,” a former Secretary General of U.N.O, belonged to “Ghana.”
7. The capital of Ghana is “Accra.”
8. The country of Ghana was formerly known by the name “Gold Coast.”
9. Congo is the new name of “Zaire.”
10. Black Pool is a “Town.”
11. Rakh Ghulaman Livestock farm is in “Bhakkar.”
12. The biggest freshwater lake in the world is “Lake Superior.”
13. The deepest lake in the world is “Lake Baikal.”
14. Ural Mountain is in “Russia.”
15. The 2nd largest oil producer in the world is the “USA.”
16. Bering Strait separates Russia from the “USA.”
17. Opium War was fought between China and the “British.”
18. The International Date Line passes through the “Bering Strait.”
19. The shortest day in Australia will be on “21 June.”
20. The nickname of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945 is “Little Boy.”
21. The Treaty of Sevres was signed in “1920.”
22. Mustafa Kamal Pasha abolished the Khilafat in “1924.”
23. “We the people of the United Nations” are the opening words of the “UN Charter.”
24. Koh-e-Judi is located in “Turkey.”
25. Koh-e-Toor is in “Sinai.”
26. The name of Ceylon changed to Sri Lanka in “1972.”
27. One yard is equal to “0.914 m.”
28. 1 BTU is equal to “1055” joules.
29. One gram of gold is equal to “1000 mg.”
30. Adam’s Peak is located in “Sri Lanka.”
31. One inch is equal to “2.54 cm.”
32. If 5X-15=50, then the value of X is “17.”
33. The oldest inhabited city in the world is “Damascus.”
34. The cultural center of Gandhara Civilization was situated at present day in “Pakistan.”
35. The oldest monarchy is in “Japan.”
36. The Father of Homeopathy is “Samuel Hahnemann.”
37. The book ‘Wealth of Nations’ was written by “Adam Smith.”
38. Communist Manifesto was originally published in the language “German.”
39. The famous incident of Boston Tea Party took place in “1773.”
40. Ahmad Khan Kharal, a famous character of the War of Independence, belongs to “Gogera.”
41. Faiz Ahmad Faiz was imprisoned for his alleged involvement in the “Rawalpindi” conspiracy.
42. “Pride and Prejudice” was written by “Jane Austen.”
43. Cholera is caused by “Bacteria.”
44. Smallpox, Polio, and Mumps are caused by “Virus.”
45. Starch-digesting enzyme is “Amylase.”
46. Another name for Vitamin C is “Ascorbic Acid.”
47. Moderator in an atomic reactor is “Heavy Water.”
48. Guava is a rich source of “Vitamin C.”
49. “Conversations with Myself” was written by “Nelson Mandela.”
50. Diameter of Jupiter is “11” times Earth’s diameter.
51. The hottest planet in the Solar System is “Venus.”
52. Plato was the “Student” of Aristotle.
53. Quaid-e-Azam joined Muslim League in “1913.”
54. The Jallianwala massacre took place in “April 1919.”
55. “Jallianwala Bagh” is located in “Amritsar.”
56. The first Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to “Roentgen.”
57. The ancient wonder of the world is the “Lighthouse of Alexandria.”
58. Out of 200 candidates, if 70% passed, the number of candidates failed is “54.”
59. If X=28 and Y=5t, then (X+Y)+(X-Y) is “61.”
60. The inventor of the printing press was “Johannes Gutenberg.”
61. Euro is the currency of “Eurozone.”
62. If A completes a job in 20 minutes and B in 30 minutes, together they will take “12 minutes.”
63. The district of Balochistan that contains huge deposits of Copper is “Saindak.”
64. Kachura Lake is situated in “Baltistan.”
65. Patella is present in the “Knee.”
66. Working Boundary is a boundary between “Indian Held Kashmir and Pakistan.”
67. RAM in a computer stands for “Random Access Memory.”
68. URL is an abbreviation of “Uniform Resource Locator.”
69. Bill Gates’ wife, Melinda, is the CEO of Gates Foundation.
70. The length of Siachen Glacier is “47 miles.”
71. Persecution of Rohingiya Muslims is in the state of Myanmar called “Rakhine.”
72. Khad is the intelligence agency of “Afghanistan.”
73. The National Bird of Pakistan is the “Chakor.”
74. Aab-e-Hayat was written by “Muhammad Hussain Azad.”
75. The gas used in balloons for flying is “Helium.”
76. The longest bone in the human body is the “Femur.”
77. The ozone layer protects the earth from “Ultraviolet rays.”
78. The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup was hosted by “England and Wales.”
79. The first human to journey into space was “Yuri Gagarin.”
80. The currency of Japan is the “Yen.”
81. The most powerful hurricane to hit the Caribbean in September 2017 was “Maria.”
82. The neutron was discovered by “James Chadwick.”
83. During the process of photosynthesis, plants release “Oxygen.”
84. Hujjatullah-il-Baligha was written by “Shah Wali Ullah.”
85. Hemophilia is an example of a “Heredity disease.”
86. The shape of the Milky Way Galaxy is “Spiral.”
87. There were “85” members in the first Constituent Assembly.
88. The height of K.2 is “8611 meters.”
89. Before the partition of India in 1947, “562” princely states existed.
90. The biggest barrage of Pakistan is “Sukkur Barrage.”
91. If you have “Caries,” then you should consult a “Dentist.”
92. The average weight of the human heart is “300 gm.”
93. Sharm-el-Sheikh is the name of an “Egyptian Seaport.”
94. LNG stands for “Liquefied Natural Gas.”
95. The Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States by the people of “France.”
96. Habsha is the old name of “Ethiopia.”
97. Break bone fever is communicated by a mosquito; it is another name for “Dengue.”
98. Katas Raj Temple is in “Chakwal.”
99. Amnesia is related to “Loss of memory.”
100. The British Government announced the annulment of the Partition of Bengal in “1911.”

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