1. The current Secretary General of SAARC is “Amjad Hussain Sial.”
2. The first Governor General of the State Bank of Pakistan was “Zahid Hussain.”
3. Kurt Waldheim served two terms as the fifth Secretary-General of the United Nations.
4. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is comprised of “15 judges.”
5. The largest portion of the Kirthar Range in Pakistan resides in the province of “Balochistan.”
6. Balochistan was given the status of a province in Pakistan in the year “1970.”
7. The length of the Karakoram Highway is “810 miles.”
8. The penultimate Viceroy of British India was “Lord Wavell.”
9. The book “Jinnah Pakistan and Islamic Identity. The Search for Saladin” was written by “Akbar S. Ahmad.”
10. The construction of the Taj Mahal commenced in the year “1632.”
11. Earth’s atmosphere has “4 layers.”
12. The oceans contain “97%” of the Earth’s water.
13. The current President of Azad and Jammu Kashmir is “Masood Khan.”
14. Katas Raj Temples reside in the district of “Chakwal.”
15. Nawab Malik Amir Mohammad Khan, also known as Nawab of Kalabagh, was from “Mianwali.”
16. Attock Fort was built during the reign of “Akbar.”
17. A bit is also called a “Binary Digit.”
18. According to the World Bank, the growth rate of Pakistan in 2018 was “5.8%.”
19. Vitamin “E” contains traces of Selenium.
20. PROM chips are programmed by plugging them into a “PROM Programmer.”
21. IRSA (Indus River System Authority) was established for regulating and monitoring the distribution of water sources of Indus Rivers in the year “1992.”
22. Sindh Sagar Doab is the tract of land between the rivers “Indus and Jhelum.”
23. The current Chief of Air Staff is “Mujahid Anwar.”
24. International Mother Language Day is celebrated on “21 February.”
25. The capital of Kazakhstan is “Astana” (now Nur Sultan, changed in 2019).
26. SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) was established in the year “2001.”
27. According to a report by the IMF, Pakistan has been ranked “3rd” in the world among countries facing acute water shortage.
28. Amnesty International was founded in the year “1961.”
29. A mechanical stopwatch can measure a time interval up to a minimum of “0.1 seconds.”
30. Pakistan defeated India in ICC Champions Trophy on “18 June.”
31. The event of Supernova is defined by an “Exploding Star.”
32. Michael Jackson, the ‘King of Pop,’ died in the month of “June 2009.”
33. The Poet of Beauty is “John Keats.”
34. In mathematics, a solution that emerges from the process of solving a problem but is not a valid solution to the problem is called “Extraneous.”
35. The number of elements in the power set {1, 2, 3} is “8.”
36. An empty subset has “1” subset.
37. When a triangle has two congruent sides, it is called an “Isosceles triangle.”
38. The mean is equal to the sum of all the values in the data divided by the number of values in the data, and it is represented by “Mean.”
39. A “Histogram” is a representation of a frequency distribution by means of rectangles whose widths represent class intervals and whose areas are proportional to the corresponding frequencies.
40. The instrument suitable to measure the internal diameter of a test tube is a “Vernier Calipers.”
41. Crude oil is heated in the furnace up to “400°C.”
42. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum is involved in the synthesis and storage of “Lipids.”
43. The World Food Program, an organization of the United Nations, was created at the behest of “Dwight Eisenhower.”
44. The concept of social solidarity with an emphasis on unity, known as Asabiyya, was given by “Ibn Khaldun.”
45. Muhammad Ibn Zakaria Al-Razi was a polymath physician, alchemist, and philosopher from “Iran.”
46. Al-Qanun fi at-tibb, an encyclopaedia of medicine in five books, was written by “Avicenna.”
47. Galileo discovered the “Sunspots.”
48. The earthquake of 1935 hit the city of “Quetta.”
49. The Batura Glacier lies in “Pakistan.”
50. The Uch Gas Field is located in the province of “Balochistan.”
51. There are “48” countries in Asia.
52. The side of a square ground covered by a horse running around it twice is “1 km.”
53. Benjamin Franklin invented bifocal spectacles and the lightning rod.
54. The second-largest gas field in Pakistan, operated by OCGDL, is the “Qadirpur Gas Field.”
55. Mars has “Two” natural satellites.
56. Max Planck won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918 for the discovery of “Energy Quantum.”
57. A “Rain Gauge” is used to measure the amount of liquid precipitation (rain) over a set period of time.
58. A “Parsec” is a unit used to measure “Distance.”
59. A solar eclipse occurs when the “Moon comes between the Sun and Earth.”
60. A camera that uses a convex lens to form an image produces a “Real, Inverted, Diminished” image.
61. When NaHCO3 is heated, it produces “CO2.”
62. Stoma, found in the epidermis of leaves, closes when guard cells “Lose water.”
63. Iron and steel structures are damaged by “Sulphur dioxide.”
64. Inflammation of the liver is caused by “Hepatitis.”
65. The Paris Climate Agreement was adopted in the year “2015.”
66. The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), also known as the RIO Summit, was held in the year “1992.”
67. The speed of sound in air is approximately “1235 km/h.”
68. Enzymes are basically made up of “Proteins.”
69. The life span of red blood cells is “120 days.”
70. The percentage of water present in our brain is “73%.”
71. In order to make Nitrogen available to primary producers like plants, it is converted into “Ammonia.”

Parthenocarpy is the production of fruit which makes the fruit “Seedless.”
73. The World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is observed on “17 June.”
74. A normal CD-ROM usually can store up to “680 MB” of data.
75. Dengue is caused by the Aedes mosquito.
76. The tube that joins kidneys and bladder is the “Ureter.”
77. Edward Jenner successfully developed the world’s first vaccine in the year “1796.”
78. The pancreatic juice that aids digestion is secreted into the “Duodenum.”
79. Marconi transmitted the first radio signal through the air.
80. The high-tech exports of Pakistan stand at “None of above.”
81. The Prime Minister of Pakistan who secured Gwadar from Oman was “Feroz Khan Noon.”
82. Villi are small finger-like structures in the “Small intestine.”
83. Yeast is essential in the making of bread because it produces “Carbon dioxide.”
84. Kartarpur corridor links the Gurdwara “Darbar Sahib” to India.
85. The National Program for Family Planning and Primary Health in Pakistan was launched in the year “1994.”
86. After fertilization, a fruit develops from the “Ovary.”
87. The deficiency of Vitamin D causes “Rickets.”
88. The largest famine hit Ethiopia in the year “1983.”
89. The medians of a triangle cut each other in the ratio “2:1.”
90. The longest-serving chairman of the Senate was “Wasim Sajjad.”
91. The clotting of blood is caused by “Platelets.”
92. The process of chewing is called “Mastication.”
93. Bacteria die at a temperature of “120 F.”
94. The color of Oxyhaemoglobin is “Bright Red.”
95. Pepsinogen is converted into Pepsin in the presence of “HCI.”
96. The literacy rate in the Christian world is “100%,” compared to the literacy rate in the Muslim world, which is “None of these.”
97. Pakistan’s population is “2.8%” of the world’s population.
98. The circumference of the earth is around “40075 km.”
99. Indian Railway started operation in the year “1853.”
100. Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) is titled “Khalil Ullah.”

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