1. Shandur Pass connects Chitral with “Gilgit.”
2. Karakoram Highway between Pak & China was completed in “1978.”
3. Tomb of Khwaja Farid is in “Kot Mitthan.”
4. Nanga Parbat is the highest peak of “Himalayan.”
5. River Kabul joins Indus River near “Attock.”
6. The Chairman of the National Economic Council is “Prime Minister.”
7. The first Muslim Governor of Punjab was “Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar.”
8. Objectives Resolution was presented in the Constituent Assembly on “7th March 1949.”
9. The only vice-president of Pakistan was “Noorul Amin.”
10. The minimum age of a senator under the 1973 constitution is “30 years.”
11. The term of the office of Election Commissioner of Pakistan is “5 years.”
12. On the advice of Prime Minister and Chief Minister, President and Governor are bound to dissolve the assemblies within “48 hours.”
13. The only Muslim woman who attended the Round Table Conference (RTC) was “Begum Jahaanara Shahnawaz.”
14. The British sold Kashmir to Gulab Singh Dogra under the “Treaty of Amritsar.”
15. Abdul Salam, the first Nobel Prize recipient of Pakistan, got his Ph.D. degree from the University of Cambridge.
16. “Habba Khatoon” is a famous poetess of “Kashmiri.”
17. Renowned Urdu writer Mushtaq Ahmad Yusufi, by profession, was a “News Caster.”
18. “Lowari Pass” connects “Dir with Chitral.”
19. Dr. Ruth Pfau, the “Mother Theresa” of Pakistan, campaigned against “Leprosy.”
20. The United Nations General Assembly has declared the decade 2021-30 as the “Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.”
21. The most benefited sector of Pakistan because of GPS-plus (duty-free access to the European Union) is “Textile and garments.”
22. The title of “Ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity” was given to Quaid e Azam by “Allama Iqbal.”
23. Quaid e Azam resigned from the membership of the Imperial Legislative Council on account of the “Rowlett Act.”
24. “Wealth of Nations” was written by “Adam Smith.”
25. The Statue of Liberty was given to the USA by “France.”
26. The Watergate scandal is related to “Spying.”
27. Article 3 of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of UN relates to “Health.”
28. The Treaty of Versailles settled peace in “Europe.”
29. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was created after the “Bretton Wood Conference.”
30. China has a claim on part of the Indian province of “Arunachal Pradesh.”
31. The political term “Shadow Cabinet” stands for “A group of specialized critics in the official opposition party.”
32. “Deal of the century” presented by US President Donald Trump relates to the “Palestine issue.”
33. The Lengthiest written constitution in the world is the “Indian Constitution.”
34. The word ‘REX’ stands for “The King.”
35. Ho Chi Minh was the leader of “Vietnam.”
36. Continental Shelf limits of Pakistan are “350 Nautical Miles.”
37. The Soviet Union was replaced by the Russian Federation in “December 1991.”
38. The settlement of the border dispute and signing of the “Boundary Agreement” with China proved a milestone in the history of Sino-Pak relations. Which of the following diplomats rendered his services to finalize the agreement? “Z.A Bhutto.”
39. The Kyoto Protocol came into force in “2005.”
40. Pakistan installed its first nuclear power station in Karachi with the cooperation of “Canada.”
41. The Quran and Sunnah are declared the Supreme law of Pakistan under the Amendment “9th.”
42. “Kapas ka Phool” is written by “Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi.”
43. Hugo Chavez was the leader of “Venezuela.”
44. The Bolshevik Revolution took place in “1917.”
45. Jahangir Khan won “British Open” Squash Champion Ship for 10 times:
46. In 2018, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was sworn in for “Fourth time.”
47. The World Water day is celebrated every year on “March 22.”
48. The current president of India is “Ram Nath Kovind.”
49. Pakistan’s first ambassador to the US was “Abdul Hassan Asfahani.”
50. Jabir ibn Haiyan is famous for his work on “Chemistry.”
51. The Pakistani scientist who worked under Albert Einstein: “Muhammad Raziuddin Siddique.”
52. India represents what percent of South Asia’s population? “70%.”
53. Sui Gas was first discovered in Pakistan in “1952.”
54. Oceans cover how much of the Earth’s surface? “70%.”
55. The number of members in the Security Council is “15.”
56. SAPTA is a trade agreement by “SAARC Nations.”
57. The brightest planet in the solar system is “Venus.”
58. The total length of the coastline of Pakistan is “1046.”
59. Dome of the Rock is located in “Jerusalem.”
60. The number of countries that are members of SAARC is “8.”
61. The number of officially recognized languages by UNO is “6.”
62. The second-largest desert in the world is “Sahara.”
63. Which country borders with Syria? “Both A & B (Iraq and Turkey).”
64. Sindh was separated from Bombay in “1936.”
65. Vasco da Gama was a native of “Portugal.”
66. The largest earth-filled dam in the world is “Tarbela.”
67. The Arab Spring movement in the Middle East started from which country? “Tunis.”
68. Timbuktu is the famous city of “Mali.”
69. The Three Gorges Dam is located in “China.”
70. Approximately what fraction of the human genome encodes proteins? “2%.”
71. In plant cells, which reactions occur in the stroma of the chloroplasts? “Calvin cycle.”
72. Stimulus intensity is detected in the brain by “The number of action potentials per second.”
73. Cirrhosis is a disease that affects which organ among the following? “Liver.”
74. According to science, the Earth is “4.5 billion” years old.
75. ____ makes up 14 to 17 percent of the skeleton. “Phosphorus.”
76. The vitamin that controls browning in fruits by the help of enzymes is: “Vitamin C.”
77. The energy value of fats and oils is “9” times more than carbohydrates and proteins.
78. The milk needs pasteurization at “20” seconds.
79. A vitamin that is produced by the body and is not found in fruits and vegetables is: “Vitamin B12.”
80. Coniferous forests have low biodiversity compared to: “Tundra.”
81. Rocks that contain fossils are: “Sedimentary rocks.”
82. Depletion of the ozone layer is caused due to “Freons.”
83. Deforestation at a large scale can be observed at: “Amazon forest.”
84. Which of the following can be recycled many times? “Aluminum.”
85. Blank DVDs on which data can be erased and rewritten are identified as: “DVD + RW.”
86. Who gave the idea to combine the internet with the hypertext concept? “Tim Berners-Lee.”
87. The first Mechanical Calculating Machine was invented by: “Blaise Pascal.”
88. There are two different ways to insert content from one application into another i.e. embedding and “Importing.”
89. What is the name for a webpage address, select from the following? “URL.”
90. The function is a ____ that can calculate the values given in a specific order. “Predefined formula.”
91. The average age of A and B is 30 years, that of B and C is 32 years, and the average age of C and A is 34 years. The age of C is: “36 years.”
92. Complete the sequence: 6, 11, 27. . —- “17.”
93. In an examination, 1100 boys and 900 girls appeared, 50% of the boys and 40% of the girls passed. The fail percentage is: “54.5%.”
94. Consider the word: Segregation, choose the word given below that reveals the opposite meaning. “Integration.”
95. The square of standard deviation is called: “Variance.”
96. After the United States, the largest number of Nobel Laureates is from: “United Kingdom.”
97. Operation Zarb-e-Azb underwent in the former FATA. Azb was the name of: “War against enemies of humanity.”
98. The study of life in outer space is known as: “Exobiology.”
99. Which of the following studies the interactions among organisms and their environment? “Ecology.”
100. Wakhan Corridor is located to the ___ of Pakistan. “North.”

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