General Knowledge - Basic General Knowledge

31. 

Georgia, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan became the members of UNO in

A. 1991
B. 1992
C. 1993
D. 1994

Answer: Option B

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32. 

Guru Gobind Singh was

A. the 10th Guru of the Sikhs
B. founder of Khalsa, the inner council of the Sikhs in 1699
C. author of Dasam Granth
D. All the above

Answer: Option D

Explanation:

Guru Gobind Singh (1666-1708). The 10th Guru of the Sikhs who founded the Khalsa the inner council of the Sikhs in 1699. He is said to be the author of Dasam Granth.

33. 

Hermann Scheer (Germany) received right Livelihood Award in 1999 for

A. his indefatigable work for thepromotion of solar energy worldwide
B. his long standing efforts to end the impunity of dictators
C. showing that organic agriculture is a key to both environmental sustainability and food security
D. None of the above

Answer: Option A

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34. 

Germany signed the Armistice Treaty on ____ and World War I ended

A. January 19, 1918
B. May 30, 1918
C. November 11, 1918
D. February 15, 1918

Answer: Option C

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35. 

During World War II, when did Germany attack France?

A. 1940
B. 1941
C. 1942
D. 1943

Answer: Option A

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36. 

Frederick Sanger is a twice recipient of the Nobel Prize for

A. Chemistry in 1958 and 1980
B. Physics in 1956 and 1972
C. Chemistry in 1954 and Peace in 1962
D. Physics in 1903 and Chemistry in 1911

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

Frederick Sanger

Born Aug. 13, 1918, Rendcombe, Gloucestershire, England.

English biochemist who was twice the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He was awarded the prize in 1958 for his determination of the structure of the insulin molecule. He shared the prize (with Paul Berg and Walter Gilbert) in 1980 for his determination of base sequences in nucleic acids. Sanger was only the fourth two-time recipient of the Nobel Prize.