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1. Which is the largest metals trading centre ?
(C) New York
2. In which of the following countries long staple type of cotton is mainly grown ?
3. The part of Equatorial region which has well developed rubber plantations is
(A) Amazon basin
(D) Zaire basin
4. Which from the following is the busiest Oceanic trade route ?
(A) Cape route
(B) Malacca straits
(C) Panama canal
(D) Suez canal
5. Which is the shortest route from Moscow to San Francisco ?
(A) via Canada
(C) Over the South Pole
(D) Over the North Pole
6. Out of the following, which country is dependent on others for the raw material for its Iron Steel industry ?
7. Which one of the following countries is the largest producer of uranium in the world ?
(B) South Africa
8. The largest producer of gold in the world is
(D) South Africa
9. The busiest and the most important sea route of the world is
(A) North Pacific Sea Route
(B) North Atlantic Sea Route
(C) South Atlantic Sea Route
(D) Indian Ocean Route
10. Which of the following sets of countries are referred to as ‘The Golden Crescent’ the largest opium industry in the world?
(A) Myanmar, Laos and Thailand
(B) Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq
(C) Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran
(D) Myanmar, Malaysia and Thailand
11. The Eskimos live in
(A) Finland and Norway
(B) Norway and Siberia
(C) Siberia and Sweden
(D) Canada and Alaska
12. Maoris is the term used for the aboriginal people of
(B) New Zealand
(C) South America
13. Which of the following is the Third largest country in population after China and India ?
(B) United States of America
14. The term ‘Kraal’ is used for
(A) House of Masai herder
(B) Fenced villages of Masai herder
(C) Cattle shed of the Kikuyus
(D) Tent of the Kirghiz
15. The ‘Masai’ is a primitive tribe of
16. Kimono is a dress style of which Asian Country ?
17. Which one of the following tribes practices pastoral nomadism ?
18. Yellow complexion, Medium stature, Oblique eye with an epicanthic fold are the characterstic features of:
19. What do you mean by ‘Density of Population’?
(A) Ratio of people living below poverty line to total population
(B) Number of persons live per square kilometre
(C) Number of persons in a city
(D) Number of persons living per kilometre
20. The polar regions are sparsely populated because of
(A) lack of minerals
(B) unsuitable climatic conditions
(C) infertile land
(D) mountainous topography
21. Where is the Island of Man located ?
(A) Between Northern Ireland and England
(B) Between France and England
(C) Between Malaysia and Indonesia
(D) Between Cuba and Jamaica
22. Where are most of the earth’s active volcanoes concentrated ?
(B) Pacific Ocean
(D) South America
23. The Savannah finds its ideal conditions of growth in :
(A) mild and humid climate
(B) dry summer and wet winter climate
(C) hot humid climate with long dry season
(D) hot summer and cool winter climate
24. Where is Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, located?
25. Which of the following rivers flow in Germany?
26. What is the longest mountain range in the world above sea-level?
(A) Andes mountains
(D) Pyreness mountains
27. Where is Normandy beach located?
28. ‘Dykes’ are especially constructed in
(D) United Kingdom
29. Colorado in U.S.A. is famous for this landform _____
(A) Grand Canyon
(B) Grand Crators
(C) Great Valleys
(D) Great Basins
30. Where is “Ground Zero” ?
(B) New York
(C) Indira Point
31. Which of the following countries does not have a border with Afghanistan?
32. New Britain and New Ireland are parts of–
(D) Papua New Guinea
33. The countries separated by the Mac-Mahon Line are
(A) Afghanistan and Pakistan
(B) Bangladesh and India
(C) China and India
(D) Pakistan and India
34. Bosnia-Herzegovina formed the parts of
35. Name the sea whose boundaries touch three Continents.
(A) Mediterranean Sea
(B) Red Sea
(C) Caspian Sea
(D) Caribbean Sea
36. The two countries connected by a tunnel under the sea are
(A) England and France
(B) France and Denmark
(C) Australia and New Zealand
(D) Spain and Italy
37. Which of the following countries are connected by the Palk Strait?
(A) India and Sri Lanka
(B) North Korea and South Korea
(C) Pakistan and China
(D) Britain and France
38. Which countries are separated by the 49th parallel ?
(A) USA and Canada
(B) USA and Mexico
(C) France and Germany
(D) Russia and China
39. Which one of the following is not a line of demarcation between two countries?
(A) International Date Line
(B) MacMahon Line
(C) Radcliffe Line
(D) Durand Line
40. What is the new name of the old colony of Northern Rhodesia?
41. Which country is known as the “Cockpit of Europe” ?
42. The capital of the USA is situated on the bank of the river
43. Which of the following is also known as ‘Eternal City’ ?
44. What is called as the ‘Roof’ of the World ?
(A) Indira Point
(C) Pamir Knot
(D) Indira Col
45. The “Dark Continent” is
(B) South America
46. The capital of Tanzania is
47. The Trans-Siberian Railway (8960 km) connects _______ in the West to ______ in the East.
(A) Moscow, Tashkent
(B) St. Petersburg, Omsk
(C) Moscow, Irkutsk
(D) St. Petersburg, Vladivostok
48. Excluding the East European countries and Russia, the country with the largest area under forest, is
49. Which country is known as the ‘Land of Thousand Lakes’ ?
50. Which one of the following countries is known as the “Land of Thunderbolt?