Quiz 134 : Geography
1.The capitals of Libya, Ghana & Kenya are respectively_________?
(A)Lagos, Nairobi & Accra
(B)Lagos, Nairobi & Oslo
(C)Tripoli, Accra & Nairobi
2.Which among the following types of clouds are associated with structure resembling the piles of “Cauliflower”?
3.Which among the following country is often called as crossroads of Central Asia?
4.Ngultrum is a currency of which of the following counties?
5.What is the distance between consecutive longitudes at poles?
6.During which of the following events the distance and earth is maximum?
7.What is distance covered by Earth during its revolution around Sun?
(A)18.5 km / sec
(B)29.7 km / sec
(C)31.5 km/ sec
8.the cultivation of which among the following is odd man out?
9.What is the distance of the Earth’s annual circuit around the Sun?
(A)896 million Kms
(B)966 million Kms
(C)1038 million Kms
10.3214 kms is a length in India _________?
(A)From North to South
(B)From East to West
11.Which among the following soil is rich in minerals?
12.Which among the following soils has formed by the weathering of ancient metamorphic and crystalline rocks and is rich in Iron content ?
13.What is the source of Brahamputra River?
(A)Mount Kailash in Tibet
(B)Mansarovar lake in Tibet
14.In the Deccan system of rivers in India which is the largest river system?
15.Sundarbans in India is a fine example of which kind of forests?
16.India has world’s largest reserves of _________?
17.Which among the following countries in South Asia is most densely populated?
18.What is India’s Rank in Milk Production?
19.Among Hyderabad. Bhopal , Lucknow and Bangalore which city is located most eastward?
20.Among Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala & Tamilnadu which two states share their boundaries with equal number of states?
(A)Andhra Pradesh & Kerala
(B)Kerala & Karnataka
(C)Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka