Published On: Mon, Sep 3rd, 2012

GK QUESTIONS FOR THE DAY !!Septemper 03, 2012

QUESTIONS FOR THE DAY!

GK Question of the day :
Which of these metropolitan cities of India is nearest to the equator?
(a) Delhi
(b) Mumbai
(c) Chennai
(d) Calcutta

Improve your English now :
A person who speaks several languages is
(a) Philologist
(b) Pluralist
(c) Linguist
(d) Polygot
Check your Word Power :
Which among the following words is opposite in meaning to word “pious”?
(a) Religious
(b) Beautiful
(c) Ugly
(d) Impure

 

Current Affairs for the day :

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has made electronic filing of tax returns mandatory for income more than Rs ___ lakh.

(a) 10 lakhs
(b) 5 lakhs
(c) 7 lakhs
(d) 15 lakhs
The correct answers will be posted tomorrow, along with a new set of challenging questions! Meanwhile, post your answers as comments below!

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  1. Tapan says:

    1. C
    2. D
    3. D
    4. A

  2. SAURAV VERMA says:

    1.DELHI
    2.POLYGOT
    3.IMPURE
    4.10LAKH

  3. aashish says:

    a,c,d,b

  4. carma says:

    b,c,c,d.

  5. Narmdeshwar says:

    a,d,d,a……its polyglots not polygot

  6. Arun says:

    1. c
    2 b
    3 d
    4 a

  7. gokuldas says:

    ANSWERS

    1.D
    2.C
    3.D
    4.A

  8. arun kumar says:

    Which of these metropolitan cities of India is nearest to the equator

    C. Chennai

    A person who speaks several languages is

    (d) Polygot

    Which among the following words is opposite in meaning to word “pious”?

    (d) Impure

    The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has made electronic filing of tax returns mandatory for income more than Rs ___ lakh.

    (a) 10 lakhs

  9. Athang says:

    answer
    1.C
    2.C
    3.D
    4.A

  10. shivam tiwari says:

    answer
    1.
    2.c
    3.d
    4.a

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