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February 29 Quiz

February 29 Quiz Questions

1) Which of the following is not a leap year?
a) 1896
b) 1900
c) 1904
d) 1908

2) Which Indian Prime Minister was born on 29 February?
a) Jawaharlal Nehru
b) Lal Bahadur Shastri
c) Morarji Desai
d) Inder Kumar Gujral

3) Who took one day from February and added it to July?
a) Julius Caesar
b) Pompey
c) Sulla
d) Cato

4) Who took one day from February and added it to August?
a) Mark Antony
b) Augustus
c) Tiberius
d) Claudius

5) Which of the following is a leap year?
a) 1700
b) 1800
c) 2200
d) 2400

6) What, according to tradition, were women allowed to do on 29 February?
a) Swim
b) Propose marriage to men
c) Wear men’s clothes
d) Ride horse

7) Who is said to have complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait for very long for men to propose?
a) Queen Matilda
b) St. Bridget
c) St. Catherine
d) Empress Irene

8) Which country in 1288 passed a law that allowed women to propose marriage to men on 29 February?
a) England
b) Ireland
c) Scotland
d) Wales

9) How some people in USA refer to 29 February?
a) Labour Day
b) Children’s Day
c) Liberation Day
d) Sadie Hawkins Day

10) Who defeated whom on 29 February 1996 in Cricket World Cup?
a) India defeated Pakistan
b) Kenya defeated West Indies
c) England defeated Australia
d) Zimbabwe defeated S. Africa

February 29 Quiz Questions and Answers

Indian Prime Minister Morarji Desai in New Del...

Indian Prime Minister Morarji Desai in New Delhi, signing the “New Delhi” declaration during a visit by US president Jimmy Carter (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) Which of the following is not a leap year?
b) 1900

2) Which Indian Prime Minister was born on 29 February?
c) Morarji Desai

3) Who took one day from February and added it to July?
a) Julius Caesar

4) Who took one day from February and added it to August?
b) Augustus

5) Which of the following is a leap year?
d) 2400

6) What, according to tradition, were women allowed to do on 29 February?
b) Propose marriage to men

Julius Caesar, Summer garden, Saint-Petersburg

Julius Caesar, Summer garden, Saint-Petersburg (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7) Who is said to have complained to St. Patrick that women had to wait for very long for men to propose?
b) St. Bridget

8) Which country in 1288 passed a law that allowed women to propose marriage to men on 29 February?
c) Scotland

9) How some people in USA refer to 29 February?
d) Sadie Hawkins Day

10) Who defeated whom on 29 February 1996 in Cricket World Cup?
b) Kenya defeated West Indies

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Originally posted 2016-06-14 00:03:04.

Maldives Quiz

Maldives Quiz Questions

1. When did Maldives become independent?
a) 9 February 1964
b) 17 June 1976
c) 26 July 1965
d) 22 November 1978

2. Which ocean surrounds Maldives?
a) Atlantic
b) Pacific
c) Indian
d) Antarctic

3. Which is the capital of Maldives?
a) Addu
b) Male
c) Huvadhu
d) Ari

4. Which is the currency of Maldives?
a) Guilder
b) Rufiyaa
c) Quetzal
d) Krone

5. Which is the official language of Maldives?
a) Divehi
b) Malayalam
c) Sinhalese
d) Punjabi

6. When did Maldives become a British protectorate?
a) 1814
b) 1768
c) 1796
d) 1776

7. When did Maldives abolish the sultanate?
a) 1914
b) 1968
c) 1948
d) 1894

8. When did the last British troops leave Maldives?
a) 29 March 1976
b) 15 May 1962
c) 14 August 1965
d) 14 December 1972

9. Which Indian Prime Minister visited Maldives in 2002?
a) Inder Kumar Gujral
b) P. V. Narasimha Rao
c) Manmohan Singh
d) Atal Behari Vajpayee

10. Who was the president of Maldives in 2005?
a) Rafiq Tarar
b) Maumoon Abdul Gayoom
c) Ghulam Ishaq Khan
d) Nasrullah Khan

Maldives Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Maldives become independent?
c) 26 July 1965

2. Which ocean surrounds Maldives?
c) Indian

3. Which is the capital of Maldives?
b) Male

4. Which is the currency of Maldives?
b) Rufiyaa

5. Which is the official language of Maldives?
a) Divehi

6. When did Maldives become a British protectorate?
c) 1796

7. When did Maldives abolish the sultanate?
b) 1968

8. When did the last British troops leave Maldives?
a) 29 March 1976

9. Which Indian Prime Minister visited Maldives in 2002?
d) Atal Behari Vajpayee

10. Who was the president of Maldives in 2005?
b) Maumoon Abdul Gayoom

Originally posted 2016-07-26 21:54:09.

India Quiz

India Quiz Questions with Answers

 

1. What is the number of states in India?

2. Which is the first state to be formed on the basis of language?

3. When was Burma was separated from India?

4. When did India become a republic?

5. Which state was divided into Maharashtra and Gujarat in 1960?

6. Who was the Speaker of the Lok Sabha before he became the President of India?

7. What was the age of Morarji Desai when he became the Prime Minister?

8. How was Tamil Nadu known?

9. Which is the capital of Kerala?

10. Nagaland was separated from which state?

11. Which is the smallest state in terms of area?

12. Where is the tomb of Akbar?

13. Which is the national animal of India?

14. Which is the national flower of India?

15. Who founded Indian National Congress?

16. Which former Indian Prime Minister’s birthday is on December 25?

17. Which state was known as North East Frontier Agency?

18. Which state or union territory has French as an official language?

19. Which is the official language of Jammu and Kashmir?

20. Which state became part of India in 1975?

21. Which city was the summer capital of India during British Rule?

22. Who was the only Indian Governor General?

23. Which Prime Minister could not prove his majority in Lok Sabha in May 1996?

24. Which of the following religions did not originate in India?

25. When did Rabindranath Tagore die?

26. When was Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam President of India?

27. Who was man of the match in the final of Cricket World Cup 1983?

28. What is the CBI motto?

29. Which country came into existence after Indo-Pak War of 1971?

30. On which novel by Vikas Swarup is the film Slumdog Millionaire based?

Originally posted 2016-06-14 00:02:48.