Important GK Questions for UP Police Constable: 10th March 2020

UP Constable GK Questions
1. The famous king of the Kushan dynasty was? 
A. Kuvishka 
B. Kanishka I 
C. Pushya 
D. Kamarupa 
Answer : option B 
Solution : Kanishka 1, or the Kanishka great an emperor of the Kushan dynasty in the second century, is famous for his military, political ,and spiritual achievements. A descendant of Kujula kadphises and founder of the Kushan empire,Kanishka came to rule an empire in bactria  extending to pataliputra on the the the gangetic plain.

2. Which city is known as the Manchester of India? 
A. Coimbatore 
B. Ahemadabad 
C. Mumbai 
D. Kolkata 
Answer : option B 
Solution : Ahmedabad is called Manchester of India because of similarity the famous cotton textile centre of Manchester ,The Great Britain Manchester is industrially developed region in England and particularly famous for the Cotton Industry. 
3.  Which river is called Bengal’s sorrow? 
A. Yamuna 
B. Damadhar 
C. Narmada 
D. Tapti 
Answer : option B 
Solution : Damodar River was earlier  known as the river of sorrow as it  used to flood many areas of Bardhaman Hooghly howtha and  Medinipur districts. even now the flood sometimes affect the lower Damodhar Valley but the Havoc it weekend in earlier years is now a matter of history. 
4. The constitution of India was adopted by the? 
A. Governor General 
B. British Parliament  
C. Constituent Assembly  
D. Parliament of India 
Answer: option c 
Solution : the Republic is Governor in terms of constitution of India which was adopted by the constituent assembly on 26 November ,1949 and came into force on 26 January 1950. 
5. The cabinet mission to India was headed by? 
A. Stafford Cripps  
B. A.V Alexander  
C. Lord Pethick Lawerence 
D. Hugh Gaitskell 
Answer : option C 
Solution : formulated at the initiative of Clement Attlee the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom the mission had Lord Pethick lawrence the secretary of state for India sir stafford cripps ,president of the board of trade ,and A.V Alexander the first Lord of the admirality.