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    January 2020 Current Affairs Pakistan and World

    December 29, 2020

    January 2020 Current Affairs Pakistan and World

    January 2020 Current Affairs Pakistan and World whole month with detail is as under:

    Q.1: When Iran’s most powerful military commander, Gen Qasem Soleimani, was killed by a US airstrike in Iraq?

    Short Detail:

    • Killed in US airstrike on 3rdJan, 2020.
    • Heading Iran’s QudusElite Force which was a unit of Iran’s Revolutionarily Guard.
    • Killed at Baghdad Airport along with Iraq’s Militia Commander Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis.
    • After the death of QasimSulemani, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Khamenei appointed Brigadier EsmailQaa’nias commander of QudusForce.
    • Funeral prayer offered on 6thJan,2020
    • 3 days of mourning was announced countrywide.

    Q:2. How many spots did Pakistan drop on the Global Corruption Perceptions Index 2019?

    • Transparency International on Thursday 23rdJan, 2020 released Global Corruption Perceptions Index 2019.
    • Dropped 3 spots in 2019
    • In 2018, it was on 117 while in 2019 it is on 120
    • Pakistan ranked 120 out of 180 countries
    • Score in 2019: 32
    • Score in 2018: 33

    Q. 3: When Services Chiefs’ Tenure Amendment Bill,2020 was passed by the National Assembly of Pakistan?

    • Bill passed in National Assembly: on 7th January,
    • Passed by the senate: 8th Jan.
    • Amendments were made in the Army Act 1952, Pakistan Air Force Act 1953, and Pak Navy Act 1961.
    • Now called: The Pakistan Army (Amendment ) Bill, 2020, The Air Force (Amendment) Bill 2020 and Pakistan Navy (amendment ) bill 2020.
    • Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjarni chaired the session.
    • Defense Minster Pervez Khattaktabled the bill
    • As per amendments, the hiring of services’ chiefs and CJCSC would be PM’s prerogative.
    • PM decision, the Age limit fixed 64 in the case of reappointment and extension otherwise the officer will retire at the age of 60 years. Appointment can not be challenged in any court.
    • Supreme Court on 28th November 2019 allowed the extension to General Bajwafor 6 months and asked Govtto to determine the tenure or law within the period.

    Q.4: When did the new CEC (Chief Election Commissioner) of Pakistan take oath along with 2 members?

    Ans: 27th Jan, 2020

    Short Details:

    • He was appointed on 24th Jan while he took oath on 27th Jan, 2020.
    • Chief Justice of Pak Gulzar Ahmed administered oath to new CEC Jalal Sikander Sultan.
    • CEC was dysfunctional after the retirement of former CEC on 5th Dec, 2019.
    • Appointed for 5 years.
    • 2 Members of Election Commission i.eNisarDuranifrom Sindh and Shah M. Jatoifrom Balochistanalso took oath from New CEC

    Q.5: Who is the current DG ISPR of Pakistan (Director General Inter-Services Public Relations?

    • On 17th January, Major General Babar Iftikhar appointed as new DG ISPR.
    • He replaced Major General Asif Ghafoorwho was appointed on 15th December 2016.
    • Major G Asif Ghafoor appointed GOC (General Officer Commanding) Okara Division.
    • And MajGeneral AzharWaqasappointed DG MI

    Q: 6. Who is the current Sultan of Oman after the death of Sultan Qaboos?

    • Haitham bin Tariq Al Saeed 65 years sworn as new Sultan of Oman on Jan 11th, 2020.
    • previously served as minister of Heritage and Culture.
    • Sultan Qaboos died at the age of 79 on 10th January 2020 due to prolong disease of colon cancer.

    Q. 7: When Ukraine passenger Plane crashed in Iran?

    • Ukraine passenger plane crashed on 8th Jan.
    • Killing all 176 on board.
    • Boeing 737 from Tehran to Kiev.
    • Iran called it human error.
    • US officials said 2 missiles were launched.
    • Carried 82 passengers from Iran, 63 from Canada, 11 from Ukraine, 10 from Sweden, 4 from Afghanistan, and others.

    Q: 8. When Pakistan Successfully conducted surface to surface training launch Missile Ghaznavi?

    • Pakistan on 23rd Jan.
    • It is capable of delivering war heads up to a range of 290 KM.
    • It is surface to surface ballistic missile (SSBM).

    Q:9. Which port was inaugurated by PM Imarn Khan in Khyber Pakhtun khwaon 10th January, 2020?

    • Azakhel Dry Port was inaugurated in District Nowshera.
    • Competed at a cost of 510 million.
    • Expected to boosttrade and economic activities in KP.

    Q: 10. How many Law makers were suspended from their memberships over Non-Decleration of assets by the Election Commission of Pakistan?

    • On 16th January, 2020 ECP suspended memberships of 318 lawmakers.
    • Senate: 12
    • National Assembly: 70
    • Punjab Assembly:115
    • Sindh Assembly: 40
    • KP Assembly: 60
    • Baluchistan Assembly: 21

    Q:12. Which Pakistani Scientist was conferred China’s highest Scientific Award on 11th January 2020?

    • Chinese President Xi, Jinping conferred the highest scientific award (China International Science and Technology Cooperation Award.) for the year 2020 conferred to famous Pakistan Scientist Professor Dr Atta ur-Rehman.
    • Award given in the field of chemistry.

    Q.13. Name the Prime Minister of Qatar who has recently been appointed?

          Ans: Sheikh Khalid Bin Khalifa Thani.

    Q.14. When did National Assembly pass ZainabAlert, Recovery and Response Bill 2020?

    • National Assembly on Zainab’s Death anniversary passed this bill.
    • 8th January, 2020.
    • Bill Introduces response and recovery mechanism for missing children.
    • Minimum punishment 10 and maximum 14 years and 1 million fine.
    • Bill presented by Human RightsMinister Dr. shireen Mazari.
    • According to the bill, Police have to proceed the case within 2 hours, otherwise action against the official.

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    Top Ten Countries with highest Rape Crime

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    Top Ten Countries with Highest Rape Crime

    Rape is a particularly complex crime to analyze. In several parts of the world, it is very rarely reported. Women in some countries are much less likely to have their complaints recorded, due to the extreme social stigma cast on women who have been raped or subjected to violence or the fear of being disowned by their families. Rape and other sexual assault statistics are commonly available in advanced countries and are becoming more common. Large numbers of rapes go unreported throughout the world.

    Top Ten Countries with Highest Rape Crime

    Here, we‟ve presented the statistics for 10 renowned countries with maximum rape crimes. You would be amazed to see that the most developed countries like America, Canada, Sweden, and the United Kingdom are the most immersed in this crime. About 36% of women globally have experienced either physical or sexual intimate violence. In U.S. 83% of girls aged 12 to 16 have experienced some form of sexual harassment in public schools. In England, 1 out of 5 women (aged 16 to 59) experience some form of sexual violence. Following is a detailed list of countries with maximum rape crimes. RankCountry RankCountry:

    Top Ten Countries with highest Rape Crime
    Top Ten Countries with Highest Rape Crime.

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    1. The first persons to reach Mount Everest: Sherpa Tenzing, Edmund Hillary
    2. The first person to reach North Pole: Robert Peary
    3. The first person to reach the South Pole: Amundsen
    4. The first religion of the world: Hinduism
    5. The first country to print book: China
    6. The first country to issue paper currency: China
    7. The first country to commence a competitive examination in civil services: China
    8. The first President of the U.S.A: George Washington
    9. The first Prime Minister of Britain: Robert Walpole
    10. The first Governor-General of the United Nations: Trigveli (Norway)
    11. The first country to prepare a constitution: U.S.A
    12. The first Governor-General of Pakistan: Mohd. Ali Jinnah
    13. The first country to host NAM summit: Belgrade (Yugoslavia)
    14. The first European to attack India: Alexander, The Great
    15. The first European to reach China: Marco Polo

    16. The first person to fly aeroplane: Wright Brothers
    17. The first person to sail around the world: Magellan
    18. The first country to send a man to the moon: U.S.A
    19. The first country to launch Artificial satellite in the space: Russia
    20. The first country to host the modern Olympics: Greece
    21. First human in space: Yuri Gagarin (Russia)
    22. The first city on which the atom bomb was dropped: Hiroshima (Japan)
    23. The first person to land on the moon: Neil Armstrong followed by Edwin E. Aldrin                                                                                          
    24. The first shuttle to go in space: Columbia
    25. The first spacecraft to reach on Mars: Viking-I

    26. The first woman Prime Minister of England: Margaret Thatcher
    27. The first Muslim female Prime Minister of a country: Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan)
    28. The first woman to climb Mount Everest: Mrs. Junko Tabei (Japan)
    29. The first woman cosmonaut of the world: Valentina Tereshkova (Russia)
    30. The first woman President of the U.N. General Assembly: Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
    31. The first batsman to score three test century in three successive tests on debut: Muhammad Azharuddin
    32. The first man to have climbed Mount Everest twice: Nawang Gombu
    33. The first U.S. President to resign Presidency: Richard Nixon
    34. Chinese Traveller to India: Fahein
    35. Foreign Invader to India: Alexander the Great

    36. Person in Space: Yuri Gagarin
    37. The person on Moon: Neil Armstrong
    38. -The first woman to climb Mount Everest: JunkoTaibei
    39. The first European to visit China: Marco Polo
    40. Man to walk in Space: Alexei Leonov
    41. The first -woman Prime Minister of a country: Mrs. Srimavo Bhandarnaike
    42. The first woman President of a country: Maria Estela Peron
    43. The first -woman to Command a Space Mission Colonel: Eileen Collins (U.S.A.)
    44. First talkie movie in the world: “The jazzSinger” (1927).
    45. The first residents of International Space station: Bill Shepherd (USA), Yuri Gidzanko and SergeiKrikalev (Russia)
    46. The first blind man to scale Mt. Everest: Erik Weihenmayer (USA, May 25, 2001)
    47. The first Muslim woman to become the Secretary General of Amnesty International: lrine Zubeida Khan
    48. The first space astronaut to go into space seventimes till date: Jerry Ross (U.S.A.)
    49. The first South African to become the secondspace tourist: Mark Shuttleworth
    50. The first woman Prime Minister of South Korea: Ms. Chang Sang
    51. The first youngest grandmaster of the world inches: Sergey Karjakin (Ukraine)
    52. The first adventurer flying successfully across the English Channel without aircraft: Felix Baumgartner (July 2003)
    53. China‟s first man in space: Yang Liwei
    54. The first Muslim woman to receive Nobel Prize: Shirin Ebadi (Nobel Peace Prize 2003)
    55. The woman with the highest individual Test score making a new world record: Kiran Baloch (Pakistani cricketer, scoring 242 runs playing women‟s cricket test against WestIndies in Karachi in March, 2004)
    56. The first woman of the world to climb Mt.Everest four times: Lakpa Sherpa (Nepali)
    57. The first woman to cross seven important seas of the world by swimming: Bula Chaudhury (India)
    58. First Asian city to host Olympics: Tokyo, Japan (1964)
    59. First woman black tennis player to win a singlestitle at Wimbledon : A Gibson (1957)
    60. The first woman to win a Grand Slam: Maureen Catherine (1953)
    61. First woman to win an Olympic Gold Medal: Charlotte Cooper, UK, Tennis singles (1900)
    62. First professional woman bullfighter : Patricia Mccormick (1952)
    63. First man to fly solo non stop across the Atlantic: Charles Lindbergh (1927)
    64. First person to cross Antarctic Circle: James Cook (1773)
    65. First people to reach the North Pole: Lt Col. Joseph O. Fletcher and Lt. William P. Benedict (1952)
    66.  A First person to conquer the Everest twice: Nawang Gombu Sherpa(1965)
    67. First person with only one arm to climb the Everest: American Gary Guller (2003)
    68. The first woman to fly solo around the world: jerrie Fredritz Mock.(1964)
    69. First woman to fly solo across the English Channel: Hariiet Quimby
    70. First ascent of Everest without bottled oxygen: Peter Habeler (Austria) and Reinhold Messner, (Italy) (1978)
    71. The first woman to set foot on North Pole–Ann Bancroft, USA (1986) : Jointly developed by Sony and Philips (1978)
    72. First Atom Bomb : “Little Boy” dropped over Hiroshima by the US during the second world war (1945)
    73. First manned space vehicle : Vostok 1,USSR (1961)
    74. The first human to walk on the Moon : Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11(1969)
    75. The first human to walk in space : Alexei Arkhovich Leonov (1965)

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    KEPCO Plant Service and Engineering Karachi Jobs 2020 December KPS Assistant Managers, Shift Engineers & Others Latest

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    Here is the new jobs advertisement in KEPCO  Karachi. Korea Plant Service & Engineering Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) is recruiting suitable candidates. to fill  KEPCO Jobs/vacant positions in Karachi 2020. Latest Advertisement. In these, Today Jobs in Pakistan 2021, eligible Male/female candidates from across the country can apply. There are (Forty Sevens) 47 new jobs in 2020 in KEPCO Power, Pakistan which has been announced for Karachi Project (O&M).

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           Admin Team 

    • 01 Position for  Assistant Manager.
    • 01 Position for  HR / IR Officer.
    • 01 Position for  Admin Officer.
    • 01 Position for  I.T. Executive.
    • 01 Position for  Accountant.

        Engineering Team 

    • 01 Position for  Assistant Manager.
    • 01 Position for  Planner.

    Operations (MCR) 

    • 01 Position for  Assistant Manager.
    • 02 Position for  Shift Engineer (SIC).
    • 02 Position for  Assistant Shift Engineer (Boiler).
    • 04 Positions for  Assistant Shift Engineer (TBN).
    • 04 Positions for  Assistant Shift Engineer (SBO).
    • 04 Posts of Assistant Shift Engineer (FGD).

    Operations (Aux CCR)

    • 01 Post for Assistant Manager.
    • 01 Position of Assistant Manager CHP.
    • 01 Post of Assistant Manager WT.
    • 02 Posts of Aux CCR (SIC).
    • 02 Posts of Assistant Shift Engineer (CCRO Aux).
    • 01 Posts of Assistant Shift Engineer (Local CHP).
    • 01 Posts of Assistant Shift Engineer (AHP/ESP).

    Maintenance-Teams 

    • 02 Posts of Mechanical Engineers.
    • 01 Posts of Boiler Inspector / Engineer.
    • 01 Posts of Assistant Manager Electrical.
    • 01 Posts of Electrical Engineer.
    • 01 Posts of Electrical Supervisor.
    • 01 Posts of I&C Engineer.
    • 01 Posts of I&C Supervisor.

    CHP/AHP/FGD (Coal Handling Plant /Ash Handling Plant/Fuel Gas Desulfurization)

    • 02 Posts of Mechanical Engineers.
    • 01 Posts of Electrical Assistant Manager.
    • 01 Posts of Electrical Engineer.
    • 01 Posts of  I&C Assistant Manager.
    • 01 Posts of  I&C Engineer.

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    Highest Longest Biggest Largest Deepest and Smallest of the World

    December 25, 2020

    Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World

    List of Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World.

    Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World

    • Largest Airport: King Abdul Khalid International Airport (Saudi Arabia)
    • Highest Airport: Lhasa Airport, Tibet
    • Tallest Animal: Giraffe
    • Largest Animal: Blue Bottom Whale
    • Largest Bay: Hudson Bay, Canada.
    • Fastest Bird: Swift
    • Largest Bird: Ostrich
    • Smallest Bird: Hummingbird
    • Longest Bridge: Huey P. Long Bridge (USA)
    • Tallest Building: Dubai Burj (Dubai)
    • Longest Canal: Baltic sea White Canal
    • Largest Cathedral: Cathedral Church of New York
    • Largest Cemetry: Ohlsdorf Cemetry (Hamburg, Germany)
    • Largest Church: Balisca of St. Peter in the Vatican City, Rome.

    Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World

    • Largest Continent: Asia
    • Smallest Continent: Australia
    • Largest Country (Area): Russia
    • Smallest Country (Area): Vatican City
    • Biggest Cinema House: Roxy, New York
    • Highest City: Wenchuan, China
    • Most Populous City: Tokyo
    • Longest Day: June 21
    • Shortest Day: December 22
    • Largest Delta: Sunderban (India)
    • Largest Desert: Sahara, North Africa
    • Biggest Dome: Gol Gumbaz (Bijapur), India
    • Largest Dams: Grand Coulee Dam, USA
    • Tallest Fountain: Fountain Hills, Arizona

    Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World

    • Largest Gulf: Gulf of Mexico
    • Largest Hotel: Excalibur Hotel (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)
    • Largest Island: Greenland
    • Largest Lake: Caspian Sea.
    • Deepest Lake: Baikal (Siberia)
    • Highest Lake: Titicaca (Bolivia)
    • Largest Library: United States Library of Congress, Washington
    • Highest Mountain Peak: Mount Everest (Nepal)
    • Highest Mountain Range: Himalayas, Asia.
    • Largest Mountain Range: Andes (South America)
    • Biggest Museum: American Museum of Natural History (New York).
    • Largest Minaret: Sultan Hassan Mosque (Egypt)
    • Tallest Minaret: Qutub Minar, Delhi (India)
    • Biggest Oceans: Pacific Ocean
    • Deepest Oceans: Pacific Ocean
    • Biggest Palace: Vatican (Rome)
    • Largest Palace: Imperial Palace (China)
    • Largest Park: National Park of North-Eastern (Greenland)

    Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World

    • Largest Peninsula: Arabia
    • Highest Plateau: Pamir (Tibet)
    • Longest Platform: Kharagpur, W. Bengal (India)
    • Largest Platform: Grand Central Terminal, (Rly. Station), New York (USA)
    • Biggest Planet: Jupiter
    • Smallest Planet: Mercury
    • Brightest Planet: Venus
    • Coldest Planet: Neptune
    • Nearest Planet (to the Sun): Mercury
    • Farthest Planet (from the Sun): Neptune
    • Longest River: Nile, Africa
    • Longest River Dam: Hirakud Dam, India
    • Largest Sea: South China Sea

    Highest, Longest, Biggest, Largest, Deepest, Smallest of the World

    • Largest Stadium: Starhove Stadium, Prague (Czech Republic)
    • Brightest Star: Sirius A
    • Tallest Statue: Motherland (Russia)
    • Largest Sea-bird: Albatross
    • Biggest Telescope: Mt. Palomar (USA)
    • Longest Train: Flying Scotsman
    • Largest Temple: Angkorwat in Cambodia.
    • Oldest Theatre: Teatro Olimpico (Itlay)
    • Tallest Tower: C. N. Tower, Toronto (Canada)
    • Longest Wall: Great Wall of China
    • Highest Waterfall: Angel (Venezuela)
    • Widest Waterfall: Khone Falls (Laos)
    • Lowest Water Level: Dead Sea
    • Longest Epic: Mahabharata

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    SOME NOTABLE POINTS

    • First Ghazwa is Widdan or Abwa in 1 A.H
    • Last Ghazwa-Tabuk.
    • 624 Battle of Badr.2hij
    • 625 Battle of Uhad. 3hij
    • Ohad is 3 miles from Madina.
    • 50 archers were posted to protect the pass in Ohad mountain.

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    • 626 Battle of Rajih.4hij
    • 627 Battle of Khandaq (Ahzab) 5hij.
    • 628, Treaty of Hudaibiya, Hazrat Khalid bin Walid Accepted Islam, Conquest of Khyber.6hij
    • 629, Battle of Mutah, Preaching of Islam to various kings.7hij
    • 630, Battle of Hunain, Conquest of Makkah.8hij
    • 631, Battle of Tabuk. 9hij
    • 632, Hajjat-ul-Wida.10hij
    • 680, Tragedy of Karballah.61hij
    • Badr is a village.
    • Battle of Uhd was fought on 5th Shawal.
    • Battle Badar Ghazwa is named as Furqan.
    • Yom-ul Furaqn is called to Yom ul Badar.
    • Fath Mobeen is called to Sulah Hudaibiah.
    • Battle of Bard was fought on 17th Ramzan.
    • Badr was fought for 3 times.
    • Martyr of Badr Muslims 14 Kufar 70
    • Number of soldiers in Badar, Muslim 313 Kufar 1000
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    • After Badr conquest, Prophet stayed for 3 days there.
    • In Uhad Quraish were laid by Abu Sufwan.
    • In Uhad number of Muslim soldiers 1000 kufar 3000.
    • Number of Muslim martyrs in the battle of Uhad 70
    • Ahzab means Allies. • Khyber was captured in 20days.
    •  The battle of Khandaq has also known the battle of Ahzab.

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    Islamic Studies MCQs

    1. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) belonged to __________ family.

    (A) Hashmi                                                                      (B) Quraishi

    (C) Makki                                                                         (D) Madni

    2. In the beginning Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) worked as a shepherd for_____

    (A) Banu Saad                                                                 (B) Banu Asad

    (C) Banu Ummayya                                                        (D) Banu Makhzoom

    3. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had __________ sons.

    (A) 1                                                                                    (B) 2

    (C) 3                                                                                    (D) 4

    4.  Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) had __________ daughters.

    (A) 1                                                                                    (B) 2

    (C) 3                                                                                   (D) 4

    5. In the “Sacrilegious wars”, when Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was 20 years of age, Quraish and their allies were lead by

    (A) Abu Jahal                                                                  (B) Abu Lahab

    (C) Umayah bin Khalaf                                                 (D) Harb bin Umayah

    6. To what Prophet the Zabur was revealed by Allah?

    (A) Prophet Ibraheem (A.S)                                         (B) Prophet Dawood (A.S)

    (C) Prophet Moosa (A.S)                                               (D) Prophet Essa (A.S)

    7. To what Prophet the Injeel was revealed by Allah?

    (A) Prophet Ibraheem (A.S)                                        (B) Prophet Dawood (A.S)

    (C) Prophet Moosa (A.S)                                              (D) Prophet Essa (A.S)

    8. What companion of Prophet (PBUH) was awarded with the title of “The sold of Allah”?

    (A) Abu Bakr Siddique (R.A)                                       (B) Umar Farooque (R.A)

    (C) Ali Al-Murtaza (R.A)                                              (D) Khalid bin Waleed (R.A)

    9.   What companion of Prophet (PBUH) was awarded with the title of “The lion of Allah”?

    (A) Umar Farooque (R.A)                                             (B) Ali Al-Murtaza (R.A)

    (C) Hamza bin Abdul Mattalib (R.A)                          (D) Khalid bin Waleed (R.A)

    10. What wasthe name of Imam Bukhari (R.A)?

    (A) Muhammad bin Ismaeel                                          (B) Muhammad Ismaeel

    (C) Muhammad Ibraheem                                             (D) Ismaeel bin Ibraheem

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    11.  Khateeb-ul-Ambia was the title of_________

    (A) Prophet Dawood (A.S)                                             (B) Prophet Nooh (A.S)

    (C) Prophet Yaqoob (A.S)                                              (D) Prophet Shoaib (A.S)

    12.  Namaz-e-Khasoof is offered at the time of____________

    (A) Lunar eclipse                                                              (B) Solar eclipse

    (C) earthquake                                                                  (D) heavy rain

    13. __________ takes out souls of life bearing creatures.

    (A) Jibrael (A.S)                                                                 (B) Mikael (A.S)

    (C) Israfeel (A.S)                                                                 (D) Izraeel (A.S)

    14. Name the Angel who was appointed to deliver messages to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) from Allah?

    (A) Jibrael (A.S)                                                                    (B) Mikael (A.S)

    (C) Israfeel (A.S)                                                                   (D) Izraeel (A.S)

    15. Cave Hira is in the _________ mountain.

    (A) As-Safa                                                                           (B) Sil

    (C) Uhud                                                                                (D) An-Noor

    16. The first Msjid (Mosque) on the surface of Earth is?

    (A) Masjid-ul-Haram                                                         (B) Masjid-e-Nabavi

    (C) Masjid-e-Aqsa                                                              (D) Quba Masjid

    17. Name the wife of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who was daughter of Umar Farooq (R.A)?

    (A) Aisha (R.A)                                                                    (B) Juwairyyah (R.A)

    (C) Hafsah(R.A)                                                                  (D) Maimoonah (R.A)

    18. What was the relation between Prophet Ismail (A.S) and Prophet Ishaq (A.S)?

    (A) Prophet Ismail (A.S) was father of Prophet Ishaq (A.S)

    (B) Prophet Ishaq (A.S) was father of Prophet Ismail (A.S)

    (C) Brothers                                                                            (D) Cousins

    19. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) lived in Madina for __________ years.

    (A) 8

    (B) 9

    (C) 10

    (D) 11

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    20. Al-Hudaibiyah Treaty was scribed by______________

    (A) Abu Bakr Siddique (R.A)

    (B) Umar Farooq (R.A)

    (C) Usman Ghani (R.A)

    (D) Ali Al-Murtaza (R.A)

    21. Hazrat Ali (R.A) was martyred in the __________ Hijrah.

    (A) 36

    (B) 38

    (C) 40

    (D) 42

    22. The heads of Zakat are________

    (A) 6

    (B) 7

    (C) 8

    (D) 9

    23. Which country is called the “Land of Prophets”?

    (A) Saudi Arabia

    (B) Iraq

    (C) Syria

    (D) Palestine

    24. There are _________ farz in wuzoo.

    (A) 3

    (B) 4

    (C) 5

    (D) 6

    25. “Saha Satta” are __________ books of Hadith.
    (A) 5
    (B) 6
    (C) 7
    (D) 8
    26. Eid Prayer is_______________
    (A) Wajib
    (B) Farz
    (C) Sunnat
    (D) Mustahib
    27. The book of Hadith, Al-Muwatta, was compiled by______________
    (A) Imam Abu Haneefa (R.A)
    (B) Imam Shafi (R.A)
    (C) Imam Ahmad bin Hambal (R.A)
    (D) Imam Malik (R.A)
    28. The book of Hadith, Kitaab-ul-Aathaar, was compiled by_____________
    (A) Imam Abu Haneefa (R.A)
    (B) Imam Shafi (R.A)
    (C) Imam Ahmad bin Hambal (R.A)
    (D) Imam Malik (R.A)
    29. In Hajj, touching the Black Stone, is called___________
    (A) Istilam
    (B) Sayee
    (C) Ramee
    (D) Tawaf
    30. The first migration of the Companions and relatives of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was to________
    (A) Makkah
    (B) Madina
    (C) Ethopia
    (D) Baghdad
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    IDEOLOGY

    What is Ideology Science of ideas, visionary speculations, manner of thinking, characteristic of a class or individual, ideas on the basis of some economic, social, or political theory or system is called Ideology. It contains those ideals, which a nation strives to accomplish in order to bring stability to its nationhood.”Ideology is a plan or program which is based upon philosophy”. (George Lewis).

    The ideology of Pakistan

    Pakistan is an Ideological state and the ideology of Pakistan is an Islamic ideology. Its basic principle being: “The only sovereigner is Allah”. Islam acted as a nation-building force before the establishment of Pakistan. The ideology of Pakistan basically means that Pakistan should be a state where the Muslims should have an opportunity to live according to the faith and creed based on Islamic principles. They should have all the resources at the disposal to enhance Islamic culture and civilization.

    Quaid-e-Azam once said:

    “Pakistan was created the day the first Indian national entered the field of Islam”.

    From the above statement, it is clear that the Ideology of Pakistan is an Islamic state.

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    Two Nation Concept

    The fundamental concept of Ideology is that Muslims should get a separate identity. They should have a separate state where they could live according to Islamic rules and principles, profess their religion freely and safeguard Islamic tradition.

    On one occasion Quaid-e-Azam said:

    “The Muslims demand Pakistan where they can rule in accordance with their own system of life, their cultural development, their traditions, and Islamic laws.”

    Thus, this fundamental concept of Ideology led to the concept of two nations in the Sub Continent and resulted in the formation of Pakistan.

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    How to focus when studying “preparation of tests or exams”

    How to focus when studying “preparation of tests or exams”. Following are the main points to follow during studying.

    1.  Set your study space

    The place your study should be away from distractions, such as TV, and in a quiet place where others in the family don‟t sit and talk or move around. Make sure the lighting is good and the table & chair are comfortable. Remove clutter (شور, پریشانی) a cluttered desk can make your mind cluttered too. So avoid having everything useless, all the books that you have ever used in school or college, etc on the table. Just keep those books ‟s you will need that day, according to what have you planned to study. Do not study in your bed because. It is for relaxing and sleeping and that‟s the message your brain gets you to sit and study on it.

    2.  Organize your study spot.

    Have everything you need to study with you. All books and stationery should be within your reach. If you get up to something you will lose focus.

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    3. Turn it off.

    Turn off electronic devices like computers, cell phones, etc. Only use your computer if you need it for your studies, otherwise, you will be tempted to stray and start browsing. Even if it is for a few minutes, it will shift your focus away. Did you know that there are self-restraint, self-control, and think that can keep you away from the websites and software that are difficult to resist? If you can block Facebook, at least for a few hours not for days.

    4. Clarify objectives

    Know how much syllabus have to cover and in how much time, Go throughout the exam syllabus and truthfully decide which subjects need more attention, maybe because of the lengthy course or because it is difficult and requires a lot of learning. Then set objectives that should be included how much time you will give to which subject, which topics you will do in which order and makes sure there is time for revision. Once you have set a clear goal, you will be in a better position to focus on it and attain it.

    5. Tackle the difficult part first

    Your power of concentration is higher at the beginning of your study session. Do the most critical and challenging topics and first then move on to the easier ones. If you do the easier tasks first, you will be thinking and stressing about the harder ones the whole time, reducing your productivity and ability to focus. Sometimes the least desirable part of an assignment may be time-consuming and it could drain/kill all your available time. So try to limit your time and self-supervised to move on to easier matters, if absolutely necessary.

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    6. Break it up.

    Study for say one hour then take a five minute break. This will help your brain recharge. But don‟t over-do the brake. The brake can mean anything moving around, having a little snack, or just closing your eyes and relaxing.

    7. Give in to temptation.

    You can your break in a useful way by giving in to the temptation that is really making you lose focus while studying. And by „temptation‟ I mean things like Facebook, messages, phoneetc. just get it out of your system so that you can relax and get back to studying without your mind wonderingif your friends messaged you or not.Let‟s be practical, social media and phone addition are really distracting and cannot be controlled in a day. So rather than wasting hours wondering about them while you should be focusing on learning check them out and kick out thoughts to concentrate on the next study session. Ultimately you‟ll be able to get more done. But this step should only be flowed when blocking yourself from these distractions.

    8. Follow your body clock.

    There are certain times of the day when all of us are super-charged and when we are low. It‟s due to our body clock that has its own way of working and different people have different peak energy times. Some people learn best early in the morning and can‟t keep their eyes late in the night. Listen to your body and study during that time.

    9. Sleep well

     You need to have enough sleep each day. No concentration tips and tricks are going to work on a tired body and mind.

    10. Eat well.

    If you eat healthy, your mind will be healthy too. Fruits, vegetables and dairy products will keep your energy level up and make you fit for any task.

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    abase lower, humiliate. His refusal to abase himself in the eyes of his followers irritated the dictator, who wanted to humiliate the proud leader.

    abortive unsuccessful: fruitless. we had to abandon our abortive attempts to apprehend the culprit.

    abrogate abolish. The new government abrogated many laws made by the previous government.

    abscond depart secretly and hide. He absconded with the firm’s money.

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    absolve pardon (an offense). He was absolved of all the blames.

    accelerate move faster. The driver accelerated to pass the other car.

    accessory additional object; useful but not essential thing. Things like a bell, lamp are accessories of a bicycle.

    accord agreement. He was in complete accord with the decision.

    accrue Come about by addition. You must pay interest that has accrued on your debt as well as
    the principal sum.

    acidulous slightly sour; sharp, caustic. Rashid was unpopular because of his sarcastic and acidulous
    remarks.

    acknowledge recognize; admit. When pressed tor an answer, he acknowledged the existence of another motive for the crime

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    acquittal deliverance from a charge. His acquittal by the jury surprised those who had thought him guilty.

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    actuate motivate. I fail to understand what actuated you to reply to this letter so nastily.

    adamant hard; inflexible. He was adamant in his determination to punish the wrongdoer.

    Adapt alter; modify. Some species of animals have become extinct because they could not adapt to a changing environment.

    addiction compulsive, habitual need. His addiction to drugs caused his friends much grief.

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    adhere stick fast to. I will adhere to this opinion until proof that I am wrong is presented.

    admonish warn reprove. He admonished his listeners to change their wicked ways.

    admonition warning. After repeated rejections of its admonitions, the country was forced to issue an ultimatum

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