1- India first took part in Olympic games in the year 1920.
2- Vishwanathan Anand is the first Indian Chess player who has broken the world record by finishing the game in first twelve moves.
3- Zamorin was the local ruler whom Vasco Dagama met on his arrival at Calicut in May 1498.
4-The title of Victory was added to the office of the Governor General of India for the first time in 1858.
5-The first Rajeev Gandhi National Sadbhavana Award was given to Mother Teresha.
6-The Indian National Calendar is based on Saka Era.
7- Kalachakra ceremony is associated with Buddhism.
8-Angela Merkel is ranked the world’s most powerful women by Forbes for 2013.
9-Mohammed Morsi the ousted President belongs to Muslim Brotherhood Party.
10-The Teesta treaty has become the bone of contention between India and Bangladesh.
11-Liu Yang is China’s first woman Astronaut.
12-Veena is the most ancient musical instrument among Sitar, Sarod and Tabla.
13-Excise duty is an indirect tax where as Corporation tax, capital gain tax and Wealth tax are direct taxes.
14-The National Income is based on total value of goods and services.
15-During 2012, the estimated foreign tourists arrival in India is 66.48 lakhs.
16-Dr B R Ambedkar is known as the father of Indian Constitution.
17-Saga-220 is the fastest Indian Super computer recently developed by ISRO.
18-8000 Railway stations are approximately there on the Indian Railway Network.
19-The first women post office in the country has been established in March 2013.
20-The Aravallis has the oldest rock in India.
21-The 4th Buddhist council was held in Kashmir under the leadership of Kanishka.
22-The University of Nalanda was set up by Gupta ruler Kumara Gupta 1.
23-Stomata of a plant is responsible for transpiration.
24-Terracing,contour funding and contour ploughing methods are suitable for soil conservation in hilly region.
25-Biodiversity is richer in Trophical regions.
26-Bug has three pairs of legs.
27-Srisailam dam has been constructed across Krishna River,
28-Stalagmite is depositional landform.
29-Calcium and Phosphorous elements are responsible for weakening of bones.
30-Phosphorus is present in the green pigment of leaf.