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Q 1 · History
A focal point of all revolutionary activities in London was
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Q 2 · History
The first President of the Ghadar Party-founded in 1913 in USA-was
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Q 3 · History
Chandra Shekhar Azad was ______ of the Hinduatan Socialist Republican Army.
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Q 4 · History
The Tokyo Conference which passed a resolution to form an Indian National Army or Azad Hind Fauj was a conference of
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Q 5 · History
The English who twice served as President of the Indian National Congress was
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Q 6 · History
When the Congress Ministries were formed in the provinces
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Q 7 · History
In which of the following provinces the Congress Ministry was not formed in June 1937?
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Q 8 · History
August Offer 1940 was made by the Viceroy
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Q 9 · History
When the August Offer 1940 was offered to India the Prime Minister of England was
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Q 10 · History
Of the following who was a poet and political thinker?
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Q 11 · History
The word Pakistan was coined by
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Q 12 · History
The Muslim League passed a resolution demanding the partition of India in the ______ session held in 1940.
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Q 13 · History
The Regulating Act was passed in the year
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Q 14 · History
As per the Regulating Act, a Governor-General and four Councilors were appointed for
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Q 15 · History
The term of office fixed by Regulating Act for Governor General was
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Q 16 · History
As per the Regulating Act a Supreme Court was established in
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Q 17 · History
According to the provisions of the Regulating Act the Supreme Court in Bengal consisted of the Chief Justice and
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Q 18 · History
During the first Carnatic War, the French Governor-General of Pondicherry was
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Q 19 · Geography
Indian Standard Time relates to
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Q 20 · English
Cauvery water sharing is a dispute between
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Q 21 · Politics
The Governor of an Indian State is appointed by the
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Q 22 · History
Mohenjodaro is situated in the district of
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Q 23 · Science
The vitamin necessary for coagulation of blood is
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Q 24 · History
In the Carnatic, the English supported the claims of
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Q 25 · History
Shuja-ud-Daulah was the Nawab of
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Q 26 · History
Shuja-ud-Daulah wanted to acquire the territory of
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Q 27 · History
Rohelas were of ______ origin.
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Q 28 · History
The Rohelas helped the Afghan invaders in 1761 in the Battle of
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Q 29 · History
To face the Maratha Army the Rohelas chief entered into a pact with
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Q 30 · History
The 'Hero of Plassey' was
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Q 31 · History
The use of the mother tongue in India in the law Court was permitted by
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Q 32 · History
The Diwani Adalat was presided over by
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Q 33 · History
The first plans for an Indian railway system was made by
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Q 34 · History
In 1831 Bentinck signed a treaty with Ranjit Singh to protect the British territories from
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Q 35 · History
The Treaty of Bessein (1802) was signed between
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Q 36 · History
The Treaty between Ranjit Singh and the British was signed at
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Q 37 · History
The Sikhs were defeated by the English at ______ in 1856.
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Q 38 · History
The Treaty of Lahore was signed between the Sikhs and the British in India in the year
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Q 39 · History
The English established their first factory in Bengal in 1651 at ______.
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Q 40 · History
Of the following who transferred the capital from Murshidabad to Monghyr?
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Q 41 · History
Which of the following was not to be ceded by Mir Kasim to the Company as per the treaty signed between Mir Kasim and Calcutta Council?
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Q 42 · History
In the Battle of Buxar the English army was commanded by
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Q 43 · History
The Battle of Buxar was fought between the combined armies (of the Nawab of Awadh, the Mughal Emperor and Mir Kasim II) and the
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Q 44 · History
Who designated the administrative head of the district as Collector?
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Q 45 · History
Mahabandula was the great General of the
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Q 46 · History
Mahabandula was killed at _____.
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Q 47 · History
‘Confessions of Thug' was written by
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Q 48 · History
The Hindu College was started in 1817 at
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Q 49 · History
According to ______ the Mutiny was a popular rebellion.
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Q 50 · History
The Mutiny was brought to an end with the fall of ______ into the hands of the British in India.
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