History::General::

Q.1 In June 1967 Israel fought a war against Egypt, Jordan and Syria. How long did the war last?
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Q.2 This country first fought WWII along with Germany and Italy and attacked Russia and later was invaded and occupied by Nazi Germany. Later it became part of Warsaw pact country. In 1956 it saw a revolt against Soviet policies and Soviet Army had to crush this uprising. This event had an effect much later on Soviet Union to break up under Perestroika by Gorbachev. Name this country.
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Q.3 In WWII Japan invaded India at Kohima and Imphal and lost the battle. But one part of India was captured by them. Name it.
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Q.4 Which 1983 Nobel Peace Prize winner did not accept the prize himself but sent his wife fearing that he will not be allowed to enter back to his country?
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Q.5 The capital of Portugal was shifted from Lisbon fearing invasion from Napoleonic forces from 1808 to 1821. To which city was it shifted?
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History::Indian Freedom Fight::Literature

Q.6 Lala Hardayal was the student and he invited one particular professor at Lahore Govt College in 1904 to recite a particular poem which is formally known as Tarana-e-Hindi. The poet later migrated to Pakistan but the song is very popular in India.Which one?
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Q.7 He was one of the first writers to write a book on 1857 Indian war of Independence. The book was banned in entire British empire but the book was published in Netherlands, France and Germany by Madame Bhikaji Cama. The book was The History of the War of Indian Independence. Name the famous freedom fighter who authored it. His other work includes "Kale Pani" and the airport in Port Blair is named after him.
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Q.8 "Neel Darpan" was play written by Dinabandhu Mitra in 1859. The back drop of the play was a revolt by farmers who refused to grow something that the East India Compant forced them to. This revolt was unlike Sepoy Mutini non-violent and involved a bigger populace, one of the first passive resistance movement, and was more successful. The play was translated in English by Michael Madhusudan Dutta and published by Rev James Long. Name the crop that the farmers refused to sow.
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Q.9 He was the first Indian to write an English novel named "Rajmohan's Wife" and wrote many others later in Indian languages. One of his most famous one is based on the Bengal famine and unsuccessful Sanyasi Revolt of 1770. One particular poem from this is one of the most beloved songs in India and played a mjor part in Indian freedom movement, Name the Novel, the song and the author.
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Q.10 This song was written in 1911 and in 1919 Besant Theosophical College in a small town of Madanpalle in Andhra Pradesh adopted it as their prayer song due to the content of the lyrics praising God and other noble ideals. Which song are we talking about?
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History::WWII::Atomic Bomb

Q.11 The atomic bomb dropped on 6th August 1945 on Hiroshima was called "Little Boy" and dropped from a B-29 plane which was nicknamed "Enola Gay". The nickname was painted just before the flight took off. Who was Enola Gay?
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Q.12 The second bomb was dropped on 9th August 1945 on Nagasaki from another B-29 plane nicknamed "Bockscar" also sometimes called the plane that ended WW-II. What was the bomb nicknamed?
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Q.13 Fatman was originally not planned to be dropped on Nagasaki but on another city. But the plan was changed as there was haze on that city and target was not visible. Name it.
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Q.14 A plane nicknamed "Necessary Evil" followed Enola gay through out the operation. what was its job?
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Q.15 The four possible targets chosen were Hiroshima, Kokura, Nagasaki, and Niigata of which Nagasaki replaced the original city earmarked. Henry Stimson, the war secretary, had a special place for this city personally as he spent his honeymoon there and saved it from being the target. Which was that city?
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Q.16 Fat man on Nagasaki exploded on a sports arena. What was that?
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History::General::

Q.17 When George -I became king of England, he and the prime minister Robert Walpole talked to each other in Latin, why?
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Q.18 In which city the Japanese surrender was signed ending the WW-II?
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Q.19 What is common to the US presidents James Garfield, Abraham Lincoln, William McKinley and John F Kennedy?
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Q.20 At what age Pu-yi became emperor of China?
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Q.21 After his name there was a country and a scholarship that is still given. Name him.
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History::Indian History::General

Q.22 The two brothers Bukka and Hukka (Harihar) were roaming with theiguru Vidyaranya and saw a rabbit chasing a dog. They decided to do something at that particular place. What was that?
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Q.23 The first edition was held at Thenmadurai. second one at Kapatapuram and the third on at Madurai. What was it? And what was the outcome?
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Q.24 Who was the political guru of Mahatma Gandhi?
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Q.25 Mangal Pandey shot the first bullet of 1857 Indian war of freedom. Name the place where he did so.
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Q.26 When the victor asked this king, defeated and captured, how would he like to be treated, he answered, "As befits a king". Name both the kings.
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Q.27 What were the silver coins of Gupta period called?
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