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Dera Ghazi Khan: Quiz


Question 1: It was founded by a Balouch ruler, nawab Haji Khan Mirrani, also called Mirani ________, in 1476; he named the town after his son Ghazi Khan Mirrani.
Baloch peopleAtaullah MengalBalochistan (Pakistan)Balochistan (region)

Question 2: The city was founded at the close of the 15th century and named after Nawab Ghazi Khan Mirrani, son of Nawab Haji Khan Mirrani, a Balochi chieftain, who had declared independence from the Langhi Dynasty Sultans of ________.
FaisalabadMultanPunjab (Pakistan)Sargodha

Question 3: Derajat eventually came into the possession of the British after the Sikh War in 1849 and was divided into two districts: Dera Ghazi Khan and ________.
Kulachi TehsilDera Ismail Khan TehsilDera Ismail KhanDera Ismail Khan District

Question 4: Other languages that are spoken include Urdu, Balochi, Punjabi, ________, and Sindhi.
Persian languageKurdish languagePashto languageTajik language

Question 5: settlements, ________ and Dera Fateh Khan, it gave its name to Derajat.
Kulachi TehsilDera Ismail Khan DistrictDera Ismail KhanDera Ismail Khan Tehsil

Question 6: Dera Ghazi Khan (Saraiki, Urdu: ڈیرہ غازی خان) is a city located in ________, Punjab, Pakistan.
Bahawalpur DistrictMianwali DistrictDera Ghazi Khan DistrictLahore

Question 7: The district is now connected by railroad with other parts of the country including Multan, Lahore, ________ and Quetta.
SindhKarachiBaba Bhit IslandDefence Housing Society Karachi

Question 8: After the partition of India, many of the city's Hindu residents settled in Derawal Nagar colony of ________, India.
New DelhiChandni ChowkMumbaiDelhi

Question 9: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
CopyrightIntellectual propertyCopyright infringementPublic domain

Question 10: It is considered that these companies, along with various other flour mills, companies in the ________, chemical, textile industries, as well as rice, sugar, and ghee mills, form the backbone of the Pakistan's economy.


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