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Question 1: [119] During the ________, South Korean businesses sought to increase access to the global markets, and began trade investments with India.
Philippines1997 Asian Financial CrisisBlack Monday (1987)Subprime mortgage crisis

Question 2: MONUC - ________
United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of CongoEnlargement of the United NationsUniversal Postal UnionFood and Agriculture Organization

Question 3: India has a peacekeeping force as part of the ________ (UNIFIL).
IsraelUnited Nations Interim Force in LebanonTurkey2006 Lebanon War

Question 4: Also of note, during World War 2 an Indian division known as the ________ was attached to the German Wermacht.
Indian National ArmyINA trialsIndische LegionRoyal Indian Navy Mutiny

Question 5: SAARC - ________
ASEAN14th SAARC summitShanghai Cooperation OrganisationSouth Asian Association for Regional Cooperation

Question 6: In 2003, India formally recognized Tibet as a part of China, and China recognized ________ as a formal part of India in 2004.
West BengalGangtokGoaSikkim

Question 7: Both countries are former British colonies, and remotely border ________ by means of a body of water.
Papua New GuineaSaudi ArabiaPakistanCyprus

Question 8: After the ________ in 2001, Indian intelligence agencies provided the U.S.
September 11 attacksUnited Airlines Flight 93Al-QaedaOsama bin Laden

Question 9: India's first recognition of Estonia came on 22 September 1921 when the former had just acquired membership in the ________.
League of NationsParis Peace Conference, 1919United Nations Trusteeship CouncilUnited Nations Day

Question 10: Countries considered India's closest include the Russian Federation,[58] Israel,[59] ________,[60]France, Nepal,[61] and Bhutan.
Non-Aligned MovementCentral Intelligence AgencyNATOAfghanistan

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