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Question 1: They were mostly members of the upwardly mobile and successful western-educated provincial elites, engaged in professions such as law, teaching, and ________.
JournalismMedia biasDefamationNew Journalism

Question 2: On 3 June 1947, Viscount Louis Mountbatten, the last British ________, announced the partitioning of the British Indian Empire into a secular India and a Muslim Pakistan.
British RajGovernor-General of New ZealandGovernor General of CanadaGovernor-General of India

Question 3: 1912 saw the Delhi-Lahore Conspiracy planned under Rash Behari Bose, an erstwhile ________ member, to assassinate the then Viceroy of India Charles Hardinge.
Manabendra Nath RoyAnushilan SamitiRevolutionary movement for Indian independenceJugantar

Question 4: The agitation unleashed by the acts culminated on 13 April 1919, in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre (also known as the Amritsar Massacre) in ________, Punjab.
ChandigarhAmritsarDelhiHyderabad, India

Question 5: Inspired by a suggestion made by A.O. Hume, a retired British civil servant, seventy-three Indian delegates met in Mumbai in 1885 and founded the ________.
All India Forward BlocIndian National CongressAbul Kalam AzadKerala Pradesh Congress Committee

Question 6: The conspiracy culminated in an attempt to Bomb the Viceregal procession on 23 December 1912, on the occasion of transferring the Imperial Capital from ________ to Delhi.
BangaloreKolkataHyderabad, IndiaMumbai

Question 7: Bahadur Shah was exiled to Rangoon, ________ where he died in 1862, finally bringing the Mughal dynasty to an end.
BurmaCambodiaVietnamSingapore

Question 8: The last stages of the freedom struggle from the 1920s saw the Congress adopt the policies of nonviolence led by ________.
C. RajagopalachariMohandas Karamchand GandhiAbul Kalam AzadJawaharlal Nehru

Question 9: It was during this battle that ________ was killed.
Central India Campaign (1858)Rani LakshmibaiMangal PandeyIndian independence movement

Question 10: The British, already alarmed by the advance of the Japanese army to the India–Burma border, responded the next day by imprisoning Gandhi at the Aga Khan Palace in ________.
Navi MumbaiPuneMumbaiNagpur
















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