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Question 1: The historic building was also the venue for the watershed talks on the ________ in September 1944 between Jinnah and MK Gandhi.
Index of India-related articlesHistory of the Republic of IndiaPolitical integration of IndiaPartition of India

Question 2: During his visit to India, then Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf had suggested to the then Indian Prime Minister ________ that it should be given to Pakistan so that it could be turned into a consulate.
Manmohan SinghAtal Bihari VajpayeeBharatiya Janata PartyBharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha

Question 3: Designed by architect Claude Batley in the European-style architecture, the sea facing palatial bungalow was constructed using exquisite Italian marble and ________ woodwork.
WalnutJuglans regiaAppleJuglans nigra

Question 4: Recently Dina Wadia has been involved in litigation regarding Jinnah House claiming that Hindu Law is applicable to Jinnah as he was a ________ Shia7.
KhojaKarachiShia IslamPakistan

Question 5: The ________ is located on Mount Pleasant Road (now Bhausaheb Hirey Marg) in the upmarket Malabar Hill area of South Mumbai.
TorontoBungalowAtlantaUnited States

Question 6: Jinnah's daughter stakes new claim, Indrani Bagchi/TNN, The ________, Bombay; pg 1, 2005-05-24
The Times of IndiaRadio MirchiThe Economic TimesNavbharat Times

Question 7: In 1955, in a Cabinet speech he suggested it be gifted to the ________, but could not gain the sanction of the Cabinet.
Politics of PakistanForeign relations of PakistanGovernment of PakistanConstitution of Pakistan

Question 8: It was built in 1936 at a then exorbitant price of 2 lakh (200,000) rupees when Jinnah returned to Mumbai from ________ to take charge of the Muslim League.
WalesEnglandScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 9: Jinnah House was the residence of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan; in Mumbai, ________.
IndiaLok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned Movement


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