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Question 1: This was claimed to be the biggest production of its kind in ________, involving real aircraft and explosions in an outdoor setting.
AsiaContinentSingaporeEurope

Question 2:
How many casualties were there in the Kargil War?
1,363 wounded
~900 killed
~900 deserted
13 missing

Question 3:
What was Kargil War a part of?
the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and Bangladesh Liberation War
Indo-Pakistani Wars and Bangladesh Liberation War
the Indo-Pakistani Wars

Question 4:
Where did Kargil War take place?
Nangang and Xinyi Districts, Taipei
Zhongzheng and Daan Districts, Taipei
Kargil district, Kashmir
Panjwaii district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan

Question 5: [13] After Pakistan's defeat in the ________, the two nations signed the Simla Agreement promising not to engage in armed conflict with respect to that boundary.
Bangladesh Liberation WarOperation JackpotEast Pakistan Air Operations, 1971Indo-Pakistani War of 1971

Question 6:
Who was a commander in the Kargil War?
Ved Prakash Malik
James D. Henry
Anders Bille
Lennart Torstenson

Question 7:
Which of the following was a combatant in the Kargil War?
Pakistan
Pakistan, Mujahideen,
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan
, Pakistan Air Force

Question 8: [122] And like previous unsuccessful infiltrations attempts, such as ________, which sparked the 1965 war, there was little coordination or information sharing among the branches of the Pakistan military.
Operation DwarkaOperation GibraltarTashkent DeclarationKargil War

Question 9: [45] Pakistan's ________ was done through unmanned aerial vehicles and AN/TPQ-36 Firefinder radars supplied by the US.
United States Marine Air-Ground Task Force ReconnaissanceUnited States Marine Corps Force ReconnaissanceSpecial reconnaissanceReconnaissance

Question 10: Pakistan was criticised by other countries for allowing its paramilitary forces and ________ to cross the Line of Control.
SyriaInsurgencyPhilippinesEgypt
















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