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Question 1: His father ________ Rustam Ali Khan possessed the title of Ruken-ud-Daulah, Shamsher Jang and Nawab Bahadur, bestowed by the British government.
SahibPrincely stateKhan (title)Nawab

Question 2: He graduated in 1918 from the Muhammedan Anglo-Oriental College (later Aligarh Muslim University), ________, and married his cousin, Jehangira Begum, in 1918.

Question 3: In 1947, ________ was divided into the modern-day states of India and Pakistan.
British EmpireBritish RajNorth BorneoBengal Presidency

Question 4: After Jinnah's death, Khan assumed a more influential role in the government and passed the Objectives Resolution, a precursor to the ________.
Constitution of PakistanPolitics of PakistanForeign relations of PakistanParliament of Pakistan

Question 5: His wife, Begum Ra'ana, was a prominent ________ and an educator.
EconomistKeynesian economicsEconomicsFriedrich von Hayek

Question 6: During his tenure, Pakistan pursued close ties with the ________ and the United States.
CanadaWalesUnited KingdomEngland

Question 7: Amin has argued that the Soviets themselves could not settle convenient dates for a visit, and that, even during his visit to the United States, Liaquat had declared his intention to visit the ________.
East GermanyRussiaSoviet UnionJoseph Stalin

Question 8: Following the failure of the Round Table Conferences, ________ had settled in London and was practicing law before the Privy Council.
Pakistan MovementFatima JinnahLucknow PactMuhammad Ali Jinnah

Question 9: [12] By this point, the British government and the Indian National Congress had both accepted the idea of Pakistan and therefore on 14 August 1947, ________ came into existence.

Question 10: In 1945-46, mass elections were held in India and Khan won the Central Legislature election from the ________ Constituency in the United Provinces.
Ghaziabad, IndiaKanpurMeerutVaranasi


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