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Question 1: Their origin can be traced to the split in 1967 of the ________, leading to formation of Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist).
All India Forward BlocCommunist Party of India (Marxist)Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)

Question 2: In August 2008, Kabeer Kaushik's Chamku, starring Bobby Deol and Priyanka Chopra, explored the story of a boy who is ________ to take arms against the state.
AngerMind controlPropagandaBullying

Question 3: Naxalites took over ________ and used the machine shop facilities to make pipe guns to attack the police.
Indian Statistical InstitutePresidency College, KolkataJadavpur UniversityScottish Church College, Calcutta

Question 4: [1] They lead the ________.
Silda camp attackRed corridorNaxalite-Maoist insurgencyIndia

Question 5: MCC later fused with People's War Group to form ________.
Communist Party of India (Maoist)NaxaliteLashkar-e-TaibaCommunist Party of India (Marxist)

Question 6: The Naxalites gained a strong presence amongst the radical sections of the students movement in ________.
BangaloreMumbaiDelhiKolkata

Question 7: ________ in the guise of farmers retaliated by attacking the local landlords and escalated the violence.
MaoismMao ZedongMarxismRevolutionary Internationalist Movement

Question 8: Initially the movement had its centre in ________.
West BengalIndiaKolkataHimachal Pradesh

Question 9: Naxalite or Naksalvadis (name from the village of Naxalbari in the Indian state of West Bengal where the movement originated), are a group of far-left radical communists, supportive of ________ political sentiment and ideology.
MaoismRevolutionary Internationalist MovementMarxismMao Zedong

Question 10: [6] Majumdar greatly admired ________, and advocated that Indian peasants and lower classes follow in his footsteps and overthrow the government and upper classes whom he held responsible for their plight.
Deng XiaopingZhou EnlaiChiang Kai-shekMao Zedong
















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