Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin: Quiz

Question 1:
What is the population of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin?

Question 2:
What is the metropolitican population of Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin?

Question 3: The event that triggered this diaspora was the ________ passed by the British Parliament on August 1, 1834, which freed the slave labour force throughout the British colonies.
Slavery Abolition Act 1833Statutory Instrument (UK)United Kingdom legislationSlave Trade Act 1807

Question 4: A large number of the men who arrived before the 1940s were finally able to bring their families to the US; most of them settled in ________ and other west coast states.
San Jose, CaliforniaLos AngelesSacramento, CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 5: ________ from India started to settle after the government built the first mandir (Hindu temple).

Question 6: The majority of them came from the west coast of Indian state of ________ known as Karana (Muslim) and Banian (Hindu).

Question 7: Some of these pioneers entered the U.S or landed in Seattle and ________ as the ships that carried them from Asia often stopped at these ports.
San FranciscoSan Jose, CaliforniaOakland, CaliforniaLos Angeles

Question 8: After independence from Britain in the 1960s, the majority of Asians, as they were known, moved out or were forced out from these countries (in 1970's by ________ in Uganda).
Idi AminMuammar al-GaddafiThabo MbekiYoweri Museveni

Question 9: In 1923 the ________, in United States v. Bhagat Singh Thind, ruled that people from India (at the time, British India, e.g.
United States courts of appealsUnited States CongressUnited States ConstitutionSupreme Court of the United States

Question 10:
What region does Non-resident Indian and Person of Indian Origin belong to?
Carlton County
Largest ethnic group
South East England
Yorkshire and the Humber

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