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Question 1: Burmese seizures of Arakan's neighbouring states of ________ and Manipur and the assault on Shinmaphyu Isle, which was a British outpost in Bengal, were the instigating causes of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824 to 26).
IndiaWest BengalAssamTripura

Question 2: Small amounts of inferior-grade ________ are produced from primitive, shallow, hand-dug wells, but there is yet unexplored potential for petroleum and natural gas production.
PetroleumPetroleum industryEnergy developmentPeak oil

Question 3:
Educational opportunities in Myanmar are extremely limited outside the main cities of Yangon and ________.
Mandalay DivisionMandalayAmarapuraChanayethazan Township

Question 4: In general, the health care infrastructure outside of Yangon and ________ is extremely poor but is especially worse in remote areas like Rakhine State.
Chanayethazan TownshipMandalay DivisionAmarapuraMandalay

Question 5: Rakhine State (Burmese: ရခိုင်ပြည်နယ်; formerly Arakan) is a state of ________.

Question 6: The ________ (Arakanese) live in valleys, Rambye (Ramree) and Manaung (Cheduba) islands.
Mon peopleRakhine peopleKhamtiKaren people

Question 7: The British made ________ capital of Arakan, and retained the traditional divisions of the country into the districts of Akyab, Kyaukpyu and Sandoway (Ramree) with a district officer in charge of each.
KyauktawSittweRakhine StateMrauk U

Question 8: With independence and the formation of the Union of ________ in 1948, the three districts became Arakan Division, on equal footing with the majority Burmese administrative divisions.

Question 9: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Copyright infringementPublic domainCopyrightIntellectual property

Question 10: Under the Treaty of Yandabo (1826), Burma ceded Arakan and Tenasserim to ________.
Presidencies and provinces of British IndiaBritish RajBritish EmpireBengal Presidency

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