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Question 1: [40] The ________ wrote almost daily about the Salt March, including two front page articles on April 6 and April 7.
International Herald TribuneThe New York Times CompanyThe New York TimesThe Boston Globe

Question 2: According to The Statesman, the official government newspaper which usually played down the size of crowds at Gandhi's functions, 100,000 people crowded the road that separated Sabarmati from ________.

Question 3: In Peshawar, satyagraha was led by a Muslim Pashto disciple of Gandhi, ________, who had trained a 50,000 member army of nonviolent activists called Khudai Khidmatgar.
Khan Abdul Ghaffar KhanJawaharlal NehruAbul Kalam AzadSardar Vallabhbhai Patel

Question 4: Gandhi's 1930 march re-enacted (________)
BBC Cymru WalesBBC TelevisionBBC News (TV channel)BBC News

Question 5: An American academic writing for ________ reported that "60,000 persons gathered on the bank of the river to hear Gandhi's call to arms.
The New RepublicHarper's MagazineMother Jones (magazine)The Nation

Question 6: [10] (Literally in ________, purna, "complete," swa, "self," raj, "rule," thus "complete self-rule".) The declaration included the readiness to withhold taxes, and the statement:

Question 7: From there, he urged women followers in ________ (now Mumbai) to picket liquor shops and foreign cloth.
Navi MumbaiMumbaiSalsette IslandNariman Point

Question 8: It was the most significant organized challenge to British authority since the Non-cooperation movement of 1920-22, and the Purna Swaraj declaration of independence by the ________ on December 31, 1929.
Indian National CongressKerala Pradesh Congress CommitteeAll India Forward BlocAbul Kalam Azad

Question 9: At midnight on December 31, 1929, the ________ raised the tricolour flag of India on the banks of the Ravi at Lahore.
Kerala Pradesh Congress CommitteeAll India Forward BlocIndian National CongressAbul Kalam Azad

Question 10: The satyagraha against the salt tax continued for almost a year, ending with Gandhi's release from jail and negotiations with ________ Lord Irwin at the Second Round Table Conference.
PortugalAudienciaSpanish EmpireViceroy


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