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South Asia: Quiz


Question 1: Other Indian religions and ________ are practiced by significant number of people.
ChristianityChristian denominationBaptistEcumenism

Question 2: The report mentioned that, although there has been a reduction in malnutrition due to the ________ in South Asia, there is concern that South Asia has "inadequate feeding and caring practices for young children".
FamineGreen RevolutionFood securityAgriculture

Question 3: The UN subregion of Southern Asia's northern boundary would be the ________, its western boundary would be made up of the Iraq-Iran border, Turkey-Iran border, Armenia-Iran border, and the Azerbaijan-Iran border.
HimalayasWestern GhatsDeccan PlateauHindu Kush

Question 4:
Which of the following languages is spoken in Pakistan?
Punjabi, Pashto, Sindhi,nSeraiki and Balochi

Question 5: The northern belt of ________ also is hot in summer, but cooler in winter.
Indo-Gangetic PlainIndus RiverIndiaThar Desert

Question 6:

Question 7:
What is the metropolitican population of Dhaka?

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  United Nations geoscheme for Asia:      North Asia      Central Asia      Southwest Asia      South Asia      East Asia      Southeast Asia
  UN Subregion of Southern Asia.
  Map of South Asia illustrating stability and historical permanency of the regional cultural frontiers and areas.
  The "Indian subcontinent" is a semantic term referring to the large, self-contained landmass which covers most of South Asia.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  UN Subregion of Southern Asia.
  The Skyline in Mumbai. Mumbai is the city with the highest GDP of any city in South or Central Asia.[78].
  United Nations geoscheme for Asia:      North Asia      Central Asia      Southwest Asia      South Asia      East Asia      Southeast Asia

Question 10: Inden argues that the usage of the term "South Asia" is getting more widespread since it clearly distinguishes the region from ________.
Central AsiaEast AsiaSoutheast AsiaFar East


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