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Question 1: [7] He was praised by Rajaji, a senior statesmen in the ________ of India at that time, for his gesture of retiering and handing over the trade to his sons.
Indian National CongressAbul Kalam AzadKerala Pradesh Congress CommitteeAll India Forward Bloc

Question 2: He laid foundation for road transport industry in the erstwhile ________ through the states first bus service.
Chennai EgmoreChennaiChennai CentralMadras Presidency

Question 3: He also started a factory for ________ retreading, besides two more concerns, the Madras Auto Service Ltd.
PolymerEnglandLatexNatural rubber

Question 4: [8] He died in the early hours of April 28, 1955 at his residence in ________ at the age of 78 and at that time was survived by his wife, four sons and three daughters.

Question 5: Sundaram Iyengar was born in Thirukkurungudi ,Tirunelveli District in the present day Tamil Nadu (then part of ________) in 1877.
ChennaiMadras PresidencyChennai CentralChennai Egmore

Question 6: Sundaram Iyengar later quit his jobs[2] and laid the foundation for the motor transport industry in South India when he first started a bus service in the city of ________ in the year 1912.
VelloreTamil NaduMaduraiChennai

Question 7: She was later honoured with a ________ released in her honour.
Postage stampStamp collectingMailAirmail stamp

Question 8: Sundaram Iyengar started his initial career as a lawyer, as per his father's wishes, then moved to work for the ________ and later in a bank.
Research Design and Standards OrganizationDuronto ExpressKolkata MetroIndian Railways

Question 9: [3] Sundaram Iyengar was honoured by the ________ by unveiling busts in bronze and in marble in the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu on August 7, 1956.
Supreme Court of IndiaAdministrative divisions of IndiaPresident of IndiaGovernment of India

Question 10: [5] TS Soundaram then involved herself in the ________ along with Gandhi.
Indian independence movementRevolutionary movement for Indian independenceIndian National ArmyAbul Kalam Azad


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