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Thalassery: Quiz


Question 1: During the ________, the Mahé River was nicknamed the English Channel, because it separated British-ruled Tellicherry from French-ruled Mahé.
North BorneoBengal PresidencyBritish RajBritish Empire

Question 2: A. K. Gopalan, (A.K.G) ________, one time opposition leader in the Lok Sabha, was from Thalassery.
All India Forward BlocRevolutionary Socialist Party (India)Communist Party of India (Marxist)Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)

Question 3: He also played a pivotal role in the liberation of Mahe from ________'s rule.
British EmpireNew FranceFrench colonial empireAcadia

Question 4: In the year 2002, Tellicherry cricket ground celebrated its 200th birthday by hosting a match between the former cricketers of India and ________.
MaldivesMalaysiaPakistanSri Lanka

Question 5: Sree Narayana Guru Dev allowed Varadur to invite ________, as his representative and to convene meetings to ascertain the reaction of the people about the feasibility of a Temple for the community.
EzhavaKumaran AsanKeralaThiruvananthapuram

Question 6: One of the four rivers is the Mahé River (________ river).
KaraikalMahé, IndiaMahe districtYanam, India

Question 7: Thalassery, also known as Tellicherry, is a city on the Malabar Coast of Kerala, ________.
Lok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndia

Question 8: The Tellicherry Municipal Ground (see Thalassery Stadium) located close to the sea hosts the ________ cricket matches quite often.
Delhi cricket teamDuleep TrophyMumbai cricket teamRanji Trophy

Question 9: As of 2001 India ________[2], Tellicherry has a population of 99,386, making it the 8th largest city of Kerala in terms of population.

Question 10: By air: The nearest airport is at Kozhikode International Airport, ________, about 93 km south.
KeralaKozhikodeKozhikode districtNorth Malabar


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