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(1) Urdu Hindi Tanaza       1867

(2)Now or Never               1933

(3)Lahore Resulution      1940

(4)Khutba Illahabad                                           1930

(5)Quaide Azam Speech to officers             11 october 1947

(6)State Bank                                                         1st July 1948

(7)War of Freedom                                              1857

(8) Sindh Muslim League                                    1938

(9)Crips Mission                                                      1942

(10)Jinah Gandhi Dilogue                                     1944

(11) CR Formule                                                         1944

(12) Shimla Conference                                        1945

(13)General Election                                            1945-1946

(14)National Assembly Election                           1945 

(15)Muslim League                                                 30 seats

(16) Provincail Assemebly                                       1946

(17)428 seats in Provincail Assembly

(18) Member of Muslim league convention   19                 April 1946

(19) Kabina Mission Plan                                            1946

(20) Lard Mount Betin  March                                     1947

(21) War of Plasey                                                       1757

(22) War of Bikser                                                   1764

(23) Sultan Tipu Death                                             1799

(24)End of East India Company                                 1858

(25)Birth of Quiade Azam 25 dec                               1 976

(26)Start of Law Practic  1896

(27) Likhnao Packet   1916

(28) Roult Act 1919

(29) Tajavez dehli 1927

(30) 14 Nikat 1929

(31) Nehro Report 1928

(32) Youm-e- Nijat  22 December 1939

(33)Allama Iqbal Birth 9 November 1877

(34) Spirtual Father of Pakistan Allama Iqbal

(35)Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Birth 17 October 1817

(36)He began establishing schools, at Muradabad in 1858 and Ghazipur in 1863

(37) It was an organ of the Scientific Society started in 1866.

(38)Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College was founded in 1875

The first graduate of the MAO College was a Hindu student

Desret is palce where annual rain is less than 10 inch

MOA changed to university 1920

Scietific Society 1863 Ghazi pur

Muhammdan educational conference 1866

Indian natioanl congress 1885 A o Hume

Musliam Legue 1906

Bangal partition 1905

Shimal Wafad 1906

1st war 1914

Tahreeke Khilafat 1919

1              First Round Table Conference (November 1930 – January 1931)

2              Second Round Table Conference (September – December 1931)

2              Second Round Table Conference (September – December 1931)

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Smallest palnet pluto

  • Liaquat Ali khan was assassinated in Rawalpindi on 16th October, 1951. Was buried in Karachi near Quaid.

  • Liaquat ali Khan born in Kernal (East Punjab) on 1st Oct: 1895.

  • Who replaced Liaquat Ali Khan as Prime Minister? Khawajah Nazimuddin

  • Who replaced Nazimuddin as Governor General? Ghulam Muhammad

  • Jamilla was the first Muslim girl who hoisted Muslim League flag onteh Punjab Secreterat, Lahore (1946)

  • Rawalpindi became the temporary capital of Pak: in 1960.

  • First commissioner of Sindh Charles Napier.

  • Sindh assembly proclaimed Sindhi as official language of Sindh in 1972.

  • Baluchistan got status of province on 1st July, 1970.

  • Pak: bought Gawader (1958) & Jiwani from Oman.

  • Pak: came into being on 27 Ramzan, 1366 A.H Thursday.

  • Pak: standard time was adopted on Oct:1, 1951.

  • Population Census-1951, 61,72,81,98.

  • The only vice-president of Pak: Noorul Amin.

  • Father’s name of Quaid= Jinnah Poonja

  • Father’s name of Iqbal=Shaikh Noor Mohd:

  • 27 Oct: 1947 was observed “Black Day” as Indian forces landed in Azad Kashmir.

  • Sheikh Abdullah was called founder of National Conference.

  • Indian Forces occupied Kashmir the state of Jammu and Kashmir on October 27, 1947.

  • Distance of Kashmir from Pakistan is 250 miles.

  • Hari Singh was the maharaja of Kashmir in 1947.

  • % of Muslim population in Kashmir in 1947 was 78%.

  • UN commission members for India & Pak: were 3 (later 5) visited in July,1948.

  • Sir Owen Dixon was UN Representative for demilitarization of Kashmir.

  • National anthem of Pakistan was played for the first time on August 13, 1954.

  • Urdu made National Language in April 1954 it has 37 letters.

  • Birth place of Quaid Wazir Mension.

  • House of Quaid Mohata Palace.

  • Allama Iqbal’s tomb was built in 1951.

  • Liaquat Nehru Pact= April 1951.

  • 17th Oct: 1951 Liaquat shot dead in Rawalpindi by Syed Akbar.

  • Liaquat visited USA in 1951.

  • Pakistan issued it first coin on 3rd Jan: 1948.

  • Quaid inaugurated State Bank on 1st July’1948.

  • National Bank of Pakistan formed in 1948.

  • First postal stamp issued in 1948.

  • Karachi radio station inaugurated by Liaquat on 14th August’1948.

  • Pakistan recognized China in 1949.

  • In 1949 July, Pak: got Siachen under Karachi agreement.

  • Siachen is located in Baltistan.

  • Siachen is world’s 2nd highest glacier.

  • 22 points of Ulema put on 24th Jan: 1951 by 31 Ulema.

  • BBC started its first Urdu service on 13th April, 1949.

  • In 1950, Iftikhar Hussain Mamdot founded Jinnah Muslim League party.

  • PIA founded: 1954 started international service: 1955 to Jordan via Cairo.

  • Pakistan got status of Test cricket in 1952.

  • Sui gas founded in 1952.

  • First five year plan launched in1955.

  • National Anthem first broadcasted on radio: 13 August, 1954.

  • Pakistan signed CENTO (Baghdad Pact) on 23Sep: 1955.

  • West Pakistan declared “one unit” in 1955 by Mohd: Ali Bogra.

  • “One unit” repealed on 1st Jan: 1971.

  • First acting Governor General of Pak: was Major General Sikandar Mirza 17th August 1955 to 16th Oct: 1955.

  • President Iskandar Mirza visited Afghanistan in 1956.

  • One unit bill passed during the period of Chaudhry Mohd: Ali 14th oct: 1955 and cancelled on 25th March 1969 by Yahya .

  • During one unit first GG of west Pak: was Nawab Mushtaque Ahmed Gormani and first CM was Dr. Khan Sahib In 1956.

  • Pakistan became Islamic Republic on 23rd March, 1956.

  • 1956 constitution was presented in assembly in Feb 29, 1956.

  • Martial law was imposed in Lahore in 1953.

  • Ch: Rehmat Ali is buried in Cambridge (London)

  • Pakistan joined SEATO in Sep: 1954.

  • In Sept: 1958 Gawadar was bought by Khan of Kalat at 40 lacs pounds from Oman

  • 1st Martial Law= 7 Oct: 1958

  • 2nd Martial Law=26 March 1969

  • 3rd Martial Law=7 July 1977

  • Ayub became first elected president on 17 Feb: 1960.

  • Ayub transferred capital from Karachi to Islamabad on 1st August 1960.

  • Indus Basin Treaty signed under World Bank in Sep: 1960.

  • Pakistan made boundary agreement with Iran on 21st May 1960.

  • U2 incident happened in 1960.

  • Ayub khan appointed Ameer Muhammad Khan as Governor of West Pakistan.

  • Ayub visited US & Queen Elizbeth visited Pakistan in 1961.

  • Ayub

Khan visited USSR on 3rd April, 1965, US in 1961.

  • Television started on 26 Nov: 1964.

  • Zafarullah Khan served as president of UN General Assembly’s 7th session in 1962.

  • Boundary agreement with China was signed in 1963.

  • Agreement with Canada on first nuclear power station in Karachi was signed in 1965.

  • Z.A Bhutto served as F.M in Ayub Govt:

  • Convention League was formed by Ayub.

  • 1965 war started from 6 to 22 Sept: 1965.

  • Defense day is celebrated in Pakistan since 1966.

  • Major Aziz Bhatti was martyred in 1965 war.

  • Tashkent Pact was signed by Ayub Khan & Shastri on 3 Jan:, 1966 (USSR, Kosijin)

  • Fatima Jinnah died in 1967. She was born on 1st August, 1893.

  • Kashmir valley is b/w Big Hamalia and Little Hamlia.

  • Length of Indus from Hamalia to Arabian Sea is 1980 miles.

  • Ancient name of India was Arya Warat.1. who was the first President of the Constitution Assebmly?

(a) Liaquat Ali Khan

(b) Quaid-e-Azam

(c) Moulvi Tameez-ud-Din

(d) Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar

  1. after how many years did Pakistan get her first constitution?

(a) 5 years

(b) 7 years

(c) 9 years

(d) 11 years

  1. what document was firstly drafted to give pace to constitution making process?

(a) Representative Act

(b) Pakistan Act

(c) Independence Act

(d) Objective Resolution

  1. when the Constituent Assembly passed the Objective Resolution?

(a) 14th February 1949

(b) 12th March 1949

(c) 9th June 1949

(d) 15th August 1949

  1. when Mohammad Ali Bogra presented Bogra Formula in the assembly?

(a) January 1953

(b) April 1953

(c) September 1953

(d) October 1953

  1. who was Mohammad Ali Bogra?

(a) Prime Minister

(b) Foreign Minister

(c) Law Minister

(d) Parliament Minister

  1. what is the other name of Mohammad Ali Bogra Formula?

(a) New Law of Pakistan

(b) Pakistan Report

(c) Third Report

(d) Constitutional Formula

  1. when first constitution of Pakistan was enforced?

(a) 8th June 1956

(b) 23rd March 1956

(c) 14th August 1956

(d) 25th December 1956

  1. who was the Prime Minister of Pakistan during enforcement of first constitution?

(a) Mohammad Ali Bogra

(b) Khwaja Nazim Uddin

(c) Choudhry Mohammad Ali

(d) Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar

  1. what official name was given to Pakistan in 1956 constitution?

(a) United States of Pakistan

(b) Republic of Pakistan

(c) Islamic Pakistan

(d) Islamic Republic of Pakistan

  1. what age was prescribed for President in 1956 constitution?

(a) 40 years

(b) 45 years

(c) 50 years

(d) 55 years

  1. in respect of religion what term was set for President and Prime Minister in 1956 constitution?

(a) He may be a Muslim

(b) He must not be Hindu

(c) He must not be Christian

(d) He must be a Muslim( this condition applicable only on president. pm may be non-muslim

  1. what was the official language declared in 1956 constitution?

(a) Urdu

(b) Bengali

(c) Hindi

(d) Both a & b

  1. who abrogated 1956 constitution?

(a) Ayub Khan

(b) Tikka Khan

(c) Yahya Khan

(d) Iskander Mirza

  1. when the first constitution was abrogated and Martial Law was proclaimed?

(a) May 1958

(b) June 1958

(c) October 1958

(d) December 1958

  1. when Ayub Khan enforced new constitution in Pakistan?

(a) 9th January 1962

(b) 6th February 1962

(c) 13th March 1962

(d) 8th June 1962

  1. what was the official language declared in 1962 constitution?

(a) Urdu

(b) Bengali

(c) Hindi

(d) Both a & b

  1. which kind of system of Government was introduced by the 1962 constitution?

(a) Autonomous

(b) Presidential

(c) Bicameral

(d) Confederate

  1. when the constitution of 1962 was abrogated?

(a) 20th March 1969 (exact date is 25 march)

(b) 29th March 1969

(c) 4th April 1969

(d) 14th April 1969

  1. who abrogated 1962 constitution and became CMLA?

(a) Gen. Tikka Khan

(b) Gen. Ahsan Khan

(c) Gen. Mansoor Khan

(d) Gen Yahya Khan

  1. when Mr. Z.A. Bhutto launched a new constitution in the country?

(a) 11th August 1973

(b) 14th August 1973

(c) 17th August 1973

(d) 21st August 1973

  1. which kind of system of Government was introduced in 1973 constitution?

(a) Parliamentary

(b) Presidential

(c) Basic Democracy

(d) Autonomous

  1. who elects the President according to 1973 constitution?

(a) National Assembly

(b) Senate

(c) Both of them

(d) None of them

  1. according to 1973 constitution who elects Prime Minister?

(a) Senate

(b) National Assembly

(c) President

(d) Provincial Assemblies

  1. in which constitution Bicameral Legislature was provided for the first time?

(a) 1949

(b) 1956

(c) 1962

(d) 1973

  1. in constitution of 1973 what age is specified for a person to contest for the Election to National Assembly?

(a) 25 years

(b) 18 years

(c) 20 years

(d) 30 years

  1. in constitution 1973 what number of seats in Senate was set?

(a) 120 Seats

(b) 115 Seats

(c) 110 Seats

(d) 100 Seats

  1. according to 1973 constitution what is the term of the office of President?

(a) 6 years

(b) 5 years

(c) 4 years

(d) 3 years

  1. Article 58(2b) of constitution 1973 is about:

(a) Power of President to dismiss Army Chief

(b) Power of President to dissolve Provincial Assemblies

(c) Power of President to dissolve National Assembly

(d) Power of President to dissolve Senate

  1. How many articles were there in the constitution of 1956?

(a) 200 Articles

(b) 234 Articles

c 259

(d) 254 Articles

  1. what name was given to Pakistan in constitution of 1962?

(a) Islamic Republic of Pakistan

(b) Democratic Pakistan

(c) Republic of Pakistan

(d) United Pakistan

  1. how many articles were there in 1962 constitution?

(a) 225 Articles

(b) 250 Articles

(c) 275 Articles

(d) 290 Articles

  1. how many articles are there in 1973 constitution?

(a) 220 Articles

(b) 240 Articles

(c) 260 Articles

(d) 280 Articles

  1. in constitution 1973 who were declared none Muslims?

(a) Qadiyanis

(b) Hindus

(c) Christians

(d) Jews • Jinnah means Thiner. He was 5 feet, 11 ½ inches in height.

  • Quaid got education of law from Lincolin’s Inn.

  • “Quaid” used by Molvi Mazharul Haq in newspaper Al-Aman.

  • Wife of Quaid was Ratan Bai.

  • Quid’s father was Jinnah Poonja.

  • Jinnah Poonja was born in 1850 and married with Mithi Bai.

  • Poonja was grand father of Quaid.

  • Jinnah joined Congress in 1906& in 1913 ML in London.

  • Quaid born on 25th Dec: 1876 and died on 11 Sep: 1948.

  • Jinnah joined ML on the insistence of Mohd: Ali Johar and Syed Wazir Hassan.

  • Jinnah got admission in at Gokal Das Teg primary school Bombay at the age of 10 he studied for 5 ½ months.

  • Jinnah went to London and got law degree at the age of 18 form LINCONINN.

  • Sir Dinsha was the father of Ratna (the wife of Jinnah).

  • Ratna embrassed Islam on 18th April 1918 and married Jinnah on 19th April 1918. before that she was Parsi. She died on 20th Feb: 1929 and was buried in Aram Bagh Bombay.

  • Dinna, the daughter of Jinnah was born on 14th August, 19

19.

  • Dinna married a Parsi boy named Navel Wadya.

  • Jinnah left the lawyership after 23rd March, 1940 nd returned to India in April 1934.

  • Pakistan national movement was founded by Ch: Rahmat Ali.

  • Lilaquat Ali Khan Joined Muslim League in 1924.

  • Sindh separated from Bombay in 1935.

  • The system of Dyarchy (Two authorities) was in operation from 1921-1937. (chk it).

  • Dyarchy introduced in 1919 reforms and removed in 1935 Act.

  • Dyarchy was introduced as a constitutional reform by E.S. Montague and Lord Chelmsford.

  • Dyarchy divided India into 8 major provinces (excluding Burma.)

  • Jinnah-Rajendra Prasal formula came in 1935.

  • Provincial elections held in 1937.

  • Pirpur Report about congress ministries came in 1938.

  • Shareef report about Bihar came in 1939.

  • Muslims observed “Day of Deliverance” on 22nd Dec: 1939.

  • A committee under the chairmanship of Raja Mohd: Mehdi was appointed to inquire into congress ministries.

  • August Offer was offered by Viceroy Lord Llinthgow in 1940.

  • Cripps visited India in 1942.

  • Quit India movement started in1942.

  • Simla conference (June, 1945) was presented by Lord Wavel.

  • Wavel plan was made in 1945.

  • In 1945, Labour Party came to power.

  • In 1945 elections ML won 428 out of 492 seats.

  • In 1946, Quaid decided to join Interim govt in India.

  • In interim govt: ML got portfolis of Finance & Liaquat Ali was Finance Minister.

  • J.N.Mandal was the non-Muslim member who became a minister in interim govt: on ML behalf.

  • On the arrival of Simon Commission, ML was divided in to Mohd: Shafee & Quaid groups.

  • Unionist’s Ministry was in Punjab.

  • Fouinder of Unionist Party in Punjab was Sir Fazle Hussain.

  • Sir Siney Rollet was the president of Rollet Committee whose objective was to check Home Rule Movement.

  • Real name of Gandhi was Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi.

  • Burma separated from India in 1935 and was made independent in 1947.

  • Sindh asssembley passed the resoluation for the creation of Pak: firstly on June 26, 1947.

  • Lahore Resolution was presented in 27th Session of Muslim League at Monto Park (now Iqbal Park) on 23rd March, 1940 by Fazal-al-Qaq of Bengal. Quaid presided the session.

  • The book ‘last dominion’ was written by Carthill.

  • “Divide and Quit” is wtitten by Penderel Moon.

  • “Mission with Mountbatten” written by Campbell Johnson.

  • Liaquat Desai pact was concluded in 1946.

  • Cabinet mission announced its plan on 16th May, 1946.

  • Cabinet Mission consisted of 8 members.

  • ML accepted Cabinet Mission but Congress rejected it.

  • Muslim League observed direct action day on 16th August 1946.

  • On 18th July, 1947, British parliament passed Indian Independence Bill.

  • MP of England at the time of independence of Pak: was Lord Cunet Iteley.

  • Redcliffe Award announced on 15th August 1947.

  • On April, 1947, All India State’s Conference was held in Gawalior.

  • Inquilab Zindabad slogan was given by Mohammd Iqbal.• Who amongst the following were the first to invade India? Arabs

  • Real name of Mohd: bin Qasim was Amadudin Mohammad (Pillar of Deen).

  • Mohd: Bin Qasim was nephew and son-in-law of Hajjaj bin Yousuf the Governor of Iraq (Omayad Period). He came to Sindh with 12 thousand men.

  • Mohd: bin Qasim conquered Sindh during Ummayads.

  • Siskar was Waziir of Dahir.

  • Mohd: bin Qasim tortured to death in Iraq by Sulaiman.

  • The Abbasid governor Hisham came to Sindh in 757 A.D.

  • Shabudding Ghori was the founder of Islamic State in India.

  • Qutubudin Aibk was the founder of slave dynasty after Ghoris.

  • Ghiyasuddin Tughluq was the first sultan of Tughluq dynasty.

  • Aurangzeb reimposed ‘Jaziya’?

  • Ibn Batutah visited India in reign of Muhammad-bin Tughluq

  • Babur used artillery in warfare.

  • Emperor Shahjahan= Khurram Shihab-ud-din

  • Akbar prohibited the practice of Sati?

  • Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya’s Dargah is located at Delhi.

  • Baba Farid Gang Shakar was the first Punjabi poet.

  • Waris shah is called the ‘Shakespeare of Punjabi literature’.

  • Tomb named Khawaja Moin ud Din Chisti is in Ajmer.

  • Hazrat Bullay Shah was a famous Sufi poet of Punjabi language. His tomb is in the city of Kasur.

  • Thatta was the capital city of Sindh during Argons and Turkans

  • Mohd: bin Tughlaq introduced tokens currency firstly.

  • Akbar the Great was born in Umar Kot.

  • Shalamar Bagh was built by Shah Jahan (Shahabuddin Mohd: Shah Jahan) (also called Shahzada Khuram)

  • Jahan Ara begum was the daughter of Shah Jahan

  • Mehmood set out on Somnath on17 Oct: 1024 A.D.

  • 1st battle of Tarrin was fought b/w Mohd: Ghouri & Rajput (1191), Ghori was defeated. In 1192 A.D, the 2nd battle of Tarrin, Ghori wins.

  • Ahmed Shah Abdali was the King of Kabul.

  • Ahmed Shah Abdali defeated Marhatas in 1761.

  • Pan Islamism introduced by Jamaludding Afghani.

  • Nadir Shah of Iran invaded Delhi during the period of Mohd: Shah Rangila (The Moughal Emperor).

  • Original name of Tippu Sultan was Nawab Fateh Ali.

  • 4th May 1799 was the day of Shahadat of Tippu Sultan.

  • The original name of Sultan Siraj Doullah (the Nawab of Bengal) was Mirza Mohd:

  • Battle of Plassey was fought in 1757 b/w Clive and Siraj-ud-Daula which established British rule in Bengal.

  • Sindh was annexed by Birtish in 1847 and was separated from Bombay in 1935 vide India Act 1935.

  • First war of freedom was fought in 1757 b/w Siraju Doullah and Rober Clive.

  • Sh. Ahmed Sirhandi is known as Majaddid Alf Sani.

  • Sheikh Ahmad Sirhandi was born in 1564.

  • Mausm Khan, soldier of Titu Mir was sentenced to death.

  • Hajatullah al-Balaghah written by Shah Waliullah.

  • Shah waliullah born in 1703. Shah Waliullah died in 1763.

  • Shah Alam II was an ally of Mir Qasim in the Battle of Buxar.• Shabbir Ahmad Usmani was the first president of Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam.

  • My life……..A Fragment was written by Muhammad Ali Jauhar.

  • Yayha Khan became the Chief Martial Law Administrator on 25 March 1969.

  • The institution of the Federal Ombudsman was created in 13 January 1983.

  • The Lovely Moti Masjid is located at Agra.

  • Mahmud Ghaznavi is described as “the first pioneer and path-finder for Islam in this country” by Lane Poole.

  • Buland Darwaza commemorates Akbar’s conquest of Gujrat.

  • Behzad was a famous Persian painter.

  • The real names of Nawab Mohsin-ud-Mulk and Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk are Mehdi Ali Khan and Mushtaq Hussain respectively.

  • The “Zamindar” and “Comrade” newspapers were edited by Maulana Zafar Ali Khan and Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar respectively.

  • Liaquat Ali Khan was martyred by Said Muhammad.

Punjab was given the status of a province on 1st April 1970

  • The Kaunpur Mosque incident took place on 3 August 1913.

  • Police firing on Khaksars in Lahore took place on 19 March 1940.

  • Lal Bahadur Shahstri was the Prime Minister of India at the time of Tashkent Declaration.

Muhammad bin Qasim appointed Alafi as his advisor.

  • Old name of Pakpatan was Ajudhan.

  • The tomb of Babur is situated at Kabul.

  • Akbar was born at Umar Kot.

  • The author of “Safinat-ul-Auliya” was Dara Shikoh.

  • Mumtaz Mahal gave birth to 14 children.

  • Maulana Azad’s real name was Abu-al-Kalam.

  • Hamdard was published by Ali Jauhar.

  • Lord Linlithgow was the viceroy of Indian during the 2nd World War.

  • Defense Council was formed on 1st April 1948.

  • Liaquat Ali Khan went to America in May 1950.

  • The Simla Agreement was signed on 3rd July 1972.

  • Myth of Independence was written by Z. A. Bhutto.

  • Author of My Brother is Miss Fatima Jinnah.

  • The First Constituent Assembly was dissolved on 24th October 1954.

  • 8th Amendment in the Constitution of 1973 was made in 1985.

  • The real name of Noor Jehan was Mahr-un-Nisa.

  • Haren Minar was built by Jehangir.

  • The tomb of Qutb-ud-Din Aibak is in Lahore.

  • Sir Syed Ahmad Khan went to England along with his son named Syed Mahmud.

  • Nawab Abdul Latif founded Muhammadan Literary Society in the year1863.

  • The founder of “Islamia College Peshawar” was Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum.

  • The author of the book “Two Nation Theory” is:

Shafiq Ali Khan.

  • The author of the book “Political System of Pakistan” is Khalid bin Saeed.

  • The Canal Water Dispute was solved through the good offices of World Bank.

  • The site for Islamabad was selected in 1960.

  • Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto inaugurated the new Education Policy in 1974.

  • Bombay came to British possession through Dowry.

  • The High Courts in Indian were established under the Act of 1861.

  • Bee Amma’s real name was Abida Bano.

  • Quaid-e-Azam visited NWFP in his life time:

Twice.

  • Bande Mathram was composed in Bengal.

  • Who was the president of Muslim League in 1932 Aziz Ahmad.

  • Chaudry Rehmat Ali was a student at Cambridge’s college called Trinity.

  • Mahatma Gandhi returned to India in 1915.

  • NWFP got the status of the Governor’s province in 1937.

  • Sir Syed Ahmad Khan retired from service in:

1876.

  • The Fraizi Movement was founded by:

Hajji Shariat Ullah.

  • The first Central Office of Muslim League was established in Lucknow.

  • All India Muslim Students Federation was founded at Aligarh.

  • Quaid-e-Azam reached Pakistan on 7th August, 1947.

  • Nizam-e-Islam Party was founded by Chaudry Muhammad Ali.

  • The famous book “ Hayat-e-Javed” was written on the life of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

  • How many times Mahmud invaded India?

Seventeen.

  • Who is the author of the book titled “Last Days of Quaid”? Col: Elahi Bakhsh.

  • The oldest regional language of Pakistan is Sindhi.

  • Pakistan joined Non-Aligned Movement at Bandung in 1979.

  • Under the Constitution of 1956 which language was declared as the National Language? Urdu and Bengali.

  • Under which Constitution, “Bicameralism” was introduced in Pakistan.1973.

  • When was the first SAARC Conference held?

Ans. 1985.

  • Qutb-ud-Din Aibak died during the game of:

Ans. Polo.

  • Cahngez Khan came to India during the reign of Iltumish.

  • Razia Sultana Married with Altunia.

  • Ibn-e-Batuta visited Indian in14th Century.

  • The color of the marble of “Taj Mahal” is:

White.

  • Aurangzeb Alamgir had: Three sons.

  • Tadar Mal was the revenue minister of:

Ans. Akbar

  • Which of the European nations came first to South Asia? Portuguese.

  • Lahore Resolution was presented by:

Fazl-ul-Haq.

  • Sikandar Mirza declared Martial Law on:

October 1958.

  • Pakistan People’s Party was founded in:

1967.

  • Akbar’s tomb is situated at:Sikandra.

  • William Hawkins secured many trade facilities for the English by Emperor Jehangir.

  • Hameeda Bano was mother of: Akbar.

  • At the time of his coronation at Kalanour the age of Akbar was: Thirteen and Half.

  • Waqar-ul-Mulk died in 1917.

  • Who took the oath of Governor-General of Pakistan from Quaid-e-Azam? Justice Mian Abdul Rashid.

  • When Pakistan gave an application to the United Nations to become its member which country opposed it? Afghanistan.

  • Who was the author of ‘My India Years’:

Lord Hardinge

  • Sanghata Movement was started by: Dr Moonje

  • The book ‘verdict on India’ was written by :

Beverlay Nickolas

  • Famous Wardha scheme was about :

Education

  • Raja Dahir’s wife name is Rani Bai

  • Raja Dahir wife committed suicide

  • Razia Sultana was the daughter of Iltumish.

  • Ibn-e-Batuta was A Moorish

  • Fateh Pur Sikri was declared the capital of his kingdom by Akbar.

  • The Chain of Justice was hanged fro the convenience of people for quick justice by Jehangir.

  • British India Company was granted permission of trade with India by Jehangir.

  • The First British Governor General of India was Warren Hastings.

  • Sir Syed Ahmad Khan retired from the British service as Judge.

  • During Hijrat Movement the Muslims of India migrated to Afghanistan.

  • All-India National Congress participated in the 2nd Round Table Conference.

  • Sharif Report highlighted the atrocities of Congress Ministries.

  • The President of the 1st Constituent Assembly at the time of its dissolution was Maulvi Tamiz-ud-Din

  • Pakistan-China boundary Dispute was settled during the government of General Ayub Khan.

  • During the Tashkent Agreement the Foreign Minister of Pakistan was Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto• Firdausi wrote “Shahnama” and was also a court poet of Mahmud of Ghazni.

  • Auqaf: Muslims Holy religious places are termed as Auqaf.

  • Bahagar Kabir: Founder of Bakhti Movement. He flourished in 15th century.

  • Kashful Mahjub is renowned work on mysticism by Ali Hajveri (Data Sahib).

  • Abul Fazl: A leading light of Akbar’s reign. He wrote “Akbarnama” which is the most authentic history of Akbar’s period.

  • Mudrasa Rahimia was established by Shah Abd-ur-Rahim at Delhi.

  • Jainism is a religious movement started by Mahavirs.

  • The year when the Quaid-e-Azam decided that the Muslim League would join the Interim Government in India was 1946.

  • The name of a person who has been the Governor General as well as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Khuwaja Nazim-ud-din.

  • Tahmasap: The King of Persia who helped Hamayun to recapture his throne.

  • Qutb-ud-Din Aibak was a great commander of Muhammad Ghouri who laid foundation of Slave Dynasty.

  • Ghazi Malik: was the original name of Ghiyas-ud-Din Taghluq.

  • Amir Khusrau: A great poet and singer. He was a disciple of Khawaja Nizam-ud-Din Aulia. He flourished during the Sultanate Period.

  • Dara Shikohwas son of Shah Jahan, he fought against Aurangzeb Alamgir. He was mystic and writer.

  • Bairum Khan was tutor of Hamayun and Akbar. He was chiefly instrumental in the victory of Mughals over Hemu in 1556.

  • Madrasa-e-Rahimia: A famous religious institution started by Shah Abdul Rahim (Father of Shah Waliullah).

  • Noor Jahan was a beloved Queen of Jahangir. She was an accomplished lady and assisted her husband in the affairs of the state.

  • The Objectives Resolution was accepted by the Constituent Assembly on 12 March 1949.

  • Sikandar Mirza was the last Governor General of Pakistan.

  • Zill-e-Elahi means: Shadow of Allah.

  • Sabuktgin was the ruler of Ghazni. He ruled Ghazni from 977 to 997.

  • Ibn-e-Batuta was a famous African traveler who stayed in the court of Muhammad bin Taghluq for several years. He traveled over the quarter part of the then world from China to India.

  • Kanwaha is the historical place in North India where Babur defeated the Rajputs in 1527. At this historical place, Babur broke his wine vessels.

  • Sarus Sadur: Guardian of Islamic Law and Spokesman of Ulema.

  • Qutbat-ul-Islam Mosque was built by Qutb-ud-Din Aibak near Qutb Minar at Delhi.

  • Francis Bernier was a European traveler who visited Indian during Shahjehan’s Period.

  • H. Kh. Baqi Billah Bairang was renowned saint of Naqshbandia order and was the spiritual guide of Hazrat Majadded Alf Sani.

  • Kitab-ul-Hind was written by Al-Bairuni. This is an authentic source about Indian culture and social life.

  • The ‘Objectives Resolution’ was passed at Karachi by the Constituent Assembly in 1949.

  • The “One Unit” bill was accepted by the Parliament on 19th October 1955 when M. Ali Bogra was Prime Minister of Pakistan.

  • Pirthvi Raj was overthrown and killed in 1192 A.D. at Thanesar by Muhammad Ghouri.

  • Qutb Minar of Delhi was designed as a tower of victory being the hallmark of the Empire of the Turks.

  • The famous garden Ram Bagh at Agra was laid out by Sikandar Lodi.

  • The Lodi Dynasty was founded by Bahlol.

  • Dara Shikoh in his religious thought was influenced by Mullah Shaida.

  • The famous manuscript “Shikasta” and “Nastaliq” were written by Aurangzeb.

  • In India, the legal status of the provinces was for the first time recognized under the Govt: of India Act 1935.

  • The proposal of Union of India embracing both British India and the states was put forward by the Cabinet Mission.

  • The JUP was set up in1948.

  • The Syed Dynasty was founded by Khizar Khan.

  • The Buland Darwaza is situated at Fatehpur Sikri.

  • Jahangir was imprisoned by Mahabat Khan.

  • Champaner is a General.

  • Mukhdum Jehanian Jalal-ud-Din Jehangasht was a saint of Suhrwardiya Silsilah.

  • Petticoat Government was headed by Maham Angah.

  • I will tear it or burn it or throw it away but never accept it. Who stated this about the Government of India Act 1935?

Ans. M. K. Gandhi.

  • The Rashmi Roomal Movement of 1905 was initiated by Muhammad Ali Jauhar.

  • The Indian Independence Act was passed in the British Parliament on 18th July.

  • Hazrat Nizam-ud-Din Auliya was a Sufi of Chishtia Order.

  • Manachi was a European traveler who came to the court of Jahangir.

  • One of the earliest coming Saints to India was Khawaja Qutb-ud-Din Bakhtiar Kaki.

  • Home Rule League was founded in 1916.

  • The Baghdad Pact was signed in 1955.

  • The System of Basic Democracy was first introduced in 1959

  • Hazrat Mehal’s real name was Umrao. She valiantly took part in 1857 War of Independence. She was the wife of Wajjid Ali Shah of Oadh.

  • Syed Ameer Ali was an intellectual of high caliber. He worked as a lawyer, a Judge of Calcutta High Court, founded Central National Mohammedan Association and remained President of the Hughlie Imambara. He worked hard for Muslim League and Khilafat Movement. He settled down in London and died there.

  • Manzoor Qadir was son of Sheikh Abdul Qadir. He was a seasoned advocate. He represented Pakistan at the International Law Association in Yugoslavia. He worked as Foreign Minister of Pakistan and Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court.

  • Lala Lajpat Rai was a great Arya Samajist. He took a most prominent part in the Congress affairs and along with Tilak and Bebin Pal took a prominent part in changing the Congress method from one of petition to that of application of direct sanction. He incurred displeasure of the British Government and was deported to Burma in 1907. He took part in non-cooperation movement and boycott movement.

  • Divide & Quit written by Penderel Moon.

  • Foreign Policy of Pakistan: A Historical Analysis is written by S. M. Burk.

  • Name the person who negotiated the Canal Water Dispute between India and Pakistan: Ayyub Khan.

  • Sindh and Multan were conquered by Muhammad bin Qasim under the reign of the Islamic Caliph Walid bin Abdul Malik.

  • Hazrat Ali Hajveri (popularly known as Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh) belonged to Suharwardia Order.

  • Fatawa-e-Jahandari was written by Zia-ud-Din Barani.

  • Under the Mughals capital of the lower Sindh was Thatha.

  • Kashmir was included into the Mughal Empire of Delhi in October 1586.

  • In a battle near Peshawar, Jaipal was defeated by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1001.

  • The Battle of Plassey firmly established the British Rule in Bengal.

  • When presidential form of constitution was imposed 1st March 1962.

  • The Qutb-ul-Islam mosque was built by Ghiyas-ud-Din Balban.

  • Who contributed largely to the spread of Islam in Bengal Shahab-ud-Din Suharwardi.

  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed fell martyr in 1831 at Balakot (NWFP).

  • The Scientific Society was founded in 1864 at Ghazipur.

  • In 1946 Elections, the All India Muslim League got 100 percent seats in the Central Assembly and over 88.8 percent seats in the Provincial Assemblies.

  • The Second Summit Conference of the OIC was held in 1974 at Lahore.

  • The “Asrar-us-Sanadeed” was compiled by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

  • The Central Muhammadan Association was founded by Syed Amir Ali.

  • The Muhammadan Literary Society of Calcutta was founded by Syed Amir Ali.

  • Mr. Jinnah returned from England in year October 1935 to reorganize the AIML.

  • The Indus Water Basin Treaty was signed in the year 19th September 1960.

  • The Alai Darwaza is situated at Delhi.

  • Baba Farid Ganj Shakar was a saint of Chishtia Silsila.

  • Arhai Din Ka Jhonpara was a mosque.

  • Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-Islam was established in the year1884.

  • Islamabad was made capital of Pakistan in the year 1959.

  • Muhammad bin Qasim was called back by Walid bin Abdul Malik.

  • Pirthvi Raj was defeated by Muhammad Ghouri in 1192 A.D. at the battle of Tarain.

  • Khilji Dynasty was founded by Jalal-ud-Din Firuz Khilji.

  • The R.C.D. was brought about in 1964 among Pakistan, Iran, Turkey.

  • The first and second Presidents of the First Constituent Assembly of Pakistan were M. A. Jinnah and Ch. Muhammad Ali respectively..

  • PARODA and EDBO were promulgated in 1949 and in 1958 respectively.

  • The All Indian Muhammadan Educational Conference was founded in 1886.

  • Tahzeeb-ul-Akhlaq was started in 1867.

  • The Queen’s Proclamation was made in 1858.

  • The author of “Mission with Mountbattan”: Compbell Johnson.

  • The Federal Shariat Court was established in 25th June 1980.

  • Khusrau Malik was the Governor of Lahore.

  • Sindh was conquered by Muhammad Ghauri in 1182.

  • Hamayun was born at Kabul.

  • Peacock throne was erected by Shahjehan.

  • Pirpur Committee was formed in 1937 and was headed by Raja Muhammad Mehdi of Pirpur.

  • Bahadur Shah II was the Supreme Commander of the rebellious armies in the War of Independence, 1857.

  • Hyderabad Deccan surrendered to India on 17 September 1948.

  • Peshawar was captured by Syed Ahmad Shaheed in 1830.

  • Government of Indian Act, 1935 came into operation in 1937.

  • Muhammad bin Qasim captured the city Daibul in 712 A.D.

  • The Temple of Somnath was situated near the peninsula of Gujrat.

  • Arabic coinage was first introduced in Indian by Jalal-ud-Din Firuz.

  • Khilji Dynasty was established by Ala-ud-Din Khilji.

  • Babur the founder of Muhgal Dynasty, died in 1530 A.D at Delhi.

  • The biggest Mosque built by Shahjehan in located at Delhi.

  • Red Fort of Delhi was built by Shahjehan.Firdausi wrote “Shahnama” and was also a court poet of Mahmud of Ghazni.

  • Auqaf: Muslims Holy religious places are termed as Auqaf.

  • Bahagar Kabir: Founder of Bakhti Movement. He flourished in 15th century.

  • Kashful Mahjub is renowned work on mysticism by Ali Hajveri (Data Sahib).

  • Abul Fazl: A leading light of Akbar’s reign. He wrote “Akbarnama” which is the most authentic history of Akbar’s period.

  • Mudrasa Rahimia was established by Shah Abd-ur-Rahim at Delhi.

  • Jainism is a religious movement started by Mahavirs.

  • The year when the Quaid-e-Azam decided that the Muslim League would join the Interim Government in India was 1946.

  • The name of a person who has been the Governor General as well as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Khuwaja Nazim-ud-din.

  • Tahmasap: The King of Persia who helped Hamayun to recapture his throne.

  • Qutb-ud-Din Aibak was a great commander of Muhammad Ghouri who laid foundation of Slave Dynasty.

  • Ghazi Malik: was the original name of Ghiyas-ud-Din Taghluq.

  • Amir Khusrau: A great poet and singer. He was a disciple of Khawaja Nizam-ud-Din Aulia. He flourished during the Sultanate Period.

  • Dara Shikohwas son of Shah Jahan, he fought against Aurangzeb Alamgir. He was mystic and writer.

  • Bairum Khan was tutor of Hamayun and Akbar. He was chiefly instrumental in the victory of Mughals over Hemu in 1556.

  • Madrasa-e-Rahimia: A famous religious institution started by Shah Abdul Rahim (Father of Shah Waliullah).

  • Noor Jahan was a beloved Queen of Jahangir. She was an accomplished lady and assisted her husband in the affairs of the state.

  • The Objectives Resolution was accepted by the Constituent Assembly on 12 March 1949.

  • Sikandar Mirza was the last Governor General of Pakistan.

  • Zill-e-Elahi means: Shadow of Allah.

  • Sabuktgin was the ruler of Ghazni. He ruled Ghazni from 977 to 997.

  • Ibn-e-Batuta was a famous African traveler who stayed in the court of Muhammad bin Taghluq for several years. He traveled over the quarter part of the then world from China to India.

  • Kanwaha is the historical place in North India where Babur defeated the Rajputs in 1527. At this historical place, Babur broke his wine vessels.

  • Sarus Sadur: Guardian of Islamic Law and Spokesman of Ulema.

  • Qutbat-ul-Islam Mosque was built by Qutb-ud-Din Aibak near Qutb Minar at Delhi.

  • Francis Bernier was a European traveler who visited Indian during Shahjehan’s Period.

  • H. Kh. Baqi Billah Bairang was renowned saint of Naqshbandia order and was the spiritual guide of Hazrat Majadded Alf Sani.

  • Kitab-ul-Hind was written by Al-Bairuni. This is an authentic source about Indian culture and social life.

  • The ‘Objectives Resolution’ was passed at Karachi by the Constituent Assembly in 1949.

  • The “One Unit” bill was accepted by the Parliament on 19th October 1955 when M. Ali Bogra was Prime Minister of Pakistan.

  • Pirthvi Raj was overthrown and killed in 1192 A.D. at Thanesar by Muhammad Ghouri.

  • Qutb Minar of Delhi was designed as a tower of victory being the hallmark of the Empire of the Turks.

  • The famous garden Ram Bagh at Agra was laid out by Sikandar Lodi.

  • The Lodi Dynasty was founded by Bahlol.

  • Dara Shikoh in his religious thought was influenced by Mullah Shaida.

  • The famous manuscript “Shikasta” and “Nastaliq” were written by Aurangzeb.

  • In India, the legal status of the provinces was for the first time recognized under the Govt: of India Act 1935.

  • The proposal of Union of India embracing both British India and the states was put forward by the Cabinet Mission.

  • The JUP was set up in1948.

  • The Syed Dynasty was founded by Khizar Khan.

  • The Buland Darwaza is situated at Fatehpur Sikri.

  • Jahangir was imprisoned by Mahabat Khan.

  • Champaner is a General.

  • Mukhdum Jehanian Jalal-ud-Din Jehangasht was a saint of Suhrwardiya Silsilah.

  • Petticoat Government was headed by Maham Angah.

  • I will tear it or burn it or throw it away but never accept it. Who stated this about the Government of India Act 1935?

Ans. M. K. Gandhi.

  • The Rashmi Roomal Movement of 1905 was initiated by Muhammad Ali Jauhar.

  • The Indian Independence Act was passed in the British Parliament on 18th July.

  • Hazrat Nizam-ud-Din Auliya was a Sufi of Chishtia Order.

  • Manachi was a European traveler who came to the court of Jahangir.

  • One of the earliest coming Saints to India was Khawaja Qutb-ud-Din Bakhtiar Kaki.

  • Home Rule League was founded in 1916.

  • The Baghdad Pact was signed in 1955.

  • The System of Basic Democracy was first introduced in 1959

  • Hazrat Mehal’s real name was Umrao. She valiantly took part in 1857 War of Independence. She was the wife of Wajjid Ali Shah of Oadh.

  • Syed Ameer Ali was an intellectual of high caliber. He worked as a lawyer, a Judge of Calcutta High Court, founded Central National Mohammedan Association and remained President of the Hughlie Imambara. He worked hard for Muslim League and Khilafat Movement. He settled down in London and died there.

  • Manzoor Qadir was son of Sheikh Abdul Qadir. He was a seasoned advocate. He represented Pakistan at the International Law Association in Yugoslavia. He worked as Foreign Minister of Pakistan and Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court.

  • Lala Lajpat Rai was a great Arya Samajist. He took a most prominent part in the Congress affairs and along with Tilak and Bebin Pal took a prominent part in changing the Congress method from one of petition to that of application of direct sanction. He incurred displeasure of the British Government and was deported to Burma in 1907. He took part in non-cooperation movement and boycott movement.

  • Divide & Quit written by Penderel Moon.

  • Foreign Policy of Pakistan: A Historical Analysis is written by S. M. Burk.

  • Name the person who negotiated the Canal Water Dispute between India and Pakistan: Ayyub Khan.

  • Sindh and Multan were conquered by Muhammad bin Qasim under the reign of the Islamic Caliph Walid bin Abdul Malik.

  • Hazrat Ali Hajveri (popularly known as Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh) belonged to Suharwardia Order.

  • Fatawa-e-Jahandari was written by Zia-ud-Din Barani.

  • Under the Mughals capital of the lower Sindh was Thatha.

  • Kashmir was included into the Mughal Empire of Delhi in October 1586.

  • In a battle near Peshawar, Jaipal was defeated by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1001.

  • The Battle of Plassey firmly established the British Rule in Bengal.

  • When presidential form of constitution was imposed 1st March 1962.

  • The Qutb-ul-Islam mosque was built by Ghiyas-ud-Din Balban.

  • Who contributed largely to the spread of Islam in Bengal Shahab-ud-Din Suharwardi.

  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed fell martyr in 1831 at Balakot (NWFP).

  • The Scientific Society was founded in 1864 at Ghazipur.

  • In 1946 Elections, the All India Muslim League got 100 percent seats in the Central Assembly and over 88.8 percent seats in the Provincial Assemblies.

  • The Second Summit Conference of the OIC was held in 1974 at Lahore.

  • The “Asrar-us-Sanadeed” was compiled by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

  • The Central Muhammadan Association was founded by Syed Amir Ali.

  • The Muhammadan Literary Society of Calcutta was founded by Syed Amir Ali.

  • Mr. Jinnah returned from England in year October 1935 to reorganize the AIML.

  • The Indus Water Basin Treaty was signed in the year 19th September 1960.

  • The Alai Darwaza is situated at Delhi.

  • Baba Farid Ganj Shakar was a saint of Chishtia Silsila.

  • Arhai Din Ka Jhonpara was a mosque.

  • Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-Islam was established in the year1884.

  • Islamabad was made capital of Pakistan in the year 1959.

  • Muhammad bin Qasim was called back by Walid bin Abdul Malik.

  • Pirthvi Raj was defeated by Muhammad Ghouri in 1192 A.D. at the battle of Tarain.

  • Khilji Dynasty was founded by Jalal-ud-Din Firuz Khilji.

  • The R.C.D. was brought about in 1964 among Pakistan, Iran, Turkey.

  • The first and second Presidents of the First Constituent Assembly of Pakistan were M. A. Jinnah and Ch. Muhammad Ali respectively..

  • PARODA and EDBO were promulgated in 1949 and in 1958 respectively.

  • The All Indian Muhammadan Educational Conference was founded in 1886.

  • Tahzeeb-ul-Akhlaq was started in 1867.

  • The Queen’s Proclamation was made in 1858.

  • The author of “Mission with Mountbattan”: Compbell Johnson.

  • The Federal Shariat Court was established in 25th June 1980.

  • Khusrau Malik was the Governor of Lahore.

  • Sindh was conquered by Muhammad Ghauri in 1182.

  • Hamayun was born at Kabul.

  • Peacock throne was erected by Shahjehan.

  • Pirpur Committee was formed in 1937 and was headed by Raja Muhammad Mehdi of Pirpur.

  • Bahadur Shah II was the Supreme Commander of the rebellious armies in the War of Independence, 1857.

  • Hyderabad Deccan surrendered to India on 17 September 1948.

  • Peshawar was captured by Syed Ahmad Shaheed in 1830.

  • Government of Indian Act, 1935 came into operation in 1937.

  • Muhammad bin Qasim captured the city Daibul in 712 A.D.

  • The Temple of Somnath was situated near the peninsula of Gujrat.

  • Arabic coinage was first introduced in Indian by Jalal-ud-Din Firuz.

  • Khilji Dynasty was established by Ala-ud-Din Khilji.

  • Babur the founder of Muhgal Dynasty, died in 1530 A.D at Delhi.

  • The biggest Mosque built by Shahjehan in located at Delhi.

  • Red Fort of Delhi was built by Shahjehan. Steel Mill is in Bin Qasim

  • Old name of Jacobabad is Khangharh.

  • Kot Digi Fort is in Khairpur district.

  • Peshawar means city of flowers.

  • Warsak dam (near Peshawar) is built on Kabul River.

  • Tirich Mir mounts of Hindu Kash separate Afghanistan and Tajistan from Pak:

  • Islamia College Peshawar was founded in 1914 by Sahibzada Abdul Qayum.

  • Quaid Azam Medical College is in Bahawalpur.

  • Choukundi toms are located near Karachi.

  • Atock Fort was built by Akbar.

  • The land b/w Indus & Jehlum river is called Thal Desert or Sindh Sagar Doab.

  • Ruins of Harapa found in Sahiwal.

  • Lahore Fort was built by Akbar.

  • At Toonsa Sharif the borders of three provinces meet.

  • With Gilgit & Baltistan the frontiers of three counties meet.

  • Tochi pass connects Pak: with China.

  • Pak: has 6 international airports.

  • Pak: has 27 Radio Stations.

  • —- district, —- divisions.

  • Pak: railways factory is in Risalpur.

  • Chitral is famous for gold.

  • Port Qasim is the largest seaport of Pak: smallest is Gawadar

  • The chairman of National Economic Council is PM.

  • National flower of Pakistan is Jasmine.

  • National bird of Pakistan is Chakore.

  • National tree of Pakistan is Deodar.

  • National animal of Pakistan is Markhor (a type of goat).

  • National emblem of Pakistan is Cresent.

  • National sport of Pakistan is land Hockey.

  • Oldest cantonment of Pak: is Kohat.

  • HQ of Pak: Army is at RawalPindi.

  • HQ of Airforce is at Chaklala.

  • HQ of Navy is at Islamabad.

  • Islamabad is 8 miles from Rawalpindi.

  • Photograph on the coin of one rupee is Quaid’s photo.

  • “ ::two rupee is Badshahi Mosque (chk)

  • “ ten rupee note is Khyber Pass.

  • “ 5 rupee note is

  • “ 50 rupee note is

  • “ 100 is Quaid’s Residecy, Ziarat Quetta.

  • “ 500 is Badshahi Mosque, Lahore.

  • “ 100 is Jehangir’s Tomb.

  • “ 5000 is of Faisal Mosque, Islamabad.

  • 4.8% of total area of Pak: is forests (standard is 25%)

  • Hub dam and Thadho Dam are in Malir Karachi near Gadap Town.

  • Map of Shah Faisal Mosque was made by Wahdat Diloky of Turkey.

  • Largest radio station of Pak: is Islamabad.

  • Tarbela dam is in Abot Abad.

  • Raeewind is in Kasur.

  • Baitul Maal established in 1992.

  • General sales tax, under the constitution 1973 is a Federal subject.

  • Pak: national flag was adopted on 11 August, 1947

  • Jasmine adopted on July 5, 1961.

  • National drink is Cane Juice.

  • Railway stations in Pak: = 965.

  • Rabi crops are grown b/w months of Oct-March.

  • Under Indus Water Basin Treaty Pak: got Jehlum, Chenab & Indus. India got Ravi, Sutlaj.

  • Chenab and Jehlum flow from Kashmir.

  • Tirchmir is the highest peak of Hindukash.

  • A bicameral legislature was proposed for the first time in 1973 constitution.

  • Length of Pak-India border is 1,610 km.

  • Length of Pak-Iran border is 805 km.

  • Length of Pak-China border is 595 km.

  • Length of Pak-Afghan border is 2052 km or 1300 miles.

  • 5 rivers flow in Punjab Ravi, Sutlaj, Chenab, Indus & Beas.

  • Warsak dam is on Kabul River.

  • Rawal Dam is on Kurrang River.

  • Khanpur dam is on Haro River.

  • Tanda dam is in Baluchistan.

  • Tarbela deam was completed in 1969.

  • Length of Indus is 2900 km.

  • Source of Indus is Mansoorowar Lake in Gilgit.

  • Muztag pass connects Gilgit-Yarkand (China).

  • Khankum Pass connects Chitral-Wakhan (Afghanistan)

  • The Shandur Pass connects Chitral and Gilgit.

  • Khyber Pass connects Peshawar-Kabul

  • Kulk pass connects Gilgit-China.

  • Bolan pass connects Queta-Afghanistan.

  • Tochi pass connects Pak:-China.

  • Length of Silk Rourte (Korakorum Route) is 965 km.

  • Geneva Pact was signed on 14th April, 1988.

  • Simpla Pact was singed on 3rd July, 1972.

  • Numb: of words in anthem=50.

  • Numb: of lines in anthem=15.

  • Numb: of ammendements made 17.

  • Numb: of troops in a division are 12000 to 20,000.

  • Numb: of troops in brigade is 4000 to 5000.

  • Barrages built on Indus = 8.

  • Tarbela dam is in NWFP (Abotabad) on Indus river.(Largest)

  • Mangla dam is in AJK on Jehlum River(Highest)

  • Warsak dam is in NWFP near Peshawar on Kabul river.

  • Direct dialing system was introduced b/w Lahore and Rawalpindi for first time in 1964.

  • Rivers of Pakistan—– Punjab== Ravi+Chanab+Sutlaj.

  • :::: Sindh ===Indus, Hub.

  • NWFP==Kabul, Sawat, Zhob.

  • Baluchistan==Bolan.

  • Baluchistan is 43% of total Pak:.

  • Geographical divisions of Pak: are 1.Northern Mountains, 2. Western off-shoots of Himalayas, 3. Baluchistan Plateau, 4. Potohar Plateau & Salt range, 5. Lower Indus Plain, 6. Thar desert.

  • Pak: has 3 stock exchanges (confirm it).

  • Broad Peak I is on Karokarum range.

  • Colonel Sher Khan belonged to Sindh Regement.

  • Kot Diji is a fort in Khairpur.

  • Ancient mosque of Pak: is at Bhambhor.

  • Time taken to sing National Anthem is 1 minute, 20 sec.

  • Instruments used are 38.

  • Texila is in Punjab and NWFP.

  • Rashid Minhas martyred in August 1971.

  • Mangla dam is on river Jehlum.

  • Old name of Supreme Court is Federal Court.

  • 10 persons have received Nishan-e-Hyder.

  • Kharif (Summer Season) crops include—Cotton, rice, sugar cane, maize, Jaur and Bajra.

  • Rabi (Winter OCT-March) crops are wheat, gram, barley and tobacco.

  • Jhat Pat is the old name of Dera Allah Yar.

  • There are 7 rivers in Baluchistan.

  • Mast Tawakkal was the poet of Balochi.

  • Khanpur dam is near Haripur.

  • Skardu is also called “Little Tibet”.

  • Swat became part of Pakistan in 1969.

  • The most precious gemstone “Emerald” are found in Swat.

  • Gilgit is the capital of Northern Areas of Pak:

  • Khushhal Khan belonged to English period.

  • The alphabet of Pushto was prepared by Saifullah.

  • First poet of Pushto was Amir Karar.

  • Saiful Maluk is near Naran.

  • Dera Adam khan is famous for Gun factory.

  • Durand line is b/w Peshawar and Afghanistan.

  • Pakistan Forest Institution is located in Peshawar.

  • Bala Hassan Fort was built by Babrat at Peshawar.

  • Saidu Sharif is a lake in NWFP.

  • British took Peshawar from Sikhs.

  • Population-wise NWFP stands 3rd.

  • Area-wise it is 4th.

  • Lands down Bridge connect Sukkur with Rohri.

  • Guddu Barrage was completed in 1932.

  • Real name of Qalandar Lal Shahbaz is Shaikh Usman Marvindi.

  • In 1973 constitution there are 290 articles.

  • Pak: comprises of 61% of mountainous area.

  • National Assembly has 342 seats & Senate has 100 seats with 14 for each province.

  • Provincial Assembly seats Punjab=371, Sindh=168, NWFP=124, Baluchistan=65.

  • Name of Ustad Bukhari is Syed Ahmed Shah.

  • Real name of Shaikh Ayaz is Shaikh Mubarak.

  • Barrages on Indus are Toonsa, Jinnah, Sukkur, Gudo, Kotri & Ghulam Mohd:.

  • Ports and harbours are Kimari (Kar: ), Bin Qasim (Kar: ),

  • Jinnah Naval Base (ormara), Gawadar (Baluc: ), Panjgore (Baluch: ).

  • Deserts of Pak: Thar (Sindh), Thal (Punjab), Cholistan (Punjab).

  • Famous glaciers are Siachen, Batura, Baltoro.

  • K2 (Karakurum Range) with 8610 meters.

  • Mountain Ranges are Himaliya, Koradoram, Hindu Kash, Sulaiman and Salt Range.

  • Tomb of Babur is in Kabul.

  • Real name of Noor Jahan (Wife of Jahangir) was Mehrun Nisa.

  • NADRA was setup in Feb: 16, 2000.

  • The master plan of Islamabad was prepared in 1960 by MIS Constructinos Doxiades (of Greek).

  • National Institute of Oceanlogy Karachi =1982.

  • Pak: test fired Ghauri missile in April 6, 1998.

  • First nuclear reactor was setup in Karachi.

  • Pak:’s first agriculture university setup in Faisalabad.

  • Chomas festival is held in Kalash valley near Chitral.

  • Nearest provincial capital from Islamabad is Peshawar.

  • Tomb of Hamayoon is in Delhi.

  • Tomb of Jahangir is at Lahore.

  • National Assembly has 60 women seats.

  • National anthem was written in 1954.

  • Gandhara civilization discovered from Texila.

  • Social Action Plan launched in 1992-93.

  • Rahmat Ali suggested name of Pakistan on 28th Jan: 1933 in “Now or Never” pamphlet in London.

  • Rehmat Ali was born in 1893 in a village Mohar district Hoshiyarpur (East Punjab).

  • Rahmat Ali died at the age of 58 in 1951 and was buried in Cambridge University.

  • Ancient name of Peshawar was Phushkalvati.

  • India framed its constitution in 1950.

  • Kara korum Highway (Silkroute) B/w Pak: & China was completed on 18th June, 1978.

  • Jamrood Fort (Peshawar) was built by General Hari Singh Nalwa in 1836.

  • Landi Khani is the end of the main line of Railway system of Pakistan.

  • Cholistan desert is in Bahawlpur district.

  • Harpa is in Sahiwal.

  • Bhambhore is in Thatta.

  • Firdousi, the Persian poet (Shah Nama) was the member of Sultan Mehmood’s court.

  • Tomb of Baba Farid is in Pak Patan.

  • Tomb of Sachal is in Ranipur.

  • Nishtar Hospital is the largest hospital in Pakistan and was built in 1953.

  • A.H means Anne Hegirae (Latin Term) =13th Sep: 622 A.D.

  • Nanga Parbat is situated in Himalayan.

  • Total arable land of Pakistan is 27%.

  • Pakistan is situated at the West End of the Indo Gangetic.

  • Wakhan separates Pakistan from Tajikistan.

  • Hindu-kush range is also known as Little Pamirs.

  • Sub-Himalya is also known as Siwaliks.

  • The Sindh Sagar Doab is also known as Thal Desert.

  • Takt-I-Suleman is the highest peak of Sulaiman Mountains.

  • The length of Indus River is 2900 km.

  • Six barrages are constructed on the River Indus.

  • Hispar Glacies is located in Hunza.

  • The famous Umar Kot fort was built in 1746.

  • Katch and Gawadar are the districts of Makran Division.

  • Punjgore is the district of Makran division.

  • Meaning of Quetta is fort.

  • Gomal River is in NWFP.

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English MCQs for 9th and 10th• Dinna, the daughter of Jinnah was born on 14th August, 1919.

  • Dinna married a Parsi boy named Navel Wadya.

  • Jinnah left the lawyership after 23rd March, 1940 nd returned to India in April 1934.

  • Pakistan national movement was founded by Ch: Rahmat Ali.

  • Lilaquat Ali Khan Joined Muslim League in 1924.

  • Sindh separated from Bombay in 1935.

  • The system of Dyarchy (Two authorities) was in operation from 1921-1937. (chk it).

  • Dyarchy introduced in 1919 reforms and removed in 1935 Act.

  • Dyarchy was introduced as a constitutional reform by E.S. Montague and Lord Chelmsford.

  • Dyarchy divided India into 8 major provinces (excluding Burma.)

  • Jinnah-Rajendra Prasal formula came in 1935.

  • Provincial elections held in 1937.

  • Pirpur Report about congress ministries came in 1938.

  • Shareef report about Bihar came in 1939.

  • Muslims observed “Day of Deliverance” on 22nd Dec: 1939.

  • A committee under the chairmanship of Raja Mohd: Mehdi was appointed to inquire into congress ministries.

  • August Offer was offered by Viceroy Lord Llinthgow in 1940.

  • Cripps visited India in 1942.

  • Quit India movement started in1942.

  • Simla conference (June, 1945) was presented by Lord Wavel.

  • Wavel plan was made in 1945.

  • In 1945, Labour Party came to power.

  • In 1945 elections ML won 428 out of 492 seats.

  • In 1946, Quaid decided to join Interim govt in India.

  • In interim govt: ML got portfolis of Finance & Liaquat Ali was Finance Minister.

  • J.N.Mandal was the non-Muslim member who became a minister in interim govt: on ML behalf.

  • On the arrival of Simon Commission, ML was divided in to Mohd: Shafee & Quaid groups.

  • Unionist’s Ministry was in Punjab.

  • Fouinder of Unionist Party in Punjab was Sir Fazle Hussain.

  • Sir Siney Rollet was the president of Rollet Committee whose objective was to check Home Rule Movement.

  • Real name of Gandhi was Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi.

  • Burma separated from India in 1935 and was made independent in 1947.

  • Sindh asssembley passed the resoluation for the creation of Pak: firstly on June 26, 1947.

  • Lahore Resolution was presented in 27th Session of Muslim League at Monto Park (now Iqbal Park) on 23rd March, 1940 by Fazal-al-Qaq of Bengal. Quaid presided the session.

  • The book ‘last dominion’ was written by Carthill.

  • “Divide and Quit” is wtitten by Penderel Moon.

  • “Mission with Mountbatten” written by Campbell Johnson.

  • Liaquat Desai pact was concluded in 1946.

  • Cabinet mission announced its plan on 16th May, 1946.

  • Cabinet Mission consisted of 8 members.

  • ML accepted Cabinet Mission but Congress rejected it.

  • Muslim League observed direct action day on 16th August 1946.

  • On 18th July, 1947, British parliament passed Indian Independence Bill.

  • MP of England at the time of independence of Pak: was Lord Cunet Iteley.

  • Redcliffe Award announced on 15th August 1947.

  • On April, 1947, All India State’s Conference was held in Gawalior.

  • Inquilab Zindabad slogan was given by Mohammd Iqbal Reshimi Roomal movement of 1915 started by Maulana Mehmood-ul-Hassan.

  • Lord Rippon is associated with the Hunter Commission.

  • Lord Dalhousie is associated with Wood’s Dispatch.

  • Lord Cornwalls is associated with permanent settlement of Bengal.

  • Delhi proposals presented by Quaid-e-Azam in March 1927.

  • Nehru Report was produced by Motilal Nehru in 1928.

  • Shoaib Qureshi was one muslim member who took part in writing the Nehru Report.

  • Fourteen-Points-of-MA Jinnah came in March 1929 from Delhi.

  • Simon-Commission-1927 visited India in 1928 and consisted of 7 members.

  • British cabinet minister Cripps came to India in March 1942.

  • Civil Disobedience Movement started by Gandhi on 12th March, 1930.

  • Simon Commission submitted its report in 1930.

  • Ist Session of Round-Table-Conferences from 12Nov1930 to 19Jan1931. (Mohd: Ali Johar participated in it, Congress was absent.)

  • Congress absent in 1st RTC, leaders were in jail due to civil disobedience.

  • Leader in the 1st RTC was Agha Khan III.

  • Quaid attended RTC 1, not attended RTC 2&3. After RTC 1, he renounced politics and persued lawyership.

  • The PM of England during 1st Roundtable was Ramshy Macdonald.

  • 2nd Session of RTC from 7Sep1931 to 31stSep1931. Gandhi represented Congress.

  • Gandhi-Irwin pact was made on March 5, 1931.

  • 3rd Session of RTC from 17Nov:1932 to 24Dec: 1932.

  • British opposition did not participate in RTC III.

  • Communal award published in 1932.

  • White Paper of RTC published in Marchi 1933.

  • Begum Shahnawaz attended one RTC.

  • Mohd: Ali Johar Started Comrade & Hamdard (1912) from Calcutta.

  • Name of Bi-Aman was Abidi Begum. (chk afridi begum)

  • Mohd: Ali Johar borin in1878 at Rampur and died at the age of 54 on 4ht Jan: 1931 at London and was buried in Bait-ul-Mukadas (Jerusalem).

  • Wife of Mohd: Ali Johar was Amjadi Begum.

  • Moulana Shoukat Ali, the elder brother of Mohd: Ali was born in 1872 and died on 28th Nov: 1938 and buried at Jamia Mosque Delhi.

  • Zamidar (1903) started by Zafar Ali Khan from Lahore.

  • Daily Dawn (1942) by Quaid.

  • Daily Jang (1940) by Mir Khalilur Rehman.

  • Daily al-Halal by Abdeul Kalam.

  • Ch: Rehmat Ali is associated with Delhi Darbar.

  • IN 1908, Iqbal was awarded Ph.D from Munich University for Persian Philosophy.

  • Allama Iqbal born on 9th Nov: 1877 at Sialkot and died on 21st April, 1938

  • Allama Iqbal was tutored by Moulvi Syed Mir Hassan.

  • Iqbal was elected as a member of Punjab Legislative Assembly in 1926 and chosen president of ML in 1930.

  • Jinnah means Lion.

  • Jinnah means Thiner. He was 5 feet, 11 ½ inches in height.

  • Quaid got education of law from Lincolin’s Inn.

  • “Quaid” used by Molvi Mazharul Haq in newspaper Al-Aman.

  • Wife of Quaid was Ratan Bai.

  • Quid’s father was Jinnah Poonja.

  • Jinnah Poonja was born in 1850 and married with Mithi Bai.

  • Poonja was grand father of Quaid.

  • Jinnah joined Congress in 1906& in 1913 ML in London.

  • Quaid born on 25th Dec: 1876 and died on 11 Sep: 1948.

  • Jinnah joined ML on the insistence of Mohd: Ali Johar and Syed Wazir Hassan.

  • Jinnah got admission in at Gokal Das Teg primary school Bombay at the age of 10 he studied for 5 ½ months.

  • Jinnah went to London and got law degree at the age of 18 form LINCONINN.

  • Sir Dinsha was the father of Ratna (the wife of Jinnah).

  • Ratna embrassed Islam on 18th April 1918 and married Jinnah on 19th April 1918. before that she was Parsi. She died on 20th Feb: 1929 and was buried in Aram Bagh Bombay.Islamia High School Peshawar was founded in 1890.

  • Muslim Aligargh University was established in 1920.

  • Treaty of Amritsar took place in 1876.

  • Kashmir was sold to Gulab Singh in 1845.

  • NWFP was given status of province in 1901.

  • Shakespeare (not William Shakespeare) was the governor of Banarus.

  • Mohammadan Political Association was formed in 1903.

  • Partition of Bengal announced on 1st Sept: 1905 & implemented on 16 Oct: 1905 by Lord Curzon.

  • Partition of Bengal annulled: 10th Dec: 1911 by Lord Hardinge.

  • Swadeshi movement was started against Partition of Bengal.

  • Bengal divided in East Bengal (Muslim Bengal) & West Bengal (Hindu Bengal) in July 1905 by Lord Curzon. Capital of Muslim Bengal was Dacca and that of Hindu Bengal was Calcutta.

  • The partition of Bengal was annulled on 12th Dec: 1911 by King George-V and Queen Marry.

  • The president of Simla Deputation (1st Oct: 1906) was Agha Khan III and secretary was Mohsanul Mulk.

  • Muslim League founded on 30 Dec: 1906 at Decca.

  • ML was formed in the annual session of Muslim Educational Conference in Decca with the proposal of Nawab Salimullah.

  • The HQ of ML was established at Lucknnow.

  • Initial membership of ML was 400.

  • Mohd: Ali Johr wrote the constitution of ML: The Green Book.

  • Inagural session of ML was presided by Nawab Samiullah.

  • Inagural address was delivered by Nawab Vikarul Mulk.

  • First session of ML was held on 30th Dec: 1907 at Karachi.

  • First session of ML held in Karachi 31st Dec: 1907 was presided over by Adamjee Pri Bhai of Bombay.

  • The original name of Mohsanu-ul-Mulk was Mehdi Ali Khan.

  • Original name of Waqaul Mulk was Molvi Mohd: Shah.

  • 1st President of ML was Agha Khan III. (upto 1913).

  • Sir Agha Khan remained permanent president of ML till 1913.

  • First VC of Aligarh University was Agha Khan 3.

  • Agha Khan III was born in Karachi and was buried in Egypt.

  • Real name of Agha Khan III was Sultan Mohd: Shah.

  • First secretary general of ML was Hussain Bilgrami.

  • 2nd President of ML was Sir Ali Mohd: Khan when Agha Khan III resigned in 1913.

  • Sir Mohammad Shafik was the second general secretary of Muslim League.

  • Syyed Amir Ali established ML London in 1908.

  • Quaid attended 1st time Muslim League session in 1912. (chk)

  • Quaid resigned from Imerial Legislative Council as a protest against Rowlatt Act in 1919.

  • Quaid became ML president 1919-1924 (chk it).

  • Quaid joined ML 10 Oct 1913.

  • Syed Amir Ali resigned from ML in 1913.

  • Quaid resigned from Congress and Home Rule League in Dec: 1920 (Nagpur Session) became ML president in 1916. (chk it)

  • Quaid held joint membership of ML & Congress for 7 years i.e from 1913-1920

  • He presided the ML Lucknow session of 1916 and Delhi session of 1924, became permanent president of ML in 1934.

  • Lord Minto came to India as viceroy in 1915.

  • Minto Morley reforms 1909: introduced separate electorates.

  • Minto Morley reforms: Minto was Indian Viceroy and Morley was state secretary for India.

  • Montague Chemsford Reforms came in 1919.

  • ML demanded principle of self rule for India in 1913.

  • Kanpur mosque incident took place in 1913.

  • Jillanwalla Bagh is in Amritsar. It was place where a number of Indian killed by the English on 13th April, 1919.

  • General Dair was the army commander of Amritsar during Jullianwala bagh slaughter (1919).

  • Lucknow Pact came in Nov: 1916.

  • Home Rule Movement was founded by Mrs. Annie Basent an English Parsi lady in 1916 after Lucknew pact.

  • Rowalt Act was passed in 1919.

  • Khilafat Movement started in 1919 and ended in March 1921.

  • All Indai Khilafat committee was founded in Bombay on 5th Juley 1919 and Seth Chuttani became its first president.

  • First meeting of All Indai Khilafat Movement was held on 23rd Nov: 1919 and was presided over by Molvi Fazal Haq of Bengl. Its headquarter was at Bombay.

  • Khilafat day was observed on 27th October, 1919.

  • Indian Khilafat Delegation met with Lloyd George.

  • Mopala uuprising in Malabar 1921.

  • Chauri Chuara incident tookplace in 1922.

  • Non-cooperation movement was called off by Gandhi because of Chauri-Chaura incident 1922.

  • Shuddi and Sangathan movement was started at the end of Tahreek Khilafat.

  • Sangathan movement was started by Pandit Malavia.

  • Treaty of Lausanne was signed in 1923.

  • Mustafa Kamal: first president of Turkey on 23rd Oct: 1923.

  • Atta Turk means the father of Turks.

  • Khilafat was abolished in 1924.

  • Last caliph of Turkish State was Abdul Majeed Afandi.

  • Hijrat Movement took place in 1924Who amongst the following were the first to invade India? Arabs

  • Real name of Mohammad-bin-qasims was Amadudin Mohammad (Pillar of Deen).

  • Mohd: Bin Qasim was nephew and son-in-law of Hajjaj bin Yousuf the Governor of Iraq (Omayad Period). He came to Sindh with 12 thousand men.

  • Mohd: bin Qasim conquered Sindh during Ummayads.

  • Siskar was Waziir of Dahir.

  • Mohd: bin Qasim tortured to death in Iraq by Sulaiman.

  • The Abbasid governor Hisham came to Sindh in 757 A.D.

  • Shabudding Ghori was the founder of Islamic State in India.

  • Qutubudin Aibk was the founder of slave dynasty after Ghoris.

  • Ghiyasuddin Tughluq was the first sultan of Tughluq dynasty.

  • Aurangzeb reimposed ‘Jaziya’?

  • Ibn Batutah visited India in reign of Muhammad-bin Tughluq

  • Babur used artillery in warfare.

  • Emperor Shahjahan= Khurram Shihab-ud-din

  • Akbar prohibited the practice of Sati?

  • Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya’s Dargah is located at Delhi.

  • Baba Farid Gang Shakar was the first Punjabi poet.

  • Waris shah is called the ‘Shakespeare of Punjabi literature’.

  • Tomb named Khawaja Moin ud Din Chisti is in Ajmer.

  • Hazrat Bullay Shah was a famous Sufi poet of Punjabi language. His tomb is in the city of Kasur.

  • Thatta was the capital city of Sindh during Argons and Turkans

  • Mohd: bin Tughlaq introduced tokens currency firstly.

  • Akbar the Great was born in Umar Kot.

  • Shalamar Bagh was built by Shah Jahan (Shahabuddin Mohd: Shah Jahan) (also called Shahzada Khuram)

  • Jahan Ara begum was the daughter of Shah Jahan

  • Mehmood set out on Somnath on17 Oct: 1024 A.D.

  • 1st battle of Tarrin was fought b/w Mohd: Ghouri & Rajput (1191), Ghori was defeated. In 1192 A.D, the 2nd battle of Tarrin, Ghori wins.

  • Ahmed Shah Abdali was the King of Kabul.

  • Ahmed Shah Abdali defeated Marhatas in 1761.

  • Pan Islamism introduced by Jamaludding Afghani.

  • Nadir Shah of Iran invaded Delhi during the period of Mohd: Shah Rangila (The Moughal Emperor).

  • Original name of Tippu Sultan was Nawab Fateh Ali.

  • 4th May 1799 was the day of Shahadat of Tippu Sultan.

  • The original name of Sultan Siraj Doullah (the Nawab of Bengal) was Mirza Mohd:

  • Battle of Plassey was fought in 1757 b/w Clive and Siraj-ud-Daula which established British rule in Bengal.

  • Sindh was annexed by Birtish in 1847 and was separated from Bombay in 1935 vide India Act 1935.

  • First war of freedom was fought in 1757 b/w Siraju Doullah and Rober Clive.

  • Sheikh Ahmad Sarhindi is known as Majaddid Alf Sani.

  • Sheikh Ahmad Sirhandi was born in 1564.

  • Mausm Khan, soldier of Titu Mir was sentenced to death.

  • Hajatullah al-Balaghah written by Shah Waliullah.

  • Shah waliullah born in 1703. Shah Waliullah died in 1763.

  • Shah Alam II was an ally of Mir Qasim in the Battle of Buxar.

  • During Jehangir’s reign Sir Thomas Roe and Captain Hawkins visited Moghul court to secure commercial privileges.

  • Real name of Shah Waliullah was Ahmed and his historical name was Azimuddin.

  • Haji Shareetullah of Bengal was the founder of Farazi Tehriz in 1802. Farazi Tehriz meant to pay more attention on fundamental of Islam.

  • Syed Ahmed of Rai Brelli (Oudh) was the founde of Jehad Tehrik against Sikhs. He was martyred at Balakot (NWF) in 1831. Pakistan Studies notes of all categories

  • Battle of Buxar was fought in 1764. Post of Commander-in-Chief changed to Chief of Staff in 1970.

  • Post of Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff was created in 1976.

  • East Pakistan became Bangladesh on 16 Dec: 1971.

  • Simla Agreement signed b/w Bhutto and Indra Gandhi on 2nd July’1972.

  • Nationalization of educational institutions & industries in 1972.

  • Nationalization of banks made in 1974.

  • Denationalization of banks make on Jan:9, 1991 (First MCB).

  • Pak: Broadcasting Corporation established on Dec: 20, 1972.

  • The constitution of 1973 was enforced on 1 March 1973.

  • PM under the 1973 constitution is the head of the cabinet.

  • The first general elections under the 1973 constitution were held in 1977.

  • First biogas plant established in 1974.

  • Ahmadis declared non-Muslims in 1974.

  • Colour transmission started on 20th Dec: 1976.

  • First electric train started in 1970.

  • Steel Mill founded in 1973 (USSR aided) in Bin Qasim.

  • Pakistan recognized Bangladesh in 1974.

  • Pakistan joined OIC in 1974, NAM in 1979, PTBT in 1978, SAARC in 1985.

  • Hudood ordinance enforced on 10 Feb: 1979.

  • Dr. Abdul Salam awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 1979.

  • Faiz Ahmed Faiz got Lenin Prize.

  • Gen-Zia successed ex-President Fazal Ellahi Choudhri.

  • In dec: 1981, Ziaul Haq announced Majlis-e-Shoora with 350 members.

  • Zakat & Ushr ordinance promulgated in 1980.

  • Wafaqui Mohtasib was created in 1983.

  • 8th amendment introduced in 1985.

  • Gen.Zia lifted Martial Law on 30th December, 1985.

  • Nuclear cooperation pact with China was made on 15th Sep: 1986.

  • Ojri camp tragedy occurred on 10 april 1988.

  • The Junejo government was dismissed on 29th May, 1988.

  • Zia died on 17 August, 1988.

  • US ambassador who died with Zia was Arnold Raphael.

  • Ghulam Ishaque Khan became president of Pakistan in 1988.

  • Pakistan’s re-entry in common wealth in 1989.

  • First test tube baby at Lahore in 1989.

  • PTV2: 1992, PTV Morning: Jan 6, 1988, PTV:Sep: 2000.

  • Kargil Crisis in 1999.

  • Musharaf elected president (10th) on 20 June, 2001.

  • Durand Line agreement b/w Sir Martimur Durand the FS of Britain and Amir

  • Abur Rehman, the Afghan ruler November 12, 1893 at Kabul (2050 km, 1300 miles)

  • HBFC was set up in Nov: 1952.

  • First satellite Badr-I launched on 16 July, 1990.

  • On 28 May, 1998 five blasts made at Chagi, the day is known as Yum-e-Takbir.

  • On 17 May, 1998 India blasted in Pokhran (Rajistan).

  • Pak: entered nuclear club on 28 May, 1998.

  • First bank of Pak: = Habib Bank.

  • Defece day=6th Sep:

  • Defence day of Pakistan is celebrated on Sep: 6 since 1966

  • Airforce day= 7th Sep:

  • Navy Day=8th Sep:

  • Kashmir Day=5th Feb:

  • Friday was declared holiday in Jan: 1977.

  • EBODO promulgated in 1959.

  • PRODA came in 1949-1954.

  • Wheat crisis occurred in 1952.

  • Number of basic democratc was 80,000.

  • Ghuauri is Surface to Surface missile.

  • Anza is Surface to Air missile.

  • Age of senator is 30.

  • Age of PM is 35.

  • Number of tribal areas is 11.

  • Pakistan Withdrew from SEATO in 1973.

  • Pakistan left CENTO in March 1979.

  • Nasir Shabir was first Pakistani to conquer Mount Everest.

  • Capital of was shifted from Karachi to Islamabad on 1 August 1960.

  • Indus Basin Treaty was concluded on 19th Sep 1960.

  • KANNUP was established in 1971.

  • Tashkent Declaration was signed on 10 Jan 1966.

  • Saudi King Shah Faisal visited Pakistan in the year of 1966 and 1974.

  • Pakistan was suspended from commonwealth on 18 Oct 1999.

  • Mr. Ghulam Muhammad was finance minister before becoming governor general of Pakistan.

  • Badr I launched on 16th July 1990.

  • First Agriculture University was established in Faisalabasd.

  • Pakistan joined SEATO in 1954 but later withdrew from it in the year 1973.

  • Moraji Desai, former PM of India was the only Indian leader awarded the highest award of Pakistan for a civilian.•Nasir-ud-Din Qubacha was a lieutenant of Muhammad Ghouri and served as Governor of Multan.

  • Durgavati was the ruler of Gondwana and was defeated by Akbar in 1564 A.D.

  • Maham Anaga was the foster mother of Akbar the Great.

  • Gulbadan Begum was the sister of Mughal King Hamayun. She wrote “Hamayun Nama”.

  • Infallibility Decree was a document signed by Akbar in 1597, which authorized him to act as the supreme arbitrator in civil and ecclesiastical affairs.

  • Battle of Plassey (1757) was fought between:The Ruler of Bengal and East Indian Company.

  • Lucknow Pact (1916) provided for the representation of Muslims in the Provincial Lagislative Councils in the proportion of One-Half of the elected members in Bengal to the Muslims.

  • The August Offer (1940) was aimed at Offering greater share to Indians in Services.

  • Nadir Shah, King of Persia, marched into Delhi in 1739.

  • Diarchy was introduced in the government of Indian Act of 1919.

  • Hazrat Baha-ud-Din Zakariya:

Ans. He was a great saint of Suharwardi branch of mysticism and flourished in Multan.

  • Sidi Maula was a saint of Jalal-ud-Din Khilji’s period and was executed on charges of political treason.

  • Juna Khan was the original name of Muhammad bin Taghluq.

  • Ain-e-Akbari is the renowned work of Abul Fazl about the Government of Akbar the Great.

  • Tarikh-e-Daudi A history of Lodi Dynasty written by Abdullah during the Mughal period.

  • In order to inquire into the injustice done to the Muslims during congress ministries, the Muslim League appointed a committee under the chairmanship of Raja Muhammad Mehdi.

  • Uch: A place near Bahawalpur district. It is the burial place of Makhdoom Jehanian.

  • Tabaqat-e-Akbari was the name of history written by ‘Nizam-ud-Din’ in 1593. It contains detailed account of Ghaznavids to the 36th year of Akbar’s reign.

  • Buland Darwaza was built by Akbar the Great at Fatehpur Sikri to commemorate his conquest of Gujrat.

  • Fatawa-e-Jehandari was ‘Zia-ud-Din Barani’s’ book on state craft.

  • Shams Siraf Afif: Author of ‘Tarikh-e-Firuz Shahi”.

  • Fuwaid-ul-Faud was written by Zia-ud-Din Barani.

  • Mirza Haider Dughlat:

Ans. He was a cousin of Babur and author of ‘Tarikh-e-Rashidi’.

  • Nadir-ul-Asr Mansur: The title was conferred by Mughal Emperor Jahangir upon his Court Painter Mansoor.

  • Muhammad Masum Nami: A Governor of Qandhar. He lies buried at Sukkur. He wrote “Tarikh-e-Sinkh”

  • Muslim League was founded under the leadership of Nawab Saleemullah Khan.

  • Allama Iqbal was elected as a member of Punjab Legislative Assembly in 1926 and chosen President of Muslim League in 1930.

  • Iqbal’s early poems were composed mainly in

  • Bang-e-Dara and published in the year 1924.

  • Mr Mountbattan announced the Partition of India into two independent states on 3rd June 1947.

  • The Cabinet Mission Scheme was placed before Quaid-e-Azam in April 1946.

  • The Forty: This term refers to the forty slaves of Iltumish who played important role in contemporary politics.

  • Panipat is a famous town near Delhi. Three important battles were fought on this ground.

  • Moeen-ud-Din Ajmeri was a great saint of Chisti sect of Islamic Mysticism.

  • Syed Brothers: Hussain Ali and Abdullah Khan who flourished in the early part of the 18th century are historically known as Syed Brothers. They were King Makers for few years.

  • Rohtas Fort was built by Sher Shah near Jehlum.

  • Firdausi wrote “Shahnama” and was also a court poet of Mahmud of Ghazni.

  • Auqaf: Muslims Holy religious places are termed as Auqaf.

  • Bahagar Kabir: Founder of Bakhti Movement. He flourished in 15th century.

  • Kashful Mahjub is renowned work on mysticism by Ali Hajveri (Data Sahib).

  • Abul Fazl: A leading light of Akbar’s reign. He wrote “Akbarnama” which is the most authentic history of Akbar’s period.

  • Mudrasa Rahimia was established by Shah Abd-ur-Rahim at Delhi.

  • Jainism is a religious movement started by Mahavirs.

  • The year when the Quaid-e-Azam decided that the Muslim League would join the Interim Government in India was 1946.

  • The name of a person who has been the Governor General as well as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Khuwaja Nazim-ud-din.

  • Tahmasap: The King of Persia who helped Hamayun to recapture his throne.

  • Qutb-ud-Din Aibak was a great commander of Muhammad Ghouri who laid foundation of Slave Dynast

y.

  • Ghazi Malik: was the original name of Ghiyas-ud-Din Taghluq.

  • Amir Khusrau: A great poet and singer. He was a disciple of Khawaja Nizam-ud-Din Aulia. He flourished during the Sultanate Period.

  • Dara Shikohwas son of Shah Jahan, he fought against Aurangzeb Alamgir. He was mystic and writer.

  • Bairum Khan was tutor of Hamayun and Akbar. He was chiefly instrumental in the victory of Mughals over Hemu in 1556.

  • Madrasa-e-Rahimia: A famous religious institution started by Shah Abdul Rahim (Father of Shah Waliullah).

  • Noor Jahan was a beloved Queen of Jahangir. She was an accomplished lady and assisted her husband in the affairs of the state.

  • The Objectives Resolution was accepted by the Constituent Assembly on 12 March 1949.

  • Sikandar Mirza was the last Governor General of Pakistan.

  • Zill-e-Elahi means: Shadow of Allah.

  • Sabuktgin was the ruler of Ghazni. He ruled Ghazni from 977 to 997.

  • Ibn-e-Batuta was a famous African traveler who stayed in the court of Muhammad bin Taghluq for several years. He traveled over the quarter part of the then world from China to India.

  • Kanwaha is the historical place in North India where Babur defeated the Rajputs in 1527. At this historical place, Babur broke his wine vessels.

  • Sarus Sadur: Guardian of Islamic Law and Spokesman of Ulema.

  • Qutbat-ul-Islam Mosque was built by Qutb-ud-Din Aibak near Qutb Minar at Delhi.

  • Francis Bernier was a European traveler who visited Indian during Shahjehan’s Period.

  • H. Kh. Baqi Billah Bairang was renowned saint of Naqshbandia order and was the spiritual guide of Hazrat Majadded Alf Sani.

  • Kitab-ul-Hind was written by Al-Bairuni. This is an authentic source about Indian culture and social life.

  • The ‘Objectives Resolution’ was passed at Karachi by the Constituent Assembly in 1949.

  • The “One Unit” bill was accepted by the Parliament on 19th October 1955 when M. Ali Bogra was Prime Minister of Pakistan.

  • Pirthvi Raj was overthrown and killed in 1192 A.D. at Thanesar by Muhammad Ghouri.

  • Qutb Minar of Delhi was designed as a tower of victory being the hallmark of the Empire of the Turks.

  • The famous garden Ram Bagh at Agra was laid out by Sikandar Lodi.

  • The Lodi Dynasty was founded by Bahlol.

  • Dara Shikoh in his religious thought was influenced by Mullah Shaida.

  • The famous manuscript “Shikasta” and “Nastaliq” were written by Aurangzeb.

  • In India, the legal status of the provinces was for the first time recognized under the Govt: of India Act 1935.

  • The proposal of Union of India embracing both British India and the states was put forward by the Cabinet Mission.

  • The JUP was set up in1948.

  • The Syed Dynasty was founded by Khizar Khan.

  • The Buland Darwaza is situated at Fatehpur Sikri.

  • Jahangir was imprisoned by Mahabat Khan.

  • Champaner is a General.

  • Mukhdum Jehanian Jalal-ud-Din Jehangasht was a saint of Suhrwardiya Silsilah.

  • Petticoat Government was headed by Maham Angah.

  • I will tear it or burn it or throw it away but never accept it. Who stated this about the Government of India Act 1935?

Ans. M. K. Gandhi.

  • The Rashmi Roomal Movement of 1905 was initiated by Muhammad Ali Jauhar.

  • The Indian Independence Act was passed in the British Parliament on 18th July.

  • Hazrat Nizam-ud-Din Auliya was a Sufi of Chishtia Order.

  • Manachi was a European traveler who came to the court of Jahangir.

  • One of the earliest coming Saints to India was Khawaja Qutb-ud-Din Bakhtiar Kaki.

  • Home Rule League was founded in 1916.

  • The Baghdad Pact was signed in 1955.

  • The System of Basic Democracy was first introduced in 1959

  • Hazrat Mehal’s real name was Umrao. She valiantly took part in 1857 War of Independence. She was the wife of Wajjid Ali Shah of Oadh.

  • Syed Ameer Ali was an intellectual of high caliber. He worked as a lawyer, a Judge of Calcutta High Court, founded Central National Mohammedan Association and remained President of the Hughlie Imambara. He worked hard for Muslim League and Khilafat Movement. He settled down in London and died there.

  • Manzoor Qadir was son of Sheikh Abdul Qadir. He was a seasoned advocate. He represented Pakistan at the International Law Association in Yugoslavia. He worked as Foreign Minister of Pakistan and Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court.

  • Lala Lajpat Rai was a great Arya Samajist. He took a most prominent part in the Congress affairs and along with Tilak and Bebin Pal took a prominent part in changing the Congress method from one of petition to that of application of direct sanction. He incurred displeasure of the British Government and was deported to Burma in 1907. He took part in non-cooperation movement and boycott movement.

  • Divide & Quit written by Penderel Moon.

  • Foreign Policy of Pakistan: A Historical Analysis is written by S. M. Burk.

  • Name the person who negotiated the Canal Water Dispute between India and Pakistan: Ayyub Khan.

  • Sindh and Multan were conquered by Muhammad bin Qasim under the reign of the Islamic Caliph Walid bin Abdul Malik.

  • Hazrat Ali Hajveri (popularly known as Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh) belonged to Suharwardia Order.

  • Fatawa-e-Jahandari was written by Zia-ud-Din Barani.

  • Under the Mughals capital of the lower Sindh was Thatha.

  • Kashmir was included into the Mughal Empire of Delhi in October 1586.

  • In a battle near Peshawar, Jaipal was defeated by Mahmud of Ghazni in 1001.

  • The Battle of Plassey firmly established the British Rule in Bengal.

  • When presidential form of constitution was imposed 1st March 1962.

  • The Qutb-ul-Islam mosque was built by Ghiyas-ud-Din Balban.

  • Who contributed largely to the spread of Islam in Bengal Shahab-ud-Din Suharwardi.

  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed fell martyr in 1831 at Balakot (NWFP).

  • The Scientific Society was founded in 1864 at Ghazipur.

  • In 1946 Elections, the All India Muslim League got 100 percent seats in the Central Assembly and over 88.8 percent seats in the Provincial Assemblies.

  • The Second Summit Conference of the OIC was held in 1974 at Lahore.

  • The “Asrar-us-Sanadeed” was compiled by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

  • The Central Muhammadan Association was founded by Syed Amir Ali.

  • The Muhammadan Literary Society of Calcutta was founded by Syed Amir Ali.

  • Mr. Jinnah returned from England in year October 1935 to reorganize the AIML.

  • The Indus Water Basin Treaty was signed in the year 19th September 1960.

  • The Alai Darwaza is situated at Delhi.

  • Baba Farid Ganj Shakar was a saint of Chishtia Silsila.

  • Arhai Din Ka Jhonpara was a mosque.

  • Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-Islam was established in the year1884.

  • Islamabad was made capital of Pakistan in the year 1959.

  • Muhammad bin Qasim was called back by Walid bin Abdul Malik.

  • Pirthvi Raj was defeated by Muhammad Ghouri in 1192 A.D. at the battle of Tarain.

  • Khilji Dynasty was founded by Jalal-ud-Din Firuz Khilji.

  • The R.C.D. was brought about in 1964 among Pakistan, Iran, Turkey.

  • The first and second Presidents of the First Constituent Assembly of Pakistan were M. A. Jinnah and Ch. Muhammad Ali respectively..

  • PARODA and EDBO were promulgated in 1949 and in 1958 respectively.

  • The All Indian Muhammadan Educational Conference was founded in 1886.

  • Tahzeeb-ul-Akhlaq was started in 1867.

  • The Queen’s Proclamation was made in 1858.

  • The author of “Mission with Mountbattan”: Compbell Johnson.

  • The Federal Shariat Court was established in 25th June 1980.

  • Khusrau Malik was the Governor of Lahore.

  • Sindh was conquered by Muhammad Ghauri in 1182.

  • Hamayun was born at Kabul.

  • Peacock throne was erected by Shahjehan.

 Length of Indus is 2900 km.

  • Source of Indus is Mansoorowar Lake in Gilgit.

  • Muztag pass connects Gilgit-Yarkand (China).

  • Khankum Pass connects Chitral-Wakhan (Afghanistan)

  • The Shandur Pass connects Chitral and Gilgit.

  • Khyber Pass connects Peshawar-Kabul

  • Kulk pass connects Gilgit-China.

  • Bolan pass connects Queta-Afghanistan.

  • Tochi pass connects Pak:-China.

  • Length of Silk Rourte (Korakorum Route) is 965 km.

  • Geneva Pact was signed on 14th April, 1988.

  • Simpla Pact was singed on 3rd July, 1972.

  • Numb: of words in anthem=50.

  • Numb: of lines in anthem=15.

  • Numb: of ammendements made 17.

  • Numb: of troops in a division are 12000 to 20,000.

  • Numb: of troops in brigade is 4000 to 5000.

  • Barrages built on Indus = 8.

  • Tarbela dam is in NWFP (Abotabad) on Indus river.(Largest)

  • Mangla dam is in AJK on Jehlum River(Highest)

  • Warsak dam is in NWFP near Peshawar on Kabul river.

  • Direct dialing system was introduced b/w Lahore and Rawalpindi for first time in 1964.

  • Rivers of Pakistan—– Punjab== Ravi+Chanab+Sutlaj.

  • :::: Sindh ===Indus, Hub.

  • NWFP==Kabul, Sawat, Zhob.

  • Baluchistan==Bolan.

  • Baluchistan is 43% of total Pak:.

  • Geographical divisions of Pak: are 1.Northern Mountains, 2. Western off-shoots of Himalayas, 3. Baluchistan Plateau, 4. Potohar Plateau & Salt range, 5. Lower Indus Plain, 6. Thar desert.

  • Pak: has 3 stock exchanges (confirm it).

  • Broad Peak I is on Karokarum range.

  • Colonel Sher Khan belonged to Sindh Regement.

  • Kot Diji is a fort in Khairpur.

  • Ancient mosque of Pak: is at Bhambhor.

  • Time taken to sing National Anthem is 1 minute, 20 sec.

  • Instruments used are 38.

  • Texila is in Punjab and NWFP.

  • Rashid Minhas martyred in August 1971.

  • Mangla dam is on river Jehlum.

  • Old name of Supreme Court is Federal Court.

  • 10 persons have received Nishan-e-Hyder.

  • Kharif (Summer Season) crops include—Cotton, rice, sugar cane, maize, Jaur and Bajra.

  • Rabi (Winter OCT-March) crops are wheat, gram, barley and tobacco.

  • Jhat Pat is the old name of Dera Allah Yar.

  • There are 7 rivers in Baluchistan.

  • Mast Tawakkal was the poet of Balochi.

  • Khanpur dam is near Haripur.

  • Skardu is also called “Little Tibet”.

  • Swat became part of Pakistan in 1969.

  • The most precious gemstone “Emerald” are found in Swat.

  • Gilgit is the capital of Northern Areas of Pak:

  • Khushhal Khan belonged to English period.

  • The alphabet of Pushto was prepared by Saifullah.

  • First poet of Pushto was Amir Karar.

  • Saiful Maluk is near Naran.

  • Dera Adam khan is famous for Gun factory.

  • Durand line is b/w Peshawar and Afghanistan.

  • Pakistan Forest Institution is located in Peshawar.

  • Bala Hassan Fort was built by Babrat at Peshawar.

  • Saidu Sharif is a lake in NWFP.

  • British took Peshawar from Sikhs.

  • Population-wise NWFP stands 3rd.

  • Area-wise it is 4th.

  • Lands down Bridge connect Sukkur with Rohri.

  • Guddu Barrage was completed in 1932.

  • Real name of Qalandar Lal Shahbaz is Shaikh Usman Marvindi.

  • In 1973 constitution there are 290 articles.

  • Pak: comprises of 61% of mountainous area.

  • National Assembly has 342 seats & Senate has 100 seats with 14 for each province.

  • Provincial Assembly seats Punjab=371, Sindh=168, NWFP=124, Baluchistan=65.

  • Name of Ustad Bukhari is Syed Ahmed Shah.

  • Real name of Shaikh Ayaz is Shaikh Mubarak.

  • Barrages on Indus are Toonsa, Jinnah, Sukkur, Gudo, Kotri & Ghulam Mohd:.

  • Ports and harbours are Kimari (Kar: ), Bin Qasim (Kar: ),

  • Jinnah Naval Base (ormara), Gawadar (Baluc: ), Panjgore (Baluch: ).

  • Deserts of Pak: Thar (Sindh), Thal (Punjab), Cholistan (Punjab).

  • Famous glaciers are Siachen, Batura, Baltoro.

  • K2 (Karakurum Range) with 8610 meters.

  • Mountain Ranges are Himaliya, Koradoram, Hindu Kash, Sulaiman and Salt Range.

  • Tomb of Babur is in Kabul.

  • Real name of Noor Jahan (Wife of Jahangir) was Mehrun Nisa.

  • NADRA was setup in Feb: 16, 2000.

  • The master plan of Islamabad was prepared in 1960 by MIS Constructinos Doxiades (of Greek).

  • National Institute of Oceanlogy Karachi =1982.

  • Pak: test fired Ghauri missile in April 6, 1998.1. When did the Sindh assembly decided to join Pakistan?

Ans. June 26, 1947

  1. By which margin the Sindh assembly decided to join Pakistan?

Ans. by 33 to 20 votes

  1. Who were the members of the Steering Committee of the Partition Council in the Center?

Ans. Ch. Muhammad Ali and H.M. Patel

  1. What was the description of the border between the East and the West Bengal?

Ans. “The new frontier would run approximately north-south from the Himalayan foothills, east of Darjeeling to the Ganges delta on the Bay of Bengal, leaving East Bengal in Pakistan and West Bengal in India”

  1. What was the population of Bengal before partition in 1947?

Ans. 60,000,000

  1. What was the area of Bengal before partition in 1947?

Ans. 77000 Sq. miles

  1. What was the estimate of the former Bengali population in both East and Wast Bengal after partition in 1947?

Ans. 35.14% in West Bengal and 64.86% in East Bengal

  1. Who was the Chairman of both the Boundary Commissions?

Ans. Sir Cyril Radcliffe

  1. Who were the members of Boundary Commission?

Ans. Mr. Justice Din Muhammad, Mr. Justice Muhammad Munir, Mr. Justice Mehrchand Mahajan, Mr. Justice Teja Singh.

  1. How long did the Boundary Commission work?

Ans. From 21-07-1947 to 30-07-1947

  1. According to Justice Muhammad Munir, by which date the award had been finalized?

Ans. Aug. 8, 1947

  1. When was the Boundary Commission Award Announced?

Ans. 17-08-1947

  1. Where was Mr. Radcliff staying between Aug. 8 and Aug. 17, 1947?

Ans. In New Delhi as a guest of Lord Mountbatten.

  1. Who was the last Governor of the undivided Punjab?

Ans. Sir Even Jenkins

  1. Who was the first Governor of the West Punjab?

Ans. Sir Francis Mudie

  1. Sir Francis Mudie found a sketch map left over in the confidential safe at Government House, Lahore. What was it about?

Ans. This sketch map was the advance information provided to Sir Even Jenkins by the Radcliff award commission on the possible boundary line of Punjab.

  1. How this sketch map differed from the actual Award announced on Aug. 17, 1947?

Ans. According to this sketch map the tehsil of Ferozepur and Zira was to be assigned to Pakistan, but in actual Award it was assigned to India.

  1. According to a publication of Manchester Guardian in 1950, Gurdaspur was assigned to India possibly owing to pressure from Lord Mountbatten. Why India needed Gurdaspur so badly?

Ans. It was the sole land route to Kashmir, which India had planned to occupy.

  1. How many Princely States were in undivided India?

Ans. 562

  1. According to 1941 census, what was the total population of all the princely states?

Ans. 93 million

  1. What was the total area of the princely states?

Ans. 712000 Sq. miles

  1. When was a conference of the Princely States rulers held in Delhi before the announcement of Partition Plan?

Ans. July 25, 1947

  1. What was the direction given to the rulers of the Princely States by Mountbatten in the Delhi Conference?

Ans.Join, either Pakistan or India

  1. Which 3 States had failed to decide accession issue by 15th August, 1947?

Ans. Hyderabad, Junagadh and Kashmir

  1. How was the decision of joining Pakistan reached by the British Baluchistan?

Ans. A jirga (assembly) of all the tribal chiefs of the British Baluchistan met on June 29, 1947 and unanimously decided to join Pakistan.

  1. Which was the largest state in Baluchistan?

Ans. Kalat

  1. When was the announcement of accession of Kalat to Pakistan was made?

Ans. April 2, 1948

  1. What was the area of the State of Kalat?

Ans. 75000 sq. miles

  1. What was the population of the State of Kalat?

Ans. 500,000

  1. When did the rulers of the states of Kalat, Las Bela , Makran and Kharan agreed to form a single State Union?

Ans. April 1952

  1. Which new provinces were constituted under the Indian Independence Act, 1947, (after being defined in Sir Cyril Radcliffe’s boundary award)?

Ans. East Bengal and West Punjab

  1. What was the population of the undivided Punjab?

Ans. 28,000,000

  1. What was

the area of the undivided Punjab?

Ans. 100,000

  1. Which districts of the Punjab province were allotted to the newly constituted Western Punjab province?

Ans. In Lahore Division, Lahore, Gujranwala, Sheikhupura, Sialkot. In Rawalpindi Division, Rawalpindi, Attock, Jhelum, and Shahpur. In Multan Division, Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, Lyallpur, Montgomery and Muzaffargarh.

  1. What was the area of the West Punjab?

Ans. 62,100 Sq. miles

  1. What was the population of West Punjab as per the 1941 census?

Ans. 15,800,000

  1. What was the percentage of Muslims in West Punjab?

Ans. 74.7%

  1. When did polling take place in N.W.F.P for referendum on the question of union with Pakistan or India?

Ans. July 6, 1947

  1. How many votes were cast in favor of both Pakistan and India in the NWFP referendum?

Ans. 289,244 for Pakistan and 2874 for India

  1. Which organization in N.W.F.P boycotted the referendum and who was the founder of this organization?

Ans. Redshirts, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

  1. Which two States decided to merge in Pakistan on 4th October, 1947?

Ans. Bahawalpur and Khairpur

  1. When were the States of Bahawalpur and Khairpur formally merged in Pakistan?

Ans. 7th and 12th October, 1947

  1. Who was the Prime Minister of the State of Bahawalpur?

Ans. Mushtaq Ahmed Gurmani

  1. What was the population of Bahawalpur state?

Ans. 1,500,000

  1. What was the area of Bahawalpur state?

Ans. 16,500 Sq. miles

  1. Which district of Assam voted in favour of joining Pakistan on July 6, 1947?

Ans. Sylhet

  1. Which three Frontier States acceded to Pakistan?

Ans. Chitral, Dir and Swat

  1. When did the Punjab Legislative Assembly decided in favour of the partition of the province?

Ans. June 23, 1947

  1. What was the verdict of the Punjab Assembly?

Ans. 91 members (including three non-Muslims) voted in favour of joining a new Constituent Assembly, while 77 (Hindus, Sikhs and Scheduled Caste representatives) voted in favour of entering the existing Constituent Assembly, if the Province remained united.

  1. When did the Bengal Legislative Assembly meet to decide on the question of partition of Bengal?

Ans. June 20, 1947

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