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General Knowledge - History of India


1. The idea of Pakistan was first conceived by


2. Who among the following were popularly known as Red Shirts?


3. Who propounded the Saptanga Theory?


4. Wodeyars were the ruler of


5. The Governor General associated with the abolition of slavery was



6. Which of the following battles changed the destiny of a Mughal ruler of India?


7. Who Was the founder of All India Muslim League?


8. The ancient name of Bengal was


9. The relics of Indus Valley Civilisation indicates that the main occupation of the people was


10. The coast that belongs to Kerala is known as


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    Of all the iconic scenes in Hollywoods golden age, there is probably nothing more memorable than the sight of Marilyn Monroes infamous New York subway scene where she wore that famous white dress that got got blown away from the wind beneath the railings. That iconic scene was from Billy Wilders 1955 movie Some Like it Hot. Apparently her then husband, baseball legend Joe DiMaggio got so incensed by the attention that it led to their inevitable divorce. Apparently, it was also hard for Marilyn as her director required several takes in order to get it just right for the censors.


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