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Exam Objective History for Students

During the thick of the Revolt, they said “if the Sindhia joins the rebels, I will pack off tomorrow.”

(a) Lord Dalhousie

(b) Benjamin Disraeli

(c) Lord Canning

(d) Major-General George Anson

Option c – Lord Canning

“It was the string that had hanged him ……..”. What was the 1857 rebel referring to?

(a) Electricity wires

(b) Telephone lines

(c) Television cable

(d) Telegraph

Option d – Telegraph

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?



(C) Security Council


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Mirza Asadullah Beg Khan, a poet of great repute during 1857, is known to posterity as

(a) Zauq

(b) Ghalib

(c) Benipuri

(d) Mir Taqi Mir

Option b – Ghalib

The stories of sepoy barbarity became very loud, and the Britishers started raising the clamour for punishment for them. Lord Canning tried to curb the hysteria for which he was derisively called

(a) Cruel Caning

(b) Clemency Canning

(c) Lord Canning

(d) Coward Canning

Option b – Clemency Canning

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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Just as in Delhi, the Lucknow insurgents set up a Court of Administration in Lucknow. A natural son of the ex-king of Oudh was crowned by them. Who was he?

(a) Birjis Qadr

(b) Saadat Khan

(c) Siraj-ud-daulah

(d) None of the above

Option a – Birjis Qadr

The Post Office Act of 1854 withdrew a very important privilege from the Sepoys. It was related to

(a) Sending unedited mail to the family members

(b) Getting free postage

(c) Courier services

(d) The privilege of monetary incentives from the British Government

Option b – Getting free postage

The British introduced modern weaponry of breech-loading Enfield rifles to use the Indian army more efficiently. From the early 1850s trial depots for the use of this new weapon existed at Dum Dum, Sialkot, and

(a) Ambala

(b) Meerut

(c) Lucknow

(d) Calcutta

Option a – Ambala

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