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GK Exam History

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GK Exam History Objective for Students

Which one of the following is considered to have sparked off the 1857 Revolt?

(a) Annexation of Awadh

(b) The introduction of greased cartridges for the new Enfield rifle

(c) The anti-sati legislation

(d) All of the above

Option b – The introduction of greased cartridges for the new Enfield rifle

The White Mutiny occurred after the 1857 Revolt because:

(a) several Indian rulers objected to the takeover by the Crown

(b) European soldiers of the Company’s army were opposed to the transfer of services to the Crown

(c) the Queen’s Proclamation gave equal rights to all Indians

(d) None of the above

Option b – European soldiers of the Company’s army were opposed to the transfer of services to the Crown

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?

(A) ILO

(B) WHO

(C) Security Council

(D) ASEAN

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Which one of the following was not a consequence of the 1857 Revolt?

(a) European troops were increased in India

(b) Different classes of sepoys were mixed

(c) Artillery and advanced weapons were placed in European hands

(d) Hindus and Muslims began to be appeased equally

Option d – Hindus and Muslims began to be appeased equally

What mainly prevented Bombay and Madras from joining the revolt in 1857 like the northern provinces?

(a) They were too far from the seat of British administration

(b) The administrators there were comparatively enlightened and benevolent

(c) The ryotwari settlement had stripped them of effective leadership

(d) They did not experience the annexations to the same extent

Option c – The ryotwari settlement had stripped them of effective leadership

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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The Commander-in-Chief of Nana Saheb’s forces who were later caught and hanged by the British was:

(a) Tantia Tope

(b) Bijlis Khan

(c) Azimullah

(d) None of these

Option a – Tantia Tope

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