History (CBSE Class-8 Social-Science): Questions 137 - 141 of 198

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Question number: 137

» History » India After Independence » How Were States Formed

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Congress had promised to create ________after India won independence.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Linguistic state for linguistic group

b.

Hindi as the national language

c.

Hindu state for Hindu ideals

d.

Equality only among Hindus.

Question number: 138

» History » When People Rebel » Policies and People

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Why was the new law passed by East India Company?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Discouraged the Chrisitian missionaries to function in India.

b.

To convert the local people to Chiristianity

c.

To de-promote the regional languages.

d.

To convert people to Muslims.

Question number: 139

» History » India After Independence » New and Divided Nation

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Pick out the main challenge and difficulties involved in the resettlement and rehabilitation of refugees in India?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Providing accommodation for the resettled refugees into the newly divided regions.

b.

Raising funds for the railway projects

c.

High investment in heavy projects

d.

Providing education for the children

Question number: 140

» History » Changing World of Visual Arts » New Popular Indian Art

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________ is the one of the successful press that was set up in Calcutta in the late 19th century,

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Madras film society.

b.

Calcutta press studio

c.

Bombay art studio

d.

Calcutta art studio

Question number: 141

» History » Colonialism and City » Cities Under Colonial Rule

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Which cities are called Presidency cities in the late eighteenth century?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Trichy, Orissa, Meghalaya.

b.

Madurai, Surat, Pune

c.

Calcutta, Bombay, Madras.

d.

Ahmedabad, Kashmir, Delhi

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