Pak Study Section 7

    • First Capital of British Raj was: Calcutta.
    • The oldest Intelligence agency of Pakistan: IB.
    • Keenjhar Lake is also called: Kalri Lake.
    • Karoonjhar Mountains are located in: Tharparkar
    • City of Glasses and Bangles: Hyderabad.
    • Indian National Congress formed on: Dec. 28, 1885.
    • Pamphlet “Now or Never” written in 1933 by: Ch. Rahmat Ali.
    • Reko Dik is a small town in which district of Balochistan: Chaghi.
    • Quaid-e-Azam met M.K Gandhi for the first time in: 1916.
    • M.A.O College Aligarh was inaugurated by: Sir Sayed Ahmed Khan.
    • Decimal System was introduced in Pakistan on: 1st January 1961.
    • FIA of Pakistan was established on: January 13, 1975.
    • Mughal emperor Akbar enforced Din-I-Ilahi in: 1582.
    • The period of 1947 to 1953 of Pakistan is known as the era of: Neutrality.
    • “The Murder of History,” “The Pakistani Historian,” and “Britain and Muslim India” were written by: K.K Aziz.
    • Dyarchy was abolished in: India Act of 1935.
    • The only country that did not pull out from SAARC 19th Conference scheduled in November 2016 in Islamabad: Nepal.
    • Current Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC), Pakistan: General Nadeem Raza.
    • Paris of Sindh is called: Shikarpur.
    • Instrument of Accession to India signed by Maharaja of Kashmir on: October 26, 1947.

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