Modern Indian History & Freedom Struggle Questions (MCQs)

Multiple choice questions on Modern Indian History & Freedom Struggle for General Studies and GK preparation of SSC, NDA, CDS, UPSC, UPPSC and State PSC Examinations.

71. Which among the following was the real name of Dudu Miyan?

[A] Farhat Hussain
[B] Md. Shah
[C] Abdul Wahab ali
[D] Muhsinuddin Ahmad

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72. The North-West Frontier Province was established in which year?

[A] 1886
[B] 1901
[C] 1906
[D] 1911

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73. Which among the following were the results of the Santhal rebellion?
1. End of British rule in the area from Bhagalpur to Munger
2. Sidhu and Kanhu were hanged
3. Demolition of 36 Santhal village
4. Santhal Pargana was created
Choose the correct option from the codes given below :

[A] 1 & 2
[B] 1 & 3
[C] 1, 3 & 4
[D] 1, 2, 3 & 4

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74. The Communist Party of India was established in which year?

[A] 1915
[B] 1921
[C] 1925
[D] 1939

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75. The Congress Socialist Party was founded in which year?

[A] 1934
[B] 1938
[C] 1945
[D] 1948

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76. Which of the following founded the state of Hyderabad?

[A] Nizam-ul- Mulk
[B] Haidar Ali
[C] Sadullah Khan
[D] Tipu Sultan

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77. Which of the following translated the Kalidasa’s ‘Shakuntala’ in English?

[A] Charles Wilkins
[B] Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
[C] James Princep
[D] William Jones

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78. Which of the following was the British resident in Awadh at the time of its annexation into British dominion?

[A] Bishop R. Heber
[B] Colonel Napier
[C] James Outram
[D] W.H. Sleeman

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79. Which of the following bank was the first financial bank under European guidelines which was established in India in 1770?

[A] People Bank
[B] Indian Bank
[C] European Bank
[D] Bank of Hindustan

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80. The ruler of which one of the following states was removed from power on the pretext of misgovernance by the Britishers?

[A] Awadh
[B] Jhansi
[C] Nagpur
[D] Satara

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