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Who is the author of the book "TINDERBOX - The Past and Future of Pakistan"?

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War on Terrorism or American Strategy for Global Dominance" is authored by which of the following authors?

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Which Gharana of Classical singing did Late Pandit Bhimsen Joshi belong to?

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Damon Galgut's 'In a Strange Room' was recently in news for:

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The Naive and the Sentimental Novelist' is a 2010 publication of Harvard University Press of which of the following authors?

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Gustavo Santaol all who composed the music to the song "Stranger Lives" in the movie "Dhobi Ghat", is from which of the following nations?

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Indian driver Karun Chandok was recently in the news for which of the following?

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Who is the author of the book `Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and his Struggle with India', criticised for its content?

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Which one of the following films was officially selected to compete in the Un Certain Regard (A Certain Glance) category at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival?

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Mauritius called the [1] an "illegal colonial occupier", after it ignored a UN mandated deadline to return the [2] Islands, a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean, to Mauritius. The United Nations had given [1] six months to process the transfer. Mauritius has argued that the [2] Islands has been a part of its territory since at least the 18th century, till the [1] broke the archipelago away from Mauritius in 1965 and the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches from Seychelles in the region to form British Indian Ocean Territory. In June 1976, after Seychelles gained independence from the [1], the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches were returned by the [1]. After independence, Mauritius had proposed an exchange allowing the [1] to let the [3] use the [2] Islands for defence purposes till those needs ceased, in exchange for increasing the quota of sugar imports into the [3], a move that would contribute to Mauritius' economy. The [1] rejected the proposal stating that the [3] could not be involved in any treaty despite using the islands themselves.

Which of the following countries has been replaced with '[1]' in the passage above?

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Mauritius called the [1] an "illegal colonial occupier" after it ignored a UN mandated deadline to return the [2] Islands, a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean, to Mauritius. The United Nations had given [1] six months to process the transfer. Mauritius has argued that the [2] Islands has been a part of its territory since at least the 18th century, till the [1] broke the archipelago away from Mauritius in 1965 and the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches from Seychelles in the region to form British Indian Ocean Territory. In June 1976, after Seychelles gained independence from the [1], the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches were returned by the [1]. After independence, Mauritius had proposed an exchange allowing the [1] to let the [3] use the [2] Islands for defense purposes till those needs ceased, in exchange for increasing the quota of sugar imports into the [3], a move that would contribute to Mauritius' economy. The [1] rejected the proposal stating that the [3] could not be involved in any treaty despite using the islands themselves.

Who was sworn in as the President of Mauritius on 2nd December 2019?

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Mauritius called the [1] an "illegal colonial occupier" after it ignored a UN mandated deadline to return the [2] Islands, a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean, to Mauritius. The United Nations had given [1] six months to process the transfer. Mauritius has argued that the [2] Islands has been a part of its territory since at least the 18th century, till the [1] broke the archipelago away from Mauritius in 1965 and the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches from Seychelles in the region to form British Indian Ocean Territory. In June 1976, after Seychelles gained independence from the [1], the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches were returned by the [1]. After independence, Mauritius had proposed an exchange allowing the [1] to let the [3] use the [2] Islands for defence purposes till those needs ceased, in exchange for increasing the quota of sugar imports into the [3], a move that would contribute to Mauritius' economy. The [1] rejected the proposal stating that the [3] could not be involved in any treaty despite using the islands themselves.

What is the name of the Island whose name has been replaced with '[2]' in the passage above?

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Mauritius called the [1] an "illegal colonial occupier" after it ignored a UN-mandated deadline to return the [2] Islands, a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean, to Mauritius. The United Nations had given [1] six months to process the transfer. Mauritius has argued that the [2] Islands has been a part of its territory since at least the 18th century, till the [1] broke the archipelago away from Mauritius in 1965 and the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches from Seychelles in the region to form British Indian Ocean Territory. In June 1976, after Seychelles gained independence from the [1], the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches were returned by the [1]. After independence, Mauritius had proposed an exchange allowing the [1] to let the [3] use the [2] Islands for defense purposes till those needs ceased, in exchange for increasing the quota of sugar imports into the [3], a move that would contribute to Mauritius' economy. The [1] rejected the proposal stating that the [3] could not be involved in any treaty despite using the islands themselves.

Which of the following countries has been replaced with '[3]' in the passage above? 

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Mauritius called the [1] an "illegal colonial occupier" after it ignored a UN-mandated deadline to return the [2] Islands, a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean, to Mauritius. The United Nations had given [1] six months to process the transfer. Mauritius has argued that the [2] Islands has been a part of its territory since at least the 18th century, till the [1] broke the archipelago away from Mauritius in 1965 and the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches from Seychelles in the region to form British Indian Ocean Territory. In June 1976, after Seychelles gained independence from the [1], the islands of Aldabra, Farquhar, and Desroches were returned by the [1]. After independence, Mauritius had proposed an exchange allowing the [1] to let the [3] use the [2] Islands for defense purposes till those needs ceased, in exchange for increasing the quota of sugar imports into the [3], a move that would contribute to Mauritius' economy. The [1] rejected the proposal stating that the [3] could not be involved in any treaty despite using the islands themselves.

Which of the following is a factually accurate statement in relation to Mauritius?

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India has recently set up the latest ISRO‘s Satellite Tracking and Data Reception Centre in:

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The maximum punishment for a cyber-stalker imposed by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan is:

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Which of the following fruits got the Geographical Indication during October 2018?

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The richest person in the world as per the details revealed in March 2019 is:

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The fastest train in India is:

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The National Common Mobility Card (NCMC), launched by the Central Government recently is also dubbed as:

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