Pakistan Affairs CSS-2006




❑ Select the best option and fill in the appropriate box on the Answer Sheet:

  1. From 1858 up to about 1870 nearly all British politicians, authors blamed the Muslims for:

(a) Disloyalty                 (b) Independence               (c) Leadership                 (d) None of these

  1. Indo-Muslim culture in details is overwhelmingly:

(a) Central Asian           (b) Arabian                              (c) Iranian                     (d) None of these

  1. “The Millat and Menace of Indianism” is written by:

(a) Muhammad All             (b) Ch. Rehmat Ali (c) Shaukat All       (d) None of these

  1. Indian Khilafat Deputation visited England to put their views before Lloyd George in:

(a) 1940                        (b) 1930                         (c) 1920                        (d) None of these

  1. The Lucknow Pact was conceived by: (a) Lord Chelmsford (b) John Simon (c) Edward Cadogan (d) None of these
  2. Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan was leader of:

(a) Muslim League         (b) Unionist Party          (c) Congress                   (d) None of these

  1. In 1917, Kheiri Brothers suggested a plan of partition of India in Conference of the Socialist International held in:

(a) London                      (b) Oslo                           (c) Stockholm                (d) None of these

  1. In 1928 Agha Khan III advocated independence of each province at the meeting of All Parties Convention in:

(a) Patna                         (b) Hyderabad              (c) Calcutta                    (d) None of these

  1. Founder of Pakistan M. A. Jinnah declared unequivocally that “it is impossible to work a democratic parliamentary government in India” in press interview given to:

(a) The Hindustan Times                                           (b) Manchester Guardian

(c) The Financial Times                                       (d) None of these

  1. Kazi Saecduddin Ahmad, an eminent geographer and scholar of Aligarh University was subsequently appointed as the first Head of Geography department Punjab University on:

(a) 20th April 1945 (b) 24th May 1945             (c) 10th June 1945          (d) None of these

  1. On 7th August, 1947 Muhammad Ali Jinnah left India for the last time and flew to: (a) Quetta (b) Lahore                     (c) Karachi                     (d) None of these
  2. Junagadh was a small maritime state and had an area of: (a) 8 643km2 (b) 8,003km2 (c) 7,843km2                     (d) None of these

Tethys’s deposits finally turned to be:

(a) Western Ghats                (b) Himalayas               (c) Karakoram              (d) None of these

The Salt Range lies in the large accumulation of pure salt at Khewra and:

(a) Attock                               (b) Jhelum                      (c) Kalabagh                (d) None of these
Land holdings mldfianrgs sin Pakistan arc characterized by:

(a) _______________________________________  

(b) Very big farms                    (c) Very small farms (d) None of these

The Pakistan Forest Institute, a national organization was established in:

(a) 1957                                   (b) 1947                          (c) 1967                         (d) None of these
ABDa.ha.uKddhiann Zakariya University archaeologist has discovered a prehistoric site at Vohawa in:

(a) G

(b) Chitral                                  (c) Quetta                       (d) None of these

  1. NHA is custodian of 39 national highways/ motorways/ expressways/ strategic routes having a total length of:

(a) 11,131 kms              (b) 12,131 kms              (c) 13,134 kms              (d) None of these

  1. Recent earthquake of October 2005 was result of:

(a) Volcanic activity                                             (b) Tectonic dislocation

(c) Severe flooding                                               (d) None of these

  1. Relics of stone tools found in caves and terraces that date back to Pleistocene period have been discovered in:

(a) Sind                           (b) Punjab                      (c) Balochistan             (d) None of these