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A king of the Roman Empire, in 37 B.C, became the most powerful and ruled for 44 years.Who was that king?

A) Octavian B) Julius Caesar
C) Lapidus D) Mark Antony

Answer:   A) Octavian

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In 37 BC, Octavian became the most powerful man in the Roman Empire for 44 years under the titles of Augustus, which meant 'holy' and imperator, meaning 'Victorious general'. He also called himself Princeps, 'first citizen of the state'. The period of Roman history beginning with his rule upto A.D 284 is called the principate. His rule and the period following it were  peaceful and  are known in history as 'Pax Romana' which means 'Roman Peace'

Subject: World History
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When was the Opium war held between Britain and China ?

A) 1853 B) 1857
C) 1837 D) 1839
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) 1839

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Where is the 'Pearl Harbour' located ?

A) Atlantic ocean B) Pacific ocean
C) Indian ocean D) Southern ocean
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Pacific ocean

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Pearl Harbour is an American Naval base in Hawaii

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Which of the following tribes does not share its name to a mountain peak ?

A) Khasi B) Jaintia
C) Gaaro D) Bheel
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Bheel

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The international crisis in 2014 between Russia and Ukraine belongs to which of the following place ?

A) Crimea B) Abkhazia
C) Georgia D) Keev
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Crimea

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Whose winter residence did potala palace serve as till 1959 ?  

A) Jodhpur Maharaj B) Dalai lama
C) Pope D) Nepal Raju
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Dalai lama

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