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Chaudhry Rahmat Ali

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1. For which reason is Chaudrey Rehmat Ali's name best known?
He designed the Minar-e-Pakistan
He coined the name, Pakistan
He built Rohtas Fort near Dina

2. Which year was Chaudrey Rehmat Ali born?

3. Where was he born?
Hoshiharpur district in Punjab
Nawabshah district in Sind
Ziarat district in Baluchistan

4. When and in which college did he pass his B.A. Exams?
Aligarh College, Aligarh, in 1918
Islamia College, Lahore, in 1918
Islamia College, Peshawar, in 1918

5. During his student years, which two newspapers did he work for?
Dawn & Jang
Nation & Frontier Post
Zamindar & Sayasath

6. When did Chaudrey Rehmat Ali leave for England?
October 1930
October 1933
October 1936

7. At which institutions did he study?
Cambridge University & Edinburgh University
Cambridge University & Oxford University
Cambridge University & Dublin University

8. Name the pamphlet where he coined the name Pakistan for the first time?
Pakistan Now !
Now or Never !
Independence Now or Slavery forever !

9. When was this pamphlet issued?
January 1933
January 1934
January 1935

10. Name the organization he founded in England?
Pakistan National Movement
Pakistan Independence Movement
Pakistan Homeland Movement

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