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Post Objective: Pakistan's Foreign Policy.


Q. What is the length of common border between India and Pakistan?
Ans. 2200 Km.

Q. How many wars were fought between India and Pakistan?
Ans. Three viz 1948, 1965 and 1971.

Q. When Treaty of Tashkent was signed?
Ans. 1965.

Q. When Simla Pact was signed?
Ans. 1972.

Q. When SAARC was established?
Ans. 1980.

Q. When India exploded its first nuclear device?
Ans. 1974.

Q. What is the length of common border of China and Pakistan?
Ans. 600 Km.

Q. What is the name of Chinese province to which join the borders of Pakistan?
Ans. Sankiang.

Q. When Peoples Republic of China was established?
Ans. 1949.

Q. When were the common borders of China and Pakistan duly demarcated?
Ans. 1965.

Q. How much area was gained by Pakistan as a result of his demarcation?
Ans. 750 square meters.

Q. Did Pakistan supporter China to make her permanent of UNO?
And. Yes.

Q. How long is Pakistanís border with Afghanistan?
Ans. 1800 Km.

Q. Khyber connects Pakistan with:
Ans. Afghanistan.

Q. When Russia invaded over Afghanistan?
Ans. December 1979.

Q. When Russia signed withdrawal agreement?
Ans. 1988.

Q. When did Russia withdraw its forces from Afghanistan?
Ans. 1989.

Q. What is the length of common border of Pakistan and Iran?
Ans. 900 Km.

Q. When R.C.D. was signed?
Ans. 1964.

Q. When did R.C.D. converted into E.C.O?
Ans. 1985.

Q. When did Pakistan become the member of U.N.O?
Ans. 30 September 1947.

Q. When did U.N.O start functioning?
Ans. 24 October 1945.

Q. What are the important organs of U.N.O?
i. General Assembly.
ii. Security Council.
iii. Economic and Social Council.
iv. Trusteeship Council.
v. World Court of Justice.
vi. Secretariat.

Q. What are the total members of Security Council?
Ans. 15 members.

Q. When and where did OIC come into being?
Ans. 1965, in Morocco.

Q. When and where was the Second Islamic Conference held?
Ans. 1974, in Lahore.

Q. Where atomic explosions were carried out in Pakistan?
Ans. Chaghai (Balochistan).

Q. When did Pakistan join the Non-aligned Movement?
Ans. 1979.

Q. What is the Pakistani major export?
Ans. cotton.

Q. When Munir Report was prepared?
Ans. 1953.

Q. When Pakistan launched Ghouri Missile?
Ans. 6 April 1998.

Q. When Pakistan exploded its nuclear device?
Ans. 28 May 1998.

Q. How many devices were exploded on 30th May 1998?
Ans. One device.

Q. When did Pakistan rejoin Commonwealth?
Ans. 1989.

Q. When did the State Bank of Pakistan established?
Ans. 1st July 1948.

Q. When did Quaid-e-Azam die?
Ans. 11 September 1948.

Q. When did Indian occupy Jundgadh?
Ans. 8 November 1948.

Q. When did Objective Resolution pass?
Ans. 12 March 1949.

Q. When National Bank of Pakistan was formed?
Ans. 8 November 1949.

Q. When did Liaquat Ali khan visit USA?
Ans. May 1950.

Q. When Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated?
Ans. 16 October 1951.

Q. When Martial Law was imposed in Lahore?
Ans. 6th March 1953.

Q. When Muhammad Ali Bogra became Third Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Ans. 17 April 1953.

Q. When Defense Pact between USA and Pakistan was signed?
Ans. May 1954.

Q. When constituent assembly was dissolved by Governor General Ghulam Muhammad?
Ans. 24th October 1954.

Q. When Chaudry Muhammad Ali took over as the 4th Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Ans. 11 August 1955.

Q. When West Pakistan turned into One Unit?
Ans. 14th October 1955.

Q. When first constitution of Pakistan was introduced?
Ans. 23rd March 1956.

Q. When Sikandar Mirza dissolved East Pakistan Cabinet?
Ans. 26th May 1956.

Q. When H.S. Suhrwardy took over as 5th Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Ans. 12th September 1956.

Q. When I.I. Chandrigar was appointed 6th Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Ans. 17th October 1957.

Q. When Malik Firuz Khan Noon took over as the 7th Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Ans. 16th December 1957.

Q. When Noon-Nehru agreement was signed?
Ans. 11th September 1958.

Q. When Martial Law was imposed in the country?
Ans. 7th October 1958.

Q. When EBDO was promulgated?
Ans. 25 March 1959.

Q. When System of Basic Democracies was introduced?
Ans. 26th October 1959.

Q. When Capital was shifted to Islamabad?
Ans. 26th November 1959.

Q. When Field Martial Ayyub Khan was elected President by 80,000 Basic Democrates?
Ans. 14th February 1960.

Q. When Constitution of 1962 was enforced?
Ans. 1st March 1962.

Q. When Basic Democracy Election was held in East Pakistan?
Ans. 10th November 1964.

Q. When Ayyub Khan defeated Miss Fatima Jinnah in Presidential Election by 49,951 to 28,691 votes?
Ans. 2nd January 1965.

Q. When Six Points of Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rehman were announced?
Ans. 5th February 1965.

Q. When Rann of Kuch War between Indian and Pakistan was fought?
Ans. April 1965.

Q. When Indo-Pakistan was started?
Ans. 6th September 1965.

Q. When Tashkent Declaration was signed?
Ans. 10 January 1966.

Q. When did Field Martial Ayyub Khan relinquish office of President and General A.M.Yahya Khan imposed Martial Law in Pakistan?
Ans. 25 March 1969.

Q. When One Unit was cancelled?
Ans. 1st April 1970.

Q. When National Assembly Election held?
Ans. 7th December 1970.

Q. When Provincial Assemblies Election held?
Ans. 17th December 1970.

Q. When Indian Army attacked East Pakistan?
Ans. 22nd November 1971.

Q. When State of Emergency was declared?
Ans. 23rd November 1971.

Q. When Indian attacked West Pakistan?
Ans. 3rd December 1971.

Q. When cease-fire in East Pakistan was announced?
Ans. 16th December 1971.

Q. When Z.A.Bhutto took over as the 4th President of Pakistan?
Ans. 20 December 1971.

Q. When Hamood-ur-Rehman Commission on East Pakistan was appointed?
Ans. 24th December 1971.

Q. When Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rehman was freed?
Ans. 3rd January 1972.

Q. When Simla Agreement was signed?
Ans. 3rd July 1972.

Q. When Constitution of 1973 was enforced. Ch. Fazal Elahi was sworn in as the 5th President and Mr.Z.A. Bhutto as the 10th Prime Minister of Pakistan?
Ans. 14th August 1973.

Q. When National Assembly declared the Ahmadis as a minority in Pakistan?
Ans. 7th September 1974.

Q. When Awami Party was banned after the assassination of Hayat Sher Pao and on 20th October 1975 Supreme Court upheld this decision?
Ans. 10th February 1975.

Q. When National Assembly Elections held. PPP won sweeping victory but other parties refused to accept the results?
Ans. 7th March 1977.

Q. When PNA started country wide movement against Bhutto Government?
Ans. 14th March 1977.

Q. When talks between PNA and Bhutto Government held. An agreement was reached but could not be implemented?
Ans. 3rd to 15th June 1977.

Q. When General Zia-ul-Haq imposed Martial Law in Pakistan. Mr. Z.A. Bhutto and other leaders were taken in custody?
Ans. 5th July 1977.

Q. When Supreme Court announced that Martial Law was legal?

Ans. 10th November 1977.

Q. When Hadood Ordinance was promulgated?
Ans. 10th February 1979.

Q. When Wafaqi Shariat Court was established?
Ans. 26th May 1980.

Q. When Zakat and Ushr Ordinance was issued?
Ans. 20th June 1980.

Q. When Zia-ul-Haq addressed U.N.O.?
Ans. 1st October 1980.

Q. When Islamic University was established?
Ans. 10th November 1980.

Q. When Ramazan Ordinance was promulgated?
Ans. July 1981.

Q. When Majlis-e-Shoora was formed?
Ans. 4th December 1981.

Q. When Qazi Courts were established?
Ans. February 1983.

Q. When 6th Five-Year Plan was made?
Ans. May 1983.

Q. When Wafaqi Mohtasib was appointed?
Ans. August 1984.

Q. When Interest Free Banking was introduced?
Ans. July 1984.

Q. When Nizam-e-Salat was introduced?
Ans. August 1984.

Q. When Presidential Referendums held?
Ans. 19th December 1984.

Q. When Election Schedule for 1985 elections announced?
Ans. 12th January 1985.

Q. When National Assembly Elections held?
Ans. February 1985.

Q. When Provincial Assembly Elections held?
Ans. 8th February 1985.

Q. When Zia-ul-Haq nominated Muhammad Khan Junejo as Prime Minister of Pakistan?

Ans. 10th March 1985.

Q. When Muhammad Khan Junejo sworn-in as Prime Minster of Pakistan?
Ans. March 1985.

Q. When Martial Law was lifted and Fundamental rights restored?
Ans. December 1985.

Q. When President Ghulam Ishaq Khan dissolved the National and Provincial Assemblies?
Ans. 6th August 1990.

Q. When National Assembly elections held in 1990?
Ans. 24th October 1990.

Q. When Provincial Assembly elections held in 1990?
Ans. 27th October 1990.

Q. When Mian Nawaz Sharif was elected leader of the Parliamentary group?
Ans. 1st November 1990.

Q. When Member of National Assembly sworn-in?
Ans. 3rd and 4th November 1990.

Q. When Mian Nawaz Sharif elected as the 13th Prime Minister of Paksitan?
Ans. 6th November 1990.

Q. When President Ghulam Ishaq Khan dissolved the National Assembly and Nawaz Sharifís Government was dismissed. Mir Balakh Sher Mazari was sworn-in as caretaker Prime Minister in 1993?
Ans. 19th April 1993.

Q. When President appointed Nazim Hasan Shah as permanent Chief Justice of Pakistan?
Ans. 27th April 1993.

Q. When Nawaz Government and National Assembly was restored. Supreme Court declared Presidential Order ultra vires Judgment passed?
Ans. 26th May 1993.
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