Territory Of The Union

  1. 29.   The Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh (Transfer of territories) Act, 1959, transferred certain territories

           from the

    A.) State of Madhya Pradesh to that of Rajasthan

    B.) State of Rajasthan to that of Madhya pradesh

    C.) State of Madhya Pradesh to state of Uttar Pradesh

    D.) None of the above
    Answer: Option 'B'

  2. 30.   The Bombay Reorganization Act, 1960, partitioned the state of Bombay to form
    A.) The new state of Gujarat B.)The new state that is Madhya Pradesh
    C.) Andhra Pradesh D.) None
    Answer: Option 'A'

  3. 31.   The state of Bombay was spilt up into two states: one is Maharashtra and another is
    A.) Karnataka B.)Andhra Pradesh
    C.) Gujarat D.) None
    Answer: Option 'C'

  4. 32.   The Acquired Territories (merger) Act, 1960, provided the merge into the state of Assam, Punjab

           and West Bengal of certain territories acquired by agreement between the govt. of India and
    A.) Bangladesh B.)Pakistan
    C.) China D.) None of the above
    Answer: Option 'B'

  5. 33.   The state of Nagaland act, 1962, formed the new state of Nagaland with effect from 1-2-1964

            comprising the territory of Naga hills area which was previously a tribal area of
    A.) State of Sikkim B.) State of Mizoram
    C.) State of Manipur D.)State of Assam
    Answer: Option 'D'

  6. 34.   By the Punjab Reorganization Act, 1966, the state of Punjab was spilt up into

    A.) State of Punjab, Haryana and union territory of Chandigarh

    B.) State of Punjab and Haryana

    C.) State of Haryana

    D.) Chandigarh and Haryana
    Answer: Option 'A'
  7. 35.   The Assam Reorganization (Meghalaya) Act, 1969, created an autonomous sub-state within the state

           of Assam named as:
    A.) Meghalaya B.) Manipur
    C.) Tripura D.) Mizoram
    Answer: Option 'A'

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