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The British government began direct rule of India in 1898.
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Pongal is a festival that celebrates spring and the triumph of good over evil.
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The capital of Sri Lanka is Colombo.
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Nepal and Bhutan are landlocked countries in the Himalayas.
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Rivers and good soil are the Maldives most important resources.
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South-central Nepal is home to the Indian rhinoceros.
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The last Chinese dynasty was overthrown by rebels under the leadership of Chiang Kai-shek.
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China is one of the richest and most industrialized countries in Asia.
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Which religion is defined by a strict moral code based on preserving life?
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The largest country of the Indian Perimeter is _____.
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The topography of Bangladesh is continually reshaped by _____.
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Very high waves that wash ashore are called _____.
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Which two countries of the Indian Perimeter are landlocked?
Nepal and Bhutan
Nepal and Bangladesh
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
Pakistan and Bhutan
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What geographic feature separates Sri Lanka from India?
the Palk Strait
the Indus Valley
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Which countries are mountainous enough to generate hydroelectric power?
Pakistan and Bangladesh
Pakistan and Sri Lanka
Nepal and Pakistan
Nepal and Bhutan
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Where is Taiwan located relative to China?
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Which of the following plants is typical of China’s humid regions?
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What river has been called “China’s sorrow?”
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