General Knowledge 117

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The author of the novel 'All That Could Have Been' is ________?

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Nobel Prize : Literature
Year : 2005
Name : harold pinter
Country : united kingdom.      .. More >>

mastotermes electrodominicus:
n.
1.extinct termite found in amber in the Dominican Republic      .. More >>

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Gandhi Jayanti

Non Cooperation Movement 1922

It was the first of all nonviolent protests in India. Noncooperation movement officially started the Gandhian era in India. The sole aim behind this movement was to make people of India aware of that the British government can be opposed. During the protest, people refused to buy British goods and adopt the use of local handicrafts. Initially, the protest was going well and encouraged millions of Indians to stand up for the freedom. But, Chauri Chaura clash between police and the protesters ended up the dream of Gandhi Ji. He called off mass noncooperative movement and went on fast to stop the massacre.

Basic English Usage
Use hundred when there is a specific number, and use hundreds when you don't know or can't count how many. This rule also applies to thousand/thousands and million/millions.
  • This skeleton is thousands of years old.
  • This skeleton is three thousand years old.

    When saying numbers, always use the singular form:

  • 250 = Two hundred and fifty

    Two hundreds and fifty

  • 7,812 = Seven thousand, eight hundred and twelve

    Seven thousands, eight hundreds and twelve

  • $10,000,000 = Ten million dollars

    Ten millions of dollars

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