Ganga Plane was burnt by a Kashmiri Mujahid at the Airport of:

A) Karachi

B) Rawalpindi

C) Lahore

D) None of these

On 30 January 1971, an Indian Airlines passenger airliner named Ganga, flying from Srinagar to Jammu, was hijacked by two Kashmiri separatists. The hijackers were Hashim Qureshi and Ashraf Qureshi. The aircraft was flown to Lahore, Pakistan where the passengers and the crew were released and the aircraft was burnt down

Iraq occupied Kuwait in:

A) July 1990

B) August 1990

C) June 1991

D) September 1992

On 2 August 1990, Iraq invaded Kuwait to control over the oil supply of the Middle East. UN Security Council demanded that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein withdraw Iraqi troops from Kuwait, but Hussein refused.

Over the course of six weeks in January and February 1991, a United States-led coalition of 34 nations began an intensive bombing campaign against strategic Iraqi locations, culminating with a four-day ground campaign against Iraqi forces known as Operation Desert Storm.

At the end of February, Hussein signed a cease-fire agreement and released Kuwait. After the war, Iraq was required to submit to inspections to ensure it possessed no chemical or other weapons of mass destruction.