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QUIZ- Name the Women Leaders?
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QUIZ- Name the Women Leaders?

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  1. Who was the first woman President of Ireland?
  2. Who was the first woman Prime Minister of Sri Lanka?
  3. Name the ‘Iron Lady’ of Britain.
  4. Who was Israel’s only woman Prime Minister?
  5. Name the woman former Prime Minister of Pakistan who was assassinated.

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ANSWERS

  • Mary Robinson [Dec 1990- Sept 1997]
  • Sirimavo Bandaranaike [ Served 3 terms as PM- 1960-65, 1970-77, 1994-2000]
  • Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher [ 1979-90]
  • Golda Meir [ 1969- 74]
  • Benazir Bhutto [ 1988-90 and 1993-96]

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F A C T F I L E

QUIZ- Name the Women Leaders?

Kalidasa was the greatest poet and dramatist of India who wrote in Sanskrit during the Gupta period. He wrote three plays- Malavikagnimitram, Vikramorvasiyam and Abhijnanasakuntalam. Among his epic poems, the most celebrated are- Kumarasambhava, Ritusamhara, Meghaduta and Raghuvamsha. His works have been translated into many foreign languages including French, Italian, English, German and Danish. His works are primarily based on the scriptures and are popular in Indian theatre even today. His works greatly influenced writers like Rabindranath Tagore and also late 18th and early 19th century European literature.

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QUIZ- Name the Women Leaders?
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