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Discussion Forum : Basic General Knowledge - Section 1 (Q.No. 75)
75.
GNLF stands for
Gorkha National Liberation Front
Gross National Liberation Form
Both option A and B
None of the above
Answer: Option
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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Lavanya said:   1 decade ago
The Gorkha regiments have been serving in the Indian Army ever since independence in 1947, when the Tripartite Agreement was signed. The regiments (totaling 7) primarily consists of soldiers from India's Gorkha community and from the Gurkha tribes of Nepal, they are famous for their use of the Khukri and have served gallantly under the Indian Army.

Jaspal said:   1 decade ago
The Gorkha regiments have been serving in the Indian Army ever since independence in 1947, when the Tripartite Agreement was signed. The regiments (totaling 7) primarily consists of soldiers from India's Gorkha community and from the Gurkha tribes of Nepal, they are famous for their use of the Khukri and have served gallantly under the Indian Army

Drhreh said:   1 decade ago
The Gorkha regiments have been serving in the Indian Army ever since independence in 1947, when the Tripartite Agreement was signed. The regiments (totaling 7) primarily consists of soldiers from India's Gorkha community and from the Gurkha tribes of Nepal, they are famous for their use of the Khukri and have served gallantly under the Indian Army.

Ashutosh mahajan said:   1 decade ago
Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF) is a political party in the Darjeeling District of West Bengal, India. It was formed in 1980 by Subhash Ghisingh with the objective of demanding a Gorkhaland state within India.

G. Krishna veni said:   6 years ago
The correct Answer is both A and B.

Mahesh said:   5 years ago
What is the final answer? Please tell me.

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