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148101. The idea of prerogative writs has been copied from:





148102. The idea of Independence of Judiciary has been copied from:





148103. The idea of Directive Principles of State Policy has beencopied from:





148104. The idea of Parliamentary privileges has been copied from:





148105. The procedure of impeachment has been copied from:





148106. The idea of Bicameralism has been copied from:





148107. The scheme of federation with a strong centre has been copiedfrom:





148108. The idea of impeachment of President has been copied from:





148109. The idea of nominating eminent membersto Rajya Sabha has been copied from:





148110. The idea of Concurrent List has been copied from:





148111. The idea of Suspension of Fundamental Rights duringemergency has been copied from:





148112. The distribution of powers between centre and states has beencopied from:





148113. The Act which ended the diarchy in provinces and granted autonomy:





148114. Which Act red esignated the Governor General of Bengal as the Governor General of India?





148115. Under which Act the post of Governor General of India was renamed ‘Viceroy of India’?





148116. Which Act transferred the administration of India from the British hands to the Indian hands completely?





148117. The Indian Independence Act got the assent of the British King on:





148118. The Act which granted opportunity to Indians to members in the Viceroy’s Executive Council?





148119. Indian politics was brought under the influence of the British Parliament for the first time through:





148120. Which Act by the British Parliament made provisions for appointment of a Governor General for the administration of the areas under the East India Company?





148121. Which Act envisaged provisions for the establishment of a federal court for India?





148122. Under which Act Burma (Myanmar) was separated from British India?





148123. Most of the Constitution of India has been erected on the debris of:





148124. The British crown assumed sovereignty over India from East India Company, through the ......





148125. Minto-Morley Reforms were introduced in:





148126. What was also known as Montague Chelmsford Reforms?





148127. The reform which introduced the element of election in indirect manner for the first time:





148128. The first attempt to introduce representative and popular element was:





148129. The Act which introduced diarchy or dual government for the first time:





148130. The administrative reform that introduced the element of direct election for the first time:





148131. Indian Councils Act 1909 was also known as:





148132. Which Act provided separate electorate for muslim community for the first time?





148133. Indian Legislature was made bicameral for the first time in through:





148134. The Act which introduced federal structure for India for the first time?





148135. The last Act passed by the British Parliament in respect of the administration of India.





148136. The first Act passed by the British Parliament for the administration of India:





148137. The shortest Act passed by the British Parliament in respect of the administration of India.





148138. Who of the following was considered by the British to be The Father of Indian Unrest?





148139. Who succeeded Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as the 2nd Home minister of India?





148140. In which session of the congress was the resolution passed stating that “there should be equality before law irrespective of caste, creed or sex.” ?





148141. During the Civil Disobedience movement, who led the ‘Red Shirts’ of North-Western India ?





148142. Gyan Prasarak Mandali, an organization dedicated to the education of the adult was formed by –





148143. In which language was Kesari, a newspaper started by Bal Gangadhar Tilak published?





148144. Who among the following was associated with the foundation of Gadar party ?





148145. Who among the following were the leaders of the Indigo Revolt ?





148146. Hitavada, the newspaper started by Gopal Krishna Gokhale in 1911 was initially published from –





148147. Do or Die was one of the most powerful slogans of India’s freedom struggle. Who gave it?





148148. In the year 1946, who among the following joined the viceroy's executive council with the finance Portfolio ?





148149. During whose tenure as the viceroy of India were the great Martyrs Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru hanged ?





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