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163751. There was one socialist leader, who ran away from the Hazaribagh Prison and joined the Quit India Movement. Identify that leader from the given options:





163752. In 1600, the charter to the English East India Company for monopoly of eastern trade for 15 years was given by?





163753. Which one of the following was the first English ship that came to India?





163754. Who were the first European to set up sea trade centres in India?





163755. Who was the first Portuguese Viceroy in India?





163756. Which one of the following factories in Bengal was established by Portuguese?





163757. Vasco da Gama discovered the sea route to India in which one of the following years?





163758. Which one of the following was the first fort constructed by the British in India?





163759. Which one of the following European trading companies adopted the “Blue Water Policy” in India?





163760. The battle of Wandiwas was fought between?





163761. In the beginning, the motive of British East India Company was?





163762. Which of the following European wars flared up the first Karnatic Wars in India?





163763. Where in India, did the Portuguese build their first fortress?





163764. Which European power did assist Balaji Baji Rao against the Angres?





163765. The British East India Company was formed during the reign of?





163766. What was the name of the first ship of East India Company of England which reached here on August 24, 1600 AD?





163767. How many times did Vascoda Gama come to India?





163768. Where did the British East India Company open its first factory in India?





163769. Which Governor of Madras presidency made treaty of Mangalore with Tipu?





163770. Who granted the permission to establish the first British factory of Hoogly in Bengal?





163771. Who founded independent state of Bengal?





163772. Who among the following Europeans were the last to come to pre-independence India as traders?





163773. Who among the following introduced Cashewnut, Pineapple and Tobacco in India?





163774. The greatest Portuguese governor who laid the real foundation of Portuguese power in India was?





163775. Who was Sir George Oxenden?





163776. Which English governor of East India Company in India was expelled by Aurangzeb?





163777. Which one of the following Mughal emperors gave an important Firman to the English of facilitating their trade in India?





163778. The Peshwa who engineered the capture of Salsette and Bassein from the Portuguese in 1739 was?





163779. Who was the first Indian native ruler to accept the system of subsidiary alliance?





163780. The book “Zij Muhammad Shahi” related to knowledge of astrology produced in 1733 is written by?





163781. The South Indian ruler who introduced sericulture as an agro-industry in his kingdom was?





163782. What was the bone of contention between Nizam Ali, the ruler of Hydrabad and the English?





163783. The statement, “We have crippled over enemy without making our friends too formidable”, is associated with?





163784. Who among the following Mughal emperors granted permission to trade free of tax in the territories of Bengal, Hyderabad and Gujarat to the British?





163785. The Whitley Commission was concerned with?





163786. Whom did Sir Charles Napier replace as British resident of Sindh?





163787. When was the East India Company brought under the parliamentary control?





163788. Which one of the following Acts created ‘Board of Control’?





163789. Which one of the following, journals had conducted a bitter campaign against the abolition of the practice of Sati?





163790. “The emergence of British power in India is from the battle of Buxar.” Who made this statement?





163791. In 1757, Sirajuddaulah attacked British factory at?





163792. Which one of the following states was a Milk-cow for the British?





163793. Who among the following Europeans was first to come India to establish trade relation with their country?





163794. In which year, did the Nawab of Awadh virtually become independent of the Mughal rule?





163795. The permanent settlement of Lord Cornwallis gave the ownership of land to?





163796. The first English translation of Kalidasa’s ‘Shakuntala’ was published in 1781. Who translated it?





163797. From which year, did the British start striking Indian coins with the portrait of the British king?





163798. Which building constructed in India by the British was known as White Town?





163799. The British resident in Awadh at the time of its annexation into British dominion was?





163800. Who was the founder of the renowned Presidency College (Former Hindu College) of Calcutta?





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