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87201. ‘Asbab-iBaghawat-iHind’ was authored by?
Answer: Syed Ahmed Khan
87202. After the election in 1937, non congress parties took office in?
Answer: Madras; Orissa; Sind and Punjab
87203. After the notice had expired the Non-Cooperation movement was launched formally on 1st August of ____?
87204. After the pact between Gandhiji and Lord Irwin in March 1931 many leaders became critical of Gandhiji’s leadership. What was the main reason?
Answer: Civil disobedience movement was called off
87205. After the Revolt of 1857, Begum of Avadh escaped to?
87206. The Governor General during the Sepoy Mutiny?
87207. The Governor General during the third Mysore War?
87208. The Governor General during the Vellore Mutiny (1806)?
Answer: George Barlow
87209. The Governor General during whose period Police was taken away from the control of Zamindars and handed over to the Superintendent of Police at district level?
87210. The Governor General when Calcutta medical college was founded?
Answer: William Bentick
87211. The Governor General when Coorg was annexed to British India?
Answer: William Bentick
87212. Interim Government with Jawaharal Nehru as the Vice President assumed power in?
87213. Introduction of the ryotwari settlement in Madras Presidency by governor, Thomas Munro (1820) was during the tenure of?
Answer: Lord Hastings
87214. ‘Janma Bhoomi’ was started by?
Answer: Pattabhi Seetharamaiah
87215. Joseph François Dupleix was the commander of the ______ forces in India?
87216. In 1888, who founded United Indian Patriotic Association, mainly with a view to opposing Congress?
Answer: Syed Ahmed Khan
87217. In 1905, Bhavani Mandir was published by?
Answer: Barindrakumar Ghosh
87218. The Viceroy when the Second World War was ended?
87219. Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee was formed in?
87220. The culmination of the series of the uprisings was the Mappila revolt of ……….?
87221. The Viceroy when India got independence?
87222. The date in which Gandhiji started the Dandi March?
Answer: 1930 March 12
87223. Belgaum where the INC session in which Gandhiji presided was held is in the state of?
87224. For how many years did Gandhiji live in South Africa?
87225. For how many years was Mahadev Desai associated with Gandhiji?
Answer: 25 years
87226. The Viceroy who resigned in 1876 over the Afghan question?
87227. The Viceroy who ruled for the longest period?
87228. The Viceroy who survived a bomb explosion at Chandni Chowk in New Delhi in 1912?
Answer: Hardinge II
87229. The viceroy who took steps for the restoration of Mysore, which had been annexed by William Bentick on the charge of misgovernment, to its ruling family after 50 years of British administration?
Answer: Lord Ripon
87230. The Viceroy who undertook the restoration of the Taj Mahal-Curzon For how much duration Gandhiji was sentenced for the first time in South Africa?
Answer: Two months
87231. Fort William College was established by Lord Wellesley in?
87232. Founder of Benarus Hindu University?
Answer: Madan Mohan Malavya
87233. Bengal led in most of the reform movements because?
Answer: The people were educated and enlightened
87234. ‘Bengalee’ was started by?
Answer: Surendranath Bannerjee
87235. Bethune School in Kolkata was established in?
87236. The Treaty of Bassein was signed between Baji Rao II the last Peshwa and the ____?
87237. The Treaty of Kabul was signed on 21st March 1905 by?
Answer: Sir Louis Dane and Habibullah
87238. In 1924 Gandhiji became the president of Indian National Congress. The session was held at?
87239. In 1933, Gandhiji started Harijan Yatra from?
87240. In 1934, at which place in Kerala, a girl named Kaumudi donated her oranaments to Gandhiji?
87241. In association with which conspiracy case 31 prominent trade union and communist leaders were arrested?
Answer: Meerut conspiracy case
87242. In the 1937 elections, out of the eleven provinces Congress formed ministries in ____ provinces?
87243. Name the freedom fighter who stated in his will that his body be cremated and a handful of ashes be thrown into Ganga river at Allahabad because of his lifelong attachment he felt to Ganga and Yamuna rivers?
Answer: Jawaharlal Nehru
87244. The Treaty of Mysore was signed between Tipu and the British in?
87245. The Treaty of Purandhar was signed between the English and the Peshwa in?
87246. The tribal leader who was came to be known as ‘Bhagawan’?
Answer: Birsa Munda
87247. Bethune School in Calcutta, set up in 1849, founded by?
Answer: John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune (established as a girls' school in 1849; and as a college in 1879)
87248. Between the period 1858-1947 , how many Governors General ruled over India?
87249. Bhagat Singh was hanged in?
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87250. Bihar Vidyapeeth was founded by?
Answer: Rajendra Prasad
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