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Saturday, 15 September 2018

Modern India- Questions & Answers 15

341. Which movement was launched as per the resolution of Calcutta session and ratified
in Nagpur session in December 1920:
Non-cooperation

342. The leader of Hindu Maha Sabha related to Nasik Conspiracy Case? 
Vinayak Savarkar

343. Where did Gandhiji organised a Satyagraha Sabha in 1919? :
Mumbai

344. Who establish Sanskrit College at Benarus in 1792? 
Jonathan Duncan

345. Who started Anglo Hindu School at Kolkata in 1816? 
Raja Ram Mohun Roy

346. Chakravarthi Viraraghavacharya was the first Indian to draft a Swaraj constitution
for Indi. It was presented at the Madras session in _____.
1927

347.  ‘Salt suddenly became a mysterious word, a word of power" These words were
spoken by  whom on the occassion of Salt Satyagraha? 
Jawaharlal Nehru

348. As per the  resolution adpoted by the Committee of All Parties conference on 19th May 1928 who was made the chairman to consider and determine the principles of the Constitution of India? 
Motilal Nehru

349. Who started the newspaper 'Vande Mataram' in the U.K.? 
Madam Cama
**********************8 350. The Governor General when 'Wood's Despatch' was proposed: 
Dalhousie

351. Who changed his name to Ram Mohammad Singh Azad, symbolizing the unification of the three major religions of India: Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism?
Uddham Singh

352. Who was the Governor General when Santhal uprising (1855-56) held?
Dalhousie

353. The INA troops surrendered before the British army in _____: 
1945

354. Through which Educational Report, Calcutta University came into existence?
Wood's Despatch

355. The leader who initially opposed non-cooperation movement, but accepted it at
the Nagpur session of 1920? 
C.R.Das

356. The Montague - Chelmsford Reforms was published on July 8, _____: 
1918

357. The tribal leader who was came to be known as ‘Bhagawan’: 
Birsa Munda

358. Who was the Viceroy when Archaeological Survey of India was established?
Curzon

358. Who was the Governor General when a Tripartite Treaty among the English, Ranjit
Singh and Shah Shuja of Afghanistan was signed? 
Lord Auckland

359. Who was the Viceroy when India Councils Act of 1861 was passed ? 
Canning

360. Disturbed by the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and encouraged by Mahathma
Gandhi’s plan for non-cooperation who resigned from ICS while on probation in 1921?
Subhas Chandra Bose

361. During the Quit India Movement a parallel government was setup by Nana Patil in ______:   
Satara

363. The freedom fighter who was the only student to obtain his MRCP and FRCS in one
year: 
B.C.Roy

364. On 12 November 1930 who officially opened the Round Table Conference?
George Vth

365. Out of the total of 562 Princely States in undivided India, how many of them were within the new Independent India? 
532
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