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Modern India- Questions & Answers - 60

Modern India- Questions & Answers - 60
1576.The first Viceroy of India: 

1577. The first war of Independence in India lasted for almost: 
Two years

1578. The first women’s college in India was founded in: 

1579. The first English settlement in the Presidency known as Western Presidency was in 1618 at ______. 

1580.The foreign traveller who dedicated his major writings to Louis XIV, the king of France: Bernier

1581. The fortnightly journal ‘Indian Mirror’ was started in 1861 by: 
Keshab Chandra Sen

1582.The founder of ‘Mahila Rashtriya Sangh’: 
Lathika Ghosh

1583.The founder of ‘Paris Indian Society’: 
Madam Bhikaji Cama

1584. The founder of ‘Sathysodhak Samaj’: 
Jotiba Phule

1585.The founder of All India Scheduled Caste Federation: 
BR Ambedkar

1586.The founder of Arya Samaj: 
Dayanand Saraswati

1587.The founder of the Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1784?
William Jones

1587. The founder of Bharat Sthri Mahamandal  in Allahabad in 1910: 
Sarladevi Chaudhurani

1588.The Viceroy to whom Gandhiji wrote a letter in 1930 putting him before an eleven-point programme? 

1589.The founder of Calcutta Madrasa: 
Warren Hastings

1590.The founder of Dravida Munnetra Kazhakom:

1591.The freedom fighter on whose 50th birthday India got independence? 
Aurobindo Ghosh

1592.The freedom fighter who admired movies and supported Dadasaheb Phalke in his attempts to create a Swadeshi cinema: 
Bal Gangadhar Tilak

1593.The freedom fighter who was the only student to obtain his MRCP and FRCS in one year: 

1594.The French commander who was taken as a prisoner in the Battle of Wandewash:

1595. The Government of India Act 1919 had introduced the system of _____ to govern the provinces of British India. 

1596. The Government of India passed the Prevention of Seditious Meeting Act in: 

1597.The Governor General during the ‘Nandakumar Episode’: 
Warren Hastings

1598.The Governor General during the second Mysore War: 
Warren Hastings

1599.The Governor General when the Treaty of Seringapatam was signed in 1792 between Tipu and the British: 

1600.The Governor General when ‘Wood’s Despatch’ was proposed: 

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