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Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Modern India- Questions & Answers - 61

Modern India- Questions & Answers - 61
1601.The Governor General who abolished the titles of Carnatic Nawab and Raja of Tanjore and refused pension to Nana Saheb:
Lord Dalhousie

1602.The Governor General who annexed Satara to British India, the first princely state to be annexed to British India under Doctrine of Lapse:
Dalhousie

1603.The Governor General who appointed the first Law Commission: 
William Bentinck

1604.The Governor General who brought the General Service Enlistment Act, 1856: 
Lord Canning

1605.The Governor General who died at Ghazipore on the Ganges River where his grave and monument are still maintained by the Indian government:
Cornwallis

1606.The Governor General who established a Board of Revenue to improve the system of revenue administration: 
Warren Hastings

1607.The Governor General who founded the Royal Asiatic Society: 
Warren Hastings

1608.The Governor General who had begun his career as a clerk in East India Company in 1750:
Warren Hastings

1609.The Governor General who had lost his left hand in the Napoleonic wars: 
Hardinge I

1610.The Governor General who in 1849 decided that, after the death of Bahadur Shah II, his successor would vacate the Red Fort at Delhi and move to a small house near Qutb Minar?
Dalhousie

1611. The Governor General who inaugurated New Delhi on 18th January 1927:  
Irwin

1612.The Governor General who introduced Sunday as the weekly holiday for government offices:
Hardinge I

1613.The Governor General who laid the foundation of the Police force in India: 
Cornwallis

1614.The Governor General who made English as the medium of instruction: 
William Bentinck

1615.The Governor General who made Shimla the summer capital of British India: 
Dalhousie

1616.The Governor General who ordered that the successors of Bahadur Shah II would forfeit the title of kingship and be entitled as princes?
Canning

1617.The Governor General who passed General Service EnlistmentAct which decreed that all future recruits for the Bengal army would have to give the undertaking to serve anywhere if their services might be required by the Government: 
Canning

1618.The Governor General who ruled for the longest period: 
Warren Hastings

1619.The Governor General who succeeded his brother-in-law Lord Ellenborough who had been recalled: 
Hardinge I

1620.The Governor General who suppressed Pindaris:
Hastings

1621.The Governor General who suppressed the Thugs: 
William Bentinck

1622.The Governor General who visited Allahabad to review the working of Mahalwari Land Revenue System of: 
Lord William Bentinck

1623.The Governor General who was a British general during the American War of Independence:
Cornwallis

1624.The Governor General who was impeached by the British Parliament: 
Warren Hastings

1625.The grandfather of Gandhiji: 
Uttamchand Gandhi
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