Who among the following wrote The History of British India (1817) based on utilitarianism?
Which among the following was called the ‘steel frame’ that sustained British ruie under Cornwallis?
Answer: The Indian Civil Service
The concept, ‘back to the Vedas’ was propounded by
Answer:Swami Dayananda Saraswati
The first railway line was opened in 1853 between
Mohammadan Anglo-Oriental College at Aligarh was opened during the time of
John Shore was known for his policy of non-intervention. However, he followed this policy only with regard to
During which of the following periods was the policy of subordinate isolation followed?
Which of the following Acts, passed by Lord Lytton, manifested clear-cut racial discriminations?
The consequence of Anti-Partition of Swadeshi Movement of 1905 was that
The provision of separate electorate for Muslim was envisaged by the
Answer: Morley-Minto Reforms, 1909
The main aim of Home Rule Movement was to
Answer: attain self-government within the British empire
The Young Bengal Movement in 19th century was inspired by
Answer: Henry Vivian Derozio
As regards the Partition of Bengal (1905) who said, ‘Bengal united is a power , Bengal divided will pull in several different ways’?
Who wrote the book, The Indian Mussalmans (1871)?
By the Charter Act of 1793, the Company’s commercial privileges were extended for another