Indian National Movement - 03

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1. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: [1996]
List I (Period)
A. 1883
B. 1906
C. 1927
D. 1932
List II
1. Announcement of Communal Award from Whitehall
2. Formation of the All India State Peoples Conference
3. Foundation of Muslim League at Dacca
4. First session of the National Conference at Calcutta
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2. Consider the following statements:
Some of the main features of the Government of India Act, 1935 were the:
1. Abolition of diarchy in the Governor's provincesbr>2. Power of the Governors to veto legislative action and to legislate on their own
3. Abolition of the principle of communal representation. Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


3. The name of the famous person of India who returned the Knighthood conferred on him by the British Government as a token of protest against the atrocities in Punjab in 1919 was: [2004]


4. The leader of the Bardoli Satyagraha (1928) was: [2003]


5. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer: [1996]
List - I List II
A. Surendranath Banerjee - 1. Hind Swaraj
B. M.K. Gandhi - 2. Indian Struggle
C. Subhash Chandra Bose - 3. Autobiographical
D. Lajpat Rai - 4. A nation in making
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6. Assertion (A): In 1916, Maulana Mohammad Ali and Abul Kalam Azad resigned from the Legislative Council. Reason (R): The Rowlatt Act was passed by the Government in spite of being opposed by all Indian members of the Legislative Council. {2003]


7. The members of the Constituent Assembly which drafted the Constitution of India were: [2002]


8. The Anarchical and Revolutionary Crime Act (1919) was popularly known as the: [1996]


9. Match List I with II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: [1997]
List I
A. Butler Committee
B. Hurtog Committee
C. Hunter Inquiry
D. Muddiman
List II
1. Jalianwala Bagh massacre
2. Relationship between the Indian State and Paramount Power
3. Working of Dyarchy as laid down in the Montague- Chelmsford Reforms
4. The growth of education in British India and potentialities of its further progress
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10. The redical wing of the Congress Party with Jawaharlal Nehru as one of its main leaders, founded the 'independence for India League in opposition to [1995]


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