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Indian National Movement

  • Wavell Plan –Essentially dealing with Indian demand of self-rule and reconstitution of Viceroy's Council was put forth by Lord WAVELL- the then Viceroy on – 14 june 1945
  • The cabinet Mission plan issued in the form of joint statement on 16 May 1946 proposed :Formation of a Union of India Comprising British India and Princely States and setting up of Interim Government
  • As Per the Cabinet Mission Plan 1946 elections were held in July 1946 for the formation of : Constituent assembly
  • Lord Mountbatten Plan proposing the partition of India and the creation of Pakistan was put in forth - On June 3,1947
  • Subhash Chandra Bose become the supreme Commander of Indian national army ( initially formed by captain Mohan Singh in September 1942) in – October 1943
  • When Japan handed over on Nov 8 1943, Andaman and Nicobar islands to Suhash Chandra Bose ,he named these island as : Shaheed Island and Swaraj Island respectively
  • The Indian National Congress Passed Quit Indian Resolution At : Its Wardha Session in 1942
  • The third person who presented himself as 3rd Satyagrahi launched by Mahatma Gandhi in october 1940 was : Brahma Dutt
  • Who called the Government of India act 1935 as Charter of Slavery – Pandit Jawahar lal Nehru
  • The East India Association was setup in London in 1866 by : Dada Bhai Naoroji
  • The Prominent Leaders of Indian Association which was established in Bengal on 26 july 1876 were : Anand Mohan Bose and Surendra Nath Banerjee
  • Who Presided over the Karanchi Session of Indian National Congress in 1931 : Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel
  • In India Dyarchy was started by : Montagu –Chelmsford Reforms
  • Which movement was started by Mahatma gandhi on March 12, 1930 ? Civil Disobidient Movement
  • On 26 september 1932 ,Poona pact was signed between : Gandhi ji and Dr B.R.Ambedkar
  • In 1915-16 ,the Home Rule League Movement was launched under the leadership of : annie Besant and Bal Gangadhar Tilak
  • By which act of british india was the Governor general of India empowered to issue ordinance/- Indian Council Act 1861
  • The demand officially made by the congress for a constituent assembly to frame the constitution assembly to frame the constitution of India was accepted in principle by the British government in what is known as : Aygust Offer of 1940
  • Which British Prime-minister of England sent cripps Mission to India in 1942 ? – Winston Churchill
  • In 1918 ,who founded Ahmedabad Textile Labour Association ? Mahatma Gandhi
  • Sarojini Naidu was elected the president of Indian National Congress in 1925 at : its kanpur Session
  • Muslim League passed on 23 march 1940 as : Pakistan Resolution
  • Who Founded Anushilan Samiti in 1907 in Dhaka ? Barinder Ghosh and Bhupender Dutt
  • In Which session of the Indian national congress did the historic union of Congress and Muslim league take place. ? Lucknow session in 1916
  • In the Interim Government formed in the year 1945 ,who held the portfolio of defence : Baldev Singh
  • The Muslim league demanded a separate homeland for Indian muslims for first time at : its Lahore Session in 1940
  • Who is considered to be the father of the idea of pakistan ? Mohammad Iqbal
  • The revolutionary who associated with the Indian Independence league was : Lala Hardayal
  • An interim Govt headed by Jawahar lal Nehru was formed by the congress in : September 1946
  • Indian War of Independence 1857 was written by : V.D.Savarkar
  • Rani Gaidileu was a rebel leader against the Britishers from: Manipur
  • The Congress Nationalist Party was formed to act as a powerful pressure group within the congress by : Madan Mohan Malviya and M.S.Aney
  • Who was the founder of the Khudai Khidmatgar Organisation : Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan
  • Who Said " The next 50 years let Mother India be only god to be worshipped by Indians" – Swami Vivekanad
  • Permanent Settle was a feature of : Zamindari System
  • The Indian National Congress adopted the resolution of Poorna Swaraj in its session at : Lahore in 1929
  • The newspaper brought out by Bal Gangadhar Tilak to promote nationalism was : Kesari
  • Why did Matatma Gandhi withdraw Non-cooperation movement in 1922 ? Because of Chaura-chauri incident
  • Simon Commission was appointed to look into the working of the : Govt of India act 1919


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