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Facts about India - 2100 Questions and Answers -11

Facts about India -Questions and Answers -11

2001.  Who published a pamphlet titled Gandhi Vs. Lenin in 1921? 
S.A. Dange

2002.  The establishment of a separate Pub­lic Works Department in every province was during the period of:
Dalhousie 

2003.  The Communist Party of India was founded in on 17 October 1920, soon after the Second
Congress of the Communist International:
Tashkent 

2004.  The founder of Ripon College at Calcutta: 
Surcndra Nath Bannerjce

2005.  Which war was concluded by the Treaty of Salbai (1782)?
First Anglo-Maratha War

2006.  Who was the Viceroy when Montague-Chelmsford reforms were introduced?
Chelmsford 

2007.  The triple alliance formed against Tipu in 1790 included the English, the Marathas and: 
Nizam

2008.  Who was the Viceroy when the Minto-Morley reforms were introduced?
Minto 

2009. In order to give some concession to Indians in the field of admin­istration, the Government of ln­dia Act, 1935 was designed on the basis of the recommendation of:
Simon Commission 

2010.  The short biographical article titled Karl Marx - a modern Rishi was written by the Ger­man-based Indian revolution­ary-----?
Lala Har Dayal 

2011.  Who was dubbed by the British Government as 'A Seditionist in disguise'? 
Gopal Krishna Gokhale

2012.  Who was the Viceroy when the Non-Cooperation movement was launched? 
Chelmsford

2013.  Rajendra Lahiri was hanged in connection with:
Kakori case 

2014.  "The Indian Rebellion of 1857 was not one movement.. .... it was many"- Who made this statement?
C.A. Bayly 

2015.  The English daily started by Lala Lajpat Rai: 
The People

2016.  The First Surveyor General of In­dia and Scottish antiquarian who visited Vijayanagara in 1799: 
Colin Mackenzie

2017.  The leader of the Hindu Ma­hasabha who directed the Hin­dus not to participate in the Quit India Movement: 
V.D. Savarkar

2018.  The leader whom the extremists called 'faint-hearted moderate'?
Gopal Krishna Gokhale 

2019.  Under which Act did India come to be known as part of British territory for the first time?
Act of 1784 

2020.  The monument that was built to commemorate the soldiers who lost their lives in World War I: 
India Gate

2021. "Forget not that the lower classes, the ignorant, the poor, the illiter­ate, the cobbler, the sweeper are thy flesh and blood, thy brothers"- These words are related to:
Swami Vivekananda 

2022.  In which session of the Indian National Congress Sir C. San­karan Nair became President?
Amaravati 

2023. The Governor-General who es­tablished a Board of Revenue to improve the system of revenue administration: 
'Warren Hastings

2024.  Who became the President of the Indian National Congress for the longest continuous period before independence?
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad 

2025.  Who was the chairman of the Famine Commission appointed by Lord Elgin in 1897?
Sir James B. Lyall 

2026.  The first Muslim to become the President of Indian National Congress:
Badruddin Tyabji 

2027.  The committee appointed in 1927 to examine financial and economic relationships existing between British India and the In­dian States:
Butler Committee 

2028. The first Swadeshi dacoity or robbery was organised in the year 1906 in: 
Rangpur

2029. While staying in Rome, during a European visit, which Indian leader declined the invitation of Benito Mussolini to meet him? 
Jawaharlal Nehru

2030.  Who became the principal of the National College in Kolkata Founded during the Swadeshi Movement? 
Aurobindo Ghosh 

2031.  The Viceroy who introduced financial decentralisation?
Mayo

2032.  Who called Bal Gangadhar Ti­lak, father of Indian Unrest? 
Valentine Chirol

2033.  Who recommended the accept­ance of Pakistan in principle as a basis of settlement between Congress and League, in 1942 April? 
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

2034.  Who represented Indian Nation­al Congress in the Congress of Oppressed Nationalists held in Brussels in 1927? 
Jawaharlal Nehru

2035.  Who founded 'Mitra Mela'? 
Savarkar brothers

2036.  Who was the Viceroy during the Second and Third Round Table Conferences? 
Wellington

2037. Lakshminath Bezbarua was a nationalist writer in............. during the freedom movement:
Assamese 

2038.  The Governor-General who in­troduced Subsidiary Alliance? 
Wellesley

2039.  Who was the spiritual guru of Dayanand Saraswati:
Swami Virjanand 

2040.  The Viceroy when the First Round Table Conference was held in 1930? 
Irwin

2041.  Who gave a systematic critique of the moderate politics of the Indian National Congress in a series of articles entitled "New Lamps for Old"?
Aurobindo Ghosh 

2042. Who founded Madras Labour Union?
B. P. Wadia 

2043.  During Swadeshi Movement 'National Education Council' was formed by the freedom fighters in:
1906 

2044. During the revolt of 1857, Delhi was captured by the mutineers on:
12th May 1857 

2045.  In which year did Dadabhai Naoroji put forward his "Drain of Wealth' theory? 
1867

2046.  Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose established provisional govern­ment of India (Government of Azad Hind) based in Singapore on: 
21st October 1943

2047. In which year Shiromani Gurd­wara Prabandhak Committee was formed? 
1920 

2048.  Who led the Congress delegates in the Shimla Conference? 
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

2049.  The first to become the President of the Indian National Congress:
W.C. Banerjee 

2050.  The longest-running parallel government formed during Quit India Movement was in:
Satara 

2051.  The second session of the All In­dia Kisan Sabha held in Faizpur was presided over by: 
N.G.Ranga

2052. The venue of the first conference of the Indian National Congress in 1885: 
Mumbai

2053.  What is the name of the fort built by the English in Kolkata?
Fort William 

2054.  Which country banished the ship 'Komagata Maru from its territorial waters in 1913?
Canada 

2055.  After Vinoba Bhave and Jawaha­rlal Nehm who was selected as the third person for Individual Satyagraha?
Brahma Dutt 

2056.  Who founded 'Free Hindustan' in Vancouver, Canada? 
Tharakanath Das

2057. 'Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man'. Who said? 
Swami Vivekananda

2058.  Who was the ruler of Kashmir at the time of independence?
Hari Singh 

2059.  Muslim League joined the Interim Government on:
26th October 1946

2060.  The Naval Mutiny of 1946 began on: 
18th February 1946

2061.  The Naval Mutiny of 1946 began with the strike of the naval staff of the ship:
INS Talwar 

2062.  Who is the author of 'Social Background of Indian Nation­alism'?
A.R. Desai 

2063.  Dayananda was born on Feb­ruary 12 in 1824, in the town of Tankara, near Morvi (Morbi) in the Kathiawar region of the princely state of.. ....
Gujarat 

2064.  The first woman President of the Indian National Congress:
Annie Besant 

2065. In 1878, the government reduced the maximum age limit for the open competition for the civil service examination from 21 to:
19

2066.  Joseph Francois Dupleix was the commander of the------ forces in India:
French 

2067.  The Permanent Settlement was enforced in --- 
1793 

2068.  The youngest to become the Congress President: 
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

2069 A spinal injury while horseback riding left this person in lifelong pain for which he wore a met­al corset under his clothes. He served as the Viceroy of India. Name this person:
Curzon 

2070.  Congress ministers from how many provinces resigned fol­lowing the instructions of High Command in 1939? 
Eight

2071.  He was born with a withered arm and no left hand. He was appointed Viceroy of India in 1926. Name this person:
Irwin 

2072.  In which session of the Indian National Congress was it pro­posed that the ~1:ate shall own or control the key industries, mines and means of transport? 
Karachi Session, 1931

2073.  Name the person who resigned his position as Viceroy of India in August 1905 because of a difference of opinion with Lord Kitchener, the British military Commander-in-Chief in India:
Curzon 

2074.  TI1e British Committee of Indian National Congress was formed in:
1889 

2075.  Name the Viceroy who under­took the restoration of the Taj Mahal: 
Curzon 

2076. Which day was called 'Day of Deliverance' by Muhammad Ali Jinnah?
22nd December 1939 

2077.  The first Indian woman to be­come the President of Indian National Congress:
Sarojini Naidu 

2078. In which year Mahatma Gandhi became the president of Indian National Congress:
1924 

2079.  The Governor-General who made English as the medium of instruction: 
William Bentick

2080.  'We shall either free India or die in the attempt; We shall not live to see the perpetuation of our slavery' Mahatma Gandhi said these words in connection with: 
Quit India

2081. Bahadur Shah Zafar, who was deported by the British after the 1857 mutiny, died in the Ran­goon jail in:
1862 

2082.  In which year did Jawaharlal Nehru become the President of the In­dian National Congress for the first time?
1929 

2083.  In which year did Subash Chandra Bose become the President of the Indian National Congress for the first time? 
1938

2084. The British officer who under his own authority shot Balla­dur Shah Zafar's sons Mirza Mughal, Mirza Khazir Sultan, and grandson Mirza Abu Bakr at the Khooni Darwaza: 
William Hodson 

2085.  The Viceroy who is known as the father of Local Self Government: 
Lord Ripon

2086.  During the Quit India Movement the first 'parallel government' was established in:
Balia 

2087. During the Quit India Movement, Congress Radio was broadcasted from: 
Mumbai

2088.  Who along with Bhulabhai Desai resigned from Congress in opposition to the Quit India Movement
C. Rajagopalachari 

2089.  During the Quit India Movement which organisation was formed in Tamluk?
Vidyut Vahini 

2090. The parallel government in Baliia during the Quit India Movement was led by: 
Chittu Pandey

2091. Where 'Rakt Vahini' was formed during the Quit India Movement? 
Cuttack

2092.  Who described Quit India Movement as 'Irresponsible and an act of madness'?
B.R. Ambedkar 

2093. After Partition, a Malayali Muslim served as Pakistan's Ambassador to Egypt. The reference here is about 
Abdul Sathar Sait 

2094. Madras Mahajana Sabha was established in:
1884     

2095. Pondicherry was the main base on the Coromandel Coast of the:
French East India Company

2096. Revolutionary youth Madanlal Dhingra shot dead:
Curzon Wylie

2097. Sir William Sleeman was associated with the operation against the:
Thugs   

2098. The ‘Voice of India’ published extracts from Indian Press. It was started by:
Dadabhai Naoroji  

2099. The author of ‘1857 The Great Rebellion’:
Ashok Mehta

2100. The first Indian to be elected to the leadership of Communist International was:
M.N.Roy   
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