(A) (a) The aggressive designs of the English,
(B) (b) The aggressive designs of Nepal,
(C) (c) The attack of Nepal on British territory,
(D) (d) Disputed claim over the districts of Butwal and Sheoraj.
(A) (a) Sindh,
(B) (b) Cis-Satlaj states,
(C) (c) Kashmir.
(D) None of these
(A) (a) Pegu, viz., lower Burma was annexed to the British empire,
(B) (b) The Burmese ruler accepted the sovereignty of the British,
(C) (c) The Burmese ruler accepted to hand over its foreign policy to the English,
(D) (d) The British got a free passage to China for trade through Burma.
(A) (a) Factory Act, 1881,
(B) (b) Repeal of Vernacular Press Act, 1882,
(C) (c) Policy of financial devolution,
(D) (d) Resolution on Local Self-government, 1882.
(A) (a) Opposition to child-marriages, polygamy, Purdah system, practice of Sati, etc.,
(B) (b) Interdining and intercaste marriages,
(C) (c) Uplift of depressed classes,
(D) (d) Establishments of Gurukuls and Kanya-Gurukuls.
(A) (a) Yes,
(B) (b) No.
(C) None of these
(D) None of these
(A) (a) It was violent,
(B) (b) It was begun by M. K; Gandhi,
(C) (c) It was led by M. K. Gandhi,
(D) (d) The Congress was not responsible for the violent activities of the people.
(A) (a) Balaji Vishwanath,.
(B) (b) Baji Rao,
(C) (c) Balaji Baji Rao.
(A) (a) Wars,
(B) (b) Mediatisation,
(C) (c) Doctrine of Lapse,
(D) (d) Subsidiary Alliance.
(A) (a) The English got larger part of Tarai region,
(B) (b) The boundary between Nepal and the English was settled,
(C) (c) An English resident was kept in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal,
(D) (d) Nepal agreed to pay war-indemnity to the English.
(A) (a) Ranjit Singh accepted the protection of the English over the Cis-Satlaj states,
(B) (b) The English promised to help Ranjit Singh in case he was attacked from towards nortVwest,
(C) (c) The river Satlaj was accepted as the dividing line between the territories of the English and Ranjit Singh,
(D) (d) The English and Ranjit Singh accepted perpetual friendship between each other.
(A) (a) Racial conflicts between the Burmese and the English,
(B) (b) Boundary disputes between the two in the North,
(C) (c) The desire of the English to annex Burma completely,
(D) (d) The attempt of the Burmese to turn out the English from Pegu.
(A) (a) The English regarded the Indians as of inferior race,
(B) (b) Methods of organizing a movement,
(C) (c) Effectiveness of an organized movement,
(D) (d) The British were no just rulers.
(A) (a) Message of spiritualism,
(B) (b) Message of unity of religions,
(C) (c) Salvation can be achieved by Bhakti,
(D) (d) Service to the humanity.
(A) (a) Majority of non-official member names created at the Centre,
(B) (b) Provincial Assemblies were made truly representative bodies,
(C) (c) Provision was made for better Local Self-government,
(D) (d) Introduction of professional and communal representative system for the election of the legislatures.
(A) (a) 1944 A. D.
(B) (b) 1945 A. D.
(C) (c) 1946 A. D
(D) (d)’1947 A. D.
(A) (a) Helped in consolidating the position of Shahu in Maharashtra,
(B) (b) Improved the finances of the state,
(C) (c) Brought most of the Maratha chiefs under the banner of Shahu,
(D) (d) Accepted a treaty with the Mughuls in 1719 A. D.
(A) (a) The trade, industry and agriculture of Bengal was destroyed,
(B) (b) The company earned huge profits,
(C) (c) Due to a famine in 1770 A.D. and mis-government one-third population of Bengal suffered badly,
(D) (d) The Company was forced to seek a loan from the British Government.
(A) (a) The English agreed to help a native ruler with a fixed force in return for a fixed amount of money,
(B) (b) The English agreed to maintain a fixed and permanent military force to help their ally in return of a fixed annual amount of money,
(C) (c) The English agreed to maintain a permanent and fixed military force to help their ally in return of a fixed annual amount and kept the force within the territory of the ally,
(D) (d) The English agreed to maintain a permanent and fixed military force within the territory of their ally and, in return, took over a part of the territory of the ally permanently to themselves.
(A) (a) Karim Khan,
(B) (b) Wasil Mohammad,
(C) (c) Hiru,
(D) (d) Cheetu.
(A) (a) 1838,
(B) (b) 1839,
(C) (c) 1840,
(D) (d) 1841.
(A) (a) Siege of Herat by Persians,
(B) (b) Attack of Afghanistan on Peshawar,
(C) (c) Shah Shuja’s plea to the English to help him in restoring the throne of Afghanistan,
(D) (d) Apprehension of Russians’ invasion on India and the desire of the English to place a puppet king on the throne of Afghanistan.
(A) (a) Financial devolution,
(B) (b) Financial centralization.