161 .Who was the first Indian to pass the Indian Civil Service?
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162 .Name three important forms of Satyagraha.
Answer:-Non-cooperation, civil disobedience and boycott
163 .Which Muslim leader was associated with the Home Rule movement?
164 .Who had colluded with Mir Qasim and Shuja-ud-daula to wage war against the English East India Company, and later got defeated by the British in the Battle of Buxar?
Answer:-Shah Alam II
165 .“The soul of India resides in villages.” Who said these words?
166 .The Indian National Congress was founded by:
167 .Non-violence as taught and practised by Mahatma Gandhi is rooted in the Indian Doctrine of
168 .Which movement was proposed to be suspended in the Gandhi-Irwin Pact?
Answer:-Civil Disobedience Movement
169 .The state where the Indian National Congress could not attain absolute majority in the general elections of 1937 was:
170 .What was the result of Khilafat Movement?
Answer:-reduction in Hindu Muslim differences
171 .Who was not related to the Moderate era?
172 .In which year did Mahatma Gandhi start the Satyagraha movement in India?
173 .Among the Non-Cooperation Movement, Dandi March, Champaran Satyagraha and Quit India Movement, which one comes third in the chronological order?
174 .The Indian National Congress agreed on the partition of the country in1947 mainly to
Answer:-avoid widespread riots
175 .Who founded the Naujawan Bharat Sabha ?
176 .Who is credited with the propagation of socialist ideas in Bihar before India’s independence?
Answer:-Western education of Jayaprakash Narayan and B.P. Sinha
177 .Who supported Mahatma Gandhi’s resolution on Non-Cooperation at the special session of the Congress held in Calcutta in1920?
178 .The foundation of modern education system in India was laid by
Answer:-Wood’s Dispatch of 1854
179 .Pitt’s India Act’ created
Answer:-Board of Control
180 .Who described the Government of India Act, 1935 as a new charter of bondage ?
Answer:-Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru