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Asked by Krishna Vamshi

Jan 10, 2015

What is Rowlatt Act?

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Rowlatt Acts, (February 1919), legislation passed by the Imperial Legislative Council, the legislature of British India. The acts allowed certain political case...

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Asked by Simran Shany

Mar 8, 2015

What was the significance of Calcutta and Nagpur sessions of congress held in 1920 ?

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In September, 1920, a special session of the Congress, presided by Lala Lajpat Rai was convened at Calcutta to approve the scheme.
In December 1920, a...

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Asked by Rujuta Killedar

Mar 5, 2015

How the first world war helped in the growth of national movement in India??

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The First World War Forced recruitment of soldiers bred resentment in villages.
The First World War created a new econ...

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Asked by Rujuta Killedar

Mar 5, 2015

why growth of nationalism in the colonies is linked to an anti colonial movement.???

India was one of the colonies of Britain, which was in the need of nationalism to gain freedom. This scenario can also...

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Asked by Sabu

Mar 14, 2015

Describe the main features of the Civil Disobedience movement in 1930s. 

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The Civil Disobedience Movement was started under the leadership of M.K. Gandhi in 1930. The main idea behind it ...

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Asked by Deepesh Bhakar

Nov 11, 2014

BY WHOME THE NAME "SARDAR" WAS GIVEN TO VALLABHBHAI PATEL?

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It was women of Bardoli who bestowed the title Sardar for the first time, which in Gujarati and most Indian languages means Chief or Leader.

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Asked by Simran chouhan

Jul 10, 2015

Why Indians were outraged by the Rowlatt Act?

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Indians were out raged by rowlatt act because: 1:this law stated that that the govt can arrest the political leaders without any trail for 2years 2:poli...

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Asked by Rujuta Killedar

Feb 18, 2015

Describe the three stages of unfolding the non cooperation movement in cities?

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Gandhiji had proposed that the movement should unfold in stages.
It should have begun with the surrender of titles that the government awarde...

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Mar 5, 2015

What was Gandhi Irwin Pact?

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After the failure of First Round Table Conference efforts...

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Asked by Simran Shany

Mar 7, 2015

what is the civil disobedience movement ?

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Mahatma Gandhi discovered salt was a common ingredient in the food of both rich and poor. He viewed the tax on salt and the monopoly of the Government on its pr...

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