Category: History

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Important Indian National Congress Sessions

1885, 1882 Bombay , Allahabad W.C.Bannerji Calcutta Dadabhai Naoroji 1893 Lahore “ 1906 Calcutta “ 1887 Madras Badruddin Tyyabji (fist Muslim President) 1888 Allahabad George Yule (first English President) 1889 Bombay Sir William Wedderburn...

Battle of Panipat

Panipat is a city in Haryana that holds significant historic importance. It is 90 kms north of Delhi. The three battles fought here were key milestones in modern Indian History. The city is also...

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Hunter Commission Contd…

Hunter Commission \/ Government View point Even though development of primary education was the main objective of the Wood’s Despatch, 1854 but expected results were not achieved in the primary education field. The government...

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Hunter Commission

India – Country with a population of 1,325,248(i.e. 132 crores) and median age of 26.9 years which means that half of the population is below 27 years of age when compared to other countries...

The Vernacular Press Act

The Vernacular Press Act was introduced on 14th March 1878 by then Governor Lord Lytton. Since Press was becoming powerful weapon and medium for raising feeling of Nationalism, Britishers wanted to take measure by...

Revolt of 1857

It refers to a rebellion against the British East India Company which ran from May 1857 to July 1859. Started on 10th May 1857, it began as mutiny of Sepoys of East India Company’s...

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