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Indian National Movement


1. The non-cooperation movement was launched on the principle of


2. On July 7, 1925 Lord Birkenhead challenged the Indian leaders to draft a Constitution which would be acceptable to all shades of political opinion in India. He repeated this challenge, in 1927, in the House of Lords. How the Indian leaders reacted to this .challenge ?


3. Which of the following statements, about the Swar2jists, is true


4. On February 8, 1924 a resolution moved by Pandit Nehru was unanimously passed by all the elected members. This resolution asked the Government to summon a Representative Round Table Conference. What was the purpose of summoning this Conference ?


5. What was the attitude of the Congress towards the action of Ali brothers in leading Moplah Revolt ?



6. Why the Draft Constitution prepared by the Committee of nine is known as the Nehru Report ?


7. Which of the following was the most important gain of non-cooper-ation movement ?


8. Which of the following factors contributed to the rise of Swarayst Movement ?


9. Who was the leader of Swarajist Party in Central Legislative Assembly ?


10. How the All-Parties Conference reacted to the Draft Constitution (Nehru Report) ?


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