i. Kesari is a Marathi newspaper edited by Tilak.
ii. The Indian National Congress was established when 72 delegates from all over the country met at Bombay in December 1885.
iii. A group of Muslim landlords and nawabs formed the All India Muslim League at Dacca in 1906.
iv. The Rowlatt Act curbed fundamental rights such as the freedom of expression and strengthened police powers.
v. Mahatma Gandhi abruptly called off the Non-Cooperation Movement when in February 1922 a crowd of peasants set fire to a police station in Chauri Chaura.
vi. Quit India movement started in August 1942.
vii. Subhas Chandra Bose was a radical nationalist.
i. The Moderates were opposed to the use of boycott. True
ii. The Simon Commission had many Indian representatives. False
iii. Jallianwala Bagh massacre was inflicted by General Dyer in Amritsar on Baisakhi day (13 April). True
iv. Swadeshi movement started before the partition of Bengal. False
v. Mohammad Ali Jinnah became the major spokesperson for the demand for Pakistan. True
vi. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, also known as Badshah Khan was the founder of the Khudai Khidmatgars. True
Ans. Viceroy Curzon
Ans. Dinshaw Wacha was a Moderate leader of the congress.
Ans. Mahatma Gandhi raised the slogan "do or die".
Ans. RSS stands for Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
Ans. Kesari, a Marathi newspaper was edited by Balgangadhar Tilak.
Ans. HSRA stand for Hindustan Socialist Republican Association.
Ans. All India Muslim League was formed at Dacca in 1906.
Ans. Champaran, Kheda and Ahmedabad
Ans. The Congress split in 1907 and reunited in December 1915.
Ans. Lord Curzon was the viceroy of India at the time of partition of Bengal.
Ans. It was known as the Vandemataram Movement in deltaic Andhra.
Ans. Bepin Chandra Pal, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Lala Lajpat Rai
Ans. Tilak raised the slogan, “Freedom is my birthright and I shall have it!”
Ans. The leaders of the Khilafat agitation were Mohammad Ali and Shaukat Ali.
Ans. It refers to Jallianwala massacre that occurred in Amritsar on Baisakhi day (13 April, 1919).
Ans. Chitta Ranjan Das was a lawyer from East Bengal. He was especially active in the Non- Cooperation Movement.
Ans. Bhagat Singh was a revolutionary nationalist. His slogan was “Inquilab Zindabad!”
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