Modern Indian History - Questions And Answers (Part 1)
Question 1: In which session in the year 1907, there was a split in the Congress and the extremist and liberal parties separated.
Answer: In Surat session
Question 2: In which year was the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) established?
Answer: In 1920 A.D.
Question 3: "The revolution of 1857 was a conspiracy to establish the Muslim empire". Whose statement is this?
Answer: P.E. Roberts
Question 4: Who is known as Khudai Khidmadgar?
Answer: Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan.
Question 5: For which partition 'National Mourning' was celebrated?
Answer: Bengal Partition
Question 6: When was Mangal Pandey, the forerunner of the revolution of 1857, hanged?
Answer: On 8 April 1857
Question 7: Who was the leader of the Harding Bomb Case?
Answer: Ras Bihari Bose
Question 8: Who is the author of Economic History of India?
Answer: RC Dutta
Question 9: In the context of modern India, who was called the 'first patriot prince' of India?
Answer: Nawab Siraj-ud-daula
Question 10: In which year Rowlatt Act was passed?
Question 11: When was All India Trade Union Congress established?
Answer: In October 1920 at Bombay
Question 12: Who was the one of founder of the Brahmo Sabha? He was also known as Father of the Indian Renaissance".
Answer: Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Question 13: In 1833, the government appointed a Law Commission to codify Indian laws. Who headed the commission?
Answer: Lord Macaulay .
Question 14: When did French establish the factory at Masulipatnam and Pondicherry?
Answer: In Masulipatnam 1669 and in Pondicherry 1673
Q15: Where did French first established their factory and when?
Answer: At Surat in 1668
Q16: When was the Danish East India company formed?
Q17: Where is Fort Saint George?
Answer: Madras (Chennai)
Q18: Who was the queen of England at the time of formation of English East India company?
Answer: Queen Elizabeth Ist
Question 19: When was Bombay gifted to Charles II as dowry by Portuguese king?
Answer: 1661 as dowry for marrying his sister.
Question 20: MorleyMinto (or Minto-Morley) Reforms for the first time established separate electorates for Muslims for election to the central council. What was the name of the act?
Answer: Indian Councils Act of 1909.