on the eve of independence two dominions, India and Pakistan, emerged as a result of British policy of ‘divide and …Read More
The policies of the British Indian Government during 1835-1905 were aimed at preventing another revolt of the masses. Elucidate.
The Revolt of 1857 was a formidable challenge for the British to be reckoned with. The political exercise over the …Read More
What were the reasons that changed Gandhiji’s attitude of responsive cooperation to non-cooperation in 1920?
Gandhiji on his return to India in 1915 refused to join Home Rule Movement. He was cooperative towards the government …Read More
Examine the nature and causes of extremism in Indian politics in the early part of the 20th century?
The failure of moderate politics and programmes gave rise to leaning towards a radical and extremist approach. This crystallized in …Read More
How did Sardar Patel succeeded in avoiding the evil consequence of this doctrine of lapse of paramountcy and in integrating Indian States?
Sardar Patel was the man with foresight and diplomatic shrewdness to handle the integration of the princely states. The problem …Read More
The most important part of political work by early nationalist was their economic critique of imperialism. They clearly grasped that …Read More