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CBSE Guess > Papers > Important Questions > Class X > 2009 > Social Science > Social Science By : Mr M. p. Keshri

CBSE CLASS X

India’s Struggle For Independence (Solved)

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Question .1. Why did the Indian leaders oppose Rowlatt Act in 1919?


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Question .2. Why did Gandhiji call off Non-Cooperation Movement in 1922?


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Question .3. Why did extremism grow within Congress by the turn of 19 th century? Give two reasons.


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Question .4. State any two decisions made at the Lahore session of the Indian National Congress in 1929.

  
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Question .5. How did Dadabhai Naoroji promote the awareness of the economic exploitation of India by the British?


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Question .6. Name two states that fell victim to Dalhousie’s Doctrine of Lapse.


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Question .7. What reason was given by the British for the partition of Bengal?


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Question .8. Name any two leaders of the Home Rule League in India. Why were these Leagues set up? 


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Question .9. Name any two political organizations set up in India before the Indian National Congress.


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Question .10. Mention the names of any two Presidents of the Indian National Congress in the 19 th century.


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Question .11. When was Gandhi-Irwin Pact signed? Mention any one of its provisions.


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Question .12. List two methods adopted by the Moderate leaders of Indian National Congress to put forward their demands.


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Question .13. Where and under whose Presidentship was the first session of the Indian National Congress held?      

  
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Question .14. What is the significance of the Lahore session (1929) of Congress in the history of India’s Freedom Movement?


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Question .15. Mention any two changes in the administration of British empire in India after 1857.


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Question .16. Why was the Khilafat movement started?


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Question .17. What is the importance of the Surat session in the history of Indian National Congress?


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Question .18. Mention two main contributions of Surendranath Banerjea.


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Question .19. What is meant by the ‘two nation theory’? In what way was it a falsification of India’s history?

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Question .20. By whom was Congress Khilafat Swarajya Party (Swarajist Party) formed? What was their main aim?


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Question .21. State two main reasons for launching Non Co-operation Movement.


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Question .22. Give two main features of the Indian economy in the 18 th century.


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Question .23. What were the two main reasons for the emergence of militant nationalism in India in the 19 th century?


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Question .24. In which two ways, the British government disrupted the traditional Indian social and economic relationship?


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Question .25. Which two revolutionary leaders were hanged in connection with Lahore conspiracy case?


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Question .26. State the cause of launching Swadeshi and Boycott Movement in 1905?


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Question .27. What do you mean by Ilbert Bill? State its significance in the growth of Indian Nationalism.


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Question .28. Why the Congress leaders rejected the Cripps proposal?


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Question .29. Who founded Indian National Army (INA) and where?


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Question .30. Why was Bengal partitioned in 1905? What effect did it had on Indian National Movement?


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Question .31. What were the main factors responsible for the growth of national awakening in India?


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Question .32. Give the main features of Morley-Minto Reforms.


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