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Indian National Movement


1. Who was the leader of the Extremists ?


2. Which of the following factors was responsible for the launching of Kbilafat Movement ?


3. Which of the following is not true of the Revolutionaries ?


4. In which year Mahatma Gandhi joined the Indian Freedom Struggle ?


5. Which of the following was not common between the Revolutition~aries and the Terrorists ?



6. Which of 'the following is not true of the Terrorists ?


7. What was the effect of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre ?


8. Khilafat Movement collapsed, in 1922, after the


9. Which of the following recommendations was not made in the report of Simon Commission ?


10. What was the contribution of Moderates in the national awakening ?


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