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Indian National Movement


1. Which of the following steps was not immediately taken by the Government to suppress the Quit India Movement ?


2. What was the effect of Gandhi's fast unto death ?


3. Why the Civil Disobedience Movement was resumed in 1932 ?


4. Which of the following statements, about the Third Round Table Conference, is correct ?


5. On April 11, 1942Cripps' Proposals were suddenly withdrawn by' the Govermnent. How the Congress reacted to this withdrawal ?



6. Which of the following was the effect of resignation of Congress Ministries ?


7. How the Muslim League reacted to the resignation of Congress, Ministries ?


8. How the Indian National Congress reacted to, Communal Award ?


9. Why Congress Ministries resigned in 1939 ?


10. Which of the following was the cause of suspension of Civil Disobedience Movement ?


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