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1. The term "imperial preference" was applied to the: [1999]


2. The President of Indian National Congress at the time of partition of India was: [2002]


3. A London branch of the All India Muslim League was published in 1908 under the presidency of: [2001]


4. After Quit India Movement, C. Rajagopalachari issued a pamphlet entitled "The Way Out". Which one of the following was a proposal in this pamphlet? [2010]


5. The Indian National Army (I.N.A.) came into existence in 1943 in: [2000]



6. During the Indian freedom struggle, the Khudai Khidmatgars, also known as Red Shirts called for: [2002]


7. The following items consist of two statements, one labelled as 'Assertion A'and the other labelled as 'Reason R', You are to examine these two statement carefully and decide if the Assertion'A'and the Reason'R'are individually true and if so, whether the Reason is a correct explanation of the Assertion. Select your answers to these items using the codes given below and mark your answer sheet accordingly.
Assertion (A): The basic weakness of the early nationalist movement lay in its narrow social base
Reason (R): If fought for the narrow interests of the social groups which joined it. [2000]
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8. The following items consist of two statements, one labelled as 'Assertion A'and the other labelled as 'Reason R', You are to examine these two statement carefully and decide if the Assertion'A'and the Reason'R'are individually true and if so, whether the Reason is a correct explanation of the Assertion. Select your answers to these items using the codes given below and mark your answer sheet accordingly.
Assertion (A): Lord Linlithgo described the August Movement of 1942 as the most serious revolt after the Sepoy mutiny.
Reason (R): Peasants joined the movement in large number in some place [2000]
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9. Consider the following statements: [2010]
1. The "Bombay Manifesto" signed 1936 openly opposed the preaching of socialist ideals.
2. It evoked support from a large section of business community from all across India.
Which of the statements given above is/ are correct?


10. While delivering the presidential address, the Congress President who advocated the introduction of Roman script for Hindi language was: [2000]


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