Test: The Freedom Struggle - 3


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QUESTION: 1

The Muhammedan Anglo-Oriental Defence Association (1893) was started by

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QUESTION: 2

Which of the following was not a Moderate

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QUESTION: 3

By the end of the 19th century, many Indian leaders were helping Indians regain their self-respect and selfconfidence. Who said “The only hope of India is from the masses. The upper classes are physically and morally dead”?

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QUESTION: 4

A nationalist was arrested in 1897 on the charge of spreading hatred and disaffection against the government and sentenced to 18 months’ rigorous imprisonment. He became a living symbol of self-sacrifice. This leader was

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QUESTION: 5

Lord Curzon partitioned Bengal on

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QUESTION: 6

The first Indian leader to undergo imprisonment in 1882 was

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QUESTION: 7

Who is regarded as the first nationalist leader to seek close contact with the masses?

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QUESTION: 8

In the late 1880’s why was B.G. Tilak not on good terms with G.K. Gokhale and Agarkar?

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QUESTION: 9

A systematic critique of Moderate politics was emerging in the 1890’s in

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QUESTION: 10

Moderate politics were criticized in 1893-94 in a series of articles entitled New Lamps for Old written by

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QUESTION: 11

Which extremist leader opined ‘we will not achieve any success in our labours if we croak once a year like a frog’?

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QUESTION: 12

Which of the following was not associated with Madras Extremism after 1905?

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The correct option is C.
Factionalism was particularly acute in the Punjab, with three groups within the Lahore Brahmo Samaj, a major split within the Aryas, and a conflict between Lala Harkishan LaI and Lala Lajpat Rai. Washbrook has tried to analyse Madras politics in terms of a triangular conflict between the V. Bhashyam Iyengar and S. Subramania Iyer in the 1880s, followed by V. Krishnaswami Iyer-the 'in' group, according to him, its Iess succcssful 'Egmore' rivals. also Madras city based (C. Sankaran Nair, Kasturi Ranga Iyengar), and mofussil 'outs' Iike T. Prakasam and Krishna Rao in coastal Andhra or Chid- ambaram Pillai in Tuticorin who allied with some 'Egmore' politicians to constitute Madras Extremism after 1905.

QUESTION: 13

On the day Bengal was partitioned in 1905 who laid the foundation of a Federation Hall (to mark the indestruc tible unity of Bengal) at Calcutta?

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QUESTION: 14

The Swadeshi and Boycott movement was a direct result of the partition of Bengal. Foreign cloth was burnt and indigenous industries (soap and match factories, insurance companies) were opened. Who organised the famous Bengal Chemical Swadeshi Stores?

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QUESTION: 15

In 1906 a National College was started in Calcutta. Who was its principal?

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QUESTION: 16

Which of the following joined the Swadeshi movement?

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QUESTION: 17

Which of the following brought out the weekly Sanjivani which first suggested boycott of British goods?

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QUESTION: 18

Match the following journals with their founders: 

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QUESTION: 19

Which of the following was not a militant nationalist?

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QUESTION: 20

Which of the following nationalist leaders was not deported in 1908?

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QUESTION: 21

Which of the following nationalist leaders was arrested in 1908 and given the sentence of 6 years’ imprisonment?

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QUESTION: 22

Which of the following remarked “Political freedom is the life breath of a nation”?

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QUESTION: 23

The militant nationalists asked people not to cooperate with the government and to boycott government service, courts, schools and colleges. The attitude/call is referred to as

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QUESTION: 24

The militant nationalists used swadeshi and antipartition agitation to

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QUESTION: 25

Why did the militant nationalist movement (1905- 1919) fail?

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QUESTION: 26

Referring to the partition of Bengal (1905), who said “After the partition, people saw that petitions must be backed up by force, and that they must be capable of suffering“?

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QUESTION: 27

What factor resulted in the growth of revolutionary terrorism?

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QUESTION: 28

In 1904, which of the following organised the Abhinaw Bharat, a secret society of revolutionaries?

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QUESTION: 29

The revolutionaries copied the methods of the Russian Nihilists and the Irish terrorists of assassinating unpopular officials. A beginning was made in 1897 when the Chapekar brothers killed two British officials at

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B is the correct option.On 22 June 1897, brothers Damodar Hari Chapekar and Balkrishna Hari Chapekar assassinated a British official Walter Charles Rand and his military escort Lieutenant Ayerst at Pune, Maharashtra. This was the first case of militant nationalism in India after the 1857 Revolt.

In 1897, Chapekar brothers assassinated the W. A. Rand and his military Lieutenant Ayerst at Pune, Maharashtra.
 

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Which of the following newspapers did not advocate revolutionary terrorism after 1905?

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