#1. The message of liberty, Equality and Fraternity generated powerful democratic sentiments and unleashed the force of modern nationalism in India. This concept has been inspired from:
#2. In the context of history, consider the following statement: 1. After revolt of 1858, the policy of annexation of princely states was given up, but not its subordination. 2. The British took active steps to curtail higher education as they were averse to educated Indian organising national movement against them. Which of the above statement is/are correct.
#3. Consider the following statements: 1. The British abandoned their previous policy of helping social reformer and sided with conservative classes after revolt of 1857. 2. After revolt of 1857, the ratio of Europeans in army increased. 3. The policy of divide and rule became more intense after the revolt. Which of the above statement is/are correct?
#4. Who of the following called as liberation of press in India?
#5. Which of the following was not the demand of early nationalist (Moderates).