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List of Viceroys and Governor-Generals-2 (in Hindi)
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Vicorey part-2

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The Constitution of India under its article 3 provide for the formation of new state.According to this article formation of a new state could be done by the Parliament with simple majority ( 50℅ of the members present and voting). The general procedure followed is : The President sends the notification to the states whose boundaries is to be altered to know it's recommendations. The states recommendation in this sense is not binding on the President. The Parliament then can form a new state by using simple majority .
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@ Artee Mam: Thank u for uploading lessons at such fast speed... A small request to upload these lectures on Youtube as u have not uploaded for last 4 days And plz make a course on Ancient Indian History from Old NCERT
  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India n unacadeny By Aartee Mishra GOVERNORS-GENERAL AND VICEROYS OF INDIA Part 5 Hindi


  2. l am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can findall my courses at https:/unacademy.com/userIranianmishra2011 Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore


  3. Lytton 1876-1880 Famine of 1876-78 affecting Madras, Bombay, Mysore, Hyderabad, parts of central India and Punjab Appointment of Famine Commission under the presidency of Richard Strachey (1878) Royal Titles Act (1876), Queen Victoria assuming the title of 'Kaiser-i-Hind' or Queen Empress of India The Vernacular Press Act (1878)-Law enacted in 1878 to curtail the freedom of the Indian-language (i.e., non-English) press., The act excluded English-language publications The Arms Act (1878)- By this act, no Indians could manufacture, sell, possess, and carry firearms. However, the English people could do so The Second Afghan War (1878-80)-The war ended after the British emerged victorious against various Afghan forces, and the Afghans agreed to let the British attain all of their geopolitical objectives from the Treaty of Gandamak


  4. Lord Ripon 1880-1884 Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act (1882) The first Factory Act (1881) to improve labour conditions. Continuation of financial decentralization- Government resolution on local self-government (1882) Appointment of Education Commission under chairmanship of Sir William Hunter (INV.) The llbert Bill controversy (1883-84)- Lord Ripon was a Liberal and he did not believe in castecism. So he sought to abolish "Judicial disqualifications based on race distinction." According to the criminal procedure code of 1873 no magistrate or sessions judge except in presidency towns could try an European British subject unless he himself was of European birth Rendition of Mysore- For the first time in India, democratic experiments were introduced by the establishment of a representative assembly Lord Dufferin 1884-1888 The Third Burmese War (1885-86) Establishment of the Indian National Congress (1885


  5. Lord Lansdowne 1888-1894 Factory Act (1891) Categorisation of civil services into imperial, provisional and subordinate Indian Councils Act (1892) Setting up of Durand Commission (1893) to define the Durand Line between India and Afghanistan (now between Pakistan and Afghanistan). Lord Elgin Il 1894-1899 Two British officials assassinated by Chapekar brothers (1897)


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