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Lord Dalhousie and Doctrine of lapse (in Hindi)
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Govorner general part-3

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Aartee Mishra
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  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India n unacadeny By Aartee Mishra GOVERNORS-GENERAL AND VICEROYS OF INDIA Part 3 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:/ Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore

  3. Lord Metcalfe 1835-1836 New press law, removing restrictions on the press in India Repealed the obnoxious 1823 ordinance and earned the epithet, "liberator of the Indian pr ess" The result of a liberal press policy was a rapid growth of newspapers Lord Auckland 1836-1842 First Afghan War (1838-42)-Great Britain, from its base in India, sought to extend its control over neighbouring Afghanistan and to oppose Russian influence there. Death of Ranjit Singh (1839)-After that his death started disintegrating. Lahore was torn by dissensions between rival princes, generals, ministers, and queens. These foolish successors ousted the skillful European generals, inducted by late Maharaja, from their commands in the Sikh army. Maharaja was succeeded by his Son Kharak Singh, who was deposed within months of remaining in power ens. These fooinoh-dy e

  4. Lord Ellenborough 1842-1844 Annexation of Sindh (1843)-Complaints had been made against the amirs' attitude toward the British during the First Anglo- Afghan War. The army of the amirs was scattered, and Sind, except for the state of Khairpur, was annexed by British. The governor general Lord Ellenborough was recalled, but Sind remained British. War with Gwalior (1843)- Years of turbulence and intrigue in Gwailor culminated in 1843 in the adoption of the child-heir Jayavi Rao Sinhia to the vacant throne Lord Hardinge 1844-1848 First Anglo-Sikh War (1845-46) and the Treaty of Lahore (1846) Social reforms including abolition of female infanticide and human sacrifice

  5. Lord Dalhousie 1848-1856 Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49) and annexation of Punjab (1849) Annexation of Lower Burma or Pegu (1852) Introduction of the Doctrine of Lapse and annexation of Satara (1848), Jaitpur and Sambhalpur (1849), lidaipur (1852), Jhansi (1853), Nagpur (1854) and Awadh (1856) "Wood's (Charles Wood, President of the Board of Control) Educational Despatch" of 1854 and opening of Anglovernacular schools and government colleges Railway Minute of 1853; and laying down of first railway line connecting Bombay and Thane in 1853 Telegraph (4000 miles of telegraph fines to connect Calcutta with Bombay, Madras and Peshawar) and postal (Post Office Act, 1854) reforms Ganges Canal declared open (1854); establishment of separate public works department in every province Widow Remarriage Act (1856)

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