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demanding separate state for the Muslims. (It was at this session that Jinnah propounded his Two-Nation Theory.) ‘August OtTer’ by Linlithgow (1940); its rejection by the Congress and the starting of individual satyagraha by Gandhi. Escape of S C Bose from India in 1941. Cripps Mission (March, 1942) offering Dominion Status to India, and its rejection by the Congress. Passing of the ‘Quit India’ Resolution by the Congress at Bombay (8th August, 1942), arrest of all the Congress leaders and the outbreak of the ‘August Revolution’ or Revolt of 1942. Lord Wavell (1943–47) C.R. Formula evolved by C. Rajagopala Chari in 1944 and the Gandhi-Jinnah Talks (1944) based on it: failure of the talks. Wavell Plan and the Simla Conference (1945) to discuss it; its failure. INA Trials and the Naval Mutiny (1946). Cabinet Mission (Three members—Lawrence. Cripps and Alexander) and acceptance of its plan by both the Congress and the League (1946). Formation of Interim Government by the Congress (Sep. 1946). Launching of ‘Direct Action Day’ by the League (17th Aug. 1946), but it also joined the Interim Govt. in Oct. 1946, though it abstained from the Constituent Assembly. Lord Mountbatten (March–August, 1947) Mountbatten plan; partition of India and achievement of freedom. CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS Regulating Act of 1773 Changes in the constitution of the Court of Directors (such as term of the Directors, eligibility for the right to vote, etc.) and subjection of their actions to the British Government.