(ii) Native rulers and landlords
(iii) Middle classes and modern intelligentsia
(iv) Workers and industrialists
(v) Moneylenders and traditional intellectuals
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) ii and iv only
(b) iii and v only
(c) iv and v only
(d) ii and v only
The administrative and economic unification of India by the British also
paved the way for the rise of Indian National movement. Which of the
following statements is/are incorrect in this regard?
(i) The British unified India administratively by introducing a uniform and
modern system of government throughout the country.
(ii) The destruction of local self-sufficient economy had increasingly
atomized India’s economic life.
(iii) The introduction of modern trade and industries had interlinked the
economic fate of people living in different parts of India.
(iv) The introduction of the modern means of transport and communications
had promoted mutual contact among the people.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) ii and iii
(b) only ii
(c) only iii
(d) iii and iv
The Indian press played an important role in spreading the message of
patriotism and moder.n ideas among the people. Which of the following
is/are not true about its activities?
(i) Criticising official policies.
(ii) Urging the people to unite and work for national welfare.
(iii) Putting forward the view of Indians as well as those of the British
Government.
(iv) Popularising modern ideas of self-government, democracy, and the like.
(v) Enabling nationalist workers to exchange views with one another.