(c) i and iii
(d) iii and iv
Which of the following statements about the regime of Lord Lytton (1876–
80) is/are incorrect?
(i) The reactionary regime of Lord Lytton gave a visible form to the Indian
nationalism.
(ii) The second Afghan war during his period improved the economic
position of India.
(iii) He arranged the Delhi Durbar to declare Queen Victoria as the empress
of India.
(iv) His Arms Act permitted Indians to keep arms. Select the answer from the
codes given below:
(a) ii and iv
(b) only ii
(c) only iii
(d) i and iii
Which of the following statements about the IIbert Bill is/are not true?
(i) The controversy around the IIbert Bill helped Indian Nationalism to take
up an organised form.
(ii) According to the original bill, Indian judge could try Europeans also.
(iii) It was passed without any amendment despite the vehement opposition
of the British residents in India.
(iv) The Indians did not organise any campaign in favour of the bill.
Choose the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i and iv
(b) ii and iii
(c) iii and iv
(d) ivonly
Which is the correct chronological sequence of the following associations:
(i) Poona Sarvajanik Sabha
(ii) Indian Association of Calcutta
(iii) Bombay Presidency Association
(iv) Madras Mahajana Sabha
Select the answer from the codes given below: