Here are some more notes contributed by one of our dedicated readers who prefers to go by the name hystericalselcouth. We are indebted to her for the pain she took in scanning her notes and are delighted to be sharing them with you. Hope they help you in your exam preparations! Here’s a link to the PDF file for the … Continue reading History: Assertive Nationalism (NOTES)
Once again, we are back with notes contributed by one of our dedicated readers who prefers to go by the name hystericalselcouth. We are indebted to her for the pain she took in scanning her notes and are delighted to be sharing them with you. Hope they help you in your exam preparations! Here’s a link to the PDF … Continue reading History: The Early Nationalists (NOTES)
The following PDF contains a list of important dates in Indian History and World History. Please go through them. I cannot ensure that dates other than the ones mentioned in the list will not be asked. However, the list contains those dates which are most likely to be asked in the exam. The highlighted dates are … Continue reading History: Important Dates (NOTES)
A very informative post on the Rowlatt Act… Do check this out!
NCERT History lesson – Chapter ‘The Making of the National Movement’ — Rowlatt Act ..
Rowlatt Act – During the First World War, citing the need for maintaining domestic peace, the colonial government had passed certain legislations under the name of Defence of India Regulation Act. Later, its tenure was indefinitely extended by the Rowlatt Committee, headed by its chairman Sir Sydney Rowlatt. The legislations known as the Rowlatt Act were passed by the Imperial Legislative Council.
Even a cursory reading of the provisions of the Rowlatt Act shows how unfair, oppressive and draconian the Act was. Under this Act, a person accused of inciting terrorist activities against the British colonial government
a. had to face an in-camera hearing
b. no material offending the government could be printed by any press including those of reputed newspapers
c. arrests could be made without warrant
d. detention of the accused could be…
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