Witnesses to Permanent Revolution: The Documentary Record. So, enhance your learning with the complete list of Governor General and Viceroy of India. He subsequently resigned from the party and the assembly following differences over resolutions passed by the Madras Congress legislative party and disagreements with the leader of the Madras provincial Congress. We have enough ill-will and prejudice to cope with. Lord Cornwallis 1786 - 1793 Permanent Settlement, an agreement between the East India Company and Bengali landlords to fix revenues to be raised from land was introduced during his period. Lord Mayo 1869 - 1872 He was the Viceroy of India, who was killed by a convict in the Andaman Islands.
Treaty of Lahore 1846 - end of Sikh sovereignty in India 3. Archived from on 25 January 2010. In 1784, the Council was reduced to three members; the Governor-General continued to have both an ordinary vote and a casting vote. Sinha was appointed the Governor of Bengal. Lord Armherst 1823 to 1828 9.
The officer had direct control only over Fort William, but supervised other officials in India. Sir John Strachey 1872 — 1872 — He held the post temporarily Lord Napier of Merchistoun 1872 — 1872 — He held the post temporarily Lord Northbrook 1872 — 1876 — Visit of Prince of Wales in 1875 occurred — Trial of Gaelcwar of Baroda occurred — Kuka movement in Punjab occurred during his tenure. The President of the Council of State was appointed by the Viceroy; the Legislative Assembly elected its President, but the election required the Viceroy's approval. Karunanidhi over thirty years later. During his lifetime, he also acquired the nickname 'Mango of Krishnagiri'. Various Governor-General and Viceroys has lead the India during British reign or Imperial period.
In 1917, he defended Indian independence activist against charges of sedition and two years later participated in the agitations against the. The decline of the Swatantra Party was also visible in the in which it won just 19 seats down from 27 in the 1967 elections. Governors-General served at the pleasure of the Sovereign, though the practice was to have them serve five-year terms. Rajagopalachari was also an active member of the All India Spinners Association. Deprived Zamindars of their Judicial powers and civil and criminal courts were established. Treaty of Bassein 1802 with Peshwa 7. A Centenary History of the Indian National Congress, 1885—1985: 1919—1935.
He was known as the Savior of Punjab. Lord Cornwallis 1786-1793 Introduced Permanent Settlement of Bengal also called Zamindari system. Rajagopalachari was born in the village of in the of the now the Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu and educated at , Bangalore, and. Famous for his Policy of Non-Interference Lord Wellesley 1798-1805 1. However, the alliance fared badly.
He also suppressed female infanticide and child sacrifice. The harbors of Karachi, Bombay and Calcutta were also developed. From history to polity, facts regarding General Science, Physics, Biology, our constitution, economy, banks and almost everything. He played a pivotal role in the conclusion of the between and the Indian National Congress and spearheaded the Mahabal Temple Entry program in 1938. He outlawed the practice of Sati and also introduced English education in India. They were- Satara in 1849, Jaitpur and Sambhalpur in 1849, Baghat in 1850, Udaipur in 1852, Jhansi in 1853, Nagpur in 1854 and Awadh in 1856. The designation 'Viceroy', although it was most frequently used in ordinary parlance, had no statutory authority, and was never employed by Parliament.
He wasappointed on 2 February 1869 by Her Majesty Victoria, on the adviceof The Right Honourable John A. He later became chief minister of theMadrasassembly. The Swatantra party also did well in elections in other states and to the Lok Sabha, the directly elected of the. Macaulay's minutes on Education 1835 9. He was also associated with Ilbert Bill which sought to allow Indian judges to try British offenders. Governor of Bengal, Governor General of Bengal, Governor General of India and Viceroy are all different.
Later, however, he advocated supporting the war effort on the allied side and preferred dialogue with the British to the Quit India Movement. On entering politics, he became a member and later President of the municipality. Established Postal system which made communication easier. The decision of the Council was binding on the Governor-General. Congress and league both rejected its proposals. On 21 February 1940 the unpopular new law on the use of Hindi was quickly repealed by the Governor of Madras. However, once India acquired independence, the Governor-General's role became almost entirely ceremonial, with power being exercised on a day-to-day basis by the Indian cabinet.