History Facts of Modern India
1-On 26 January, 1950, the state of Hyderabad merged in the Indian Federation.
2-The Interim Government of India was organized under the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru. The Cabinet took oath on 2nd September, 1946.
3-In July 1947, the Indian Independence Act was passed by the British Parliament
4- On 20 April 1954, the Panchsheel Pact was signed between India and China.
5-The Congress and the League, both rejected the Cripps Proposals
6-In December 1945, the General Elections were held in India. The Congress received the majority in 6 provinces.
7-Muslim League observed the Direct Action Day on 16 August 1946.
8-On 24th March, 1940, in the Lahore Conference of the Muslim League, the Pakistan proposal was passed.
9-On 20 October, 1962 China invaded upon India. Soon it occupied Assam Valley and Laddakh. On 21 November, 1962, China declared one sided ceasefire.
10-The Congress Cabinets worked from 1937 to 1939.
11- The Quit India movement resolution was passed on 14 July, 1942 in the Executive of the Congress Session held at Wardha. It was reaffirmed on 8 August, 1942.
12- On 18 February, 1946, the non Commissioned officers and Naval soldiers of the Royal Indian Navy who were called Rattings, began a militant revolt at Bombay.
13-In 1932 Gandhiji founded the Harijan Sewak Sangh for the uplift of the Harijans.
14-The Government of India Act of 1935, the subjects were divided into three departments—Federal, Provincial and Concurrent.
15-In Punjab, the Unionist Party and Muslim League jointly formed the Government. This Government worked without any obstruction till 1947.
16- The Government of India Act of 1935 had 312 articles and 19 enclosures.
17-In 1934, the members of Congress Executive, Acharya Narendra Dev, Jai Prakash and Achyut Patvardhan organized the Congress Socialist Party
18-Subhash Chandra Bose organized a National Planning Committee.
19-In 1939, Jawaharlal Nehru became the President of the Tribal Conference of Indian States.
20-Lord Linlithgo presented the August proposal before the Congress on 8 August, 1940 for getting cooperation during the war.