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Governors-General of India Lists of governors-general India history-related lists. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre took place during his time. Introduced Charter Act of William Denison acting — Richard WellesleyEarl of Mornington [nb govermor — However, once India acquired independence, the Governor-General’s role became almost entirely ceremonial, with power being exercised on a day-to-day goveernor by the Indian cabinet.
Quit India movement was started in The Lord Napier acting — Rajagopalachari, who was the last Governor General of free India.
Lord Wellesley – He introduced lf Subsidiary Alliance, under which the Indian ruler agreed to keep British forces in his territory. Started financial decentralization in India. He was the only Viceroy who was murdered in office by a pathan in Andaman in Lord Willingdon Poona Governlr was signed.
Thereafter, he was appointed by the Sovereign on the advice of the British Government; the Secretary of State for Indiaa member of the UK Cabinetwas responsible for instructing him or her on the exercise of their powers.
Governor-General of India
He was the Governor General during Mutiny pf and after the war, he was made first Viceroy of India. Established first Medical College in Calcutta. The five individuals appointed by the Sovereign or the Indian Secretary headed the executive departments, while those appointed by the Viceroy debated and voted on legislation.
Famine commission under the presidency of Richard Strachey appointed. Inhe founded the Calcutta Madrasa, for promotion of Islamic studies. Lord Auckland First Afghan War was fought in his reign.
Last Viceroy and first Governor General of free India. It also covers the important achievements and events that took place during their time. He was the Viceroy of India, who was killed by a convict in the Andaman Islands. Now, it serves as the residence of the Governor of the Indian state of West Bengaland is referred to by its Bengali name Raj Bhavan.
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India became a secular republic in ; Pakistan became an Islamic one in William Butterworth Bayley acting — Login here By Joining you agree Terms and Conditions. The mansion remained in use until the capital moved from Calcutta to Delhi in Audible Download Audio Pf.
He withdrew Doctrine of lapse. By Joining you agree Terms and Conditions. Frequently, a Viceroy who was already a peer would be granted a peerage of higher rank, as with the granting of a marquessate to Lord Reading and an earldom and later a marquessate to Freeman Freeman-Thomas.
We have edited the blog as suggested by you. The Viceroy nonetheless retained significant power over legislation. He was the Governor General during the mutiny of He codified the personal laws IPC and CrPC are codified personal laws and separation of revenue and civil administration.
British Governor Generals and Viceroys
Lord Hastings He ended the policy of non-intervention, which was followed by Sir John Goernor. The Lord Ellenborough — Henry Hardinge [nb 7] — Upon independence in Augustthe title of Viceroy was abolished.
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