We have enough ill-will and prejudice to cope with. This was usually shortened to Viceroy of India. A governor general is a high ranking governor. Rajagopalachari was one of the makers of new India, a sincere patriot, a man whose penetrating intellect and moral sense added depth to national affairs. The governor-general regularly used the title in communications with the , but all legislation was made only in the name of the Governor-General-in-Council or the Government of India. Narashima Rao opened up the Indian economy.
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. He wrote a Tamil re-telling of the Sanskrit epic which appeared as a serial in the Tamil magazine from 23 May 1954 to 6 November 1955. India Independent Act was passed on July 4, 1947 by British parliament. Lord Hardinge 1910 — 1916 — Kind George V of England attended the Delhi Durbar in 1911 — Partition of Bengal was cancelled and capital shifted from Calcutta to Delhi in 1911. Throughout the British administration, Governors-General retreated to the at each summer to escape the heat, and the government of India moved with them. In 1786, the power of the Governor-General was increased even further, as Council decisions ceased to be binding. Second and Third Round Table Conference was held during his time.
The maximum age for these candidates was reduced from 21 to 19 years. He also served as leader of the , , , Minister for Home Affairs of the Indian Union and. India's partition: the story of imperialism in retreat. After joined the Indian independence movement in 1919, Rajagopalachari became one of his followers. The officer had direct control only over Fort William, but supervised other officials in India.
Sepoy Mutiny of Vellore 1806 2. If you have have any query about Governor General of India list you are most welcome to put your query in comment section. State and society: a reader in comparative political sociology. Introduced Ryotwari and Mahalawari system in Bombay. Lord Curzon 1899-1905 Partition of Bengal 1905 into two provinces- Bengal and East Bengal was done during his time. The representative of the became known once again as the Governor-General.
Rajagopalachari was born in the village of in the of the now the Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu and educated at , Bangalore, and. Capture of Bharatpur 1826 Lord William Cavendish - Bentinck 1828-35 1. Sent the mission of Malcolm to Persia and that of Eliphinston to Kabul 1808 2. He was also one of the founders of the , an organisation dedicated to the promotion of education and Indian culture. Three Universities established in Calcutta, Bombay and Madras 1857 17.
Fourth 4th Anglo-Mysore war 1799 - defeat and death of Tipu Sultan 4. The list has three parts Governor Generals of Bengal, Governor Generals of India and Viceroys of India. Three members were to be appointed by the Secretary of State for India, and two by the Sovereign. Lord Lawrence 1864-1869 High Court was established at Calcutta, Bombay, Madras in 1865. Robert Clive Second Administration; 1765-1767 6.
After the , the East India Company's territories in India were put under the direct control of the Sovereign. Andhra State was thus created on 1 October 1953 from the Telugu-speaking districts of Madras, with its capital at. Charter Act of 1853 8. His attempt to bring changes in the primary education policy as chief minister was slammed by the Dravadian parties. Widow Remarriage Act 1856 14.
Rajagopalachari founded the and was one of the first recipients of India's highest civilian award, the. Sinha was appointed the Governor of Bengal. The present-day governor generals seem to hold more of a social position within the government, that is to say their focus has shifted from political issues to British-Canadian relations, as well as some charity work. The Lord L … isgar served asGovernor General until his successor was appointed on 25 June 1872. In 1773, motivated by corruption in the Company, the British government assumed partial control over the governance of India with the passage of the. Services of Telegraph between Calcutta - Agra 1853 10.
Various acts were passed to curb the revolutionary activities. He vehemently opposed the use of nuclear weapons and was a proponent of world peace and disarmament. In 1917, he was elected Chairman of the municipality and served from 1917 to 1919 during which time he was responsible for the election of the first member of the Salem municipality. He was known as the Savior of Punjab. Archived from on 14 June 2007.