British India


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British India

the 17 provinces of India formerly governed by the British under the British sovereign: ceased to exist in 1947 when the independent states of India and Pakistan were created
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Biddulph was sent firstly to inspect the northern approaches through passes to British India; secondly to assess the extension of Kashmir rule right upto the passes and to post Dogra troops for imperial defence.
It was in consequence of this that the All India Muslim League was formed at Dhaka on December 30, 1906 at a meeting of the All India Mohammedan Educational Conference presided over by Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk on a motion of Nawab Salimullah for the purpose of protecting the political and other interests of Muslims of British India.
British India is exclusively distributed by Cinderella Marketing Corp., and is available at Glorietta 3, Shangri-La Plaza Mall and Alabang Town Center.
From 1839 until 1937, Aden was ruled as part of the Bombay Presidency of British India and was known as Aden Settlement.
Kent examines select texts in order to show how "human subjects and human institutions" (172) were mutually constructed in the company culture of British India and how this culture influenced daily lives, everyday spaces, and postcompany India in the nineteenth century.
KANPUR -- At British India Corporation's textile factory in Kanpur, four men sit in a control room watching computerized gauges eight hours a day.
The Harry Potter and Educating Rita actress will play a British widow and "a force to be reckoned with" staying in Simla, the summer capital of British India, in the Channel 4 drama.
Born in Lahore, in British India, Reginald Massey lives in Britain where he has been a journalist, critic, director-producer, broadcaster, lecturer and activist.
Overall, the specimens from British India form the largest part of the collection, reflecting the importance of India to the British economy, particularly in the period after 1857.
The Dilwara was built in 1935 by Barclay, Curle & Company in Glasgow for The British India Steam Navigation Company.
The script unfolds in the last decade of British India where two men who are ICS ( Indian Civil Service during British rule) officers-- one British and the other Indian-- and their wives write letters to a woman named Rita in Britain.
The army in British India; from colonial warfare to total war 1857-1947.

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