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  1. Umna.Asim

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    I did check it and it only talks about two points, I cannot write two points, can I ?
     
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    thanks A lot really helped :)
     
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    can this come ???
    i mean it's no where in the book :eek:
     
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    Please post 4 mark questions list sec1&2 with answers .,.
     
  6. Irfan Atique

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    The question is from history topics and books aint enough you have to do some research
     
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    oh okay =(
    acha can u ans these:
    1. comparison of partition of Bengal wid it's reversal
      eg. reason for partitioning bengal were more imp than those that caused its reversal? do u agree? exp ur ans
    2. a) was promotion of urdu more imp than promotion of other/regional languages between 1947-1999
      b) ‘The development of Pushto has been promoted more than any other Pakistani regional language between 1947 and 1988.’
      c) How important was the development of regional languages to Pakistan between 1947 and 1988? Explain your answer. [14]
    3. what were the constitutional reforms from the beginning of British rule till independence
    i dont exactly remember the question 3, sir junaid took our mock ques paper it had this ques, but it's meaning was this only
     
  8. Irfan Atique

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    sorry I want ans the guess questions
     
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    okay :(
     
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    Question: Why khilaft moment was founded? [7[
    Answer: The Khilafat Movement was organized by the Ali brothers- Mohammed Ali and Shaukat Ali in protest against the injustices done to Turkey (which had fought against Britain) after the First World War. Turkey was important to the Indian Muslims as the Sultan of Turkey was also the ‘Caliph’ (or Khalifa) and was the head of the Muslims throughout the world. The Khilafat leaders put pressure upon the British government to give better treatment to Turkey. Through this demand, Muslims were drawn into the national movement in large numbers. The movement become a part of the national movement. The Congress leaders joined in the agitation and helped in organizing it throughout the country.
    Khilafat Movement was founded when the First World War started in 1914; Turkey which was the center of Islam fought by the side of Germany and the Ottoman Empire was to fight the alleys of British. The British government was to stern to keep the Muslims of India in control, so that the Muslims should not raise any voice in the support of khalifa.
    As the World War 1 ended in 1918 the British decided to punish the Turkish was by the side of Germany and against British so the Indian Muslims are disturbed over the fate of Turkey as the Muslims thought that the Turkey would be split up and Muslims held the Caliphate of Turkey in high regard and they were not prepared to see Turkey spilt up after the War. They also desired that respectful approach be concluded between the British and Turkey but the British punished Turkey the Muslims of India organized a movement to put the pressure on British to respect their Promise who promised that no harm would be done to the caliphate but after the war ended the European suggested that the British and French wanted to punish the Turks for their Support for the Germans. As a result Muslims organized themselves under the leadership of Ali Brothers who formed an institution called the Khialft Movement. In this way Khilaft Movement was founded.
     
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    Answer: The British government took control of the affairs of EIC in the early 19th century because of the worst treatment to the Indian people and as well as it was better For the British crown to run the profit properly rather than the private company (EIC) to run the country.
    EIC was basically semi-government (private company). EIC after gaining control of Subcontinent give many problems to local people e.g. Annexations of the territories the introduction of advanced weapon introduction of study of Bible in school and their own huge some of trade. Another reason was the revolt of 1857 and they invest of EIC.
    For the British government the subcontinent was too valuable and they were frightened of Russian advance from the North. The volume of trade become so significant that the British government felt it was too valuable and asset to leave in the hands of private company even though, the EIC was now holding it possession interest for them but the British government also feared of the Russian expansion in central Asia. So Britain decided to shape its foreign policy by further expansion to Afghanistan. To counter this threat as British was becoming more involved and her prestige began to beat stake and involved further expansion became inevitable especially after the defeat by the Afghanis at Kabul. Another factor was that the EIC was doing unjust with local people like during annexation of Bengal millions of people died during EIC was resounded in the British government had to react and took over EIC.
     
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    Question: Why the British government take control of the affairs of EIC in the early 19th century? [7]
    Answer: The British government took control of the affairs of EIC in the early 19th century because of the worst treatment to the Indian people and as well as it was better For the British crown to run the profit properly rather than the private company (EIC) to run the country.
    EIC was basically semi-government (private company). EIC after gaining control of Subcontinent give many problems to local people e.g. Annexations of the territories the introduction of advanced weapon introduction of study of Bible in school and their own huge some of trade. Another reason was the revolt of 1857 and they invest of EIC.
    For the British government the subcontinent was too valuable and they were frightened of Russian advance from the North. The volume of trade become so significant that the British government felt it was too valuable and asset to leave in the hands of private company even though, the EIC was now holding it possession interest for them but the British government also feared of the Russian expansion in central Asia. So Britain decided to shape its foreign policy by further expansion to Afghanistan. To counter this threat as British was becoming more involved and her prestige began to beat stake and involved further expansion became inevitable especially after the defeat by the Afghanis at Kabul. Another factor was that the EIC was doing unjust with local people like during annexation of Bengal millions of people died during EIC was resounded in the British government had to react and took over EIC.
     
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    Answer:
    Immense wealth and luxurious life of Indian princes was the main cause of attraction for the Europeans and also the British.
    It is a country of fertile land and agricultural produce, mineral wealth and other natural resources. Since early history, it was attractive to invaders. Europe on the other hand has cold climate and lesser natural resources.
    Since twelfth century, scientific development started in Europe which led to the development of weaponry. Gun powder started modern guns and cannons. These factors encouraged Europeans to invade and capture other fertile lands where the rulers were divided and disintegrated. The Europeans came to India for wealth but due to their lesser number and a strong system of kings in India, they could not gain political power. The stories of the luxurious life of Indian Nawabs and Rajas were known to Europeans. Their clothes, jewelry, immense wealth and luxury always attracted Europeans and they saw golden opportunities of business in India. The Portuguese, the Dutch, the French and finally the British tried their luck in India. Until the death of Aurangzeb, Mughals had become very weak and the EIC decided to take advantage of this weakness. Until, 1750, Mughals had lost their wealth as well as their prestige. Soon the British got involved in practical politics and captured India within hundred years.
    East India Company also involved due to the competition and political rivalry with the other European nations. European nations were almost equal in technological development and they had captured the wealth-producing regions of the world. For this reason, when East India Company went to Indonesia, they were expelled by the Dutch. Even in India, the Emperor Jahangir did not permit them to trade but they were lucky that they were granted permission by the Prince Shah Jahan. There was a rivalry between the Europeans and they wanted to supersede each other. Besides that, the British had a strong government of Queen Victoria. They were rich, organized and advanced in technology but in India, they had competition with Portuguese, Dutch and later with the French. However they could not imagine in 1608 that they would become the rulers of India in hundred years.
     
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    Thanks :)
    If we look at the three points, they would be:
    - Pressurizing the British to remin them of their wartime promises
    -to save the Caliph and Ottoman Empire
    - deep seated Muslim fears about how Muslim countries were treated in general.
    Are these right?
     
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    Thankyouuu! :)
    and these are the three points right?
    - Due to Russian expansion the British government thought it was too risky to leave India in the hands of a Private company.
    -War of Independence (1857)
    -EIC was taking too much profit for themselves and by taking a direct control they wouldn't lose the valuable asset.




     
  16. Umna.Asim

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    Thanks once again!
    Sir, my teacher said that the three points for this would be
    -profitable trade
    -getting monopoly of trade in india by competing with other Europeans
    -fear of Russian expansion.
    Can you elaborate the third point? And in case you're wondering why I always write down the three points is because it helps me write the answer because I can then elaborate it easily. Anyways much much thanks for helping :)

     
  17. Irfan Atique

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    yes
     
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    Sir the Paper was V easy! :D
     
  19. Irfan Atique

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    i told every one dear about sce 1 and 2 that 3 to 4 question are in the paper so no need for section 3...... but they just didn't listened to me
     
  20. Irfan Atique

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    now m not gonna give any advice.... coz they follow their teachers n m not a teacher in Pakistan..
     
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    Yup sec 3 is a waste of time! :sneaky:
     

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