During British rule Indian Industries were destroyed due to _______.
British conservationists, which were in Mumbai on March, have appealed to their Indian counterparts to make a case for preserving the city's derelict cotton mills.
The introduction of destroyed Indian agro-based industries under the British rule.
Select the appropriate option based on the following statements. Statement 1: At the time the Industrial Revolution began in England, not much manufacturing happened there and Indian textiles were very much in demand. Statement 2: The British passed a law prohibiting the use and selling of Indian calicoes and silks in order to promote their own goods.
The Article 51-A of the Indian Constitution specifies ____ Fundamental Duties of all Indian citizens.
The fundamental duties that were added to the Indian Constitution were based on the recommendation of the Committee.