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Department
History
Course
HIS282H5
Professor
Malavika Kasturi
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 7A colonialism in the aftermath of 1857Government founded not on consent but on conquest1A New forms of governance British Crown ruled India proclamation of 1858Secretary of state Londonviceroy india exercise absolute powerCoercive apparatus expands racisim iilbert Bill controversy 1882New alliances and language of power darbars There was an interference of religion and culture of the subjects leading to 1857 Allies were not supposed to change the structure of power Proclamation provided a template of government The viceroy was answerable to the secretary of the stateCapital was shifted from calcatta to delhi Old imperial period of powerDarbars The illbert bill controversy it wanted to give the right to Indian judges in civil court to try the british criminals which was not possible at that time Led to so much controversy against the people living in Indian
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