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Home Rule Movement

The Home Rule Movement was aimed at achieving self government within the sovereignty of the British.

Annie Besant and Tilak led Home Rule Movement in India.

Tilak was released from Jail in 1914.

Tilak started a Home Rule League in Bombay in April 1916.

Annie Besant who was an Irish Woman started Home Rule League in September, 1916 in Madras.

Annie Besant used two news papers "New India" and "Common Wheel" for the Movement.

She started a national college in Madanapalli of Chittor District.

The Government arrested Annie Besant in June 1917 and released in September 1917.

She was elected as the president of Indian National Congress of Calcutta Session in 1917.

Tilak used two news papers "Kesari" and "Maratha" for the Movement