Indian History

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Lord Dufrin

Lord Dufferin

Third Burmese war in 1885 took place in the time of Lord Dufferin.

The Age of consent Act was passed.

He gave the fort of Gwalior to Maharaja Scindhia in 1886.

Three Tenancy Acts i.e. Bengal Tenancy Act of 1885, Oudh Tenancy Act of 1886, Punjab Tenancy Act of 1887 were passed in the time of Lord Dufferin.

The first session of Indian National Congress took place in 1885.

Punjdeh affair took place in 1884. After negotiations between Russia, Britain, India and Afghanista the line of demarcation wa settled in July 1887.

Lord Dufrin was the Viceroy at the time of establishment of Indian National Congress.