The Naval Ratings mutiny took place in 1946. Basically, it started as the sailors were dissatisfied with the food they were given. This snowballed into a mutiny against British rule. The mutiny started in Bombay Dock.
The capital of British India was transferred from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Delhi in the year 1911. The announcement to shift the capital was made during the Delhi Durbar (a grand imperial gathering) held in December 1911 to commemorate the coronation of King George V.
The shift of the capital was a part of the larger plan to move the administrative center closer to the northern parts of India. The new capital in Delhi was known as New Delhi and was designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens. It became the center of British colonial administration in India.
Therefore, the correct option is Option A: 1911, when the capital of British India was transferred from Calcutta to Delhi.
The transfer of Government from the 'Company' to the 'Crown' was pronounced by Lord Canning (November 1, 1858) at
To declare the assumption of the Government of India by the crown a Durbar was held at Allahabad on November 1, 1858, by the Viceroy Lord Canning. Queen`s proclamation was read by Lord Canning. As per the proclamation, the administration of India came into the direct hands of British Government.
During colonial period, British capital was mainly invested in
Its true that Gandhi did have a compromising attitude towards the British during WWII and even stated that "We do not seek independence out of Britain's ruin". Though Gandhi was the most influential figure in the political scenario at the time, it's important to remember that simply because he wanted to maintain a compromising attittude towards the British, many of the other political leaders of the time did not wish to do so.
The East India Company had taken Bombay from Charles II. On 21 May 1662, the marriage treaty of Charles II of England and Catherine of Braganza, daughter of King John IV of Portugal, placed Bombay in possession of the British Empire, as part of dowry of Catherine to Charles.