Banerjea, Surendranath, Sir, 1848-1925Alternative names
1871-1874 Indian Civil Service; 1871-1873 assistant magistrate, Sylhet; 1875 English lectureship, Metropolitan College, Calcutta; 1876 founder, the Indian Association; 1882 founder, Ripon College; 1879- editor, The Bengalee; 1885 municipal chairman, Bengal; 1893-1901 member of the Bengal Legislative Council; 1895 and 1902 president, the Indian National Congress; 1990 member of the National Congress' mission to Britain; 1897 gave evidence to the Welby commission in Britain; 1905 campaigned against the partition of Bengal; 1909 representative of the Indian press at the Imperial conference; 1913 member of the Bengal Legislative Council; 1913-1920 member of the Imperial Legislative Council; 1918 president of the moderate conference; 1919 gave evidence to the joint Parliamentary Committee of both (UK) Houses on Indian reforms; 1921 member of the Bengal Legislative Council; 1921 knighthood; 1921-1923 minister for local government, Bengal.
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- India, Asia (as recorded)
- Bengal, India (as recorded)
- Nawanagar State, India (as recorded)
- Tibet, Asia (as recorded)