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With regard to British influences on India, which of the following statements is true? A. The British Indian Army was not expected to serve British interests beyond India. B. The common name
for the British Indian Empire was the "British Raj." C. A primary objective of British rule was attaining food self-sufficiency for Indians. D. The British East India Company ruled India after a sepoy rebellion in 1867
With regard to British influences on India, which of the following statements is true? D. The British East India Company ruled India after a sepoy rebellion in 1867
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User: With regard to British influences on India, which of the following statements is true? A. The British Indian Army was not expected to serve British interests beyond India. B. The common name for the British Indian Empire was the "British Raj." C. A primary objective of British rule was attaining food self-sufficiency for Indians. D. The British East India Company ruled India after a sepoy rebellion in 1867

Weegy: With regard to British influences on India, which of the following statements is true? D. The British East India Company ruled India after a sepoy rebellion in 1867
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User: with regard to the indo Pakistan dispute over Kashmir which of the following statements is most accurate

Weegy: With regard to the indo Pakistan dispute over Kashmir which of the following statements is most accurate : The Simla Agreement of 1972 established the current line of control between Pakistan and [ India. ]
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Asked 362 days ago|11/30/2013 10:08:43 PM
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that answer is wrong about the regard to British influences on India
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