Durand Line (1893), McMahon Line (1914), Radcliffe Line (1947) https://www.indiatimes.com/news/india/from-durand-to-radcliffe-and-macmohan-these-are-the-lines-that-divided-indian-subcontinent-and-carved-new-territories-263467.html
Consider the following pairs :
1. Sarala Devi Chaudhurani - Founder of Bharat Stree Mahamandal
2. Sarojini Naidu - Founder of Women’s Indian Association
(d) Subhash Chandra Bose and Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya
Answer: C Explanation
After the debacle of Non-Cooperation Movement in 1922, a group of leaders (No-changers: Ansari, Rajapogalachari, Kasturiranga Iyengar, Rajendra Prasad and Vallabha bhai Patel) who still believed in Gandhian methods advocated on continuing Gandhian constructive rural work while another group, the Pro-changers with such stalwarts like Motilal Nehru, C R Das demanded Congress participation in council politics. A compromise was struck by which Pro-changers were allowed to stand for elections even as their faith in the constructive programme was reiterated. In the elections of 1923, the Das-Nehru group under the banner of the Swaraj Party emerged the single largest party in the Central Assembly, Bombay and Bengal Councils.