Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of Chronicle/1921


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    33* The Moplah (or Mapilla) rebellion in Malabar, in which Muslim peasants kill or ‘convert’ Hindus, leads to bloody confrontations with the police and is a major setback to the non-co- operation movement’s efforts to make a nationalist alliance between Hindus and Muslims.  
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    5 * Tagore’s Vishwabharati University is officially recognised.  
     5* [[Tagore]]’s Vishwabharati University is officially recognised.  
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    77* The Bengali Theatrical Company stages Khirode Prasad Vidyavinode’s Alamgir, introducing [[Sisir Bhaduri]], and transforms the Bengali public theatre.  
     
    1919* Novelist Premchand surrenders his government post to contribute pamphlets in support of the movement. 
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    21 * Kohinoor’s [[Bhakta Vidur]], banned in Madras and Sind, becomes Indian cinema’s first censorship controversy. [[Dhiren Ganguly]]’s anti-Western satire, [[Bilet Pherat]], produced by the Indo-British Film Co. (Est: 1918).  
     21* [[Kohinoor]]’s [[Bhakta Vidur]], banned in Madras and Sind, becomes Indian cinema’s first censorship controversy. [[Dhiren Ganguly]]’s anti-Western satire, [[Bilet Pherat]], produced by the Indo-British Film Co. (Est: 1918).  
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    2323* [[R. S. Prakash]] starts the Star of the East film company in Madras.