The Radcliffe Line is a Boundary Between

  1. India and Pakistan
  2. India and Myanmar
  3. India and China
  4. India and Afghanistan
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 12th June 2015 in History.
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    Answer: (1) India and Pakistan

    RE: The Radcliffe Line is a Boundary Between


    The Radcliffe line is a between India and Pakistan.
    It was published on 17th August 1947as a boundary between India and Pakistan. It was named on Sir Cyril Radcliff who was the chairman of the border commission. Every boundary commission consisted five members  and one chairman, two members nominated by the Indian National Congress and two members nominated by the Muslim League.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 13th June 2015.
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