Political Agent

Political Agent or political agent may refer to:

  • Political Resident, a representative with consular duties and political contacts with local chiefs
  • Political officer (British Empire), an officer of the British imperial civil administration
  • Election agent, a person legally responsible for the conduct of a candidate's political campaign

Other articles related to "political, political agent, agent":

Bundelkhand - History - British Rule, 1802–1947
... A political officer attached to the British forces in Bundelkhand supervised British relations with the sanad states ... states were organized into the Bundelkhand Agency in 1811, when a political agent to the Governor-General of India was appointed and headquartered at Banda ... The political agent was placed under the authority of the Lieutenant-Governor of the North-Western Provinces, headquartered in Agra, in 1835 ...
Laaj - Plot
... Hindus of the area reach the British Court run by an English Political Agent involved in both the executive and the judiciary ... The agent is, in actuality, against the warring Pathans, and he intends to teach them a lesson ... In the court, the political agent decides against the couple's case ...
Pudukkottai State - Administration
... Cotton, the Governor's agent for the Madras states on 29 September 1924 ... The Government of Madras was represented by a political agent ... From 1800, when the first Political agent was appointed, till 1840, the Political Agent was usually the District Collector of Tanjore, from 1840 to 1865, the Agent was the Collector of ...
Bundelkhand Agency - History
... The sanad states were organized into the Bundelkhand Agency in 1811, when a political agent to the Governor-General of India was appointed and headquartered at Banda ... The political agent was placed under the authority of the Lieutenant-Governor of the North-Western Provinces, headquartered in Agra, in 1835 ... under the Commissioner for the Saugor and Nerbudda Territories, who appointed a political assistant based at Jhansi ...
Joseph Cunningham
... was appointed assistant to Colonel (afterwards Sir Claude) Wade, the political agent on the Sikh frontier ... For the next eight years he held and occupied several political positions in this area under Colonel Wade and his successors until 1845 ... At time of the outbreak of the first Sikh War (December 1845), he was a political agent in the state of Bahawalpur ...

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