THE VICEROY'S COUNCIL.
V. j-utST HINDU APPOINTEB. A HEAVE ACT OP STATE. . '■! ■ ~~~~" \ (Received 9 a.m.) » LONDON, March 24. It is officially reported that Satyendra pjjjjjuia Qinha, a barrister, succeeds Jit. H. B. Hicharde, K.C., as a member «f the Viceroy of India's Council. The 'Timeii,' , commenting upon the responsibility assumed by Lord Morley, gentry of Stete for India, in making tte appointment, says this is the gravest »ct of State taken in India, and expresses !tiong misgivings as to the result of the Jjpartnre, unless Sinha is given a Mβjmnisedan colleague.
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