Hayat-i-Shahjehani, Life of Her Highness the Late Nawab Shahjehan Begum of Bhopal, C. I., G. C. S. I.
Times Press, 1926 - 301 pages
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Page 284 - The profits accruing on the aforesaid Railway shall be divided in perpetuity between the British Government and the Ruler of Bhopal in proportion to the capital contributed by each party at the close of the period for which the accounts are made up. In the event of the Railway being worked at a loss during any half-year or other period for which the accounts may be made up, such loss shall be borne by the British Government and...
Page 285 - Agreement was made between the Government of India and Her Highness the Begum of Bhopal, which provided amongst other things, that the profits accruing on the aforesaid Railway should be divided in perpetuity between the British Government and the Ruler of Bhopal according to the mileage constructed at the cost of either party, and whereas it is deemed desirable that...
Page 205 - ... from Her Majesty the Queen of England and India. In the name, then, of the Queen, and by Her Majesty's commands, I now invest you with the Honourable Insignia of the Star of India, of which Most Exalted Order Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to appoint you to be a Knight.
Page 284 - RULER of BHOPAL, GCSI, MCI, relative to the construction of a railway in the BHOPAL STATE — 1887. Whereas on the 16th day of September 1880, an agreement was made between the Government of India and Her Highness the Begam of Bhopal which provided, amongst other things, for the construction of a railway between the Great Indian Peninsula Railway and the city of Bhopal ; and whereas, owing to the death of the late lamented Kudsia Begam, and to the course of other events, the circumstances contemplated...
Page 284 - ... between the Government of India and Her Highness the Begam of Bhopal which provided, amongst other things, for the construction of a railway between the Great Indian Peninsula Railway and the city of Bhopal ; and whereas, owing to the death of the late lamented Kudsia Begam, and to the course of other events, the circumstances contemplated by that agreement have been to some extent changed ; and whereas it is desirable to bring the terms of that agreement into conformity with the altered condition...
Page 185 - Knight Grand Commander of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India, and Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St.
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Page 289 - Hasan be deprived of his titles and salute, and that he shall in future abstain from all interference, direct or indirect, in the affairs of the State ; and that, in the event of his disregarding this order, a punishment of a much heavier kind shall be dealt out to him. Seeing that by his usurpation of authority, and by the oppression that has characterized his acts, the condition of the State and its administration is in the highest degree unsatisfactory, His Excellency directs the appointment of...
Page 137 - Durbar and the assumption of the title of Empress of India by the Queen of England aggravated suffering and provoked national resentment.
Page 164 - State, is a worthy inheritor of those traditions ; she has shown herself to be a wise and sagacious Ruler, and she has contributed largely towards the welfare of the State by her generous support of many good and useful works.