The Council of Trent was exceedingly important for its clearing orders on self-reform and for its stubborn definitions that clarified essentially each convention challenged by the Protestants. Incited by the Reformation, it also has been portrayed as the encapsulation of the Counter-Reformation.
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The Indian Councils Act 1861 was introduced because the British Government wanted to involve the Indian people with the process of law making. This Act was passed on 1st August 1861. Its main provisions were as under: 1.
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