What type of discrimination did the people of Calcutta experience after it became the British capital in India?
The people of Calcutta experience following types discrimination after it became the British capital in India:
- The British part was known as a white town whereas the Indian part was known as the Black Town.
- The Indian part was inhabited by the poor. It had congested streets and shanties whereas the British part had sprawling bungalows and with open wide spaces.