HC Deb 28 August 1907 vol 182 c447

To ask the Secretary of State for India whether he will consider, when occasion arises, the propriety of obtaining representation upon the Indian Committee of the Imperial Institute of Southern India and of the Madras Presidency, as well as of Bengal and Bombay.

(Answered by Mr. Secretary Morley.) The arrangements for the administration of the Imperial Institute have been under revision. Under the new scheme, final approval of which will not be long delayed, the Indian Committee will cease to exist.