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Examine the major issues which led to the split of Congress part in 1969.

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Chapter: [0.025] Challenges to the Congress System
Concept: Congress Split and Reconstitution

Analyse India’s changing relationship with post-Communist Russia.

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Chapter: [0.012] The End of Bipolarity
Concept: India and Post-communist Countries

Study the cartoon given below carefully and answer the following questions:

i. The given cartoon is related to which country?

ii. Which two symbols in this cartoon helped in identifying the country?

iii. What message does this cartoon convey to the world?

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Chapter: [0.013999999999999999] Alternative Centres of Power
Concept: The Rise of the Chinese Economy

Explain any four components of India’s security strategy.

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Chapter: [0.017] Security in Contemporary World
Concept: Traditional Concerns of Security and Politics of Disarmament

Define Geo-politics.

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Chapter: [0.018000000000000002] Environment and Natural Resources
Concept: Common Property Resources

Mention any two main demands of the Bharatiya Kisan Union in 1980s.

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Chapter: [0.027000000000000003] Rise of Popular Movements
Concept: Farmer's Movements

What was Chipko movement?

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Chapter: [0.027000000000000003] Rise of Popular Movements
Concept: Environment and Development - Affected People'S Movements

In the mid–1970s, there was a renewal of the women’s movement in India which was called the second phase of the Indian women’s movement. There was the growth of what is termed as the autonomous women’s movements.

How can these movements be called autonomous?

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Chapter: [0.027000000000000003] Rise of Popular Movements
Concept: Womens’ Movement in India

Name any two foreign leaders, along with the countries they belonged to, who are recognized as the founders of the Non-aligned Movement.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Challenges to Bipolarity

Examine any six consequences of the disintegration of USSR.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Disintegration of the Soviet Union and Its Impact Or Consequences on the World Order

‘Non-aligned Movement (NAM) has become irrelevant today'. Do you agree with the statement? Support your answer with any three suitable arguments.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Challenges to Bipolarity
  Column 'A'   Column 'B'
1 Head of the Commission of Enquiry a Chowdhary Charan Singh
2 Deputy Prime Minister of India from 1967 to 1969 b Jagjiwan Ram
3 Deputy Prime Minister of India from 1977 - 79 c J.C. Shah
4 Union Minister of India from 1952 - 1977 d Morarji Desai
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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Emergence of Two Power Blocs After the Second World War

How did the Soviet Union suddenly disintegrate? Explain any six reasons.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Disintegration of the Soviet Union and Its Impact Or Consequences on the World Order

Why was the end of the Second World War considered to be the beginning of Cold War? Explain.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Emergence of Two Power Blocs After the Second World War

How was the U.S. benefited by the Soviet disintegration?

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Disintegration of the Soviet Union and Its Impact Or Consequences on the World Order

Read the given passage carefully and answer the following questions:

Non-alignment as a strategy evolved in the Cold War context.... with the disintegration of USSR and the end of Cold War in 1991, non-alignment, both, as an international movement and as the core of India's foreign policy, lost some of its earlier relevance and effectiveness.

  1. Why did India adopt non-alignment?
  2. Explain any two reasons for the loss of its relevance by the Nan Aligned Movement
  3. How far do you agree that the Non-Aligned Movement has become an international movement?
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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Challenges to Bipolarity

If the Soviet Union had not disintegrated and the world had remained bipolar, how would that situation have affected the world politics?

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Disintegration of the Soviet Union and Its Impact Or Consequences on the World Order

How are the threats faced by the people in the Third World different from those faced by the people living in the First World? Support your answer with examples.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Emergence of Two Power Blocs After the Second World War

"Non-alignment does not imply neutrality or equidistance." What does this statement mean?

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Challenges to Bipolarity

Mention any two characteristics of the Soviet economy during the cold war days.

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Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Cold War Era
Concept: Disintegration of the Soviet Union and Its Impact Or Consequences on the World Order
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