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1 Correct the following sentence :
‘ASEAN’ stands for Association of South East African Nations.
2 Fill in the blanks :
Bangladesh was a part of Pakistan from the year ___________ to ____.
3 Why do people migrate? Mention any one reason.
4 What is the role of W.T.O.?
5 Mention the main objective of Second Five Year Plan.
6 Correct the following sentence and re-write:
The issue of Jammu and Kashmir was resolved after a plebiscite which confirmed people’s desire to join India.
7 Which were the two major challenges the country faced during Lal Bahadur Shastri’s brief Prime Ministership?
8 What is the meaning of defection?
9 What was the Anti-Arrac Movement?
10 Menion any one factor that leads to regionalism.
11 After the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, in which two ways has India benefitted by continuing her friendship with Russia?
12 Identify the two founding fathers of NAM from amongst the following:
(a) Yasser Arafat (b) Nelson Mandela (c) Dr. Sukarno(d) Marshal Tito.
13 Explain any two causes that led to the formation of European Union.
14 Mention the full form of (a) SAFTA and (b) SAARC. What was the basic reason for the formation of SAARC?
15 What is meant by Human Security?
16 Mention any two ideologies of Bhartiya Jan Sangh.
17 What is Reorganisation of States? When did it take place?
18 Mention any two major objectives of Nehru’s Foreign Policy.
19 State any two lessons from regional movements in India.
20 List any two recommendations of the Mandal Commission.
21 The Non-aligned Movement came into being as an institutional pragmatic response to an era of dangerous rivalry in global affairs. The over-reaching doctrine was that those, who were not super powers or their associates were not entitled to real choices. Our leaders, however, resisted that impulsion and refused to join either of the camps, opting for neutrality as they established the Non-aligned Movement.
Read the above passage and answer the following questions:
(a) Name the global rivalry to which the passage refers to.
(b) Name the two super powers which were in conflict.
(c) Mention any two reasons why India decided to join the Non-aligned Movement.
22 Describe any four basic objectives of the ASEAN.
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