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  • question_answer1) Identify the reason responsible for the people's disliking of the National Emergency imposed in 1975.

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  • question_answer2) Explain any one difference between the ideologies represented by the US and the USSR during the Cold War period.

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  • question_answer3) Highlight any one advantage of the popular movements.

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  • question_answer4) How did the 'Chipko Movement' get its name?

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  • question_answer5) 
    Which one of the following statements is 'true' about the constraints on American hegemony?          [1]
    (a) The increasing power of Russia.
    (b) The widespread terrorism in the world.
    (c) The institutional structure of the American State itself.
    (d) The rise of the India as a new economic power.

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  • question_answer6) Mention any two environmental issues that have become the concern of global politics.

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  • question_answer7) Assess any two consequences of shock therapy.

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  • question_answer8) 
    Match the facts given in Column 'A' with those in Column 'B' in a meaningful way:
    Column 'A' Column 'B'
    (a) Proponent of two - nation theory. (i) Sukumar Sen
    (b) Raised the demand for a separate State in 1952. (ii) M. A. Jinnah
    (c) First Election Commissioner of India. (iii) C. Rajagopalachari
    (d) Founder of the Swatantra Party. (iv) Potti Sreeramulu

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  • question_answer9) In your opinion, how far is India justified in choosing the policy of Non-Alignment?

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  • question_answer10) Give any two examples to show that globalisation has affected our food habits.

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  • question_answer11) State the two main expectations on the basis of which the United Nations was formed in 1945. Mention any two organs and agencies each of the UN.

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  • question_answer12) Compare the aims and achievements of the First and the Second Five Year Plans to conclude which of the two was a turning point in India's development.

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  • question_answer13) 'Coalition Governments proved to be a boon for democracy in India.' Support this statement with any two suitable arguments.

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  • question_answer14) List any four demands of the Narmada Bachao Andolan.

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  • question_answer15) Explain any four factors that make the European Union an influential organisation.

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  • question_answer16) Explain the Nuclear Policy of India.

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  • question_answer17) 
    Study the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    The Emergency made everyone more aware of the value of civil liberties. The Courts too, have taken an active role after the Emergency in protecting the civil liberties of the individuals. This is a response to the inability of the judiciary to protect civil liberties effectively during the Emergency.
    (i) Which Fundamental Right of the citizens was affected the most during the Emergency period in 1975?
    (ii) Why did the judiciary start taking an active role after the Emergency in protecting the civil liberties of the individuals?
    (iii) Should there be no restriction on the 'Right to Civil Liberties'? Support your answer with one suitable argument.

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  • question_answer18) 
    Study the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    The smaller States in the alliances used the link to the superpowers for their own purposes. They got the promise of protection, weapons and economic aid against their local rivals, mostly regional neighbours with whom they had rivalries. The alliance systems led by the two superpowers, therefore, threatened to divide the entire world into two camps.
    (i) Name the two superpowers that are referred to in this passage.
    (ii) How did the 'alliance systems' assure to protect the smaller States from their regional neighbours?
    (iii) Explain any two reasons for the big powers to have smaller countries as their allies.

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  • question_answer19) 
    Study the cartoon given below carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    (i) Identify the country related to this cartoon.
    (ii) Evaluate the system of governance being practiced in this country,                                     
    (iii) How is the system of governance in India different from that of the country related to the cartoon?

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  • question_answer20) 
    Study the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    The linguistic states underlined the acceptance of the principle of diversity. When we say that India adopted democracy, it does not simply mean that India adopted the format of elections. The choice was larger than that. It was a choice in favour of recognising and accepting the existence of differences which could at times be oppositional. Democracy, in other words, was associated with plurality of ideas and ways of life.      
    (i) Identify any two forms of diversity in the cultural life of people in India.
    (ii) Give any two examples to show that democracy in India is associated with plurality of ideas and acceptance of differences.
    (iii) Assess the role of elections on strengthening democracy.

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  • question_answer21) 
    .In the given political outline map of India, five states have been shown as (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). Identify them on the basis of information given below and write their correct names in your answer-book with the respective serial number of the information used and the alphabet concerned as per the following format:
    Sr. no. of the information used Alphabet concerned Name of the State
    (i) The State which came into existence due to bifurcation at the time of partition in 1947.
    (ii) A Princely State whose ruler resisted its merger with India.
    (iii) The State where the Congress Party failed to win majority in the First General Elections of India.
    (iv) The 29th State of India.
    (v) The State which was created in 1966

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  • question_answer22) 
    Describe the organisational structure and working the U.N. Security Council.
    Describe any three new sources of threat of security.

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  • question_answer23) 
    Highlight any three issues of consensus to show that in the midst of severe competitions and conflicts, a consensus has appeared among most political parties.
    Suggest any three measures which, in your opinion are very effective to strengthen the national integrity and unity of India.

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  • question_answer24) 
    Describe any three major political developments that took place in India after the lifting of Emergency in 1977.
    Describe any three major events that led to the formal split in the Congress Party in 1969.

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  • question_answer25) 
    Examine the hegemony of the United States as a hard power.
    Analyse the working of democracy in Pakistan.

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  • question_answer26) 
    Explain any six reasons responsible for the dis-integration of the USSR.
    Explain any three reasons that led the Cold War to an arms race as well as arms control.

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  • question_answer27) 
    Suggest any four steps that the Government of India should immediately take to save the environment.
    Suggest any four steps that the Government of India should take to popularise the Indian culture at the global level.

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