POLITICAL SCIENCE: 2017: CBSE: [DELHI]: SET-I

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  • Q1

    State any one special feature of Indo-Russian friendship.

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    Answer:

    India’s relations with Russia are an important aspect of India’s foreign policy. Indo-Russian relations are embedded in a history of trust and common interests and are matched by popular perceptions. Russia and India share a vision of a multipolar world order.

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  • Q2

    Which one of the following was a part of its global war on terrorism by the U.S?        [1]

    a) operation desert storm

    b) computer war

    c)Operation Enduring Freedom

    d) Video game war

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    Answer:

    (c) As a part of its ‘Global War on Terror’, the US launched ‘Operation Enduring Freedom’ against all those suspected to be behind this attack, mainly Al-Qaeda and the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

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  • Q3

    Give any one example to show that events taking place in one part of the world could have an impact on another part of the world.    [1]

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    Answer:

    We are aware of the fact that events taking place in one part of the world could have an impact on another part of the world. For example the Bird flu or tsunami is not confined to any particular nation. It does not respect national boundaries.

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  • Q4

    What has been the ideology of left parties in India?       [1]

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    Answer:

    Left parties followed the variants of communist ideology.

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  • Q5

    How far is the demand for reservation beyond SCs, STs and OBCs Justified?

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    Answer:

    If large segment of Indian society, do not get adequate representation in administration for a long period of time then they have right to get their due share of political power by reservation.

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  • Q6

    Starting in the 1960s, the two super powers signed which two significant agreements to control arms?

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    Answer:

    Starting in the 1960s, the two sides signed three significant agreements within a decade. These were the Limited Test Ban Treaty, Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.

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  • Q7

    Assess the commonly agreed upon two goals visualized by the Indians during the national movement which have been fulfilled after independence.

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    Answer:

    There were two goals during the national movement, on which  almost every Indian agreed upon: one, that after Independence, we shall run our country through democratic government; and two, that the government will be run for the good of all, particularly the poor and the socially disadvantaged groups. These have been fulfilled after independence.

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  • Q8

    Match the following leaders in list-A with the suitable statements in List-B:                               [2]

     

    a) LalBahadurShastri

    i) Founder of Communist party of India (Marxist-Leninst)

    b) C. Natarajan Annadurai

    ii) Founder of D.M.K

    c) CharuMajumdar

    iii) A Member of Parliamet from 1952 till his death in 1986

    d) Jagjiwan Ram

    iv) Coined the famous slogan ‘Jai Jawan-Jai Kisam’.

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    Answer:

    a) LalBahadurShastri

    iv) Coined the famous slogan ‘Jai Jawan-Jai Kisam’.

    b) C. Natarajan Annadurai

    ii) Founder of D.M.K

    c) CharuMajumdar

    i) Founder of Communist party of India (Marxist-Leninst)

    d) Jagjiwan Ram

    iii) A Member of Parliamet from 1952 till his death in 1986

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  • Q9

    In your opinion, was Anandpur Sahib resolution a plea for strengthening federalism or a plea for separate sikh nation?

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    Answer:

    TheAnandpur Sahib Resolution asserted regional autonomy and wanted to redefine centre-state relationship in the country. The resolution also spoke of the aspirations of the Sikh qaum(community or nation) and declared its goal as attaining the bolbala(dominance or hegemony) of the Sikhs. The Resolution was a plea for strengthening federalism, but it could also be interpreted as a plea for a separate Sikh nation.

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  • Q10

    Assess the role of democratic negotiations in responding to regional aspirations.

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    Answer:

    The best way to respond to regional aspirations is through democratic negotiations rather than through suppression. Look at the situations in the 1980s--militancy had erupted in Punjab; problems were persisting in the North-East; students in Assam were agitating; Kashmir valley was on the boil. Instead of treating these as simple law and order problems, the Government of India reached negotiated settlement with regional movements. This produced a reconciliation which reduced the tensions existing in many regions.

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