Political Science : Contemporary World Politics 2010 CBSE [ All India ] Set II
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Mention the impact of the end of the Cold War.Marks:1
Impacts of the end of Cold War were:
(i) Ideological dispute was over.(ii) Power relations in the World politics changed.
How many judges are there in the International Court of Justice and what is their tenure? [½+½ = 1]Marks:1
There are 15 judges in the International Court of Justice, all of different nationalities, elected for 9 year terms (five retiring every third year) by the Assembly and Security Council jointly.
Bharatiya Jana Sangh laid emphasis on which two main ideas? [½+½ = 1]Marks:1
Bharatiya Jana Sang laid emphasis on:
(i) One country, one culture and one nation.
(ii) Re-union of
and India as Akhand Bharat. Pakistan
After the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri on
10th January 1966, how did Indira Gandhi become the next Prime Minister?Marks:1
The Senior Congress leaders may have supported Indira Gandhi in the belief that her administrative and political inexperience would compel her to be dependent on them for support and guidance.
What was the anti-arrack movement?Marks:1
It was a movement in Andhra Pradesh led by women to put a ban on the sale of arrack (alcohol).
What is meant by ‘
PunjabAccord’ of 1985?Marks:1
‘Punjab Accord’ of 1985 was signed between Rajiv Gandhi and Harchand Singh Longowal to bring normalcy in
What is meant by “hegemony as a structural power”?Marks:1
Hegemony as a structural power means the role played by the
in providing public Goods. By public good we mean those goods that can be consumed by one person without reducing the amount of the good available for some one else. For eq. Fresh air, roads, internet etc. USA
What is the main objective of ‘Amnesty International’?Marks:1
Amnesty International is an NGO that campaigns for the protection of human rights all over the world. It promotes respect for all the human rights in Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Fill in the blanks with appropriate words:
Indira Gandhi had to deal with the ___________ a group of powerful and influential leaders from within the ____________. [½ + ½ = 1]Marks:1
Indira Gandhi had to deal with the Syndicate, a group of powerful and influential leaders from within the Congress.
Mention the names of any two important leaders of the Congress party who were defeated in the 1967 General Elections. [½ + ½ = 1]Marks:1
The two important ‘leaders of the congress party who were defeated in the 1967 General Elections were:(ii) Atulya Ghosh in
(i) K. Kamraj in Tamil Nadu.