India's Foreign Policy

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  • Q1

    Tashkent agreement was signed by

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    Answer:

    Lal Bahadur Shastri and General Ayub Khan.

    Explanation:
    The Tashkent Declaration of January 10, 1966 was a peace agreement signed (Soviet city of Tashkent) between India and Pakistan.
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  • Q2

    Pakistan launched armed attacks in April 1965 in the area -________.

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    Answer:

    Rann of Kutch area of Gujarat

    Explanation:

    In April 1965 Pakistan launched armed attacks in the Rann of Kutch area of Gujarat. This was followed by a bigger offensive in Jammu and Kashmir in August-September the same year.

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  • Q3

    The end of the Second World War resulted in the emergence of the

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    Answer:

    cold war era.

    Explanation:

    The end of second world war resulted in the emergence of two super powers i.e. U.S.A and USSR.

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  • Q4

    India's Defence Minister during the Indo-China War in 1962 was...

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    Answer:

    V.K. Krishna Menon.

    Explanation:

    V.K. Krishna Menon was a diplomat and minister; active in the Labour Party in UK between 1934- 1947. He was the Indian High Commissioner in UK and later head of India’s delegation to UN. He was considered very close to Nehru. He resigned after the India-China war in 1962.

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  • Q5

    The First Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) was held in Belgrade in

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    Answer:

    September 1961.

    Explanation:
    The first Conference of Non-Aligned Heads of State, at which 25 countries were represented, was convened at Belgrade in September 1961, largely through the initiative of Yugoslavian President Tito. He had expressed concern that an accelerating arms race might result in war between the Soviet Union and the USA.
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