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Gaurav Seth 13 hours ago

  • Epidemic:

E p i d e m i c is a sudden increase in the number of cases of a disease—more than what's typically expected for the population in that area.

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The four reforms brought are: 1)give the LDCs control over their natural resources exploited by the developed countries 2)obtain acess to western markets so that the LDCs could sell their products and make trade more beneficial for the poorer contries 3)reduce the cost of technology from the western countries 4) provide the LDCs with a greater role in international economics institutions
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NATO was an association of 12 countries they are: Belgium Canada Denmark France Iceland Italy Norway Uk Us Portugal Netherland Luxembourg
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Anjali Bisht 1 day, 2 hours ago

A global think tank -it's about potential depletion of earth's resources against the backdrop of rapidly growing world population
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Vidisha Siwach 3 days, 3 hours ago

Antarctic treaty 1959 Montreal protocol 1987 Antarctic environmental treaty 1991
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Alice Shivhare 1 day, 22 hours ago

The syllabus has not changed drastically so, I don't think u need to worry so much. The changes which takes place are really minor and believe me you will surely be able to complete your entire syllabus . Changes are like elimination of 'US Hegemony in world politics ' and also 'Era of one party dominance' . New topics are ' Role of sardar vallabh bhai patel in the integration of the princely states , etc.. Do you what these topics whom some people are calling new ;including you let me tell you these topics are not new these are old as well , just the only thing is that in the new edition these topics are more elaborated nothing else. Just i need to say you that do not overstrain yourself and also utilize your time in a effective way .

Tamanna Sharma 4 days, 16 hours ago

So till then u cn prepare ur old topics so that u cn utilize the time in a better way.. 🙂🙂

Rikhu Chaudhry 4 days, 19 hours ago

Thanku Tamanna for your advice.....but the new ncert (updated) are not available in market and on google.😕

Tamanna Sharma 5 days, 4 hours ago

Don't be confused... If u are in 12th now... Need not to worry.. 12th Political science is very easy and interesting... First of all u need to understand the new topics... And then if u have latest ncert book u can start from that... Becz ncert is best.... And if you are not having u cn download pdf from google and then read it... You can also prefer u tube videos... Which are a good source...
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Alice Shivhare 1 day, 22 hours ago

I am not damn sure but it might be in 1933.

Tamanna Sharma 5 days, 4 hours ago

May be 1915
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Tamanna Sharma 5 days, 4 hours ago

In 1992

Mansak Chamroy 5 days, 15 hours ago

European Union
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Rikhu Chaudhry 5 days, 5 hours ago

Communal zones refers to the specific areas where communal riots ( riots due to different religions/community) happened during the time of partition.
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Yogita Ingle 1 week, 1 day ago

The Marshall Plan (officially the European Recovery Program, ERP) was a series of relief programs initiated in 1948 aid in the recovery and reconstruction of Western Europe. It is named after George Marshall, who was the U.S. Secretary of State.

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Meghna Thapar 1 week, 2 days ago

The borders of modern Bangladesh were established with the separation of Bengal and India in August 1947, when the region became East Pakistan as a part of the newly formed State of Pakistan following the Boundary of the Partition of India. It resulted in the independence of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. In December 1971, Indira Gandhi sent Indian troops to fight the Pakistan army in support of the Bangladesh war of independence. ... This romance was even adumbrated by our geography: India surrounds Bangladesh on three sides, a great bear-hug of a border.

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Tamanna Sharma 1 week, 2 days ago

J. Edgar Hoover
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Tamanna Sharma 1 week, 2 days ago

An organization of 15 european states , which had its own identity , flag and Constitution
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Yogita Ingle 1 week, 6 days ago

Mexico
(i) In Mexico, the Institutional Revolutionary Party or the PRI dominated for almost sixty years.
(ii) PRI was mixture of various interests including political and military leaders, labour and Peasant organisations and political parties.

(iii) In Mexico, electoral laws were operated in a manner so as to ensure that the PRI always won. Elections were often rigged and manipulated by the ruling party.
(iv) In Mexico, tactics adopted by the PRI during the period of its dominance had a long term effect on the health of democracy. The citizens have yet to develop full confidence in the free and fair nature of elections.

India

(i) In India, Indian National Congress’s dominance was for about fifteen years.
(ii) Indian National Congress did not represent military leaders.
(iii) In India there were always fair and free elections.
(iv)The relations between the ruling party and the opposition were cordial.

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Komal Meena 1 week, 5 days ago

1. Both the powers became reluctant to initiate war to protect world from large scale destruction as they were aware that no political gains would justify the distruction of their societies. 2. The greed of expansion of their spheres of influence divided the world into alliances. The usa built western alliances which formalised into three organisation namely:1 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ( N A T O) 2. South East Asian Treaty Organisation( S E A T O) 3 Central Treaty Organisation( C E N T O) 3 The soviet union created eastern alliances known as the warsaw pact and its principal function was to counter N A T O forces in europe. 4. Smaller states joined either of the alliances to get the promise of protection,weapons and economic aid against their local rivals. 5. Superpowers required them to gain access to vital resources,military base to launch weapns and also troops,to spy on each other and economic support.
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Sahitya Shrivastava 4 days, 10 hours ago

Independent India faced three kinds of challenges FIRST - to shape a nation that was united yet accommodative diversity in our society. SECOND - to establish democracy , India adopted representative democracy based on parliamentary form of government. THIRD - to ensure development and well being of the entire society and not only some sections.
There was three problems 1) To shape a nation 2) To establish democracy 3) To ensure development and welfare of society.
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Komal Meena 2 weeks ago

The two challenges to bipolarity are: Non- aligned movement N A M offered the newly decolonised countries of Asia, Africa and Latin, America a third option i.e.,not to join any of the alliances. 2. Non-alignment neither means isolationism or neutrality. It played a role in mediating between the two rival alliances
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Gaurav Seth 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Provinces were ruled directly by British officials who were appointed by the Viceroy. Princely States were ruled by local, hereditary rulers, who acknowledged British sovereignty in return for local autonomy. 

Meghna Thapar 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Provinces were ruled directly by British officials who were appointed by the Viceroy. Princely States were ruled by local, hereditary rulers, who acknowledged British sovereignty in return for local autonomy. Before independence, India was divided into 565 princely states. These indigenous princely states believed in independent governance, which was the biggest obstacle in building a strong India. Provinces were British territories directly administered by the colonial government of British India. Princely states were states with native rulers which had entered into treaty relations with the British.

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Sureet Bajwa 2 weeks, 2 days ago

democracy is a form of government of the people by the people and for the people

Sureet Bajwa 2 weeks, 2 days ago

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Yogita Ingle 2 weeks, 2 days ago

Democracy is a form of government that allows people to choose their own representatives. People have the freedom to express their opinion and organise protests.

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