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Popular Struggles and Movements

10th Class - CBSE - Political Science - 136 Questions - 0 Concepts

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Q1 Single Correct Hard
How did people protest against the 'Kittiko-Hochchiko' movements?
  • A. By throwing stones on political leaders
  • B. By throwing flowers on political leaders
  • C. None of these
  • D. By plucking eucalyptus trees and planting other saplings

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Q2 Single Correct Hard
SPA is associated with which country?
  • A. Bhutan
  • B. Tibet
  • C. China
  • D. Nepal

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Q3 Subjective Hard
What inspiration do we get from Bolivia's popular struggle? Explain any three values that we can learn from it.

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Q4 Subjective Hard
How did the struggle of the Nepali people become a source of inspiration to democrats all over the world? Explain.

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Q5 Subjective Hard
Describe the second popular movement for democracy of Nepal.

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Q6 Subjective Hard
Write the meaning of pressure groups.

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Q7 Single Correct Hard
The movement of April 2006 in Nepal was aimed at regaining popular control over the _________ from ______________ .
  • A. Monarchy, democracy
  • B. Elected representatives, the people
  • C. The king, elected representatives.
  • D. Government,the king

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Q8 Single Correct Hard
The people's movement which was launched in 1987 in Karnataka is _______________.
  • A. Narmada Bachao Andolan
  • B. Tehri Bachao Andolan
  • C. Anti-Liquor movement
  • D. Kittiko-Hachchiko

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Q9 Subjective Hard
Mewat is one of the most backward areas in Haryana. It used to be a part of district Gurgaon and Faridabad. The people of Mewat felt that the area will get better attention if it were to become a separate district. But political parties were indifferent to this sentiment. The demand for a separate district was raised by Mewat Educational and Social Organisation and Mewat Saksharta Samiti in 1996. Later Mewat Vikas Sabha was founded in 2000 and carried out a series of public awareness campaigns. This forced both the major parties, Congress and the Indian National Lok Dal, to announce their support for the new district before the assembly elections held in February 2005. The new district came into existence in July 2005. In this example what is the relationship that you observe among movement, political parties, and the government? Can you think of an example that shows a relationship different from this one?

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Q10 Single Correct Hard
SPA in Nepal stands for _________________.
  • A. Supreme Power Alliance.
  • B. Super People Advance.
  • C. Seven Political Alliance
  • D. Seven Party Alliance

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