9 Most VSAQ’s of Post War World and India Chapter in Class 10th Social (TS/AP)

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VSAQ-1 : What was the main purpose of 1955 Bandung conference?

The 1955 Bandung Conference had as its primary aim the promotion of economic and cultural collaboration among newly independent nations, with a particular focus on countries in Asia, Africa, and subsequently Latin America. The conference’s overarching goal was to enhance and solidify connections among these recently sovereign nations.

VSAQ-2 : When was UNO formed?

The United Nations Organization (UNO) was founded on October 24th, 1945.

VSAQ-3 : What is Mac Mohan line?

The Mac Mohan Line designates the border line that demarcates the boundary between India and China.

VSAQ-4 : Explain the veto power.

The veto power is a prerogative conferred upon the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. This authority empowers them to hinder or disapprove resolutions and decisions endorsed by the Security Council.

VSAQ-5 : What was “Mukti Bahini”?

Mukti Bahini signifies the liberation movement and armed resistance force established by proponents of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971.

VSAQ-6 : Why were the Non-aligned nations known as third world countries?

The term “third world countries” originally described nations that remained neutral during the Cold War, not aligning with the US or the Soviet Union. Over time, it became associated with developing nations in the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), which aimed to remain neutral and advance their interests.

VSAQ-7 : Who was the first person to go into space?

The first person to venture into space was Yuri Gagarin, hailing from Russia. He achieved this momentous milestone on April 12, 1961 when he orbited the Earth aboard the spacecraft Vostok 1.

VSAQ-8 : Who was the first person to land on moon?

The first person to set foot on the Moon was Neil Armstrong representing the USA. This monumental event occurred on July 20, 1969, as part of the Apollo 11 mission.

VSAQ-9 : Who was the first president of Palestine?

The first president of Palestine was Yasser Arafat. He held the position of leader within the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and subsequently assumed the role of President of the Palestinian Authority.