4) Critically examine how far India has managed to fulfill its national interests through the exercise of its foreign policy. Discuss in light of the overall objectives of India’s foreign policy?(250 words)

TOPIC: India and its neighborhood- relations. 4) Critically examine how far India has managed to fulfill its national interests through the exercise of its foreign policy. Discuss in light of the overall objectives of India’s foreign policy?(250 words) Reference Why this question In the past few years, India has put a lot of emphasis on …

3) The Simla Agreement was much more than a peace treaty seeking to reverse the consequences of the 1971 war. Comment.(250 Words)

Topic: India and its neighborhood- relations. 3) The Simla Agreement was much more than a peace treaty seeking to reverse the consequences of the 1971 war. Comment.(250 Words) Reference     Why this question Simla agreement is it important agreement as far as India-Pakistan relations are concerned. It aimed too lay down a comprehensive framework …

2)Nationalist movement in India prior to arrival of Gandhi was a movement representing the classes as opposed to the masses. Examine(250 words)

  Topic: The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country 2)Nationalist movement in India prior to arrival of Gandhi was a movement representing the classes as opposed to the masses. Examine(250 words)   Key demand of the question We have to compare and contrast Gandhian movement …

1)The British conquest of India was an accident rather than the result of a deliberate policy and design. Critically analyse.(250 words)

Topic: The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country 1)The British conquest of India was an accident rather than the result of a deliberate policy and design. Critically analyse.(250 words) NCERT Bipan Chandra, India’s Struggle for Independence, Chapter 13     Why this question It’s a …