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PAPER-II


TIME ALLOWED: 2 HOURS & 30 MINUTES ..............MAXIMUM MARKS:80
NOTE:
(iii) Attempt Only FOUR question from Part II. All questions carry EQUAL marks.
(iv) Extra attempt of any question or any part of the attempted question will not be considered.


Part-II

Q.No.2. How did the demand for Parliamentary Reforms revive in the early 1860 and by what stages were these achieved. (20)

Q.No.3. What is meant by the term “Imperialism” and how successful was Disraeli in pursuing it ? (20)

Q.No.4. “Gladstones Domestic Reforms were necessary but unpopular” Comment and give a summary of his important reforms.(20)

Q.No.5. Examine the causes which led to the rise of Labour Party and trace the main stages of its development. (20)

Q.No.6. What were the factors that facilitated the rise of Mrs. Margaret Thatcher in the politics of Britain? Highlight her major domestic policies. (20)

Q.No.7. “The League of Nations and United Nations both emerged from the ashes of the war. The League met its demise but the United Nations is struggling for its Survival”. Analyse this statement and point out the failings of United Nations. (20)

Q.No.8. Write notes on any TWO of the following: (10 each) (20)
a).Main causes of the War of Independence, 1857.
b).European Economic Community
c).Eastern question
d).Sir Winston Churchill
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