HistoryMatch the columns:Matrix: Column I Column II(a)Panchsheel(i)Shaikh Mujib ur Rahman(b)NAM(ii)Tashkent Agreement(c)Myanmar(iii)Nehru, Tito and Nasser(d)Bangladesh(iv)Five Principles(e)  General Ayub Khan(v)  Burma

Match the columns:


Matrix:


 

Column I

 

Column II

(a)

Panchsheel

(i)

Shaikh Mujib ur Rahman

(b)

NAM

(ii)

Tashkent Agreement

(c)

Myanmar

(iii)

Nehru, Tito and Nasser

(d)

Bangladesh

(iv)

Five Principles

(e) 

General Ayub Khan

(v) 

Burma


  1. A
    a-iv; b-iii; c-v; d-i; e-ii
  2. B
    a-v; b-iv; c-iii; d-ii; e-i
  3. C
    a-iii; b-i; c-v; d-ii; e-iv
  4. D
    a-iv; b-iii; c-ii; d-i; e-v 

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    Solution:

    Panchsheel:
    Panchsheel is a set of five principles for harmonious coexistence. Mutual respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty was the first of these principles, followed by mutual non-aggression, mutual non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and cooperation for mutual gain, and peaceful coexistence.
    NAAM:
    The Non-Aligned Movement was created by the leaders of India, Yugoslavia, and Egypt, respectively, Nehru, Tito, and Nasser.
    Myanmar:
    Burma was the previous name for Myanmar.
    Bangladesh:
    Shaikh Mujib ur Rahman served as the Democratic Republic of Bangladesh's first Prime Minister when it became an independent country in 1971.
    General Ayub Khan:
    General Ayub Khan was the president of Pakistan when Lal Bahadur Shastri, the then-prime minister of India, urged him to sign the Tashkent Agreement.
     
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