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New deal
The name given to the policy of franklin d.roosevelt to revive and boost american economy.

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Ordinance
An act or decree promulgated by the head of state in an emergency or when the legislative body is not in session.

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Perestroika
Used for gorbachov's move to restructure political and economical structure of the russian society.

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Plebiscite
Voting on regional or national issue.

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Personality cult
Too much adulation for a ruler or a political figure.

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Privy purse
Yearly allowances granted to the princes of indian states after the merger of their states with the indian union. (new these purses are abolished).

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Privilege motion
A motion moved by a legislator drawing attention of the house towards a matter involving breach of privilege of the house or any of its members.

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Referendum
People's verdict on some constitutional amendment and some other legislative issue of controversial nature.

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Secularism
Affirmation in all the faiths, showing no official patronage to any religions or religions.

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Sanctions
Penalty or reward imposed for disobedience or obedience attached to the law.

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Socialism
Control of production and means of distribution in the hands of the state.

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Statute
Law made by the parliament, enshrined in the statue book, which are binding on al subjects, of a particular country.

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Suffrage
Right of voting in political elections.

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Self-determination
Right of a nation deciding its own form of government, its political destiny or independence.

425. Fact
Territorial waters
Areas of the sea up to 12 km measured from the low water mark of the coast and within the executive control of an adjacent state.

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Unicameral
A legislature having only one house.

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Veto
Right to reject any resolution or enactment passed by the legislature.

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Arsenal
Place where arms and ammunition are manufactured and stored.

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Battalion
An army unit consisting of 1,000 combatants led by a lieutenant colonel.

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Battery
A unit of a number of artillery guns, mobile or fixed.

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Bull's eye
The point of target that has t be aimed or hit while practicing shooting.

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Cockpit
Pilot's seat in the fuselage of an aeroplane.

433. Fact
Camouflage
Hiding of objects by various means to deceive or bamboozle the enemy about their real location thereby protecting them from air and ground attacks.

434. Fact
Commando
A mobile body of guerilla fighters.

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Conscription
Compulsory recruitment of personnel for service in the armed forces.

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Division
Normally, a division has 20,000 troops commanded by a major general equipped with two or more brigades of infantry with befitting artillery and engineering equipment.

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Dogfight
An aerial duel between two or more aircraft's at a close range.

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Flotilla
A fleet of boats or small ships.

439. Fact
Guided missiles
Powered by rockets or jet propulsion, they are unmanned, self propelled air or space vehicle fitted with explosive warheads. Guided missiles are either self directed with inlaid controls or under remote controls based on the firing range.

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Icbm
Inter continental ballistic missile is a rocket propelled surface to surface guided missile carrying a nuclear warhead which can reach a destined city or installation in the world and destroy it entirely.

441. Fact
Intermediate range ballistic missile (irbm)
It is of three types, viz, air to air, surface to air, and air to surface. Air to air guided missile, launched from an aircraft is employed to hit target in the battlefield.

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Jumbo jet
A large passenger jet aircraft having the capacity to life nearly 447 passengers.

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Nuclear umbrella
Giving air shield to a city or by nuclear weapons. It is also called parasol or sombrero.

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Star wars
Deployment of weapons on satellites in space with a view to destroy inter-continental ballistic missiles in space coming from the enemy.

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Squadron
Air force formation consisting of 20 aircraft's commanded by a squadron leader.

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Affidavit
A statement on oath for use as evidence in legal proceedings.

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Contempt of court
Any disobedience of the court verdict.

448. Fact
Copyright
Exclusive right of an author in his works.

449. Fact
Covenant
An agreement under seal between two or more persons.

450. Fact
Decree
Judgement or decision having the force of law.

451. Fact
Detenu
Persons who dies without making any will.

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Intestate
A person who dies without making any will.

453. Fact
Libel
A published statement damaging to a person's reputation or business.

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Mandamus
A writ issued by a higher court to a lower court directing it to perform a specified act pertaining to its office.

455. Fact
Plaintiff
A person who, as complainant, brings a suit in a court of law.

456. Fact
Summons
A directive from a court of law ordering a person to appear before it at a specified date, time and place.

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Writ
A written order by a supreme court or high court directing the state or a lowest court to act or abstain from acting in a particular case.

458. Fact
Aryabhatta
He lived between 476 and 520 a.d. He was a great mathematician and an astronomer. The first indian satellite was named after him.

459. Fact
Bhagavantam
His contribution to radio astronomy and cosmic rays in noteworthy.

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Bhaskaracharya
Born in 1114 a.d., bhaskaracharya was a great hindu mathematician and astronomer. He had a foresight on the modern theory of conventions.

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