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The Non-aligned Movement
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In this video learn about what was the Non-aligned Movement, its founding fathers, about its origin and purpose.

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Sir, is the topic bending stresses in composite and flitched beam worth studying for gate me 2019
Chetan Apurav
a year ago
Hey Mohit, If you are running behind on your schedule. Then I would recommend you to study and do atleast previous year questions. I have made two 15 min lessons on this topic, you can access them. But please dont leave any topic totally. Atleast give it a read and practice 4-5 question. And I am saying this in general, nit just for this topic. I hope this helped you😊
Mohit joshi
a year ago
Sir ,thank you for your valuable reply. I saw very few questions on this topic in previous year gate paper that is only 1 or 2 of them were asked in old papers as 1988 - 89,thats why i asked this question
Chetan Apurav
a year ago
Like I said, Dont leave it and try not to over read it. Be efficient. less input - more output. Goodluck
Thankyou So Much for Making in Hindi.
  1. Non-Aligned Movement

  2. OF THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMEN The Initiative of Five

  3. HUNG Subotica Zre CROATIA ROMANIA nube It was established in 1961 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia Sava ancevO BELGRADESmederevo BOSNIA AND An initiative of Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito led to the first Conference of Heads of State or Government of Non- Aligned Countries. Bor HERZEGOVINAKragujevac uzice SERBIA Ni Novi Pazare MONTENEGR Pristina BULGARIA Prizren Adriatic Sea ALBANIA MACEDONIA

  4. Purpose of the organization?

  5. UBA TERRITORIG LIBRE Fidel Castro in his Havana Declaration of 1979 re

  6. The countries of the Non-Aligned Movement represent nearly two-thirds of the United Nations' members and contain 55% of the world population.

  7. The term 'non-alignment' was established in 1953 at the United Nations, Nehr u used the phrase in a 1954 speech in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

  8. These five pillars or principles were: Mutual respect for each other's territorial integrity and sovereignity Mutual non-aggression. Mutual non-interference in domestic affairs. Equality and mutual benefit. Peaceful co-existence.