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    Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

    Though the Cold war has ended, selective tactics are still continuing for ensuring the military and economic dominance of developed countries. Various types of technology denial regimes are still being enforced which are now being mainly targeted against developing countries like India.
    Today, we in India encounter twin problems. On one side there is a large scale strengthening of our neighbors through supply of arms and clandestine support to their nuclear and missile programs and on the other side all efforts are being made to weaken our indigenous technology growth through control regimes and dumping of low-tech systems, accompanied with high commercial pitch in critical areas. Growth of indigenous technology and self-reliance are the only answers to the problem.
    Thus in the environment around India, the number of missiles and nuclear powers are continuously increasing and destructive weapons continue to pile up around us, in spite or arms reduction treaties.
    To understand the implications of various types of warfare that may effect us, we need to take a quick look at the evolution of war weaponry and the types of warfare. I am highlighting this point for the reason that in less than a century we could see change in the nature of warfare and its effects on society.
    In early years of human history it was mostly direct human warfare. During the twentieth century up to about 1990, the warfare was weapon-driven. The weapons used were guns, tanks, aircrafts, ships, submarines and the nuclear weapons deployed on land/sea/air and also reconnaissance spacecraft. Proliferation of conventional nuclear and biological weapons was at a peak owing to the competition between the superpowers.
    The next phase, in a new form, has just started from 1990 onwards. The world has graduated into economic warfare. The means used is control of market forces through high technology. The participating nations, apart form the USA are Japan, the UK, France, Germany, certain South-East Asian countries and a few others. The driving force is the generation of wealth with certain types of economic doctrine.
    The urgent issue we need to address collectively as a nation is, how do we handle the tactics of economic and military dominance in this new form coming form the backdoor? Today technology is the main driver of economic development at the national level. Therefore, we have to develop indigenous technologies to enhance our competitive edge and to generate national wealth in all segments of economy. Therefore, the need of the hour is: arm India with technology.
    Which are the issues of great concern that India is facing at present, according to the author of the passage?
    A. The supply of high-tech weaponry by other countries to India’s neighbours who are likely to use the same against India.
    B. Other countries secretly helping India’s neighbours to strengthen their nuclear might
    C. Obstruction of India’s genuine efforts to develop its own neclear technology.

    Options :-

    1. A and B only
    2. B and C only
    3. A and C only
    4. All, A, B and C
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