1. The answer is UNDP. [adinserter block="7"] The UNOSSC was established in 1974 through a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in order to promote, coordinate, and support South-South cooperation globally. It was hosted by the United Nations Development Programme(UNDP). Types of CoRead more

    The answer is UNDP.

    The UNOSSC was established in 1974 through a resolution of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in order to promote, coordinate, and support South-South cooperation globally. It was hosted by the United Nations Development Programme(UNDP).

    Types of Cooperation in the UNO:

    1. North-South Cooperation: It refers to the social, economical and political cooperation between a developed and a developing country. Here, the terms north and south refer to developed and developing countries as most of the countries in the northern hemisphere are developed and those in the southern hemisphere are developing.
    2. South-South Cooperation: It is the technical cooperation between developing countries.
    3. Triangular Cooperation: As the name suggests, this type of cooperation involves three countries i.e one developed country from North and two developing countries from the south.

     

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  2. The answer is the Son river. Son is also known as Sone which is the principal and the second-largest tributary of the Ganges (Ganga) river after the Yamuna. It originates near Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh State in Central India. [adinserter block="7"] The option 1, Indravati is the tributary of GodavaRead more

    The answer is the Son river. Son is also known as Sone which is the principal and the second-largest tributary of the Ganges (Ganga) river after the Yamuna. It originates near Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh State in Central India.

    The option 1, Indravati is the tributary of Godavari while the other two options, Chenab and Sutlej are the tributaries of the Indus river.

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