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 PAINTING NIOS BOARD 2020 PAPER  CLASS X 1. Write a short note on Mauryan Art.  2

2.  Describe about any one painting from Ajanta and state its style and technique. 2

3.  Where is the Sun Temple of Konark situated ? Who built this temple ? 1

4. Trace the development of Art after 12th century A.D. in India.  3

5. Describe the components of Kanthas. 1

6. What is Kolam considered to be a symbol of ? Write on the method of Kolam
painting.   1

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The Fight Against AIDS, Then and Now Dec. 1 marks World AIDS Day, which was started in 1988 to raise awareness, show support for those living with the condition, and remember those who have died from it. Fortunately, much has changed since the early days of HIV/AIDS. Today, thanks to advances in medicine, it’s possible to live a healthy and full life with a disease that used to mean a death sentence. Here's a look at the progress we’ve made in the battle against HIV/AIDS.

Question of HIV

What are the first signs of AIDS? Symptoms include: rapid weight loss.
severe night sweats.continual fevers.extreme fatigue.unexplained tiredness.prolonged swelling of lymph glands in the groin, neck, or armpits.bouts of diarrhea lasting longer than a week.sores located near the mouth, genitals, or anus.


HIV and AIDS Also called: human immunodeficiency virus, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome OVERVIEW SYMPTOMS TREATMENTS SPECIALISTS Description HIV causes AIDS and interferes with the body's ability to fight infections. The virus can be transmitted through contact with infected blood, semen or vaginal fluids. Common More than 1 million cases per year (India) Spreads by sexual contact Treatment can help, but this condition can't be cured Chronic: can last for years or be lifelong Requires a medical diagnosis Lab tests or imaging always required HOW IT SPREADS By blood products (unclean needles or unscreened blood). By having unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex. By mother to baby by pregnancy, labour or nursing. Consult a doctor for medical advice