Important Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Day-20): English(Error Spot):

Important Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Day-20): English(Error Spot):

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Important Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Day-20): English(Error Spot)

maximum of 10 points
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Direction (Q 1-10) : Kindly find the errorless combination in the given sentences.

  1. Ever since the INO get approval from the Ministry of Science and Technology, (a)/ it has been drawing flak from (b)/ activists despite repeated assurances from  (c)/ scientists that it is unlikely to harm the environment (d)/ or affect the livelihoods of the people around the site. (e)
  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. bcde
  4. abde
  5. no error
  1. While environmental issues, if they do exist, (a)/ must be tackled with utmost care, (b)/ to the heart of these objections is also (c)/ fear and mistrust of science and scientists. (d)
  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error
  1. Former President Abdul Kalam have written (a)/ in this newspaper about how neutrinos  (b)/ could be used to sniff out signs of (c)/ nuclear proliferation from a remote location. (d)
  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error
  1. Just like we have optical and radio astronomy, (a)/ which reveal us certain zones and constituents  (b)/ of the universe, we can literally (c)/ widen our horizons with neutrino astronomy. (d)
  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error
  1. The controversy over the legal notice by Ilaiyaraaja to S.P. Balasubrahmanyam to (a)/ claim royalties for the performance of his songs (b)/ will serve a greater purpose if it can (c)/ clarify the confusion over this subject in the minds (d)/ of music industry professionals and the legal fraternity. (e)
  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error
  1. Under modern copyright law, whose fundamentals are enshrined in the Berne Convention (1886) (a)/ to which India is a signatory, lyricists and composers —  (b)/ jointly called songwriters — earn their livelihood (c)/ through a fair remuneration for any use of their works (d)/ in their lifetime and 60 years after their death. (e)
  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error
  1. This basic principle of copyright law was spectacularly reaffirmed in May 2012 (a)/ when both House of Parliament, in a  (b)/ rare show of bipartisanship, unanimously adopted (c)/  the amendments to the Copyright Act in the face of (d)/  fierce opposition from film and music producers. (e)
  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error
  1. In a letter to thank the Prime Minister for supporting creators, (a)/ Bharat Ratna Pandit Ravi Shankar stated that (b)/ he had retained his copyright in all the work he had done abroad but (c)/ have been unable to retain a single copyright in any work he did (d)/ in India because “every time the record companies would flash the Copyright Act at me”. (e)
  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error
  1. The kind of stellar body of work that Ilaiyaraaja has created (a)/ in the last 40 years  should have placed him (b)/ among the world’s Top 10 wealthiest songwriters, (c)/ somewhere among Andrew Lloyd Webber ($1.2 billion) and Mick Jagger (over $300 million). (d)
  1. abc
  2. bcd
  3. acd
  4. abd
  5. no error
  1. So one can understand the depth of his frustration (a)/ — a feeling experienced by all (b)/  songwriters across the country — when he sees (c)/  little royalties, if any, from the use of  his (d)/ works even after they became super hits. (e)
  1. abcd
  2. abce
  3. acde
  4. abde
  5. no error

Important Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Day-20): English(Error Spot)

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