Important Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Day-9): English(Sentence Rearrangement):
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Important Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Day-9): English(Sentence Rearrangement)
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- Question 1 of 10
A. It notes that the monsoon has so far been normal, and the initial roll-out of GST has been “smooth”.
B. Specifically, the bimonthly policy statement refers to the significant slowdown over the past three months in core inflation — retail price gains excluding those for food and fuel.
C. By cutting the policy repo rate by 25 basis points, the Reserve Bank of India has opted to play safe while nominally acceding to the clamour for softer lending rates.
D. The Monetary Policy Committee’s majority decision (one member voted to keep rates unchanged, while another wanted a deeper cut) hinged on its observation that some “upside risks to inflation have either reduced or not materialised”, opening up “some space” for accommodation.Correct
Correct Answer is: CDBAIncorrect
Correct Answer is: CDBA
- Question 2 of 10
A. After months of political protests and government crackdowns, Venezuela held elections to a new Constituent Assembly to rewrite the Constitution.
B. The Constituent Assembly was announced by decree by the government.
C. President Nicolás Maduro claims the new assembly was required to calm the unrest that has beset Venezuela amid an economic contraction and runaway inflation.
D. But the opposition boycotted the polls to the assembly, which it says is being convened to overhaul the powers of the elected National Assembly where the opposition parties enjoy a two-thirds majority after electoral victories in December 2015.Correct
Correct Answer is: ACDBIncorrect
Correct Answer is: ACDB
- Question 3 of 10
A. If his first two terms were ended by the country’s powerful military, first forcing him to resign and then overthrowing his government in a coup, this time it was through a formal legal process.
B. The disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from holding public office, by the Pakistan Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case, leaves a huge political vacuum in the country.
C.The Supreme Court invoked a controversial Article of the Constitution that requires politicians to be “honest” and “righteous”.
D. This is the third time Mr. Sharif’s premiership has been cut short.Correct
Correct Answer is: BDACIncorrect
Correct Answer is: BDAC
- Question 4 of 10
A. What people in the flood-hit regions expect of governments is speedy relief and rehabilitation.
B. The floods that have ravaged parts of eastern and western India, leaving at least 600 people dead and displacing thousands, highlight the need for a massive capacity-building programme to deal with frequent, destructive weather events.
C. Moreover, there is a clear trend of even drought-prone regions in Gujarat and Rajasthan encountering floods, in addition to the traditional axis covering States along the Brahmaputra and the Ganga.
D. A monsoon deluge is not an uncommon occurrence in the subcontinent, and there is considerable variability in the duration and frequency of rainfall in different regions.Correct
Correct Answer is: BDCAIncorrect
Correct Answer is: BDCA
- Question 5 of 10
A. This is one failure that the Tamil Nadu government will struggle to live down.
B. It failed to prepare students under its school education board for the demanding common entrance test conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, and it could not defend before the judiciary its controversial decision to block 85% of medical seats for State board students.
C. In the process, it has completely let down aspiring doctors from the State.
D. Its handling of the challenge posed by the new norm that all medical college admissions should be based solely on the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test has been a disaster.Correct
Correct Answer is: ADBCIncorrect
Correct Answer is: ADBC
- Question 6 of 10
A. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to cut the U.S. diplomatic presence in the country by 755 signals a serious escalation in tensions between the two superpowers.
B. His move came three days after the U.S. Senate passed a sanctions Bill targeting Moscow and allies.
C. The scale of the cut is unprecedented and is comparable to the shutdown of the American diplomatic mission in Russia after the 1917 Bolshevik revolution.
D. The decision also signals that Mr. Putin, who had pinned hopes on the Donald Trump administration to improve ties, is losing heart about such a reset.Correct
Correct Answer is: ABCDIncorrect
Correct Answer is: ABCD
- Question 7 of 10
A. This is not a clash of egos, but another instance of Mr. Trump’s disdain for constitutional propriety regarding conflicts of interest and the murky issue of Russia’s influence on the 2016 presidential election.
B. The current episode dates back four months, to when Mr. Sessions recused himself from the FBI’s inquiry into whether Moscow had interfered in the election.
C. Although Mr. Trump at the time dismissed the notion that such action was called for, Mr. Sessions’s recusal was consistent with settled norms and with his own reassurances on Capitol Hill that he would consider being removed from any process where he thought his “impartiality might reasonably be questioned”.
D. During the past week, it became evident that U.S. President Donald Trump takes a dim view of his Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, a man whose appointment to that key role he fought resolutely for in the face of serious objections.Correct
Correct Answer is: DABCIncorrect
Correct Answer is: DABC
- Question 8 of 10
A. That asymmetry could potentially be offset, though only in small part, through the proposal of the NITI Aayog and the Union Health Ministry to allow private entities to use the premises of the district hospitals to provide treatment for cardiac and pulmonary diseases and cancer.
B. The majority of patients today use the facilities created mostly by for-profit urban hospitals.
C. The potential of India’s district hospital system to dramatically expand access to quality secondary and tertiary health care has never really been realised.
D. Viewed in perspective, a quick scaling-up of care for such non-communicable diseases is possible under the arrangement, because there are 763 functional district hospitals, with just five States led by Uttar Pradesh accounting for over 42% of the facilities.Correct
Correct Answer is: CBADIncorrect
Correct Answer is: CBAD
- Question 9 of 10
A. The buzz around women’s cricket in India was never as heightened as it was during the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup.
B. India lost, agonizingly by just nine runs.
C. It reached a crescendo when India met England in the final at Lord’s in London.
D. But not before it left its cricketers richer for the experience and for the fan base that expanded in the course of the tournament.Correct
Correct Answer is: ACBDIncorrect
Correct Answer is: ACBD
- Question 10 of 10
A. For a refundable security deposit of Rs.1,500 and a tenth of that as monthly charges, it plans to give away free feature phones that will support 4G services and can be returned after three years.
B. Incumbent service providers, now saddled with high debt that could turn into non-performing assets for lenders, would naturally be wary of this move — although analysts expect overall industry revenue to rebound from its declining trajectory.
C. There’s a fresh twist in the tale for India’s telecom sector, which is a success story with around a billion connections issued so far and about 350 million subscribers estimated to have smartphones.
D. About ten months after beginning commercial operations and acquiring 125 million customers with attractive data and voice service offerings, Reliance Jio has announced a plan that could disrupt the telecom landscape by challenging existing price points.Correct
Correct Answer is: CDABIncorrect
Correct Answer is: CDAB