April 16, 2020
Answer: Option (C)
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Answer: Option (A)
A. Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has exceeded expectations in emerging from the elections within touching distance of a majority. / B. In fact, the removal of Nawaz Sharif as Prime Minister last summer and later from the electoral arena over corruption charges had given the impression that the dice were loaded in Mr. Khan’s favour. / C. The former cricketer will come to the Prime Minister’s office at the end of a bitter year, and his first test will be to assert a legitimate claim to power. / D. The former cricketer’s immediate task is to negotiate assistance from the International Monetary Fund to stave off a balance of payments crisis. / E: The campaign for these federal and provincial elections in Pakistan has been called the “dirtiest” in its history.
Answer: Option (B)
The objective of the report and the index constructed by the NITI Aayog is to foster competition among States to rapidly improve their health indicators.
P. Over the past few years it has created various indices at the State level for ease of doing business, cleanliness, and efforts made to create an ecosystem for startups among others. /
Q. Undoubtedly, rankings help accelerate change. /
R . This is not the first time the Government has introduced rankings to get States to compete. / S. However much of this could be short-sighted and focused on improving scores rather than delivering sustainable results.
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Answer: Option (D)
In the charter, we are presented with large social forces, / as capital is coming to rule the world and the workers are organizing their resistance to it (A) / the proletariat or working class and its opponents, maintaining (B) / nationality, and geography have been overturned, or are being overturned, (C) / with each other on an international scale, where differences of culture. (D)
None of the above
S1: The Mahabharata is an ancient Indian epic where the main story revolves around two branches of a family - the Pandavas and Kauravas.
P: Shantanu fell in love with Satyavati. Shantanu and Satyavati had two sons and soon thereafter Shantanu died.
Q: Devavrat came to be known as Bheeshm. The affairs of the kingdom were managed by Bheeshm.
R: He had a son called Devavrat.
S: Several years later, when Devavrat had grown up to be an accomplished prince.
T: Shantanu, the king of Hastinapur, was married to Ganga
S2: Mahabharata story is popular in south-east Asia in cultures that were influenced by Hinduism.
(P) He was a schoolmaster teaching English and music at Maidstone Grammar School 1938 - 1940. / (Q) then he was present at the sinking of the Bismarck and joined the Royal Navy and. / (R) He returned to teaching in 1945 and gave it up in 1962, and is now a full-time writer. / (S) In 1939, William Golding married and started teaching at Vishop Wordsworth school in Salisbury. / (T) At first his novels were not accepted.
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