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  • Q29.Direction: The first line (A) and last line (F) of the following question is fixed. Arrange the other four lines in a logical sequence.
    ((A) Curiously, many states failed to pitch for towns adjoining the capitals to be developed as Smart Cities, a critical drawback as cities are expanding beyond the suburbs in metropolises.
    (B) While developing rural towns like Thanjavur and Dindigul in Tamil Nadu or Muzaffarpur and Bhagalpur in Bihar would help bridge the urban-rural divide, an unhealthy side-effect could see the realty sector playing havoc just as what had happened to second-tier towns during the IT boom.
    (C) What they did was to campaign for upgrading interior municipal towns where there is hardly any trace of industrialization, job creation or access to quality higher education.
    (D) By their very nature Smart Cities can become elitist enclaves.
    (E) As the European model has shown, funding and thrust on developing physical and digital infrastructures alone cannot create sustainable Smart Cities.
    (F) This temptation has to be fought so that the benefits are available to everyone in our cities. The Smart City idea should be not primarily for investors, real estate sector and IT providers, but for the people.

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  • Q30.Direction The first line (A) and last line (F) of the following question is fixed. Arrange the other four lines in a logical sequence.
    (A) Whatever might have forced the defence establishment to celebrate India’s victory in the 1965 war with Pakistan, it is unlikely to set the Yamuna on fire.
    (B) In any case, if both India and Pakistan have their own reasons to celebrate the “victory”, there is something fundamentally wrong with their assessments.
    (C) A think-tank of the Indian Army has prepared a new history of the war that lasted a little over two weeks.
    (D) True, it is the 50th anniversary of the war, but does that make it a greater historical event?
    (E) There is a distinct possibility of a reassessment of the war once the book is released next month.
    (F) That is, perhaps, why the 50th anniversary has not captured the imagination of the people so far.

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  • Q31.Direction The first line (A) and last line (F) of the following question is fixed. Arrange the other four lines in a logical sequence.
    (A) Finally, better sense seems to have dawned on both the Central government and the Andhra Pradesh government as there is an apparent re-thinks on land acquisition.
    (B) Prime Minister Narendra Modi admitted as much when he addressed the nation in Mann ki Baat on Sunday: “There are many rumors being spread about the Land Acquisition Bill. Farmers have been scared. We do not want that. We had issued an ordinance; I’ve decided that it comes to an end tomorrow. We are ready to amend the Land Acquisition Bill to benefit farmers, who have been misinformed, leading to fear in their minds.”
    (C) While the Union government’s hand has been partly forced due to a technicality of parliamentary procedure, it is equally true that the groundswell of opposition had reached a point where it could not be ignored.
    (D) The Andhra Pradesh government, which recently switched gears towards the more aggressive land acquisition act for getting the last tranche of 3,000 acres of land for its new capital Amaravati, too has taken a U-turn.
    (E) This is a welcome move.
    (F) The Andhra Pradesh government was implementing a somewhat more normative but experimental Land Pooling Scheme (LPS) to acquire land for its new capital city.

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  • Q32.Direction: The sentences given in each question, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labeled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
    (A) The growth has been driven by increased access to healthcare, improved infrastructure and greater penetration of pharmaceutical companies into tier 1 cities and rural areas.
    (B) Indian pharmaceutical industry is fairly fragmented with top 10 companies contributing to 41% of total sales.
    (C) Urban regions (metros and tier I cities) contribute to about 60% of total sales while the remaining country contributes to the balance 40%.
    (D) The next ten companies contribute to 22% of sales while the remaining companies contribute to 37% of the total sales.
    (E) Tier I cities are growing at approximate 10% per annum (PA) while rural areas are growing at about 14.5% PA.

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  • Q33.Direction: The sentences given in each question, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labeled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
    (A) The framework of the current legal system has been laid down by the Indian Constitution and the judicial system derives its powers from it.
    (B) India’s judicial system is one of the oldest legal systems in the world.
    (C) The independence of judiciary is the cardinal principle enshrined in the Constitution and legal experts worldwide are unanimous that Indian judiciary is one of the most robust and independent institutions with a proven track record.
    (D) The Constitution has also laid out the powers, duties, procedures and structure of the various branches of the state such as the legislature, the executive and the judiciary at the Union and State levels.
    E) Nevertheless, the system now is overburdened with long pendency of cases and occasional cases of corruption within the judiciary and its inaccessibility to vulnerable sections of society has raised concerns even among jurists.
    (F) It has rightly won the trust of the people as no other institution of India’s parliamentary democracy has.

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  • Q34.Direction: The first line (A) and last line (F) of the following question is fixed. Arrange the other four lines in a logical sequence.
    (A) The European Union is finding it difficult to control its instincts to bully others.
    (B) India believed there was evidence to show that the tests were not conducted properly and decided to act firmly.
    (C) It has banned 700 drugs of India and must have been surprised when India did not take it lying down: It called off talks with the EU.
    (D) India’s pharmaceutical industry is one of the world’s most advanced and it is unlikely to be seriously affected by the EU fracas.
    (E) The drugs had reportedly failed the test conducted by GVK Bioscience Limited’s India facility
    (F) India’s total pharmaceutical trade with the EU comes to about $1 billion. The volume of business has been on the decline during the last two years. No wonder that the pharmaceutical sector is not overtly disturbed by the EU ban.

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  • Q35.Direction: The first line (A) and last line (F) of the following question is fixed. Arrange the other four lines in a logical sequence.
    (A) For India, the Chinese collapse might actually provide an opportunity. As Dr. Rajan has pointed out, India has a low current account deficit (CAD), the fiscal deficit is manageable, inflation is moderating and short-term foreign currency liabilities are low.
    (B) The fall of the rupee has been largely offset by a slump in crude prices, which should further ease pressure on the CAD.
    (C) Despite a downward revision by global rating agencies in the growth forecast, growth is still fairly robust compared to other major economies.
    (D) Progress on key reform measures such as the GST and Land Bills, and a step-up in infrastructure spending, could boost industry.
    (E) A cheaper rupee will also help revive exports.
    (F) A strategically timed interest rate cut can help revive consumer and investor sentiment.

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