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  • Q36.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 Union government did not crown itself with glory when it said that political parties should not be brought under the purview of the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
    (B) It merely echoed the opinion of the parties when it briefed the Supreme Court on the matter.
    (C) This was in keeping with the spirit of the RTI because, although parties were not established under an Act, they were beneficiaries of largesse from the government in terms of land, water and other benefits.
    (D) Two years ago, the Central Information Commission had unanimously decided that the Act was applicable to political parties.
    (E) Political parties, cutting across ideological and regional divides, have shown such unity of purpose only on legislators’ salary and perks.
    (F) Therefore, the people had a right to get information about their functioning.

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  • Q37.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) Indradhanush implies two formidable features: It vanquishes the enemy totally and, once launched, it cannot be called back.
    (B) To that extent, it is a major reform package after the nationalization of banks in the 1970s.
    (C) Private sector heads have been roped in to steer them and new capital infusion has been promised as well.
    (D) It is not known whether sufficient attention was paid to these qualities when the NDA government announced Indradhanush, a seven-point programme, aimed at reforming State-run banks.
    (E) It does address key issues like creation of a Bank Board Bureau for appointments, performance-based pay, policy and governance.
    (F) But, it is missing out on one essentiality — out-of-the-box solutions. Non-performing assets (NPAs) are a major drag on public sector banks (PSBs).

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  • Q38.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 Liberal Democrats are back at the seaside for their first annual conference after two seismic events.
    (B) There is no silver lining around the loss of 49 out of 57 MPs, coming after years of attrition in local government.
    (C) The combination of shock and aftershock define the challenge facing Tim Farron, named over the summer as successor to Nick Clegg.
    (D) As for the other – the extraordinary elevation of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader – the Liberal Democrats are interested observers.
    (E) The party was at the epicenter of one – May’s general election, when its parliamentary base was devastated.
    (F) The task here is slow reconstruction from the ground up, combined with the job, no easier, of defining what purpose the Liberal Democrats usefully serve.

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  • Q39.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) India’s decision to remove Iran from the list of countries in the restricted visa category is another indication of New Delhi’s resolve to reinvigorate its engagement with the Gulf country.
    (B) But India, under pressure from western nations, voted against Iran at the International Atomic Energy Agency over its nuclear programme and subsequently cut energy imports.
    (C) Iran used to be India’s second largest supplier of oil.
    (D) But more important, it is part of a series of steps India has taken to deepen partnership with Iran since an interim agreement was reached between Tehran and six world powers (P5+1) in November 2013 over its nuclear programme.
    (E) The move will primarily liberalize the visa approval process for Iranian citizens, paving the way for enhanced people-to-people cooperation.
    (F) The interim agreement offered India a window of opportunity to revisit its Tehran policy.

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  • Q40.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) Over 1,050 Islamic clerics from across the country, have, in the world’s largest fatwa, described the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), also called the Islamic State (IS), as a terrorist outfit that has nothing to do with Islam.
    (B) In the Islamic tradition, fatwas are issued by the learned to dispel misgivings and doubts about religious issues.
    (C) The 15-volume fatwa was sent to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon with a view to enlightening the world about the irreligious nature of the organisation.
    (D) The dreaded outfit’s barbarism is as transparent as a prism; it has been indulging in unspeakable acts of violence and plumbing the depths of depravity ever since it claimed to have set up the ‘Caliphate’.
    (E) The need for such a fatwa against the IS has arisen as it uses an Islamic nomenclature.
    (F) But, adept as it is in using information technology, particularly the social media, it has been gaining traction, especially in the West, among impressionable young Muslims.

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  • Q41.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) In early July the debate that raged was whether the one-third market cap erosion at the Chinese stock market to the tune of $3 trillion in three weeks was more harmful to the global economy than the looming Eurozone Grexit.
    (B) When Chinese Checkers gets played in the Shanghai bourse, the collateral damage is akin to that of a typhoon.
    (C) Now, another $3 trillion wipeout in markets across the world in about three days and the jury is well and truly out.
    (D) But it was turnaround Tuesday for much of the Asian markets, barring Shanghai and Nikkei, where the losses continued at 7.6 per cent and 4 per cent respectively.
    (E) A desperate Chinese central bank rushed in with a stimulus package, cutting interest rate by 25 basis points and upping the banks’ reserve ratio requirement by 50 basis points.
    (F) The India story was no different, with the Sensex recovering 1.13 per cent, after losing 5.94 per cent on Monday.

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  • Q42.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 adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of a resolution to use a framework text as the basis of discussions on Security Council reforms is a welcome step forward.
    (B) As India’s Ambassador to the UN, Asoke Mukerji, said, this is the first time in the history of the intergovernmental negotiation process that a decision on UNSC reform has been adopted by means of an official document.
    (C) This also indicates that most countries in the General Assembly support a restructuring of the UNSC.
    (D) Meaningful reform of the Security Council is overdue. The institution, formed to meet the challenges of the post-War world, has struggled to cope with the dynamics of the post-Soviet Union world order.
    (E) In the past quarter century, the global order has seen massive changes, from American unilateralism to the rise of multilateral institutions such as BRICS.
    (F) The developing nations, including India, now play a larger role in both the international economy and politics.

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