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D.1-150): Read the following sentences carefully and select the correct option. Each sentence is split into four parts namely (a), (b), (c) and (d). Select the part which is grammatically wrong. If all the parts of the sentence are grammatically correct then, choose ‘No error’ (e) as the option.

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1) A study conducted by the World Health Organisation country office for (a)/ India in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health across (b)/ seven States in India show that banning gutka, (c)/ a form of chewing tobacco, helped users kick the habit. (d)/ No error. (e)

2) Matchboxes, little auxiliaries to our lives that have endlessly (a)/ fascinated collectors and chroniclers of pop art, have (b)/ fast replaced almost entirely by (c)/ gas lighters, electric stoves and cigarette lighters. (d)/ No error. (e)

3) The rally, launched as part of social outreach programme (a)/ to connect children and youth along both coasts of the country, (b)/ is initiative of the Southern Naval Command organised as part (c)/ of celebrations to mark the platinum jubilee of INS Valsura. (d)/ No error. (e)

4) In a move that would benefit thousands of property buyers, (a)/ the State Registration Department have (b)/ proposed to reduce the guideline value (c)/ for registration of sale deed of properties in Tamil Nadu. (d)/ No error. (e)

5) Speak to reporters after the announcement, Raju Murugan, (a)/ director of Joker, said that he hoped (b)/ the national award would open (c)/ up space for films with political content in future. (d)/ No error. (e)

6) Another senior leader said that the idea was being strongly (a)/ pushed by several senior leaders, (b)/ since they think it would give the party (c)/ the much-need visibility. (d)/ No error. (e)

7) Citing the question asked in the SSLC social science exam (a)/ on who is the chairman of the Planning Commission, he said this (b)/ government does not even know (c)/ that the Commission was replaced on Niti Ayog in 2015. (d)/ No error. (e)

8) In 2017, the State was witness to a series of protests (a)/ by students, members of Tamil organisations and others who (b)/ demand that jallikattu, the traditional adventure (c)/ sport of taming the bull, be permitted unconditionally. (d)/ No error. (e)

9) Tuesday began on a celebratory note but ended with (a)/ sad for child rights activist and Nobel Peace (b)/ prize winner, Kailash Satyarthi, who came to his ancestral (c)/ home here for the first time after receiving the coveted prize. (d)/ No error. (e)

10) These receipts will not only certainly contain the names of those (a)/ attacked but also their addresses, in which (b)/ case it is for the corporation authorities to explain (c)/ as to why they sold cattle to out of State people,” the team said. (d)/ No error. (e)

11) The present method not only detects pregnancy (a)/ at an early stage, but also makes it possible (b)/ for breeders to independent carry (c)/ out the process of detection. (d)/ No error. (e)

12) The research states that “people working for bosses (a)/ who display psychopathic and narcissistic tendencies” not only (b)/ feel depressed because of constant bullying but are (c)/ also likely to engage in counterproductive behaviour. (d)/ No error. (e)

13) The current flag-bearer of women’s cricket in India, Mithali Raj, (a)/ recalls her 214, the then highest score in women’s Test history, (b)/ against England at Taunton in 2002: (c)/ Those days, the set-up was very amateurish, and there were hardly any money involved. (d)/ No error. (e)

14) Because the pieces emerged from the museum’s archives, (a)/ often with scant information about the creators, (b)/ the exhibition has had to rely much in the voices of (c)/ those who brought the pieces to Britain. (d)/ No error. (e)

15) Elliot hopes the exhibition—which will be on show (a)/ for over a year—will eventual help reveal (b)/ the stories of the creators and (c)/ spark discussion and debate on these communities. (d)/ No error. (e)

16) Eventually, through its characters, the film teases out the many (a)/ nuances of arranged marriage: the contradictions (b)/ between the growing education, employment to financial opportunities for women, (c)/ and the inescapable pressures of “settling down” into matrimony. (d)/ No error. (e)

17) Initially conceptualised as a year-long project, (a)/ the documentary eventually took almost four year to film, (b)/ and six to be completed, resulting in 90 sharp (c)/ minutes cut from 750 hours of footage. (d)/ No error. (e)

18) Chief Justice of India Jagdish Singh Khehar on Saturday said (a)/ political parties should be held (b)/ accountable for the routinely unfulfilled (c)/ promises made in its election manifestos. (d)/ No error. (e)

19) Though depression affects all demographic groups, (a)/ it is more common within adolescents and (b)/ young adults, women of child bearing (c)/ age (particularly following childbirth), and adults over the age of 60. (d)/ No error. (e)

20) An increase in educational enrolment among the (a)/ younger cohort, attainment of socio-economic status, (b)/ and household composition large (c)/ contributed to the drop. (d)/ No error. (e)

21) In his sharpest comments yet, the Dalai Lama compared (a)/ China’s actions in Tibet to the regime of Cambodian dictator Pol Pot, (b)/ who was held responsible to the death (c)/ of more than a million Cambodians in the 1970s. (d)/ No error. (e)

22) Despite that, some commentators say that the U.S.-China (a)/ agreement has shift the focus to (b)/ developing countries, especially India, (c)/ which is the fourth largest emitter. (d)/ No error. (e)

23) The exfoliation was carried at room temperature (a)/ but under vacuum and the electrical conductance was (b)/ measured at the time of exfoliation before (c)/ the pristine nature of the edge was affected. (d)/ No error. (e)

24) There is a simple bench on the Indian side of the border, (a)/ where bags are inspected, and a (b)/ covered spot where the women (c)/ are frisk and question. (d)/ No error. (e)

25) Alongside such contemporary pieces, also on display is (a)/ over a 100 historic pieces ranging from paintings (b)/ to photographs, metal and wooden artefacts (c)/ found in the museum’s archives. (d)/ No error. (e)

26) “Focusing on minority communities was a (a)/ way to communicate other versions of India, but (b)/ we know we have (c)/ just scratch the surface,” says Elliot. (d)/ No error. (e)

27) However, most are in the notified Mysore Elephant Reserve (MER), (a)/ made up of forests from Bhadra in Chikkamagaluru to (b)/ Nagarahole-Bandipur BRT Wildlife Sanctuary belt, besides Bannerghatta, (c)/ spread over an area of near 11,000 sq. km. (d)/ No error. (e)

28) The State government had approached the Centre for (a)/ waiver of farm loans but even if we fail to get any support from (b)/ the Centre, we will ensure that farmers are (c)/ freed in their mounting debts, said Capt. (d)/ No error. (e)

29) On buying the watch, customers will also get a (a)/ log book with all the flight details of its journey (b)/ around the world, a great story to tell (c)/ people who compliment them on their watch. (d)/ No error. (e)

30) As soon as I entered the house I spotted her father wearing a ‘Harvard’ sweatshirt in (a)/ the 35 degrees temperature as if he (b)/ is some nuclear scientist on Copenhagen (c)/ when actually he is a dentist from Karaikudi. (d)/ No error. (e)

31) The desperate reliance on deep ground water and farming is (a)/ symptomatic of the traumatic shift experienced (b)/ by the Banjaras since the British government criminalised them, (c)/ like the Mahua tree itself, in this part of the country. (d)/ No error. (e)

32) Towards the centre of the pole, Hart acknowledges one of the most disturbing (a)/ aspect of Canadian history, the system of residential (b)/ schools where children were forcibly sent, separated from their (c)/ families, and where they suffered abuse, disease and death. (d)/ No error. (e)

33) The overall BSE Small Cap Index valuation, though, (a)/ is still not very expensive compared to historical averages – an indication (b)/ that earnings of a good number of companies (c)/ has kept pace with the rally in their stock price. (d)/ No error. (e)

34) If you are spending, say, Rs.1 lakh per month and is (a)/ due to retire in five years, you may be wondering as to whether (b)/ you would be able to generate the same level (c)/ of income during your retirement to sustain your lifestyle. (d)/ No error. (e)

35) You choose your country, you choose your spouse, (a)/ you choose your profession, you choose (b)/ your political masters, and you choose (c)/ where you want live and how. (d)/ No error. (e)

36) The Times Higher Education BRICS and Emerging Economies Rankings 2015, which gives (a)/ new insights into the performance and contribution of universities (b)/ in BRICS and emerging economies, demonstrates a stronger and sharp attention (c)/ to issues of quality and excellence to be paid by India. (d)/ No error. (e)

37) The government has initiated the process to (a)/ decriminalise attempt to suicide, a move that (b)/ will ensure that people who are drive to (c)/ kill themselves do not end up in jail if they don’t succeed. (d)/ No error. (e)

38) Public health experts have cautioned that at a time when (a)/ there are seasonal short showers, residents (b)/ have to careful about preventing the breeding of (c)/ mosquitoes in their homes or compounds. (d)/ No error. (e)

39) A couple of years ago, the epidemic that swept through (a)/ Tamil Nadu was fuelled by a set of circumstances that seemed unique: power cuts (b)/ had forced residents in rural areas to store (c)/ water in large pots and cisterns at weeks. (d)/ No error. (e)

40) The sentence emerged after set of 19 pictographs from (a)/ a cave in Hampi were deciphered using (b)/ root morphemes of Gondi language, considered (c)/ by many eminent linguists as a proto Dravidian language. (d)/ No error. (e)

41) A film by a Pune based director on the daily struggles of four sisters (a)/ across the backdrop of farmer suicides in (b)/ Vidarbha in Maharashtra has made it to the long list in (c)/ the “best picture” category of the 87th Academy Awards, popularly called the Oscars. (d)/ No error. (e)

42) A specialist of the “agricultural documentary”, Ms. Bhosale has (a)/ created and directed close to 50 films – all focus (b)/ on the pitfalls and triumphs of (c)/ men and women who work the soil. (d)/ No error. (e)

43) In 1994 the Supreme Court not only decriminalised (a)/ the attempt to suicide but also (b)/ observed that the ‘right to life’ (c)/ include the ‘right to die.’ (d)/ No error. (e)

44) With digital media emerge as new and one of the most (a)/ powerful election battlegrounds in the Lok Sabha 2014 (b)/ elections, the term ‘Election 2014’ topped (c)/ Google India’s trending list for the year. (d)/ No error. (e)

45) Top-ranked South Africa plays its first Test in five (a)/months when it faces unfamiliar West Indies (b)/ in the opening contest of its (c)/three-match series in Pretoria on Wednesday. (d)/ No error. (e)

46) Following the hostage related incident in Sydney on Monday, (a)/ the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to (b)/send its chief of anticorruption and security (c)/ Ravi Savani to Australia to overseen the security arrangements for the Indian team. (d)/ No error. (e)

47) FGB, UAE’s largest bank by net profit, plan to expand its (a)/operations in India in line with its global expansion (b)/strategy to support clients with cross border business (c)/and focusing on key trade and finance flows. (d)/ No error. (e)

48) BlackBerry, which had to struggle against (a)/ aggressive competition over a year ago, is now (b)/ refocusing itself by (c)/ targeting the professional consumer. (d)/ No error. (e)

49) The dearth of consumer friendly apps on a (a)/ BB device has been resolved with the (b)/ integration of Amazon App Store on the (c)/ recent launched Passport running the 10.3 update. (d)/ No error. (e)

50) As sports management companies perform a raft (a)/ of functions, including public relations, finance, sponsorships, training, laws (b)/ and ethics, it needs (c)/ professionals qualified in these areas. (d)/ No error. (e)

51) It’s been over a month since several students (a)/ of G.B. Pant Engineering College on south Delhi’s Okhla (b)/ have been spending the night (c)/ in their classrooms as a mark of protest. (d)/ No error. (e)

52) A street food vendor was murdered on Sunday night (a)/ in Outer Delhi’s Mangolpuri after he told (b)/ a group of drunken men that he would not be able (c)/ to serve them Gol gappas. (d)/ No error. (e)

53) Following reports Noida Authority staff allegedly (a)/ not reaching office on time, UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (b)/ on Monday sought the employee details of (c)/ both Noida and Greater Noida Authorities. (d)/ No error. (e)

54) A delegation led by the Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Manish Sisodia (a)/ also met with Delhi State Election Commissioner and (b)/ gave him a memorandum, requesting an inquiry (c)/ with the EVMs being brought from Rajasthan. (d)/ No error. (e)

55) A total of 2,537 candidates will contest elections (a)/ to the 272 wards in the three municipal corporations (b)/ of the Capital on April 23, (c)/ said the Delhi State Election Commission. (d)/ No error. (e)

56) Having been robbed cash and valuables (a)/ worth ₹4.10 lakh in Karol Bagh last week, a Tanzanian family (b)/ which had come to India on a medical tour (c)/ are struggling to survive in the Capital. (d)/ No error. (e)

57) The family approached the police and registered a complaint, (a)/ even as the Korean embassy got in touch (b)/ on the victim’s family and asked the police (c)/ to expedite the investigation. (d)/ No error. (e)

58) Mr. Gopal in his post said the “liberty to lead (a)/ a peaceful life has snatched from us” and (b)/ that this was “harassment of the highest order” (c)/ and could not be taken lightly. (d)/ No error. (e)

59) Sanjay and Ajay were arrested for allegedly failing (a)/ to complete the Gurugram project in time and not having (b)/ valid permissions from competent authorities (c)/ before start the project, the police said. (d)/ No error. (e)

60) The Bench said on Monday, “Though it is pleaded (a)/ by the government that an Administrator has been appointed, (b)/ it appear that the same is nothing but an eye-wash and, (c)/ in fact, Dr. Sharma himself has been controlling the affairs of the Akademi. (d)/ No error. (e)”

61) The IOP Party on Monday released (a)/ its manifesto for the civic polls, in which it has promised (b)/ constitution of a municipal development board (c)/ and regularisation of contractual employees. (d)/ No error. (e)

62) Describing his photo as “degrading and (a)/ a move to defame him”, Mr. Gupta has demanded (b)/ that the Commission take immediate (c)/ legal action against the BPS. (d)/ No error. (e)

63) Delhi Congress president Ajay Maken said at an event (a)/ to inaugurate candidates’ election offices on Monday (b)/ that the city had seen “unprecedented” development when (c)/ the party was in power in the Capital since 15 years. (d)/ No error. (e)

64) Over this approval, he claimed, only 50% funds (a)/ were to be given by the Delhi government, but (b)/ “due to negligence” of the Kejriwal government, (c)/ the expansion was delayed. (d)/ No error. (e)

65) In an affidavit submitted to the State Election Commission (a)/ along with her nomination, Ms. Kaushik disclosed that (b)/ she owned two buildings measuring 720 square feet and 553 square feet, (c)/ which are priced at ₹50 lakh and ₹32 lakh, respective. (d)/ No error. (e)

66) Liberalising the end use of airport land (a)/ and unlock its potential is undoubtedly (b)/ to advance public interest and (c)/ for better management of the airport. (d)/ No error. (e)

67) While the policy extended the benefits to existing (a)/ and future airports of AAI, as well as future airport (b)/ projects under Public Private Partnership (PPP), (c)/ it exclude the existing airports. (d)/ No error. (e)

68) It’s been over a month since several student (a)/ of G.B. Pant Engineering College in south Delhi’s Okhla (b)/ have been spending the night (c)/ in their classrooms as a mark of protest. (d)/ No error. (e)

69) According to the RTI documents, (a)/ instead of building the college, a part of the land (b)/ had given to an institute — Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) — that (c)/ will come up on the public-private partnership model. (d)/ No error. (e)

70) Students, meanwhile, complained that (a)/ the classrooms in the college were not suitable (b)/ for attending lectures since (c)/ they were hostel rooms and lack space. (d)/ No error. (e)

71) The Supreme Court was on Monday informed (a)/ that the process of arriving at a settlement between (b)/ Union minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Parsvnath Developers over (c)/ possession of a flat in Gurgaon was going. (d)/ No error. (e)

72) In a statement give to the police, Mr. Yadav said that (a)/ they were all sleeping inside the house when the theft took place and (b)/ were informed of the incident around 2.30a.m. when Mr. Yadav’s (c)/ mother Murti woke up and saw that the buffaloes were missing. (d)/ No error. (e)

73) Police said Raju himself had a criminal record (a)/ and he as well as one of the attackers (b)/ have several cases registered (c)/ with them at the madhura police station. (d)/ No error. (e)

74) Two persons working with a cash management (a)/ service provider alleged executed a heist of ₹32.50 lakh by fleeing (b)/ with a cash van in outer Delhi’s Mianwali Nagar (c)/ on March 30, police revealed on Monday. (d)/ No error. (e)

75) Upon checking the identity records of the gunman, (a)/ it was found out that he was a resident of Uttar Pradesh’s Etah district (b)/ and his Arms license were issued (c)/ by the authorities of the same region. (d)/ No error. (e)


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76) “During the visit to U.P, the team was surprised (a)/ to know that all the addresses gave by Jalim Singh to his company were fake,” (b)/ said the officer, adding that Rajeev had forged the documents and (c)/ used the identity of Jalim Singh just to commit the robbery. (d)/ No error. (e)

77) The victim, Ezaz Ahmed, who work for UNI, also accused (a)/ the police of being indifferent to his ordeal (b)/ and sluggish in their approach when he first made (c)/ the call to the Police Control Room. (d)/ No error. (e)

78) The driver and conductor admitted to (a)/ having “misbehaved”, but said that the argument was (b)/ over the driver digress (c)/ from the designated route. (d)/ No error. (e)

79) A police team rushed all of the injured to (a)/ Kukreja hospital where Ram Singh was declared brought dead (b)/ while Rahul Singh, Dilip and Anand Prasad were (c)/ discharged after treatment. (d)/ No error. (e)

80) “The registration number of the car was not clear, (a)/ therefore, we have sent the footage (b)/ to a forensic lab to get a clear picture (c)/ of the car registration number,” said Mr. Kumar. (d)/ No error. (e)

81) “He stopped a scooter that was coming (a)/ his way and took the victim the hospital (b)/ where she was declared dead (c)/ on arrival,” said the official. (d)/ No error. (e)

82) The Enforcement Directorate had registered (a)/ a case against Chauhan after the CBI registered preliminary enquiry (b)/ in June 2015 against Mr. Singh, his wife Pratibha Singh and (c)/ Chuhan and other unknown persons. (d)/ No error. (e)

83) A Bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar (a)/ asked these defaulting bodies to reply within two weeks (b)/ as to why they should not be asked to pay environment compensation (c)/ of ₹5 lakh for failing properly manage and treat sewage. (d)/ No error. (e)

84) Mr. Adityanath also ordered that 73 employees (a)/ of the Noida Authority, who had not been marking themselves (b)/ present on biometric machine, be marked (c)/ absent since the corresponding days. (d)/ No error. (e)

85) Following Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s directions, the authority has (a)/ prepared a roster of sick and delayed projects and started a crackdown (b)/ with developers who have failed to finish their housing projects, (c)/ leading to problems for thousands of home buyers. (d)/ No error. (e)

86) Their major civic woes include (a)/ poor drinking water supply, no sewage connection, (b)/ erratic electricity supply and poor construction (c)/ of the project between others. (d)/ No error. (e)

87) Danish, a home buyer who attended the meeting, (a)/ said they are hassled not just because of the delay (b)/ in completion of housing projects but also civic issues (c)/ faced by those who have got the possess. (d)/ No error. (e)

88) The average level of noise pollution (a)/ generally exceeds permissible limits in seven Indian cities, (b)/ which includes Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, (c)/ Union Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave said in the Rajya Sabha on Monday. (d)/ No error. (e)

89) The noise standard for motor vehicles, air conditioners, (a)/ refrigerators, gensets and certain types of construction equipment (b)/ are prescribed in the Schedules (c)/ of the Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986, the Minister said. (d)/ No error. (e)

90) Over 15,000 trees were cut (a)/ in the Capital in the three last financial years (b)/ to undertake development and construction activities, (c)/ said Union Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave on Monday. (d)/ No error. (e)

91) “Out of 10 sapling, five are planted and (a)/ maintained by the Department of Forests (b)/ and Wildlife, GNCTD, on degraded forest land, gaon sabha land (c)/ and others available with the department,” the Minister said. (d)/ No error. (e)

92) Mr. Dave also pointed out that Section 10 of the Delhi (a)/ Preservation of Trees Act, 1994, said that every person who is granted (b)/ permission beside this Act to fell any tree is bound (c)/ to plant such number and kind of trees in the area. (d)/ No error. (e)

93) Flowing dresses with fitted jackets, haute tops (a)/ and short skirts with coats, silk brocade skirts and tops (b)/ with appliqué detailing, and gossamer lace with lame (c)/ chiffons were the highlight the collection. (d)/ No error. (e)

94) India has undergone lot of socio-political (a)/ changes since Emergency but freedom (b)/ of speech keeps coming (c)/ under threat between time to time. (d)/ No error. (e)

95) A old man advises her about (a)/ the inevitability of the course of each one’s life that (b)/ continues through every birth and points (c)/ out that she is Puranjana reborn as a woman. (d)/ No error. (e)

96) Ramanuja dealt with conflicts of every (a)/ kind -intellectual, philosophical and administrative – and (b)/ handled them in unique ways, that (c)/ proclaimed his leadership qualities. (d)/ No error. (e)

97) Scriptures hail the renunciation of all that one (a)/ considers as one’s own and offer oneself wholly (b)/ to the Lord as the highest spiritual attainment, the only (c)/ means by which a jivatma can attain salvation. (d)/ No error. (e)

98) Women walk the dry landscape that resembles a charred (a)/ rice field in search of work, be it the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural (b)/ Employment Guarantee Act’s promised 100 days of work, (c)/ or indeed any other work that will feed its family. (d)/ No error. (e)

99) As you enter Talainayiru block (a)/ of Nagapattinam district, the backwaters spread out (b)/ enticing, apparently lush and fertile, (c)/ enveloping many villages in the block. (d)/ No error. (e)

100) Elgar, a replacement in the opening positions for the retired Smith, believes (a)/ the side is at peace with the loss of their former captain and Jacques Kallis, (b)/ who retired from international cricket last season, and is looking (c)/ forward to the years ahead along new skipper Amla, who debuted in the role in Sri Lanka. (d)/ No error. (e)

101) The event bears close study, as it not only teaches us the (a)/ political tools that Gandhiji perfected during his struggle for (b)/ the indigo farmers of Champaran, but also the panchamrut (five nectars) that (c)/ we as Indians got as a result of the struggle. (d)/ No error. (e)

102) A day after Hardik Patel held a huge rally in Patidar dominated Morbi (a)/ and Tankara in Saurashtra region, he and 34 others were (b)/ booked by the police in Monday for holding the road show and public rally (c)/ without police approval and for violating prohibitory orders. (d)/ No error. (e)

103) The Lok Sabha on Monday cleared amendments to the motor vehicles (a)/ law that will substantial increase the penalty for traffic violations, (b)/ allow learner’s driving licences to be issued online (c)/ and penalise contractors for faulty road designs. (d)/ No error. (e)

104) From a social practice cannot be held to be an integral part of a (a)/ faith and belief or an “essential religious practice,” it has to satisfy (b)/ the overarching constitutional goal of gender equality, (c)/ gender justice and dignity, the government submitted. (d)/ No error. (e)

105) At a programme organised by the Culture Ministry, he said the (a)/ country had paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi though all these years and (b)/ that the time had come to turn a passive homage to an (c)/ active one of adopting sanitation as a goal. (d)/ No error. (e)

106) It defined both India’s commitment to the Teesta water-sharing (a)/ agreement and the Central government’s commitment to working (b)/ with the West Bengal government to conclude the agreement (c)/ for which the framework was initial in 2011. (d)/ No error. (e)

107) Not only will these measures strengthen the bonds with Bangladesh, (a)/ with which India shares its longest international border (b)/ as well as historical bonds, they will help India connect to itself, (c)/ to the benefit especially of the northeastern States. (d)/ No error. (e)

108) Before we turn to this, however, it may be (a)/ useful to suggest some ways in which we can quickly assuage at least partially (b)/ the hurt that our African students must feel, before turning vigorous to building institutions that (c)/ ensure their security and encourage them to feel part of the community in India. (d)/ No error. (e)

109) Despite the attempts by the government to bring international students (a)/ to India, the experience of foreign students here (b)/ has not always been a happy one, this being particularly so for those (c)/ from Africa, though there could be exception. (d)/ No error. (e)

110) State governments must be instructed by the Centre to see (a)/ that African students are assured of their safety and all educational institutions (b)/ must with immediate effect double-up the attention (c)/ they devote to their personal needs, which range from housing to food. (d)/ No error. (e)

111) While these are laudable and ambitious objectives as they address (a)/major concerns of mental health care, there (b)/ have been some critiques attention drawing to the lack of funds, (c)/ trained personnel, and insufficient emphasis on community care. (d)/ No error. (e)

112) Besides proximity and enduring relationships between actors (a)/ and their directors, and some nepotism that has stuck, the problem with (b)/ the National Awards is that there is always the view that someone more deserving (c)/ was overlooked in the run up to the awards or in the finale. (d)/ No error. (e)

113) The Rajya Sabha was adjourned twice on Monday as Congress (a)/ members rushed to the well, alleging that the Enforcement Directorate and the CBI were being used (b) against the Chief Ministers and former Chief Ministers of the Opposition, while (c)/ no action was took against the Chief Ministers of the BJP. (d)/ No error. (e)

114) The Pakistan move to award the death sentence to Mr. Jadhav (a)/ has been received with many disbelief by his former Naval (b)/ colleagues and intelligence circles, though most of them were (c)/ confident that he would be back home. (d)/ No error. (e)

115) “I will continue to work on our government’s principles of development (a)/ and welfare and will not allow anything to (b)/ shake the confidence place in me,” Mr. Modi said (c)/ at the end of a marathon five-hour meeting. (d)/ No error. (e)

116) The Election Commission said on Monday that it was not bound (a)/ consult the Union Home Ministry before holding any election, following (b)/ reports that it had ignored the Ministry’s advice against holding by (c)/ elections in the Kashmir Valley consider the prevailing security situation. (d)/ No error. (e)

117) The Indian Navy spokesperson was quote as saying: (a)/ “In a show of international maritime cooperation against piracy, a boarding party (b)/ from the nearby Chinese Navy ship went on board the merchant ship, (c)/ while an Indian naval helicopter provided air cover for the operation. (d)/ No error. (e)

118) Note that it was sensitive about the dent the ban has caused (a)/ to the economy, the Bench asked the car companies (b)/ to come up with possible alternatives to (c)/ curb the rising air pollution in the city. (d)/ No error. (e)

119) Po’s role-reversal from a student to a teacher delightfully plays out (a)/ in set pieces that involve a valley of Pandas training in Kung Fu while doing (b)/ that one thing they love doing; example: a particular (c)/ panda disrupts the enemy by hug because that’s what he likes doing the best. (d)/ No error. (e)

120) Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Verma’s first meeting (a)/ with journalists was little more than a photo-op with (b)/ the police chief sidestepping almost all the issues (c)/ raised by the scribes about access to him. (d)/ No error. (e)

121) On discussing about the complaints, Standing Committee chairperson Radhey Shyam Sharma (a)/ ordered officials to “stop attending the meetings of the DDCs” and (b)/ “not to allow any work by an MLA without (c)/ the nod of the head of the department”. (d)/ No error. (e)

122) The initiative was launched in line with a detailed action plan (a)/submitted by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government to the Supreme Court after (b)/ it demanded information(c)/ on steps be taken to improve air quality and reduce air pollution in the Capital. (d)/ No error. (e)

123) Even as the recently declassified documents relating to the (a)/ disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose do not take us any closer (b)/ to finding out whether he indeed survived the August 18, 1945 air crash, (c)/ they throw many unverified documents that claim he outlived the crash. (d)/ No error. (e)

124) A day before a total ban on the sale and consumption of (a)/ country-made liquor across Bihar, vendors and outlets offered a huge discount to exhaust (b)/ their stocks while guzzlers were seen returning back (c)/ to the shops to replenish their stocks at home. (d)/ No error. (e)

125) It further says that it is mandatory that athletes (a)/ must have achieved the qualification standard in AFI-recognised meets (b)/ during 2015 or 2016; moreover, an AFI technical delegate (c)/ must have present at the meet. (d)/ No error. (e)

126) Footwork is reaction to the ball but balance (a)/ actually starts earlier, from your stance, (b)/ your set-up to seeing the ball; that is, how still (c)/ you are before the ball is being released.” (d)/ No error. (e)

127)Digital influence refers to the role that (a)/ the digital medium plays in influencing (b)/ purchases, irrespective of if the (c)/ purchase is made online or offline. (d)/ No error. (e)

128) Vettel and Raikkonen made the most of slow start by (a)/ the two Mercedes men in Melbourne to take control of the race and lead (b)/ for more than half the distance before they were reeled in —(c)/ partly due to tyre strategy decisions — and overhauled .(d)/ No error. (e)

129) Towards the end his gentle gestures and silence indicate (a)/ the resolution of the conflict in a subtle manner – there is nothing (b)/superfluous in his portrait only intense concentration to bringing to the fore the calm that (c)/ is achieved with reconciliation and to come to terms with the changing times. (d)/ No error. (e)

130) Around the years, I have gotten to know the British (a)/ filmmaker Stephen Hopkins, and I am keenly looking forward to watching his “Race”, (b)/ a fictionalised version of Owens at the Berlin Olympics, (c)/ made with the cooperation of the Jesse Owens Foundation as well as the Owens family. (d)/ No error. (e)

131) It was Y.G Doraiswamy, an art connoisseur from Chennai, (a)/ who saw his performance and suggested that he should move (b) to Chennai to perform Odissi and teach there to local Bharatanatyam dancers, (c)/ interested of learning Odissi, as the dance form was gaining popularity. (d)/ No error. (e)

132) Steelmakers in Britain pay some of the highest energy costs (a)/ and green taxes in the world, but the government maintains that the (b)/ fundamental problem facing the industry is the collapse in the (c)/ price of steel, caused on overcapacity in China. (d)/ No error. (e)

133) Just when everyone were wondering whether (a)/ the Saradha probe was being soft pedalled, the Enforcement Directorate (b)/ filed its first charge sheet, four days before (c)/ West Bengal goes to the polls. (d)/ No error. (e)

134) Even in those case, judges wilfully ignored (a)/ the mandatory sentencing provisions of at least one year (b)/ of imprisonment, preferring instead a “simple imprisonment (c)/ till the rising of the court”. (d)/ No error. (e)

135) Besides that, a financial loss to the tune of hundreds of crores (a)/ was incurred by people whose homes and business establishments were (b)/ damaged in the arson that followed the agitation leaving (c)/ the State paralysed for near two weeks. (d)/ No error. (e)

136) C.S. Santosh is also the face of Indian adventure on the international stage (a)/ with participation in the Dakar Rally — considered the graveyard of champions (b)/ in more ways than one and official the toughest off- (c)/ road rally in the world — and the World Cross Country Championship. (d)/ No error. (e)

137) Applicant companies should submit a common application form SPICe (INC 32) on MCA portal, (a)/ and once the data of incorporation are sent to CBDT by (b)/ MCA, the PAN and TAN are issued immediately (c)/ without any further intervention of the applicant. (d)/ No error. (e)

138) With three runways operating simultaneously, it is easier (a)/ to manage IGIA’s heavy traffic even during peak hours, but with two only (b)/ runways available, we can’t have (c)/ simultaneous and independent arrivals and departures,” said a senior air traffic control official. (d)/ No error. (e)

139) When confronted with the view that the stretch (a)/ looked more or less the same after cleaning, (b)/ a senior government official said that a more visible (c)/ impact would came after regular maintenance. (d)/ No error. (e)

140) The programme will include “a weekly three-hour course (a)/ on the presidential campaign taught in real time (b)/ and the participants will be on the campaign trail, going from (c)/ town to town, attending events, and live with American families.” (d)/ No error. (e)

141) “I really would not have believed that one can plan a (a)/ giant flyover on the narrowest of spaces like this, (b)/ unless I come here,” said an engineer of the (c)/ Kolkata Municipal Corporation while photograph the area. (d)/ No error. (e)

142) The scheme was formulated under directions of the Supreme Court (a)/ which had acted in a PIL filed by activist and lawyer MC Mehta (b)/ who had demanded shifting of industries operating in residential (c)/ and non-conforming areas to the outskirts for curbing pollution. (d)/ No error. (e)

143) When broken down point by point, it is quite apparent (a)/ that either there was no ground for invoking Article 356 within the parameters (b)/ laid down by the Supreme Court or that a situation (c)/ warranting Central intervention had not yet arise. (d)/ No error. (e)

144) In the judgment that uphold the validity of the Tenth Schedule (a)/ (the anti-defection law), a dissenting judge had pointed out that the (b)/ Speaker’s “tenure being dependent on the will of majority therein, (c)/ likelihood of suspicion of bias could not be ruled out.” (d)/ No error. (e)

145) The announcement that India’s Tata Steel is abandoning western countries (a)/ have hammered home the threat to developed countries’ steel industries (b)/ from a glut caused by over-capacity in China, which has led to a (c)/ collapse in the global price of commodity steel used mainly in construction. (d)/ No error. (e)

146) On August 19 last year, when the purported video was filmed, (a)/ he was on duty, but due to inadequate sleep and not having taken medicines, (b)/ he experienced memory loss and drowsiness, resulting in a (c)/ situation in which he could not even change his uniform, Salem had said. (d)/ No error. (e)

147) “They were also directed to ensure that break-down teams were (a)/ always ready to keep the fleet on track and that buses plied on (b)/ the extreme left side of roads; there would be disciplinary action along depot (c)/ managers if any of these conditions were found not being met,” the official added. (d)/ No error. (e)

148) “If farmers are confident that they would get assured returns (a)/ on their produce it will motivate them to go for pulses farming, (b)/ resulting in better production, less dependence in imports and (c)/ most importantly will bring price stabilisation,” he said. (d)/ No error. (e)

149) Rubber deposited on the surface from tyres of landing aircraft (a)/ would be thorough scraped and the usual touchdown point, (b)/ which bears the maximum load of landing aircraft, (c)/ would be overhauled to reduce chances of damage. (d)/ No error. (e)

150) But Mr. Modi did raise the possibility of individuals within (a)/ the state structure getting friendly with a terrorist, (b)/ lead up to a nuclear terrorism incident, without (c)/ naming any particularly country, said Mr. Gill. (d)/ No error. (e)

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Answer keys with Explanations

  1. c) Replace ‘show’ with ‘shows’
  2. b) Replace ‘have’ with ‘have been’
  3. c) Add ‘an’ before ‘Initiative’
  4. b) Replace ‘have’ with ‘has’
  5. a) Replace ‘speak’ with ‘speaking’
  6. d) Replace ‘need’ with ‘needed’
  7. d) Replace ‘on’ with ‘buy’
  8. c) Replace ‘demand’ with ‘demanded’
  9. b) Replace ‘sad’ with ‘sadness’
  10. a) Place ‘certainly contain’ after ‘will’
  11. c) Replace ‘Independent’ with ‘Independently’
  12. e) No Error
  13. d) Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’
  14. c) Replace ‘in’ with ‘on’
  15. b) Replace ‘eventual’ with ‘eventually’
  16. c) Replace ‘to’ with ‘and’
  17. b) Replace ‘year’ with ‘years’
  18. d) Replace ‘its’ with ‘their’
  19. b) Replace ‘within’ with ‘among’
  20. c) Replace ‘large’ with ‘largely’
  21. c) Replace ‘to’ with ‘for’
  22. b) Replace ‘shift’ with ‘shifted’
  23. a) Add ‘out’ after ‘carried’
  24. d) Replace ‘frisk and question’ with ‘frisked and questioned’
  25. a) Replace ‘is’ with ‘are’
  26. d) Replace ‘scratch’ with ‘scratched’
  27. d) Replace ‘near’ with ‘nearly’
  28. d) Replace ‘in’ with ‘of’
  29. b) Replace ‘its’ with ‘their’
  30. c) Replace ‘on’ with ‘in’
  31. e) No error
  32. b) Replace ‘aspect’ with ‘aspects’
  33. d) Replace ‘has’ with ‘have’
  34. a) Replace ‘is’ with ‘are’
  35. d) Add ‘to’ after ‘want’
  36. c) Replace ‘sharp’ by ‘sharper’
  37. c) Replace ‘drive’ by ‘driven’
  38. c) Add ‘be’ after ‘to’
  39. d) Replace ‘at’ with ‘over’
  40. a) Add ‘a’ before ‘set’
  41. b) Replace ‘across’ with ‘against’
  42. b) Replace ‘focus’ with ‘focussing’
  43. d) Replace ‘include’ with ‘includes’
  44. a) Replace ‘emerge’ with ‘emerging’
  45. b) Add ‘an’ after ‘faces’
  46. d) Replace ‘overseen’ with ‘oversee’
  47. a) Replace ‘plan’ with ‘plans’
  48. e) No Error
  49. d) Replace ‘recent’ with ‘recently’
  50. c) Replace ‘it needs’ by ‘they need’
  51. b) Replace ‘on’ by ‘in’
  52. e) No Error
  53. a) Place ‘of’ after ‘reports’
  54. d) Replace ‘with’ with ‘into’
  55. e) No error
  56. a) Place ‘of’ after ‘robbed’
  57. c) Replace ‘on’ with ‘with’
  58. b) Place ‘been’ after ‘has’
  59. d) Replace ‘start’ with ‘starting’
  60. c) Replace ‘appear’ by ‘appears’
  61. e) No Error
  62. e) No error
  63. d) Replace ‘since’ with ‘for’
  64. a) Replace ‘Over’ with ‘under’
  65. d) Replace ‘respective’ with ‘respectively’
  66. b) Replace ‘unlock’ with ‘unlocking’
  67. d) Replace ‘exclude’ with ‘excluded’
  68. a) Replace ‘student’ with ‘students’
  69. c) Add ‘been’ after ‘had’
  70. d) Replace ‘lack’ with ‘lacked’
  71. d) Add ‘on’ after ‘going’
  72. a) Replace ‘give’ with ‘given’
  73. d) Replace ‘with’ by ‘against’
  74. b) Replace ‘alleged’ with ‘allegedly’
  75. c) Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’
  76. b) Replace ‘gave’ with ‘given’
  77. a) Replace ‘work’ with ‘works’
  78. c) Replace ‘disgress’ with ‘disgressing’
  79. e) No Error
  80. e) No Error
  81. b) Add ‘to’ after ‘victim’
  82. b) Place ‘a’ after ‘registered’
  83. d) Place ‘to’ after ‘failing’
  84. d) Replace ‘since’ with ‘for’
  85. c) Replace ‘with’ by ‘on’
  86. d) Replace ‘between’ with ‘among’
  87. d) Replace ‘possess’ with ‘possession’
  88. c) Replace ‘includes’ with ‘include’
  89. c) Replace ‘are’ with ‘is’
  90. b) Interchange ‘three last’ to ‘last three’
  91. a) Replace ‘sapling’ with ‘saplings’
  92. c) Replace ‘beside’ with ‘under’
  93. d) Place ‘of’ after ‘highlight’
  94. d) Replace ‘between’ with ‘from’
  95. a) Add ‘an’ before ‘old’
  96. e) No Error
  97. b) Replace ‘offer’ with ‘offering’
  98. d) Replace ‘its’ with ‘their’
  99. c) Replace ‘enticing’ with ‘enticingly’
  100. d) Replace ‘along’ with ‘under’
  101. a) Interchange ‘not only’ and ‘teaches us’
  102. c) Replace ‘in’ with ‘on’
  103. b) Replace ‘substantial’ with ‘substantially’
  104. a) Replace ‘from’ with ‘since’
  105. b) RePlace ‘though’ with ‘through’
  106. d) Replace ‘initial’ with ‘initialled’
  107. e)No error
  108. c) Replace ‘vigorous’ with ‘vigorously’
  109. d) Replace ‘exception’ with ‘exceptions’
  110. e) No Error
  111. c) Interchange ‘attention drawing’ to ‘drawing attention’
  112. e) No Error
  113. d) Replace ‘took’ with ‘taken’
  114. b) Replace ‘many’ with ‘much’
  115. c) Replace ‘place’ with ‘placed’
  116. d) Replace ‘consider’ with ‘considering’
  117. a) Replace ‘quote’ with ‘quoted’
  118. a) Replace ‘note’ with ‘noting’
  119. d) Replace ‘hug’ by ‘hugging’
  120. e) No error
  121. a) Remove ‘about’ after ‘discussing’
  122. d) Replace ‘be’ with ‘being’
  123. d) Add ‘up’ after ‘throw’
  124. c) Remove ‘back’ after ‘returning’
  125. d) Add ‘been’ after ‘have’
  126. e) No Error
  127. c) Replace ‘if’ by ‘whether’
  128. a)Replace ‘start’ with ‘starts’
  129. c) Replace ‘bringing’ with ‘bring’
  130. a) Replace ‘around’ with ‘over’
  131. d) Replace ‘of’ with ‘in’
  132. d) Replace ‘on’ with ‘by’
  133. a) Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’
  134. a) Replace ‘case’ with ‘cases’
  135. d) Replace ‘near’ with ‘nearly’
  136. c) Replace ‘official’ with ‘officially’
  137. b) Replace ‘are’ with ‘is’
  138. b) Interchange ‘two only’ to ‘only two’
  139. d) Replace ‘came’ with ‘come’
  140. d) Replace ‘live’ with ‘living’
  141. d) Replace ‘photograph’ with ‘photographing’
  142. b) Replace ‘in’ with ‘upon’
  143. d) Replace ‘arise’ with ‘arisen’
  144. a) Replace ‘uphold’ with ‘upheld’
  145. b) Replace ‘have’ with ‘has’
  146. e) No error
  147. c) Replace ‘along’ by ‘against’
  148. c) Replace ‘less’ with ‘lesser’
  149. b) Replace ‘thorough’ with ‘thoroughly’
  150. c) Replace ‘lead’ with ‘leading’


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