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Time: 2 hours Total Marks: 700

1. Which is the longest river of Europe?
(a) Lena
(b) Danube
(c) Congo
(d) Murray

2. Who became the youngest ever Formula One Champion?
(a) Fernand: Alonso
(b) Justin Gatlin
(c) Tyson Gay
(d) Michael Schumacher

3. World Champion Fernando Alonso belongs to which country?
(a) U.S.A.
(b) Spain
(c) U.K.
(d) France

4. The European Grand Prix, 2006 was won by
(a) Kimi Raikkonen
(b) Felipe Massa
(c) Michael Schumacher
(d) Valentino Rossi

5. Who has taken the highest number of wickets in One Day International Cricket?
(a) Wasim Akram
(b) Shane Warne
(c) M. Muralitharan
(d) G.D. Mcgrath

6. The Greenland island is located in?
(a) Indian Ocean
(b) North Atlantic Ocean
(c) South Pacific Ocean
(d) Western Pacific Ocean

7. Where are the Pensacola Mountains?
(a) North Pole
(b) Antarctica
(c) Arctic
(d) South Pole

8. The highest volcanic mountain ‘ojos del salado was located in
(a) Argentina
(b) Chile
(c) Ecquador
(d) Mexico

9. The Cape Code Bay is located near
(a) Amsterdam
(b) Massachussets
(c) Boston
(d) San Diego

10. ‘Amazon’ river originates from Peru and falls in
(a) Pacific Ocean
(b) Atlantic Ocean
(c) Black Sea
(d) Caspian Sea

11. Before retiring from Formula One Racing, Michael Schumacher has been world champion for times .
(a) five
(b) six
(c) seven
(d) eight

12. Who has won the maximum number of Grand Slam titles in Golf till date?
(a) Tiger Woods
(b) Jack Nicklaus
(c) Earl Woods
(d) Justin Gatlin

13. ‘PGA’ stands for
(a) Players of Golf Association
(b) Professional Golfers Academy
(c) Professional Golfers Association
(d) Play Golf Always

14. Euro Cup is related to
(a) Cricket
(b) Hockey
(c) Football
(d) Tennis

15. Washington DC is situated near the
(a) Atlantic Ocean
(b) Gulf of Mexico
(c) Pacific Ocean
(d) Lake Manitoba

16. ‘Mississippi’ is the longest river in United States. It falls in the
(a) Gulf of Mexico
(b) Mediterranean Sea
(c) Atlantic Ocean
(d) Pacific Ocean

17. The following is used in photography:
(a) Silver Bromide
(b) Sodium Bromide
(c) Potassium Chloride
(d) Sodium Sulphate

18. Laws of electrolysis are given by:
(a) Faraday
(b) Maxwell
(c) Lenz
(d) Bohr

19. Which of the following is not an ore of aluminium?
(a) Cryolite
(b) Feldspar
(c) Bauxite
(d) Azurite

20. The sight of a delicious food usually makes mouth watery. It is a:
(a) Hormonal response
(b) Neural response
(c) Optic response
(d) Olfactory response

21. A person of blood group ‘AB’ can give blood to:
(a) ‘A’ and ‘B’
(b) Only ‘AB’
(c) ‘A’,‘B’and‘O’
(d) All of these

22. ‘Lieutenant’ in army is equivalent to following rank in navy:
(a) Lieutenant
(b) Sub-Lieutenant
(c) Lieutenant Commissioner
(d) None of these

23. Pankaj Advani is associated with:
(a) Snooker
(b) Golf
(c) Shooting
(d) Archery

24. Which city in the world is known as the forbidden city?
(a) Aberdeen
(b) Jerusalem
(c) Mecca
(d) Lhasa

25. Rajeev Gandhi Khel Ratna Award carries a sum of:
(a) Rs. 3 lakhs
(b) Rs. 5 lakhs
(c) Rs. 1 lakhs
(d) Rs. 7 lakhs

26. Which acid is present in lemon?
(a) Citric acid
(b) Tartaric acid
(c) Ascorbic acid
(d) Lactic acid

27. Reading on Fahrenheit scale and that on Celsius scale are identical at the following temperature:
(a) 40°
(b) 0°
(c) -574.25°
(d) 273°

28. Matur dam is built on which river?
(a) Krishna
(b) Kaveri
(c) Narmada
(d) Mahanadi

29. At 20% annual interest rate, after how many years will some sum become double?
(a) 2 years
(b) 3 years
(c) 4 years
(d) 5 years

30. Where is a well-known Dilwara temple located?
(a) Madhya Pradesh
(b) Maharashtra
(c) Gujarat
(d) Rajasthan

31. The disease pneumonia affects which part of the body?
(a) Lungs
(b) Tongue
(c) Liver
(d) Wind pipe

32. The first recipient of Dada Saheb Phalke Award was:
(a) B.N. Sarkar
(b) Prithaviraj Kapur
(c) Devika Rani
(d) Kan an Devi

33. In which city of India the electricity supply started first?
(a) Kolkata
(b) Chennai
(c) Mumbai
(d) Daijeeling

34. Bhatnagar prize is awarded in which field?
(a) Peace
(b) Music and Drama
(c) Science and Technology
(d) Classical arts

35. Who discovered the laws of planetary motion?
(a) Copernicus
(b) Kepler
(c) Aryabhatta
(d) Newton

36. Compound microscope was invented by:
(a) Robert Hooke
(b) Leeuwenhoek
(c) Janseen brothers
(d) Dujerdin

37. The subject matter of the recently published report of Kelkar Committee is:
(a) Agricultural Debt
(b) Share Market Scam
(c) Tax System of India
(d) Foreign Trade

38. As a result of outsourcing of services from the U.S.A. to India:
(a) Indian industries are benefitted
(b) Employment in India is increasing
(c) Scope for Research and Development in India is increasing
(d) Pace of industrialization in U.S.A. is decreasing

39. Dry ice is:
(a) Ice at-15°C
(b) Ice just below melting point
(c) Solid C02
(d) None of the above

40. Panchayati Raj is organised at:
(a) Block level
(b) Village and block level
(c) Village, block and district level
(d) Village, block, district and state level

41. Who is the first Indian Chess player who defeated a World Champion?
(a) Dibyendu Barua
(b) Kapil Dev
(c) Surya Sekhar Ganguly
(d) Viswanathan Anand

42. The first Indian woman to conquer Mt. Everest is:
(a) Mohasota Debi
(b) Bachhendri Pal
(c) Santosh Yadav
(d) Sudipta Sengupta

43. Who introduced R.N. Tagore to the west?
(a) W.B. Yeats
(b) Rudyard Kipling
(c) Joseph Conrad
(d) T.S. Eliot

44. Mahatma Gandhi’s autobiography—‘My Experiments with Truth’ was originally written in:
(a) English
(b) Hindi
(c) Marathi
(d) Gujarati

45. People greet one another in French language with:
(a) GutenTag
(b) Bonjour
(c) Ahlan Wasahlan
(d) None of these

46. What is Gene?
(a) A segment of RNA, DNA and Histone
(b) A segment DNA and RNA
(c) A segment of DNA
(d) A segment of DNA and Histone

47. Damodar Valley Project is sponsored by West Bengal and:
(a) Orissa
(b) Bihar
(c) U.P.
(d) All of the above

48. Which among the following is a riverine port?
(a) Cochin
(b) Kolkata
(c) Kandla
(d) Marmagao

49. Among the following, which state capital is not situated near the bank of a river?
(a) Lucknow
(b) Patna
(c) Bombay
(d) Kolkata

50. Pyorrhoea affects which part of the body?
(a) Gums
(b) Teeth
(c) Salivary glands
(d) Lips

51. Who has won the cricket world cup twice as a captain?
(a) Ricky Ponting
(b) Steve Waugh
(c) Allen Border
(d) Clive Lloyd

52. Which is the heaviest flying bird?
(a) Bustard
(b) Penguin
(c) Ostrich
(d) Vulture

Which constitutional amendment provided for a Hindi translation of the constitution?
(a) 45th amendment
(b) 52nd amendment
(c) 56th amendment
(d) 57th amendment

54. The largest irrigation canal in India is called the:
(a) Yamuna canal
(b) Sirhand canal
(c) Lower Baridoab canal
(d) Indira Gandhi canal

55. Horns of most mammals are made of:
(a) Bones
(b) Cartilage
(c) Keratin
(d) Chitin

56. The constitution of UNO is known as:
(a) Peace agreement
(b) Magna Carta
(c) Declaration
(d) Charter

57. December 10 is observed as:
(a) World Mental Health Day
(b) World Sight Day
(c) World Red Cross Day
(d) Human Rights Day

58. There is no reservation for SC and ST for Lok Sabha in:
(a) Arunachal Pradesh
(b) Jammu and Kashmir
(c) Meghalaya
(d) All the above

59. The Durand Line is the international border between:
(a) Afghanistan and Pakistan
(b) Iran and Syria
(c) India and Bangladesh
(d) India and Nepal

60. Washington is situated at the bank of:
(a) Vistula
(b) Moskava
(c) Potomac
(d) Tagus

61. Who among the following Sikh Guru started the ‘Gurumukhi Script’?
(a) Guru Arjun
(b) Guru Ramdas
(c) Guru Tegh Bahadur
(d) Guru Angad

62. The term ‘Rook’ is linked with:
(a) Golf
(b) Archery
(c) Chess
(d) Badmintion

63. US-based “Novelis” has recently been acquired by:
(a) Tata Group
(b) Birla Group
(c) Reliance Group
(d) Jointly by Tata and Birla Group

64. After merger, Tata-Corus has become the…largest steel producer in the World:
(a) 3rd
(b) 4th
(c) 5th
(d) 6th

65. Recently, Ministry of HRD has announced to hike FDI limit in Education to:
(a) 0.65
(b) 70%
(c) 0.75
(d) 100%

66. Recently foundation stone of a new rail coach making factory has been laid at:
(a) Saharsa
(b) Rae Bareli
(c) Amethi
(d) Amritsar

67. Railway Budget 2007-08 announces 2007-08 as:
(a) A year of Safety
(b) A year of Prosperity
(c) A year of Customer Service
(d) A year of Cleanliness

68. The operating system recently launched by Microsoft in India is:
(a) Windows XP
(b) Windows Vista
(c) Sun Solaris
(d) Microsoft 2007 Office System

69. The Gandhi Peace prize 2005 has been awarded to:
(a) Archbishop Desmond Tutu
(b) Mrs. Loretta Scott King
(c) Dr. Nelson Mandela and Grameen Bank of Bangladesh
(d) Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan

70. Who among the following won the Australian 0pen-2007 men’s singles title?
(a) Fernando Gonzalez
(b) Roger Federer
(c) Mike Bryan
(d) Bob Bryand

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71. The 94th Indian Science Congress was held from 3-7 January, 2007 in:
(a) Tamil Nadu
(b) Hyderabad
(c) Ahmedabad
(d) Chandigarh

72. The 2007 Ranji Trophy has been won by:
(a) Mumbai
(b) Bengal
(c) Uttar Pradesh
(d) Tamil Nadu

73. The telecommunication network group Hutchison Essar has been taken over by:
(a) Reliance Communications
(b) Verizon
(c) Vodafone
(d) Hinduja

74. Who among the following would be the first Indian to join the Alcoa company’s board, the world’s largest aluminium producer?
(a) Ratan Tata
(b) L.N. Mittal
(c) Mukesh Ambani
(d) Kumar Mangalam Birla

75. As per the new guidelines proposed by the Ministry of HRD what is the percentage of seats reserved for the OBCs in IITs and IIMs?
(a) 0.15
(b) 0.2
(c) 0.25
(d) 0.27

76. Which of the following is not a Vector borne disease?
(a) AIDS
(b) Kala Azar
(c) Japanese Encephalitis
(d) Filaria

77. Which of the following is observed as ‘National Consumer Day’ in India?
(a) 20th May
(b) 24th March
(c) 24th December
(d) 24th October

78. Who amongst the following won the French Open 2006 Tennis Cup held recently?
(a) Roger Federer
(b) Rafael Nadal
(c) Bob Bryan
(d) Vera Zvonareva

79. Who amongst the following is the recipient of the ‘Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award’ given away recently?
(a) Mahesh Bhupati
(b) SaniaMirza
(c) Rahul Dravid
(d) Pankaj Advani

80. Who amongst the following is the author of the book ‘A brief History of Time’?
(a) Prof. Stephen Hawking
(b) Dr. J.V. Naralikar
(c) Dr. H.J. Bhabha
(d) Dr. Chandrashekhar

81. ‘Durand Cup’ is associated with the game of:
(a) Hockey
(b) Lawn Tennis
(c) Badminton
(d) Football

82. Ban Ki Moon is the eighth Secretary-General of United Nations. He belongs to which country?
(a) Japan
(b) North Korea
(c) China
(d) South Korea

83. Vijay Singh won his 30th US PGA Tour title. He is related to which sport?
(a) Golf
(b) Squash
(c) Badminton
(d) Archery

84. The Government has decided not to provide official holiday on which festival?
(a) Diwali
(b) Christmas
(c) Holi
(d) Raksha Bandhan

85. The Supreme Court ruled that laws put in the Ninth Schedule after…..cannot escape judicial scrutiny if they appeared to breach citizen’s fundamental rights.
(a) April, 1973
(b) June, 1984
(c) March, 1968
(d) August, 1981

86. Which country won the maximum Gold Medals in Doha Asian Games?
(a) Japan
(b) South Korea
(c) China
(d) India

87. Sania Mirza is related to Lawn Tennis. In the same way Saina Nehwal is related to which sport?
(a) Chess
(b) Hockey
(c) Badminton
(d) Squash

Who has been appointed as the Chief of Intelligence Bureau for the next two years?
(a) P.C. Haidar
(b) Arun Prakash
(c) Sudha Pillai
(d) K.P. Singh

89. K.G. Balakrishnan is the first Dalit Chief Justice of India. He is the Chief Justice of India.
(a) 32nd
(b) 37th
(c) 29th
(d) 36th

90. AT present which country has the Presidentship of European Union?
(a) Britain
(b) Germany
(c) Italy
(d) Finland

91. During her rise to fame, she betrayed many of her friends, and because of it, very few people trust her
(a) No error
(b) During her rise to fame
(c) Because of it
(d) Trust her

92. Not hardly a sound could be heard in the auditorium, when the speaker approached the dais to announce the result of the contest
(a) No error
(b) Not hardly
(c) When
(d) Approached

93. In contrast to the prevailing opinion, the editorial lays the blame for the strike on the workers
(a) No error
(b) In contrast of
(c) lays
(d) Blame for

94. By midnight the guests still had not been served dinner, so they were ravishing
(a) No error
(b) Had not been served
(c) So they
(d) Ravishing

95. The raise in the number of accidents attributable to drunk drivers has prompted call for stiffer penalties for driving while intoxicated
(a) No error
(b) Raise
(c) Attributable
(d) Has prompted

96. Aarathi is hardly the young lady to do _______________to her husband
(a) credit
(b) harm
(c) damage
(d) reputation

97. Nirmala was expecting a call from her mother which would inform her whether she______ or not
(a) had to go
(b) had gone
(c) was expected
(d) should inform

98. “Okay ”______ said the police officer, “we shall get the culprit in a day’s time”
(a) chief
(b) sir
(c) boss
(d) captain

99. He was not able to______ her family from the neighbour’s onslaught
(a) defend
(b) safeguard
(c) shield
(d) dover

100. They found the body under the ———-
(a) remains of the building
(b) debris
(c) storeys
(d) wreckage

Plaintiff: Defendant as
(a) Court: Law
(b) Judge: Juiy
(c) Injured: Accused
(d) Explosive: Volcano

102. Fine : Imprisonment as
(a) Sentence: Judgement
(b) Misdemeanor: Felony
(c) Jury: Judge
(d) Jail: Bond

103. Secret Service : Raw as
(a) Profession : Law
(b) Soldier: Army
(c) Open: Undercover
(d) Lungs: Blood

104. Habits : Instincts as
(a) Works : Play
(b) Training: Heredity
(c) Acquired: Cultivated
(d) Birds: Animals

105. Pariah : Favourite as
(a) Nephew: Son
(b) Chosen: Accepted
(c) Ostracism: Nepotism
(d) Hypnotism: Comatose

106. Give an antonym for FETTER
(a) Liberate
(b) Imprison
(c) Scorn
(d) Traitor

Give an antonym for DASTARD
(a) Decadent
(b) Coward
(c) Legitimate
(d) Dauntless

108. Give an antonym for NULLIFY
(a) Impress
(b) Effect
(c) Seclude
(d) Astound

109. Give an antonym for JUDICIOUS
(a) Rash
(b) Desirable
(c) Painful
(d) Rude

110. Give an antonym for HOMOGENEOUS
(a) Tactful
(b) Motley
(c) Incisive
(d) Demonstrative

111. Give an antonym for ABROGATE
(a) Enact
(b) Entice
(c) Disinfect
(d) Tamish

112. Give the meaning of ADEPT
(a) Skillful
(b) Perspective
(c) Wealthy
(d) Animate

113. Give the meaning of DIFFIDENCE
(a) Discourage
(b) Humility
(c) Harmful
(d) Defection

114. Give the meaning of ENIGMATIC
(a) Perplexing
(b) Weak
(c) Dynamic
(d) Heavenly

115. Give the meaning of MITIGATE
(a) Ease
(b) Imperfect
(c) Cruel
(d) Damaged

116. Were I you A/1 should have not B/ allowed him to stay in hostel. C/ No error D.
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

117. With a liberalized duty structure A/ and the government’s stand at allowing multinationals B to set up shop directlyB / imported parts are now freely available C / No error D.
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

118. Many of the authorsA / of this book are members of a national support group and have B/ participated in several conference C / No error D.
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

119. It is not feasible but A / in many ways desirable also that an organisation should run its B / own courses for developing employees C / No error D.
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

120. Having said this A / let us hasten to add that we are B / not against social mixing C/ No error D.
(a) A
(b) B
(c) C
(d) D

121. I am tired ——–this work.
(a) with
(b) of
(c) by
(d) none of these

You must apply —–judge for pardon.
(a) to
(b) with
(c) upon
(d) none of these

123. I tried but could not prevail—— him
(a) on
(b) to
(c) for
(d) with

124. I must dispense — your services.
(a) of
(b) with
(c) in
(d) none of these

125. He meditates — past life.
(a) upon
(b) in
(c) for
(d) none of these

The English poet RichardCrashaw has long been considered an eccentric minor figure among the early seventeenth-century poets whom Dr. Johnson first characterized as Metaphysical”. In examining the poetry of those turbulent times, it is easy to understand why Donne and Herbert receive the greater share of traditional scholarship’s attention. Issuing from an era when the cause of Protestantism in England became so radical that it led to the execution of King Charles I, an extended civil war, and the several Interregnum under Oliver Cromwell, the seemingly uncomplicated devotional character of Herbert’s poetry and of Donne’s sermons and later sonnets lent the times an almost placid historical gloss. The intellectual inventiveness and lyric beauty of Donne and Herbert serve, as they did at the time of their writing, to convey a settled sense of orthodoxy to those most interested in finding it.
Crashaw’s poetry, by contrast, seems tortured— either embarrassingly unaware of itself or actively subversive. Certainly by the standards of his day, Crashaw was a heretic. In an era when even the Anglican church was thought by many to retain too many trappings of the decadent Roman Catholic tradition, Crashaw broke with his society and his ardently Protestant father by converting to Roman Catholicism, a choice that forced him to live much of his life penniless in exile. The conflicts in which Crashaw was enmeshed manifest themselves in his poetry, which abounds with images that strike a contemporary sensibility as violent, strange, and in some cases bordering on pornographic. The energy expended by traditional scholarship to laud these strange moments as mystical, or else excuse them as manifestations of Crashaw’s excessive love for rhetorical inventiveness, seems to reflect not merely a failure of interpretation, but an active determination not to interpret the poems in ways that disturb traditional views of the period but nevertheless seem patently obvious.
This failure of traditional readings of the so called Metaphysical poets is not unique to Crashaw’s work. Donne’s early poetry reflects worldliness and flirtatiousness that seems all the more surprising in light of the graceful piety of his later work. Herbert’s famous image of being bound by the shackle of his faith cannot be obliterated by rhetoric and rationalization, no matter how dexterous. The tension played out in these poems is internal and intellectual, but at the time of their writing it was also profoundly political. How the human faculty of reason, an emergent interest in Renaissance England, can mediate in the traditional conflict between desire and Christian orthodoxy, and whether it can possibly tame both. It is in Crashaw’s work that this tension is tuned to its highest—some might say most hysterical—pitch, and it is in critical interpretations of his work that we most distinctly see the failure of traditional scholarship to comprehend the era in which he wrote.

126. The passage suggests that the author would be most likely to agree with which one of the following statements?
(a) Traditional readings of much English poetry of the early seventeenth century overemphasize its orthodox devotional character while neglecting the tension and turmoil it reflects.
(b) Seventeenth-century poetry is noteworthy more for its intellectual inventiveness that it is for its lyric beauty.
(c) Seventeenth-century poets such as Donne and Herbert are worthy of study because they were able to provide a placid historical gloss of the turbulent times in which they wrote.
(d) The tortured quality of Crashaw’s poetry and the surprise contemporary readers may feel in encountering some of his imageiy were intended by Crashaw to express his mystical beliefs.

127. The author suggests that the poetry of Richard Crashaw.
(a) is superior to the poetry of Donne and Herbert.
(b) reflects an obsession with the strictures of Christian orthodoxy.
(c) was intended to convey heretical beliefs.
(d) has been routinely misinterpreted by traditional scholars.

128. According to the author, traditional scholarship fails to comprehend that the poetry of early seventeenth century England.
(a) is in part a reflection of the era in which it was written.
(b) represents a radical departure from earlier English poetry.
(c) reflects a serious interest in reason as well as Christian orthodoxy.
(d) is noteworthy only because of the work of Richard Crashaw.

129. Which one of the following most accurately describes the organization of the passage?
(a) Description of a particular scholarly shortcoming; discussion of possible courses of action that could be taken to remedy that shortcoming; extension of these courses of action to other similar cases; assertion that these courses of action are unlikely to be taken seriously.
(b) Description of a particular historical era and scholarly treatment of some literature of that era; discussion of the inadequacy of that scholarly treatment in one particular case; assertion that the inadequacy is not limited to that case; explanation of the reason for and the meaning of this inadequacy.
(c) Description of a historical era and scholarly interpretations of it; discussion of the ways in which this interpretation neglect and key development of the era; illustration of the consequences of this neglect in a particular case; explanation of the ways scholarly errors undercut all cases of this kind.
(d) Summary of the conventional view of a controversial time; discussion of new view that contradicts the conventional view; application of the new view to a particularly troublesome instance during the time in question; rejection of the conventional view in favour of the new view.

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130. It can be inferred from the passage that the author interprets Herbert’s famous image to indicate
(a) that Herbert’s attitude towards Christian orthodoxy is not as simple as it is interpreted to be in traditional readings.
(b) that Herbert’s poetry contains a veiled critique of the increasing Protestant radicalism of his time.
(c) that Herbert’s desire to employ the human faculty of reason is constrained by Christian orthodoxy.
(d) that the turmoil of Herbert’s times led him to employ inventive rhetoric that undermines the stated purpose of his poetry.

131. Shyam’s house, his office and his gym are all equidistant from each other. The distance between 2 of them is 4 km. Shyam starts walking from his gym in a direction parallel to the road connecting his office and his house and stops when he reaches a point directly east of his office. He then reverses direction and walks till he reaches a point directly south of the office. The total distance walked by Shyam is?
(a) 6 km
(b) 9 km
(c) 16 km
(d) 12 km

A Shopkeeper is preparing gift boxes of mithai. Each box will contain exactly two kinds of pedhas to be selected from F, G, H and exactly three kinds of rasgollas to be selected from P, Q, R, S and T with the following restrictions.
I. G cannot be in the same box as T
II. P cannot be in the same box as S
III. Q cannot be in the same box as T

132. If G is included in box, which of the following is a kind of mithai that must also be included?
(a) F
(b) H
(c) P
(d) Q

133. If H is not included in a particular box, any of the following kinds of mithais can be included except
(a) P
(b) Q
(c) R
(d) T

134. Statements:
1. Communism adopted violent methods for changing the existing order.
2. It overthrew imperialism with the help of non violence.
3. Communists are anti-imperialists.
Conclusion: India is not a communist country:
(a) Only 1 and 2
(b) Only 2 and 3
(c) Only 2 and 3
(d) Data insufficient

135. Statement:
1. Price rise is a natural phenomenon.
2. If production increases price falls
3. High prices affect the poor.
Conclusion: If production rises the poor feel relieved:
(a) Only 1 and 2
(b) Only 1 and 3
(c) Only 2 and 3
(d) Data insufficient

136. Communal electorates were created by the Act of
(a) 1935
(b) 1909
(c) 1919
(d) 1861

137. The tenure of the Council of Ministers is:
(a) Co-terminus with the Lok Sabha
(b) Uncertain
(c) Five years
(d) Fixed and co-terminus with the President

138. Which one of the following can amend Fundamental Rights?
(a) Parliament
(b) Lok Sabha
(c) Supreme Court
(d) President

139. The present Income Tax Act was enacted during:
(a) 1992
(b) 1961
(c) 1984
(d) 1991

140. The Supreme Court of India has been granted power of Judicial Review, a feature which was borrowed from the Constitution of:
(a) Britain
(b) U.S.A.
(c) Switzerland
(d) France

141. A master is liable for the wrongs committed by his servants. It is called:
(a) joint liability
(b) vicarious liability
(c) concurrent liability
(d) civil liability

142. Self Defence
(a) is a private remedy
(b) is a judicial remedy
(c) is available as defence only in civil law
(d) is available in both torts and crimes

143. Slander is ——-
(a) a crime
(b) a tort
(c) a breach of contract
(d) a breach of trust

144. Muslim marriage is a
(a) Sacrament
(b) Civil Contract
(c) Divine Commandment
(d) None of the above

145. Registration of marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is:
(a) compulsory
(b) optional
(c) subject to the discretion of the marriage registrar
(d) none of the above

146. In Law of Torts, always unliquidated damages are awarded. The meaning of unliquidated is
(a) Not ascertainable
(b) Approximately arrived at
(c) penal and exemplary
(d) Both (a) and (b) above

147. There are four stages in the commission of a crime: intention, preparation, attempt and commission. The attempt to commit a crime is
(a) punishable
(b) not punishable
(c) not ordinarily punishable
(d) none of the above

148. are those offences which are punishable with imprisonment for two years or less. These offences can be compromised between the parties
(a) Compoundable offences
(b) Non-compoundable offences
(c) Bailable offences
(d) Non-cognizable offences

149. In the matter of liquidated damages
(a) The plaintiff is entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation for the loss suffered
(b) The plaintiff is not entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation for the loss suffered
(c) The plaintiff is entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation by proving the exact loss suffered
(d) The plaintiff is entitled to recover the agreed amount of compensation without having to prove the exact loss suffered

150. A party who suffers loss as a result of breach of contract can, in the usual course, claim
(a) Ordinary damages
(b) Exemplary damages
(c) Special damages
(d) Penal damages

151. A person enjoying the benefit of non-gratuitous act
(a) Is under an obligation to make compensation for this benefit
(b) May make compensation at his option
(c) Has no obligation towards any one
(d) Has no remedy available against him

152. “Exemplary Damages” is related to
(a) Damages awarded to set an example
(b) Damages for loss arising in special circumstances
(c) Damages fixed by the court in ordinary circumstances
(d) None of the above

153. The office of profit does not mean
(a) The office of a contractor
(b) The office of a Minister
(c) The office of a private teacher
(d) AH of the above

154. In what proportion the members of the Rajya Sabha retire:
(a) All the members retire after 6 years
(b) Half of the members retire every three years
(c) One-third members retire every two years
(d) One-sixth members retire every year

155. Who is authorised to decide over a dispute regarding disqualification of a member of Parliament?
(a) The Election Commissioner
(b) The Speaker of the Lok Sabha
(c) The President of India
(d) A Committee specially set up by the Parliament for this purpose

156. Defamation by means of writing, print etc. is legally called
(a) Liable
(b) Libel
(c) Liber
(d) Lex Scripta

157. Which of the following examines recom¬mendations of Planning Commission?
(a) Finance Commission
(b) Parliament
(c) Cabinet
(d) National Development Council

158. Precedent means
(a) Repealed Law
(b) Succeeding Law
(c) Present or current Law
(d) Case Law on similar fact decided by court previously

159. If a person innocently abducts a girl aged 16 in the belief that she was above 18, is he criminally liable?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Circumstantial
(d) None of the above

160. Examine the following statements:
I. Liberty is absolute
II. Liberty is defined by a circumference of law
(a) Both I & II are true
(b) Only I is true
(c) Only II is true
(d) Both statements are false

161. In law, a man is presumed to be dead if he is not heard of as alive for
(a) 5 years
(b) 7 years
(c) 9 years
(d) 10 years

162. Sexual intercourse with a girl under—— is rape even if she had given her consent.
(a) 15 years
(b) 16 years
(c) 17 years
(d) 18 years

163. Consider the following statements:
(a) Both I & II are false
(b) I is true, II is false
(c) I is false, II is true
(d) Both I & II are true

164. Who is the author of the work “The Devil’s Dictionary”?
(a) Ambrose Bierce
(b) William Shakespeare
(c) J. Harman
(d) William Congreve

165. The National Anthem was adopted by Constituent Assembly on
(a) 27 December, 1911
(b) 27 December, 1949
(c) 24 January, 1950
(d) 26 January, 1950

. ‘The Family Court Act’ was passed in the year
(a) 1980
(b) 1984
(c) 1986
(d) 1992

Who is responsible for introduction of Public Interest Litigation in India?
(a) Justice P.N. Bhagwati
(b) Justice M.N. Venkatachaliah
(c) Justice A.M. Ahmadi
(d) Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer

“Law and sense are not the same thing”. This was said by:
(a) M.K. Gandhi
(b) J.L. Nehru
(c) Jinnah
(d) M.N. Venkatachalliah

169. “Law is an ass” was said by
(a) Marx
(b) Charles Dickens
(c) Locke
(d) Abraham Lincoln

170. Who is the Chairman of India’s First National Forest Commission
(a) Justice A.M. Ahmadi
(b) Justice A.S. Anand
(c) Justice M.M. Punchi
(d) Justice B.N. Kirpal

171. Principle: A person can call police on 100 on emergency regarding information for immediate knowledge of police.
Factual Situation: Ashok running short of item to board on Air India light from Delhi to London, he made a call on 100 that there was a bomb in the flight for making delay in departure of flight. Instead the police nabbed Ashok within two minutes and Ashok instead of going to London was sent to Tihar jail. Is there any remedy for him.
(a) Ashok can be released by court because he had an important meeting at London.
(b) Ashok cannot be released and will be punished with heavy fine.
(c) Ashok has to be compensated by police because every one can call on 100.
(d) Ashok can stay in custody for one day only.

172. Legal Principle: A confession made in the court should be free and voluntary. A confession made under pressure is a weak type of evidence.
Factual Situation: Rahul and Amit are good students. They are room partners. Amit becomes friendly with Sumit who is a drug addict. Amit also starts consuming drugs. One day Amit does not have money to buy drugs. He steals an imported watch of Rahul. Rahul complains to the police. Amit is arrested. In the lock up, the police tells Amit that if he confesses he may be released. Amit confesses in the court.
(a) Amit is likely to be punished because he confessed in the court and told the truth.
(b) Amit cannot be punished because he confessed underthe influence ofthe police
(c) Amit cannot be punished because no one had seen him stealing Rahul’s Watch.
(d) None of the above

173. Double jeopardy is
(a) a two edged weapon
(b) a dilemma
(c) a confusing expression
(d) second prosecution after the first trial for the same offence

174. Conspiracy is
(a) absconding from the police
(b) secret plan to commit a crime
(c) disobeying the criminal process
(d) wilful deceiving of the fact

175. Which is correct for the purpose of criminal deception
(a) dishonest concealment of facts
(b) dishonestly receiving of property
(c) making damage by an act
(d) intentionally giving consent

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