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  • 1. 
    Responding to the worsening famine, relief efforts were provided by the United States to assist by airlifting food from nearby Kenya to remote airfields in the interior of Somalia for distribution, thus bypassing congested ports and reducing the need to send out convoys.
    • A. 

      Responding to the worsening famine, relief was provided by the United States by airlifting food from nearby Kenya to remote airfields in the interior of Somalia for distribution, and bypassing congested ports and reducing the need to send out convoys

    • B. 

      Responding to the worsening famine, the United States provided relief by airlifting food from nearby Kenya to remote airfields in the interior of Somalia for distribution, and bypassing congested ports and reducing the need to send out convoys

    • C. 

      Responding to the worsening famine, the United States provided relief by airlifting food from nearby Kenya to remote airfields in the interior of Somalia for distribution, bypassing congested ports and reducing the need to send out convoys

    • D. 

      Responding to the worsening famine, the United States decided to provide relief by airlifting food from nearby Kenya to remote airfields in the interior of Somalia for distribution, thus bypassing congested ports and reducing the need to send out convoys.

    • E. 

      Responding to the worsening famine, relief provided by the United States to airlift food from nearby Kenya to remote airfields in the interior of Somalia for distribution, thus bypassing congested ports and reducing the need to send out convoys

  • 2. 
    Although the United Nations played an important part in the politics within the country, especially in the delicate negotiations between rival Somali factions, their roles were soon overshadowed by the U.S. military and diplomatic power.   
    • A. 

      their roles were soon overshadowed by the U.S. military and diplomatic power

    • B. 

      its role was soon overshadowed by the U.S. military and diplomatic power.

    • C. 

      The U.S. military and diplomatic power overshadowed them soon

    • D. 

      the U.S. military and diplomatic power overshadowed them soon

    • E. 

      Their roles were overshadowed by the U.S. military and diplomatic power soon

  • 3. 
    Addressing a press conference in Tirupathi, Mr Naidu undertook the bus yatra to Karnataka  without inviting any political party because he was afraid of sharing credit, Mr Chirnjeevi said.  
    • A. 

      Addressing a press conference in Tirupathi, Mr Naidu undertook the bus yatra to Karnataka without inviting any political party because he was afraid of sharing credit, Mr Chirnjeevi said.

    • B. 

      (Addressing a press conference, Mr. Naidu’s bus yatra to Karnataka was undertaken without inviting any political party because Naidu was afraid of sharing credit, Mr Chirnjeevi said

    • C. 

      Addressing a press conference in Tirupathi, the reason why the bus yatra to Karnataka was undertaken without inviting any political party was due to Naidu being afraid of sharing credit, Mr Chirnjeevi said

    • D. 

      Addressing a press conference in Tirupathi, Mr Chirnjeevi said that the bus yatra to Karnataka was undertaken without inviting any political party because Naidu was afraid of sharing credit

    • E. 

      (Addressing a press conference in Tirupathi, Mr Chirnjeevi said that Naidu undertook the bus yatra to Karnataka without inviting any political party because Naidu was afraid of sharing credit

  • 4. 
    The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board on Saturday decided to enhance the salaries of the chief priests under its purview up to Rs 55,000 per month and that of junior archakas to Rs 30,000, while the archakas were sought to withdraw the cases against the TTD
    • A. 

      The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board on Saturday decided to enhance the salaries of the chief priests under its purview up to Rs 55,000 per month and that of junior archakas to Rs 30,000, while the archakas were sought to withdraw the cases against the TTD.

    • B. 

      The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board on Saturday decided to enhance the salaries of the chief priests under its purview up to Rs 55,000 per month and those of junior archakas to Rs 30,000, while the archakas were sought to withdraw the cases against the TTD.

    • C. 

      The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board on Saturday decided to enhance the salaries of the chief priests under its purview up to Rs 55,000 per month, and those of junior archakas to Rs 30,000, while seeking the archakas to withdraw the cases against the TTD.

    • D. 

      The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board on Saturday decided to enhance the salaries of the chief priests under its purview up to Rs 55,000 per month and that of junior archakas to Rs 30,000 while they sought the archakas to withdraw the cases against the TTD.

    • E. 

      The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board on Saturday decided to enhance the salaries of the chief priests under its purview up to Rs 55,000 per month and that of junior archakas to Rs 30,000 while seeking the archakas to withdraw the cases against them.

  • 5. 
    5.     A  study has concluded that the attrition rate in the IT sector,  which had been in single digits until a couple of months ago, has been trending higher lately  and is well into double digits, and posed great problems to IT biggies. 
    • A. 

      Which had been in single digits until a couple of months ago, has been trending higher lately and is well into double digits, and posed great problems to IT biggies

    • B. 

      a rate that was in single digits until a couple of months ago, has been trending higher lately and is well into double digits, posing great problems to IT biggies

    • C. 

      Which was in single digits until a couple of months ago, had been trending higher lately and is well into double digits, and posed great problems to IT biggies

    • D. 

      Which had been in single digits until a couple of months ago, was trending higher lately and is well into double digits, posing great problems to IT biggies

    • E. 

      Which was in single digits until a couple of months ago, trended higher lately and is well into double digits, and posed great problems to IT biggies

  • 6. 
       Among the various factors that foster innovative accomplishments are change that signify disruption of the routine, deviation from the normal and redirection from the past 
    • A. 

      accomplishments are change for the better that signify

    • B. 

      accomplishments are change for the better that signifies

    • C. 

      accomplishments is change for the better that signifies

    • D. 

      accomplishments is change for the better that signify

    • E. 

      accomplishments are change for the better that signify

  • 7. 
     Presently the East African country is focussed on privatization of state-owned enterprises, expansion of democracy and political freedom, and de-escalation of interethnic conflicts and ousting corruption.
    • A. 

      on privatization of state-owned enterprises, expansion of democracy and political freedom, and de-escalation of interethnic conflicts and ousting corruption.

    • B. 

      on privatization of state-owned enterprises, expansion of democracy and political freedom, de-escalation of interethnic conflicts and ouster of corruption.

    • C. 

      on privatization of state-owned enterprises, expansion of democracy and political freedom, and de-escalating interethnic conflicts and on ousting corruption.

    • D. 

      on privatization of state-owned enterprises, on expansion of democracy and political freedom, and de-escalation of interethnic conflicts and on ousting of corruption

    • E. 

      on privatization of state-owned enterprises, expanding democracy and political freedom, and on de-escalation of interethnic conflicts and ousting corruption.

  • 8. 
    India’s improvement in fighting corruption, further resolve of restructuring of domestic industry and success in attracting foreign investment are keys to future growth. 
    • A. 

      India’s improvement in fighting corruption, further resolve of restructuring of domestic industry and success in attracting foreign investment are keys to future growth.

    • B. 

      India’s improvement fighting corruption, further resolve for the restructuring of domestic industry and success in attracting foreign investment are keys to future growth.

    • C. 

      India’s improvement in fighting corruption, further resolve for restructuring domestic industry and success in attracting foreign investment are keys to future growth

    • D. 

      India’s improvement in fighting corruption, further resolve in restructuring of domestic industry and success in attracting foreign investment are keys to future growth.

    • E. 

      India’s improvement in fighting corruption, further resolving in restructuring domestic industry and success in the attraction of foreign investment are keys to future growth.

  • 9. 
    9. The legal system of Kyrgyzstan after acquiring independence from the Soviet bloc includes features not only of the Russian legal system but also the French legal system
    • A. 

      The legal system of Kyrgyzstan after acquiring independence from the Soviet bloc includes features not only of the Russian legal system but also the French legal system

    • B. 

      The legal system of Kyrgyzstan after acquiring independence from the Soviet bloc includes features not only of the Russian legal system but of also the French legal system

    • C. 

      After acquiring independence from the Soviet bloc, the legal system of Kyrgyzstan includes features not only of the Russian legal system but also of the French legal system

    • D. 

      After acquiring independence from the Soviet bloc, the legal system of Kyrgyzstan includes features of not only the Russian legal system but also of the French legal system

    • E. 

      After acquiring independence from the Soviet bloc, the legal system of Kyrgyzstan includes features of not only the Russian legal system but of also the French legal system

  • 10. 
    The current floods in Pakistan were caused by an incessant spell of rains, which, weather scientists have forecast to continue into late next month and which were considered as the worst in the area for nearly a century 
    • A. 

      Pakistan were caused by an incessant spell of rains, which weather scientists have forecast to continue into late next month and which were considered as

    • B. 

      Pakistan have been caused by an incessant spell of rains, a spell that weather scientists have forecast to continue into late next month and they consider

    • C. 

      Pakistan have been caused by an incessant spell of rains, a spell that weather scientists forecast to continue into late next month and that they consider

    • D. 

      Pakistan have been caused by an incessant spell of rains, a spell that weather scientists forecast to continue into late next month and that they consider

    • E. 

      Pakistan have been caused by an incessant spell of rains, a spell that weather scientists forecast to continue into late next month and that is considered