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1. According to India Development Update 2016,how many percentage India's economic growth to be expected in 2016-2017?



Explanation:

According to India Development Update 2016,It expects India's economic growth to be at 7.6 percent in 2016-2017, followed by a modest acceleration to 7.7 percent in 2017-2018.


If citizens can not have the right to commit suicide, they cannot be allowed to stay in an atmosphere full of smoke because that might cause certain chronic disease leading to their unnatural death. Thus, there should be a complete ban on smoking in all the public places across the country. The recent Supreme Court order banning smoking in public places is not restricted to a few metropolitan towns; it must be enforced in all the villages and cities. The three-page order contains certain statements of facts. ?Fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21, of the Constitution provides that none shall be deprived of his life without due process law. Than why a non-smoker should be afflicted by various diseases including lung cancer or of heart only because he is required to go to public places?? Some time back when the court ruled that suicide was unconstitutional and illegal, it had referred to Article 21, which says that State alone has the right to deprive a citizen of his life, but with due process of law. Thus inhaling of smoke by passive smokers has been equated with commission of suicide, an act prohibited under law. But when a person who makes an unsuccessful attempt to commit is liable to face criminal prosecution which man end in his conviction, a passive smoker, however, is immune from any penal action. If one is made to inhale smoke for no fault of his and also against his wishes, the perpetrator of offence of smoking gets away with a nominal fine for such a grave offence that costs the exchequer Rs. 13,500 crore annually in terms of loss of productivity. According to WHO report, smoking may kill seven million people annually. During the last half century, smoking killed more than 10 million people in the developing countries alone. The court also felt that the persons not indulging in smoking cannot be compelled to or subjected to passive smoking on account of acts of the smokers. The ban on smoking order is judicial intervention, and not an activism.

2. Perpetrator





3. SBI will reduce the face-value (1) / 1 rupee from 10 rupees (2)/ of each equity share to (3) / now, it said in a regulatory filing (4)





4. Besides the items ____________ from the cupboard, documents were _____ all over the floor





5. The number of tickets of Movie B sold in Hyderabad was approximately what percentage of the total number of tickets of the same movie sold in all the cities together?



Explanation:

Required Percentage = (34x100)/(15+19+24+21+34+27) =3400/140 = 24% (approx)


6. Everyone was _________ by surprise when she _________ her plan to marry that boy.





7. The Union Cabinet under Chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved mega auction of all available spectrum (more than 2300 Megahertz) across how many bands?



Explanation:

The Union Cabinet has approved mega auction of all available spectrum (more than 2300 Megahertz) across the seven bands.


8. The marked price of a radio is 30% more than its cost price. If a discount of 10% is given on the marked price, find the gain percent.



Explanation:

Let the C.P = 100 Rs. M.P = 30% more than 100. M.P = 130 Rs. He gives discount of 10%, S.P = 130 - 13 = 117 Rs Profit 17 Rs. => Profit percentage = 17%


9. How many words can be formed with or without meaning by taking all the letters from the word TAKEN ?



Explanation:

There are totally 4 letters in the word TAKEN T, A, K, E and N. No. Of Words = 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 120


10. The process of starting the computer and loading of operating system programs for execution is known as





11. The Government of India has announced a new CNG retrofitment scheme for the two-wheelers in which city?



Explanation:

The Government of India has announced a new CNG retrofitment scheme for the two-wheelers in Delhi 23 June 2016 .


12. Ambition is one of those ___________ which are _______ satisfied





For years now, George W. Bush has told Americans that he would increase the number of troops in Iraq only if, the commanders on the ground asked him to do so. It was not a throw away live. Bush said it from the very first days of the war, when he and pentagon boss Donald Rumsfeld were criticized for going to war with too few troops. He said it right up until last summer, stressing at a news conference in Chicago that Iraq commander General George Casey will make the decisions as to how many troops we have there. Seasoned military people suspected that the line was a dodge that the civilians who ran the pentagon were testing their personal theory that war can be fought on the cheap and the brass simply knew better than to ask for more in any case the president repeated the mantra to dismiss any suggestion that the war was going badly. Who, after all, knew better than the generals on the ground? Now as the war nears the end of its fourth year and the number of Americans killed has surpassed 3,000 Bush has dropped the generals know best line sometime next week the president is expected to propose a surge in the number of 45 forces in Iraq for a period of up to two years. A senior official said reinforcements numbering about 20,000 troops and may be more could be in place within months; the surge would be achieved by extending the stay of some forces already in Iraq and accelerating the deployment of others. The irony is that while the generals would have liked more troops in the past, they are cool to the idea of spending more now that’s in past because the politicians and commanders had trouble agreeing on what the goal of a surge would further erode the readiness of the US’s already stressed ground forces and even those who back a surge are under no illusions about what it would mean to the casualty rate. If you put more American troops on the front line said a white house official, you’re going to have more casualties. Coming from Bush, a man known for bold strokes the surge is a strange half-measure- too large for the political climate at house too small to crush the insurgency in Iraq and surely three years too late Bush has waved off a bipartisan rescue mission out of pride stubbornness or ideology or same combination of the three, Rather than reversing course, as all the wise elders of the Iraq study group advised, the commander in chief is betting that more troops will lead the way to what one white house official calls “victory.”

13. George Bush gave an impression to his subjects that his army commanders were given the autonomy to decide-





14. 999 x 99 x 9 = ?



Explanation:

890109


15.





If citizens can not have the right to commit suicide, they cannot be allowed to stay in an atmosphere full of smoke because that might cause certain chronic disease leading to their unnatural death. Thus, there should be a complete ban on smoking in all the public places across the country. The recent Supreme Court order banning smoking in public places is not restricted to a few metropolitan towns; it must be enforced in all the villages and cities. The three-page order contains certain statements of facts. ?Fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21, of the Constitution provides that none shall be deprived of his life without due process law. Than why a non-smoker should be afflicted by various diseases including lung cancer or of heart only because he is required to go to public places?? Some time back when the court ruled that suicide was unconstitutional and illegal, it had referred to Article 21, which says that State alone has the right to deprive a citizen of his life, but with due process of law. Thus inhaling of smoke by passive smokers has been equated with commission of suicide, an act prohibited under law. But when a person who makes an unsuccessful attempt to commit is liable to face criminal prosecution which man end in his conviction, a passive smoker, however, is immune from any penal action. If one is made to inhale smoke for no fault of his and also against his wishes, the perpetrator of offence of smoking gets away with a nominal fine for such a grave offence that costs the exchequer Rs. 13,500 crore annually in terms of loss of productivity. According to WHO report, smoking may kill seven million people annually. During the last half century, smoking killed more than 10 million people in the developing countries alone. The court also felt that the persons not indulging in smoking cannot be compelled to or subjected to passive smoking on account of acts of the smokers. The ban on smoking order is judicial intervention, and not an activism.

16. Opposite meaning of Afflicted





For years now, George W. Bush has told Americans that he would increase the number of troops in Iraq only if, the commanders on the ground asked him to do so. It was not a throw away live. Bush said it from the very first days of the war, when he and pentagon boss Donald Rumsfeld were criticized for going to war with too few troops. He said it right up until last summer, stressing at a news conference in Chicago that Iraq commander General George Casey will make the decisions as to how many troops we have there. Seasoned military people suspected that the line was a dodge that the civilians who ran the pentagon were testing their personal theory that war can be fought on the cheap and the brass simply knew better than to ask for more in any case the president repeated the mantra to dismiss any suggestion that the war was going badly. Who, after all, knew better than the generals on the ground? Now as the war nears the end of its fourth year and the number of Americans killed has surpassed 3,000 Bush has dropped the generals know best line sometime next week the president is expected to propose a surge in the number of 45 forces in Iraq for a period of up to two years. A senior official said reinforcements numbering about 20,000 troops and may be more could be in place within months; the surge would be achieved by extending the stay of some forces already in Iraq and accelerating the deployment of others. The irony is that while the generals would have liked more troops in the past, they are cool to the idea of spending more now that’s in past because the politicians and commanders had trouble agreeing on what the goal of a surge would further erode the readiness of the US’s already stressed ground forces and even those who back a surge are under no illusions about what it would mean to the casualty rate. If you put more American troops on the front line said a white house official, you’re going to have more casualties. Coming from Bush, a man known for bold strokes the surge is a strange half-measure- too large for the political climate at house too small to crush the insurgency in Iraq and surely three years too late Bush has waved off a bipartisan rescue mission out of pride stubbornness or ideology or same combination of the three, Rather than reversing course, as all the wise elders of the Iraq study group advised, the commander in chief is betting that more troops will lead the way to what one white house official calls “victory.”

17. Bush and Rumsfeld had received brick bats for-





18. Find the sum of first 15 odd natural numbers.



Explanation:

Sum of first n odd natural numbers = n2

Sum of first 15 odd natural numbers = 152 = 225


19. where he busied himself (1) / Compelled to abdicate, he (2)/ withdrew to a monastery, (3) / with writing commentaries on the Scriptures (4)





20. Primary memory is used by the __________





21. Which of the following is not an operating system?





22. A CD-RW disk is _______





23. In which city was the total number of tickets of all the five movies together sold the minimum?



Explanation:

Total, Mumbai = 114, Delhi = 110, Kolkata = 113, Chennai = 133, Hyd. = 127 and Lucknow = 123.


24. President Pranab Mukherjee returned 3 bills for reconsideration of which state legislative assembly?



Explanation:

President Pranab Mukherjee in June 2016 returned 3 bills to Manipur Legislative Assembly for reconsideration.


25. Which of the following ministry has approved the setting up of District Level Advisory and Monitoring Committees?



Explanation:

Union Ministry of Urban Development has approved the setting up of District Level Advisory and Monitoring Committees.


26. A shopkeeper sells a T.V set on discount of 10% of print price and gains 25%. If the print price was Rs. 20000, find the cost price.



Explanation:

Discount = 10%, S.P = (90/100) x 20000 = 18000 Gain = 25%, C.P = (100/125) x 18000 = 14400


27. The Pentium processor contains ______





28. The Union Cabinet has approved proposal of extending the deadline for implementing the UDAY scheme to which year?



Explanation:

The Union Cabinet has approved proposal of extending the deadline for implementing the Ujjwal Discom Assurance Yojana (UDAY) by a year to March 31, 2017.




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