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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 10) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in-each case.
The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(1).  1) news 2) awareness 3) accidents 4) events

A.    news B.    awareness
C.    accidents D.    events
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2 .

The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(2).  1) usual 2) basic 3) horrifying 4) devastating

A.    usual B.    basic
C.    horrifying D.    devastating
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(3).  1) case 2) petition 3) judgement 4) litigation

A.    case B.    petition
C.    judgement D.    litigation
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(4).  1) continue 2) reflect 3) seems 4) try

A.    continue B.    reflect
C.    seems D.    try
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(5).  1) Harassed 2) Amused 3) Bewildered 4) Perturbed

A.    Harassed B.    Amused
C.    Bewildered D.    Perturbed
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(6).  1) further 2) inside 3) around 4) against

A.    further B.    inside
C.    around D.    against
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(7).  1) length 2) extent 3) ground 4) point

A.    length B.    extent
C.    ground D.    point
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(8).  1) absorbed 2) divulged 3) involved 4) convinced

A.    absorbed B.    divulged
C.    involved D.    convinced
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(9).  1) negative 2) callous 3) gruesome 4) deadly

A.    negative B.    callous
C.    gruesome D.    deadly
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The global (1) of the past week have pushed starvation deaths and the scandal of 60 million tonnes of food stocks from the headlines; but the (2) problems remain and, going by the most recent (3) in the Supreme Court on a public interest litigation relating to food, many State Governments (4) to be unconcerned about their failure to utilise grain allotted to them under a number of Central Government programmes. (5)  over the lack of action by the States in identifying the beneficiaries for the Antyodaya scheme, the Court has now gone a step (6) and asked for a report on implementation of nine Central Government programmes and, more important, it has  asked the States to lift their entire allotments under the foodfor- work programmes — both directions to be met within three weeks. The (7) to which the Supreme Court has got (8) in micro-management of food distribution may not be fully justified; but that the Court has had to go into such detail shows how (9) the Government — and this must include the Centre - has been in an issue that involves (10) of life.

(10).  1) chain 2) generation 3) sustenance 4) progress

A.    chain B.    generation
C.    sustenance D.    progress
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