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Solution Q29-31
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  2. Bhagyashree Ghosh English Geek UPSC Prelims 2017 Qualified 99.3%tile in MAT 2014, 95%tile in CAT 2014 Hobbies: Read, Write, Teach .Follow link: Https://

  3. (Q29-31) Four of the five given sentences, when ordered in a logical manner, form a coherent paragraph. Find the contextually odd sentence

  4. Q29 A) Even the enormous, impregnable stupidity of our High Command on all matters of psychology was penetrated by a vague notion that a few "writing fellows" might be sent out with permission to follow the armies in the field, under the strictest censorship, in order to silence the popular clamor for more news. B) We want to know more about their heroism, so that it shall be remembered by their people and known by the world. C) Lord Kitchener, prejudiced against them, was being broken down a little by the pressure of public opinion, which demanded more news of their men in the field than was given by bald communiqu s D) Dimly and nervously they apprehended that in order to stimulate the recruiting of the New Army now being called to the colors by vulgar appeals to sentiment and passion, it might be well to "write up" the glorious side of war as it could be seen at the base and in the organization of transport, without, of course, any allusion to dead or dying men, to the ghastly failures of distinguished generals, or to the filth and horror of the battlefields E) In 1915 the War Office at last moved in the matter of war correspondents.

  5. Q30 (a) I have nothing to offer but blood, sweat and tears, said Winston Churchill. (b) I know nothing but the fact of my ignorance, said Socrates (c) A single step for man, a giant leap for mankind opined Neil Armstrong. (d) Just as I would not like to be a slave, so I would not like to be a master said Abraham Lincoln (e) Martin Luther King Jr. said that Americans will overcome oppression and will establish the rule of justice

  6. Solution of Q29- (b) is the odd sentence Solution of Q30- (e) is the odd sentence

  7. 031 At the turn of the last century, a large section of the scientific community had hailed the new millennium as the 'Age of Biology' B. From perfecting techniques to produce leafy greens without soil to treating migraine in microgravity, new research breakthroughs are announced almost every day C. After 15 years into the 21st century, it appears biologists, of all shades and sizes, are on course to live up to the tag D. science we are danding of urselves

  8. Solution: (d) is the odd Sentence

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