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 "When ambition ends, happiness begins." - (Proverb)
1 . DIRECTIONS (Qs. 1 - 10) : Arrange the sentences, A, B, C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences 1 and 6.

$Q.$ 1. The list of horrors goes on.

A. And one in every five is malnourished.

B. This is because local clinics, ill-equipped to deal with even small things, either don’t work or simply don’t exist.

C. Nobody has been able to figure out a way to reduce the speed that is at the root of India’s overpopulation problems: a baby born every second.

D. There is such an acute shortage of treatment centers that premier hospitals are choked with patients who show up to treat their coughs and colds.

6. Kalyan Banerjee, a consultant at the hospital is worried
2 . 1. It was something I knew that it would give me a chance to be my own boss.

A. I could have more except that supervision becomes difficult.

B. Today I have 800 on my staff, office and members.

C. The moment I announced I was starting a business, people started contacting me.

D. I was sick of working for others.

6. Our clients are well-known industrialists and organizations, many of whom were in touch with me when I was in the services
3 . 1. Fire ripped through another pipeline in southern Nigeria, killing at lease 40 people.

A. The explosion was the third in two weeks.

B. Police were deployed to stop villagers from stealing fuel from other pipelines.

C. Local politicians have blamed this vandalism on cartels.

D. Once the cartels have siphoned off fuel, impoverished locals move in to collect what they can for sale to passing motorists.

6. But pipelines often explode, and the practice has left about 2000 people dead in the past two years.
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4 . 1. Since its birth, rock has produced a long string of guitar heroes

A. It is a list that would begin with Chuck Berry, continue on through Hendrix, page and Clapton.

B. These are musicians celebrated for their sheer instrumental talent, and their flair for expansive, showy and sometimes self-indulgent solos.

C. It would also include players of more recent vintage, like Van Halen and Living Colour’s Vernon Reid.

D. But with the advent of alternative rock and grunge, guitar heroism became uncool.

6. Guitarists like Peter Buck and Kurt Cobain shy away from exhibitionism
5 . 1. For many scientists, oceans are the cradle of life

A. But all over the world, chemical products and nuclear waste continue to be dumped into them.

B. Coral reefs, which are known as the most beautiful places of the submarine world, are fast disappearing.

C. The result is that many species of fish die because of this pollution.

D. Of course Man is the main cause of these problems

6. Man has long since ruined the places he goes to --continents and oceans alike
6 . 1. Historically, stained glass was almost entirely reserved for ecclesiastical spaces

A. By all counts, he has accomplished that mission with unmistakable style.

B. “It is my mission to bring it kicking and screaming out of that milieu,” says Clarke.

C. The first was the jewel-like windows he designed for a Cistercian Church in Switzerland

D. Two recent projects show his genius in the separate worlds of the sacred and the mundane.

6. The other was a spectacular, huge skylight in a shopping complex in Brazil
7 . 1. So how big is the potential market?

A. But they end up spending thousands more each year on hardware upgrades and software overhauls.

B. Analysts say the new machines will appeal primarily to corporate users.

C. An individual buyer can pick up a desktop computer for less than \$2000 in America

D. For them, the NC’s best drawing card is its promise of much lower maintainenance costs.

6. NCs, which automatically load the latest version of whatever software they need, could put an end to all that.
8 . 1. Making people laugh is tricky

A. At times, the intended humour may not simply not come off.

B. Making people laugh while trying to sell them something is a tougher challenge, since the commercial can fall flat on two grounds.

C. There are many advertisements which do amuse but do not even begin to set the cash thrills ringing

D. Again, it is rarely sufficient for an advertiser simply to amuse the target audience in order to reap the sales benefit.

6. There are indications that in substituting the hard sell for more entertaining approach, some agencies have rather thrown out the baby with the bath water.
9 . 1. Buddhism is a way to salvation.

A. But Buddhism is more severely analytical.

B. In the Christian tradition there is also a concern for the fate of human society conceived as a whole, rather than merely as a sum or network of individuals

C. Salvation is a property, or achievement of individuals

D. Not only does it dissolve society into individuals, the individual in turn is dissolved into component parts and instants, a stream of events

6. In modern terminology, Buddhist doctrine is reductionist
10 . 1. The problem of improving Indian agriculture is both a sociological and an administrative one.

A. It also appears that there is a direct relationship between the size of a state and development.

B. The issues of Indian development, and the problems of India’s agricultural sector, will remain with us long into the next century.

C. Without improving Indian agriculture, no liberalisation and delicensing will be able to help India.

D. At the end of the day, there has to be a ferment and movement of life and action in the vast segment of rural India.

6. When it starts marching, India will fly
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