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Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given beloe it certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. As the Indian parliament completes 60 years , it is time not for noisy celebration but for serious introspection. That India remained a parliamentary democracy while some of its South Asian neighbors went through military coups or violent upheavals can only be a small consolation to its people. Stability is of no great value in itself. After 60 years, the question to ask is whether the debates in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha have adequately reflected the will of the people, whether the law-making powers of Parliament have contributed to the creation of a freer, fairer and more just society. Evidently the score sheet shows mixed results on these counts. Meaningful debates over marathon sessions have been few and far between in the last six decades. In contrast, disruptions and slogan-shouting over any member of frivolous issues have been frequent. Too often a boisterous few have held the whole of Parliament hostage. A case in point is the Women's Reservation Bill over several years a small section of the two Houses has been able to physically stall the bill, which on paper enjoys the support of the overwhelming majority of MPs. Forcing adjournment of the proceedings through high-decibel interventions and demonstrations is a common enough occurrence in the Lok Sabha as well as the Rajya Sabha. Not surprisingly, the impetus for progressine change in the last few decades has often come from the eider civil society with Parliament shown up as reactive and passive. Also, after 60 years and 15 national general elections India's Parliament is nowhere close to being truly representative. Thanks to seats reserved for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and the political mobilization of the backward classes on the basis of reservation benefits, members are now frown from different social strata. But women and Muslims are underrepresented and the rich continue to dominate India's law-making bodies. With the cost of entering parliament in Increasing numbers alongside leaders of trade unions. This no doubt slews the debates typo. Since the adoption of the Constitution India has moved decisively towards a multi-party system with leas such as the one to prevent defection restricting inner-party dissent even while curbing horse-trading. Thus power is still concentrated in the hands of a few with the role of the public limited to voting in governments every five years or so. India's people need to be an active part of the political process before they can be the agents of change and the masters of their own destiny. Six decades on the task of shaping a truly representative Parliament must be taken up in earnest.
Which of the following recommendations has the author given to people in ordrr to make their own destiny?
A. They should encourage people from backward classes to come forward B. They should become actively in the political process C. They should get involved in social welfare activities
D. They should have firm belief in the present political system
A. Aims B. Discipline C. Wish
Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each such that they are equidistant from each other in row (I): Z,X,Y,W,V and U are seated and all of them are facing East in row (II): L,M,N,O,P and Q are seated and all of them are facing west. Therefore in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row W sits third to the right of X. Either W or F sits at an extreme end of the line. The one who faces F sits second to the right of E. Two people sit between M and Q. Neither M nor Q sits at an ectreme end of the line. The immediate neighbour of M faces the person who sits Study the following information carefully to answer they given question : third to the left of Z. Y and V are immediate neighbours N sits second to the left of L. V does not face the immediate neighbour of O. Who amongst the following sit at the extreme ends of the rows ?
A. XN B. OU C. OQ
Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
A. C B. B C. A
Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
A. A B. D C. E
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