BPSC AE: Non-Tech: Quiz 6
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P. The woman, wearing a check shirt, light blue scarf and carrying a stick, seen in the purported videos of the violence, has been identified as a student of Zenith University.
Q. After News TV's sting operation exposed the masked woman seen in one of the viral videos of the violence which was unleashed inside the Zenith University campus.
R. She will be soon served notice to join the investigation.
S. The woman will be soon served a notice to join the Police probe into the violence at ZU, news agency reported on Monday.
P- The Himalayan forests, particularly, Garhwal Himalayas have been burning regularly during the last few summers, with colossal loss of vegetation cover of that region.
Q - They pose a threat not only to the forest wealth but also to the entire regime to fauna and flora seriously disturbing the bio-diversity and the ecology and environment of a region.
R- The most common hazard in forests is forests fires, they are as old as the forests themselves.
S- During summer, when there is no rain for months, the forests become littered with dry senescent leaves and twinges, which could burst into flames ignited by the slightest spark.
P. Some bacteria have an extra circle of genetic material called a plasmid that often contains genes that give the bacterium some advantage over other bacteria.
Q. For example, it may contain a gene that makes the bacterium resistant to a certain antibiotic.
R. Instead, their control center containing the genetic information is contained in a single loop of DNA.
S. Bacteria are single-celled microbes, their cell structure is simpler than that of other organisms as there is no nucleus or membrane-bound organelles.
P- He was the most valued person of the country as his contribution as a scientist and as a president is beyond compare.
Q - APJ Abdul Kalam is a famous name in the whole world, he becomes the 11th president of India and served his country.
R - Apart from that, his contribution to the ISRO is remarkable. He headed many projects that contributed to the society. Also, he was the one who helped in the development of Agni and Prithvi missiles.
S- For his involvement in the Nuclear power in India, he was known as “Missile Man of India”. And due to his contribution to the country, the government awarded him with the highest civilian award.
P- Terrorism is a cowardly act by the terrorist groups who wish to disturb the peace of the country.
Q- Time to time, they carry out terrorist acts to remind people of the fear they want them to live in.
R- There are roughly 100 terrorist cells that are operating in India and to an extent successfully created an atmosphere of tension among the citizens.
S- It aims to create a state of panic among the people as they want to keep the people in a constant state of fear to stop the country from prospering.
P- Musharraf had recorded a video message from his hospital bed in which he said he was ready to record his statement in the case.
Q- Musharraf, who is currently in Dubai, is facing treason charges for suspending the Constitution and imposing emergency rule in 2007, a punishable offence for which he was indicted in 2014.
R- A three-member bench of the special court, headed by Peshawar High Court Chief Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth, handed Musharraf, 76, death sentence in the long-drawn high treason case against Pervez Musharraf.
S- The 76-year-old former Pakistan Army chief had left for Dubai for medical treatment and has not returned since, citing security and health reasons.
P- The year 2019 was the driest and hottest on record in Australia.
Q- A catastrophic bushfire season, that began months before usual, has left over 25 people dead, and has burned over 1.5 crore acres of land, killing an estimated 100 crore animals.
R- Australia began a five-day cull of up to 10,000 camels, using sniper fire from helicopters.
S- The exercise is taking place in APY Lands in South Australia state, where the animals will be killed according to the “highest standards of animal welfare”, authorities said.
A) In a small town in England, there lived a poor little girl.
B) She was very excited but her right shoe was worn out.
C) So, she went to a cobbler to get it mended.
D) Her friend invited her to come to her birthday party.
A) One fine morning, a hunter was getting ready to go hunting.
B) He pulled the blanket over the sleeping child.
C) As he did so, he thought the blanket was not warm enough.
D) Before departing, he went to see his little baby who was sleeping in a crib.
Given below are four jumbled sentences. Pick the option that gives their correct order.
A) As soon as she was given the slippers, she broke into a dance strutting around in her first ever pair of slippers.
B) This story may seem strange but it is a fact that, in many villages of India, people don’t have anything to put on their feet.
C) Goonj, a leading NGO of India, runs a Cloth for Work Scheme and gives clothes and useful items in exchange for work done.
D) Recently, as part of the scheme, an old lady in a Madhya Pradesh village was given a pair of slippers.
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