Discussion Zone – 12 September 2017

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  1. ~The last samurai of 2016~

    first

      1. ADK

        GE bhandai basio aba :||

        1. !SAY MY NAME!

          khoi aba k garnu

    1. ครђ

      Geve Mam 🙂

    2. !SAY MY NAME!

      GE mam 🙂

        1. !SAY MY NAME!

          chaina da :/

    3. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

      mam 11 sep daily CA me mistake hai thoda

      India has won 2nd South Asian Basketball, SABA, Under – 16 Championship. India defeated Bhutan by 131-50 in its last league match at Kathmandu in Nepal

        1. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

          ok mam

          1. What is the mistake ?? Not getting

          2. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            Bangladesh finished second and host Nepal third.

            not bangladesh..its bhutan

          3. Acha, nhi
            Not a mistake

            Bangladesh who was the winner of last year version this time finished second after gathering seven points.

            I dont know how it is played. Must be some other criteria of ranking

          4. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            ohhhh ok mam thnkss

    4. PHOENIX

      ge ma’am disqus link pls

  2. DOZENS of countries have (1)______ [termed] equal-opportunity laws and adopted UN resolutions on women’s empowerment. They recognise the moral case for sexual equality and are (2)______ [unaffected] by the economic one: educating and employing women boosts growth and tax revenue. In Latin America, for instance, eliminating sexual inequality in the labour market could boost GDP by 34%—or $2.6tn, according to the McKinsey Global Institute, a think tank. Yet closing gender gaps (3)_____ [persuades] more than non-discrimination policies. Some governments are now (4)______ [focusing] to gender budgeting. What is it and how does it help?

    1)
    A) criticized
    B) passed
    C) transformed
    D) performed
    E) No change required

      1. mini

        hey hw ws ur pre?

        1. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

          mast…wat about urs

          1. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            58
            cutoff low rhenga
            so reslt aane tak hope mat chodo

          2. mini

            okk…me 54 only…

          3. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            ur state?

          4. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            gujarat
            gdluck to u
            vacancy jyada hai wha nd wha k logo k attempts bhi 50 around jyada hai
            so chance hai

          5. mini

            lets hope for d best…n all d bst to u

          6. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            thnkuuuu

          7. mini

            is this ur frst attmp???

          8. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            nope last year also appered
            but failed in mains…5 marks kam pad gye

          9. mini

            same here…mra .25 se rh gya tha mains

          10. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            ohh badluckk
            dnt wryy dis tym u surely get job…
            byee nw m gng for dinner

          11. mini

            okk bye…thnxxx…..n hope so u too get job

          12. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            thnkuu ji

          13. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            lollol

          14. mini

            y lollol????????????

          15. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            u upvote my comment after 2 days

          16. mini

            hehehe…..jst now i saw….well hws ur preparatn goin on!!!!!!!

          17. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            gng well
            2 xam in a row…22 24
            hve u applied for uiic nd rrb asst.
            preparing from 2 yr bt seriously started after last year sbi po xam

          18. mini

            no…uiic ka date bhul gai n rrb asst ki vcncy itni km hoti h n cutoff itna high jata h k mn nhi kia fill krne ka….

          19. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            ohh koi na u bs rrb po mains pe dyan do
            vese r u on hang?

          20. mini

            nooooooo….m so sorry… mjhe isk bre kch pta bhi nhi ye hota kya h?????

          21. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            hahahaa are isme sry kyu
            its okk

          22. mini

            actualy mjhe pta nhi h n ki ye hota kya h??????…mne bht logo ko dkha h ye word use krte

          23. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            fb type chat kr sakte usme
            gmail me hota

          24. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            u koi bhi social site pe nai kya

          25. mini

            ryt now to nhi….fb bhi bnd krk rkha h…

          26. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            hmmm ookokk

          27. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            nd ho sake to gmail me id bana lena fir usme hang se bat krenge
            yaha sb share krna possible nai hota so

          28. mini

            ohh…chlo phr thk h will try

          29. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            yess okokk

          30. mini

            mne ibps po bhi fill kia hai

          31. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            accha hai
            bt uska pre hi bahut hard hota nd cutoff high
            prepare rehna

          32. mini

            hmm…last yr to clr ho gya tha…pr is saal kch pdhai krne ka mn nhi ho rha h….to doubt h mjhe bhi…mra bhi ye 3rd yr h …

          33. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            ohhhhhh last year mera nai hua tha isliye is saal puri jaan laga rha clear krne k liye hahhahahhaa

          34. mini

            ohh…all d bst…mai bhi try kr rhi hu bt ho nhi paa rha mjhse…last yr sre xms clear kr lie the mne pre wle…is br doubt ho rha h mjhe k kch bhi clr nhi hga…

          35. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

            hooooo jayenga reeeee
            hope for best
            daily schedual bana ke preparation kro
            nd st dena daily ek…us se speed increase hogi

          36. mini

            how long have you been preparng for bnk xms?????

  3. DOZENS of countries have (1)______ [termed] equal-opportunity laws and adopted UN resolutions on women’s empowerment. They recognise the moral case for sexual equality and are (2)______ [unaffected] by the economic one: educating and employing women boosts growth and tax revenue. In Latin America, for instance, eliminating sexual inequality in the labour market could boost GDP by 34%—or $2.6tn, according to the McKinsey Global Institute, a think tank. Yet closing gender gaps (3)_____ [persuades] more than non-discrimination policies. Some governments are now (4)______ [focusing] to gender budgeting. What is it and how does it help?

    2)
    A) counsel
    B) stroke
    C) persuaded
    D) repelled
    E) No change required

  4. 3)

    A) requires
    B) unfurls
    C) approves
    D) agrees
    E) No change required

  5. DOZENS of countries have (1)______ [termed] equal-opportunity laws and adopted UN resolutions on women’s empowerment. They recognise the moral case for sexual equality and are (2)______ [unaffected] by the economic one: educating and employing women boosts growth and tax revenue. In Latin America, for instance, eliminating sexual inequality in the labour market could boost GDP by 34%—or $2.6tn, according to the McKinsey Global Institute, a think tank. Yet closing gender gaps (3)_____ [persuades] more than non-discrimination policies. Some governments are now (4)______ [focusing] to gender budgeting. What is it and how does it help?

    4)
    A) advance
    B) performing
    C) turning
    D) points
    E) No change required

      1. ADK

        Laptop ko speaker thik cha?

        1. !SAY MY NAME!

          thikai cha da..pot player ma matai kamti audaicha sound.

  6. Recent ______ suggest that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is on the path to re-establishing its_________ .

    A) crisis, prospect
    B) events, credibility
    C) circumstances, praise
    D) occasion, praise

        1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

          GE SIR /

  7. The national food processing policy draft brought out by the government for public comments, though good in parts, needs a _______ of some of its key _______ to ensure inclusive growth of this sector.

    A) survey, doubts
    B) retrospect, disbelief
    C) review, tenets
    D) policy, terms

  8. The Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (Sebi’s) plan to open the commodity derivatives market to more participants and add new trading products is well advised, even though extreme ______ is _______ while implementing it.

    A) vigilance, diverted
    B) negligence, avaoided
    C) guidance, performed
    D) caution, imperative

    1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

      DDD

  9. Given India’s continuing jobs crisis, the government has increasingly ______ to entrepreneurship and start-ups as a possible way of meeting some of young Indians’ aspirations and employment demand that are not being ______ in the current system.

    A) cornered, carried
    B) expected, recognised
    C) turned, fulfilled
    D) revised, executed

    1. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

      cccc

  10. International Women’s Day on March 8 is meant to celebrate the achievements and contributions of a _______ that has a long history of oppression, and to ________ the importance of gender equality in society.

    A) female, take back
    B) gender, reiterate
    C) woman, nullify
    D) person, mimic

    1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

      nullify —VOID

        1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

          GE MAM 🙂

    2. B) gender, reiterate

      reiterate- say something number of times..typically for emphasis or clarity

  11. The _______ of a letter written by the Indian Banks’ Association requesting the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to relax debt restructuring guidelines is ______ surprising.

    A) benefit, frequently
    B) author, perfectly
    C) timing, hardly
    D) adjustment, very

    1. GujjU KhElAiYaAaA

      ccccc

  12. A recent notification by the ministry of human resource development making the Aadhaar card mandatory for school-going children to _______ the mid-day meals (MDM) served in government schools has justifiably created a __________ .

    A) account, pool
    B) avail, furore
    C) benefit, rumour
    D) serve, anger

        1. HOPE_2017™

          Ge sir :))

  13. The draft of the new model agricultural marketing law, ______ by the government to invite public comments, aims at removing _________ in farm marketing and ensuring just and transparently discovered prices to farmers.

    A) poised, transparency
    B) mounted, possibility
    C) floated, deficiencies
    D) hasten, scarcity

    1. yuvi

      ccc You have already made this comment.

    2. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

      BBBBB

  14. CORRECTION

    After the storm dies down, we went outside to see the damage it had caused.
    A) die down
    B) died for
    C) dies for
    D) died down
    E) No Correction Required

      1. ADK

        Taking STs for assistant?

        1. HOPE_2017™

          No 😐

          But have to take free sts

          U???

    1. PHOENIX

      dd become quieter

    2. D

      die down- To calm down, become less strong

  15. She didn’t get a salary this month, so she’ll have for doing without extra treats.
    A) to done without
    B) to do without
    C) done without
    D) for done with
    E) No Correction Required

      1. ADK

        From PM and few free Sts

        1. HOPE_2017™

          Kk gud gud 🙂

    1. B

      do without – to manage without

  16. The suspect’s trial dragged on longer than we had expected!
    A) dragged for
    B) drag on
    C) drag for
    D) dragged with
    E) No Correction Required

      1. ADK

        70 attempt seems impposible. :/

        1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

          WHOM???

          1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            VGE Sir.

        2. HOPE_2017™

          Haan:((

          Today i gave free wala PM st,got very less 😐

    1. E

      drag on- To last longer than expected. Sentence in past so dragged on

  17. Their wedding gave us a chance for dress up and get out of the house.
    A) for dressed upon
    B) to dress up
    C) to dress for
    D) in dressing by
    E) No Correction Required

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      bb

    2. B

      dress up- wear elegant clothes

  18. If you don’t improve your work habits, you’ll end up been fired.
    A) end on being
    B) end for been
    C) end by being
    D) end up being
    E) No Correction Required

      1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

        GE ASH bhai..

        1. ครђ

          Ge Harshu Don 🙂 Hws u?

          RRB me kitne banaye?

          1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            sabhi bana diye bss 30 skip kr diye:pp

          2. ครђ

            hehe 😀 Good ..lets hope for best 🙂

          3. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            no hope:/

          4. ครђ

            Same here :p

          5. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            ab to assitant bale se hope rkh skte:p

          6. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            yr attemts?

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      dd

    2. D

      end up- To finally reach a state, place or action

  19. His plans to trek through America fall through when he got sick.
    A) fallen to
    B) failed from
    C) fell through
    D) fallen in
    E) No Correction Required

        1. PHOENIX

          hello my friend 🙂

          1. HOPE_2017™

            *-*

            Ge Buddy :))

      1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

        GE smoker bale sir.:p

        1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

          smoking*

        2. HOPE_2017™

          :O

          GE 😛

      1. ADK

        Para chae thik cha hai aju. 😛

        1. !SAY MY NAME!

          k bhancha 😛

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      cc

    2. C

      fall through- To fail; doesn’t happen. Fell for past, as he got sick, so past

  20. He’s trying to figure in how to earn enough money to go on the trip to Spain.
    A) figured in
    B) figure out
    C) figured out
    D) figure off
    E) No Correction Required

        1. !SAY MY NAME!

          father and son bhanne song majako lagyo GOTG ko

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ccc

    2. ? Lovely (star) ???

      cc

      1. ? Lovely (star) ???

        nbbb

    3. B

      figure out – To understand, find the answer

  21. Which of A, B, C, D is grammatically correct

    A) He must prove it and else he has to retire from active politics.
    B) He must prove it or else he has to retires from active politics.
    C) He must prove it or else he has to retire from active politics.
    D) He must prove it or else he must to retire from active politics.
    E) None is Correct

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ccccccccc

    2. C) He must prove it or else he has to retire from active politics.

  22. Which of A, B, C, D is grammatically correct

    A) Borde was one of the finest batsmen of India and has been known to be a shrewd judge of the game.
    B) Borde was one among the finest batsmen of Indian and has been known to be a shrewd judge of the game.
    C) Borde was one of the finest batsmen of India and has been knowing to be a shrewd judge of the game.
    D) Borde was one of the finest batsmen of India and has been known to be a shrewd judgmental of the game.
    E) None is Correct

          1. HOPE_2017™

            Hmm :))

          1. HOPE_2017™

            answd wrng!! 🙂

          2. PHOENIX

            u learned naa…dat’s imp… no one’s here getting marks for correct answer 🙂

          3. HOPE_2017™

            Yes :)))

          4. HOPE_2017™

            Gud nit 🙂

            Eat well and stay well :)))

          5. HOPE_2017™

            G, H, I, J, K, L, M and N are 8 members of a family and each person plays different games i.e. Snooker, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Cricket Badminton and Hockey but not necessarily in the same order. They are sitting around a rectangular table facing the centre and they all are seated with equal distance, but not necessarily in the same order. Each side of the table two person sits together, no person sits on the corner of the table. There are four couples in the family.

            M does not sit opposite to N. l’s son-in-law does not play Cricket and football. J, is son-in-law of K and seated second to the right of M, who is the wife of G. J’s brother-in-law plays Badminton. The person who plays Basketball sits second to the right of the person, who plays Tennis. I is the father of H, who is not the youngest member in the family. N’s grandfather does not play Hockey. No three females are sitting together. The daughter-in-law of G plays Basketball. N is seated second to the left of L’s father-in-law. Only one couple can sit together. M plays neither Tennis nor Hockey. M is the grandmother of N. The daughter-in law of K is not near to her. The one who plays Snooker is immediate neighbour of the persons, who plays Football and the one, who is husband of L. The Person who plays Cricket sits opposite to the person, who is immediate right of H’s husband. G is seated between N’s grandmother and wife of N. The person who plays Volleyball is immediate neighbor of K.

          6. PHOENIX

            Will try at 11…. now watching kbc den dinner

          7. HOPE_2017™

            Kk do :))

            i didnt got this :||

          8. HOPE_2017™

            ???????????????????????????????????????????????

            ??? U just killed tht pzl :)))

          9. PHOENIX

            My pleasure??
            Are u writing govt job adda mocks…if not u should… dey r providing plenty of free mocks,give dem a try.

          10. HOPE_2017™

            Haan i know abt that site buddyy!!!

            But now a days not gvng those sts yar :|| Kk again i will resume those sts and tyyy :)))

            Btw u too try IBPS guide Free sts dear 🙂

          11. PHOENIX

            ur uiic exam is on 22nd naa ???

          12. HOPE_2017™

            Haan,yes 22nd

          13. PHOENIX

            where were u today ??

          14. HOPE_2017™

            Hmmm not feeling gud,so not attnd to Qz

          15. PHOENIX

            take care of health:)

          16. PHOENIX

            Itni bhi deserve nahin Karti mein??

          17. HOPE_2017™

            No u r,bcz i tried it manytimes but i cldnt crack it 😐

            U did well :)) Soo nice

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      aa

    2. A) Borde was one of the finest batsmen of India and has been known to be a shrewd judge of the game.

  23. A) The Universal Basic Income (UBI) scheme should have a cut off income and people should be encourage to give it up voluntarily.
    B) The Universal Basic Income (UBI) scheme should have the cut off income and people should be encouraged to give its up voluntarily.
    C) The Universal Basic Income (UBI) scheme should have a cut off income and people should be encouraged to give it up volunteer.
    D) The Universal Basic Income (UBI) scheme should have a cut off income and people should be encouraged to give it up voluntarily.
    E) None is Correct

      1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

        Ohh D..

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ddd

    2. D) The Universal Basic Income (UBI) scheme should have a cut off income and people should be encouraged to give it up voluntarily.

  24. Which of A, B, C, D is grammatically correct

    A) The Bahrain government has offered to setting up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under his leadership.
    B) The Bahrain government has offered for set up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under his leadership.
    C) The Bahrain government has offered to set up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under its leadership.
    D) The Bahrain government has offers of setting up a special investment fund to acceleration infrastructure development in Kerala under its leadership.
    E) None is Correct

      1. ? Lovely (star) ???

        dp effect you r too fast today 😛

          1. ? Lovely (star) ???

            😛

          2. HOPE_2017™

            😀 :))

          3. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            ans is C not D:P

          4. HOPE_2017™

            woww 😛

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ccc

    2. C) The Bahrain government has offered to set up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under its leadership.

    1. ADK

      Which of A, B, C, D is grammatically correct

      A) The Bahrain government has offered to setting up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under his leadership.
      B) The Bahrain government has offered for set up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under his leadership.
      C) The Bahrain government has offered to set up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under its leadership.
      D) The Bahrain government has offers of setting up a special investment fund to acceleration infrastructure development in Kerala under its leadership.
      E) None is Correct

    2. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

      Which of A, B, C, D is grammatically correct

      A)
      The Bahrain government has offered to setting up a special investment
      fund to accelerate infrastructure development in Kerala under his
      leadership.
      B) The Bahrain government has offered for set up a
      special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure development in
      Kerala under his leadership.
      C) The Bahrain government has offered to
      set up a special investment fund to accelerate infrastructure
      development in Kerala under its leadership.
      D) The Bahrain government
      has offers of setting up a special investment fund to acceleration
      infrastructure development in Kerala under its leadership.
      E) None is Correct

  25. A) The Income tax authorities have been investigating the cases where deposits made by the individuals did not match their income tax returns.
    B) The Income tax authorities has been investigating the cases where deposits made by the individuals did not match their income tax returns.
    C) The Income tax authorities have investigated the cases where deposits made by the individuals did not match its income tax returns.
    D) The Income tax authorities are investigating the cases where deposits made from the individuals cannot not match their income tax returns.
    E) None is Correct

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      aa

    2. A) The Income tax authorities have been investigating the cases where deposits made by the individuals did not match their income tax returns.

  26. ERROR

    A temporary transfer was given (1)/ for two months and after (2)/ this time expired, he applied (3)/ for permanent license and was refused.(4)

        1. !SAY MY NAME!

          testai ta lagdaithyo ;/

          1. ADK

            Purano ho yaad thiyo. 😛

          2. !SAY MY NAME!

            halka gulche bhaidi 😛

          3. PHOENIX

            in which language u both r talking ??

          4. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            urdu:p

          5. !SAY MY NAME!

            nepali mam

          6. PHOENIX

            I’m serious… pls tell?

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      dd

  27. optimistic

    ADB 500 million for power utility

  28. While the PM gets a handle over (1)/ these contradictions, which have become the laughing stock (2)/ in many urban centres and in the wider world, why (3)/ the opposition parties are not exploiting them? (4)

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ddd

    2. D

      Either ? will not be used. Or (4) part will be – are the opposition parties not exploiting them?
      W/H family words are followed by helping verb in a question.

  29. optimistic

    South Asian youth festival Bhubaneswar Odisha

  30. The central government has, amid debate (1)/ over vigilantism, proposed to the Supreme Court (2)/ over providing adhaar-like unique (3) identification number to cows in India. (4)

    1. optimistic

      By the supreme court

    2. ? Lovely (star) ???

      bb

    3. over – for
      proposed for providing

  31. optimistic

    International handicap ambassador neymar Brazil

    1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

      sabka pdf bana k post kr dio bhai:)

      1. optimistic

        I will try frnd

          1. optimistic

            But I can’t guarantee you becoz I am dng private job but I will definitely try

          2. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            okay sir:)

          3. optimistic

            Call me optimistic/opti plz no sir plz

          4. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            okay optimistic bhai:)

  32. Mosquito-borne malaria infects (1)/ more than 200 million people worldwide (2)/ every year, and killed about half a million, (3) most of them children in Africa. (4)

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ddd

      1. ? Lovely (star) ???

        are chidren?

    2. !SAY MY NAME!

      kills
      33

    3. C

      The sentence is in simple present tense. So killed – kills
      The (4) part says – most of the children are infected by Mosquito-borne malaria

  33. optimistic

    Bharat Ratna Ambedkar award bappi lahari

    1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

      gud nyt…..

    2. ? Lovely (star) ???

      gudnyt

  34. The minister expressed his concern for the discrepancies (1)/ between train timings data available on national train enquiry system, the (2)/ official website of Indian Railways, and actual train (3)/ timings being experienced by passengers. (4)

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      ccc

    2. !SAY MY NAME!

      3
      and the?

    3. A

      for – over
      Concern for – is used when to show worry for someone. I am concerned for her health.
      Concern over means – worried about something

  35. optimistic

    HDFC ergo insurance+ l&t insurance

  36. optimistic

    Infosas- Vishal sikka reappointment

  37. That’s all for today

    GN 🙂

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      thanks you mam:)

    2. !SAY MY NAME!

      thank you mam 🙂
      good night.

    3. HOPE_2017™

      K ty mam 🙂

      Gn

      1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

        gud nyt :
        )
        eat healthy stay healthy:)

        1. ADK

          Smoke healthy. 😛

          1. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

            hihiihihiihi:)

    4. Adi Nene

      Ty mam gud nyt…

    5. ครђ

      Thankyou Shubhra Ma’am …

      Gudnight takecare 🙂

  38. optimistic

    Chairman of railway Ashwani

  39. optimistic

    Cntne Karu ya stop Karu?

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      continue bro

    2. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

      ab gud nyt:
      )

    3. ครђ

      continue 🙂

  40. optimistic

    India first museum opened after 70years Amritsar

    1. ? Lovely (star) ???

      museum on the Partition of the Indian

  41. optimistic

    Fastest bullet Train China

  42. optimistic

    Antara pgm- Odisha

  43. optimistic

    Second female Arjuna award football beembem devi

  44. optimistic

    Global agriculture award- k Chandrasekhar Rai Telangana cm

  45. optimistic

    Executive director of insolvency board- mamata

  46. optimistic

    Bulgaria open winner- lakshya sen

  47. optimistic

    That’s all gn

    1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

      TQ GNT SIR 🙂

      1. optimistic

        O_o wat I am actually rubbing my eyes is it u?

        1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

          JI SIR 🙂

          1. optimistic

            Hw was rrb

          2. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            NOT given(fill nhi kiya tha ) wt abt urs ??

          3. optimistic

            Average frnd

    2. ? Lovely (star) ???

      thanks gn 🙂

      1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

        GNT MAM /

        1. ? Lovely (star) ???

          gn sir /
          nimnu pani nae pirahe kya dress up hoke ghum rahe

          1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            ji ji malkin apka exam kessa hua

          2. ? Lovely (star) ???

            ha acha hua baki GOD KI marzi 🙂

          3. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            oa kab hai

          4. ? Lovely (star) ???

            22 ko h

          5. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            badia hai 😛
            review mil jayega
            atb 🙂

          6. ? Lovely (star) ???

            SRY Kis exam ki baat kare ape mera uiic 22 ko h

          7. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            rrb assistant hai apka mam

          8. ? Lovely (star) ???

            apne fill kiya h? ha h mera 23rd ko rrb assis ,uiic 22ko

          9. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            ji 17 ko hai mera

          10. ? Lovely (star) ???

            oh great atb then

          11. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            tq gnt keep smiling stay blessed / ta ta

          12. ? Lovely (star) ???

            gn bye

  48. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

    ROSY Mod • 25 minutes ago

    Exclusive Number Series:
    ⚪️ Misc.
    1. 6, 16, 45, 184, 915, ?
    2. 3, 4, 17, 46, 143, ?
    3. 1, 1, 1.5, 2.75, ?
    4. .8, 3, 5, 11.4, 21.8, ?
    5. 1284, 1275, 1250, 1201, 1120, ?
    6. 137, 1468, ?, 1082, 957, 984
    7. 2, 27, 114, 499, 2548, ?
    8. 13, 42, 172, 865, ?
    9. 6, 8, 12, 42, 160, ?
    10. 4, 15, 63, 247, 995, ?
    11. 5, 6, 16, 57, 244, ?
    12. 11, 20, 38, 74, ?
    13. 15, 21, 38, 65, 101, ?
    14. 24, 28, 19, 35, 10, ?
    15. 5, 15, 65, 315, ?

    ⚪️ SBI ME 2014
    16. 37, 19, 20, 31.5, 65, 165
    16. 21 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e?)
    17. 5, 6, 16, 37, 244, 1245
    17. 10 (a) (b) (c) (d?) (e)
    18. 7, 5, 11, 49, 335, 3005
    18. 13 (a) (b?) (c) (d) (e)
    19. 12, 47, 152, 467, 1412, 4247
    19. 33 (a) (b) (c) (d?) (e)
    20. 68, 60, 104, 188, 496, 1456
    20. 42 (a) (b) (c) (d?) (e)

    ⚪️ RRB PO 2016
    21. 9, 14, 21, 32, 45, ?
    22. 4, 4, 6, 12, 24, ?
    23. 3, 1.5, 1.5, 2.25, 4.5, ?
    24. 2, 4, 11, 37, 153, ?
    25. 3, 10, 22, 39, 61, ?
    26. 4, 2, 2, 3, 6, ?
    27. 3, 9, 22, 42, 69, ?
    28. 3, 5, 13, 43, 177, ?
    29. 2, 7, 14, 25, 38, ?
    30. 6, 6, 8, 14, 26, ?

    ⚪️ RRB Assistant 2016
    31. 2, 14, 24, 32, 38, ?
    32. 4, 5, 12, 39, 160, ?
    33. 6, 9, 18, 45, 135, ?
    34. 26, 27, 23, 32, 16, ?
    35. 616, 373, 292, 265, 256, ?
    36. 45, 57, 67, 75, 81, ?
    37. 455, 212, 131, 104, 95, ?
    38. 16, 17, 13, 22, 6, ?
    39. 36, 37, 33, 42, 26, ?
    40. 2, 3, 8, 27, 112, ?

    ⚪️ KVB PO 2017
    41. 80, 81.7, 78.3, 85.1, 71.5, ?
    42. 70, 38, 22, 14, ?, 8
    43. 450, 432, 410, 379, 332, ?
    44. 1, 3, 9, 31, 129, ?
    45. 500, 498, 488, 458, 390, ?

    ⚪️ SBI PO 2017
    46. 9, 8, 14, 39, ?, 755
    47. 25, 32, 21, 34, 17 ?
    48. 11, 6, 7, 12, ?, 67.5
    49. 4, 7, 35, 83, 146 ?
    50. 521, 496, 447, 366, 245
    51. 13, 12, 22, 63 ?
    52. 399, 390, 365, 316, 235 ?
    53. 29, 36, 25, 38, 21, ?
    54. 7, 9, 41, 98, 175, ?
    55. 13, 7, 8, 13, ?, 75

    ⚪️ IBPS PO 2016
    56. 14 25 47 91 ?
    57. 28 32 23 39 14 ?
    58. 11 24 44 70 101 ?
    59. 18 8 6 8 24 ?
    60. 5 12 33 136 675 ?
    61. 12 19 35 59 90. ?
    62. 4 10 27 112 555 ?
    63. 19 23 14 30 5 ?
    64. 15 22 36 64 ? 232

    ⚪️ IBPS Clerk 2016 Mains
    65. 15, 20, 28, 45, 69, ?
    66. 256, 176, 216, ?, 206, 201, 203.5

    ⚪️ NIACL Assistant 2017
    67. 7 10 15 24 39 ?
    68. 6 11 21 38 64 ?
    69. 17 36 74 131 ? 302
    70. 8 4 4 6 ? 30
    71. 3 4 10 33 136 ?

    1. PHOENIX

      Nice collection????

      1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

        copied 😛

        1. PHOENIX

          Jo Bhi ho… humne to aisa collection 1st time Dekha?

          1. ~~NITROUS ~OXIDE~~

            jji ji

    2. DHANANJAY

      Thx u paras sir
      65)104
      66)196
      67)62
      68)91
      69)207
      70)12
      71)685

    1. ADK

      Ronit…Raj….Raman….Reenu….Ritu….Rinku…Rohit

    1. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

      YE kya h bhai?

    2. ครђ

      Bhai ye farjiwada nei rukhega kabhi …Govt. koi b ho sab apna faida dekhtey hai pehle

  49. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

    good nyt 🙂

  50. disqus_1234

    Cost price of each of the articles A & B is Rs X . Article A was sold at a profit of 10 % & the article B was sold at a profit of 30 % . If the overall profit earned after selling both the articles is Rs 136 , what is the value of “X”

    340
    300
    360
    380
    320

    1. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

      20……24
      diff….4
      4…..136
      1…..34
      10(x)…34*10=340

    2. DHANANJAY

      110/100x+130/100x=136
      (11/10+13/10)x-2x=136
      X=340

  51. Disqus

    In jar A, 120 lite milk was mixed with 24 litre water. 12 litre of this mixture was taken out and 3 litre water was added. If 27 litre of newly formed mixture is taken out . What will be the resultant quantity of water in jar A ?

    20
    30
    25
    35
    40..

    1. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

      m…w
      120…24
      5:1
      12 l mix was taken then rem
      110…….22
      3 ltr water add
      110……..25
      22:5
      now 27 ltr taken out
      110-22……….25-5
      88…….20

  52. Disqus

    Question No. 16 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Question : You did not attempt this Question.
    A boat, whose speed is 15 km/hr in still water goes 30 km downstream and comes back in a total of 4 hrs 30 min. What is the speed of the stream ?

    10
    6
    5
    4
    15

    1. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

      30/(15+x) +30/(15-x) =9/2
      if we put x=5
      then we get
      9/2=9/2
      conditin satisfied so ans is 5
      or
      we can solve eqs and we lll get ans.

  53. Disqus

    Question No. 19 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Question : You did not attempt this Question.
    In the month of march ,Hiten spent 45 % of his monthly salary on paying bill and rent. Out of the remaining salary, he invested 60 % in PPF & the remaining he deposited in bank. He deposited Rs 15400 in bank. If in April , he got an increment of 10 % , what was his salary in April ?

    84000
    77000
    110000
    59000
    68000
    Explanation :
    Correct Answer is: b)

  54. Disqus

    Question No. 31 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Directions (31-35): Study the following pie chart carefully and answer the questions given below.

    Percentage wise distribution of the number of mobile phones sold by a shopkeeper during six months

    http://estore.ibpsguide.com/ebook-admin/uploads/image/productimage1503311296256.png
    The respective ratio between the numbers of mobile phones sold of company Nokia and Samsung during six months

    Months

    Nokia : Samsung

    January 10:9

    February 4:3

    March 2:3

    April 3:5

    May 6:5

    June 3:2
    Question : You got this Question Wrong.
    If in January the total mobile sold was 19%, then what is the ratio between the number of Nokia mobiles sold in January to the number of Samsung mobiles sold in April?

    3:5
    5:7
    2:1
    3:2
    Cannot be determined

  55. Disqus

    Question No. 5 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Direction(1-5): Study the given bar-chart carefully and answer the following questions.

    The graph shows the number of villages in four different states where electrification was done in different years.
    http://estore.ibpsguide.com/ebook-admin/uploads/image/productimage1503046848471.png
    In which year was the electrification work done in maximum number of villages?
    2012
    2013
    2014
    2013 and 2012
    2012 and 2014
    Answer: A

  56. Disqus

    Question No. 35 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Question : You did not attempt this Question.
    The average of three consecutive odd numbers is 12 more than one third of the first of these numbers. What is the last of the three numbers?

    15
    17
    19
    Data inadequate
    None of these
    Explanation :
    Answer: c)

  57. Disqus

    Question No. 39 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Question : You did not attempt this Question.
    A, B and C start at the same time in the same direction to run around a circular stadium. A completes a round in 252 seconds, B in 308 seconds and c in 198 seconds, all starting at the same point. After what time will they again at the starting point?

    26 minutes and 18 seconds
    42 minutes and 36 seconds
    45 minutes
    46 minutes and 12 seconds
    None of these
    Explanation :
    Answer: d)

    Sol. L.C.M. of 252, 308 and 198 = 2772.

    So, A, B and C will again meet at the starting point in 2772 sec. i.e., 46 min. 12 sec.
    lcm so difficult

  58. Disqus

    Question No. 18 | Mcq Type Question
    Paragraph :
    Question : You did not attempt this Question.
    In a class of 180, where girls are twice the number of boys, Rupesh, a boy, ranked thirty-fourth from the top. If there are eighteen girls ahead of Rupesh, how many boys are after him in rank?

    45
    44
    60
    Canu2019t be determined
    None of these
    Explanation :
    Answer: B

  59. !SAY MY NAME!

    Priya, Swati, Kajal, Kamal, Bhanu, Vijay, Karthik, Suraj, Anil, Surya went to market buy some Apples & Mangoes. Each of them bought both Apples and Mangoes. No two persons bought same no of fruits of same variety fruit. Maximum No of one variety fruits bought by one person is ten and Minimum is one fruit.
    Swati has bought six more mangoes than Karthik. Swati bought ten fruits in total. Surya bought three Apples. Total number of Apples bought by Kajal and Anil is equal to number of Apples that Suraj has bought. Kajal bought less no of Apples than Anil. Only Suraj has bought eighteen fruits in such a way that no of Apples is more than Mangoes he bought. Only Kajal has bought equal no of Mangoes and Apples.Only Karthik has bought Apples twice the Mangoes he bought. Priya has bought Nine Fruits in total and she has bought more Apples than Mangoes. Number of Mangoes bought by Kamal is equal to number of Apples bought by Bhanu. Bhanu has bought eight fruits in total. Bhanu and Vijay have bought 16 Apples in total. Anil and Surya have bought 16 Mangoes in total.

    1. ADK


      …………………A………….M
      Priya…………5…………..4
      Swati………..1…………..9
      Kajal…………2…………..2
      Kamal……….4…………..7
      Bhanu……….7………….1
      Vijay………….9………….5
      Karthik………6………….3
      Suraj………..10…………8
      Anil…………..8…………..6
      Surya………..3………….10

          1. !SAY MY NAME!

            mero ta bhayena 😛

  60. RaMpAgE

    Anyone got BOB??

    1. hapusingh

      rrb po attempt??

        1. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

          areyyy bhai ..kya kamaal kiye ho:)

          1. RaMpAgE

            bhai aur jada ha logo ka

  61. Diya

    In jar A, 120 lite milk was mixed with 24 litre water. 12 litre of this mixture was taken out and 3 litre water was added. If 27 litre of newly formed mixture is taken out . What will be the resultant quantity of water in jar A ?

    20

    30

    25

    35

    40..

    1. ADK

      …….M………W
      …….120…….24 ==144
      …….110…….22—144-12==132×5/6==110 , W == 22
      ……..110……22+3==25….
      27×5/27==5, Water left == 25-5==20

  62. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

    any quiz here?

  63. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

    Dady=20
    Mummy=?

  64. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

    @rampage

  65. jyotika

    anny quiz ??????/

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