Discussion Zone – 17 September 2017

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  1. ~The last samurai of 2016~

    to me first

  2. RaMpAgE

    anyone had exam today??

          1. RaMpAgE

            kab ha exam mam??

  3. Good Evening Everyone 🙂

  4. Determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the given statement.

    He earned the hatred of all good men; he incited youths to crime; he furnished them with means; he himself kept safely out of the way in time of danger.

    A) As he kept himself safely out of the way the youths were incited for crime and furnished with mean as a result he earned hatred by good men.
    B) Furnishing the youth with means and inciting them to crime he earned the hatred of all good men and as a result he kept safely out of the way in time of danger.
    C) He earned the hatred of all good men by inciting youths to crime, furnishing them with means and keeping himself safely out of the way in time of danger.
    D) He has kept humself safely out of the danger by inciting youths to crime and means and earning the hatred of all good men
    E) None of the above

      1. Positive

        Hello mam, aapka sbi po clear hai aap plZ suggest kare k how to prepare for maths section for ibps po..as now high level is coming…no site is providing such high level…I have only mtyra plZ plZ plZ help

        1. ambiiii

          ab to quants mainly pre me hi hoga and mains ke liye DIs hi that too chapter based hi aa rhe hain so try to make grip in word problems and jhan se bhi ques milen solve them,,u can mail me at ambikabassi405@gmail.com ,, i ll try to provide u some good material 🙂

          1. Positive

            Mam aapne sbi po k lye kaun si book se k word prblm??

          2. ambiiii

            mene websites se hi mostly ,,but i am weak in maths :p
            u don’t do this mistake and prepare well for quants 🙂

          3. Positive

            Mam same here , aap ibps po k lye kaha se kar rai word problem. ..aap tu baht intelligent mere se maths mei aap ka sbi po clear…mam plz guide aap ibps po k lye math kaise prepare kar rai…plzz plzzz

          4. ambiiii

            Actually I have found some good word problems pdf,,if u want i can share with u those 🙂

          5. Positive

            pandey.neharika16@gmail.com…..mam since when u r preparing

          6. ambiiii

            I have been preparing since last year dear,,September se

          7. Positive

            From where u prepare puzzle

          8. ambiiii

            Ajkal to kuch ni ho rha
            pehle AC ya AZ jidhr se bhi milti thi solve krti thi and STs se

          9. Positive

            ohk mam..means u follow sites for puzzle

    1. C) He earned the hatred of all good men by inciting youths to crime, furnishing them with means and keeping himself safely out of the way in time of danger.

  5. PHOENIX

    mam disqus link pls

  6. gomathy priya

    ge shubhra mam:))

  7. Determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the given statement.

    The credit for the introduction of Electronic Voting Machines should go to Election Commission; Election Commission conducts election in the country; The country has about 850 million registered voters; Election Commission successfully manages this important task.

    A) The credit for introducing Electronic Voting Machine in a country that has a population of 850 million voters should be given to Election Commission.
    B) Election Commission has been conducting election in this country of 850 million voters since ages and hence the credit for introduction of Electronic Voting Machine should go to Election Commission.
    C) In the country of 850 million registered voters the monumental task of conducting election is undertaken by Election Commission that has introduced the Electronic Voting Machines.
    D) The credit for the introduction of Electronic Voting Machines should go to Election Commission which successfully manages the monumental task of conducting elections in a country with about 850 million registered voters.
    E) None of the above

    1. D) The credit for the introduction of Electronic Voting Machines should go to Election Commission which successfully manages the monumental task of conducting elections in a country with about 850 million registered voters.

  8. Determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the given statement.

    The second class carriage is full; we must pay first class fare; we may not travel first class with second class tickets; That is forbidden.

    A) We cannot travel in first class by paying for second class as the second class is full and this is forbidden
    B) Travelling in first class by paying for second class carriage is forbidden so we must pay for the first class.
    C) The second class carriage being full, we must pay first class fare for we are forbidden to travel first class with second class tickets.
    D) As the second class carriage is full we must either wait for the next train or pay the fare of first calss as traveliign in first class with second class fare is forbidden
    E) None of the above

    1. C) The second class carriage being full, we must pay first class fare for we are forbidden to travel first class with second class tickets.

  9. gomathy priya

    next arrived?

  10. Determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the given statement.

    Generally your conduct is good; you have been guilty of an act of folly; you will not be punished ; I advise you to be more prudent in future.
    A) Generally your conduct is good and therefore you will not be punished for having been guilty of an act of folly, but I advise you to be more prudent in future.
    B) You will not be punished for your act of folly has I have advised them of your good conduct, but you should be more prudent in future.
    C) You should be prudent in future as your act of folly has been pardoned this time because of good conduct but in future it may not happen so.
    D) Because of your good conduct you have been pardoned for your act of folly, but I advise you to be prudent in future.
    E) None of the above

    1. A) Generally your conduct is good and therefore you will not be punished for having been guilty of an act of folly, but I advise you to be more prudent in future.

  11. Today all are enjoying Sunday I guess

    1. gomathy priya

      s mam:))

    2. yuvi

      yes mam..aapne enjoy kiya sunday?;p

      1. hehe
        yes. Dint do anything today 😛

        1. yuvi

          same..mai to india ki batting dekha or soya :P.. bt ibps p.o pre ka yaad aaya to ynha quiz ko aaya :P:P

    3. ~The last samurai of 2016~

      i enjoyed exam with vishwakarma god

        1. ~The last samurai of 2016~

          done with 77
          i have to start for mains .

          1. ambiiii

            all the best 🙂

          2. yuvi

            grt yr..math me itne kr liye.misc kaise the??

          3. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            easy the bhae bahot .

          4. yuvi

            okk..topic batao..kya-2 aaya tha misc me?

          5. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            qstn lake dun misc. ke ?

          6. yuvi

            haan bhai dooooooooo

          7. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            thnku

          8. Nice. Yes start for it and do not waste time here and there. Focus on exam

          9. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            yes mam thats y ihave come here for ur help to improve ga section.
            can i have pdf rrb related news.

          10. u means current affairs related to RRB only ?

          11. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            i used to do daily current affair here. bt last some qstns were from rrb banks too.that i need

          12. last some qstns??

            last year some qstns ?

          13. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            yes mam typo ,

          14. ok ok

            I will find and provide till exam

          15. ~The last samurai of 2016~

            ok mam. thanku

    4. gomathy priya

      mam, pls provide digital banking notes or posts for federal bank exam

        1. gomathy priya

          coming friday mam

          1. ok. I will try to provide from tomorrow then

          2. gomathy priya

            ty mam

  12. Determine in which option the four statements have been most appropriately expressed giving the full meaning of the given statement.

    He has not learned to read and write; he was very ignorant; he could not even talk fluently; such a man should not pretend to be a doctor.
    A) A man should not pretend to be a doctor when he cannot read and write or cannot talk fluently.
    B) As he has not learned to read and write being ignorant and even cannot talk fluently he does not pretends to be a doctor.
    C) He should not pretend to be a doctor as he has not learned to read and write and could not even talk fluently.
    D) Being ignorant he has not learned to read and write and also is unable to talk fluently so he is not a doctor.
    E) None of the above

    1. ambiiii

      Learned or learnt ???

    2. E) None of the above
      None of the sentence gives the complete and exact meaning of the four sentences.

  13. Complete the sentence with appropriate options

    Among the glories that archaeologists have unearthed at Must Farm, or “Britain’s Pompeii”, as some in the profession giddily dub it, ___________________.

    (A) is no shortage of archaeology enthusiasts.
    (B) is the first set of stacked bowls from the Bronze Age.
    (C) is setting up a plethora of apprenticeships. At least while this work goes on, the investments in Britain’s future will carry it back to its past.

    A) Only (B)
    B) Only (C)
    C) Only (A)
    D) Both (B) and (C)
    E) All (A), (B) and (C)

    1. A) Only (B)

      The blank part should mention the thing or things that has/have been unearthed by the archeologists. Option (B) is hence the only option suitable.

  14. MUCH of the European Union is still smarting from Britain’s vote to leave the club on June 23rd, according to data released on August 4th by Ipsos Mori, a pollster. In the nine member states surveyed, __________________________.
    (A) 55% think an exit vote was a bad choice for Britain, while 58% think it was also bad for the EU as a whole.
    (B) only 35% of those polled in seven countries with big economies think Britain made a mistake.
    (C) on average 42% of people who did not finish secondary school thought it was the wrong choice, compared with 58% of those who had been to university.
    A) Only (A)
    B) Only (C)
    C) Both (A) and (C)
    D) Both (B) and (C)
    E) All (A), (B) and (C)

    1. ambiiii

      7 countries are not talked about

    2. C) Both (A) and (C)

      Both (A) and (C) give an idea about the survey. While (B) is contradictory to the given sentence as the sentence mention nine member states were survey, while (B) says that seven countries were surveyed.

  15. Few countries are fiddlier than India when it comes to paying taxes; the World Bank ranks it 157th out of 189 for simplicity. Both the central government and powerful state legislatures ______________
    (A) have a complex taxation system making it difficult for the taxpayers to pay the taxes.
    (B) impose a dizzying array of charges.
    (C) will force vast swathes of the economy into the reach of the taxman.

    A) Only (B)
    B) Only (C)
    C) Both (A) and (B)
    D) Both (A) and (C)
    E) All (A), (B) and (C)

      1. AB

        gd evng ………interview kaisa hua apka?

        1. ambiiii

          aapne mera interview exp ni pdha 😛

    1. C) Both (A) and (B)

      Both (A) and (B) support the previous sentence that the tax system in India is complex. (C) is opposite to it.

  16. Ever since its launch on August 15, 1969, the Indian Space Research Organisation has come a long distance to create a legacy of success and made India proud by ___________________
    (A) not only excelling in the field of space technology but also by producing cost-efficient, reliable models of gigantic rockets.
    (B) launching 104 satellites on a single rocket, which has made some countries around the world go green with envy.
    (C) discovering water on moon.
    A) Only (B)
    B) Only (C)
    C) Both (A) and (B)
    D) Both (B) and (C)
    E) All (A), (B) and (C)

      1. yuvi

        what itna jaldi??

    1. PHOENIX

      All all…. proud Indian

    2. E) All (A), (B) and (C)

      All (A), (B) and (C) are things that can make ISRO proud.

  17. Family businesses are different from other sorts—they are held together by strands of DNA as well as the logic of profit. They are rich in scarce resources, such as loyalty and flexibility, _________________
    (A) not a bunch of political hacks.
    (B) but also suffer from extreme challenges, such as family feuds and wayward patriarchs.
    (C) offering steak for the rich in the form of tax cuts but cheap labour and a bit of patriotic sizzle for the masses.
    A) Only (B)
    B) Only (C)
    C) Both (A) and (B)
    D) Both (B) and (C)
    E) All (A), (B) and (C)

    1. Only sentence (B) gives the correct meaning of the sentence.

  18. The recently __________ Olympic Games experienced some unhealthy practices __________ to by few athletes.
    (a) concluded …… resorted
    (b) finished …… preferred
    (c) held …… exhibited
    (d) over …… adhered
    (e) closed …… devoured

    1. (a) concluded …… resorted

  19. If criminals are __________ to join electoral fray, __________ is likely to increase.
    (a) compelled …… brotherhood
    (b) encouraged …… harmony
    (c) allowed …… extortion
    (d) deterred …… corruption
    (e) invited …… voting

    1. (c) allowed …… extortion

  20. hough the country has __________ free medical service for the poor, it is __________.
    (a) stopped …… unaffordable
    (b) rendered …… essential
    (c) maintained …… admirable
    (d) fovoured …… appreciable
    (e) instituted …… inadequate

    1. (e) instituted …… inadequate

  21. Germany had been a nation __________ in one country of numerous states which had a common language and _________.
    (a) assembled …… dialect
    (b) assimilated …… script
    (c) embedded …… civilisation
    (d) united …… traditions
    (e) formed …… code

    1. (d) united …… traditions

  22. Public announcements of __________ by the Government is considered as __________ of code of conduct during the pre-election period.
    (a) freebies …… appeasement
    (b) favours …… violation
    (c) policies …… honour
    (d) provisions …… imposition
    (e) manifests …… breaches

      1. AB

        kuch jyada hi fast hai app

        1. ambiiii

          easy hain ques 🙂

    1. (b) favours …… violation

  23. From among various alternatives we should choose the one which is viable and consumed less time and energy.
    (a) is viable and consuming lesser
    (b) is viability and consumer lesser
    (c) being viable and consumes lesser
    (d) has viable and consuming less
    (e) No correction required

      1. PHOENIX

        dear rrb po & clerk result are declared on the same date ?

        1. ambiiii

          yesss in jan or feb around

          1. PHOENIX

            no no pre result

          2. ambiiii

            po will come before

    1. (a) is viable and consuming lesser

  24. Managers frequently encounter situations where they need to help others solved problems.
    (a) to helping others solved
    (b) help others solved
    (c) to help others solve
    (d) help others solving
    (e) No correction required

  25. yuvi

    @disqus_5RDfehdxTn:disqus ??

    1. ~The last samurai of 2016~

      RRB CLERK SHIFT – 3rd Miscellaneous questions. 1. 15 men do a work in 16 days & 18 women complete a work in 25 days. if 15 men started the work & left after 8 days then how many women required to complete remaining work in 3 days ?
      2. 35 litre will be distributed in Milk & water in the ratio of 5:2. If 8 litre milk & 2.5 litre water will add then what is the new ratio?
      3. A’s salary is 40000 & he saves Rs. 8000. If he spend on rent & other expenses in the ratio of 5:3 then how many amount he spend on rent?
      4. Cost price of an article was Rs. 800. when it was discounted by 20% & x% . he sells it at 480 RS. find the value of x?
      5. 3 person average is 45 & 2 other person average is 55. then what is the value of all 5 person’s average? {didn’t remember the value}
      6. 3 shirts & 5 trousers value is 4050. If one shirt is 8/9 of one trouser then what is the value of 3 trousers?
      7. Principal = something , Rate – 11% , interest – something
      other principal = something , rate = given , find interest = ?
      [time will find out by first principal]
      8. A & B present age ratio is something. 10 years hence their age ratio will become something. then what will the total of their age 8 year before ?
      9. (A+ b ) average – 130. A is 25% of D. B is 20% of C. C is 50% of A. then what is the value of A?

  26. The police nabbed a notorious criminal who had been terrorizing builders and extorted money from them for the past two years.
    (a) was terrorizing builders and extorted
    (b) had not been terrorized builders and extorted
    (c) had been terrorizing builders and extorting
    (d) had terrorized builders and extorted
    (e) No correction required

    1. (c) had been terrorizing builders and extorting

    1. !SAY MY NAME!

      present mam

  27. Starting sentence is given. REARRANGE

    Starter: /b>Twenty-Five centuries ago, when the Greek traveler Herodotus visited the already ancient monument of Egypt, he found that the tourists had gotten there first.

    (A) The Egyptians built for eternity.
    (B) The ‘why’ is easy: religious beliefs that sought perpetuation in masses of stones so ponderous they must be measures in tons and acres and that demanded that these material manifestations of faith be not only huge but permanent.
    (C) Tourists are still coming to Egypt and are probably still inscribing their names on the old stones.
    (D) In the words of Ramses II, who dedicated the magnificent temple of Medinet Habut in the 13th Century B.C., this was to be “a place of the Lord of the Gods, forever”.
    (E) Their names were scratched on the crumbling ruins in hundreds of ancient languages.
    (F) They are probably sharing another experience too – standing in silent and involuntary admiration before the great structures and silently posing those inevitable questions: why? How?

    1. ambiiii

      E..C..___..____…F…B

          1. yuvi

            kya haal bhai..ynha dekh accha laga..stark.com ko kya huya?;p

          2. hehe….. disqus band kr diya ajkl 😛

      1. wrong vali feeling aa rhi hai 😛

      1. Statement D precedes F, and talks about experiences of the tourists.

  28. The Government seems to be in right earnest to ensure more ……(1)…… in governance. The Prime Minister’s announcement that his Government is ……(2)…… drafting legislation to ……(3)…… the citizen’s right to information in indeed welcome. Though the talk on the right to information is not new, we may ……(4)…… the Bill to be brought early this time. The previous Government had set up a high-level committee to ……(5)…… a draft bill. But nothing has been heard about the matter since, ……(6)…… the committee did quite some work. The issue, however, has come to such a pause that a solution cannot be ……(7)…… further. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, a foreign judge once said, while ……(8)…… the unwarranted secrecy in an administrative system. When those are authority know that people have the right to ask questions and the Government is under the ……(9)…… to provide them with answers ……(10)…… of authority, or of public finances, for personal or party ends is less likely to happen.

    1.
    (a) strictness
    (b) rudeness
    (c) leniency
    (d) economy
    (e) transparency

    2.
    (a) personally
    (b) busy
    (c) not
    (d) reluctantly
    (e) absolutely

  29. The Government seems to be in right earnest to ensure more ……(1)…… in governance. The Prime Minister’s announcement that his Government is ……(2)…… drafting legislation to ……(3)…… the citizen’s right to information in indeed welcome. Though the talk on the right to information is not new, we may ……(4)…… the Bill to be brought early this time. The previous Government had set up a high-level committee to ……(5)…… a draft bill. But nothing has been heard about the matter since, ……(6)…… the committee did quite some work. The issue, however, has come to such a pause that a solution cannot be ……(7)…… further. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, a foreign judge once said, while ……(8)…… the unwarranted secrecy in an administrative system. When those are authority know that people have the right to ask questions and the Government is under the ……(9)…… to provide them with answers ……(10)…… of authority, or of public finances, for personal or party ends is less likely to happen.

    3.
    (a) presumption
    (b) absolve
    (c) curb
    (d) question
    (e) establish

    4.
    (a) expect
    (b) wait
    (c) try
    (d) frustrate
    (e) appeal

    1. 3 – E

      4 – A – Bill is expected to be brought early.

  30. The Government seems to be in right earnest to ensure more ……(1)…… in governance. The Prime Minister’s announcement that his Government is ……(2)…… drafting legislation to ……(3)…… the citizen’s right to information in indeed welcome. Though the talk on the right to information is not new, we may ……(4)…… the Bill to be brought early this time. The previous Government had set up a high-level committee to ……(5)…… a draft bill. But nothing has been heard about the matter since, ……(6)…… the committee did quite some work. The issue, however, has come to such a pause that a solution cannot be ……(7)…… further. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, a foreign judge once said, while ……(8)…… the unwarranted secrecy in an administrative system. When those are authority know that people have the right to ask questions and the Government is under the ……(9)…… to provide them with answers ……(10)…… of authority, or of public finances, for personal or party ends is less likely to happen.

    5.
    (a) level
    (b) regard
    (c) prepare
    (d) enacted
    (e) unearth

    6.
    (a) even
    (b) as
    (c) because
    (d) until
    (e) though

  31. The Government seems to be in right earnest to ensure more ……(1)…… in governance. The Prime Minister’s announcement that his Government is ……(2)…… drafting legislation to ……(3)…… the citizen’s right to information in indeed welcome. Though the talk on the right to information is not new, we may ……(4)…… the Bill to be brought early this time. The previous Government had set up a high-level committee to ……(5)…… a draft bill. But nothing has been heard about the matter since, ……(6)…… the committee did quite some work. The issue, however, has come to such a pause that a solution cannot be ……(7)…… further. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, a foreign judge once said, while ……(8)…… the unwarranted secrecy in an administrative system. When those are authority know that people have the right to ask questions and the Government is under the ……(9)…… to provide them with answers ……(10)…… of authority, or of public finances, for personal or party ends is less likely to happen.

    7.
    (a) found
    (b) expect
    (c) delayed
    (d) looked
    (e) longed

    8.
    (a) nurturing
    (b) criticising
    (c) demanding
    (d) appreciating
    (e) upholding

  32. The Government seems to be in right earnest to ensure more ……(1)…… in governance. The Prime Minister’s announcement that his Government is ……(2)…… drafting legislation to ……(3)…… the citizen’s right to information in indeed welcome. Though the talk on the right to information is not new, we may ……(4)…… the Bill to be brought early this time. The previous Government had set up a high-level committee to ……(5)…… a draft bill. But nothing has been heard about the matter since, ……(6)…… the committee did quite some work. The issue, however, has come to such a pause that a solution cannot be ……(7)…… further. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, a foreign judge once said, while ……(8)…… the unwarranted secrecy in an administrative system. When those are authority know that people have the right to ask questions and the Government is under the ……(9)…… to provide them with answers ……(10)…… of authority, or of public finances, for personal or party ends is less likely to happen.

    9.
    (a) pretention
    (b) affect
    (c) substance
    (d) obligation
    (e) property

    10.
    (a) misuse
    (b) governance
    (c) dishonour
    (d) curbing
    (e) breach

      1. ???Vedu ???

        mam asked smthg plz reply

  33. That s all for today

    GN 🙂

    1. yuvi

      thanku mam..gud nyt.

    2. ambiiii

      nice session
      ty mam 🙂 gn ( :::

    3. !SAY MY NAME!

      Thank you mam 🙂
      Good night.

    4. PHOENIX

      ty mam:)…..mam, wanted to know our site was founded exactly when ?

        1. ambiiii

          i think some days before it

        2. started posting with CA on December 1 🙂

        1. PHOENIX

          ty. mam…i came to know about it only in march..

  34. ambiiii

    TC frnds 🙂 gn :))

    1. !SAY MY NAME!

      GN mam 🙂

  35. My daughter never 1)/ would write to me 2)/ so I never know 3)/ what she is doing. 4)/ No error 5)

    1. PHOENIX

      22 never writes

    2. Replace ‘would write’ with writes.

  36. Whenever we have a puncture 1)/ she just sits in the car 2)/ and reads a book 3)/ while I changed the wheel. 4)/ No error 5)

    1. Replace ‘changed’ with ‘change’.

  37. He walked to the market 1)/ with both his servants 2)/ on either side of his 3)/ to help him buy things. 4)/ No error 5)

    1. Replace ‘his’ with ‘him’

  38. Ganesh, who has been 1)/ driving all day 2)/ was extremely tired 3)/ and wanted to stop. 4)/ No error 5)

    1. Replace ‘has’ with ‘had’ because ‘was’ used in part (3) of the sentence

  39. Everyone was reading quietly 1)/ when suddenly the door 2)/burst open and a 3)/ complete stranger rushed in. 4)/ No error 5)

  40. Thanks 🙂 bye 🙂

    this is Small contribution in Quiz:) 😛

    1. !SAY MY NAME!

      thank you.

  41. ~The last samurai of 2016~

    RRB CLERK SHIFT – 3rd Miscellaneous questions. . 1. 15 men do a work in 16 days & 18 women complete a work in 25 days. if 15 men started the work & left after 8 days then how many women required to complete remaining work in 3 days ?
    2. 35 litre will be distributed in Milk & water in the ratio of 5:2. If 8 litre milk & 2.5 litre water will add then what is the new ratio?
    3. A’s salary is 40000 & he saves Rs. 8000. If he spend on rent & other expenses in the ratio of 5:3 then how many amount he spend on rent?
    4. Cost price of an article was Rs. 800. when it was discounted by 20% & x% . he sells it at 480 RS. find the value of x?
    5. 3 person average is 45 & 2 other person average is 55. then what is the value of all 5 person’s average? {didn’t remember the value}
    6. 3 shirts & 5 trousers value is 4050. If one shirt is 8/9 of one trouser then what is the value of 3 trousers?
    7. Principal = something , Rate – 11% , interest – something
    other principal = something , rate = given , find interest = ?
    [time will find out by first principal]
    8. A & B present age ratio is something. 10 years hence their age ratio will become something. then what will the total of their age 8 year before ?
    9. (A+ b ) average – 130. A is 25% of D. B is 20% of C. C is 50% of A. then what is the value of A?

    1. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

      75 women
      66:25
      20k
      25%
      49
      715.somthing
      ….
      ans somthing

      1. ~The last samurai of 2016~

        12k

        1. !!ᏰᏗᏠᎥᏒᏗᎧ!!

          bhai rent ka ratio 5 hai na then 2ok hi ayega

          1. !!ᏰᏗᏠᎥᏒᏗᎧ!!

            yesssss bro

  42. HOPE_2017™

    Gone everyone :||

      1. HOPE_2017™

        Uhuuu 😀

  43. STAR NEWS

    todays question pdf rrb oa

    math and reasoning ??

  44. ᏉᎥᏒᏗᏖ

    !!Good mng everyone..!
    Ab koi nhi aata??

  45. !!ᏒᎧᎷᏗᏁ ᏒᏋᎥᎶᏁᏕ!!

    hello everyone:)
    koi h?

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