English: Odd Sentence Set 17

Directions (1-10): Choose the odd sentence out of the given five sentences in each question.

  1. subside and will be felt for a long time to come.
    regardless of who is right in the current dispute over
    the question is whether it could have been handled internally
    the reverberations of what took place on Friday will not easily
    the administrative functioning of the CJI,
    Option C
    BEDA

     

  2. only 28% of the targeted ₹15,000 crore had been realised
    goal for the current financial year — as of end-November,
    sufficient grounds for a successful privatisation.
    with the Union Budget due soon and the government
    woefully short of its budgeted strategic disinvestment
    Option C
    DEBA

     

  3. of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on December 21,
    and also called on Israel to end its “occupation that began in 1967”.
    the biggest shift from what seemed to be a set trajectory
    when India chose to vote for a resolution
    for the Modi government, however, came on the floor
    Option B
    CEAD

     

  4. to very early on extend the various return-filing deadlines,
    with the fledgling GST meant that the government had
    criticising the U.S. for recognising Jerusalem as the Israeli capital
    and even do away with the need to file some key forms
    the immediate aftermath of the complexity of complying
    Option C
    EBAD

     

  5. many trust their smartphones more than they trust
    their government. But what may seem as a fairly
    modern libertarian opinion, voiced in pitch decks
    and technology conferences, and buoyed by the success
    were voiced more than forty years ago by John McCarthy.
    Option E
    ABCD

     

  6. to the Maharashtra government to submit the autopsy report on Loya’s death.
    who was hearing the controversial Sohrabuddin case.
    death of the special CBI judge, Justice Brijgopal Harkishan Loya,
    the chief justice’s decision to hear a petition relating to the
    the trigger for the dramatic development appeared to be
    Option A
    EDCB

     

  7. the techno-economic collaborationis expected to increase significantly.
    this visit may be a good opportunity for businessmen from both sides
    a hindrance in setting up good business relations.
    to interact with and understand each other,
    Other than the warmth shared between the leaders,
    Option C
    AEBD

     

  8. thinking and analysis” and “compulsions to communicate
    “the need to communicate, by itself, compels far more rigorous
    catalyse the processes to improve the quality of decision making
    subsequently revised from time to time.
    according to YV Reddy, former governor of the Reserve Bank of India,
    Option D
    EBAC

     

  9. the cess on crude oil was introduced as a temporary measure back in 1974
    Today, 43 years on, cess on domestic crude oil continues
    collection to part-fund domestic exploration.
    and by providing a helpful feedback”.
    when the Oil Industry (Development) Act provided for its
    Option D
    AECB

     

  10. recent scientific milestones such as Artificial General Intelligence (AGI),
    Programmable Matter and Quantum Computing are examples
    at the tip of the iceberg of these advancements. Once these technologies
    become commercially available,
    that the fiscal deficit conforms as closely as possible to what was targeted.
    Option E
    ABCD

     




 

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