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SSC CHSL Tier-1 Exam 2016 question paper held on 17 January 2017 (Evening Shift)

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    In this article, we have shared all the 100 questions asked in SSC CHSL 2016. This examination was held on 17thJan, 2017 in the evening shift. We have successfully arranged the question paper from the SSC website with all questions and their suitable answers. As all of you know that the previous year papers play an important role in preparation of SSC exams as it will give you the glimpse of type of questions with their difficulty level.

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    Question 1. Select the realted word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    Railway Station : Station Master : : School : ?

    (a) Chef

    (b) Doctor

    (c) Lieutenant

    (d) Principal

    Question 2. Select the realted word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    GROUPS : ITQWRU : : SECOND : ?

    (a) UGFQPE

    (b) UGEQPF

    (c) UEGQPF

    (d) UGEQFP

    Question 3. Select the realted word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    LETTER : MFUUFS : : AHEAD : ?

    (a) BIFBE

    (b) BIBFE

    (c) BFIBE

    (d) BEFBE

    Question 4. Select the realted word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

    12 : 48 : : 104 : ?

    (a) 415

    (b) 420

    (c) 480

    (d) 416

    Question 5. Select the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) Duckworth-Lewis method

    (b) Googly

    (c) Dribbling

    (d) Leg before wicket

    Question 6. Select the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) IJKRQP

    (b) FGHUTS

    (c) BCDWXY

    (d) KLMPON

    Question 7. Select the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) 67559

    (b) 45189

    (c) 56341

    (d) 54321

    Question 8. Select the odd word/letters/number/number pair from the given alternatives.

    (a) 3425

    (b) 4541

    (c) 5661

    (d) 6783

    Question 9. A series is given with one terms missing. Chose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    Chhatisgarh, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, ?

    (a) Uttar Pradesh

    (b) Madhya Pradesh

    (c) Rajasthan

    (d) Telangana

    Question 10. A series is given with one terms missing. Chose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    FI, KM, PQ, ?

    (a) MO

    (b) ZA

    (c) TO

    (d) UU

    Question 11. A series is given with one terms missing. Chose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    BC, JK, RS, ?

    (a) YA

    (b) ZA

    (c) BC

    (d) TU

    Question 12. In the following question, two statements are given each followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true even If they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follows from the given statements.

    Statements:

    (I) All paper are files.

    (II) Some files are pens.

    Conclusion:

    (I) No paper is a pen.

    (II) Some papers are pens.

    (a) Conclusion I follows

    (b) Conclusion II follows

    (c) Neither I nor II follows

    (d) Both I and II follows

    Question 13. A series is given with one term missing. Choose the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

    60, 80, 95,105, ?

    (a) 190

    (b) 110

    (c) 150

    (d) 250

    Question 14. The birth rate in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan was calculated. The birth rate in Nepal is the lowest, while the birth rate in Pakistan is higher than that in Sri Lanka, and lower than that in India. The birth rate in Bangladesh is higher than that in Nepal, and lower than that in Sri Lanka. Which country has the highest birth rate?

    (a) Bangladesh

    (b) Pakistan

    (c) India

    (d) Sri Lanka

    Question 15. Arrange the given words in the sequence in which they occur in the dictionary.

    i. Regular

    ii. Reinforcement

    iii. Rainbow

    iv. Remedy

    (a) i, iv, ii

    (b) iv, i,

    (c) iii, ii ii, iv

    (d) iii, iv,i,ii

    Question 16. In a certain code language, "COPIOUS" is written as “2345389” and “GENEROUS” is written as “16760389”. How is “PIGEON” written in that code language?

    a) 451763

    b) 451673

    c) 451637

    d) 452637

    Question 17. In the following question, select the missing number from the given series.

    14

    16

    12

    4

    5

    6

    784

    1280

    ?

    (a) 512

    (b) 968

    (c) 864

    (d) 432

    Question 18. If "#" means "subtraction", "&" means "division", "@" means "addition" and "%" means "multiplication", then 132 & 3 # 10 @ 20 % 2 = ?

    (a) 91

    (b) 74

    (c) 69

    (d) 76

    Question 19. In the following question, which one set of letters when sequentially placed at the gaps in the given letter series shall complete it?

    TER_TE_S_ER_

    (a) TERT

    (b) STTT

    (c) STRS

    (d) SRTS

    Question 20. A boy leaves his school and travels 8 km towards the east. He takes a left turn and travels 6 km in that direction, and then turns towards the east and travels another 5 km. Finally, he turns right and travels 10 km. In which direction is he now from his school?

    (a) South-East

    (b) West

    (c) East

    (d) North-East

    Question 21. A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as shown in the given two matrices. The columns and rows of Matrix-I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix-II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, for example, ‘F’ can be represented by 42, 13 etc. and ‘R' can be represented by 76, 58 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word GOAL.

    Matrix – I

     

    1

    2

    3

    4

    G

    T

    G

    D

    O

    1

    A

    G

    L

    F

    A

    2

    G

    V

    Y

    G

    B

    3

    R

    G

    V

    S

    E

    4

    O

    L

    F

    B

    L

    Matrix – II

     

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    5

    F

    G

    L

    R

    S

    6

    O

    B

    R

    E

    O

    7

    A

    R

    S

    J

    F

    8

    R

    L

    W

    O

    Y

    9

    A

    V

    E

    H

    E

    (a) 02, 10, 88, 86

    (b) 56, 88, 14, 41

    (c) 23, 65, 75, 40

    (d) 31, 04, 00, 44

    Question 22. Introducting a girl, Ankit says, “ She is the sister of the son of my mother’s sister”. How is the girl realted to Ankti?

    (a) Niece

    (b) Daughter

    (c) Sister

    (d) Cousin

    Question 23. If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then which of the answer figures is the right image of the given figure?

    (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    Question 24. Identify the diagram that best represents the relationship among the given classes.

    Human, Men, Brothers

    (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    Question 25. A piece of paper is folded and punched as shown below in the question figures. From the given answer figures, indicate how it will appear when opened.

    (a)

    (b)

    (c)

    (d)

    Question 26. From the which monument, Gautama Budha progagated his divine knowledge of Buddhism to the world?

    (a) Humayun’s Tomb

    (b) Mahabodhi Temple Complex

    (c) Qutub Minar

    (d) Red Fort Complex

    Question 27. Which is the second highest civilian awards givne in India?

    (a) Bharat Ratna

    (b) Padma Vibhushan

    (c) Padma Bhushan

    (d) Padma Shri

    Question 28. Which drug is used as an Anti-Inflammatory?

    (a) Metformin

    (b) Diazepam

    (c) Latanoprost

    (d) Prednisone

    Question 29. Musa paradisiacal is the scientific name of which plant?

    (a) mango

    (b) wheat

    (c) Corn

    (d) banana

    Question 30. Prawns belong to which family?

    (a) Crustaceans

    (b) Fish

    (c) Amphibians

    (d) Reptiles

    Question  31. Adding which substance gives blue colour to glass?

    (a) Manganese oxide

    (b) Cobalt oxide

    (c) Chromium oxide

    (d) Iron oxide

    Question 32. The (O-H) bond in CH3OH is _______.

    (a) polar covalent

    (b) ionic

    (c) non polar covalent

    (d) cationic

    Question 33. What is the base of the Octal Numberal System?

    (a) 8

    (b) 16

    (c) 32

    (d) 64

    Question 34. Bengali is the official language of _________.

    (a) Uttarakhand

    (b) Tripura

    (c) Kerala

    (d) Chhattisgarh

    Question 35. if price of an article decreases from Rs 40 to Rs 30, quantity demanded increases from Q1 units to 7500 units. If point elasticity of demand is -1 find Q1?

    (a) 9000 units

    (b) 4500 units

    (c) 10500 units

    (d) 6000 units

    Question 36. Micro economics deals with

    (a) the circular flow of income

    (b) the decision making of a single economic variable like demand

    (c) understanding unemployment

    (d) economic growth

    Question  37. Name the drug that is yielded from Cinchona tree and is used to cure malaria.

    (a) Camptothea

    (b) Acuminata

    (c) Quinine

    (d) Cinchonia

    Question  38. When did the US drop the atomic bomb on Japanese city Hroshima?

    (a) 6th August 1945

    (b) 18th July 192

    (c) 26th June 1947

    (d) 11th May 1931

    Question 39. The Great Smog of 1952 was severe air-pollution event which affected _______.

    (a) Paris

    (b) London

    (c) New York

    (d) Delhi

    Question 40. 1-degree of latitude is equal to _______.

    (a) 11 Km

    (b) 211 Km

    (c) 111 Km

    (d) 311 Km

    Question 41. Which city is loecate on the banks of the river Brahmaputra?

    (a) Kanpur

    (b) Srinagar

    (c) Dibrugarh

    (d) Lucknow

    Question 42. Adolf Hitler committed suicide in _______.

    (a) 1915

    (b) 1925

    (c) 1935

    (d) 1945

    Question 43. Humayun (1530 – 1540 AD) was the ruler of which dynasty?

    (a) Nanda

    (b) Mughal

    (c) Maurya

    (d) Haryanka

    Question 44. Blood Circulation was discovered by?

    (a) Mary Anderson

    (b) Virginiia Apgar

    (c) William Harvey

    (d) Robert Feulgen

    Question 45. What are the two kinds of Rotatory motion?

    (a) Spin and Vibrational motion

    (b) Spin and Orbital motion

    (c) Spin and Translatory motion

    (d) Spin and Projectile motion

    Question 46. __________ is the perpendicular distance between point of application of force and axis of rotation.

    (a) Moment arm

    (b) Moment of Inertia

    (c) Altitude

    (d) Base

    Question 47. As per John Locke, an English philosopher and physician, which is not a Natural Right?

    (a) Liberty

    (b) Equality

    (c) Property

    (d) Right to Vote

    Question 48. How many seats are reserved for representatives of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in Lok Sabha?

    (a) 39

    (b) 85

    (c) 109

    (d) 131

    Question 49. The term “Birdie” is related to which game?

    (a) Golf

    (b) Baseball

    (c) Basketball

    (d) Polo

    Question 50. Name the author of the book “All About Women”.

    (a) Priya Kumar

    (b) Taslima Nasreen

    (c) Shobha De

    (d) Geeta Choubey

    Question 51. Profit of Rs 135200 has to be divided three partners Aashay, Bhairav and Chetan in the ration 4:3:6. How much Rs. Does Chetan get?

    (a) 31200

    (b) 41600

    (c) 62400

    (d) 93600

    Question 52. Sum of lengths of all edges of a cube is 84 cm, find its volume?

    (a) 686 cubic cms

    (b) 343 cubic cms

    (c) 171.5 cubic cms

    (d) 514.5 cubic cms

    Question 53. Two numbers are 30% and 60% lesser than a third number. By how much percent is the second number to be enhanced to make it equal to the first number?

    (a) 75 percent

    (b) 42.86 percent

    (c) 30 percent

    (d) 50 percent

    Question 54. Two cars travel from city A to city B at a speed of 30 and 45 km/hr respectively. If one car takes 2.5 hours lesser time than the other car for the journey, then the distance between City A and City B is:

    (a) 270 km

    (b) 338 km

    (c) 180 km

    (d) 225 km

    Question 55. If 7x + 2 ≥ x – 2 and 7 + 2x ≥ + 3x; then x can take which of the following values?

    (a) 5

    (b) 3

    (c) -3

    (d) -5

    Question 56. If (1 + cosA)/(1 – cosA) = x, then x is

    (a) cot2A/(secA – 1)2

    (b) cot2A/(secA + 1)2

    (c) tan2A/(secA + 1)2

    (d) tan2A/(secA – 1)2

    Question 57. There is 40% increase in an amount in 8 years at simple interest. What will be the compound interest of Rs. 36000 after 2 years at the same rate?

    (a) Rs 6150

    (b) Rs 7687.5

    (c) Rs 3690

    (d) Rs 4612.5

    Question 58. Which of the following quadratic equations has real roots?

    (a) 4x2 – 3x + 6 = 0

    (b) 2x2 + 7x + 6 = 0

    (c) x2 – 2 + 4 = 0

    (d) 3x2 – 4x + 3 = 0

    Question 59. If 1 dupatta is offered free on purchase of 4 dupattas priced Rs 1300 each what is the effective discount on each dupatta?

    (a) 66.67 percent

    (b) 20 percent

    (c) 25 percent

    (d) 12.5 percent

    Question 60. The diagonals are congruent in a ______.

    (a) Parallelogram

    (b) Rhombus

    (c) Isosceles trapezium

    (d) Kite

    Question 61. If 9x – 6(3 – x) = 12, then the value of x is

    (a) 2

    (b) 4

    (c) 6

    (d) 9

    Question 62. If x – 2y = 2 and 3x + y = 20, then the value of (x, y) is

    (a) (6, 2)

    (b) (4, 1)

    (c) (3, 2)

    (d) (5, 5)

    Question 63. The area of a rectangle is 120 sq cm and its perimeter 140 cm. What is the length of its diagonal?

    (a) 50 cm

    (b) 30 cm

    (c) 40 cm

    (d) 60 cm

    Question 64. The measures of the four angles of a quadrilateral are in the ratio 3 : 4 : 5 : 6. What is the measure of the biggest angle?

    (a) 120

    (b) 100

    (c) 80

    (d) 60

    Question 65. The average marks of 45 student is shown as 65. It includes a wrong entry of 84 marks instead of 48 marks. The correct average is:

    (a) 65.8 marks

    (b) 67.4 marks

    (c) 62.6 marks

    (d) 64.2 marks

    Question 66. The line passing through point (-3, 1) and point (x, 5) is parallel to the line passing through point (-2, -1) and point (6, 3). What is the value of x?

    (a) -5

    (b) -2

    (c) 2

    (d) 5

    Question 67. A shopkeeper by selling 22 Skechers shoes, earns a profit equal to the selling price of 6 Skechers shoes. His profit percentage is:

    (a) 27.2 percent

    (b) 37.5 percent

    (c) 54.4 percent

    (d) 16.9 percent

    Question 68. If cosA = x, then x is

    (a) √(1 – cos2A)

    (b) √(1 + sin2A)

    (c) √(1 + cos2A)

    (d) √(1 – sin2A)

    Question 69. If cosec 45 – sin 30 = x, then x is

    (a) 5/√3

    (b) (√6 – 1)/√2

    (c) √3+2

    (d) (2√2 – 1)/2

    Question 70. Mayur can complete a work in 27 hours. If he is joined by Jayantika who is 100% more efficient, in what time will they together finish the work?

    (a) 6 hours

    (b) 3 hours

    (c) 9 hours

    (d) 10 hours

    Question 71. The reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocals of 3/8 and 8/11 is:

    (a) 97/24

    (b) 24/97

    (c) 88/97

    (d) 97/88

    Question 72. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

     

    Number of employees

    Annual salary (in lakhs)

    Bonus as percent of annual salary

    Manager

    2

    48

    60%

    Executive

    9

    20

    20%

    Trainee

    2

    4

    10%

    What is the average bonus (in rupees)?

    (a) 944000

    (b) 726154

    (c) 240000

    (d) 332000

    Question 73. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

     

    2011

    2012

    2013

    2014

    2015

    Company A

    2000

    3000

    4000

    3000

    2000

    Company B

    1000

    4000

    3000

    4000

    5000

    Company C

    3000

    1000

    3000

    1000

    2000

    For which of the following pairs of years the total exports from the three Companies together are equal?

    (Note : Figures given are in lakh rupees)

    (a) 2011 & 2013

    (b) 2013 & 2015

    (c) 2011 & 2012

    (d) 2014 & 2012

    Question 74. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

    Year

    Profit or (-Loss in Rs Crore)

    2011

    -15

    2012

    -5

    2013

    -20

    2014

    15

    2015

    20

    What was the total Profit or loss of the company in last 5 years?

    (a) Loss of Rs 15 crores

    (b) Profit or Rs 5 crores

    (c) Profit of Rs 15 crores

    (d) Loss of Rs 5 crores

    Question 75. Refer the below data table and answer the following Question.

    India’s exports in 2015

    Value in million US$

    Jewellery

    1000

    Software

    900

    Cotton

    575

    Stell

    925

    Electronics

    950

    Jewellery was what percent of total exports?

    (a) 25.49 percent

    (b) 27.99 percent

    (c) 20.49 percent

    (d) 22.99 percent

    Question 76. Rearrange the parts of the sentence in correct order.

    Technology for

    P-tracking droughts has

    Q-grown in leaps and bounds

    R-forecasting and

    (a) RQP

    (b) PQR

    (c) RPQ

    (d) QRP

    Question 77. Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

    If you are living in the crowded part of the city then you should be ready to (bear) the noise.

    (a) bear off

    (b) bear away

    (c) bear with

    (d) no imporvement

    Question 78. Select the word with the correct spelling.

    (a) extoled

    (b) couscous

    (c) infernall

    (d) conceriti

    Question 79. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

    based on random choice or personal whim

    (a) auxiliary

    (b) arbitrary

    (c) allegory

    (d) ambulatory

    Question 80. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.

    Wild goose chase

    (a) A hopeless search for something unattainable

    (b) An adventurous trip full of surprises

    (c) To waste a lot of time and effort for small returns

    (d) To have fun doing a certain task

    Question 81. Rearrange the parts of the sentence in correct order.

    The NSG

    P- of nuclear trade, spelt out in its guidelines and trigger-lists

    Q- covering every aspect

    R- has already made its rules,

    (a) QRP

    (b) QPR

    (c) PRQ

    (d) RQP

    Question 82. In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

    Today the cost of living(A)/is so high that many people(B)/find it difficult to make ends meet.(C)/No error(D)

    (a) A

    (b) B

    (c) C

    (d) D

    Question 83. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

    You bet

    (a) Contradicting someone

    (b) Certainly

    (c) Gamble

    (d) Letting others lead

    Question 84. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.

    The workers expected to finish the job.

    (a) The job was expecting to being finished by the workers.

    (b) It was expected that the workers would be finishing the job.

    (c) The job was expected to been finished by the workers.

    (d) It was expected by the workers that they would finish the job.

    Question 85. In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error.

    Vipul has been(A)/suffering from fever(B)/since seven days.(C)/No error(D)

    (a) A

    (b) B

    (c) C

    (d) D

    Question 86. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, select the alternative which is the best substitute of the phrase.

    to slap with one's hand or a flat object

    (a) to spank

    (b) to clobber

    (c) to whip

    (d) to flog Correct

    Question 87. Select the synonym of

    deployment

    (a) bane

    (b) banishment

    (c) stationing

    (d) strategise

    Question 88. Select the antonym of:

    to sue

    (a) to absolve

    (b) to litigate

    (c) to indict

    (d) to solicit

    Question 89. Select the antonym of

    Façade

    (a) frontage

    (b) semblance

    (c) veneer

    (d) reality

    Question 90. Improve the bracketed part of the sentence.

    If you come across new words, you should look (them up) in the dictionary.

    (a) for them

    (b) at them

    (c) them dow

    (d) no improvement

    Question 91. In the following question, sentence given with blank is to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

    Crimes against women are __________ of the deep rooted patriarchal systems of our society.

    (a) indications

    (b) manifestations

    (c) demonstrations

    (d) explanations

    Question 92. In the following question, the sentence given with blank to be filled in with an appropriate word. Select the correct alternative out of the four and indicate it by selecting the appropriate option.

    Three Indian ad agencies have __________ awards at the International competition.

    (a) obtained

    (b) attained

    (c) bagged

    (d) procured

    Question 93. Select the word with the correct spelling.

    (a) deseased

    (b) spedier

    (c) schemata

    (d) unioniest

    Question 94. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best express the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

    Sara answered, 'The photographs are under the drawer".

    (a) Sarah answered the photographs are under the drawer.

    (b) Sarah answered that, that the photographs are under the drawer.

    (c) Sarah answered the photographs were under the drawer.

    (d) Sarah answered that the photographs were under the drawer.

    Question 95. Select the synonym of

    banquet

    (a) fast

    (b) feast

    (c) voracity

    (d) gluttony

    Question 96. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    To begin _________, let us ask __________ such an appellation, assuming it has only positive __________, was ever deserved in a city like Bengaluru. At the risk _________ earning the well-shaped wrath of fellow Bengalureans, let me explain that ______ for a "peacefull" past apart, it would be difficult to assert that "Asia's Silicon Valley" had even a history of toleration of difference.

    To begin _______.

    (a) for

    (b) so

    (c) with

    (d) thus

    Question 97. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    To begin _________, let us ask __________ such an appellation, assuming it has only positive __________, was ever deserved in a city like Bengaluru. At the risk _________ earning the well-shaped wrath of fellow Bengalureans, let me explain that ______ for a "peacefull" past apart, it would be difficult to assert that "Asia's Silicon Valley" had even a history of toleration of difference.

    let us ask _________ such an appellation

    (a) whether

    (b) if

    (c) even if

    (d) in case

    Question 98. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    To begin _________, let us ask __________ such an appellation, assuming it has only positive __________, was ever deserved in a city like Bengaluru. At the risk _________ earning the well-shaped wrath of fellow Bengalureans, let me explain that ______ for a "peacefull" past apart, it would be difficult to assert that "Asia's Silicon Valley" had even a history of toleration of difference.

    assuming it has only positive _________.

    (a) nuances

    (b) hints

    (c) suggestions

    (d) connotations

    Question 99. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    To begin _________, let us ask __________ such an appellation, assuming it has only positive __________, was ever deserved in a city like Bengaluru. At the risk _________ earning the well-shaped wrath of fellow Bengalureans, let me explain that ______ for a "peacefull" past apart, it would be difficult to assert that "Asia's Silicon Valley" had even a history of toleration of difference.

    At the risk ____________ the well-shaped wrath of fellow Bengalureans

    (a) for

    (b) of

    (c) about

    (d) over

    Question 100. In the following passage, some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and select the correct answer for the given blank out of the four alternatives.

    To begin _________, let us ask __________ such an appellation, assuming it has only positive __________, was ever deserved in a city like Bengaluru. At the risk _________ earning the well-shaped wrath of fellow Bengalureans, let me explain that ______ for a "peacefull" past apart, it would be difficult to assert that "Asia's Silicon Valley" had even a history of toleration of difference.

    let me explain that __________ for a “peacefull” past apart

    (a) nostalgia

    (b) remorse

    (c) sentimentality

    (d) memories

    Answer Key

    1

    d

    21

    b

    41

    c

    61

    a

    81

    d

    2

    b

    22

    d

    42

    d

    62

    a

    82

    d

    3

    a

    23

    b

    43

    b

    63

    a

    83

    b

    4

    d

    24

    b

    44

    c

    64

    a

    84

    d

    5

    c

    25

    b

    45

    b

    65

    d

    85

    c

    6

    c

    26

    b

    46

    a

    66

    d

    86

    a

    7

    d

    27

    b

    47

    d

    67

    b

    87

    c

    8

    d

    28

    d

    48

    d

    68

    d

    88

    a

    9

    d

    29

    d

    49

    a

    69

    d

    89

    d

    10

    d

    30

    a

    50

    b

    70

    c

    90

    d

    11

    b

    31

    b

    51

    c

    71

    b

    91

    b

    12

    c

    32

    a

    52

    b

    72

    b

    92

    c

    13

    b

    33

    a

    53

    a

    73

    d

    93

    c

    14

    c

    34

    b

    54

    d

    74

    d

    94

    d

    15

    c

    35

    d

    55

    b

    75

    d

    95

    b

    16

    c

    36

    b

    56

    d

    76

    c

    96

    c

    17

    c

    37

    c

    57

    c

    77

    c

    97

    a

    18

    b

    38

    a

    58

    b

    78

    b

    98

    d

    19

    d

    39

    b

    59

    b

    79

    b

    99

    b

    20

    a

    40

    c

    60

    c

    80

    a

    100

    a

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