Find the Odd Statement -Set 6


Find the Odd Statement -Set 6

Dear Aspirants

We are here with new set of questions series based on “Find the Odd Statement”. These type of questions are important as they have been previously asked in SBI PO exams held last year. In these type of questions you need to find out the odd statement out of 4 statements. The odd statement has a cause or Effect or situation which is not similar to that of other statements.

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Directions (Q1-5): Four statements are given below, labeled A, B, C and D. Among these, some statements are in logical order and form coherent paragraph. From the given options a), b), c), d) and e), choose the option the does not fit into the theme of the paragraph.

1. A. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assurance to visiting Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of an “early resolution” to the Teesta water dispute has firmly brought the elephant in the room to the fore.
B. Both governments would do well to understand the advice hidden in Sheikh Hasina’s message during a speech where she praised “all parties and all politicians” for coming together and clearing the land boundary agreement (LBA), to swap enclaves India and Bangladesh held in each other’s territory, in 2015.
C. Mr. Modi’s statement, made in the presence of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, has been widely welcomed.
D. The holdout is clearly political; hence the resolution will only come from political dialogue, and must be forged quickly.
E. It defined both India’s commitment to the Teesta water-sharing agreement and the Central government’s commitment to working with the West Bengal government to conclude the agreement for which the framework was initialled in 2011.
a) E
b) B
c) A
d) C
e) All fits to paragraph

2). A. Ever since the country adopted the new post-monarchy Constitution in September 2015, Madhesi parties have been demanding a redrawing of federal boundaries to reflect the fact that the community, residents of the Terai area, and other minority groups are in a majority in some new provinces.
B. The boycott decision came after the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre)-led government tabled fresh amendments to the Constitution in Parliament.
C. With Madhesi parties deciding to boycott local polls scheduled for May 14, Nepal is heading for another political crisis.
D. The government led by CPN(M-C) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, with the Nepali Congress part of the coalition, came to power in 2016 on the promise of accommodating these demands to the extent possible and forging a reasonable consensus across the political spectrum.
E. Local elections are seen as a way to allow for a much-needed administrative presence everywhere, but this cannot happen without the participation of all political forces, especially Madhesis.
a) B
b) D
c) E
d) A
e) None of these

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Test: Bnk_Eng_Odd-Stmt-Out_Set6

3). A. An enterprising owner has built a maze of sorts to create a longer walking distance from a highway to his bar.
B. The liquor trade, as the Supreme Court has emphasised, is indeed res extra commercium, something outside the idea of commerce.
C. The point was cited by the court while ordering that liquor sales be prohibited within 500 metres from national and State highways.
D. It exists solely at the discretion of policymakers without any concomitant fundamental right that other businesses enjoy.
E. In a different sense, it only underscores how much the executive is, and ought to be, involved in policy-making on the subject.
a) D
b) A
c) C
d) E
e) None of these

4). A. The State cabinet also decided to waive loans worth Rs.6,000 crore extended to small and marginal farmers that had turned into non-performing assets.
B. Chairing his first cabinet meeting after taking over the reins in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath approved a write-off on outstanding farmer loans of up to Rs.1 lakh taken before March 31, 2016.
C. The Madras High Court has clearly reached into the the domain of the executive.
D. There was no mention of a bigger plan to ramp up the farm sector, in which U.P. invested just 2.3% of total expenditure in 2016-17 — one of the lowest rates across major States.
E. Together, this package, aimed at fulfilling the Bharatiya Janata Party’s election promise, will cost the exchequer about Rs.36,000 crore.
a) B
b) E
c) A
d) C
e) None of these

5). A. Her end of the conversation was not put out, and the channel reported that it had got the tape directly from the woman.
B. A new Malayalam television channel, Mangalam TV, had debuted on March 26 with a splash.
C. The matter is now under a judicial inquiry, but the resignation recently of a minister in the Kerala government turns the spotlight once again on the tricky journalistic terrain of the sting operation.
D. The ethics of sting operations is among the most fiercely debated issues in journalism.
E. It broadcast an audio recording allegedly of the then Transport Minister of Kerala, A.K. Saseendran, purportedly seeking sexual favours from a woman who had come to him for assistance.
a) D
b) B
c) A
d) C
e) All fits to paragraph


1. e         2. c         3. b       4. d        5. a

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