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- The proposed law ought to be seen as a___________restriction on the right to practise and___________one’s religion under Article 25 of the Constitution.
1) exaggerated, doubtful
2) reasonable ,propagate
3) egregious, provoked4) disregard, dolefulAnswer – 2)
Explanation: reasonable ,propagate
- While district judges of sufficient seniority and in the relevant age group are readily available for___________, there may be some unease about how___________ advocates and not others come to be considered.
1) exorbitant, hesitant2) inordinate, legalize
3) extravagant, declined
4) consideration, certainAnswer – 4)
Explanation: consideration, certain
- The death warrant was___________as a result of a Public Interest Litigation petition by an animal rights activist, which argued that the tigress’s behaviour had been forged by illegal human___________into her territory.
1) overturned ,intrusion
2) towering, defense3) profligate, resistance
4) intemperate, enactAnswer – 1)
Explanation: overturned ,intrusion
- This is the latest in a series of___________where forest departments have gone against the advice of conservation researchers; the fact that they were arm-twisted into doing so by animal-lovers makes it even more___________.
1) heedlessness, domiciliary
2) undue, retreat
3) instances ,worrisome
4) overindulgent, submissiveAnswer – 3)
Explanation: instances ,worrisome
- Translocating a large carnivore as a response to___________does not work, Large predators need a certain prey___________and are territorial, and they would tend to find their way back, even over hundreds of kilometres, to their original habitat.
1) dizzying, subdued
2) enormous, shelter
3) conflict ,density
4) omission, devotedAnswer – 3)
Explanation: conflict ,density
- It is not___________to characterise this as just an ‘anti-superstition bill’, as what it seeks to prohibit are actions that offend human dignity, result in the exploitation of gullible and___________people or cause harm to them.
1) accurate ,vulnerable
2) thoughtlessness, sedentary
3) legalize, sustenance
4) ratify, tranquilAnswer – 1)
Explanation: accurate ,vulnerable
- Organising macabre rituals, offering magical cures and threatening people, under___________of incurring divine or supernatural displeasure, are covered by this law, even though these can be treated as___________under the Indian Penal Code too
1) uphold, sparsity
2) peril ,offences
3) bouncer, inadequacy4) guardian, scantnessAnswer – 2)
Explanation: peril ,offences
- It is not clear if it has made much___________in eliminating blind faith, but it must strengthen the hands of people willing to take on social practices___________in ignorance and unreason.
1) picket, rareness
2) warden, paucity
3) headway ,steeped
4) shepherd, scantinessAnswer – 3)
Explanation: headway ,steeped
- Mere legislation is not enough to eradicate___________from society, but laws do have the utility value of curbing the prevalence of___________rituals and practices.
1) superstition ,inhuman
2) chaperone, barren3) sentry, parched
4) escort, thirstyAnswer – 1)
Explanation: superstition ,inhuman
- A 2011 study in Maharashtra showed that moving leopards from one region to another to reduce attacks on___________only increased attacks on humans, To translocate a tiger in response to man-eating behaviour is___________.
1) chaser, moisturizes2) ward, rigid
3) custodian, defense
4) livestock ,absurdAnswer – 4)
Explanation: livestock ,absurd