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  1. It also has implications for India’s Pakistan’s policy which_________stuck in a cul-de-sac after the Pathankot attacks despite PM Modi’s personal________to Nawaz Sharif with his surprise Lahore visit last year.
    1) cease, inferior
    2) depart, fall behind
    3) remains, outreach
    4) decamp, be inferior
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation : remains, outreach

  2. The non-Congress formations at the Centre were_______by socialists who subscribed to the same_______instinct.
    1) concerned, narrow
    2) indifferent, incomprehensive
    3) different, exclusive
    4) dominated, inclusive
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : dominated, inclusive

  3. When Hindutva showed its inflexibility on first principles, these________broke nationally three times. At the state level, it_______more often.
    1) disunion, pass by
    2) alliances, happened
    3) antagonism, lose
    4) discord, miss
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation : alliances, happened 

  4. The public would have benefited from knowing what the_______of the people have to say on the drought situation as it has________in their areas.
    1) uncharacteristic, undetailed
    2) different, uncomplicated
    3) atypical, sparing
    4) representatives, unfolded
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : representatives, unfolded

  5. Their views and suggestions, extending to criticism of government_______, would have provided valuable inputs for dealing with a crisis that calls for both_______and long-term responses.
    1) withhold, never
    2) measures, immediate
    3) frustrate, eventually
    4) refuse, later
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation : measures, immediate

  6. While activist judges and PIL-filing NGOs have done a_________job in recent times in taking up public__________, they cannot substitute for elected representatives.
    1) stellar, causes
    2) inessential, contrecoup
    3) minor, residual
    4) secondary, residue
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation : stellar, causes

  7. We can accurately accuse these regional parties of hypocrisy. But it is true that they have never actively_______to Hindutva because they feel repelled by its_______, majoritarian thrust.
    1) sold, martial
    2) unsold, invading
    3) subscribed, aggressive
    4) unsold, intrusive
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation : subscribed, aggressive

  8. State secularism was a top-down_______on the Hindu upper class which was never________about it.
    1) quality, doubting
    2) state, disinterested
    3) position, apathetic
    4) imposition, enthusiastic
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : imposition, enthusiastic

  9. The decay of the Congress has produced a predictable, observable effect. It has________our majoritarian instinct, exposing it to the world, from which it had been________.
    1) reported, exposed
    2) revealed, hidden
    3) debut, bare
    4) get out, exhibited
    Answer – 2)
    Explanation : revealed, hidden

  10. For a detailed discussion on how these new revelations will impact the India-Pakistan________see TOI’s video chat with foreign policy expert Dhruva Jaishankar,________at Brookings India Centre.
    1) equation, fellow
    2) comparison, enemy
    3) equalization, accusation
    4) statement, contender
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation : equation, fellow