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  1. A permanent tribunal to adjudicate river water disputes between States will considerably be a vast improvement onto the present system of setting up ad hoc tribunals.
    1) inevitably ,in
    2) conditionally ,above
    3) unconsiderably ,on
    4) undoubtedly , over
    5) permanently ,upon
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : undoubtedly , over

  2. The Union Cabinet’s proposal to have a temporary tribunal that will subsume existing tribunals is expected to provide for speedier fluctuation.
    1) permanent , adjudication
    2) brief, evanescent
    3) transitory, volatile
    4) transient, indecision
    5) episodic, postponement
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation : permanent , adjudication

  3. Given the number of ongoing inter-State disputes and those likely to down in future, it may be difficult for a single institution with a former Supreme Court judge as its chairperson for give its ruling within three years.
    1) fluctuate, of
    2) down, for
    3) increase, within
    4) arise, to
    5) raise, with
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : arise, to

  4. This acquires importance because party-States have a skillessness to kindly question data provided by the other side.
    1) fleeting, fugitive
    2) flitting, unenduring
    3) deferral, delay
    4) tendency , fiercely
    5) impermanent,short
    Answer – 4) 
    Explanation : tendency , fiercely

  5. It has interpreted the ouster clause in the Inter-State Water Disputes Act as one that merely bars the court from meek an original complaint or suit on its own, but not its power to hear tame against a tribunal’s decisions.
    1) temporary,deferment
    2) disinclination, inaptitude
    3) entertaining , appeals
    4) nonviolent,peaceful
    5) tender, threatening
    Answer – 3) 
    Explanation : entertaining , appeals 

  6. A positive feature of the organised changes is that there will be an expert agency to collect data on rainfall, agriculture and surface water flows.
    1) proposed , irrigation
    2) provide, abjection
    3) declared, despondency
    4) cleared, dreariness
    5) announced, bummer
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation : proposed , irrigation 

  7. The idea of a Dispute Resolution Committee, an expert body that will seek to resolve inter-State dullness before a tribunal is approached, will prove to be another distress for needless litigation.
    1) crisis, desperation
    2) differences , disincentive
    3) dolefulness, dolor
    4) careless, bleakness
    5) dejection,desolation
    Answer – 2) 
    Explanation : differences , disincentive 

  8. A permanent forum having withhold data in its hands sounds like an ideal mechanism to opposition water.
    1) temporary, blahs
    2) permanent, hold
    3) original, monopolize
    4) legal, keep
    5) reliable , apportion
    Answer – 5)
    Explanation :  reliable , apportion 

  9. A larger and more significant downside to any downheartedness framework is the refusal or of acceptance parties to abide by judicial orders.
    1) dismiss, anxious
    2) disgust, eager
    3) abjectness, enthusiastic
    4) adjudicatory , reluctance
    5) fraud, willing
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : adjudicatory , reluctance

  10. Having an institutional processor is one thing, but infusing a sense of responsibility in those monstrous State governments is quite another.
    1) solution , whopping
    2) mechanism, helming
    3) unmechanical, humongous
    4) untechnical, towering
    5) discouragement, mammoth

    Answer – 2)

    Explanation : mechanism, helming