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I. Rearrange the following sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the following questions .

A. Credit-rating agency Crisil’s latest report on bad loans explains why.
B. Without such guarantee against present managers having to face the music for past decisions, they would sit tight.
C. That is why the RBI has to step in.
D. The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has reportedly asked why the RBI needs to issue directions to banks to initiate bankruptcy proceedings against defaulters.
E. Bankers would be loath to go ahead with haircuts unless they are assured against sleuths of the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate charging them with causing loss to the exchequer.
F. It estimates that banks will have to take a haircut of about 60%, worth Rs 2.4 lakh crore, to resolve the top 50 stressed assets adding up to Rs 4 lakh crore.

  1. Which would be the Second sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.B
    2.A
    3.D
    4.C
    5.E
    Answer – 2.A

  2. Which would be the Fifth sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.B
    2.A
    3.E
    4.C
    5.D
    Answer – 1.B

  3. Which would be the First sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.B
    2.A
    3.C
    4.D
    5.E
    Answer – 4.D

  4. Which would be the Third sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.E
    2.D
    3.A
    4.F
    5.B
    Answer – 4.F

  5. Which would be Fourth sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.F
    2.D
    3.C
    4.A
    5.E
    Answer – 5.E

    II. Rearrange the following sentences in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the following questions.

    A. Thus, even if a right to privacy exists, it would not be an absolute right, but allow similar constraints.
    B. As Abhishek Manu Singhvi argues in the current issue of ET Magazine, India is party to international conventions that uphold the right to privacy, making it a part of the country’s jurisprudence until a specific piece of legislation explicitly contravenes it.
    C. The right to free speech and assembly are fundamental rights, but subject to conditions.
    D. The ongoing hearing before a nine-member bench of the Supreme Court on the right to privacy should focus more on the conditions that would warrant its infraction than on its constitutional validity.
    E. Hate speech or child pornography would not pass muster and a mob gathering to lynch someone would be unlawful, not an exercise of the fundamental right to assemble.

  6. Which is the Fourth sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.E
    2.A
    3.B
    4.C
    5.D
    Answer – 1.E

  7. Which is the First sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.C
    2.B
    3.E
    4.A
    5.D
    Answer – 5.D

  8. Which is the Fifth sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.B
    2.A
    3.C
    4.E
    5.D
    Answer – 2.A

  9. Which is the Second sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.E
    2.A
    3.C
    4.B
    5.D
    Answer – 4.B

  10. Which is the Third sentence after Rearrangement?
    1.A
    2.C
    3.D
    4.B
    5.E
    Answer – 2.C

    Correct Sequence – 1
    A. The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has reportedly asked why the RBI needs to issue directions to banks to initiate bankruptcy proceedings against defaulters.
    B. Credit-rating agency Crisil’s latest report on bad loans explains why.
    C. It estimates that banks will have to take a haircut of about 60%, worth Rs 2.4 lakh crore, to resolve the top 50 stressed assets adding up to Rs 4 lakh crore.
    D. Bankers would be loath to go ahead with haircuts unless they are assured against sleuths of the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Directorate charging them with causing loss to the exchequer.
    E. Without such guarantee against present managers having to face the music for past decisions, they would sit tight.
    F. That is why the RBI has to step in.

    Correct Sequence – 2
    A. The ongoing hearing before a nine-member bench of the Supreme Court on the right to privacy should focus more on the conditions that would warrant its infraction than on its constitutional validity.
    B. As Abhishek Manu Singhvi argues in the current issue of ET Magazine, India is party to international conventions that uphold the right to privacy, making it a part of the country’s jurisprudence until a specific piece of legislation explicitly contravenes it.
    C. The right to free speech and assembly are fundamental rights, but subject to conditions.
    D. Hate speech or child pornography would not pass muster and a mob gathering to lynch someone would be unlawful, not an exercise of the fundamental right to assemble.
    E. Thus, even if a right to privacy exists, it would not be an absolute right, but allow similar constraints.