Fill in the Blanks Set – 49

Directions: Pick out the most appropriate pair of words to complete the given sentences.

Q1. The draft Bill has __ modified the earlier Bill and suggested various measures to fortify the use of uncontaminated DNA samples for investigation __ and for identifying missing persons.
A) mainly, objectives
B) significantly, targets
C) substantially, purposes
D) abstractly, motives
E) None of these

Answer

Option C

Q2. The salient features of the recommendations __ the constitution of a statutory body called the DNA __ board and a DNA data bank.
A) include, profiling
B) bar, ignore
C) keep, alineate
D) debar, propel
E) None of these

Answer

Option A

Q3. The data bank will primarily store DNA profiles received from the __ laboratories and maintain certain __ for various categories of data such as crime scene index.
A) exploded, records
B) counterfeit, catalouge
C) confidential, concord
D) accredited, indices
E) None of these

Answer

Option D

Q4. The DNA profiles __ be shared with and by foreign governments or government organisations or agencies only for the purposes __ in the Act.
A) will, general
B) shall, enumerated
C) will, specific
D) shall, broad
E) None of these

Answer

Option B

Q5. With India’s economic growth __ in the last couple of years, the government has been casting about for ways to __ the economy.
A) resolute, arouse
B) alacrity, excite
C) faltering, galvanise
D) certitude, stimulate
E)  None of these

Answer

Option C

Q6. The government seems to have realised that a simpler, more effective remedy is at hand: __ public sector banks (PSBs) and __ the flow of credit.
A) recapitalising, attrition
B) recapitalising, attenuating
C) recapitalising, alarming
D) recapitalising, enhancing
E) None of these

Answer

Option D

Q7. To understand the __ of bank recapitalisation, we need a little __ on bank capital.
A) significance, primer
B) moment, defuse
C) triviality, codicil
D) levity, separate
E) None of these

Answer

Option A

Q8. Some observers __ the __ in credit growth to poor demand.
A) diminish, pace
B) abrogate, prompt
C) absolve,  punctual
D) ascribe, deceleration
E) None of these

Answer

Option D

Q9. There have certainly been cases of __ and poor __ of credit.
A) delinquency, castigate
B) malfeasance, appraisal
C) misconduct, criticize
D) fault, babble
E) None of these

Answer

Option B

Q10. Following the global financial crisis of 2007, sectors to which PSBs were __ came to be __ in ways that could not have been entirely foreseen.
A) sheltered, clashed
B) compensated, crashed
C) gaurded, adverted
D) exposed, impacted
E) None of these

Answer

Option D

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