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Nearly a month after the first skirmishes on the LAC between Indian and Chinese soldiers were reported, the situation on the ground still appears to be A. While there has been no official explanation of what has happened there since May 5, the day the first clash at Pangong Tso (lake) was reported, there is enough information to B that this is the most serious such standoff India and China have seen in years. As reported by The Hindu, sources say that the number of Chinese soldiers, the aggression with which they have dealt with Indian soldiers, as well as the number of points of conflict, indicate strategised action by Chinese commanders. X**While both governments have been careful to keep(a)/ the tone of its comments sober, the (b)/fact that both sides have repeatedly mentioned that talks(c)/ are on is also proof of an ongoing situation(d). A full de-escalation will C soldiers being able to return to their normal LAC patrols, something military officers say will probably need a high-level political intervention and for the Indian side, an insistence that Chinese soldiers, who appear to have been the aggressors, returning to positions they previously held.

In the midst of these sensitive negotiations, the interventions by the U.S. come as D distractions. The first comment, last week, by a then senior State Department official, accusing China of being an aggressor on several fronts and posing a “threat” to its neighbours, was followed by President Donald Trump’s offer, this week, to mediate between Delhi and Beijing. Neither comment appears to have been made in consultation with India. India has made it clear that it will not accept Mr. Trump’s offer and has denied his claim that he spoke to Prime Minister Modi on the issue. The government’s first priority now must be to E the current standoff, and then for its senior officials to enter serious talks on LAC demarcation. Given all the new infrastructure being built by India, it may also be necessary to negotiate new border management protocols that were last updated in 2013. The government must also investigate how a big build-up of Chinese soldiers was not acted upon earlier. Beyond this, it must make a full assessment of just what China’s final aims are: is the summer CONFLAGRATION meant to deflect attention from Beijing’s current problems over the coronavirus pandemic, to deter India from its infrastructural push for roads and bridges to connect its northern frontiers all the way to the Karakoram pass, or to “remind” New Delhi of its geographical vulnerabilities as it CONTEMPLATES a closer maritime relationship in the Indo-Pacific with the U.S.? In all three scenarios, the first steps for the government would be to publicly clarify the seriousness of the situation at the LAC, and to build consensus around its plans for a firm pushback and an assertion of its position along the disputed line.

Direction (1-5) –In the given passage, some words have been omitted. Choose the words that make the passage meaningful.

 

Q1. Select the word that can be filled in the blank A to make the passage meaningful.
a)entailed
b)slacked
c)tense
d)mystified
e)forfeited

Q2. Select the word that can be filled in the blank B to make the passage meaningful.
a)estimate
b)amplify
c)generate
d)venerate
e)conclude

Q.3 Select the word that can be filled in the blank C to make the passage meaningful.

a) curtail

b)entail

c)match

d)showcase

e)regulate

Q4. Select the word that can be filled in the blank D to make the passage meaningful.

a)convenient
b)agitated
c)lenient
d)inopportune
e)opportune

Q5. Select the word that can be filled in the blank E to make the passage meaningful.

a)tarnish
b)tape
c)consulate
d)Promulgate
e)end

Q6. According to the passage, which of the following statements are correct?

A. Border management protocols were last updated in 2014.

B. On May 5 the first clash at Pangong Tso (lake) was reported

C.President Donald Trump’s offered, this week, to mediate between Delhi and Beijing.

a)Only A is correct
b)Only Bis correct
c)Only C is correct
d)B and C are correct
e)A and B are correct

Q7.According to the passage ,what was the first comment, last week, by a then senior State Department official of USA?

A.He accused India of being an aggressor on several fronts and posing a “threat” to its neighbours

B. He accused North Korea of being an aggressor on several fronts and posing a “threat” to its neighbours

C.He accused China of being an aggressor on several fronts and posing a “threat” to its neighbours

a)Only A is correct

b)Only B is correct

c)only C is correct

d)B and C are correct

e)A and C are correct

 

Q8. Choose the word which correctly represents the word/phrase given below.

CONTEMPLATE

a)consider
b)remit
c)augment
d)struggle
e)salvage

Q9. Choose the word which correctly represents the word/phrase given below.

CONFLAGRATION

a)inferno
b)hegemony
c)deprivation
d)hapless
e)provocation

Q10. Sentence X of the passage has been divided into four parts.One or two of these parts contain errors .Choose the parts as your answer.Mark ‘no error’ as your answer if there is no error in the sentence.

1)a

2)b

3)c

4)d

5) No error

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