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Direction (1-10): The questions below consist of a set of labelled sentences. Out of the four options given, select the most logical order of the sentences to form a coherent paragraph.
P- Fell into the black hole in the first place.
Q- What is now known as Hawking radiation. However, he contended that the radiation would be.
R- In 1974, Stephen Hawking found that matter and energy can escape a black hole through.
S- So scrambled that scientists could never work backwards to understand what.
P- Anthropology and many other current fields are the intellectual results of the comparative methods.
Q- of their subject matters, were beginning to suspect that similarities between animals, languages.
R- Developed in the earlier 19th century. Theorists in such diverse fields as anatomy, linguistics, and Ethnology, making feature-by-feature comparisons.
S- And folkways were the result of processes or laws unknown to them then.
P- The rivers whose courses take them through the western part of the country and towards.
Q- The river system of India. The largest basin system of the rivers pour their waters into the Bay of Bengal; however, some of.
R- The east of the state of Himachal Pradesh empty into the Arabian Sea.
S- Seven major rivers along with their numerous tributaries make up.
P- Noted for its hill stations, particularly Shimla, the summer capital of the British Raj, and Dharmsala.
Q- The next Himalayan Indian state, Himachal Pradesh, lacks very high mountains, but is.
R- The centre of the Tibetan community in exile in India. This area marks the start of the Punjab Himalaya and the Sutlej river.
S- The most easterly of the five tributaries of the Indus, cuts through the range here.
P- Type 2 diabetes, as well as weight gain and obesity.
Q- Short journeys and sitting down to read, talk or listen to music. This type of behavior is thought to increase your risk of.
R- Common examples of sedentary behavior include watching TV, using a computer, using the car for.
S- Developing many chronic diseases, such as heart disease, stroke and.
P- It would be better to speak of uniformities of nature.
Q- Law of nature are not commands but statements of facts.
R- This would do away with elementary fallacy that a law implies a law given.
S- The use of the word law in this context is rather unfortunate.
P- When the game of life is finally over there is no second chance to correct our errors.
Q- Time is a greater equalizer of all mankind.
R- Time offers opportunity but demands a sense of regard.
S- It has taken away the best and the worst of us without regard of either.
P- For that we need people who possess not only high skills but high values as well.
Q- So the need of the hour is not only skill-based education but also value-inspired and value-based education.
R- When we talk of investing in education, a question arises as to what kind of education needs to be given to the youngster.
S- Our aim is to evolve not only an affluent society, but an egalitarian, just, humane and compassionate society.
P- On the earth, liquid forms and solid forms (ice/snow) predominate.
Q- The water cycle has two distinct branches the atmospheric branch and the terrestrial branch.
R- Water plays a versatile role in the functioning of the biosphere.
S- In the atmospheric, water exists mainly in gaseous form.
P- For however elusively, it still knew of harbors and anchors, of homes to which to return, and of barns in which to store the harvest.
Q- The works of the early Renaissance and the poetry of Shakespeare vibrate with the compassion for live experience in danger of dying from exposure and neglect.
R- Yes, it was a genius of courage, not of desperate audacity.
S- In this compassion was the creative genius of the courage.