The constituent phrases of a sentence are jumbled up in question Nos. 1-3.
Select the most appropriate sequence to make the .sentence meaningful.
(i) no law giving effect to the policy of the State towards securing all or any of the principles laid in part IV
(ii) Not withstanding anything contained in Article 13
(iii) And no law containing a declaration that it is for giving effect to such policy shall be called in question in any court on the ground that it does not give effect to such policy
(iv) shall be deemed to be void on the ground that it is inconsistent with or takes away or abridges any of the rights conferred by Article 14 or 19
(i) Neither House shall proceed further with the Bill.
(ii) If he does so, the Houses shall meet accordingly
(iii) But the President may at, any time after the date of his notification summon the house to meet in a joint sitting for the purpose specified in the notification, and
(iv)Where the President has under clause (1) notified his intention of summoning the Houses to meet in a joint sitting.
Substitute the italicized phrases with any of the given choices to express the opposite meaning in the sentences in question numbers 4-6
Identify the part of speech of the italicized words in the given sentences from question numbers 7 to 9
Read the following passage carefully and answer question numbers 10 to 19
Antigone was one of the daughters of Oedipus, that tragic figure of male power who had been cursed by Gods for mistakenly killing his father and subsequently marrying his mother
and assuming the throne of Thebes. After the death of Oedipus civil war broke out and a battle was waged in front of the seventh gate of Thebes-his two sons led opposing factions
and at the height of the battle fought and killed each other. Oedipus' brother, Creon, uncle of Antigone, was now undisputed master of the city. Creon resolved to make an example of the
brother who had fought against him, Polynices, by refusing the right of honourable burial.
The penalty of death was promulgated against any who should defy this order.. Antigone was distraught. Polynices had been left unburied, unwept, a feast of flesh for keen
eyed carrion birds. Antigone asks her sister Ismene, for it was a challenge to her royal blood. "Now it is time to show whether or not you are worthy of your royal blood. Is he not
my brother and yours? Whether you like it or not? I shall never desert him-never!" But Ismene responds, "How could you dare - when Creon has expressly forbidden it? Antigone, we are women, it is not for us to fight against men" With a touch of bitterness, Antigone releases her sister from the obligation to help her, but argues she cannot shrug off the burden. "If I die for it what happiness! Live, if you will live, and defy the holiest of laws of heaven."