Choose the option that replaces the underlined part and makes the sentence most appropriate grammatically.
Choose the order of the sentences marked A, B, C, D and E to form logical paragraph.
A She got offers to sing from a number of music directors.
B Consequently, today her name is all over as a popular singer.
C However, she was really reluctant to give auditions, which delayed her entry into the field music.
D Not only was she good looking, she had tremendous talent for music, especially singing.
E. When she did start singing, she made a mark for herself in a short time.
A As indicated by a number of surveys in 2012, Indian employer will have trouble find in highly qualified people.
B This has made it a perennial challenge for HR managers in the days to come.
C India Inc has transformed in to a volatile ground for breeding talent with the amplification of the demand-supply gap.
D This trend is set to continue for the next three years.
E This revelation has come as an eye-opener, as in order to run the game here on, the challenge of a talent crunch will be amongst the foremost snags.
A Studio journalism with five people discussing the fate of the country is certainly an absurd idea.
B As result, media does not do reflection analysis which is the need of the hour to solve issues.
C Electronic media in our country is obviously Delhi - centred.
D Presently, media is good at highlighting issues but not solving them.
E Thus, you do not have reportage from different parts of the country.
Rearrange the jumbled alphabets in the following four options and find the odd words among them