1. comes, figures
2. arises, adds
3. emerges, combines
4. appeared, combines
1. makeup, realise
2. expression, ascertain
3. emotion, diagnose
4. scars, understand
1. affair, weird
2. activity, moving
3. experience, significant
4. atmosphere, gloomy
1. subordinate, traditions
2. heirs, cliques
3. ancestors, societies
4. heir, traditions
1. India and China.
2. Australia and Mongolia.
3. Cannot be inferred from the passage.
4. Both (1) and (2).
India and China.
1. Medical professionals stressing the health and safety of women.
2. Influx of eastern and southern European immigrants.
3. Control of unlicensed medical practitioners.
4. A tradition of matriarchal control.
Control of unlicensed medical practitioners.
1. The role of MNCs in the sphere of biotechnology and agriculture.
2. The strategy and policies for establishing an IPR regime for Indian agriculture.
3. The relative roles of public and private sectors.
4. Wider concerns about privatisation of research.
The strategy and policies for establishing an IPR regime for Indian agriculture.
1. the mother of an unborn child is suicidal.
2. bearing a child conflicts with a woman's career prospects.
3. the mother becomes pregnant accidentally.
4. none of the above.
none of the above.
1. that the home is a "joint sphere" shared between men and women.
2. that reproduction is a matter of choice for women.
3. that men and women are equal.
4. both (2) and (3).
both (2) and (3).
1. breakthroughs in fundamental research on DNA are accessible by all without any monetaryconsiderations.
2. the fundamental research on DNA has the characteristic of having beneficial effects for the public atlarge.
3. due to the large scale of fundamental research on DNA, it falls in the domain of public sector researchinstitutions.
4. the public and other companies must have free access to such fundamental breakthroughs in research.
breakthroughs in fundamental research on DNA are accessible by all without any monetary