These questions are based on the data given below. Mill, John, Rad and Pam are four executives of a company. Each of them must visit exactly two of the eight cities – Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Bhopal and Jaipur and each city is visited by only one person. Rad does not visit Mumbai and Delhi, while Pam does not visit Kolkata and Hyderabad. John does not visit Bhopal and Jaipur, whereas Mill does not visit Bangalore and Chennai. Jaipur and Bangalore are visited neither by John nor Rad. If Rad does not visit Chennai and Hyderabad and Pam visits Chennai, then which of the following could be true

1.  John visits Hyderabad and Mumbai

2.  Mill visits Kolkata, but does not visit Jaipur

3.  Rad visits Bhopal and Bangalore

4.  Mill visits Delhi and Bhopal

4

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

These questions are based on the data given below. Mill, John, Rad and Pam are four executives of a company. Each of them must visit exactly two of the eight cities – Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Bhopal and Jaipur and each city is visited by only one person. Rad does not visit Mumbai and Delhi, while Pam does not visit Kolkata and Hyderabad. John does not visit Bhopal and Jaipur, whereas Mill does not visit Bangalore and Chennai. Jaipur and Bangalore are visited neither by John nor Rad. If John visits Hyderabad and Chennai, then all the following could be true, except

1.  Pam visits Mumbai

2.  Rad visits Bhopal and Bangalore

3.  Mill visits Delhi

4.  Delhi is visited by Pam, who does not visit Hyderabad

4

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

These questions are based on the data given below. Mill, John, Rad and Pam are four executives of a company. Each of them must visit exactly two of the eight cities – Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mumbai, Bhopal and Jaipur and each city is visited by only one person. Rad does not visit Mumbai and Delhi, while Pam does not visit Kolkata and Hyderabad. John does not visit Bhopal and Jaipur, whereas Mill does not visit Bangalore and Chennai. Jaipur and Bangalore are visited neither by John nor Rad. If Rad visits Hyderabad and Bhopal then all the following could be true, except Mumbai is vistedneither by Pam or by Mill and Jaipur is not visited by Mill.

1.  Kolkata is visited by Mill

2.  Pam is visiting Jaipur and Bangalore

3.  Hyderabad is visited by Mill

4.  John is visiting Chennai and Mumbai

4

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

Concerns about the trade-off between growth and inflation are dogging the Malaysian economy. The government has outlined steps to curb inflationary pressures while sustaining economic growth at a lower rate. Which of the following, if true, would confirm that the Malaysian government has taken a sub-optimal approach to solving its problem

1.  Inflationary pressure have been known to ebb after periodic spurt

2.  Several countries have managed to sustain high growth in the economy even as supply-side measures were used to douse inflationary pressure

3.  There is a need to curb inflation because inflation hurts the poor the most

4.  Investments in the Malaysian economy will slow down if the government pursues a low growth policy

4

Several countries have managed to sustain high growth in the economy even as supply-side measures were used to douse inflationary pressure

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

Brooke Bond Lipton is India’s No.1 Foods and Beverages company with annual sales of almost ` 2000 crores. It has state of art manufacturing facilities in instant coffee, tomato processing and frozen desserts. Which of the following, if true, will show that the conclusion drawn above is unwarranted

1.  Godrej Foods has investments of more than `2000 crores in its business

2.  India’s food market is fragmented with a very large unorganized sector

3.  Kellogs Foods sold cereals worth ` 1500 crores last year. It also sold other foods worth`600 crore last year

4.  Brooke Bond Lipton’s manufacturing facilities cannot be compared with international food processing plants

4

Kellogs Foods sold cereals worth ` 1500 crores last year. It also sold other foods worth`600 crore last year

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

Coalition government is headed by Atal Bihari Vajpayee, which consists BJP. Its allies and other small groups is likely to take office at the centre in the next few days, though the NF-left was also making efforts yesterday to put together the required numbers by splitting the Congress. Which of the following, if true, would most damage the author’s prediction

1.  The Congress was split in a leadership row

2.  The NF-Left won enough seats in Bihar and UP had bridge the required gap and attain a simple majority

3.  Some of the BJP allies decide to sit in opposition

4.  The Congress remained stable but the NF-left split and one splinter group decided to support the Congress

4

The NF-Left won enough seats in Bihar and UP had bridge the required gap and attain a simple majority

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

The price of a colour TV in Hyderabad is ` 500 less than that in Nizamabad for the BPL brand. Service is provided at all locations directly by the company. The above statement, if true, points to which of the following as the best course of action for a resident of Nizamabad who wants to buy a BPL TV

1.  A person should be BPL TVs in Hyderabad and sell them in Nizamabad

2.  A person should not buy any of the brands of TVs sold in Nizamabad

3.  A person from Nizamabad should buy his BPLTV in Hyderabad if he can transport it to Nizamabad for less than ` 500

4.  It is better to buy the BPL TV from Bombay where the price is ` 700 less than that in Nizamabad.

4

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

Five people Pradeep, Qutub, Raj, Sandy and Tej are in a row. Raj sits to the immediate right of Tej. If Pradeep and Qutub have only two persons sitting between them, which of the following must be true

1.  Pradeep is at one extreme end of the row

2.  Qutab is sitting beside Pradeep

3.  Tej or Raj must be at one extreme end of the row

4.  Sandy must be at one of the ends of the row

4

Sandy must be at one of the ends of the row

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

Ajay, Anil, Amar and Alok appear for a race which has three rounds. No two persons got the same position in any round. In 1st, 2nd and 3rd rounds Anil, Amar and Ajay got the first position respectively. Each of Amar’s and Alok’s positions did not change in the first and the third rounds. Alok is placed two positions higher in the second round compared to the first round and he is always one position behind Amar. Which of the following statements gives the positions of all the found people in three rounds

1.  Ajay got the 3rd position in the second round.

2.  Anil got the 2nd position in the 3rd round.

3.  Alok got the 2nd position in the second round.

4.  None of the above

4

Ajay got the 3rd position in the second round.

Explanation :
No Explanation available for this question

1.  leshsrench

2.  ochhapl

3.  haploch

4.  haplresbo

4