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  May 2016
 
  April 2016
 
 
 
 
REASONING THE REASON

LEGAL REASONING

LOGICAL REASONING

ANALYTICAL REASONING

LEGAL REASONING

Principle: Every person is entitled to freedom of conscience and to profess, practice and propagate his religion subject to public order, morality and health.

Factual Situation: A, a Muslim, sacrifices cow on Bakra-Id believing it to be a part of his religious rites. However, there was a law of general prohibition on slaughter of cows.

Decision:

(a)     A cannot be prosecuted as killing of cow on Bakra-Id has the Muslim religious sanction
(b)     A can be prosecuted as the State has a right to regulate the freedom of religion in the interests of public order
(c)     A can be prosecuted as the slaughtering of cow hurts other communities’ religious sentiments
(d)    A can be prosecuted, as the slaughtering of cow is cruelty to animals

The answer is (b).

LOGICAL REASONING

If a programme begins with the weather report, and if one commercial is aired immediately before the sports report and one commercial is aired immediately  after it, the records must be assigned to slots

(a)     1 through 4
(b)     2 through 5
(c)     3 through 6
(d)    4 through 7

The answer is (b)

ANALYTICAL REASONING

A, B, C and D play a game of cards. A says to B “If I give you 8 cards, you will have as many as C has and I shall have 3 less than what C has. Also if I take 6 cards from C, I shall have twice as many as D has.” If B and D together have 50 cards, how many cards has A got?

(a)     27
(b)     23
(c)     37
(d)    40

The answer is (a).

 
 
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