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Arrange sentences A, B, C, D between sentences 1 and 6, to form a logical sequence of six sentences.

1. Once upon a time, the Asiatic lion used to majestically stride across India, from Punjab to MP, Gujarat to Jharkhand.

A. That’s a wondrous and rare conservation triumph.
B. Further afield, its roars could be heard over Iran, Iraq, Syria and lot of Eurasia really.
C. Coming close to extinction in the early 20th century, this big cat now rambles wild only in Gujarat’s Gir sanctuary.
D. In a well governed universe, the architects of such success would lead the way in projects aimed at extending their triumph to new territories.

6. But conservation can’t escape the dystopic governance that overruns the rest of India.

a.) ABCD
b.) BACD
c.) BCAD
d.) DABC


1. A major scientific worry is the impact of GM crops on biodiversity.

A. Release of transgenic varieties leads to monoculture and elimination of traditional varieties.
B. The claim that biodiversity can be protected by setting up gene banks is a proposition that is yet to be tested.
C. Moreover, the current institutional framework has no mechanisms to ensure that GM promoters compensate for any loss to farmers or the environment.
D. So large-scale adoption of GM crops, whose safety and sustainability remain unproven, is a major risk that a poor country like India cannot afford.

6. The sudden decline of the initial euphoria over Bt cotton is a warning that should not be ignored.

a.) BACD
b.) BCAD
c.) ABCD
d.) DABC


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