Monthly Archives: May 2015

CSAT DAILY MISSION #83

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow: At a cricket stadium, five men (A,B,C,D, and E) and their five wives (G,H,I,J and K) occupy a row of 10 seats but not necessarily in the same order. The men occupy the odd numbered seats starting from left and each women sits nextRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 31 May 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 31 May 2015

Its a Sunday. So less news today. Enjoy 🙂 The Hindu National Is World Cup killing Indian workers? Govt. for re-promulgation of land ordinance U.P. sues Nestle for excess lead in Maggi Prasar Bharati’s autonomy violated yet again PUCL plea in SC questions delay in implementation Land ordinance: House panel meets, reaches out to States.Read Full Article

CSAT DAILY MISSION #84 CSAT DAILY MISSION #84

Question 1 In a building, there are 250 people staying with 5 people in each family. Of the total families, 70% are Tamilians. 80% of the people in the building are employed. 25% of the employed are Tamil females. The total percentage of number of males and children in Tamil families is 64%. How manyRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 30 May 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 30 May 2015

  There is a lot of news to be covered today as well. Hop on 🙂 The Hindu National Don’t delay appeal, Karnataka told Facing flak, Ministry & IIT-M defend ban on student group P.K. Sinha appointed Cabinet Secretary Fishermen stage ‘sea rally’ Government ‘takes over’ DD News Indian-origin children on top again Scientists deviseRead Full Article

CSAT DAILY MISSION #85 CSAT DAILY MISSION #85

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow: Vultures provide a crucial ecosystem service through the disposal of livestock carcasses, and their loss has had huge socioeconomic impacts across the Indian Subcontinent. Without these scavenging birds of prey, hundreds of thousands of animal carcasses have gone uneaten — left to rot inRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 29 May 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 29 May 2015

Hi folks, too much to read today. One year of the government is complete, and all the political articles ( Modi360) across all newspapers have ended. So now there is a deluge of news , opinions and editorials. So grab your tea, because today reading the newspaper is going to take a while. And leaveRead Full Article

CSAT DAILY MISSION #86 CSAT DAILY MISSION #86

Study the following information and answer the questions that follow: Rahul, Kartik, Adarsh and Jacob are students of a school. Three of them stay far from the school and one near it. Two study in class IV, one in class V and one in class VI. They study Hindi, Science, Maths and Social Science. OneRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 28 May 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 28 May 2015

The Hindu National Relief for Greenpeace, can operate 2 accounts: says Supreme Court. The govt has earlier complained that Greenpeace has been mixing its domestic  donations and foreign donations, and creepily violating govt. regulations on accepting donations from abroad. India denies pressuring Swedish paper – The govt has denied that it pressurised Swedish paper from retractingRead Full Article

Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 27 May 2015 Newspaper Must Read Articles of The Day– 27 May 2015

The Hindu National AAP seeks amendment to Constitution: In a historic request, AAP legislators have raised the issue of MLAs getting powers to impeach Governors and LG! No ATF tax cut, but 5/20 rule may go: Raju – Exempting aviation turbine fuel (ATF) from taxes is a difficult thing to do, but the infamous 5/20 ruleRead Full Article

CSAT DAILY MISSION #87 CSAT DAILY MISSION #87

Question 1 During a week of rainy season, the rainfall during a week was analysed. The average rainfall from Sunday to Friday was 0.8 cm. However the average rainfall for the whole week was 1 cm. What was the rainfall on Saturday? (A) 1.9 cm (B) 2.1 cm (C) 2.2 cm (D) 2.3 cm QuestionRead Full Article