1. Consider the following statements regarding the Anticipatory Bail:

  1. Anticipatory bail is a direction to release a person on bail, issued even before the person is arrested.
  2. It is only issued by the High Court and Supreme Court.
  3. Anticipatory bail is not granted for the persons who are arrested under the SCs and STs (prevention of Atrocities) Act.

Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?


2. With reference to India, consider the following statements: 

  1. When a prisoner makes out a sufficient case, parole cannot be denied to such prisoner because it becomes a matter of his/her right. 
  2. State Governments have their own Prisoners Release on Parole Rules.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct? 


3. Consider the following statements regarding the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC):

  1. A Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) is set up only to examine a particular bill presented before the Parliament.
  2. The JPC is an ad-hoc body.
  3. It is set up for a given period of time and is aimed at addressing a specific issue.

Which of the statement(s) given above is/are not correct?


4. Consider the following statements:

  1. Green spaces or recreational area is a process which transforms the natural landscape by direct human-induced land use such as settlements, commercial and economic uses and forestry activities. 
  2.  The Land use change in the urban areas signifies the planning and development of the urban areas along with provision for the forest, wildlife, scrub grass, wetlands, river catchment and buffer areas.

Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?


5. Identify the country/group based on the below statements: 

  1. India had a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement with it since 2011.
  2. We conducted the inaugural session of “Veer Guardian” exercise with them in 2023.
  3. India has a clean energy partnership, and a nuclear deal with them.



6. Which of the statements are true regarding Convalescent Plasma Therapy? 

  1. It has been designated as the best cure for the Covid-19 infections.
  2. It includes transfusion of only the plasma part of the blood into the patient.
  3. The donor must have in the past been infected and should have recovered from the disease.
  4. It can be used only for the treatment of infectious diseases.



7. Which of the below statements are true? 

  1. The tighter monetary policy is implemented to reduce the inflation in the markets.
  2. It is associated with a reduction in the short-term interest rates by the central banks.
  3. In India, increasing the Cash Reserve Ratio is an example of tight monetary policy.



8. In context to the International Criminal Court (ICC), consider the following:

  1. ICC is governed by an international treaty called ‘The Rome Statute’.
  2. The International Criminal Court under the United Nations mainly hears disputes between nations.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


9. In context to the types of Bails in India, consider the following :

  1. For Regular bail, a person can file an application under Section 437 and 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), 1973.
  2. Interim bail is granted for a temporary and short period by the Court.
  3. Anticipatory bail is issued only by the Sessions Court and High Court.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


10. In context to the Gulf of Mannar, consider the following :

  1. It is an inlet of the Indian Ocean, between southwestern India and eastern Maldives.
  2. It is bounded to the northeast by Rameswaram (island) and Adam’s (Rama’s) Bridge (a chain of shoals).
  3. It is noted for its pearl banks and sacred chank.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


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