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For questions 6 & 7 go through the following passage.

The Yoga system is divided into two principal parts -- Hatha and Raja Yoga. Hatha Yoga deals principally with the physiological part of man with a view to establish his health and train his will.The processes prescribed to arrive at this end are so difficult that only a few resolute souls go through all the stages of its practice. Many have failed and some have died in the attempt. It is therefore strongly denounced by all the philosophers. The most illustrious Shankaracharya has remarked in his treatise called Aparokshanubhuti that "the system of Hatha Yoga was intended for those whose worldly desires are not pacified or uprooted."

6. Which one of the following, if true, most substantially strengthens the idea given in the passage?

 A. The percentage of people in a given ashram practicing Raja Yoga is more than the percentage
of people practicing Hatha Yoga.
 
 B. The number of people in a given ashram practicing Raja Yoga is more that the number of
people practicing Hatha Yoga.

 C. The number of Yoga schools teaching Raja Yoga is more than the number of Yoga schools
teaching Hatha Yoga.

 D. The number of teachers teaching Raja Yoga is more than the number of teachers teaching
Hatha Yoga.

 E. The percentage of students who have successfully learnt Raja Yoga is more than the
percentage of students who have successfully learnt Hatha Yoga.

7. Which of the following option best reflects Shankaracharyas comments on Hatha Yoga?

 A. Hatha Yoga is for those whose worldly desires are not placated.

 B. Hatha Yoga has disastrous consequences for Yoga practitioners.
 
 C. Practiced under the guidance of experts, Hatha Yoga is better than Raja Yoga for some people.

 D. Raja Yoga gives better results and in a shorter time period for most people, and therefore it
should be encouraged.

 E. Hatha Yoga is ill-suited for people with strong worldly desires.

Analyse the following passage and provide and appropriate answer of the questions 8
through 10 that follow.

The greens success has clear policy implications, especially on issues of nuclear power,ecological tax reform, and citizenship rights. But success also has implications for parties themselves. Greens have always faced a unique „strategic conundrum arising from their unique beliefs and movement roots. Put simply, how can they reconcile their radical alternative politics with participation in mainstream or „grey parliamentary and government structures? Throughout the 1990s most parties shed their radical cloth in an attempt to capture votes, even at the expense of party unity and purity. Most were rewarded with electoral success well beyond what had been imaginable in the 1980s. The price to pay has been tortured internal debates about strategy, and new questions about green party identity and purpose. Today the key questions facing green parties revolve around not whether to embrace power, but what to do with it. More specifically,green parties face three new challenges in the new millennium: first, how to carve out a policy niche as established parties and governments become wiser to green demands, and as green concerns themselves appear more mainstream. Second, how to make green ideas beyond the confines of rich industrialised states into Eastern Europe and the developing world where green parties remain marginal and environmental problems acute. Third, how to ensure that the broader role of green parties- as consciousness raisers, agitators, conscience of parliament and politics- isnot sacrificed on the altar of electoral success. Green parties have come a long way since their emergence and development in the 1970s and 1980s. They have become established players able to shape party competition, government formation, and government policy. But this very establishment carries risk for a party whose core values and identities depend mightily on their ability to challenge the conventional order, to agitate and to annoy. For most green parties, the greatest fear is not electoral decline so much as the prospect of becoming a party with parliamentary platform, ministerial voice, but nothing to say.

8. Which out of the following is closest in meaning to the first three challenges mentioned in the
paragraph?

 A. Niche of green parties is being eroded by mainstream parties.

 B. Green parties are finding it difficult to find new strategy.

 C. Green parties have become stronger over a period of time.

 D. Some green parties are becoming grey.

 E. Non green parties are becoming less relevant than green parties.

9. Which of the following is the most important point that author highlights?

 A. Challenges before green parties to change their strategy from green activism to green
governance.

 B. How should green parties win confidence and support of governments?

 C. Transformation of green parties in recent decades.

 D. Green movement is not strong in developing countries.
 
 E. Non green parties are becoming less relevant than green parties.

10. How best can mainstream political parties, in India, keep green parties at bay?

 A. By imposing a green tax.

 B. By allowing carbon trading.

 C. By including green agenda in their governance.

 D. By hiring Al Gore, the Nobel prize winner, as an ambassador.

 E. By not letting green parties fight elections.



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