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India is a multi-religion, multi-language and multi-cultural country
where people belonging to different religions join in celebrating
the festivities together. The Indian Government declares such big
occasions as public holidays to enable the citizens to enjoy and
foster the feelings of brotherhood.Five broad-minded persons
belonging to different religions were asked to give their preferences
of four such festivals which they would like to enjoy with likeminded
brethren. Their options are
A. Holi, Dussehra, Diwali, Guru Nanak Birthday
B. Shivratri, Christmas, Onam, Eid
C. Holi, Shivratri, Christmas, Diwali
D. Holi, Dussehra, Guru Nanak Birthday, Eid
E. Christmas, Diwali, Onam, Guru Nanak Birthday
67. Which pair celebrates Christmas and Onam but not Dussehra
and Holi?
(a) A and C (b) A and E
(c) B and D (d) B and E
68. Which pair does not participate in Eid and Onam but joins in
Holi?
(a) A and B (b) A and C
(c) C and D (d) D and E
69. Who enjoys Holi and Eid but not Diwali and Christmas?
(a) B (b) C
(c) D (d) E
70. Which of the following expressions will be true if the
expression R > O = A > S < T as definitely true?
(a) O > T (b) S < R
(c) T < A (d) S = O

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Countdown to CAT 2020|DAY 126|LRDI

Four friends Akhil, Bhrigu, Chinmay and Dhruv went for an excursion with their wives Priya, Ritu, Shreya and Veena, not necessarily in the same order. Each couple hails from a different city amongst Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad, not necessarily in that

order. They went to Agra to visit the Taj Mahal, where they sat in a row. Each wife always sat to the immediate right of her husband.

(i) Bhrigu sat to the immediate right of Priya.

(ii) Dhruv is from Hyderabad and Priya is not from Mumbai.

(iii) Ritu and her husband were sitting to the immediate right of the couple that hailed from

Chennai.

(iv) Chinmay and his wife were sitting to the immediate left of the couple from Kolkata and

Chinmay was sitting to the immediate right of Shreya.

(v) Akhil sat to the immediate right of Ritu, who is not from Mumbai.

1. Who is Dhruv’s wife?

(A) Shreya (B) Priya (C) Veena (D) Ritu

2. Which couple is from Chennai?

(A) Veena and Bhrigu

(B) Dhruv and Ritu

(C) Chinmay and Priya

(D) Akhil and Shreya

3. Who is the husband in the couple, which is seated second in the row from left to right?

(A) Akhil (B) Bhrigu (C) Chinmay (D) Dhruv

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Amazing thread.. I'm able to solve lots of questions but 3 are new for me..

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A,B,C,D,E,F and G are brothers. Two brothers had an argument and A said to B," You are as old as C was when I was twice as old as D, and will be as old as E was when he was as old as C is now." B said to A,"You maybe older than F, but G is as old as I was when you were as old as G is, and D will be as old as F was when F will be as old as G is."

Who is the eldest?

Who is the youngest brother?

which two are probably twins?

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