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Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
The Sadar Hills District Demand Committee (SHDDC) has launched economic blockade on two national highways—NH-39 and NH-53—and is demanding conversion of the Sadar Hills area into a full fledged district.
Courses of Action:
I. The government should bow to the demands of the SHDDC as they’re causing huge inconvenience to the public due to the economic blockade.
II. The government shouldn’t accept their demands without carefully deliberating upon the matter.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Veteran players have cautioned that dull pitches, and inadequate advertising, in addition to the bigmoney, governing body backed T20 competition will wipe out domestic cricket competitions such as the Ranji Trophy.
Courses of Action:  
I. The governing body should be asked to sanction more money to domestic competitions for advertising.
II. The players should be asked to desist from participating in the competitions involving big money, and asked to participate in domestic competitions.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Even after repeated requests and campaigns by the Election Commission of India (ECI), the voters’ turnout, on an average, remains around 50–55%.
Courses of Action: 
I. The ECI should make voting compulsory.
II. The ECI should take a cue from other countries and look for innovative ways of educating the masses on the benefits of voting.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
The World Bank’s recent downward revision of India’s growth prospects was by no means unexpected. It merely follows the trend set by international rating agencies.
Courses of Action:
I. The investors should be cautioned and asked not to pay heed to such downward revisions.
II. Core problems stalling India’s growth should be identified and should be addressed extensively.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Fog results in poor visibility and slows down the speed of the trains to less than 60 kmph in fog affected sections, as against the normal speed of 100 kmph. This leads to late running/departure of trains.
Courses of Action: 
I. The passengers should be requested to check the status of their trains before leaving for the station.
II. The drivers should be instructed not to lower down the speed of the trains as the thousands of passengers are affected due to late running and departure of trains.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement:
India is right now in midst of an inflationary episode that has gone on for 17 months. It began in December 2009, when wholesale price index (WPI) inflation climbed to 7.15%, and continued to rise, peaking in April 2010, at just short of 11%.
Courses of Action: 
I. Inflation is a natural phenomena and the government should not try to curb or control it.
II. The government should regulate the increase in wages of the workers of private and public enterprises, as the same plays a major role in increasing product/service prices, and culminates in increasing inflation.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
A leading Irish animal rights group announced plans to launch a Europe-wide campaign for a tourism boycott of India to protest against Jallikattu, a game played as a part of Pongal celebrations, describing it as a cruel bullabusing contact game.
Courses of Action 
I. The game, which has been played since times immemorial, and is actually a part of Pongal celebrations, should not be banned.
II. Such a campaign might threaten the reputation of India as a preferred tourism destination, and might belittle tourism ministry’s efforts to promote tourism. Thus, India must ponder over banning such a game.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement:
Parties appealing endlessly on the decision given by the lower courts, to the Supreme Court is a disturbing trend, as it increases the backlog of cases in the Supreme Court, and also traumatizes the other parties involved in the case.
Courses of Action:  
I. The laws should be amended to the effect that only a particular number of cases from each High Court can reach the Supreme Court in appeals.
II. The Supreme Court should promptly fill up the vacancies of judges to clear the backlog of cases.
III. The parties at all the levels of litigation should be encouraged to opt for Alternate Dispute Resolutions (ADRs) and encouraged to go for out of court settlement.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Experts estimate that up to 30,000 people may have been left disabled by the Japanese encephalitis and viral encephalitis diseases, since they were first detected in 1978—and even government records show that 15,000 have died and another 15,000 left permanently disabled.
Courses of Action: 
I. Steps should be taken to find out why there is a difference between the estimates of the experts and that of the government.
II. Action should be taken on war footing by the government by increasing awareness, increasing hospital beds in affected areas, deploying specialized doctors and looking for effective vaccinations.
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Question for Practice Questions: Statement and Course of Action
Try yourself:In this question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the information given in the statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true then decide which of the suggested courses of actions is worth pursuing.
Statement: 
Criminal negligence and flagrant violation of fire safety norms caused more than 90 deaths in a private hospital in a particular city. According to the fire department, combustible material kept in the basement which was used to house a pharmacy and a storeroom, added to the toxicity of the smoke.
Courses of Action:  
I. The hospital should be immediately closed and an inquiry should be initiated against them.
II. The incident should be widely publicized in international magazines and blogs so that other big hospitals can take a cue from it and enhance their fire safety measures.
III. A case under the relevant laws should be instituted against the people responsible for the fire, as well as the directors and owners of the hospital.
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