Air Force Group Y Full Length Mock Test 7

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Question 1


When we speak of freedom of press, we usually mean it in a very technical sense. That is, we mean freedom from direction or censorship from the Government. In India, the press is free in its restricted sense. But the real restrictions on the press come from, (i) the advertisers from whom it gets its money, and (ii) the man or company who owns the newspaper. So even if an editor dares to support a public policy like, a ban on smoking in public places, he may always not be successful in pursuing this because his paper may be owned by a company which produces cigarettes. Such restrictions are often invisible unlike Government censorship and are worse.

Question-1 : In general, freedom of press means

Question 2


When we speak of freedom of press, we usually mean it in a very technical sense. That is, we mean freedom from direction or censorship from the Government. In India, the press is free in its restricted sense. But the real restrictions on the press come from, (i) the advertisers from whom it gets its money, and (ii) the man or company who owns the newspaper. So even if an editor dares to support a public policy like, a ban on smoking in public places, he may always not be successful in pursuing this because his paper may be owned by a company which produces cigarettes. Such restrictions are often invisible unlike Government censorship and are worse.

Question-2 : The passage says that 

Question 3


When we speak of freedom of press, we usually mean it in a very technical sense. That is, we mean freedom from direction or censorship from the Government. In India, the press is free in its restricted sense. But the real restrictions on the press come from, (i) the advertisers from whom it gets its money, and (ii) the man or company who owns the newspaper. So even if an editor dares to support a public policy like, a ban on smoking in public places, he may always not be successful in pursuing this because his paper may be owned by a company which produces cigarettes. Such restrictions are often invisible unlike Government censorship and are worse.

Question-3 : The restriction on free expression is —

Question 4


When we speak of freedom of press, we usually mean it in a very technical sense. That is, we mean freedom from direction or censorship from the Government. In India, the press is free in its restricted sense. But the real restrictions on the press come from, (i) the advertisers from whom it gets its money, and (ii) the man or company who owns the newspaper. So even if an editor dares to support a public policy like, a ban on smoking in public places, he may always not be successful in pursuing this because his paper may be owned by a company which produces cigarettes. Such restrictions are often invisible unlike Government censorship and are worse.

Question-4 : In the opinion of the writer these restrictions imposed by the vested interests are

Question 5


When we speak of freedom of press, we usually mean it in a very technical sense. That is, we mean freedom from direction or censorship from the Government. In India, the press is free in its restricted sense. But the real restrictions on the press come from, (i) the advertisers from whom it gets its money, and (ii) the man or company who owns the newspaper. So even if an editor dares to support a public policy like, a ban on smoking in public places, he may always not be successful in pursuing this because his paper may be owned by a company which produces cigarettes. Such restrictions are often invisible unlike Government censorship and are worse.

Question-5 : In this passage the writers’ intention is to bring to light

Question 6


Shekhar is too lazy. (Remove Too)

Question 7


He or she with her parents _______ playing. (Verb)

Question 8


“Will you play with me?”, said she to him. (Narration)

Question 9


Shyam is making me fool. (Voice)

Question 10


Though he was intelligent ____________ he was failed. (Conjunction)

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