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  • Q1

    Osama Bin Laden, the head of the terrorist Group, Al Qaeda was killed after being responsible for the terror attack. Write a newspaper report on this.

    Marks:20
    Answer:

    Osama Bin Laden killed

    New York: Osama Bin Laden, the founder of the terrorist group Al-Qaeda was killed after being responsible for the terror attack on the United States on September 11, 2001. The man was shot in the head by a special force known as SEAL team six. The operation code named- Operation Neptune Spear was carried out in a CIA-led operation.

    The operation ended a ten-year long search for the man, following his involvement in the terror attack.

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  • Q2

    Write a newspaper report on the metro route from Central to Tsim Tsa Tsui that became operational recently.

    Marks:20
    Answer:

    Hong Kong Metro Reaches Tsim Tsa Tsui

    Hong Kong: The residents of Hong Kong who had been craving for a proper transport system heaved a huge sigh of relief on Monday when a metro train arrived at Tsim Tsa Tsui. The occasion was not marked by any loud celebrations. There was no formal inauguration.

    The ticket counters at all the metro stations between Tsim Tsa Tsui and the Central were opened at 8 a.m. The arrival of Metro in Tsim Tsa Tsui will definitely lessen the traffic on roads. The excitement among the denizens of the area was palpable as they eagerly waited for the arrival of the first metro train.

    Passengers can now travel the 14.47-km long route in just 27 minutes. While the maximum fare is 18 HKD, the minimum is 8 HKD. The entire stretch has altogether 10 stations. Now, since the entire route has become operational, people can reach the millennium city in an hour from Central in the heart of Hong Kong.

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  • Q3

    Write a newspaper report on the higher education admissions offered by different colleges and universities and how effective the process is.

    Marks:20
    Answer:

    Admission in the higher education sector

    Boston: The admission list released by the Boston University on Monday did not see a sharp spike in any of the courses. After many students received merit certificates this year, it was being expected that the list would be a long one. However, barring science courses, only Humanities and Commerce saw a marginal increase. In fact the admissions for these courses dipped in some cases.

    Many teachers have detached themselves from the admission process due to the ongoing controversy over the introduction of the new system. This could perhaps be one of the reasons for the low rate of admissions.The head of the university mentioned that they had received a large number of applications which prompted the management to slightly toughen the admission process.

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  • Q4

    Write a newspaper report on the hurricane in Miami that had thrown life out of gear.

    Marks:20
    Answer:

    Hurricane Wreak Havoc In Miami

    Miami: The whole of Florida was hit by Hurricane Irma because of torrential rain past many days. Canals have breached, national highways are deluged and rivers are overflowing. Streets lie submerged in water forcing a state alert.

    The authorities have urged people to refrain from travelling as the area continues to witness heavy rainfall killing four in Florida and 24 in the Caribbean. About four million people have been left without power.

    The monster storm has uprooted trees and has hit the buildings hard, completely destroying many. An aerial survey was conducted and news channels are covering the whole scenario.

    Three teams of the National Disaster Rescue Force are present in the area. Nearly 6.5 million people have been asked to evacuate Southern Florida so far. There are storm surges of up to 15 feet. Emergency shelters have been created.

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  • Q5

    Write a newspaper report on the deadly accurate predictions made by Paul the octopus during the 2010 football world cup.

    Marks:20
    Answer:

    Psychic Paul Hits Bull’s Eye Every Time

    New Delhi: Paul the octopus is a common octopus which lives in a tank at a Sea Life Centre in Germany. It really came in the limelight during the 2010 football world cup when it started predicting the outcome of Germany’s matches. All its predictions, including that of the final between Spain and the Netherlands, were on the money.

    Before a match between two teams, Paul was presented with two boxes containing its favorite food mussel. The boxes were marked with the flags of the two teams respectively. Paul made his prediction by eating the mussel from the box of the winning team.

    Paul correctly predicted the result of all the seven matches that Germany played in the 2010 football world cup against Australia, Serbia, Ghana, England, Argentina, Spain and Uruguay. Paul’s prophecy of the semi-final clash between Germany and Spain led to heartbreak among the German fans. Paul chose the box marked with the Spanish flag ahead of the contest. His forecast was again correct as Spain advanced into the world cup final by beating Germany. Paul took retirement after making one last guess. It rightly chose Spain that defeated Holland 1-0 in the world cup final.

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