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I. Our office decided to organize a party for the _______ couple. II. She _______ him in conversation to while away some time.
2. I. It is required that you fill out these two _______ to register for the job. II. This subject has many practical ________ in day to day life.
3. I. The nest ________ of the case is after two months. II. After the accident her ________ has been affected.
4. I. As a last ______ we had to accept these terms and conditions. II. This place has become a good tourist _________ now.
5. I. The organization decided on an hourly minimum _______ of Rs. 35. II. Will he _______ a war on these fronts to improve things ?
Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and "No correction is required", mark (5) as the answer. One of the factor for her failure is the lack of concern for others.
7. In reality, this policy will only lead to more corruption in an already corrupt environment.
8. At currently estimates, the cost of modernizing the airport would be more than double the earlier estimate.
9. No of these moves brought credit to the management.
10. India has already been primarily an agricultural country.- Page 6
Organized retail has fuelled new growth categories like liquid hand wash, breakfast cereals and pet food in the consumer goods industry, accounting for almost 50% of their sales, said data from market search firm Nielsen. The figures showed some of these new categories got more than 40% of their business from modern retail outlets. The data also suggests how products in these categories reach the neighborhood kirana stores after they have established themselves in modern trade.
while grocers continue to be an important channel, for the new and evolving categories we saw an increased presence of high end products in modern trade. For example, premium products in laundry detergents, dish washing, car air fresheners and surface care increased in availability through this format as these products are aimed at affluent consumers who are more likely to shop in supermarket/hypermarket outlets and who are willing to pay more for specialized products.
Some other categories that have grown exceptionally and now account for bulk of the sales from modern retail are frozen and ready to eat foods, pet food, diapers, pre and post-wash products, hair conditioners, and high-end shaving products, besides others. "With the evolution of modern trade, our growth in this channel has been healthy as it is for several other categories. Modern retail is an important part of our business" said managing director, Kellogg India.
What modern retail offers to companies experimenting with new categories is the chance to educate customers which was not the case with a general trade store. "Category creation and market development starts with modern trade but as more consumers start consuming this category, they penetrate into other channels," said president, food & FMCG category. Future Group- the country's largest retailer which operates stores like Big Bazaar.
But a point to note here is that modern retailers themselves push their own private brands in these very categories and can emerge as a big threat for the consumers goods and foods companies.
for instance, Big Bazaar's private label Clean Mate is hugely popular and sells more than a brand like Harpic in its own stores. "So there is a certain amount of conflict and competition that will play out over the next few years which the FMGC companies will have to watch out for," said, KPMG's executive director(retail).
In the past there have been instances of retailers boycotting products from bug FMCG players on the issue of margins; but as modern retail becomes increasingly significant for pushing new categories, experts say we could see more partnerships being forged between retailers and FMCG companies. "Market development for new categories takes time so brand wars for leadership and consumer franchise will be fought on the modern retail platform. A new brand can overnight compete with established companies by tying up with few retailers in these categories," President of Future Group added.Directions(26-28): Choose the word which is most nearly the same in meaning to the word printed bold, as used in the passage.
Answer: Option C
Answer: Option E
Answer: Option A
Answer: Option B
Answer: Option D