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RPSC Judicial Service 2011 Paper (Part 9 of 10)

  1. A prostitute, suffering from communicable disease, has sexual intercourse with a man representing that she was free from any disease commits

    1. Unnatural offence

    2. Hurt

    3. Cheating

    4. Mischief

  2. A hangman who hangs a prisoner pursuant to an order of a court is exempt from criminal liability under the Indian Penal Code under

    1. Section 76

    2. Section 77

    3. Section 78

    4. Section 79

  3. ‘A’ knows that ‘B’ is suffering from a heart disease and also that if a blow ‘is given to’ B ‘on his chest it is likely to cause his’ death. Knowing this, ‘A’ gives blow on ‘B's’ chest causing ‘B's’ death. ‘A’ is guilty of

    1. Murder

    2. Culpable homicide not amounting to murder

    3. Grievous hurt

    4. Causing death by rash of negligent act

  4. Which one of the following statements is correct?

    1. Every, culpable homicide is murder

    2. Death caused by negligent act is murder

    3. Every murder is culpable homicide

    4. Death caused in course of quarrel is murder

  5. ________ you like to stay the night?

    1. Dare

    2. Would

    3. Need

    4. Can

  6. She ________ be able to drive to school.

    1. dare

    2. need

    3. can

    4. will

  7. ________ you pass me the salt?

    1. Could

    2. Need

    3. Dare

    4. Ought

  8. I'm trying to phone her, but I can't _______ _____

    1. get up

    2. get through

    3. get on

    4. get away

  9. The weather is ___________ _________

    1. carrying on

    2. closing down

    3. clearing up

    4. come round

  10. ________ _______ and see me any time.

    1. Past perfect

    2. Past Continuous

    3. Past Simple

    4. Present Simple