|According to the statement, sea transport is cheaper than road transport in the case of the route from Jafra to Bombay, but not in all the cases. Thus, conclusion I does not follow. The statement stresses on saving of the fuel. So, conclusion II follows.
|The phrase 'only book' in the statement makes II implicit. However, nothing about the state of poverty before 1950 can be deduced from the statement. So, I does not follow.
|Nothing about the growth of economy is mentioned in the statement. Hence, I does not follow. Also, it is given that 35 percent of national income is shared by 10 percent of the households. This indicates unequal distribution. So, II follows.
|The use of the term 'milk glut' makes I implicit. Also, the fact that the cooperatives and Government dairies failed to use the available milk indicates that they lack the proper infrastructure to handle such quantities of milk. So, II also follows.
|The manager might have humiliated Sachin not because of his dislike but on account of certain negligence or mistake on his part. So, I does not follow. Also, nothing about Sachin's rapport with his colleagues can be deduced from the statement. So, II also does not follow.
|The statement mentions that chances of heart ailments are greatly decreased by a regular half-hour exercise. So, I follows. However, it talks of only reducing the probability which does not mean that persons involved in sedentary jobs shall definitely suffer from heart ailments. So, II does not follow.
|The statement asserts that a good singer always has a sweet voice and only good singers are invited in the conference. This implies that all those invited in the conference have sweet voice and those who do not have sweet voice are not invited. So, both I and II follow.
|The statement mentions the problem of increased migration of children to cities. But the ways to deal with the problem cannot be deduced from it. So, neither I nor II follows.
|The given statement clearly implies that all irregular and some regular students fail in the exams. This means that all successful students are regular but not all regular students are successful. So, neither I nor II follows.
|Nothing about the relation between political freedom and democracy is mentioned in the statement. So, I does not follow. But II directly follows from the given statement.
|The Government seeks to review the policy so as to determine whether the diesel price needs to be increased or it can be kept stable by adjusting certain other factors. So, either decision may be taken. Thus, either I or II follows.
|The statement asserts that match can be won only if all the players play to their full potential. So, only I follows while II does not.
|The statement asserts that people cannot stand any particular trend for long and seek change quite often. So, only II follows.
|Neither the poor nor the rich, but only the role of money in politics is being talked about in the statement. So, neither I nor II follows.
|Clearly, the statement declares dowry as an evil practice and reflects its demerits. Thus, conclusion I follows. Also, it is given that those who take dowry dishonour womanhood. This implies that those who do not take dowry respect womanhood. So, II also follows.
|The decision to withdraw subsidy has clearly been taken to compensate for the loss and not because people can now afford to pay more for cooking gas. So, I does not follow. Also, the statement talks of withdrawing 33% of the prevailing subsidy and not of reducing 33% of the actual price. So, II also does not follow.
|It is mentioned in the statement that either the managers should resign by the next day or their services would be terminated. So, either I or II follows.
|Since the accident has caused concern, it must be fatal. So, I follows. The use of the word 'again' in the statement justifies the fact mentioned in II. So, II also follows.
|The statement implies that people are inclined towards giving their children a good education. Hence, only II follows while I does not.
|Pakistan's ability to manufacture arms is not being talked about in the statement. So, I does not follow. The fact in II cannot be deduced from the given statement. So, II also does not follow.
|Clearly, both I and II do not follow from the given statement.
|It is mentioned in the statement that a neurotic is a person who behaves stupidly. So, I follows. The behaviour of normal persons cannot be deduced from the given statement. So, II does not follow.
|The availability of vegetables is not mentioned in the given statement. Hence, I does not follow. Further, II is not directly related to the given statement and so it does not follow.
|Both the given conclusions clearly bring out the central theme of the proverb given in the statement. So, both I and II follow.
|The statement declares enactment of OSA as the direct cause of rise in corruption. Hence, I follows. But the enactment of an act by a government is undertaken for betterment and not with the intention of encouraging corruption though whatever may be the outcome later on. So, II does not follow.