Sir, the analysis is greatly helpful but with regard to the change in the pattern of paper 2 in csat2014 there are issues which need to be addressed particularly in the reading Comprehension questions. The questions were quite sygnificantly different from GRE, GMAT, CAT etc because it required implicit decision making knocking out 4 intertwined statements for one question. There is a dearth of such practice questions. Please help out. I downloaded your material and pagalguy’s RC’s; they are great but conventional. I cant find 1 &2, 2&3, 1 2 & 3 correct type questions ANYWHERE.
(PS: I am indebted to you for economics lectures)
The Native Allotment Act of 1906 did result in some Tlingit lands being placed in the hands of individual Tlingits. This law provided for conveyance of 160 acres to adult Natives as long as no tract of ground contained mineral deposits. Only a few allotments were issued in southeast Alaska. The Native Townsite Act of 1926 also provided only for the conveyance of "restricted" title lands, meaning such property could not be sold or leased without the approval of the Secretary of the Interior. Despite these gains, lands re-obtained this way by the villages or by individuals failed to sufficiently meet the needs of a hunting and fishing people.
17. Nuclear weapons disarmament : At the end of March, approximately 120 nations concluded the first round of negotiations on a new treaty to ban nuclear weapons. Five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council: China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States were absent from the conference. These are the only five nations legally allowed to possess nuclear weapons under the terms of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT). Their absence from the negotiations indicated their negation towards the nuclear disarmament treaty. This topic is in news recently because in order to advance the cause of nuclear disarmament, India, Pakistan and North Korea must be brought into the framework of the treaty.