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Section – A (Comprehension 1)
Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow. DO NOT COPY FROM THE PASSAGE. (12 marks)
Long ago, there was a king. He had a beautiful palace, many servants and guards. At his court there were famous artists, musicians, dancers and poets. The king was well known for his love of intelligence. However, he would easily get angry. When he was upset by someone he immediately had them thrown into the palace jail. Old Tirumala, an intelligent and faithful minister, had served the king’s father and now served the present king. Whenever he was asked for his opinion about something he would reply, ‘Everything happens for our own good.’ Just like a parrot, he would repeat the sentence over and over.
One day, while coming to the palace the king’s finger got cut and it was paining a lot. He shouted at the ministers, ‘Now you fools, answer me this: Why have I been cut and not any of you?’ The king, looking at old Tirumala, repeated the question. Tirumala said, ‘ It is for your own good.’ The king said, ‘Old man! You will remain in the jail until your words can be proved.’
One day, the king went to forest for hunting. He couldn’t find any animal. Tired, the king lay down under a tree and fell asleep. Suddenly, a tiger came near the king. The king was scared. However, the tiger went away and did not do anything. The king quickly returned to his palace. Next day, the king told his ministers about what happened in the forest. ‘Can any of you explain why the tiger did not attack or eat me?’ he asked. One minister said, ‘Your majesty, a tiger never touches a man who is injured.’
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