Monthly Archives: April 2015


** ANTONYMS & SYNONYMS ** ————————————— ►-Remorce- पश्चाताप, पछतावा S- compunction, contrition, penitence, repentance, ruefulness A- impenitence, remorselessness, unduration, obduracy ►-Resentment- नाराजी, क्रोध, रोष S- anger, indignation, bitterness, grudge, ire, animosity A- calmness, amiably, friendless, mildness Share with your friends……….श्रीराम कोचिंग, सीकर कोचिंग जानकारी एवं नोट्स के लिए पर विजिट करे. कृपया अपना कमेन्ट अवश्य लिखें……

Top Headlines – 30.04.2015

** Top Headlines – 30.04.2015** —————————————- 1. Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe has won a third term with 58.75% of the vote in polls. According to the electoral commission’s information his main rival Jean-Pierre Fabre got a total of 34.95% votes. चुनावों में टोगो के राष्ट्रपति फाउरे नासिंगबे 58.75 प्रतिशत वोटों के साथ तीसरी बार राष्ट्रपति

Vocabulary Words – 30.04.2015

** Vocabulary Words – 30.04.2015** ——————————————– ►-EXHORT (VERB): Strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something. Synonyms: Urge, Admonish Antonyms: Discourage, Dissuade Example Sentence: While I cannot force you to drive the speed limit, I exhort you to do so or else you might end up in jail. ►-SUMPTUOUS (ADJECTIVE): Splendid and expensive-looking Synonyms: Lavish,


** ANTONYMS & SYNONYMS ** ————————————— ►-Recreant- 1. भीरू, डरपोक, 2. विश्वासघातक, बेवफा S- 1. cowardly, craven, dastardly, fearful, timid, 2. unfaithful A- 1. bold, brave, 2. faithful, true, loyal ►-Reluctant- अनिच्छुक S- averse, disinclined, coath, unenthusiatic, unwilling A- eager, forward, ready, prompt, willing Share with your friends……….श्रीराम कोचिंग, सीकर कोचिंग जानकारी एवं नोट्स के

Top Headlines – 29.04.2015

** Top Headlines – 29.04.2015** ——————————————– 1. In the Forbes Magazines’s Annual Rich List, Industrialist Mukesh Ambani regained his position as the world’s richest Indian with a networth of $19.6 billion, as pharma tycoon Dilip Shanghvi slipped to the second place after remaining on the top for about seven weeks. पत्रिका फोर्ब्स की धनवानों की

Vocabulary Words – 29.04.2015

**Vocabulary Words – 29.04.2015** —————————————————- ►-OBDURATE (ADJECTIVE): Stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or course of action. Synonyms: Adamant, Pigheaded Antonyms: Amenable, Submissive Example Sentence: The protestors were obdurate and did not move even when the police arrived. ►-UMPTEEN (ADJECTIVE): Indefinitely many; a lot of Synonyms: Countless, Innumerable Antonyms: Limited, Scarce Example Sentence: I have

Vocabulary Words – 28.04.2015

**Vocabulary Words – 28.04.2015** ——————————————— ►-AGGRIEVED (ADJECTIVE): very distressed Synonyms: disturbed, grieving Antonyms: comforted, happy Example Sentence: The aggrieved parties met and commenced arguing as to who was in the right. ►-NOTCH (NOUN): indentation Synonyms: cleft, gap Antonyms: closing, closure Example Sentence: My security system is top notch though I’ve had little need to utilize

Top Headlines – 28.04.2015

**Top Headlines – 28.04.2015** ————————————– 1. An Ukrainian-born American businessman Len Blavatnik is Britain’s richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, according to the 2015 Sunday Times Rich List published by Britain’s newspaper The Sunday Times. He takes the top spot from brothers Sri and Gopi Hinduja, now worth £13bn. Now NRI industrialists, Hinduja Brothers are

Top Headlines – 27.04.2015

**Top Headlines – 27.04.2015** ————————————— 1. Indian-origin diplomat Gopinath Pillai has been bestowed with ‘Outstanding Service Award’ for his services to Singapore by the National University of Singapore (NUS). 78-year-old Gopinath Pillai, who is currently the Ambassador-at-Large of Singapore and special envoy to Andhra Pradesh received the award. नेशनल यूनिवर्सिटी ऑफ सिंगापुर (एनयूएस) ने भारतीय

Vocabulary Words – 27.04.2015

**Vocabulary Words – 27.04.2015** ——————————————– ►-JEST (NOUN): joke Synonyms: funny, banter Antonyms: work Example Sentence: Orthodoxies could not be questioned, even in jest. ►-RIFE (ADJECTIVE): overflowing Synonyms: abundant, plentiful Antonyms: limited, scarce Example Sentence: Now that security was removed-and the air seemed rife with suspicion. ►-COWER (VERB): hide, hover in fear Synonyms: recoil, cringe Antonyms: