Direction (Q. 6 - 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words in the passage are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions.
“Is that the jungle Saheb?” Sonba asked Shiva, one of the villagers gathered round the jeep. “Jungle Sahebs come on
bicycles,” Raghu the other villager said. “This one must be the cattle Saheb or the road Saheb”, said Shiva. “Listen, Oh brothers
from this village,” boomed the man from the jeep, “I have come to tell you how to grow more food; to tell you
that with the right methods, you can double the output of your fields”.
“Oh, he is one of the those Kheti Sahebs”, the village pundit-Gopal pronounced, “Who tell you how they get thirty cart loads
of wheat in foreign lands merely by pressing a button.”
A ripple of laughter went through the gathering which caused the village headman Baburam to look stern and raise his hand and
say, “Shush, Shush; don’t interrupt the Kheti-Saheb”.
“What was it you were saying? The Saheb asked Gopal-the Pundit, but the latter sat with a blank face and pretended that he
hadn’t said a word.
“What is the Government doing about my application for a loan to buy a buffalo”? Sonba asked. “I wrote three weeks ago, as
soon as my big buffalo died.”
“It is no use telling us how they produce rice in Japan”. Giridhar one of the bolder villagers said or telling us “how in Umrikka
(America) every farmer has a double storeyed house and a score of buffaloes”.
At which of the following places the conversation is most likely to have taken a place ?