He is the best artist (a) / of his time but (b) / unfortunately (c) / least recognised (d) / no error (e)
least is the superlative form.
before superlative degrees, we always use article "the"
Being M.A only (a) / he could not be (b) / appointed as a lecturer in (c) / any college (d) / no error (e)
an article should be used before M.A
The teacher drew (a) / an attention of the boys (b) / to the importance (c) / of regular practice (d) / no error (e)
an should be removed
All the staff of this office (a) / hold this view (b) / that Mr. Sinha is a very (c) / wise and an intelligent officer (d) / no error (e)
when two adjectives refer to the same person, article should be used before the first one, and not before the second one.
There was little (a) / milk in the bottle (b) / and she gave it to the (c) / baby when it started weeping (d) / no error (e)
"a" article should be used before little.
little means negative
a little means very little amount, and it is used in a positive sense.
First European sailor (a) / to come to India in (b) / modern times was (c) / Vasco-de-gama (d) / no error (e)
The article should be used before ordinal numbers.
An Indian driver or carpenter has to work (a) /about two hours to buy kilogram of rice (b) / while his counterparts in Austria (c) / need to work only fifteern minutes for it (d) / no error (e)
to buy "A" kilogram of rice is the correct construction.
I don't like him because (a) / he makes conspiracy against me (b) / with the view to enhancing (c) / his power gradually (d) / no error (e)
with a view to is the correct phrase.
the article should be replaced by a.
The state government (a) / led by the Nagaland (b) / People's Font should have enforced the (c) / his power gradually (d) / no error (e)
This sentence is a no error statement.
After returning from (a) / the jail, he had abandoned all (b) / the criminal activities and (c) / he determined to lead a simple life (d) / no error (e)
the should be removed before jail.