Madras High Court asks why Modi government cannot scrap NEET exam following impersonation scam

The Madras High Court on Monday asked the Narendra Modi government at the Centre why the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test cannot be cancelled in light of the impersonation scandal that disrupted it a few months back, NDTV reported. “Why can’t the Centre cancel NEET…just like other systems brought by Congress-DMK...

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In ‘loaded’ question, UPSC asks about ‘challenges to our culture in the name of secularism’ – The News Minute

In ‘loaded’ question, UPSC asks about ‘challenges to our culture in the name of secularism’  The News Minute What are the challenges to our cultural practices in the name of secularism?” This is not a right wing Twitter handle out to create some ruckus – this was a real …...

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SC asks CBI to file status report in 2017 SSC exam paper leak

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to file a detailed status report on the investigation in the 2017 Staff Selection Commission (SSC) examination paper leak case. The apex court was examining a petition against the case. The court has said, “a bench of...

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SSC CGL Tier II 2017 Exam to be cancelled? SC in favour of decision, asks centre for views

SSC CGL Tier 2 2017 Exam to be cancelled? SC may decide soon&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspPTI SSC CGL Exam 2017: Staff Selection Commission, SSC is likely to cancel the SSC CGL Tier II Examination 2017. As per the latest update available, the Supreme Court has shared its willingness to...

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Rajasthan Patrika journalist denied PF; CIC asks Jaipur EPFO office for prompt action

Three activists on Tuesday told the Delhi High Court that they want to prevent a wrong interpretation of Right to Information (RTI) Act while opposing Delhi University’s action of rejection of an RTI application seeking inspection of records of students who had passed the BA degree exam in 1978,...

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