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Certain PSU posts also come under OBC creamy layer

FC Bureau City: New Delhi It bars officials and their kin from claiming reservation benefits under OBC category The Centre has expanded the ambit of 'creamy layer' to include certain posts in PSUs and public sector financial institutions. In effect, it bars ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
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Vehicles flout PUC norms as city chokes on toxic pollution

While toxic smog remains one of the biggest concerns in Delhi, a large number of vehicles are flouting pollution under control (PUC) norms. Vehicular emission contributes to 20 per cent of the city’s air pollution. DNA had sought, through an RTI ...
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There has been decline in incidents of extremism, credit should go to followers of Islam: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said Pakistan was continuing with its antics and making efforts to break India, but in spite of that, the situation in Jammu and Kashmir had improved significantly. He also said there was a decline in the incidents of ...
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Cabinet nod to setting up National Testing Agency

The Union Cabinet today approved setting up of National Testing Agency to conduct entrance examinations for higher educational institutions, an official release said. The NTA would initially conduct entrance tests that are currently organised by the Central Board of Secondary Education, while other examinations will be taken up gradually, it added. Currently, the Central Board of Secondary Education conducts National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test or NEET on behalf of the Medical Council Of ...
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The unexplored foreign destinations that want Indian travellers

Just an hour or so from the ones we commonly throng to, they promise a lot more for a lot less. Surajeet Das Gupta takes us on a quick tour. When you're looking in all directions, the globe's circumference always has more to offer. The eavesdropping, the hearsay and the bombarding Instagram feeds have invariably ferried Indian travellers around the globe in the same manner it was once discovered. To break that chain of uninspiring monotony and pacify apprehensions of the unknown, tourism ...
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Are madrasas anti-national? A historic perspective

Earlier this month, Allahabad High Court made it compulsory for all madrasas in Uttar Pradesh to sing the national song. This perpetuates the negative image of madrasas or Islamic centres of learning in India. An image surrounding the madrasas has ...
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Brace for the biggest match of FIFA Under-17 World Cup

Brazil have won the Under-17 World Cup trophy thrice -- 1997, 1999 and 2003, while Spain are looking to win their maiden title. IMAGE: Brazil's players pose for photographers in Kochi. Photograph: PTI Three-time champions Brazil and European powerhouse Spain will take on each other in a highly-anticipated marquee clash between title contenders of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup, in Kochi, on Saturday.The football-mad Kochi could not have asked for anything better than this showdown between the ...
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Arun Jaitley calls for strengthening security cooperation with Japan

Outgoing defence minister Arun Jaitley on 6 September exchanged views and ideas with his Japanese counterpart Itsunori Onodera to further strengthen defence and security cooperation. Jaitley was on a two-day visit to Tokyo to attend the India- Japan Annual ...
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Don't understand why Rohingyas want recognition as separate ethnic group: VS Seshadri

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital of Myanmar on Tuesday on his first bilateral visit to the Eastern neighbour. He was last there for the India ASEAN Summit. Since then things have changed for Myanmar, it has seen a change in ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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When UK's bravehearts turn photographers

The annual ‘People’s Choice’ for Royal Air Force image of the year has opened for public voting. Members of the public are now able to choose one of nine contestants to receive the award as part of the RAF Photographic Competition 2017. The winners will be announced on September 21. BLOWIN' IN THE WIND Two RAF Mk6 Chinooks transit over North Sea wind farms during a training exercise to prepare pilots and aircrew for contingency operations. The exercise included low-level ...
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