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Gradeup introduces modules for UPSC civil services exam on its app and web
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Fifth Columnist: Neither civil nor servant

An appointment to the civil service of the Company – noted the Macaulay Committee Report in 1854 giving India its first modern bureaucracy, which recommended that the patronage-based system of East India Company be scrapped in favour of tough competitive ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago

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Exclusive Spies and civil servants who leak secrets face 14 years in jail in first overhaul of the Official Secrets Act for 100 years

pies and civil servants who leak national security secrets face up to 14 years in jail, in a major overhaul of the Official Secrets Act in the face of the growing threat from Russia, the Daily Telegraph has learnt. Foreign spies who steal information from the ...
 The Telegraph UK1 month ago

An epic journey: The day the Dalai Lama came to India

The Tibetan spiritual leader's upcoming visit to Tawang, the district through which he first entered India, is probably behind China's new desire to claim the area.Claude Arpi recalls the Dalai Lama's arrival in Tawang in March 1959 and explains why His Holiness will once again receive a grand welcome, whether Beijing likes it or not. Robert Thurman: Why the Dalai Lama matters IMAGE: The Dalai Lama, second from right, arrived in India on a yak on March 31, 1959. Photographs: Kind courtesy ...
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Pak set to conduct its first census in 19 years

Pakistan is set to conduct its first national census in 19 years for which it will deploy nearly 200,000 troops. Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor and Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb addressed a joint conference about preparation ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Pakistan set to conduct its first census in 19 years  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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5 things Modi needs to do quickly

'The monumental first Modi wrought in 2014, followed by the miracle in Uttar Pradesh, is not a matter for celebration, but an ominous warning of the perils ahead.' 'There are 5 areas which Modi has to address immediately and relentlessly if he has to live up to all that the people are taking him for,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi campaigns in Varanasi, March 4, 2017. Photograph: PTI Photo A disclaimer and a disclosure on my part ...
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CBI books ex-chief for favouring meat exporter Moin Qureshi

In a first, CBI today carried out searches at the residence of its former chief Amar Pratap Singh after registering an FIR against him for allegedly favouring controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi. CBI sources said a case has been registered against Singh, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

SC strikes down provisions of Karnataka quota law on promotion

In order to provide reservation in promotions, the states must first determine whether the criteria of 'inadequacy of representation', 'backwardness' and 'overall efficiency' are fulfilled, the Supreme Court has said. The apex court set aside provisions of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Australia names first indigenous minister

Australia today appointed its first indigenous minister, a former labourer who has credited education for his rise from humble beginnings in a country where Aborigines remain among the most disadvantaged. Ken Wyatt became Minister for Aged Care and for ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Hardik back home,vows to continue quota stir

"I have only two objectives. The first, fight to get reservation for the Patidars, and second, to free our state from the rule of fear," said Hardik Patel, the face of the Patel quota stir. Hardik was addressing his maiden rally at Himmatnagar in north ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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'Irregularities' in Air India software purchase: CBI files FIR

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a first information report in alleged irregularities in procurement of software worth Rs 225 crore by Air India.The CBI has filed FIR against unknown officials of Air India and private firms SAP AG and IBM.The FIR has been registered under sections related to criminal conspiracy and misconduct by government servants after receiving complaint from vigilance department. ...
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