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SSC exam scandal: Anna Hazare to join students to protest against examination paper leak; Kejriwal demands CBI probe

SSC exam scandal: Anna Hazare to join students to protest agai...

The aspirants protest against the SSC examination paper leak has gained a lot of momentum from last few days. The students are protesting against the leak of question paper for the combined graduate level exam- SSC CGL tier 2 exam—held for approx. 9,372 ..., 2 weeks ago

Professional Course admissions, Kerala: Apply by February, 28

Commissioner for Entrance Examinations (CEE), Kerala has invited applications for admission the Engineering/Architecture/Pharmacy/Medical & Allied Courses, Kerala, for 2018-19. The Courses to which applications have been invited include the following: Medical ...
 Mathrubhumi1 month ago

Farewell, AVR

One of the finest minds on foreign exchange management, monetary and fiscal policies, on debt and currency markets, on bank management and governance, and indeed on almost every aspect of modern finance and banking passes into the ages.Ajit Ranade pays tribute to a beautiful mind. A V Rajwade's passing away on Friday night is the end of an era: He was a financial journalist whose columns -- he wrote for Business Standard for many years -- were known for their intellectual honesty, a razor-sharp ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

How Arjun Shah scored a perfect 340 in GRE

"The exam is approximately four hours long."You have to prepare yourself to sit through four hours without any distractions. It is equally important to stay calm and composed."Arjun Shah who scored 340 in the Graduate Record Examination this year tells us how he did it. On January 10, chemical engineering student Arjun Shah cracked the GRE with a perfect score of 340. Photograph: Kind courtesy Arjun Shah Arjun Shah doesn't like to call himself 'academically bright'. A student of Cathedral ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Sheena Bora Trial: The case of the missing CDRs

Judge Jagdale, with a severe expression shadowing his face, looked sharply at Manoj Patil, Airtel's nodal officer, and told him plainly: "It is difficult to digest what you are saying (about) giving call data, but not giving call timings and durations."Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ A high-voltage courtroom face-off was meant to happen on Saturday January 20. But Saturday went by peacefully. Instead it happened on Tuesday, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Brutal Nirbhaya-like gang-rape in Jind, necrophilia in Panipat: Haryana CM Khattar must answer

Two heinous gang-rapes in Haryana in the past few days are nothing less than a national shame. Though in different parts of the state, the gang-rapes are similar in their brutality and in the fact that the victims were minor Dalit girls. Haryana’s Nirbhaya ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

How skewed is India's income profile?

Questions on the efficacy of the government’s drive towards filing of more returns by individuals and on whether raising tax exemption levels has led to reduced compliance in filing of returns by those who go out of the tax net, says A K Bhattacharya. The Central Board of Direct Taxes may (CBDT) celebrate the arrival of “acche din” with the latest income-tax returns data showing a 23.5 per cent increase in the number of individuals reporting an annual gross total income of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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