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Karnataka woman tops, 14 from J&K clear Civil Services
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UPSC : Karnataka's Nandini K R tops civil services exam

Nandini K R, a young civil engineer from Karnataka, has topped the prestigious Civil Service Exams, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) said on Wednesday. Anmol Sher Singh Bedi, a computer engineer who studied in BITS Pilani, came second while ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

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Twenty four candidates from northeast India clear UPSC exam

Twenty four candidates from northeast India have cleared the 2016 Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) examinations. Of the 24, 13 are from Assam and Dibakar Nath is the most successful candidate among them, securing 254th rank. He shared his journey ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

How Anny Divya became India's youngest woman to captain a Boeing 777

While working with Air India, she has also earned a degree in BSc Aviation, done a course in classical key-board, learnt various forms of modern dance and become a lawyer.Anjuli Bhargava profiles the super-achiever. IMAGE: Anny Divya says her pilot training days were some of the toughest times of her life -- not because of the training, which she loved, but because of the culture shock she experienced. She came from a rural, non-English speaking background and was ragged about it. But she ...
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Jitendra Singh lauds Kashmiri students for qualifying IIT-JEE

[India] June 13 (ANI): Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Dr Jitendra Singh on Tuesday lauded the Kashmir youth for their excellence in the IIT-JEE entrance exam, saying that the Valley has one of the best talents across the nation. "We ...
 Sify2 months ago Petroleum Minister Pradhan felicitates Kashmiri students  Sify2 months ago
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The toughest exams in India and the world

YouthIncMag lists some of the toughest examinations to crack in India and the world. How many of these have you appeared for? Examinations are the living nightmares of every student in the world. As they grow older, they keep getting more competitive, challenging. Although every student may feel that s/he has faced the most challenging test, deep within, we all know that some exams are more difficult than others. Here, we list down the 10 most difficult exams  to crack globally. The ...
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UPSC Topper dreams of a Perfect India

'When I was young, I used to look around the village we lived in.''There was a lack of resources -- no proper health centres and schools.''I felt that becoming an IAS officer would help solve those issues.' IAS topper: 'Never feel low in confidence after failure' IMAGE: Nandini K R topped the Union Public Service Commission examination on May 31.All photographs: PTI For the third year in a row, a woman topped the Union Public Service Commission examination -- Tina Dabi cracked it in 2016 and ...
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Zuckerberg or Gates? Billionaires try opposite paths for online edu in India

Rushi Parmar lives in Keshod, a town in Junagadh district of Gujarat so small it has one park, a single-screen movie hall and no shopping mall. For clever kids like Parmar, who is 12 and heading into seventh grade, the only option for a decent education used ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

The Making of A Terrorist

How did Mansoor Peerbhoy, an academically bright, suave and soft-spoken young man, who never exhibited any jihadist tendencies, go on to head the Indian Mujahideen's media cell?Best-selling author S Hussain Zaidi and Brijesh Singh, an IPS officer who heads Maharashtra's cyber police department, reveal how a brilliant but shy techie became a dreaded terrorist.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Mansoor Peerbhoy had had a rather privileged upbringing. He went to an English medium school and ...
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Fighting Pakistan's dirty war in Kashmir Valley amid bad politics

The heinous abduction from a marriage ceremony in Kulgam town and killing of Lt. Umar Fayaz followed by the brutal massacre and mutilation of six Jammu and Kashmir policemen in Anantnag district and the barbaric lynching of Deputy Superintendent of Police ...
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'Challenges don't matter; your junoon does'

Meet Namrata Jain, the first UPSC topper from Naxal-affected Dantewada IMAGE: UPSC topper from Chhattisgarh, Namrata Jain, centre, with her father Jhabar Chand Jain (in blue shirt behind her) and mother Kiran Jain (in red sari next to her) welcome their daughter on her arrival in her hometown Geedam, June 1; Photographs: Kind Courtesy Namrata Jain 'Self confidence also matters; if you believe in yourself that is half the battle won.' 'I will be most elated to serve Dantewada.' 'Please visit ...
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