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UPSC drops mandatory English norm in civil services exams

UPSC drops mandatory English norm in civil services exams

28 Mar 2013

Amid a nation-wide controversy, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has withdrawn changes suggested by it in civil services mains examination, dropping mandatory English language paper requirement.

Union Public Service Commission,   Lok Sabha,   neglect of Hindi in UPSC,   english in UPSC,   UPSC examination pattern,  
Rushdie was free to come to India: P Chidambaram

Rushdie was free to come to India: P Chidambaram

01 Feb 2012

The government has distanced itself from the Rushdie controversy on his proposed visit to India for attending the Jaipur Literature Festival. Union Home Minister P Chidambaram made it clear that it was Rushdie’s sole decision to cancel his India visit and the government must not be held responsible for the same.

Rushdie India visit,   government on Rushdie visit,   Dainik Jagran news,   Dainik Jagran nation news,   Dainik Jagran on Rushdie,   Jagran Post news ,  
Emaar case: CBI JD briefs Andhra Chief Secretary on probe progress

Emaar case: CBI JD briefs Andhra Chief Secretary on probe progress

31 Jan 2012

CBI Joint Director V V Lakshmi Narayana on Tuesday met Andhra Pradesh Chief Secretary Pankaj Dwivedi and briefed him about the arrest of Principal Secretary (Home) B P Acharya in the Emaar Properties scandal.

Emaar Properties case,   Emaar case probe,   Dainik Jagran news,   Dainik Jagran business news,   Dainik Jagran on Emaar case,   Jagran Post news,  
Raj Thackeray attacks <strong>Hindi</strong> news channels for 'distorting' his statement

Raj Thackeray attacks Hindi news channels for 'distorting' his statement

02 Sep 2012

Alleging that Hindi news channels were 'distorting' his statements, MNS Chief Raj Thackeray on Sunday said they should not air news without understanding issues.

Raj Thackeray,   Raj’s statement on Hindi news channels,   Maharashtra Navnirman Sena ,  
Raj Thackeray threatens to shut <strong>Hindi</strong> news channels misquoting him

Raj Thackeray threatens to shut Hindi news channels misquoting him

02 Sep 2012

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray is famous for whipping up anti-Hindi speaking people’s sentiment in Maharashtra. His recent outburst against Biharis living in the state has created a stir in political fraternity and drawn flak from several quarters.

Raj Thackeray,   Maharashtra Navnirman Sena,   MNS,   Biharis in Mumbai,   Digvijay Singh,  
Militants explode bomb at Manipur poll candidate's house

Militants explode bomb at Manipur poll candidate's house

05 Mar 2012

Unidentified militants exploded a powerful bomb at the house of a Congress candidate in Imphal West district of Manipur, the police said on Monday. Sources said the militants threw the bomb at around 10.30 PM on Sunday at R K Anand's house at Naoriya Pakhang Lakpa area. Anand who is contesting from Naoriya Pakhang Lakpa assembly constituency and his family members were present in the house at the time of the incident.

Dainik Jagran election,   Jagran Post election,   Dainik Jagran polls,   Manipur polls,   Manipur elections,  
Boat capsises in Gopalganj, 1 drowns, 9 missing

Boat capsises in Gopalganj, 1 drowns, 9 missing

15 Apr 2012

One person drowned and nine others went missing on Sunday as a boat ferrying 11 people capsized in Gopalganj’s Gandak river. The incident took place around 9 am in Salempur village.

boat capsize in Gopalganj,   boat capsize,   Dainik Jagran Gopalganj,   Jagran Gopalganj ,  
Rahul Gandhi threatens to sue Subramanian Swamy

Rahul Gandhi threatens to sue Subramanian Swamy

02 Nov 2012

Rahul Gandhi on Thursday threatened to pursue "all legal actions" against Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy, who targeted him and Sonia Gandhi raising questions over acquisition of a company that published the now-defunct National Herald newspaper to which Congress gave a loan of over Rs 90 crore.

Rahul Gandhi,   Subramanian Swamy,   Janata Party chief,   Sonia Gandhi,   National Herald newspaper ,  
Sunny Leone hires three tutors to coach her in <strong>Hindi</strong> and dance skills

Sunny Leone hires three tutors to coach her in Hindi and dance skills

22 Aug 2012

After her average debut in Pooja Bhatt’s Jism 2, Sunny Leone does not want to leave any stone unturned before she starts work on her second film Ekta Kapoor’s sequel to Ragini MMS. Buzz is that the actress has roped in three tutors to coach her in Hindi and dance skills as well.

Sunny Leone,   Ragini MMS,   Sunny Leone upcoming films,  
Jharkhand’s ‘Anna’ runs handwritten <strong>newspaper</strong> for anti-corruption campaign

Jharkhand’s ‘Anna’ runs handwritten newspaper for anti-corruption campaign

23 Oct 2011

Far away from the political epicentre Delhi is a different journalist sprawling with pure passion of nationalism and public welfare. Gauri Shankar Rajak, an 81-year old in Dumka in Jharkhand has not been as lucky as the Gandhian Anna Hazare in getting popularity and support of the masses, but he too has been treading a similar path to banish corruption.

Gauri Shankar Rajak,   Dumka in Jharkhand,   Gandhian Anna Hazare,   corruption,   Jharkhand’s Anna,   Dumka Anna,   another Anna,  

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