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Privilege motion: Robert Vadra replies to Lok Sabha <strong>Secretariat</strong>, invokes freedom of speech

Privilege motion: Robert Vadra replies to Lok Sabha Secretariat, invokes freedom of speech

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, today invoked the constitutional right of freedom of speech in his reply to a notice served by the Lok Sabha Secretariat on a privilege motion moved against him for a Facebook post.

Robert Vadra,   Congress president,   Sonia Gandhi,   Freedom of speech,   Lok Sabha Secretariat,   Privilege motion,   Facebook post,  
India will have to wait for Microsoft's Cortana

India will have to wait for Microsoft's Cortana

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Windows users in India will have to wait for some more time for voice-activated digital assistant 'Cortana' as Microsoft is updating the software with "strong" local content.

Microsoft Corporation,   Windows 10,   Windows 10 upgrade,   Windows 10 India,   Digital assistant,   Cortana,  
AIPMT dress code: Minority organisation criticises SC decision

AIPMT dress code: Minority organisation criticises SC decision

29 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A minority organisation, which had moved the Supreme Court against CBSE's decision to ban wearing of headscarf and hijab while appearing for AIPMT examination, today criticised the apex court's order refusing to entertain the plea.

Minority,   Supreme Court,   CBSE,   Headscarf,   Hijab,   AIPMT examination,   Apex court,  
Lok Sabha <strong>secretariat</strong> notice to Robert Vadra over Facebook comment

Lok Sabha secretariat notice to Robert Vadra over Facebook comment

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha secretariat has sought an explanation from Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, for his Facebook comment allegedly criticising the functioning of Parliament.

Lok Sabha,   Robert Vadra,   Congress president,   Sonia Gandhi,   Facebook,   Parliament,  
Facebook tests virtual <strong>assistant</strong> on Messenger

Facebook tests virtual assistant on Messenger

14 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Social networking major Facebook Inc has been working on a virtual assistant and has reportedly tested it on its Messenger app.

Social networking,   Facebook Inc,   Virtual assistant,   Messenger app,   Moneypenny,  
Over five lakh candidates for 1,500 Kerala government vacancies

Over five lakh candidates for 1,500 Kerala government vacancies

16 May 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Some 5,17,633 candidates will write an exam conducted by the Kerala Public Service Commission at 2,121 centres across the state on Saturday.

Kerala Public Service Commission,   Kerala government vacancies,   Kerala government examination,   Kerala secretariat assistant post,   Kerala secretariat examination,  
Civil services topper scored 53 percent; mark sheets put online

Civil services topper scored 53 percent; mark sheets put online

21 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The topper of civil services examination has got about 53 percent, thus showing the strict pattern of the exam  conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for selecting country's top bureaucrats.

Civil services examination,   Union Public Service Commission,   UPSC,   Bureaucrats,   UPSC results 2015,  
 French film showcases Anand Kumar's Super 30 success

French film showcases Anand Kumar's Super 30 success

22 Jul 2015

Patna: Mathematician Anand Kumar's Super 30, acclaimed for helping students of deprived section to crack the prestigious IIT entrance examination, now features in a film made by famous French director Pascal Plisson.

French film,   Anand Kumar,   Super 30,   IIT entrance examination,   Mathematician,   The Big Days,   French director Pascal Plisson,   Latest hollywood news ,  
AISF criticizes Bihar government over lathicharge on students

AISF criticizes Bihar government over lathicharge on students

27 Jun 2012

The Delhi unit of All India Students Federation criticized the lathicharge on the students of the Communist Party of India’s student wings who were staging gherao of the Bihar Assembly House on June 26 over the alleged irregularities in the examination for Secretariat Assistant.

All India Students Federation,   AISF stages protest,   Secretariat Assistant examination,  
PM Modi congratulates successful UPSC candidates

PM Modi congratulates successful UPSC candidates

05 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated the successful candidates of civil services examination and advised those who could not make it that they should not be deterred from future endeavours.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   civil services examination,   UPSC,   Latest News,  

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