A list of politicians who have been embroiled in fake degree controversies
Irani, who had last week returned from a foreign trip, was admitted to the hospital after she complained of pain and discomfort due to the boil.
A ministry statement after the meeting also stated that ‘all VCs assured that their preparations are complete and they will be starting CBCS this academic session’.
At least 400 students from various colleges affiliated to the University have failed in Sociology.
Senior party officials said the AAP would protest against the failure of the BJP to ask either Vasundhara Raje or Sushma Swaraj or Smriti Irani to resign from their posts.
Hitting hard at the Prime Minister over his “continued silence” over the raging controversy, Congress spokesperson said, “four women have turned speechless the most frank and outspoken man”.
Vasundhara Raje and Sushma Swaraj, two of the top women BJP leaders are involved in the Lalit Modi row and two others in separate controversies. Will the party take stern action and send out a message?
The Congress is set to organise Jan Chetna rallies in Varanasi from next month to cover about 1,000 villages.
The 28-year-old has also engaged in PIL activism and has taken on the extortion mafia inside the capital’s municipal authorities.
Congress leader Ajay Maken claimed that Irani’s continuation as the HRD minister could influence the probe.
The complaint alleged that Irani, in her three affidavits filed before the EC, had allegedly furnished different details about her educational qualification.
The complaint was filed by freelance writer Ahmer Khan who alleged that Irani, in her three affidavits before the EC had given different details about educationally qualification.
“We want the government to remove Irani the way Delhi government removed its former minister Jitender Tomar,” said Delhi Youth Congress President Amit Malik.
ICHR Member Secy Gopinath Ravindran last week became the fourth official of a major academic/research institution to resign; two others have blamed the HRD Ministry. Report
Although the school heads say that yoga may be helpful for the overall development of a child and can help students relieve stress, they say it should not be imposed upon children.