Taking a serious view of allegations of mass copying by Class XII students at Jamkandorna examination centre in Rajkot,the examination committee has decided to summon all 2,176 candidates for a personal hearing.
The prestigious Punjab Public Service Commission examination,which began on September 14,may come under scanner following allegations made by some candidates who appeared for accounting and finance Paper-1 exam on September 15.
New Delhi, Feb 11 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Thursday reserved its order on the plea of complaint seeking cancellation of anticipatory bail granted to RK Pachauri. R K Pachauri's lawyer Ashish Dixit said that the police had filed a status report that states that there are no allegations levelled on him.
Patna, Jan 24 (ANI): Janata Dal (United) (JD-U) MLA Sarfaraz Alam, accused of abusing a couple on a train, was today arrested by the Railway Police. According to the complaint, the incident occurred on January 17 when Alam allegedly misbehaved with the couple on board the train. An FIR was registered against him with GRP Patna the next day. The MLA was allegedly travelling without ticket and was drunk. A footage of the purported incident was also aired by the media. Meanwhile, Sarfaraz Alam after reaching Railway Police Station, maintained his stand and said that allegations against him are baseless.
Kolkata, Jan 06 (ANI): Madrassa teacher Kazi Masum Akhtar on Wednesday said it had been nine months since he was brutally attacked by some hardliners for training students to sing the national anthem in his school in Kolkata. On 26th March 2015, Akhtar was brutally attacked in his school by some hardliners from the neighbouring area, over allegations that he was hurting religious sentiments of the Muslim community. He stated that he had paid the price for being patriotic. He added that he is still waiting for justice from the state government.