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UPSC CSE Main schedule 2019 released: Exam to begin from September 20

UPSC CSE Main schedule 2019: The UPSC CSE exams will be conducted from September 20 to September 29, as per the schedule. The forenoon session will be held from 9 am to noon and afternoon from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Delhi HC allows accused to take Manipur Civil Service exam in custody

The court said that as the exam is scheduled on May 12, the accused be taken to Imphal by economy flight on Saturday and brought back to Delhi on May 13.

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UPSC results: First Gujjar woman in Jammu cracks civil services exam, milestone for community

The head of the Gujjar Desh Charitable Trust, Javed Rahi, said that Bashir’s success indicated the empowerment of the Gujjar community, which forms the third biggest ethnic group after Kashmiris and Dogras in the state.

Haryana Civil Services Exam: High Court directs HPSC to allow Sikh candidates carrying five articles of faith

Advocate Charanpal Singh Bagri Saturday filed a PIL claiming that the HPSC, through a recent announcement, has prohibited the candidates from carrying any religious articles inside the examination centre. The Chief Justice directed to constitute a bench to take up the PIL.

UPPSC told to allow ST candidate sit for PCS-2010 interview

The candidate was deprived of the chance to appear in the interview in connection with the PCS-2010 examinations.

Rajnath Singh holds high-level meet on civil services exam row

There are two compulsory papers of 200 marks each in the preliminary examination.

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Deserted by husband just after marriage,Gujarat girl clears top UPSC exam

Dowry demand: 15 days after her marriage 5 years ago,she was deserted by her NRI husband.

The UPSC language barrier

A look at the new format planned for the civil services exam

After House uproar,govt puts UPSC move on hold

Sharad Yadav attacked the UPSC chairman and urged the government to impeach him.

Outraged MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan,others blast UPSC for being anti-rural India

Pro-Hindi and pro-regional language 'lobby' gives a call to start a pan-India movement against UPSC.

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