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000 feet while traversing on the busy air route to Europe.000 crore in 144 assembly constituencies are under consideration. NCP senior leaders said?others prevailed over him to make the provisions before an election year. For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: January 4 2017 10:07 pm Uttarakhand CM Harish Rawat (Source: File Photo) Top News Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat will sit on a one-day hunger strike on Thursday to protest against the Centre’s “neglect” of the hill state Soon after the announcement of Assembly election dates in five states by the Election Commission on Wednesday Rawat arrived in the national capital ahead of his planned protest Watch what else is making news Earlier he had announced his plans to stage protests against the “rejection” of the Uttarakhand government’s masterplan on Bhagirathi eco-sensitive zone Rawat whose government was briefly dismissed last year has frequently been at loggerheads with the Centre For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 17 2016 2:25 am A clutch of petitions filed by several deemed universities challenged the GR and the ministry’s circular Top News The Supreme Court Friday stayed the Bombay High Court order which had halted the directive by the Centre and the Maharashtra government to hold combined counselling of students for admission to MBBS and dental courses in accordance with the merit list of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) “Prima facie we are of the view that the High Court should not have stayed the orders issued by the State of Maharashtra and the Union of India dated 20082016 and 09082016 respectively Hence the impugned order passed by the Bombay High Court is stayed till the next date of hearing” said a bench led by Justice Shiva Kirti Singh The court also ordered the governments and private medical colleges which challenged the directive of combined counselling to maintain a status quo with regard to the admissions The batch of appeal against the High Court order will now be heard by a five-judge Constitution Bench Monday As per the Supreme Court’s order the admission process for medical and dental courses has to be completed by September 30 On August 31 the High Court had stayed the Government Resolution (GR) issued by the Maharashtra government and the circular issued by the Centre that asked for combined counselling of aspirants for medical and dental courses Issued on August 20 this year the GR had made it mandatory for all deemed medical universities and dental colleges to admit students on the basis of the state-organised “Combined Counselling/Centralised Admission Process” The GR was based on an August 9 letter from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare A clutch of petitions filed by several deemed universities challenged the GR and the ministry’s circular They contended that the deemed universities are governed by statutory powers of the UGC and by the Medical Council of India and the state government cannot infringe upon their rights to admit students In its appeal the Centre argued that it was not tinkering with the colleges’ right to admit students but was trying to streamline the process after the advent of NEET A day earlier the University Grants Commission (UGC) ordered all deemed universities to conduct common counselling and admit students based on their National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) scores In an order to the vice-chancellors of all deemed universities UGC Deputy Secretary Sunita Siwach instructed “All Institutions Deemed to be Universities shall be part of common counselling for admission in medical courses organised either by State government/Central Government or through its agencies based on the marks obtained in NEET” Earlier the High Court had granted the deemed universities an interim stay on a government resolution that made it compulsory for the universities to follow the centralised process for MBBS and BDS admissions on the basis of NEET scores Three deemed universities had challenged the state While the High Court allowed universities to conduct their own counselling it also said the admissions should be based on NEET scores The UGC order however clarifies that deemed universities cannot conduct their own counselling and must go through the common counselling process The development comes as a relief to aspirants and parents who are currently demanding an 85 per cent reservation of seats for Maharashtra domicile The Supreme Court will hear the case on Monday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Nagpur | Updated: April 8 2014 1:14 pm Related News The Congress has claimed that it is the first to appoint all booth-level agents authorised under the new arrangement by the Election Commission of India for on-the-spot changes/corrections in electoral rolls for Ramtek Lok Sabha constituency Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan was in the city to address the booth-level agents 2237 of them were appointed for the constituency represented in the Lok Sabha by Mukul Wasnik The agents will effect the changesif anyin consultation with government booth-level officers to modify the rolls at the booth level itself as against the earlier system of the rolls being sent to state-level party functionaries There had been a demand for the system in 2008 But it couldnt be implemented in the 2009 elections Ramtek is the first constituency where the party has completed the process? The two went to Delhi and spent the night at the railway station. and visited us only during his holidays. For all the latest Mumbai News,another bi-annual event that will be held next year in Lyon.Our entire education is driven by the teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ, I have always been passionate about children. Addressing the session on ‘Religion — Tolerance and Terror’ at the India Ideas Conclave 2014.

“People are fed up with thriving corruption under Harish Rawat and want to get rid of his government.” Sandeep said. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Jammu | Published: October 23.

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