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With the change of power in Bihar, BJP has started organizational change. Party’s national president JP Nadda has replaced Bhupendra Yadav, former Maharashtra minister and senior leader Vinod Tawde, as the state in-charge. At the same time, Harish Dwivedi will remain the co-in-charge of the state.
Along with this, former Health Minister of Bihar and BJP leader Mangal Pandey has been given a big responsibility. He has been appointed as the state in-charge of West Bengal. At the same time, the party’s national secretary and Bihar BJP leader Rituraj Sinha has been made the joint co-ordinator of the North Eastern states. He will work there with Dr Sambit Patra.
BPSC’s 67th PT date extended again, now the exam will be held on September 30, not 21
Considering the demands of the candidates, Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has once again changed the date of 67th Preliminary Examination (PT). Now this exam will be conducted on Friday 30th September from 12 noon to 2 pm in a single shift. Earlier this exam was to be conducted on Wednesday 21 September.
In fact, BPSC and UPSC candidates had stopped CM Nitish Kumar’s convoy in Delhi to demand extension of the exam date. Seeing the crowd of students, Nitish Kumar got down from the car and talked to the candidates. The candidates had demanded from him to extend the date of BPSC PT.
Let us inform that there was a lot of confusion among the candidates regarding the examination to be held on 21st. Because the UPSC Mains exam is to be taken on 16, 17, 18, 24 and 25 September. That is, the BPSC 67th PT was to be taken on 21 September between the UPSC Mains examination to be held on 18 and 24 September. This would have caused problems to a large number of candidates who were going to appear in both the examinations. Bhaskar was the first to publish the news on this issue. Read full news here…
Woman murdered during robbery in Patna’s Parsa Bazar; Patna-Masaudhi road jam in protest, people’s uproar
During the early morning robbery in Parsa Bazar area of Patna, criminals strangled a woman to death. The woman has been identified as Saroj Devi, 60, a resident of Taranpur. After the incident, angry people have blocked the Patna-Masaudhi road. People are questioning the working style of the police.
It is being told that Saroj Devi went out for morning walk on Friday morning as usual. In this sequence, some miscreants started robbing him near Mukimpur Hans Ashram. The gold chain and earrings worn around the neck were looted. On protesting, he took them to the roadside field and strangled them to death. Read full news…
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