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CUET-UG exam to now take place from Aug 24

CUET-UG exam to now take place from Aug 24

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New Delhi: The CUET- UG examination, scheduled for August 4 across 17 states, but postponed till August 12 due to administrative and technical reasons, will now be held from August 24 to 28. TNS

SpiceJet flyers walk on tarmac after waiting for bus

New Delhi: Several passengers who disembarked from SpiceJet's Hyderabad-Delhi flight on Saturday walked on the tarmac as the airline could not provide a bus for 45 minutes. DGCA is looking into the incident. TNS

Pak returnee docs get chance to practise

New Delhi: The National Medical Commission (NMC) has issued a public notice inviting applications from minorities who have migrated to India from Pakistan to practise medicine in India. The notice will apply to persecuted minorities from Pakistan who entered India on or before December 31, 2014, in line with the Citizenship Amendment Act. TNS

Manipur tense, data services suspended

Imphal: The situation in Manipur remained tense on Sunday after mobile Internet services were suspended across the state and prohibitory orders imposed in some areas. The move came in the wake of an “economic blockade” on two national highways called by an influential student body over more autonomy for hill districts, officials said.

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