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No need for separate examination for IPS: Govt

The government has told Parliament that a separate exam for recruiting IPS officers is not required, a decision that mirrors the UPSC view

J&K to formulate its own education policy

A panel of experts will also work on formulating a new language policy to enable instruction in multiple languages

Red beacon only for constitutional posts: SC

It has asked the Centre to issue a fresh list of people eligible for using a red beacon and asked the govt to amend the rule within 3 months

India to push for freeing Internet from US control

Given its cyber security challenges, India wants to ensure that the US, Russia & China pay heed to its concerns on internet governance

Chandigarh UT releases new IT & Electronics Policy

The policy aims to promote SMEs, young entrepreneurs and is aimed at making at least one female e-literate in every household

Haryana to have its own state commission for SCs

The state government has issued a notification to set up a commission for SCs in the state, comprising a chairperson and three members

5-day State mourning as respect to Nelson Mandela

The Indian national flag will be flown at half mast from 6-10 December across the country and there will be no official entertainment

Govt-staff strikes non-bailable offence in K'taka

The amended Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) makes striking essential work a non-bailable offence, with arrest without a warrant

FinMin presents best practice guide for regulators

Broad guidelines for all regulators have been prepared to modify their operations according to the recommendations of the FSLRC

India Post bank may need Cabinet nod

India Post has argued that a banking licence for would help expedite the government's financial inclusion programme; boost savings and investment

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