Delhi Police on Thursday filed charge sheet against three arrested accused, including two government officials, in the corporate espionage case for allegedly possessing "sensitive" documents relating to various ministries.
Candidates, who qualify the prestigious civil services examination will be considered only for the central government services they opt for and not others, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.
Candidates, who have qualified the civil services (main) examination will have to mandatorily submit a new order of preferences of services they intend to join after their final selection, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.
The Union Public Service Commission will be conducting the National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy (NA) examinations at different venues located in 41 centres throughout the country on April 19 this year.
Seeking a review of its ruling quashing Jat quota, the government is likely to move the Supreme Court as the order has forced UPSC to put on hold the final results of the Civil Services (Mains) Examination.
The sudden resignation of former CBI Director AP Singh, who had come under cloud following his alleged links with the controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi, has been accepted by the President but questions remain over his decision to quit as member of the UPSC.
Government on Sunday held an all-party meeting and asked leaders to give their views in a fortnight on the contentious Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT), in a move to ward-off any renewed disruption in Parliament over the UPSC exam row.
Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Sunday called an all-party meet to discuss agenda for Parliament's Winter Session which will begin from Monday.The meeting has been called for smooth functioning of winter session of the Parliament.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has put details of the methodology used in translation of questions from English to Hindi language on its website to help the candidates of various competitive examinations conducted by it.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday reserved its verdict on a PIL filed by an NGO seeking one per cent out of total 3 per cent quota for persons with disabilities in UPSC's civil services exam for visually- impaired candidates.