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NEET Controversy: Question Paper Leaked From Jharkhand’s Hazaribagh, Say Sources

Amid the ongoing controversy over the NEET paper leak, it has been revealed that the question paper was leaked from an examination centre in Jharkhand's Hazaribagh, sources told ABP News. The information has been revealed on the basis of the pieces of the burnt question papers, which were found during raids in Patna, the sources said. The information regarding the leak was provided to the Economic Offences Unit (EOU) of Bihar Police by the National Testing Agency (NTA). BREAKING NEWS | झारखण्ड से लीक हुआ NEET का पेपर - सूत्र- पटना में बरामद जले पेपर से खुलासा - सूत्र@kumarprakash4u |'भारत की बात' @SavalRohitके साथ #BharatKiBaatOnABP #LokSbhaSpeaker #HindiNews #ABPNews — ABP News (@ABPNews) Jun...

Friction in Jharkhand BJP ahead of state polls as Sita Soren blames party leaders for Lok Sabha loss

Soren, the daughter-in-law of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) patriarch Shibu Soren, had defected to the BJP while accusing the JMM leadership of neglecting her and her family after the death of her husband, Durga Soren. After this, the BJP fielded her as its candidate in Dumka — replacing then sitting MP Sunil Soren — but she lost to JMM candidate Nalin Soren by 22,527 votes in a prestige battle.  Soren’s accusations aren’t the only instance of BJP infighting in the wake of the general elections — there was a commotion at a review meeting held by the state unit to discuss her defeat, with workers accusing several leaders of neglecting their duties. Another meeting saw a fight break out between supporters of Godda MP Nishikant Dubey and Deoghar MLA Narayan Das.Political analysts have noted...

12 pilgrims injured as bus rams into truck in Chandauli | India News – Times of India

VARANASI: At least 12 pilgrims from Jharkhand and West Bengal were injured when their bus rammed into a stationary truck on the national highway in Jhansi village of UP’s Chandauli district on Sunday morning. The pilgrims were heading to the Kedarnath shrine in Uttarakhand.Chandauli SP Anil Kumar said the injured pilgrims were admitted to the district hospital. The condition of three injured pilgrims — Sintu Pundesar of Bardhman, Ujjwal Goswami of Jamtara and Uttam Golmara of Dhanbad — was serious and they were referred to Varanasi.A group of 30 pilgrims from Jamtara district in Jharkhand and Bardhaman in West Bengal had booked the bus for Kedarnath pilgrimage.The pilgrims had stopped in Gaya for dinner break on Saturday night and then proceeded with the journey. Survivors told the poli...

Babulal Marandi losing hold among tribals? Jharkhand BJP chief faces state poll test after LS losses

On 6 June, as he addressed the newly elected BJP MPs, the mood was not exactly joyous though Babulal Marandi tried his best to exhort party workers and leaders. Smiles were faint; body language glum at the event. “This is a historic success. We should not rest now. A strong government has to be formed in Jharkhand as well,” the former Union minister said, asserting that the public made the NDA the biggest alliance in Jharkhand by giving 9 out of the total 14 parliamentary seats.But the facts are out there — the vote share of the BJP is down from about 51.6 percent in 2019 to 44.60 percent in the Lok Sabha elections.From 2019 onwards, by-polls have been held on seven assembly seats of which the JMM clinched Dumka, Madhupur, Dumri, and Gandey. The latest at Gandey took place in June in wh...

Monsoon Onset Likely Over Jharkhand Around June 19, North Bengal To Receive Heavy Rain In A Few

Jharkhand, which is presently reeling under heatwave conditions is likely to experience respite from heat as the onset of monsoon over the state is expected to happen around June 19. Meanwhile, the southwest monsoon is likely to advance into the whole of sub-Himalayan West Bengal and parts of the Gangetic West Bengal in the next four to five days. The delayed monsoon and persisting heatwave conditions have aggravated Jharkhand’s rainfall deficiency to 54 per cent. This may rise further as the onset of monsoon is expected around June 19, news agency PTI reported citing a weather official.  Several parts of Jharkhand have been suffering in the scorching heat with temperature over 40 degrees Celsius. The highest maximum temperature was recorded in Daltongan...

Monsoon likely to hit Jharkhand around June 19, rain deficiency rises to 54 per cent | India News – Times of India

RANCHI: Heatwave conditions and delayed monsoon have aggravated Jharkhand's rainfall deficiency to 54 per cent, and it may rise further as monsoon onset over the state is expected around June 19, a weather official said on Friday. Most parts of Jharkhand have been simmering over 40 degree Celsius, with Daltonganj recording the state's highest maximum temperature at 46.5 degree Celsius on Thursday. "The current progress of the monsoon is tardy. It is likely to get momentum after June 16, and we are expecting the onset of monsoon over Jharkhand around June 19," Abhishek Anand, in charge of Ranchi meteorological centre, told PTI. The normal date for monsoon onset in Jharkhand is June 10. However, it has been reaching Jharkhand between June 12 and June 25 since 2010, according to the monso...

Video | Finland में 22 हज़ार भारतीय, इनमें क़रीब 300 Bihar और Jharkhand से अधिकतर करते हैं IT Sector में काम

  Finland में 22 हज़ार भारतीय, इनमें क़रीब 300 Bihar और Jharkhand से अधिकतर करते हैं IT Sector में काम, देखे फ़िनलैंड से हमारे संवाददाता उमाशंकर सिंह की ये रिपोर्ट... Source link

Down from 3 to 0, what led to BJP’s whitewash in Jharkhand’s tribal seats in LS polls

Ranchi: The likes of Union minister Arjun Munda, former chief minister Madhu Koda’s wife Geeta Koda, three-time MLA Sita Soren, and BJP ST Morcha national president Samir Oraon bit the dust as the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) failed to open its account in the five tribal constituencies of Jharkhand.Before the state went to the polls, the BJP was confident of winning all the 14 Lok Sabha seats. But, when the results came out Tuesday, the BJP failed to even retain Dumka, Khunti and Lohardaga. The two other reserved constituencies are Rajmahal and Singhbhum.  Results show that the margin of loss in four seats — Khunti, Singhbhum, Rajmahal, and Lohardaga — were 1 lakh-plus votes. Further, BJP’s vote share has decreased in these reserved seats. INDIA bloc’s average vote share in these consti...