Gujarati was included in JEE exam as no other state showed interest: NTA

Maharashtra too had opted for admitting engineering candidates in the state colleges through JEE (Main) and requested to provide the question papers in Marathi and Urdu

Current Affairs:In the midst of the contention over the consideration of Gujarati in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), the National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday explained that it made paper accessible just in that state’s language as no other state had demonstrated enthusiasm for the proposition sent a very long time in 2013.

“The JEE (Main) Examination began in 2013 with the possibility of all states conceding their building competitors through JEE (Main). The solicitation was sent to every one of the states in the year 2013. Just the Gujarat state consented to concede their up-and-comers in state designing universities of Gujarat through JEE (Main) and mentioned that the JEE (Main) paper be made accessible in Gujarati language,” the official statement by NTA read.

As per the discharge, Maharashtra also had settled on conceding building up-and-comers in the state schools through JEE (Main) and mentioned to give the inquiry papers in Marathi and Urdu.

Be that as it may, according to the discharge, in 2016 both Gujarat and Maharashtra quit offering admission to state universities through JEE (Main).

“Notwithstanding, the interpretation of JEE (Main) question paper in Gujarati language proceeded on the solicitation of Gujarat State. None of different states have drawn nearer NTA to give the JEE (Main) question paper in some other Indian National Language”, the announcement included.

Recently, the Department of Higher Education West Bengal had kept in touch with the NTA saying that incorporation of Bengali is exceptionally supported when JEE (Main)- 2020 inquiry paper will likewise be in the Gujarati language.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee too had requested the tests to be led in every single local language, including Bengali.

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BJP promises Vidyasagar statue at ‘same spot’ in befitting reply to TMC

‘Those involved in this act should be given strong punishment’, said PM Modi

LokSabha Elections 2019:Head administrator Narendra Modi on Thursday said his legislature was submitted towards Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar’s vision and guaranteed to introduce his stupendous statue at a similar spot in Kolkata where it was vandalized by “TMC goondas”.

While lashing out at Mamata Banerjee, the executive said he was going for a rally in Dum later in the day however didn’t know whether the West Bengal Chief Minister will enable his helicopter to arrive.

Tending to a decision rally, Modi said,”The statue of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was broken by TMC goondas amid the street show of BJP President Amit Shah. Those engaged with this demonstration ought to be given solid discipline”.

He said a fabulous “panch dhatu” (made up of five metals) statue of Ishwar Chand Vidyasagar will be introduced at a similar spot to give a befitting answer to TMC specialists.

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Kolkata saw wide-spread brutality amid BJP president Shah’s huge street show Tuesday. A bust of nineteenth century Bengali symbol Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was vandalized amid the savagery.

Hitting back at BSP supremo Mayawati, who had assaulted him over savagery in West Bengal, Modi stated, “The way where the West Bengal government has been focusing on UPiites, Biharis and those from Purvanchal, he thought Behenji will give a befitting answer yet she is increasingly worried about power”.

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Don’t need BJP money, Bengal can rebuild Vidyasagar’s statue: Mamata

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during a rally in Uttar Pradesh, had promised to install the statue at the same spot where it stood before being desecrated on Tuesday

LokSabha Elections 2019:Boss Minister Mamata Banerjee said Thursday Bengal does not require cash from the BJP, it has enough assets to remake the Vidyasagar statue that was vandalized at a Kolkata school following Amit Shah’s roadshow.

Executive Narendra Modi, amid a rally in Uttar Pradesh, had guaranteed to introduce the statue at a similar spot where it remained before being profaned on Tuesday.

Tending to a rally here, Banerjee stated, “Modi has guaranteed to reconstruct the Vidyasagar statue in Kolkata. For what reason should we take their (BJP’s) cash, Bengal has enough assets.”

She additionally assaulted the BJP, asserting that vandalizing statues was one of its propensities and that the gathering has done as such in Tripura also.

“The BJP has obliterated 200-year-old legacy of West Bengal, those supporting the gathering won’t be acknowledged by the general public,” she cautioned.

Hitting out at the saffron party over its internet based life posts, the Trinamool Congress supremo additionally said that the BJP had been spreading canards over Facebook and Twitter.

“The BJP is attempting to prompt individuals and cause riots with its phony posts via web-based networking media,” she included.

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Tortured in jail, won’t apologise: BJP activist on sharing Mamata’s photo

‘I don’t have any regrets. I have not done anything for which I will have to apologise,’ Priyanka Sharma said

LokSabha Elections 2019:BJP youth wing extremist Priyanka Sharma, who left prison on Wednesday in the wake of being captured for posting a transformed picture of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Facebook, said she would not apologize.

“I don’t have any second thoughts. I have not done anything for which I should apologize,” Sharma told a question and answer session at the BJP office here.

She was discharged at 9.40 am from the Alipore correctional facility following five days following a Supreme Court request.

The BJP extremist claimed that she was bothered and tormented inside prison. “I was tormented in the correctional facility. Indeed, even the guard pushed me yesterday. I disclosed to them I am not a criminal that you are pushing me into the prison room this way,” she said. “They acted all around discourteously. The condition inside was awful.”

Nearby BJP pioneers and her mom were available outside the prison in south Kolkata when she was discharged.

“Me and my family has experienced much anguish which I figure I don’t merit,” Sharma told PTI over telephone.

Her sibling, Rajiv Sharma, claimed that the correctional facility specialists disregarded the Supreme Court request by not discharging her on Tuesday.

“When we went to the correctional facility yesterday, authorities said they required a printed copy of the request. I am in Delhi and it required investment to get the printed copy of the request and in this manner the postponement. They didn’t keep the Supreme Court request of prompt discharge,” he said

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EC to hold review meeting before phase 7; West Bengal might be focus

The review meeting will be held via video conference and will be attended by poll officials and observers for constituencies going to polls on the 19th

LokSabha Elections 2019:The Election Commission will on Wednesday hold an audit meeting with eyewitnesses and state boss constituent officers for the last period of Lok Sabha surveys on May 19.

The audit meeting which will be held by means of video gathering, comes multi day after BJP and Trinamool Congress specialists took on pitched conflicts in the city of Kolkata amid a huge street appear by the saffron party president Amit Shah.

“Since nine out of 59 parliamentary voting public going for survey on May 19 are from West Bengal, it is regular that onlookers and survey authorities from the state will likewise take an interest,” an authority said.

He, in any case, would not say whether the attention will be on West Bengal.

While Trinamool Congress has looked for a gathering with the Commission on the issue, a Bharatiya Janata Party appointment asked the Election Commission on Tuesday to bar West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee from crusading in the state and affirmed that “established hardware” has crumpled there.

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India’s might acknowleged globally because of my foreign trips, says Modi

Taking a dig at the opposition, he said, anybody whose party is contesting even 20-25 seats, wants to become the prime minister

Elections:Frequently in the line of restriction fire over his outside outings, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday said India’s strength was being recognized internationally as a result of his various visits abroad.

Taking on the restriction for the analysis that he was seen more abroad than in the nation amid his residency as the head administrator, Modi stated, barely five years back India thought that it was hard to get its voice heard, however at this point the world stands with it.

“I read some place that Didi (Mamata banerjee) has said this chaiwala was caught up with making outside outings all these five years, however today India’s strength is being recognized wherever as a result of these visits,” he said while tending to a race rally here in Birbhum locale.

Attacking the resistance, he stated, anyone whose party is challenging even 20-25 seats, needs to turn into the head administrator.

“Sab ghungroo bandhke taiyar ho gaye (everyone is decked up to take the last place anyone would want to be),” he stated, ridiculing them.

Expressing gratitude toward the Election Commission for its endeavors to hold free and reasonable decisions, the head administrator stated, “Didi, be that as it may, is irate with the survey board in view of this very reason.”

He likewise guaranteed that after the three periods of surveying it has turned out to be obvious from news reports that the Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee’s “sun is going to set” in West Bengal.

“On the off chance that Didi has the intensity of goondas, we have the quality of majority rule government,” he included

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