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Daily Vocabulary Dose by SSCtube (16-01-2018)

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  Daily Vocabulary Dose by SSCtube (16-01-2018) Start learning most frequently asked words in SSC Exams through Daily Vocabulary Dose provided by SSCtube. Article The Aadhaar project (although the christening of it came later) was put in motion through an executive notification issued in January 2009, which established the Unique …

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Daily Vocabulary Dose by SSCtube (14-01-2018)

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  Daily Vocabulary Dose by SSCtube (14-01-2018) Start learning most frequently asked words in SSC Exams through Daily Vocabulary Dose provided by SSCtube. Turmoil: a state of great disturbance, confusion, or uncertainty.The country was in turmoil.   Inexorable: impossible to stop or prevent. The seemingly inexorable march of new technology.   Unprecedented : never done …

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Finmin asks SSC to hike exam fees instead

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Finmin asks SSC to hike exam fees instead With the Staff Selection commission anticipating a three-fold jump in its expenses to 900 crore, job seekers sitting for the examinations may have to fork out much higher fee. The central recruitment agency plans to take all test online from 2018-19 and …

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Improve Your Vocabulary From Newspaper(09-12-2017)

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Improve Your Vocabulary From Newspaper(09-12-2017) The Barelvi Bandwagon   In the first week of November, an obscure Barelvi organisation called Tehreek-e-Labbaik ya Rasool Allah (TLRA) came from Lahore to Islamabad and staged a sit-in in Faizabad blocking access to Islamabad from Rawalpindi. The mob worshipfully followed a foul-mouthed wheelchair-riding leader, …

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Improve Your Vocabulary From Newspaper(08-12-2017)

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Improve Your Vocabulary From Newspaper(08-12-2017) An Oversight Problem In a piece for these columns, (‘Give accountability a chance’, IE, December 2) Surjit Bhalla suggested that the RBI governor should testify before Parliament twice a year and raised the issue of parliamentarians asking the right questions to the governor. His column, …

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