Delhi Confidential: Helping Out | Delhi Confidential News,The Indian Express

BJP MP Varun Gandhi, who has espoused the farmers’ cause as they agitated against farm bills, has succeeded in his attempts to bring justice to candidates appearing for the Rail Employment Board (RRB) exam later this month. Varun wrote to Minister of Railways Ashwini Vaishnau, requesting special arrangements for them, as they were given random check posts. In response to the MP’s requests, the minister decided to run special trains for candidates who take the exam. Varun, who said he wanted to help the candidates, most of whom were from an unsound economic background, expressed his gratitude to Vaishnau on social media. The railways announced that special trains will operate on the Patna-Agra Kant, Howrah, and Samastipur-Calcutta routes for screening on 15 June.

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With Shashi Shekhar Vembati wrapping up a five-year term as CEO of Indian Public Radio Prassar Bharati on Wednesday, another important organization attached to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has become vacant. Vempati, considered close to the authorities at the top, did not get an extension, and had to apply to the selection committee, which the government did not. However, the selection committee itself does not include all the required members. It was chaired by Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu, whose term is expiring in two months, and included I&B Secretary Apurva Chandra, and Chairman of the Press Council of India. However, the position of CPC Chairman has been vacant since November last year, when Judge C.K. Prasad (ret.) left his post. Prasar Bharati has not had its Chairman for more than two years after A Surya Prakash completed two terms in February 2020. The Managing Director of Doordarshan, Mayank Agarwal, has been assigned additional responsibility for Prasar Bharati CEO for the time being.

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Chances of medical seats remaining vacant in private colleges are virtually non-existent as they are able to do so, a doctor of the High Court said Thursday, at the hearing of an appeal seeking another round of counseling for vacant seats in the NEET-PG All India Quota. “Marketing” any seat that may remain vacant after advice has been given and filled. The submission caught the attention of Judge MR Shah, who was quick to tell the doctor that he had “really used the word market”. He noted that Judge B. Additional Solicitor General Balbir Singh, too, said medical education “has become a business today” and education as a whole is a business worldwide.

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