Indian Army Relation / Pune Sunday

According to a complaint received by the police, the accused were about to leak the exam papers of the Indian Army Relation recruitment exam being held in Pune on Sunday

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The Queen’s message to people across the world who have sent tributes and messages of condolence following the death of The Duke of Edinburgh.

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A video of soldiers thrashing some men is making the rounds on social media, with the claim that it is from India. India Today's AFWA probes the truth. @AFWACheck  #FactCheck 

We have a PM who has chosen not to 'fix' a payrise for our heroic and exhausted #NHS  staff, but did commit to 'fix' tax rules by text for a billionaire Tory donor who happens to be the UK's richest person who could well afford to help #PMQs 

When billions of people in the world need Covid vaccines, you'd think drug companies might want to discuss equitable access Yet not one CEO has responded to invitation to open meeting about the #PeoplesVaccine  with @GlobalJusticeUK  So I've signed letter asking them to attend

What does the PM think is the right thing to do if he receives a text from a billionaire asking him to fix tax rules? asks Keir StarmerBoris Johnson says he makes no apology "for doing everything I possibly can... to secure ventilators" #PMQs 

My RUMBLE podcast about how to send the thousands of Dereck Chauvins to their rightful day of justice. Let’s abolish militarized police forces and replace them with Public Safety servants of the people. Listen: AppleSpotify

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📢 @IBlackfordSNPMP  : “Whether it’s ‘cash for questions’ in the 90's or ‘texts for contracts’ during this pandemic - people know this is the same old story. This is how the Tories do government.   The Prime Minister is at the very heart of this scandal.” #PMQs 

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Labour leader Keir Starmer says PM "hasn't fixed" the crisis for UK steel workers "I believe in British steel," says Boris Johnson who adds that the government has been meeting with unions and management from Liberty Steel#PMQs 

Many hospitals in Delhi and few other states are currently operating on the edge due to a shortage of medical #oxygen . #Covid19  #coronavirus 

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