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Tamilnadu State Board Students could not find their Place in the Top 10 MBBS / BDS Rank List

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Vijayabaskar NEET Rank List
Mr. C. Vijayabaskar (Health Minister) with Dr. Radhakrishnan (Secretary), released the MBBS/BDS Admission Rank list (Photo Courtesy: DC)

The Top 10 list has given place to 8 CBSE students and 2 ISC students

Mr. C. Vijayabaskar, Health minister of Tamilnadu has released the rank list based on the NEET test for the students who are seeking to get admission in Government aided colleges and self-financing colleges. The top 10 list has given place to 8 CBSE students and 2 ISC students. None of the Tamilnadu state board students could find their place in top 10.

The parents of the middle-class who can afford only state board seat in schools for their children are slowly losing their hope of making their children as professionals in medicine. The NEET result and this rank list break the dreams of our young pillars of India in Tamilnadu.

The protest against NEET doesn’t help the skateboard students to protect their future as a Doctor or a professional in medicine. What could be the solution? Pushing the state board students to prepare for NEET as an additional course along with their state board exams? Doesn’t it show the peak of inequality in education? We leave questions to the state and central governments.

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List of CRPF Jawans Killed in Pulwama Terror Attack – Two Jawans from Tamilnadu

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Pulwama Terror Attack - List of jawans killed

The recent Pulwama Terror attack on the Jammu-Srinagar highway on 14th February 2019, killed around 40 CRPF jawans from different Indian states, including two jawans from Tamilnadu. This terror attack is considered as the worst attack in the last 3 decades in India. Tamilandu lost G. Subramanian (Savalapperi village, Tuticorin district) and C. Sivachandran (Karugudi village, near Ariyalur), who were brave-hearted and always encouraged the youth in their villages to join CRPF. Here is a list of soldiers fallen in the attack.

A List of CRPF Jawans Killed in Pulwama Terror Attack

  1. Subramanian G (Tamilnadu)
  2. Sivachandran C (Tamilnadu)
  3. Naseer Ahmad (Jammu and Kashmir)
  4. Jaimal Singh (Punjab)
  5. Sukhjinder Singh (Punjab)
  6. Tilak Raj (Himachal Pradesh)
  7. Rohitash Lamba (Rajasthan)
  8. Vijay Soreng (Jharkhand)
  9. Vasantha Kumar VV (Kerala)
  10. Manoja Kumar Behera (Odisha)
  11. GD Guru H (Karnataka)
  12. Narayan Lal Gurjar (Rajasthan)
  13. Mahesh Kumar (Uttar Pradesh)
  14. Pradeep Kumar (Uttar Pradesh)
  15. Hemraj Meena (Rajasthan)
  16. PK Sahoo (Odisha)
  17. Ramesh Yadav (Uttar Pradesh)
  18. Sanjay Rajput (Maharashtra)
  19. Koushal Kumar Rawat (Uttar Pradesh)
  20. Pradeep Singh (Uttar Pradesh)
  21. Shyam Babu (Uttar Pradesh)
  22. Ajit Kumar Azad (Uttar Pradesh)
  23. Maninder Singh Attri (Punjab)
  24. Bablu Santra (West Bengal)
  25. Ashvni Kumar Kaochi (Madhya Pradesh)
  26. Rathod Nitin Shivaji (Maharashtra)
  27. Bhagirathi Singh (Rajasthan)
  28. Virendra Singh (Uttarakhand)
  29. Awadhesh Kumar Yadav (Uttar Pradesh)
  30. Ratan Kumar Thakur (Bihar)
  31. Kankaj Kumar Tripathi (Uttar Pradesh)
  32. Jeet Ram (Rajasthan)
  33. Amit Kumar (Uttar Pradesh)
  34. Vijay Kr. Mourya (Uttar Pradesh)
  35. Kulwinder Singh (Punjab)
  36. Maneswar Bsumatari (Assam)
  37. Mohan Lal (Uttarakhand)
  38. Sanjay Kumar Sinha (Bihar)
  39. Ram Vakeel (Uttar Pradesh)
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Tamilnadu government has announced 20 lakhs to their families as compensation. This reward may not compensate their sacrifice to our nation. However, paying tribute to these soldiers is the duty of every Indian. May their souls rest in peace.

Jai Hind!

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Helmet is Mandatory for Bikers and Pillion Riders – High Court

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Helmet is Mandatory

The High Court Ordered the Tamilnadu Government to implement Mandatory Helmet for the bike riders and pillion riders. The High Court was dissatisfied with the Government’s stand on not strictly implementing the rule all over the Tamilnadu.
The Tamilnadu Police department collected Rs 13.2 crore fine since 2013 to July 2018 from two wheeler riders for not wearing helmet. The Police department also reported they have taken many awareness programmes on the importance of wearing helmets. This order from the High Court also stressed the importance of wearing seat belts while driving cars.

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8 – Way Road Project from Chennai to Salem – A Detailed Explanation

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8 Way Express Road Project Chennai to Salem Explanation

A detailed explanation on the 8 Way Express Road Project from Chennai to Salem is presented here. Is this project really a fruitful project for the people? Is this express road way really necessary with so many Toll Plazas? Is this way really affordable for a common man in Tamilnadu? Who will be really benefited by this Project? Find answers for these questions from the Video.

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