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Major News and Events of 26 April 2017

What Happened on 26 April 2017


MCD Election: BJP Retains All Three MCD Corporations

MCD election results revealed that BJP retained all three MCD corporations in Delhi. AAP this time could not retain its support and blamed the EVM machines for their failure. Congress saw itself in the third number. Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken stepped down from his position accepting responsibility for the defeat of the party.

CBSE to Conduct UGC NET Test

As mentioned by the HRD Ministry, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting the National Eligibility Test (NET) until government provides any further order.

HRD ministry intervened over conducting the test as last year CBSE wrote to the government about its inability to organise the test as many other tests are organised by it.  




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