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Major News and Events of 29 March 2018

What Happened on 29 March 2018

Four thousand five hundred crore rupees approved for the development projects of North-East

Cabinet has approved four thousand five hundred crore rupees for the schemes of North Eastern Council (NEC) which will boost the development projects of the North -East. This amount has been approved for the scheme for three years up to March 2020.

PM has taken note of CBSE Paper leak, says HRD Minister

Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) is going to re-conduct the exams of Class XII Economics and Class X Maths as both papers were leaked ahead of the exams. Human Resource and Development Minister Prakash Javedkar said PM Modi has taken the note of this paper leak and asked for a further inquiry. Javedkar further said police is investigating the matter.

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