Category: Tamil Nadu
It is these people who speak about the quality of students. NEET does not bring quality. They claimed NEET to put an end to robbery in the name of fees. It has legalized the robbery.
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Upgrading should start from them. Start from Ketan Desai. Start from those private colleges which bribed him. Do it for the complicit ministers like Vijayabaskar. Start your anti-corruption drive from expelling Modi who appointed such criminals as the heads.
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“We studied in state board syllabus. All of a sudden, if we are given question paper based on CBSE syllabus, how can we manage?” That was their case. There are students like Anitha with 1176, 1180, etc. They questioned, are their marks meaningless, invalid, will they be rejected?
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I own a house. A person say X goes to court claiming my house to be his. The court hears the case and gives judgement that the house is mine. X files review petition. On hearing X, the court asks me to vacate as X is asking for it. I go out.
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If we take offensive position and expose their hypocrisy, they will attack you; they will abuse you to make you retreat. But, today the whole of Tamil Nadu has risen as one and spits on their faces.
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Had Anitha not committed suicide, what would have happened? Had she participated in a television debate, what would have happened? Those who argue in support of now, what they would have argued?
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New Democratic Labour Front – IT Employees Wing Public Meeting Scrap NEET for Medical Admissions Date : 15-09-2017 Friday Time : 6 pm to 9 pm Venue : Near Sholinganallur Signal
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Central, state governments and Supreme Court responsible! Abolish Privatization in Education! Fight brahminical BJP and its Supporters!
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When these women toiling day in and day out for meagre wages wield power in their hands, they will dig graves not only for Tasmac Liquor, but also for Corruption, Communalism, Casteism and Corporate Loot which exploit the lives of working class!
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Most of the workers get paid between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 8,000. “We are not covered under any medical scheme,” he added. He pointed out that the rural employees constituted 80% of the postal staff strength.
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Can we resolve any of these issues by petitioning this state serving the corporates and regressive forces? Does any electoral political party oppose the policies of privatization-liberalization-globalization which is the root cause of this corporate plunder? Does any of them propose an alternative?
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This is indeed an important milestone in the efforts to organize the 4 million strong IT/ITES workforce in India. IT companies having pan Indian presence, it is important to organize employees all over India. Such efforts are underway in IT hubs like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Pune, Kolkata and NCR.
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