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Arjun Singh In Hospital After Chest Pains

Arjun Singh, the minister of human resources, has been hospitalized after he complained of chest pain.//..The minister, who arrived in this twin capital of Punjab and Haryana Sunday evening, was admitted to the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) at night. ....Though he is still under observation, doctors said he is likely to be discharged by Monday afternoon... .....

Medical Students Go On A Strike Over Quota System; Demand To Meet Arjun Singh

Students in five of the leading medical colleges in New Delhi went on a strike in order to protest against the quota system in elite colleges//, which they called as unfair. Students of AIIMS, Safdarjung, Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge and Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital went on a strike on Wednesday and tried to meet HRD Minister Arjun Singh. ..Amitasha Sinha, a medical student leader a...

Arjun Singh Softens Stand on Quota But says Reservation Irrevocable

New Delhi: Human Resource Minister Arjun Singh said that the government will try to do a balancing act however the proposed quota remains irrevocable.// .. ..Arjun Singh said in the parliament "There is no question of going back on what we have proposed. What we can try to do is make efforts to not to create any more tensions and come out with a balanced solution." .. ..Meanwhile there were wide...
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