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Civil services topper Tina Dabi got 52.49% in UPSC




Tina Dabi, the topper of civil services examination, secured just little over 52 percent marks, reflecting the strict evaluation yardstick adopted by the UPSC in conduct of the prestigious test to select the country’s top bureaucrats.

The civil services examination is conducted annually in Three stages–preliminary, main and interview–to select candidates for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among others.

22-year-old Tina, a graduate from Delhi’s Lady Shri Ram College, topped the 2015 civil services exam securing 1,063 marks (52.49 per cent) out of a total of 2,025–comprising 1,750 of main and 275 of interview.

Second ranked Athar Aamir Ul Shafi Khan from Jammu and Kashmir, got 1,018 marks (50.27 percent) and third rank holder Jasmeet Singh Sandhu secured 1,014 marks (50.07 percent), the UPSC said.

Khan was an Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) officer, while Sandhu an Indian Revenue Service (customs and Central Excise) officer. Both were undergoing training before making it to the top. A total of 1,078 candidates, including 499 in General category, 314 belonging to Other Backward Class, 176 from Scheduled Castes and 89 from Scheduled Tribes, have been recommended for appointment to various central government services on the basis of civil services 2015 examination results declared on May 6.



Prize money has been increased to Rs 2.5 lakh on Vikas Dubey, who killed police personnel




In Kanpur, the prize money has been increased to Rs 2.5 lakh on the history sheeter Vikas Dubey, who killed eight police personnel.

Earlier it was one lakh. Vikas Dubey is absconding since the incident. His last location was found in Auraiya.

Former UP DGP Vikram Singh said that the way the last location of Vikas Dubey has been traced in Auraiya, it is very likely that he has caught the rugged path of Chambal via Etawah. Agra can be reached through the rugged interior.

After reaching Agra, it becomes easy to enter MP and Rajasthan. In the case of notorious criminals, it is often seen that due to the setting, it becomes difficult for the two state police to become a co-ordinator or the other state police conducts a search operation to show themselves, but the criminal is hiding there.

Senior Superintendent of Police of Kanpur, Dinesh Kumar P, told that there was a reward of Rs 1 lakh on the history-sheeter Vikas Dubey. Now it has been increased to Rs 2.5 lakh.

The search for the culprit continues. He told that the posters of Mostwanted Vikas Dubey have been posted in the place. Posters have been posted in public places such as railways, bus stations and outposts.

Posters have been posted in public places such as railways, bus stations and outposts. The police have posted a poster of the prize criminal Vikas Dubey at every booth of the toll plaza in the Ajgan police station area on the Lucknow-Kanpur highway.

So that the passengers passing through the toll booths can also identify it, while every worker of the toll booths has been advised to keep an eye on the people in each vehicle.

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