Amar Ujala & Uttar Pradesh

Amar Ujala is a Hindi regional daily newspaper in India. It was founded on 18 April 1948 in Agra and is now distributed in Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and New Delhi. Uttar Pradesh (literally meaning Northern Province ) abbreviated U.P. is a state located in northern India. 2.3/5

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Amar Ujala grows 53% in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand as per latest ABC survey…
the small town boy Sachin Gupta nailed it..be it AIIMS, UP-CPMT or NEET-UG. AIR 15 in AIIMS, RANK 11 in UP-CPMT, AIR 289 in NEET-UG. laurels to the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya and to the district Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh hai vo bhi roadies vaala...u deserve more than that :) Anurag Gupta bhaai tumhaari to ab kah ke lenge !! and whats more shocking after all this is that the Jaunpur Media can not digest the glory of the moment...and they are like "ee AIIMS ka hota hai :P ".
Paper advt given in Amar Ujala newspaper by our dealer in Uttar Pradesh
My column in today's Amar Ujala. I argue that Uttar Pradesh can …
# Amar Ujala/CVoter Report: Uttar Pradesh voters more angry with the central UPA govt than the State SP govt. Not a good omen for Congress.
# Amar Ujala/CVoter Report Card: 40% in Uttar Pradesh say NO improvement in their lives over last 1 year; another 29% say it has gone worse.
Election Commission disqualifies MLA for paid news Chief Election Commissioner SY Qureshi has disqualified Umlesh Yadav, the sitting BSP legislator from Bisauli in Uttar Pradesh's Badaun district and barred her for three years from contesting any election for a paid news item.The Election Commission order pointed out that Umlesh had paid Rs 48,800 to the local editions of Hindi newspapers Amar Ujala and Dainik Jagran for publishing news items on April...
Hello all students. Here’s a Good news for all of you. As you all know, in the year 2010, our state university of Uttar Pradesh was partitioned in two parts, one was MTU and the other was GBTU. But recently a proposal passed by Technical Education Council to combine both universities and work as a single university have been approved under the CM Ship of Akhilesh Yadav. This news was confirmed by many sources like 31-october-2012 edition of Amar Ujala and by a Weekly magzine The Magz In 2010 the UPTU was divided in MTU and GBTU to operate in two different regions. Areas like Aligarh, Agra, Meerut, Bareili, Muradabad, and NCR were maintained by MTU and other remaining areas were handled by GBTU. This arrangement was done by Shree Mayawati government. But seing Chaos and problems faced by students of both the universities, Govt decided to approve the proposal passed by Technical education council. Hence it is now decided and will come into force very soon that UPTU will be the only state university of Ut ...
Amar Ujala is leading News Daily of North India from Uttar Pradesh, has now editions in Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir and has Hindi news updates on northern India
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