• At 25, Naga lad clears UPSC exam, secures 133rd rank
    Vishü Rita Krocha Kohima | August 4 Richard Yanthan lost his father at a very young age, and first heard about the civil services from his mother when he was in standard II. He had a very vague idea about it then, but the allurement for civil services had already started from there even as he confesses that he really came to know what the Indian Administrative Service was while he was in his 9th standard where he also started looking at it as a service and not a job. &ldquo
  • Haryana farmer's son tops Civil Services exam, says 'Anyone can do it' 
    Chandigarh, August 4 (IANS): 29-year-old Pradeep Singh who topped the Civil Services exam 2019 has success mantras that can help crack the prestigious test and even lifes many complicated crises codes. Speaking to the media after the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) announced the test results on Tuesday, Singh said the mantra for success is simple: "If one has determination, he will achieve success." Son of a farmer from Haryana's Sonipat district, Singh (29)
  • Richard Yanthan set to be first Naga IAS Officer since 2007
    Secures 133rd position in the Civil Services Exam 2019 results announced by UPSC on August 4   Morung Express News Dimapur | August 4 Is the civil services exam a tough nut to crack for Nagas? The Morung Express posed last year on May 8 right after the declaration of the final result of the 3-stage set of tests conducted by UPSC.  It is not so, Richard Yanthan answered in kind this year. He was ranked 133 in the overall category, according to the Civil Services E