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    Members of the Students and Unemployment Federation protested in front of the Telangana State Public Service Commission office, demanding job notifications for two lakh jobs in the State. They criticized the Congress party for not fulfilling their promises to address unemployment issues.

    The protesters demanded that the selection of candidates for the Group-I Main exam be in a 1:100 ratio instead of 1:50. They also urged the government to provide a fair chance to aspirants for the 563 Group-I posts, as the notification was issued after a long gap.

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    State President of the Student and Unemployed Federation, Kompelli Raju, called for the release of all job notifications, filling two lakh jobs this year, and canceling GO 46. He also requested an unemployment allowance of Rs 4,000 and conducting Group exams in December.

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