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Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] February 26 ( ANI ): A controversy has erupted after a question in the Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSRB) exams regraded Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) as 'Azad Kashmir'.
In a well-documented divergence in policy, Education Minister Leighton Andrews announced in September his intention to have Wales' borderline GCSE English language papers regraded by Welsh exam board WJEC.
Ofqual admitted the grade boundaries were higher in June than in January but has so far refused to bow to calls for the exams to be regraded.
By insisting that the Welsh GCSE results should be regraded, all he is doing is to classify those who have already obtained a C, no different to those who obtained a D.
However, fastest trial of the day was the 27.91sec (-10) effort by stayer Bower Surfer, although his solo was the first after the track had been regraded.
Glasgow were on top until the match was held up for 40 minutes while the track was regraded. After the delay Redcar powered back to pip them 46-44.
Thousands of papers were recalled and though only a relative handful were regraded, shortly after Ms Morris decided to step down from her job.
"They have told me that they are determined to carry on with this until they get decent wages and regraded."
"We regraded some of the fabrics." Regrading, he says, can slow retail sales at first, but then they usually recover.
To construct Central Park, many thousands of cartloads of top soil were imported from New Jersey and Long Island, hundreds of pounds of gun powder were used to blast the Manhattan schist bedrock for the sunken transverse roads, miles of clay pipe were laid to drain the landscape, and the land was regraded and paved to form a complex system of paths and drives.
"This is a significant step forward and means the majority of teaching assistants have been regraded. For those who have not, the setting up of the progression board gives a clear written commitment from the council to work with UNISON to find solutions for all.
It was in 2012 that we reported pupils across South Wales could expect to see their English language GCSE papers regraded after the Education Minister (of that time) said there had been a serious distortion in how they'd been marked.