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CBSE Class 10 results: Tvm region scores highest pass percentage


Just a few days back CBSE class 12th result was declared i.e. on May 28, 2017, in which a girl scored more than 99% percent and scored the best all across the India. "Students and even parents are getting used to the grading system gradually". It is important to note that Delhi has the largest number of correspondence students taking the CBSE exam. Read More »

MTV will livestream Sunday's Manchester benefit concert

Young Lily, who is recovering from a shrapnel wound and bruised lung, was wearing an Ariana Grande t-shirt in her hospital bed when she met the star. The pop star returned to the United Kingdom on Friday, two days before she is set to perform a concert there. He admitted to getting "goosebumps" when Ariana visited his daughter and told her, "I'm so proud of you". Read More »

Argentina Confirms Sampaoli As New Coach


Argentina are fifth in the South American standings with four games remaining. Argentina had been without a manager since they dismissed Edgardo Bauza on April 10 while holding the job for just eight months. During his time in charge of Sevilla Sampaoli won 27, drew 12 and lost 14 of his 53 matches in all competitions, leading his troops to a 4th place La Liga finish, and thus qualification into next season's Champions League. Read More »

Ponting backs Dravid for India head coach role


Anil Kumble , who is the coach of the team at present has been at loggerheads with the BCCI and the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) with regards to the increase of pay for the players and support staff . We demand that Indian cricket team plays a bilateral series against Pakistan, he added. Due to the rising issues between coach and cricketing body, the latter made a decision to open up applications for the post of the coach of the national side. Read More »

Walker pitches LSU to SEC tourney title, 4-2 over Arkansas


Dylan Busby homered, doubled and drove in three runs, and Florida State beat Duke 5-1 on Saturday to advance to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game. "I thought we dug such a deep, deep hole and that was about as complete a ballgame as I've seen against us in my time here", Auburn coach Butch Thompson said. Read More »

CBSE to announce Class 12th results today


CBSE chairman RK Chaturvedi said on Friday that the board "will follow the moderation policy, as enshrined in rule number 59 of the examination bylaws". These links would be activated once the results are made available for students. Arts stream results were pending. "This could result in a slight dip in scores", the board official was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times. Read More »

Mulvaney defends Trump budget's social safety net cuts

More than half the states now cover children above the administration's proposed cutoff, Riley said . In testimony to the House Budget Committee, White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney called President Donald Trump's new budget - called the "New Foundation for American Greatness" - a budget written "from the perspective of the people who actually pay for the government". Read More »

Cat Cuddler Job Available in Dublin, Ireland


A job opening at a Dublin veterinary clinic is getting a ton of attention because, well, it basically sounds like a dream job for cat enthusiasts. It's also not clear from the post whether the clinic is accepting global applicants. If you're weighing up whether to apply or not, ask yourself some of these questions: "does cattitude come naturally to you?", "does patting cats make you feel warm and fuzzy?", and "have you counted kittens before you go asleep?" But here's the catch, you'd ... Read More »

J&J settles drug manufacturing probe by U.S. states for $33 million


Shapiro said Pennsylvania will receive $1.4 million as part of a $33 million settlement the states reached with McNeil-PPC, Inc., in which the drugmaker was accused of distributing over-the-counter drugs - including some meant for pediatric use - that were contaminated and unlawfully promoted its products. Read More »

Facebook leaked documents reveal the types of content it allows


There is no question that how Facebook decides to police certain type of content will have an impact on many walks of life - from politics to music and everything in between. - Some extremely disturbing imagery may be "marked as disturbing." There are exceptions for content which "document atrocities", though these too must be marked as disturbing. Read More »

Data czar slams Google DeepMind's NHS tie-up as WannaCry fallout continues


Dame Fiona says in the letter that she informed Royal Free and DeepMind in December that she "did not believe that when the patient data was shared with Google DeepMind, implied consent for direct care was an appropriate legal basis". "It is my view, and that of my panel that the objective for the transfer of 1.6 million identifiable patient records were only used for the testing of Streams application, and not for the provision of direct care to patients", she said. Read More »

US accuses Syria of mass executions and burning the bodies

In presenting the photographs, the top USA diplomat for the Middle East, Stu Jones, said Monday that Bashar Assad's regime "has sunk to a new level of depravity " with the support of Russian Federation and Iran. will not telegraph its intentions. "The regime must stop all attacks on civilian and opposition forces". While the USA has long condemned Russian Federation for supporting Assad's regime, President Donald Trump's administration also has expressed interest in working with Russian ... Read More »

Vodafone ups stake in Vodacom after transferring direct interest in Kenya's Safaricom


Vodacom acquires an 87.5% shareholding in Vodafone Kenya, which represents a 35% indirect interest in Safaricom. Vodacom has agreed to a two-year exemption from the rule with the bourse, the company said . Analysts have previously said that M-Pesa, which has struggled to gain traction in some of the continent's more developed economies such as South Africa, doesn't hold much value for consumers who are already included in the formal banking sector. Read More »

Will Power breaks IndyCar Grand Prix qualifying record


In the Pro Mazda Championship presented by Cooper Tires, Victor Franzoni (Juncos Racing) won by 0.2092- seconds over TJ Fischer (Team Pelfrey). Still, he is having a great start to the 2017 season. Aside from success on the track , Rahal raised $8,500 for the SoldierStrong program that funds the production of exoskeletons to help veterans who have spinal cord injuries or are paralyzed walk again. Read More »

Somalia, Qatar discuss ties on sidelines of United Kingdom meet


Speaking at the conference, Guterres said the United Nations had presented a revised humanitarian response plan for Somalia , seeking an additional $900 million by end of year. May noted that due to the remarkable achievements and enormous sacrifices Ethiopian, Kenyan, Ugandan, Burundian and Djiboutian forces paid in Somalia , the country's peace has shown a progress during the past five years. Read More »

Drug epidemic increases Hepatitis C cases in Wisconsin


If left untreated, the disease may scar the liver (cirrhosis), and eventually cause liver cancer and then liver failure. It's traditionally been about 18 months before Hepatitis C is testable although there are some newer technologies that can do it earlier, he said . Read More »

3 measles cases in Crow Wing County bring Minnesota total to 54


According to MDH data, the total number of confirmed cases in the recent outbreak is now 54. Forty-seven of the cases have come in the Somali Minnesotan community. On the other hand, as of this time, there is only 41 percent who are vaccinated. Vaccinations are not just a hot topic for people with different cultural backgrounds; recently, many American parents have chosen not to vaccinate their kids. Read More »

Brown: Budget most constrained in 5-years


Obamacare has not been a success in California, but it has generally been less unsuccessful in the Golden State than elsewhere, partly because the Obama administration saw California's program as a flagship, and the program enjoys voters' support. Read More »