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Haryana Class 10 Board Exam Results To Be Released On Monday; Know How To Check Scorecard
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Haryana Class 10 Board Exam Results To Be Released On Monday; Know How To Check Scorecard

The results will be declared on the board's official website - bseh.org.in. The students are requested to keep visiting the website between 11 am to 2 pm. By : ABP News Bureau | 07 Jun 2020 11:27 PM (IST) Photo: Getty Images (Representational Image) The Board of School Education, Haryana (BSEH) is likely to announce Haryana Board Class 10 result on Monday, June 8. According to the reports, a board spokesperson has said that "Haryana Board of School Education will declare results of 338,096 candidates, who appeared for the secondary examination, on June 8."The results will be declared on the board's official website - bseh.org.in. The board has not declared the exact time for relea...
At heart of Mumbai trafficking case: 6 children, lockdown and 10-min calls
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At heart of Mumbai trafficking case: 6 children, lockdown and 10-min calls

Written by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: June 8, 2020 4:44:14 am According to police, at least nine intermediaries were involved in the racket, including nurses from hospitals in poor areas, surrogate mothers and employees at IVF centres. The couple say that when their three-and-a-half-year-old “son” comes on screen for the allotted 10 minutes every day, he cries out: “Mumma come, Papa come.” But the story behind this emotional exchange is at the heart of a Mumbai Police case of alleged trafficking involving six boys that reached the Bombay High Court last year — and is now caught in the Covid lockdown. The bo...
Footballer’s 73 days outside Mumbai airport: ‘Thought I’d die’
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Footballer’s 73 days outside Mumbai airport: ‘Thought I’d die’

Written by Sandip G | Mumbai | Updated: June 8, 2020 6:14:17 am Muller with teammates in Thrissur (first row, right) In mid-march, as Randy Juan Muller, a Ghanian footballer playing Kerala’s popular seven-a-side circuit, prepared to leave Thrissur for Mumbai by train to take the flight home, he appeared tense. “Maybe, it was the fear of travelling during the pandemic. We consoled him, saying he would reach home soon. He said goodbye with the promise of meeting next year and becoming famous,” recalls Faizal, the goalkeeper of Muller’s club ORPC Kechery. It’s been over two months and Faizal hasn’t reached home, but he ...
PDP, NC, PC call for release of all J&K leaders
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PDP, NC, PC call for release of all J&K leaders

Written by Naveed Iqbal | Srinagar | Published: June 8, 2020 4:35:23 am Mehbooba Mufti has been in detention for 10 months. (File) Four days after bureaucrat-turned-politician Shah Faesal and two senior PDP members were released following revocation of their detention under the PSA, PDP spokesperson Suhail Bukhari raised the issue of other leaders of his party still being held in detention. “We have been asking all along for unconditional release of the political leadership across parties from illegal detention. While our president and former CM Mehbooba Mufti has completed 10 months in this illegal detention, leader...
After Raut’s criticism, Udhhav invites Sonu Sood to his home
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After Raut’s criticism, Udhhav invites Sonu Sood to his home

Hours after senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut criticised Sonu Sood for 'enacting political script by BJP' by helping the migrant labourers in need, Maharashtra Chief Minister has invited the Bollywood actor to his residence for a meeting. He was accompanied by Aslam Shaikh, a Congress leader and one the ministers in Uddhav Thackeray cabinet.Earlier, Sood has tweeted that he would continue to help the migrants. The actor has received praise from all corners for his actions. Source link
Delhi prepares for long haul: Military, diplomatic engagements to continue
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Delhi prepares for long haul: Military, diplomatic engagements to continue

Written by Sushant Singh , Shubhajit Roy , Krishn Kaushik | New Delhi | Updated: June 8, 2020 6:54:41 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Chinese President Xi Jinping. (AP/file) Signalling it was prepared for the long haul in its dealings with Beijing over the faceoff along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh, New Delhi Sunday said “the two sides will continue the military and diplomatic engagements to resolve the situation and to ensure peace and tranquility in the border areas”. In first remarks after the marathon meeting Saturday between Indian and Chinese army commanders at the Chushul...
Amid lockdown, middle class stuck in additional expenses and EMI
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Amid lockdown, middle class stuck in additional expenses and EMI

During the lockdown, we saw the pain of migrants being transported from cities to their hometowns like animals stuffed in a truck. We saw the helplessness of those who lost their jobs. But there is one section of the society whose pain hasn't found any mention: the tax-paying middle class.With reduced income and in some cases, out of job, the middle-class common man is stuck in an endless loop of additional expenses to stay safe during the pandemic and the burden of EMIs. Watch this report. Source link
BCCI has every right to hold IPL if T20 World Cup is postponed: Holding | Cricket News – Times of India
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BCCI has every right to hold IPL if T20 World Cup is postponed: Holding | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: West Indies pace legend Michael Holding feels the BCCI has every right to hold the Indian Premier League later this year if the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia is postponed. There is speculation that the T20 World Cup, scheduled to be held between October 18 and November 15, may be postponed due to travel restrictions in place in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, giving BCCI a window to organise the IPL. "I don't think ICC is delaying the T20 World Cup because they are making space for the IPL. It's the Australian government's law where they are not allowing any visitors into the country before a specific date," Holding said in an Instagram Live with Nikhil Naz. "But if there is no T20 World Cup, the BCCI has all rights to go ahead and organise a domestic tournament because ther...
As BRO seeks workers for Ladakh, Jharkhand asks for a better deal for them
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As BRO seeks workers for Ladakh, Jharkhand asks for a better deal for them

Written by Abhishek Angad | Ranchi | Updated: June 8, 2020 7:11:42 am In letters exchanged with BRO, the Jharkhand government raised serious concerns on the “plight” and “exploitation” of labourers from the state. (Representational Image) The Jharkhand government under Chief Minister Hemant Soren has extracted a commitment from Border Roads Organisation (BRO) to do away with contractors, recruit labourers directly from the state, register itself under the Inter-State Migrant Workmen Act next year, and sign a memorandum of agreement (MoU) with the state. A May 22 communication from the Ministry of Home Affairs to Chai...
In Capital, restaurants & malls to open, not hotels
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In Capital, restaurants & malls to open, not hotels

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 8, 2020 4:15:51 am Malls in the capital plan to put in place car sanitising kiosks, mats with sanitising liquid, thermal scanners, and hand sanitisers. Malls, restaurants and places of worship in Delhi will be allowed to open from Monday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said. However, hotels and banquet halls will remain shut, as they may have to be converted into Covid care facilities in the future. The CM said on Sunday that Delhi was following guidelines set by the Centre. “Following the orders of the central government, the Delhi government has de...
Sending money abroad: April marks 50-month low at $499 mn
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Sending money abroad: April marks 50-month low at $499 mn

Written by Harikishan Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: June 8, 2020 7:04:06 am The monthly outward flow in April 2020 is lowest since February 2016 when it was 9.28 million. As Covid and the lockdown cripple the global economy and ground international travel, the amount of money Indians send abroad has plunged to a 50-month low. In April 2020, Indians remitted just $499.14 million under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS) — a 61% decline from $1,287.91 million in the same month last year, according to latest data of the Reserve Bank of India. The monthly outward flow in April 2020 is lowest since February 2016 when ...
Can India ‘weaponise’ agriculture sector to beat China?
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Can India ‘weaponise’ agriculture sector to beat China?

As part of our two-episode series 'Dragon Ka Darr', today we will speak about India's second weapon against the Chinese economy: the agriculture sector. 50% of India depends on the agriculture sector as a source of income and the migrant labourers who have returned back home are going rely more on this sector due to lack of jobs in the rural areas. Hence, this challenge comes as an opportunity to increase the production of cash crops that we can then export to different countries and give them alternative to Chinese crops. Watch this report. Source link
Fuel prices up after 82 days as higher duty, crude rebound begin to bite – Times of India
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Fuel prices up after 82 days as higher duty, crude rebound begin to bite – Times of India

NEW DELHI: State-run retailers raised petrol and diesel prices by 60 paise each on Sunday, resuming daily price revision after 82 days as absorbing two rounds of hike in Central fuel taxes and a rebound in international benchmark prices squeezed their margins dry. In Delhi, petrol price went up to Rs 71.86 per litre from Rs 71.26, while diesel price increased to Rs 69.99 per litre from Rs 69.39. In Mumbai, petrol sold at Rs 78.91 per litre and diesel Rs 68.79. The retailers had held the price line for petrol and diesel since March 16, a day after the Centre raised excise duty by Rs 3 per litre. Again on May 6, Central levies were raised by Rs 10 per litre on petrol and Rs 13 per litre on diesel. The same day, the Delhi government raised VAT by Rs 7 per litre to mop up funds for Corona m...
Does the 5-minute Japanese towel method actually burn belly fat?
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Does the 5-minute Japanese towel method actually burn belly fat?

A doctor developed a simple weight loss hack over a decade ago, which simply uses a towel to burn belly fat. So we asked an expert if it actually works...We’d try everything to lose belly fat these days.From hopping on the celery juice trend, to attempting intermittent fasting or the keto diet, there’s nothing we haven’t tried. And yet, that stubborn belly fat won’t seem to budge.But one less common method many of us haven’t tried yet, is the Japanese towel method.Over 10 years ago, a Japanese physician named Toshiki Fukutsudzi developed a unique method to get the body in shape. The method claims to help get rid of belly fat, improve posture and strengthen back pain, simply by using a towel.The reason Fukutsudzi says it works is because he discovered that that an extra layer of fat arou...
Auditor may not have raised red flags at IL&FS behest: forensic report
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Auditor may not have raised red flags at IL&FS behest: forensic report

Written by Sandeep Singh | New Delhi | Updated: June 8, 2020 6:58:59 am IL&FS spokesperson declined to comment. Barely three months before IL&FS Group companies ran into trouble with the first default on August 28, 2018, SRBC & Co LLC (an arm of Ernst and Young), auditor to IL&FS Transportation Networks India Limited (ITNL), decided to exclude notes on the company’s ability to continue operations indefinitely, which in accounting language is referred to as a going concern principle. According to the Grant Thornton forensic audit report, SRBC & Co LLC had earlier taken a decision to make such quali...
Only Delhiites will get beds in private, Delhi govt-run hospitals
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Only Delhiites will get beds in private, Delhi govt-run hospitals

Written by Sourav Roy Barman | New Delhi | Published: June 8, 2020 4:00:51 am Private hospitals that undertake specialised surgeries too, will be exempt, he said. Beds in Delhi’s private hospitals and in hospitals run by the state government will be reserved for residents of Delhi until the Covid-19 pandemic subsides, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday. This policy will not apply to hospitals run by the central government — such as the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital, and Safdarjung Hospital etc. — Kejriwal said in a webcast. Private hospitals that undertak...
Joe Biden or Donald Trump: Who is better for India?
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Joe Biden or Donald Trump: Who is better for India?

The killing of African American man George Floyd at the hands of a cop has changed the political situation in the United States. With the American Presidential election just months away, it becomes crucial to India to know which side is the wind blowing. Is the incumbent Republican Donald Source link