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Fun time in Kerala as protesters flock to beef festivals


Pinarayi Vijayan-led Kerala government is furious over the newly implemented ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter by the centre. Vijayan said in Kerala and in other South Indian and North Eastern states vast majority of people consume meat and sought repeal of the ban. Read More »

Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas aims dig at Arsenal after FA Cup loss

Asked at the end of his Monday press conference whether there is a presentation at the board meeting, Wenger responded: "The best presentation, watch the game and there can be no doubt". "I've got options but nothing sorted or in stone or anything like that". Arsenal became the most successful club in the 154-year FA Cup history after lifting the trophy for a record 13th time with a victory over recently crowned English Premier League champions Chelsea 2-1 here on Saturday. Read More »

RBSE Class XII arts: Girls outdo boys again in board exams


These examination were held between March 2 - March 25. Of this, 5,98,040 students received their RBSE Class 12 Arts Result 2017 on Today. Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education is responsible for promotion and development of secondary education in Rajasthan. Read More »

Trump isolated over Paris climate change deal

The US President told leaders of the G7 countries that they would have to wait until next week for his decision on whether America would honour its undertakings under the Paris Agreement to limit global warming. During the campaign he had threatened unilateral tariffs on Mexican and Chinese goods and said he would quit the North American Free Trade Agreement unless it is renegotiated to his liking. Read More »

Baby starts walking minutes after being born


The Sun reported that the baby girl was born in a hospital in Brazil. They then shout for another colleague called Ju to come to witness the fantastic moment. Experts have however said that the "walking" is not so much a miracle but a natural newborn reflex. Most babies take their first steps sometime between 9 and 12 months and are walking well by the time they are 14 or 15 months old. Read More »

Nepal celebrates anniversary of Mount Everest conquest


He is believed to have fallen nearly 200m (657 feet) to his death. Located at an altitude of 8,400 metres, the Balcony is notorious for its precariously balanced ice, low temperatures and thin air. Roland Yearwood from the US, Vladimir Strba from Slovakia, Francesco Enrico Marchetti from Australia are among others who have lost their lives in the past few days while trying to climb the world's highest mountain. Read More »

Further arrests made over Manchester bombing


Home Secretary Amber Rudd says temporary exclusion orders, banning suspected jihadis from returning to the United Kingdom, have been used for the first time. In a weekend of high profile sporting events across the United Kingdom, 40,000 people took to the streets for the " Great Manchester Run ". Greater Manchester Police said on Sunday that they had arrested a 14th person in connection with the attack. Read More »

Mrs. Trump visits Brussels children's hospital, art museum


The first pediatric hospital in Italy, the facility is now run by the Catholic Church but provides completely free health care, as well as housing around 3,500 families. Climate change is one of a number of issues in which the president and the pontiff do not see eye to eye , but at the end of his audience with the pope, Trump said: "I won't forget what you said". Read More »

Student from Dehradun tops all India CBSE Board class 12th exam


Coming out on top across the country, Savit beat off competition for the title against approximately 2,000 UAE-based students. . Uncertainty prevailed for more than one week as the CBSE postponed the announcement, but that anxiety soon turned to elation for many, including the UAE's science and commerce toppers. Read More »

Melania Trump visits children's hospital in Rome


As her reality TV star husband met many of his Western allies for the first time as USA president on Thursday, Melania Trump was offered a different take on the surreal by her hosts in Brussels. And then there was the brush-off seen around the world: Melania swatting away his hand as he attempted to hold it during their trip to Israel. So they love you, too. Read More »

Senate GOP Staff to Draft Health Care Bill During Recess

Most of those losing coverage would be beneficiaries of Medicaid , the health care program for poor and disabled people, though people buying individual policies or getting coverage at work would also become uninsured. That's $30 billion less than the first version. Even before the report, many Republican senators were wary of the House version of the healthcare bill, saying it unravelled Obamacare too much and too quickly. Read More »

Trump plan on Paris climate deal unclear after G7 pressure

Most reports out of this week's G7 summit saw Trump at odds with the leaders of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan. Donald Trump continued to distance himself from fellow leaders over climate change at the Group of Seven summit, and said he'll determine next week whether to pull the USA out of the Paris climate agreement. Read More »

Manchester attack investigation still at full tilt


The latest person to be arrested was a 19-year-old man in the Gorton area of Manchester on Sunday. The police statement said one of the last places he went to before the attack at the Manchester Arena venue was a city centre flat, where they believe he may have finished assembling the device. Read More »

Noida girl tops CBSE Class XII exams with 99.6 pct


Her father, Gopal Srinivasan, said she had the freedom to plan out her timetable for revision. CBSE had earlier chose to scrap the moderation policy this year itself, a move that had not gone down well with the students as well as the parents. Read More »

Mattis: Trump 'Wide Open' on Paris Climate Accord


Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamGraham: Calling climate change a "hoax" bad for GOP Graham: Comey should be held accountable for acting on bad intel Trump got harsher GOP reception than Bush on budget MORE (R-S.C) said on Sunday that if President Trump withdraws the USA from the Paris climate deal , it would affirm to the world that he believes climate change to be a "hoax" and would badly hurt the GOP and the country. Read More »

Ricky Ponting Wants BCCI To Appoint This Legend As India's Next Coach


India have invited applications to take over from head cricket coach Anil Kumble , who will also be considered for a contract extension. Kumble has been very vocal against the need for the Indian players, including skipper Virat Kohli to be paid well, and also spoke about his players keen to play in the Champions Trophy when the BCCI were contemplating to give the tournament a miss. Read More »

Gujarat Board 2017 SSC (Class 10) Result Tomorrow | Official Announcement - GSEB

Students can check their Gujarat class 10 SSC results 2017 through the official website or the direct links provided below. Every year huge number of students is coming out from this board . Candidates can also visit Jagranjosh page for fast and easy access to their results. For the official goal, like higher education, the student will have procure the official mark sheets distributed by the concerned authorities. Read More »

Iraq attempts to seize last Daesh positions in Mosul

Iraqi forces are steadily closing in on the remaining pockets of territory held by the Islamic State group in Mosul , inching toward a victory that US -led coalition officials say is "only a matter of time". Aid groups have warned that a mass exodus of thousands of residents would likely be chaotic and deadly as the area lacks safe passageways - forcing those who flee to cross front-line clashes. Read More »

America's Cup qualifiers off to smashing start in Bermuda


Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill caught New Zealand as they rounded the mark into the penultimate leg and went on to win by six seconds. Skipper Ben Ainslie - the man in charge of the Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) entry - was at fault for a nasty collision with Japan on Sunday that has left his boat holed and the British syndicate racing the clock to be ready for their clash against Team New Zealand on Monday (NZ time). Read More »

1 held as sexual abuse video goes viral in UP


Rampur senior superintendent of police Vipin Tanda told TOI that the other accused will be arrested soon. Shahnawaz , a resident of Kuvakheda village, was later arrested, police said, adding that further investigation was under way. The principal secretary (home) said accused Shahnawaj, Nawved, Farmaan, Jahane Aalam and Saddam are of Kuwakhera village of Rampur district. While the police moved quickly in the UP molestation case by arresting the main accused after a case was registered ... Read More »

Donald Trump blamed for climate chat grinding to halt

But they were struggling to convince the USA president of the merits of free trade. USA officials said he had enjoyed "robust" conversations with his allies in Sicily and had also learnt a lot - especially in the debate on climate change , which he has previously dismissed as a hoax. Read More »

Trump tells 'confidants' US will leave Paris climate deal -Axios


Under Trump , who once called climate change a "hoax" perpetrated by China, Washington has resisted intense pressure from its partners to commit to respecting the global 2015 accord on curbing carbon emissions.But Gary Cohn, Trump's economic advisor, on Friday said the president had told his G7 colleagues that he regarded the environment as important. Read More »

Kashmir erupts after army kills top militant


While two of the terrorists killed - including Bhat - were holed up in a building in Pulwama district's Tral sector, six others were killed by the Indian Army as it successfully blocked an infiltration attempt along the Line of Control or LoC in Rampur sector in Baramulla district. Read More »

There's one group that would get slammed by the GOP's healthcare bill

All told , the CBO estimates that under this law 51 million people will have no functional health insurance by 2026 compared to 28 million under current law. Insurance markets would become unstable . "Just the opposite occurs" under the GOP bill the House approved this month, said No. 2 Senate Democratic leader Richard Durbin of IL. Read More »

Is Donald in the doghouse? Melania appears to reject hand...again


Being First Lady can be stressful. She saved him from an embarrassing breach of protocol, when he forgot to raise his hand to his heart for the national anthem. The behavior we have seen over the last two days also goes quite far in collaborating rumors that the couple had planned for a divorce during the campaign season, and then called it off after Donald Trump unexpectedly won. Read More »

Burhan Wani successor's Sabzar Ahmad Bhat's death triggers huge protests in Kashmir


It said that relentless operations by security forces have defeated desperate attempts by Pakistan and Pakistan sponsored agents to spread terror in the Jammu and Kashmir in the run up to the holy month of Ramazan. Almost 800 Kashmiri youths today appeared in the common entrance exam for selection of junior commissioned officers and other ranks in the Army amid unrest in the Valley following the killing of militant Sabzar Bhat. Read More »

State delays release of comments on Walker's Medicaid plans


While the governor's budget would have provided a $42.5 million funding increase for the System and distributed that money based on how UW institutions rank against one another in a list of performance measures, the committee approved changes to reduce that new funding to $31.5 million. Read More »

PM Modi inaugurates longest bridge of India in Assam

Speaking on the BJP's one year rule in the state Prime Minister Modi said that within one year of party's rule in Assam, the state got rid of a lot of problems. Citing the example of strong and decisive government, the BJP President said the Modi government's political will was behind the Indian Army's surgical strike against Pakistan . Read More »

Anti-India protests hit Kashmir after top rebel is killed


Bhat alias Abu Zarar had succeeded former Hizbul commander Burhan Wani , who was killed on July 8, 2016, in Anantnag district. The Udhampur-based Northern Command said it was carrying out "relentless operations to thwart Pakistan's attempts to boost terror activities across the LoC" as its troops eliminated two members of Pak Army's Border Action Team in Uri sector. Read More »

Fans, mourners gather to honor Chris Cornell


Tragically, the grunge icon took his own life on May 18, hanging himself in the bathroom of his hotel following Soundgarden's performance in Detroit. "I think unfortunately what so often happens when a recovering addict has a slip is they return to a level where they left off as opposed to easing their way back in". Read More »

Warner: Panel's next steps on Flynn coming Tuesday


Tuesday's public hearing represented an effort by the House Intelligence Committee to get its Russian Federation investigation back on track after political squabbling and concerns about information-sharing between its chairman, Rep. Mike Rogers both refused Trump's request. Mark Warner , D-Virginia, sent a letter to Flynn, in response to his letter claiming the Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate himself. Read More »

Top rebel commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat killed in Kashmir


The officials said the curbs had to be imposed in these areas as a pre-emptive measure to prevent spread of violent protests which took place yesterday following the killing of Bhat and another militant in the encounter in Tral area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district. Read More »

Iraqi forces push into three neighbourhoods in western Mosul


Residents in the Old City sounded desperate in telephone interviews made over the past few days. Yet with such a small amount of the city still held by the militants and so many Iraqi forces attacking at once, Zimmerman said it will hard to marshal and coordinate US -led aircraft in the airspace over the city. Read More »