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Bihar And The Big Class 12 Exam Scam


We do not believe in casting a veil on the shortcomings. Patna police on Monday took Ganesh Kumar on a day's remand from jail for questioning. Recently, a topper scam again raised question over education system of the state after an Arts topper, Ganesh Kumar failed to show any of his academic prowess. Read More »

Egypt's Authorities Apprehend Suspects in Probe Into Attack on Coptic Christians


The minister's decision comes one day after 29 Coptic Christians were killed in an attack by armed men on buses carrying worshippers to a monastery in Upper Egypt's Minya governorate. The claim, published by the group's Ammaq news agency, takes to four the number of deadly attacks targeting Christians since December that the extremist group says it's behind. Read More »

Bombing in western Afghanistan kills 7


However, at least one rocket struck an Indian diplomatic compound a few blocks away. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the bomb attack as security and rescue operatives are cordoning the area of the explosion. Almost a week after the explosion, no group has claimed to have carried out the attack. "Foreign fighters have increased in the last two years". Extending an olive branch to the Taliban , Ghani said if the group is prepared to join peace negotiations, he will allow them ... Read More »

US contractor arrested after leak of Russia hacking report


The classified document first released by the news site, The Intercept , detailed a Russian effort to hack VR Systems, a company that provides election software. The Department of Homeland Security knew in September that hackers believed to be Russian agents had targeted the voter registration systems of more than 20 states. Read More »

Most of the dead suffocated as they tried to flee choking smoke

Most of the victims are believed to have died due to suffocation from the smoke. The gunman stuffed a backpack with casino chips before he fled but was found dead in an adjacent hotel early Friday of an apparent suicide. Philippine officials have said the reason for the attack is still unknown, but it was most likely to be a botched robbery. Terrorism concerns are widespread in the Philippines, where President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law across region the size of South Korea ... Read More »

Backed forces launch bid to take Raqqa from ISIS

He said the attack had started from the north, east and west of the city. Last week, they reached the northern and eastern gates of the city after intense clashes under the cover of US-led air strikes. Warning the fight would be "long and hard", Townsend framed the offensive as part of a greater struggle against ISIS, which has claimed attacks in many countries including last month's deadly bombing in Manchester. Read More »

World leaders condemn deadly attack in Kabul


An Afghan security guard at the German embassy was killed and several of its employees injured in the explosion, which was caused by a device in a tanker truck in Kabul's diplomatic district. Amnesty International said the attack underscored the fact that the conflict in Afghanistan was "dangerously widening in a way that should alarm the international community". Read More »

Macron Opens A 'Demanding' Dialogue With Putin In France


At the same time, the French leader also said that the use of chemical weapons is a "red line" that should not be crossed, adding that the use of such weapons in Syria would trigger a "reprisal" from France . The election of Donald Trump did that, and so evidently did the election of moderate Emmanuel Macron as president of France. It's little wonder, then, that talks between the two leaders at the Palace of Versailles outside Paris ran a little longer than expected. Read More »

All The President's Tweets


President Donald Trump on Monday emphatically referred to his executive order on immigration as a "travel ban" and said his Justice Department should not have submitted a "watered down, politically correct version" to the Supreme Court . Read More »

Hillary slams Trump over tweet on London Mayor

President Trump today tweeted that the mainstream media is abeting London Mayor Sadiq Khan's spin that Trump took his remarks out of context when he derided Khan for telling Londoners not to be alarmed in the aftermath of a terrorist attack. Read More »

Climate move seeks to please Trump's most ardent backers

Study co-author Erwan Monier, a lead researcher at the joint program, said that the school's climate researchers "certainly do not support the withdrawal of the U.S. The group is still hashing out the details after an initial rush of statements from mayors condemning Trump's decision , Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton (D) said in a phone interview Thursday. Read More »

Palestinian lawmakers from Hamas say Abbas halted salaries

It is the only way to achieve the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people. But on the other, the insurgent threat is almost impossible to solve with a decisive military campaign like the Six-Day War. It seems fitting that a UNEF observer to the crisis that sparked the Six-Day War a half-century ago has the final words. GENEVA The top United Nations human rights official called on Tuesday for Israel to pull out of territories captured in a 1967 war that Palestinians now seek for a ... Read More »

Google, Facebook join cities in challenging Trump on climate


What does it mean for the deal itself and for climate change and the environment? He also launched a process to work with local governments and non-state entities to formally quantify the combined - and overlapping - emissions reduction pledges, which will be known as "America's Pledge", and submit the report to the United Nations . Read More »

Supreme Court sets June 12 response for opponents of Trump travel order

In turning to the high court, Justice Department lawyers said the 4th Circuit should have considered only the language of the executive order and not second-guessed the presidents motivations. "There is no reason to disturb the Fourth Circuit's ruling, which was supported by an overwhelming majority of the judges on the full court, is consistent with rulings from other courts across the nation, and enforces a fundamental principle that protects all of us from government condemnation of ... Read More »

British police reveal names of London attackers


Police said Redouane also used the name of Rachid Elkhdar and a different date of birth that gave his age as 25. Making matters worse is the fact that Zaghba's identity was revealed in Italy before Scotland Yard confirmed it, similar to how details of the Manchester bombing leaked in the United States before police in the UK could release the specifics. Read More »

Netanyahu insists Israel retain Jordan valley military control

Israel remained in control while Palestinians, who had fled the Israelis in 1948, have remained in place and challenge Israel's occupation. I am embarrassed as a citizen of the West because we pay lip service to Israel but we can not provide substantial support to Israel , for example against the Arab attempts to rewrite the past and erase the Jewish history of Jerusalem . Read More »

China upset at Mattis South China Sea remarks

Both sides reaffirmed their "commitment to freedom of navigation and overflight", particularly in the South China Sea , Tillerson said, adding that "we oppose China's artificial-island construction and their militarization of features in global waters". Read More »

UK PM Theresa May's Conservative Party see poll lead narrow again


Sterling already fell around 2 per cent last week after polls showed the Conservatives' lead over Labour had shrunk from as much as 20 points in April. Opinion polls predicted a hung parliament in 2015, however, Ed Miliband's Labour party suffered a significant loss to David Cameron's Conservative Party. Read More »

Jets release David Harris, franchise's 2nd-leading tackler


Many Jets fans were surprised and disappointed by the sudden decision to release linebacker David Harris . "Talks broke down", Jets coach Todd Bowles said of the discussions with Harris . "The Jets could've done this prior to free agency instead of waiting three months, especially for a player who has exhibited nothing but loyalty and class for 10 years". Read More »

UK opinion polls: countdown to Thursday's election


The General Election is just days away, and no one knows quite what to expect - with the Conservative lead ranging from one to 12 points. But most commentators reckoned May was simply trying to capitalise on the huge lead the Tories had in the polls at that stage so as to crush the Labour Party and give her a long, uninterrupted stretch in power. Read More »

Toll from last week's Afghan bombing passes 150


Two suicide bombings and deadly anti-government protests in Kabul have killed almost 120 people and wounded around 600 more. The situation in the country continues to be tense. Pakistan denies the charge. Lieutenant General McMaster expressed the deepest sympathies of the United States for the barbaric attacks in Kabul last week. Read More »

British govt, London mayor clash over United Kingdom invite to Trump


President Donald Trump's sons Eric Trump , left, and Donald Trump Jr., executive vice presidents of The Trump Organization, chat with guests during an event Monday, June 5, 2017 , in NY. Trump tweeted. "That's because they used knives and a truck!" President Donald Trump struck a discordant note Sunday in his response to the terrorist attack in central London that killed seven people and injured scores more. Read More »

36 killed by smoke after gunman starts fire in Manila casino robbery


Four people from Taiwan were killed, the Taiwanese Foreign Ministry said , and a South Korean suffered a fatal heart attack in the commotion. A masked gunman stormed a hotel-casino complex in the Philippine capital early Friday. But Dela Rosa said the gunman "would have shot at people or triggered a bomb" had he been a terrorist. Dela Rosa said the suspect did not hurt anyone after forcing his way into the hotel, clutching a rifle and a hand gun. Read More »

India launches its heaviest rocket into space

The rocket, GSLV Mark III, carried a 3,136-kg communication satellite to its orbit. The satellite GSAT-19, GSLV-Mk III delivers into orbit, weighs over 3 tons - a record for the Indian space industry. "The new rocket may be slightly short but has more punch power ", said an ISRO official. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had congratulated the ISRO team. Read More »

Maharashtra Board 10th SSC Results 2017 After June 9 @ mahresult


The Board of Maharashtra has conducted the SSC exams from 7 March to 29 March 2017. As has been observed over the course of the past few weeks, the dates and times of result announcements have been frequently changed around. Jagran Josh wishes good luck to all the students for upcoming Maharashtra Board 10th Result 2017! It is necessary to check the Mah Class 10 Results 2017 . Read More »

Farmers in MP continue strike, milk, vegetable supplies hit

At the same time, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis alleged that the farmer agitation was being "milked" by some political leaders. "This govt is at war with the farmers of our country", he said. They are also demanding that they should be given Rs 50 per litre of milk bought from them as they spend Rs 37 per litre. Farmers are observing strike from June 1 to June 10 to press their demands with the government. Read More »

Trump sides with Saudis, other Arab nations against Qatar


The tiny island nation of Bahrain blamed Qatar's "media incitement, support for armed terrorist activities and funding linked to Iranian groups to carry out sabotage and spreading chaos in Bahrain" for its decision. "Leaders pointed to Qatar - look!", Trump tweeted . Trump wrote on Twitter. Within hours of the diplomatic break, the UAE barred all vessels coming to or from Qatar using its popular anchorage point off Fujairah. Read More »

Solo climber is 1st up mighty California rock without ropes


But this past weekend he not only conquered his fear, but the summit as well. "I was pretty much elated ", Honnold said of reaching the top in a telephone interview Sunday. On the solo attempt, however, he did use ropes or other aid for about 10 percent of the climb, including four pendulum swings on El Capitan . But in the past 20 years, speed climbers working with a partner and using ropes have set records in reaching the top. Read More »

China zoo visitors shocked by live donkey fed to tigers


As the donkey struggles to swim to land, one tiger jumps the water to go after the donkey while another tiger swipes at the donkey from land. The donkey died after about half an hour of being mauled by the tigers. The zoo said that the incident is now under investigation. Following the incident, social media users strongly criticised the action and called for more care for animals in zoos. Read More »

Vote Labour to stop independence referendum - Gordon Brown

However, Ms Sturgeon refused, saying it is not the place of a politician to "dictate to a country its future" despite claims from the studio audience that she is "losing a lot of votes from SNP supporters". As she campaigned in Bishopbriggs , East Dunbartonshire, the First Minister said: "There is a possibility as we see the polls narrow that we could deny Theresa May a majority, and certainly deny her a bigger majority, which is why she called this election". Read More »

French citizen killed, 2 missing in London attack


British police on Monday named two of the three attackers who killed seven people near London Bridge late on Saturday and injured dozens more , and said one of them was previously known to the security services. Mr Khan, the first Muslim mayor of a major western capital, said the Islamist extremists who targeted civilians in bars and restaurants were despicable and the city would be resilient in the face of the attack. Read More »

North Korea slams 'mean' targeted UN sanctions


The sanctions are mostly symbolic since it's unlikely that the targeted companies or individuals have any such business dealings or US assets. French Ambassador Francois Delattre said the resolution served as "a warning" to North Korea of tougher sanctions to come unless it changes course and halts its tests. Read More »