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Telangana SSC Class 10 results at 7 pm, check scores online

The Telangana Board of Secondary Education, which is also known as the Directorate of Government Examinations, conducted the class 10 exams from March 15 to April 2, 2018, and about 5,33,701 students are said to have taken these exams. The results of the class 10 exam is expected at 7 pm. 28 days ago

Guard and cashier shot dead in broad daylight, Rs 12 lakh looted

The incident took place in west Delhi's Narela area around 2.30 pm when the wine shop's cashier Rajnikant and guard Prem Kumar were shifting the cash box into an SIS company's van. Three bike-borne assailants shot at the duo and fled with the cash 28 days ago

Immigrating to New Zealand? Being a hooker may help

While an official of the immigration NZ confirmed that being a sex worker or an escort could help one claim points, these occupations aren't really on the skill-shortage list. Also, applicants planning to move to New Zealand still need to fulfil qualification requirements. 28 days ago

Asaram convicted in 2013 rape case, gets life imprisonment

Asaram Bapu, accused of raping a 16-year-old girl five years ago, has been convicted in the case along with two other people involved in the crime. He has been handed the maximum punishment under the POCSO and Juvenile Justice Act, which is life imprisonment. Apr 24, 2018

What is AFSPA? Controversial law revoked in Meghalaya after 27 years

The controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) has completely been revoked from Meghalaya with effect from March 31, 2018. It has also been removed from parts of Arunachal Pradesh and is now applicable to eight out of the 16 police stations in the state. Apr 24, 2018

Missing Sikh pilgrim found near Lahore, to be deported Tuesday

Amarjit Singh from Amritsar had gone to Pakistan with about 1,700 pilgrims for Baisakhi celebrations April 12, and had gone missing. Singh will now be handed over to Indian authorities and sent back home through the Attari-Wagah border Tuesday, April 24. Apr 24, 2018

From Chandrayaan-2 to GSAT-7A, ISRO set for a busy launch season

The Indian Space Research Organization is set to launch five satellites -- GSAT-11, GSAT-29, GSAT-7A, Chandrayaan-2, and Risat-2A -- in the next few months. These satellites will reportedly help the forces secure the land and sea and aid them when it comes to guarding the country's borders. Apr 23, 2018

Hindutva finds new muscle online, Ola and Amazon at the receiving end

Ola was one of the most discussed topics over the weekend, after a man who claims to have links with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) said on Twitter that he had cancelled a cab after he noticed that the driver was Muslim. Meanwhile, Amazon too has faced flak for its association with Swara Bhaskar. Apr 23, 2018