Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) declared results of 17.18 lakh students of class X and XII on Tuesday afternoon. As many 65.49% students passed in class XII and 51.9% in class X.
India and China held very "specific" discussions without "shying away from anything", external affairs minister Salman Khurshid said in New Delhi today.
The decomposed body of a teenage girl was found buried inside her house in Hapur on Monday, the police said.
Officials of Delhi’s forest and public works departments and a group of local residents will carry out an inspection and estimate the actual destruction caused to greenery in Vasant Kunj for a road-widening project. The inspection will be done on Tuesday morning. Darpan Singh reports.
After the East Delhi Municipal Corporation last week said it was planning to seal ‘illegal’ cell phone towers which have come up without requisite permission, the Cellular Operator Association of India (COAI) said all towers in the city have the required permission.
Defence minister AK Antony is all set to visit China next month to discuss the proposed Border Defence Pact, after both agreed that peace and tranquil borders are the foundation of a strong bilateral relationship. India sought dates for Antony’s visit with Beijing being expected to respond soon.
The image of Uttar Pradesh police took a severe beating after two constables thrashed each other in public view with their lathis (canes) today.
India has sought access from the US to the 26/11 attack convict David Headley and his accomplice Tahawwur Rana, both of whom were sentenced by a Chicago court after being found guilty of terror charges.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has criticized the appointment of former defence secretary Shashi Kant Sharma as the new Comptroller and Auditor General, accusing the United Progressive Alliance government of accusing of weakening constitutional institutions.
Offering a handshake across the Himalayas, Chinese premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday reminded his Indian audience that “a distant relative may not be useful as a neighbour.”
It was a sweat of a Tuesday for the Capital which at 45.1 degrees Celsius recorded the hottest day of the season, pushing up power demand to summer’s high and leaving many parts of the city powerless for hours at end.
Students and parents continued to flock to the open day sessions organized by Delhi University for information regarding admissions and the new four-year undergraduate programme (FYUP). Around 1000 people attended Tuesday’s session.
Comptroller and auditor general Vinod Rai today attacked former lead auditor RP Singh for disowning the report on 2G spectrum allocation on "afterthought" and observed that loyalty to profession should be maintained even after retirement.
A Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) trooper killed two of his colleagues and injured two others in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar town early today, police said.
To target more number of customers, especially women, the Delhi State Civil Supplies Corporation Limited has decided to shift its loss-making shops to shopping malls in the city. Neelam Pandey reports.