RBSE Rajasthan 10th Result 2020 Highlights: Rajasthan Board class 10 result declared, direct link here
RBSE 10th Result 2020: Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) Ajmer has announced the class 10th results today. Out of the total 1152201 students, 90648 have passed making a total pass percent -80.61. Students can find the direct link to check RBSE 10th Result 2020 below.This year, around 11 lakh students have taken the BSER 10th exam who will get their class 10th results.Students who have appeared in the Rajasthan Board class 10 examination will be able to check their results on our HT Portal. An SMS alert about the declaration of result will also be sent to the pre-registered students by HT as soon as it is released. The SMS notification will have a direct link to check the RBSE Class 10th results. The RBSE 10th result will also be available on the official website of RBSE at rajresults.nic.in.Direct Link to check RBSE 10th Result 2020Here in the liveblog we will give you latest updates on exam result, direct link, steps to check, pass percentages and topper lists.
How to check RBSE Class 10th Result 2020 at hindustantimes.com : Step: 1- Visit the official website of Hindustan Times at hindustantimes.com Step: 2- On the home page, go to the ‘Education’ section and click on the Exam Results sectionStep: 3 -- Go to the Rajasthan Board tabStep: 4-- Click on the link that reads ‘RBSE 10th result 2020’Step: 5-- Key in your roll number in the rectangular box provided and submitStep 6 --Your RBSE Class 10th Result will be displayed on the screen.Follow RBSE Rajasthan class 10th Result updates:
India vs South Africa Highlights, 3rd Test, Day 2 in Ranchi: Bad light forces stumps after Shami, Umesh give body blows to SA
India vs South Africa Highlights, 3rd Test Day 2: That will be stumps on Day 2. The umpires have taken the bails off and the covers have come in. That will be it from Ranchi today. South Africa have reached 9 for 2 and trail India by 488 runs. But boy South Africa will be relieved. They were all at sea in front of some hostile fast bowling by Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav. They lost both their openers with only 8 on the board before the umpires told Virat Kohli to bring the spinners on.Earlier, Virat Kohli declared after India posted 497 runs on the board. Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane were the stars with the bat. Ravindra Jadeja chipped in with a solid 50 and Umesh swung his way to 31 quick runs and this is when the skipper called his players. The task will be cut out for South Africa.
India vs South Africa Day 2 As it happened: Nortje safely negotiates the final ball of Jadeja and that will stumps on Day 2. South Africa have crawled their way to 36 for 3. What a day it has been for India. They piled up 601 after opting to bat first. Captain Virat Kohli scored his 26th century, converted that into his 7th double ton before finally deciding to declare the innings after Jadeja’s wicket, who too scored 91. When it was their turn with the ball, Umesh Yadav gave India a dream start by removing both the South African openers early. Mohammed Shami too joined in the act with the wicket of Temba Bavuma.
Day 1 As it happened: Bad light has stopped play in Pune and the players are making their way back into the pavilion. Faf du Plessis isn’t happy with the decision and he is still talking with umpire Nigel Llong. India end the day at 273/3 in 85.1 overs. Virat Kohli remains unbeaten on 63 while his deputy Ajinkya Rahane end the day at 18*. This after Mayank Agarwal hit his second Test century to anchor the innings before being dismissed by Kagiso Rabada, who scalped all three wickets in the day.
Board President’s XI vs South Africa Highlights: Rohit flops, Bharat, Lad shine as match ends in a draw
Board President’s XI vs South Africa Highlights: It was not a good first outing for Rohit Sharma as an opener in this format as he departed for a duck. There was pressure on the hosts as Vernon Philander and Kagiso Rabada were relentless in their opening spells. However, young players in Priyank Panchal, KS Bharat and Siddhesh Lad stood tall and played impressive innings to drag their side close to South Africa’s first-innings score. The match ended in a stalemate, but it would have given the visitors a lot of hope.Also, the form of Aiden Markram with the bat should give South Africa a lot of confidence ahead of the first Test match which begins on October 2.BP XI vs South Africa, as it happened:
Board President’s XI vs South Africa as it happened: As expected. The light did not improve and stumps has been called on day 2. The day belonged to Aiden Markram, who scored a sparkling century after South Africa opted to bat first on a rain-hit day. Temba Bavuma too played his part with an unbeaten half century. As far as Board President XI bowlers were concerned, Umesh Yadav was very expensive. He did pick up the wicket of Dean Elgar but conceded runs at an economy rate of 4.43. Left-arm spinner Dharmendrasinh Jadeja picked up two wickets but he too was on the expensive side. South Africa ended the day at 199 for 4. The toss took place on day 2 after the first day’s play was washed out. This is the only practice match before the three-match Test series begins from October 2 at Visakhapatnam.Follow BP XI vs South Africa highlights here:
England vs Australia, Ashes 2019 5th Test Day 4 at Oval Highlights: England win by 135 runs to level series 2-2
PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara final highlights: Sindhu becomes first Indian to win BWF World Championship title
PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara BWF World Championship final highlights: PV Sindhu pulled off a brilliant 21-7, 21-7 victory against Nozomi Okuhara to clinch the BWF World Championship title in Basel. Sindhu became the first Indian shuttler ever to win the World Championships title and also the second player ever to win five World Championship medals.Follow highlights of the PV Sindhu vs Nozomi Okuhara BWF World Championship final here -
Pro Kabaddi League (PKL 7), Telugu Titans vs Dabang Delhi Highlights: Dabang Delhi beat Telugu Titans 34-33
Dabang Delhi edged out Telugu Titans 34-33 to begin their Pro Kabaddi Season 7 with a victory. Naveen Kumar played a stellar role and scored 14 raid points whereas Joginder Narwal and Ravinder Pahal were solid in defence for Dabang Delhi. The story of the match, however, was debutant Suraj Desai who scored 18 aid points in his first ever match. Suraj is the older brother of Siddharth Desai and the “baahubali” brothers put on a thrilling show, scoring 26 points together. The “baahubali” brothers’ effort went in vain as Titans despite putting up a strong fight lost in the end. Siddharth Desai scored 8 raid points for Telugu Titans. In a see-saw of an encounter, both teams had a shot at a win, but it was Dabang Delhi who prevailed in the end with 1 point.Follow Highlights from Telugu Titans vs Dabang Delhi here -
Pro Kabaddi 2019, Haryana Steelers vs Puneri Paltan highlights- The final whistle goes off! The Haryana Steelers lived up to their name and showed nerves of steel in the second half to beat Puneri Paltan by 34-24. Pune put up a valiant effort in the second half but the damage was done in the first half which was too much to recover. Follow highlights of Haryana Steelers and Puneri Paltan here:
Pro Kabaddi 2019 Tamil Thalaivas vs Telegu Titans As it happend: The whistle blows. Tamil Thalaivas have registered a comprehensive victory over hosts Telegu Titans 39-26. Show man Rahul Chaudhari was simply outstanding on the night he took on a side, which he was a part for the last six seasons. Follow highlights of Tamil Thalaivas vs Telegu Titans match here: