Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has already uploaded the admit card for class 12th board examinations. However, the link to download the admit card will be activated today. The admit card can be downloaded online at bsesbinteredu.in.
When Makhaya Ntini relates the Indian U-19 team to almost ‘watching the Indian senior team as they looked very slick’, it conveys a thing or two about the Priyam Garg-led side, which starts its U-19 World Cup campaign against Sri Lanka on Sunday. The defending champions go into the contest as one of the favourites, riding on a talented group that has largely tasted the rigours of senior level cricket (almost half of the squad has played for their state teams). Four of them Yashasvi Jaiswal, Ravi Bishnoi, Kartik Tyagi and Akash Singh will turn up for franchises at the 2020 IPL.
More persons were killed in Delhi during robberies in 2017 and 2018 than in all other 18 Indian cities that have a population of over two million, shows data by the National Crime Records Bureau.
The four convicts of 2012 Delhi gang rape case were on Thursday shifted to four separate single cells inside jail number 3 of Tihar.
You’re only as old as you feel. The adage suits best for writer Javed Akhtar, who uses the age-old cliche of “age is just a number” as he turns 75 on Friday.
1917 movie review: Sam Mendes directs one of the best war movies of all time, will leave you stunned in your seat
Director – Sam Mendes
Cast – George Mackay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Mark Strong, Benedict Cumberbatch, Colin Firth
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
Director – Marielle Heller
Cast – Tom Hanks, Matthew Rhys, Chris Cooper
Airports in Srinagar and Jammu are to be “immediately” brought under the security cover of the CISF in view of the arrest of DSP Davinder Singh, a Jammu and Kashmir government order has said.
China is expected to report on Friday that economic growth slowed to its weakest in nearly three decades in 2019 amid a bruising trade war with the United States, and more stimulus steps are expected this year to help avert sharper slowdown.
Canada’s foreign minister on Thursday vowed to push Iran for answers about the mistaken downing of a passenger plane amid high tensions after the US killed one of Tehran’s top commanders.
As Google-parent Alphabet Inc <GOOGL.O> became on Thursday the fourth U.S. company to top a market value of more than $1 trillion (£764.88 billion), some funds holding its shares are wondering whether now is the time to cash in on the stock’s extraordinary gains.
Astrological prediction for January 17, what’s in store for Leo, Virgo, Scorpio, Sagittarius and other zodiac signs
The positions of the sun, moon and planets determine our daily horoscope. Each sign has its own characteristics and traits which tell us a lot about a person’s personality. Now wouldn’t it be helpful if you started your day by already knowing about what’s going to come your way? Horoscopes help by giving a little hint about what the day is going to be like for you. So, go ahead and find out whether the odds are in your favour today.
Six minor girls, returning from a village fair, were allegedly molested by five people in Khunti village of Jharkhand late on Wednesday, police said on Thursday, adding that all five accused, including a minor, have been nabbed.
West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Thursday said that some people fall ill when he goes to attend a program after the vice-chancellor of Calcutta University (CU) did not turn up at the convocation at St Xavier’s College.
Members of the US Senate were sworn in on Thursday to serve as jurors at the historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday filed his nomination papers from the Patparganj constituency for February 8 assembly polls.
The U.S. Senate opened the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump with quiet ceremony Thursday, senators standing at their desks to swear an oath of “impartial justice” as jurors on the president’s fate. House prosecutors recited the charges, and Chief Justice John Roberts presided in his black Supreme Court robe.
‘Jagmohan failed to assess situation, refugee camps precipitated the exodus’, says Wajahat Habibullah
Wajahat Habibullah, author of “My Kashmir: The Dying of the Light”, and former administrator in the Valley, talks about the turbulent 1989-90 period and what led to the Pandit exodus. Edited excerpts: