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States want schemes rationalised as per their needs: MP CM

States want schemes rationalised as per their needs: MP CM

29 May 2015

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who is also the convenor of NITI Aayog's sub-group of Chief Ministers, said here on Thursday that his counterparts want central government sponsored schemes to be rationalised according to the needs of states.

Rationalised schemes,   Madhya Pradesh CM,   Chief Minister,   Shivraj Singh Chouhan,   NITI Aayog,   Group of Chief Ministers,   Central government,   Latest Nation News,  
Delhi <strong>University</strong> admissions begin today; first cut-off list to be announced on 25th June

Delhi University admissions begin today; first cut-off list to be announced on 25th June

28 May 2015

New Delhi: The process of admission to 54,000 seats in Delhi University's undergraduate courses has commenced on Thursday with the varsity putting in place 'strong, dedicated' servers to deal with the huge traffic expected online.

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Over 94,000 students score highest CGPA in CBSE Class 10th exam

Over 94,000 students score highest CGPA in CBSE Class 10th exam

29 May 2015

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 10th results brought happiness to many students who managed to achieve a perfect 10 Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA). Out of the 13,28,935 students who cleared the exam, 94,474 scored the highest CGPA of 10.

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Obesity affects males more than females, reveals study

Obesity affects males more than females, reveals study

28 May 2015

New York: Obesity may be tougher on male immune systems than females, suggests a study conducted by an Indian-American researcher. Kanakadurga Singer, Assistant Professor in Pediatrics at the University of Michigan, found that high-fat diets reprogram blood stem cells in male mice, promoting metabolic disease.

Obesity,   Obese men,   Obese women,   University of Michigan,   human immune system,   Obesity problem,   Latest lifestyle news,  
AAP's <strong>Central</strong> Park event affected our business: Traders

AAP's Central Park event affected our business: Traders

26 May 2015

New Delhi: Traders and street vendors at Connaught Place on Monday complained that the open Cabinet meeting held by the AAP government at Central Park to mark its 100 days in power affected their business during peak shopping hours.

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Humans may become cyborgs within 200 years

Humans may become cyborgs within 200 years

27 May 2015

London: Humans may 'upgrade' themselves to become cyborgs within the next 200 years, merging man and machine to potentially live forever. Yuval Noah Harari, a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem believes the wealthy will transform into a new type of divine, immortal human with complete power over life and death.

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Pakistan seeks FBI help to investigate firm accused of faking diplomas

Pakistan seeks FBI help to investigate firm accused of faking diplomas

27 May 2015

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has asked US authorities to help it investigate Axact, a software firm accused of earning millions of dollars from the international sale of bogus university degrees online, officials said on Wednesday.

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RBI to soon set up <strong>Central</strong> Fraud Registry

RBI to soon set up Central Fraud Registry

24 May 2015

New Delhi: Mindful of the impact of frauds on banks' financials, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon set up a Central Fraud Registry as part of an early warning system. The idea is to set up a structure for quick sharing of information about unscrupulous borrowers and help banks fight bad loans.

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Pakistan executes seven death-row convicts

Pakistan executes seven death-row convicts

27 May 2015

Islamabad: Seven death row convicts were executed in jails across Pakistan's Punjab and Balochistan province on Wednesday, a media report said. Two convicts were hanged in Lahore Central Jail.

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<strong>Central</strong> IAS officers association to discuss Gamlin issue

Central IAS officers association to discuss Gamlin issue

22 May 2015

New Delhi: As the controversy over the appointment of Delhi's acting chief secretary continues, the central IAS officers' association has called a meeting on Monday to discuss the matter.

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