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Sushma Swaraj meets African students, assures full security

Sushma Swaraj meets African students, assures full security

31 May 2016

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today met with a delegation of African students here and assured them of full security and support in India.

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CBSE Class X results: 96.21 percent students pass exam; <strong>girls</strong> outshine boys

CBSE Class X results: 96.21 percent students pass exam; girls outshine boys

28 May 2016

New Delhi: With a pass percentage of 96.36 percent, girls outshone boys in the CBSE Class X exams results of which were declared today.

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CBSE Class XII results out, <strong>girls</strong> outperforms boys

CBSE Class XII results out, girls outperforms boys

21 May 2016

New Delhi: With a pass percentage of 88.58 per cent, girls once again outperformed boys in the CBSE Class XII Board examination, the results of which were declared today.

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Australian PM faces fallout over minister's 'xenophobic' refugee claim

Australian PM faces fallout over minister's 'xenophobic' refugee claim

19 May 2016

Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, in the midst of a tight election campaign, came under fire today for backing his immigration minister over claims resettling "illiterate and innumerate" refugees would strain the social safety network.

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Phil Hughes' tragic on-field death was unavoidable: Report

Phil Hughes' tragic on-field death was unavoidable: Report

12 May 2016

Canberra: An independent review into the tragic passing of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes has found even the latest safety equipment would not have prevented his death, but new measures could prevent a similar tragedy from occurring in the future.

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Max Healthcare organises conference on patients' <strong>safety</strong>

Max Healthcare organises conference on patients' safety

30 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Aiming to address critical quality and patients' safety issues in the healthcare services, Max Healthcare today commenced its two-day "annual patient safety conference" here."Max Healthcare's mission is to create a healthcare ecosystem where patients and their families feel cared for and are free from medical harm," Rajit Mehta, CEO, Max Healthcare, said in a statement.

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Karbonn to add women <strong>safety</strong> features on handsets before government deadline

Karbonn to add women safety features on handsets before government deadline

27 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Karbonn yesterday said it will roll out an SOS app for women on its handsets in the next two months, much ahead of the government's mandate of installing a panic button on phones from January 1.

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Panchayat asks <strong>girls</strong> not to wear jeans and tight clothes

Panchayat asks girls not to wear jeans and tight clothes

11 Apr 2016

Baghpat (UP): A village panchayat here decided to boycott the families of girls who wear "jeans and tight clothes".

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Flyover collapse: <strong>Safety</strong> norms violated, says expert

Flyover collapse: Safety norms violated, says expert

01 Apr 2016

Kolkata: Gross violations of safety norms led to casualties in the flyover collapse case, an expert on traffic and transport safety, working with the National Highway Authority of India, said today.

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Facebook apologises for <strong>Safety</strong> Check glitch after Pakistan blast

Facebook apologises for Safety Check glitch after Pakistan blast

28 Mar 2016

San Francisco: Facebook has apologised for a bug that sent a Safety Check notification to users around the world following a deadly suicide bombing in Pakistan.

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