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CID to investigate missing TET question papers case in West Bengal

CID to investigate missing TET question papers case in West Bengal

31 Aug 2015

Kolkata: Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has taken over the probe into the case of missing question papers of the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) in West Bengal.

CID,   TET question papers,   Criminal Investigation Department,   Missing question papers case,   Teacher Eligibility Test,   TET,   Latest States News,  
More hiring, more salary in coming months: Survey

More hiring, more salary in coming months: Survey

21 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Indian employers have a bullish recruitment outlook for the coming months as they plan to hire more workers and increase salary levels , a survey says. According to CareerBuilder India's Midyear Job Forecast Study, 73 per cent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over coming months while 60 per cent plan to hire temporary or contract workers. New Delhi: Indian employers have a bullish recruitment outlook for the coming months as they plan to hire more workers and increase salary levels , a survey says. According to CareerBuilder India's Midyear Job Forecast Study, 73 per cent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over coming months while 60 per cent plan to hire temporary or contract workers.

Indian employers,   Recruitment,   Hiring,   Workers,   Job Forecast,  
Salman Khan gives Athiya Shetty 'golden <strong>rules</strong>' to succeed

Salman Khan gives Athiya Shetty 'golden rules' to succeed

25 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan, who is launching Athiya Shetty in his home production 'Hero', prepared her for the challenge by giving her three important rules to succeed in the film industry.

Salman Khan,   Athiya Shetty,   film industry,   Hero,   Athiya Shetty upcoming film,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Gold <strong>rules</strong> firm for ninth day on global cues, seasonal demand

Gold rules firm for ninth day on global cues, seasonal demand

18 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The uptrend in gold continued for the ninth straight day, its longest winning spell this year, as prices rose Rs 90 to trade at over one-month high of Rs 26,310 per 10 grams in the bullion market today.

gold,   silver,   China yuan devaluation,   gold price,   latest bussiness news,  
HIV positive patient breaks all barriers, prepares for Army <strong>recruitment</strong>

HIV positive patient breaks all barriers, prepares for Army recruitment

04 Aug 2015

Guwahati: Breaking all the barriers of a HIV positive patient, a 22 year old man from Haryana, dreams big and is preparing for Army recruitment.

HIV positive patient,   Army recruitment preparation,   Haryana HIV patient,   Dr Dhaniram Baruah,   AIDS,   Indian Army,   latest India news ,  
Sania Mirza fined for violating traffic <strong>rules</strong>

Sania Mirza fined for violating traffic rules

11 Aug 2015

Hyderabad: Tennis star Sania Mirza was yesterday fined for violation of traffic rules. Hyderabad Police last night imposed a fine of Rs 200 as the number plate of her car was found to be in violation of the rules.

Sania Mirza,   Sania Mirza fined,   Sania Mirza violating traffic rules,   traffic rules violation,   Hyderabad Police,   latest sports news,  
HP: High Court quashes appointment of 480 teachers

HP: High Court quashes appointment of 480 teachers

25 May 2013

In a setback to the previous Prem Kumar Dhumal-led BJP government in the state, the Himachal Pradesh High Court quashed appointments of 480 teachers made in 2011 saying these (appointments) were not in accordance with law.

Himachal Pradesh High Court,   appointment of teachers,   Himachal teachers,   teacher recruitment in Himachal,   teacher Recruitment rules,  
IOC <strong>rules</strong> out viral testing of Rio's Olympic waters

IOC rules out viral testing of Rio's Olympic waters

13 Aug 2015

Rio de Janeiro: The International Olympic Committee ruled out conducting viral tests of Rio de Janeiro's sewage-laden waterways ahead of the 2016 games, a top official said Wednesday, despite an Associated Press study showing dangerously high levels of disease-causing viruses at all aquatic venues, with experts saying athletes are almost certain to be exposed to pathogens.

International Olympic Committee,   Rio de Janeiro sewage laden waterways,   2016 games,   Latest News,  
Japan to restart first reactor under new <strong>rules</strong> since crisis

Japan to restart first reactor under new rules since crisis

10 Aug 2015

Tokyo: A power plant operator said it will restart a reactor in southern Japan tomorrow, the first restart under new safety requirements following the Fukushima disaster and a milestone for the nation's return to nuclear power.

Japan,   1st nuclear reactor,   New rules for nuclear,   Tokyo,   Fukushima disaster,   Nuclear power,   Latest World News,  
SC upholds 10-year jail term of OP Chautala, son in teachers' <strong>recruitment</strong> scam

SC upholds 10-year jail term of OP Chautala, son in teachers' recruitment scam

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today dismissed the plea of former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and others, challenging their conviction and award of 10-year jail term in the teachers' recruitment scam case.

JBT scam,   SC,   O P Chautala,   Supreme Court,   Plea of former Haryana CM,   Chief Minister,   Om Prakash Chautala,   Latest Nation News ,  

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