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Punjab PSEB Result 2017 12th: Goof-up leaves 30 students without their results


According to the report of past year in 2016, the 95% of pass percentage was registered in 2016. Due to the 5 state assembly elections, declaration of PSEB results was delayed. - Click on the link for the results page or visit For the supplementary examination , candidates have to fill up the application form along with the prescribed fee. Read More »

EVMs can be tampered with in 90 secs: Kejriwal

The AAP on Tuesday sought to demonstrate in the Delhi assembly how an EVM can be tampered but Election Commission debunked the claim saying the machine used was a mere "prototype". The party remained cryptic about from where it procured the machine used for demonstration. The Union Cabinet had given its nod to sanctioned funds of almost Rs. Read More »

USA made mistake pledging arms delivery to Syrian Kurds - Turkey

The move also reinforces the idea that the entire Syrian Democratic Force, Syrian Kurds (YPG) and the Syrian Arab Coalition, has the backing of the US, NBC News reported. Erdogan vowed to bring up the issue in talks with US President Donald Trump on May 16 in Washington, their first face-to-face encounter as heads of state. Read More »

ICJ decision didn't change status of Jhadav case: AG Office


Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, pending final judgment of the Court", ICJ said in its order. Salve said Pakistan had repeatedly denied consular access to India, which violates the provisions of Vienna Congress and no document of Jadhav's trial process was given by Islamabad. Read More »

Trump branded Comey 'nut job' as investigation points at White House

Earlier Friday, the New York Times reported that Trump told visiting Russian officials in a May 10 White House meeting that he had fired Comey because "he was insane, a real nut job". The billionaire property mogul added: "I'm not under investigation". Earlier this week, investors dumped stocks in response to reports that Trump in February had asked Comey to stop investigating his former national security adviser, prompting accusations the president may have tried to hamper the probe. Read More »

Woman chops off genitals of a 'Swami' of Kerala ashram


On Friday night, when the accused again showed up at their house and tried to force himself on her, she got hold of a sharp instrument and attacked him. "A 54-year-old man from Kollam was admitted at 12.39 am to the hospital on Saturday. Plastic surgeons who are urology experts in the hospital did emergency surgery to stop the blood loss and to enable him to pass urine", a statement by the hospital said. Read More »

Trump Tells Russians Comey Ouster Eased Pressure on Probe

This was obviously a sham, which Trump revealed the next day when he told Lester Holt he would've fired Comey regardless of what Rosenstein had to say. But he added, "I wrote it". That was two days after Rosenstein named Mueller as a special counsel to investigate possible coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Valls offers to back Macron in general elections


And the outcome of that election could dramatically affect how Macron governs the country. While Macron's premier will get to select a cabinet right away, the newly elected parliament will have the power to bring it down and impose its own choice unless En Marche! becomes the largest bloc. Read More »

North Korea missile launch officially a success


He said North Korea will never abandon its "nuclear deterrence for self-defense and pre-emptive strike capability" even if the USA ratchets up sanctions and pressure "to the utmost". The paper cited an example of Russian Federation, which it said has endorsed the United Nations sanctions on the North following Pyongyang's missile and nuclear tests but has also engaged in joint economic projects with the North. Read More »

Axed FBI Director James Comey agrees to testify in Senate

That avenue of investigation was added in recent weeks after assertions by former FBI Director James Comey that President Donald Trump had tried to dissuade him from pressing an investigation into the actions of Trump's first national security adviser, retired Army Lt General Michael Flynn , members of Congress said, though it was not clear whom that part of the probe might target. Read More »

Iran's VP quits presidential race in favor of Rouhani

The expert expects that if Jahangiri quits in favor of Rouhani, the elections will be held in one round and President Hassan Rouhani will win. "I will dedicate all my abilities to support Rouhani" in Friday's election, Jahangiri said in a statement. Read More »

Merkel Ally Says Macron's Brexit Stance to Strengthen Her Hand


The two leaders said Mr. Macron's victory in France's presidential election could breathe new life into the Franco-German relationship, which has always been the motor for deepening the binds of European Union member states. "I will reform not because Europe asks for it, but because France needs it", he said. It has led some to suggest that Macron sees Germany as a cash cow which will be forced into bankrolling other states - something which Jean Pisani-Ferry, economic programme coordinator ... Read More »

Missile programme moving ahead, says South


Unlike his two conservative predecessors, Moon, a liberal, has emphasized the importance of dialogue in dealing with North Korea , saying that his predecessors' hard line, which focused on sanctions, had failed to prevent the North from expanding its nuclear weapons and missiles arsenal. Read More »

Bittersweet reaction to death of Britain's notorious 'Moors murderer'


It has been revealed that he passed away after he removed his nasal feeding tube. The remains of one of the victim's, 12-year-old Keith Bennet, have never been found. The killings began on 12 July 1963 when Hindley lured Pauline Reade into her vehicle as the 16-year-old walked to a dance at a railwaymen's club in Manchester. Read More »

Former Minister of Agriculture enters the race for the Fine Gael leadership


He is well respected all over Europe and wider world", he said. Some 100 council seats were lost nationally while the party's majority on Laois County Council was wiped out and the seat number cut from 12 to six. Mr O'Donovan said he believed the Minister for Social Protection had the best attributes for the job. He is taking that seriously and dealing with it. Read More »

Trump Brags To Russians About Firing 'Nut Job' Comey

Mr Comey had been running an inquiry into possible collusion between Russian Federation and Donald Trump's election campaign. White House spokesman Sean Spicer called the president's rhetoric part of his deal-making. "I came out of there knowing that I trust this deputy attorney general, that I trust this special counsel and while he didn't answer many questions, he had a clear reason for not answering", Cleaver said. Read More »

Word of Trump pick for Federal Bureau of Investigation director could come within days


WASHINGTON ― The Senate Intelligence Committee is exploring ways to compel President Donald Trump to hand over any potential audio recordings of now-former FBI Director James Comey, an aide with the committee told HuffPost. Under an onslaught of Republican criticism, Comey says that to charge Clinton would have been unwarranted and mere "celebrity hunting". "I think anyone who is serving officer in the government, and you're asked by the President for dinner, I think it is professional ... Read More »

White House Fights the Press a Familiar Enemy

According to the New York Times report on Friday that Trump had recommended Guilfoyle for the press secretary job in exchanges with political associates. Guilfoyle said on Fox News last week that there was 'room for improvement with the rollout'. The move would come amid a whirlwind 10 days that saw Trump fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , reportedly share classified intelligence with Russian officials who visited the White House, and now faces the ... Read More »

Watch East Conference Final Game 4 Online, Team News


Ottawa is playing physical, and that has really gotten the Penguins off their game. Better change the goalie. Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan , center Evgeni Malkin (71) centre Matt Cullen (7) right wing Carter Rowney (37) and right wing Phil Kessel (81) look on during a stoppage in play first period of. Read More »

Iran counts ballots in presidential vote


Four candidates remain in the race. Out of the total eligible voters over 1.3 million are those who vote for the first time. The Interior Ministry is scheduled to officially confirm the outcome later on Saturday. Raisi, a former member of the so-called death commissions involved in the summary executions of thousands of political prisoners in the 1980s, has echoed Khamenei's and other hard-liners' calls for self-sufficiency to improve the economy, and he has alleged that Rohani has ... Read More »

Iran: Rouhani leads initial count; over 70 percent turnout

The election is the first since the landmark nuclear deal in 2015 that resulted in significant limits on Tehran's most sensitive nuclear activities - which many in the West believed were part of an effort to build atomic weapons - in exchange for sanctions relief. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron names gender-balanced cabinet from across political spectrum


Outgoing socialist defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, 69, was appointed France's top diplomat, with the new title of minister for Europe and foreign affairs. The armed forces are now led by centrist, pro-European Sylvie Goulard , 52. François Baroin, who is leading the campaign for the Republicans has made it clear that his party don't intend to go into coalition with Macron's REM, but take complete control. Read More »