Monday, May 23, 2016

Another U.S.-led assassination on its soil angers Pakistan

Another U.S.-led assassination on its soil angers Pakistan


    The CBSE Class XII results have been prominently covered on the front pages of most newspapers this morning. "Delhi girl tops CBSE Class XII exam; 89,000 score over 90%" reads a Times of India headline. The Hindu writes that for the 4th consecutive year, a Delhi student has topped the class 12 CBSE exams, adding that Sukriti Gupta of Montfort School emerged all India topper with 99.4% marks. Under the caption, "Gurgaon twins score identical marks in Boards, equal in JEE", Hindustan Times reports that Gurgaon girls Ankita and Harshita Chauhan who are twin sisters, the 17-year-old siblings, have scored 93% in CBSE.

    The Times of India says that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants Apple Inc. to manufacture iPhones in India instead of pushing its plan to sell refurbished pre-owned handsets, according to officials familiar with discussions he had with Apple CEO Tim Cook.

    The Asian Age reports that the CBI has registered a case against former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda for alleged irregularities in the allocation of 14 industrial plots in Panchkula.

    A 29-year-old teacher from Congo was bludgeoned to death by three men in south Delhi on Friday after an argument over boarding an auto-rickshaw, reports The Indian Express.

    Current rates of climate change may trigger instability in a major Antarctic glacier, leading to a sea-level rise of almost three metres, a new study has warned, writes the Times of India.

    The HRD Ministry has ed plans for setting up its own school board for Ved Vidya or Vedic education, says The Indian Express.

    "Not just pals, taxmen tracking FB, Twitter for your foreign trip pics" - under that caption, the Times of India says that Income-tax officials have found new ammunition - social media posts, such as photographs of an overseas vacation or a new car, which the taxpayer has shared among his friends, to extract correct information from taxpayers.

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