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Maharashtra SSC Result 2017 has declared Today Check now on mahresults

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Maharashtra SSC Class 10 examination is conducted across nine divisional boards in the state including Mumbai , Pune, Aurangabad, Latur, Nagpur, Nashik, Konkan , Kolhapur and Amaravati. More than sixteen lakh from all across Maharashtra had appeared for the exams. As the official website will witness a lot of traffic today, students may experience lag and website crashing down. Read More »

Theresa May's senior aides resign in United Kingdom election aftermath

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Apart from Gove and her close ally Damian Green , promoted to Cabinet Office minister to oversee the day-to-day running of the government, May confirmed most of the ministers from her previous cabinet. "I take responsibility for my part in this election campaign, which was the oversight of our policy programme". "It may not be on the Monday because we also have got the Queen's Speech that week and I will have to speak in that, and so on", he told Sky News . Read More »

Senior Cabinet members stand by embattled May

The DUP is an ultra-right wing outfit. The DUP is strongly opposed to single-sex marriage and abortion, at odds with Conservative policies. Back in April the shadow Brexit minister Sir Keir Starmer had already said, "membership of the Single Market is incompatible with our clarity about the fact that freedom of movement rules have to change", clarifying later he meant "freedom of movement will have to end". Read More »

Oldest Trump son fires off 80-plus tweets in support of dad

Senator Richard Burr, the Republican chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, and senator Mark Warner , the top Democrat on it, both said they believed Mr Comey's account. As Sen. James Risch (R-Idaho) pointed out to Comey: people don't get prosecuted for "hoping" something will happen in the absence of force or coercion or bribery, and Comey's "feeling" that he was being asked to end the investigation is immaterial to what actually happened. Read More »

UK turmoil as Brexit talks could be delayed

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May's party fell eight seats short of retaining their parliamentary majority, and is now in talks with Northern Ireland's ultra-conservative Democratic Union Party (DUP) - which won 10 seats - to forge an informal alliance. Under the "hard Brexit " scenario, which has prevailed so far, Britain would leave the European single market and the customs union and curb EU immigration. Read More »

"Hard Brexit" plan is dead in the water: Scotland's Sturgeon

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Speculation is rife that last week's election results may push Prime Minister Theresa May into changing her strategy for quitting Europe , although Brexit secretary David Davis has reiterated his commitment to the existing plan . The First Minister said there should be a "cross-party, four-nation approach" to Brexit to maintain the UK's position in the single market. Speaking to reporters as the SNP's new parliamentary group met at Westminster on Monday, the First Minister urged ... Read More »

Firefighters help bride and groom get to wedding reception

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Upon arrival, the firefighters found a trolley bus with an engine compartment fire. The bus driver already had extinguished the fire, but a wedding party was left without a ride to the reception. After putting out the flames, the Avon Volunteer Fire Department stepped up and offered to give them a lift. Firefighters felt bad the couple couldn't enjoy the trolley bus ride. Read More »

United Kingdom election: Theresa May's 'snap election' gamble backfires

A deal between the government and the DUP could also unsettle the precarious balance between Northern Ireland's British loyalist and Irish nationalist parties, whose power-sharing administration in Belfast collapsed earlier this year. Katie Perrior, who quit as May's communications chief in April, said Timothy and Hill were "great street fighters but poor political leaders". "In my view it may well just be a period of transition", she told LBC radio. Read More »

Brokenshire not keen on Stormont mediator move amid DUP deal criticism

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is in for a hard Tuesday as she is due to hold talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to secure an informal alliance before meeting French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. Over the weekend May, who appeared visibly shaken in TV interviews, used the one power that remains in her grip - a reshuffle of the Cabinet - to try to shore up her position and win allies. Read More »

China auto sales shrink 2.6 pct in May, SUVs up 13.5 pct

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Xu said, likening the slowdown in China to that in the USA, where passenger-car sales fell 0.9% in May and 4.7% in April. China's auto market recorded a 13.7 percent rise in sales a year ago, helped by the tax incentive. - General Motors Co. said sales of GM-brand vehicles by the company and its Chinese manufacturing partners rose 9.5 percent from a year earlier to 294,425. Read More »

Malcolm Turnbull facing a backbench backlash on Alan Finkel's Clean Energy Target

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The report has sparked debate within government ranks over the role of coal under Dr Finkel's recommended clean energy target , which would require a proportion of electricity each year to come from generation below a set emissions level. To help cut bills, consumers should be rewarded for cutting power use and for generating power from sources like rooftop solar, the report said. "A clean energy target that would envisage more not less coal-fired power generation seems to be a bit of an ... Read More »

White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling United Kingdom trip

The agency made the disclosure in response to a freedom of information request by The Wall Street Journal . It did not rule out that the conversations between Trump and Comey could have been recorded by another entity. "It appears, from a review of Secret Service's main indices, that there are no records pertaining to your request that are referenced in these indices". Read More »

Egypt and Bahrain keep pressure on Qatar in Gulf crisis

An initial report on the hack from Qatar's Interior Ministry late Wednesday said the website of the Qatar News Agency was initially hacked in April with "high techniques and innovative methods". He added that "we have taken these steps in the interest of Qatar. and in the interest of security and stability in the region". Sheikh Sabah visited Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to try to mend fences, but no details were released on his mission. Read More »

Trump says Obamacare in 'death spiral,' urges Congress to act

Trump cited the history of the Panama Canal, the Transcontinental railroad, the interstate system, and the Internet as examples of what he wanted to accomplish. diesel fuel tax, combined with the administration's idea of allowing corporations to invest cash repatriated from their overseas operations. Wednesday's was Trump's first visit to OH since the state's critical contribution to his election victory in November - in which he received 51 percent of the vote and all 18 electoral votes. Read More »

Iran arrests 7 suspects for supporting Tehran attacks

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In a video that appeared to have been recorded before the attack on Tehran, five masked fighters were shown threatening Shi´ites in Iran as well as the Saudi Arabian government saying their turn "will come". It says dozens of people have been detained. It called the detainees "elements of the Wahhabi IS group", and said they were involved in operations, communication and logistics for the local Islamic State group cell. Read More »

Kenya: At least 10 missing after Nairobi building collapses

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Residents were evacuated to safety when the building developed cracks and then collapsed, police said. The incident occurred on Monday night, both rescue services said. In April 2016, 49 people were killed when a six-storey building collapsed in northeastern Nairobi after torrential rain. Building collapses have become common. Read More »

Labour sends out mixed messages over Brexit

May's failure to get a majority has undercut her tough Brexit strategy, which had raised fears that Britain was heading for a so-called "hard Brexit", which could potentially see tariffs slapped on British exports to the bloc. May also restored former Justice Secretary Michael Gove to the Cabinet in another move created to show she was willing to listen to critics. Michael Gove, who was sacked as Justice Secretary by Theresa May a year ago after he ran in the Conservative leadership ... Read More »

Donald Trump offers 'support' to Theresa May after polls setback

She also apologised to colleagues who had "contributed so much to our country" and "didn't deserve to lose their seats". Speaking outside 10 Downing St., May scarcely acknowledged the election's disastrous outcome, promising to form "a government that can provide certainty". Read More »

European Union tells May 'no time to lose' on Brexit

They have however watched events in Britain with increasing dismay. But a series of campaign missteps followed and instead of boosting her party in Labor-held seats that voted for Brexit , her rhetoric may have turned voters off. She said in the early hours of Thursday that "this country needs a period of stability". However he acknowledged that the party would have to abandon much of the programme set out in the general election manifesto as it would no longer be able to get it through ... Read More »

Brexit talks may not start on June 19, David Davis suggests

Several newspapers said Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was being urged by supporters to launch a leadership challenge, but he dismissed the reports as "tripe". Michel Barnier urged Mrs May to "very quickly" start talks and appoint a negotiating team that is "stable, accountable and with a mandate" with the clock ticking to March 29 2019, when the United Kingdom is expected to leave after the two-year Article 50 process. Read More »

Cyclone flattens Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh

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The warning signal no 2 has been issued at the Paradip and Gopalpur ports in view of the cyclone . The authorities have evacuated more than 300,000 people from different parts of the coastal and low-laying areas of the coastal districts by Monday night ahead of the cyclone. Read More »