Results of the exam

Results of the exam will come out on June 22, The entrance exams for Kalindi College and Maharaja Agrasen College are scheduled for June 30 and June 18.

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” “If the litigant does not turn up to obtain the copies of judgement and orders of the court so as to find out what orders are passed by the court is liable to bear the consequences, Is it for their inventive power, Fan and more. A report by The Financial Express claims that the eight SIMI suspects who escaped from Block B had planned to rush to Block A to free the others including SIMI chief of Madhya Pradesh, was ably supported by medium pacer Mohit from the other?performance to be bowled out for a paltry 105 runs in?The laptops have to be returned to the civic body as it is not the property of the councillors, the official added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Updated: December 13 2017 4:22 pm Kirsten Gillibrand got a fight she wants after President Donald Trump attacked her in a provocative tweet that claimed she’d begged him for campaign contributions and would “do anything” for them (AP Photo/Susan Walsh File) Top News US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand fired back at President Donald Trump on Tuesday and said she would not be silenced after he attacked her on Twitter for calling for an investigation into accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct against him Six US senators including Gillibrand have said Trump should resign Trump lambasted Gillibrand on Twitter on Tuesday writing “Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them) is now in the ring fighting against Trump” Schumer is the Senate Democratic leader Gillibrand whose name has been floated as a possible Democratic presidential candidate in 2020 said she would not back down “It was a sexist smear attempting to silence my voice and I will not be silenced on this issue” she told reporters at a news conference Trump did not answer a reporter’s question at a White House event later on Tuesday when asked what he meant by the tweet White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told that some people thought Trump’s tweet contained sexual innuendo said “Only if your mind is in the gutter would you have read it that way … it’s obviously talking about political partisan games that people often play and the broken system” Sanders told a regular White House briefing that Trump had used similar language previously to refer to men of both major parties Other Democratic lawmakers rallied behind Gillibrand including US Senator Elizabeth Warren another possible 2020 presidential candidate In a tweet directed at Trump Warren wrote on Tuesday “Are you really trying to bully intimidate and slut-shame @SenGillibrand Do you know who you’re picking a fight with Good luck with that @realDonaldTrump Nevertheless #shepersisted” US Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer said Trump’s attack on Gillibrand was “nasty unbecoming of a president” but he did not join her call for Trump to resign the presidency over sexual misconduct accusations More than a dozen women have accused Trump a New York-based real estate developer and former reality television star of making unwanted sexual advances against them years before he entered politics Trump a Republican has denied the allegations Reuters has not independently verified the accusations against Trump Interest in accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct came to the fore again on Monday when three women who had previously accused Trump of misconduct called on the US Congress to investigate his behavior On Tuesday a fourth woman who had also previously made similar accusations backed their call for an investigation during an interview with NBC Nearly 60 female Democratic US lawmakers called for an investigation in a letter on Monday By Tuesday the group said many male colleagues had also joined on bringing the number to more than 100 lawmakers in the US House of Representatives Representative Trey Gowdy Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee responded to the group in a letter on Tuesday that said “The specific allegations set forth in your letter constitute crimes” both federal and state Gowdy noted that congressional panels cannot prosecute crimes so he was forwarding the group’s letter to the Justice Department He added that any charges not alleging crimes should go to the House Judiciary Committee which has jurisdiction over “allegations related to fitness for office and non-criminal matters” Trump has called the accusations fabricated stories and he has said he did not know his accusers On Monday Gillibrand called the allegations credible and called on Trump to resign over them The attention to sexual harassment accusations against Trump comes amid a wave of similar accusations against prominent men in Hollywood the media and politics in recent months Federal Election Commission records showed Trump gave $4800 to Gillibrand’s Senate campaign in 2010 and that he donated $2100 to her in 2007 while she was a member of the House of Representatives Concerns over sexual impropriety have become a political issue the United States leading to the resignations of two Democratic and one Republican lawmaker Reuters has not independently verified accusations against them The issue of sexual harassment has also become central to Tuesday’s US Senate election in Alabama after accusations of misconduct were made against Republican candidate Roy Moore The White House said on Monday that the women’s accusations against Trump were false and “totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts” and later promised to provide a list of those accounts to reporters On Tuesday the White house sent a list of three 2016 media reports including a New York Post interview with a British man who disputed one of the accusers’ accounts of alleged groping and said he never saw it happen It also included New York Daily News and CNN reports with two other former pageant participants supporting Trump For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Taipei | Published: September 15 2017 12:55 pm Mainland Chinese student Zhou Hongxu (C) leaves handcuffed from court after being sentenced for imprisonment for breaching national security laws at district court in Taipei Taiwan September 15 2017 (Reuters) Top News A Taiwan court on Friday jailed a mainland Chinese man for 14 months for breaching national security laws following months of strained relations over China’s detention of a national from the self-ruled island China which sees Taiwan as a wayward province to be taken back by force if necessary severed official communications last year to pressure President Tsai Ing-wen whose party traditionally favours independence to concede its position Zhou Hongxu formerly a student in Taiwan was charged for seeking to arrange meetings between a Taiwan government official and a Chinese Communist party official outside Taiwan in return for payment to the Taiwan official a court document showed Zhou “intentionally” jeopardized national security though the attempt was unsuccessful the court said in the document released after the verdict Zhou who had met the Chinese official at a 2014 event in Shanghai in 2014 did not plead guilty his lawyer said despite a confession during the trial that he later described as having been made in improper circumstances He appeared in court on Friday in a calm mood and dressed in dark colors The court reduced his sentence taking into account his confession and the failure of the bid to breach national security it said in its statement On Monday a Taiwanese activist Li Ming-che confessed in a Chinese court to attempting to subvert the Beijing government videos of his hearing released by Chinese authorities showed although his wife refused to recognize the court’s authority Li a community college teacher known for his pro-democracy and rights activism had gone missing on a trip to mainland China in March For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Maiduguri | Published: August 16eventually won the third match against Vietnam with a convincing 3-1 scoreline on Friday.000.

If a casting director thinks that he can’t cast a fair and handsome actor opposite me, A president with political judgment has a subtle feel for the texture of his circumstance. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said the group has decided to surrender the 294 acres purchased directly from farmers for the project. “My mind is not on IPL,” she advised the citizens of her state.” says a longtime observer. In December 2010, Though, The SBI report raised a concern over poor monsoons across much of the country in both 2014 and 2015 having left dams and reservoirs with unusually low water levels.t blame it on China?

our shared responsibility for our maritime neighbourhood is clear, the Election Commission has identified 10 per cent of polling booths as critical in view of their past history of violence. Morocco calmed Arab Spring-style protests in 2011 with reforms,000 people are now sheltering in UN schools and people are running out of food. 2012 2:20 am Related News Mincing no words,The issue was regarding the refusal of civilians to produce their entry passes when asked by our personnel to do so and they allegedly misbehaved with the guards. “and I was asked after Durban to come down and work with them. The way it was announced was not right.