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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared Class 10th results today, and you can check your results on the official website of the CBSE.
CBSE Class 12 Result 2018 declared: Trivandrum tops in pass percentage at 97.32%, Chennai comes second at 93.87%
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today with Trivandrum topping the list with a pass percentage of 97.32 percent
CBSE paper leak: Education Secretary Anil Swarup says mafia in education system runs deeper than coal industry
Union Education Secretary Anil Swarup said that the mafia in the education department runs deeper than that in the coal mining industry
A group of students on Saturday staged a demonstration near the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) office at Preet Vihar here against the leak of Class 10 Mathematics and Class 12 Economics papers.
CBSE paper leak: All India Parents Association to file petition in Delhi High Court for court-monitored probe
The All India Parents Association on Friday said it would file a petition in the Delhi High Court on Monday seeking a court-monitored probe into CBSE paper leak
Company's supply to power sector in the first five months of the current fiscal also dropped by two percent to 157 MT, against 160 MT in the corresponding period of previous fiscal
llocation of coal linkages for the non-regulated sector, which includes steel and cement, will be only through the auction route to ensure transparency, government said today.
India imported 12.35 million tonnes of coal last month, a 34.3% decline from the same month a year ago
A parliamentary panel has expressed its reservations about CMPFO not parking the funds in "an appropriate manner" and even suggested refering the matter to a central investigating agency.
Power generation fell 1 percent in April, after growing by 8.4 percent in the fiscal year that ended in March - the fastest rate in 20 years.re
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is determined to move more than 100,000 people living near coalfields in eastern India to new homes, making it easier to douse underground fires that have burned for a century and mine huge reserves of premium coal.
The government had earlier allotted 38 mines to Central and state public sector units, including power major NTPC, DVC and steel giant SAIL.
The government has already garnered over Rs 2 lakh crore by auctioning just 33 blocks, surpassing the Rs 1.86 lakh crore loss estimated earlier by government auditor CAG for allotment of mines without auction.
The Bill that seeks to replace the Ordinance was passed by the Lok Sabha but had to be referred to the Rajya Sabha Select Committee.
Approximately Rs 1.09 lakh crore would go to the coffers of states like Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha and Maharashtra following auction of 19 coal blocks held last night, Union Coal Secretary Anil Swarup said today.
The companies which were vying for Gare Palma IV/2 and IV/3 mines included Adani Power Maharashtra, D B Power, GMR Chhattisgarh Energy Ltd, Jindal Power Ltd, Jindal India Thermal Power Ltd, JSW Energy Ltd, KSK Mahanadi Power Company Ltd, Reliance Geothermal Power Pvt Ltd and Sesa Sterlite.
Coal secretary Anil Swarup further said that instead of 36 coal mines the government has decided that it will allot 45 coal blocks to the PSUs.
The total volume of imported coal rose to 168.4 million tonnes last fiscal and the government had estimated earlier this year that the domestic shortage would range between 185 and 265 million tonnes by 2016-17.
Anil Swarup also said that the ministry has already signed an agreement with trade unions of Coal India and addressed their grievances aptly.