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Sep 27, 2018
CBSE to hold vocational courses exam in February; tests for core subjects will continue to be held in MarchThe examination for the core academic subjects such as languages, maths, and science subjects will continue to be held in March. The board in support of its decision cited a Delhi High Court directive which had asked it to ensure that the time of results of exams and re-evaluation are taken into account while determining the cut-off date for admission to colleges of Delhi University, it said in a statement.
Jul 11, 2018
Huawei MediaPad M5 will soon be getting the GPU Turbo technology upgradeMediaPad M5 comes with a HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset, 4 GB RAM and 32, 64 or 128 GB of storage capacity.
Mar 12, 2017
Assembly Election Results 2017: Mapping the BJP's pan-India saffron surgeFrom its days as a party on the fringes of India's political spectrum, the Bharatiya Janata Party has now come a long way to rule over a large part of India.
Feb 17, 2017
MWC 2017: LG hints at the revamped UX with LG G6 and a 5.7-inch 'FullVision' displayLG hinted at a user-interface overhaul for the UX along with the launch of LG G6 during MWC 2017.
Jan 18, 2017
PowerVR GPU making company wants to bring virtual reality to low-end Android devicesA report now claims that the company wants to bring high-quality VR experiences to low-end Android smartphones.
Dec 21, 2016
Legal pot growers to drive up California warehouse rates | ReutersBy David Randall Legalizing recreational marijuana in California is creating a gold rush for a decidedly less intoxicating sector: warehouses in which to grow the plants. Investors have few options to cash in directly on the state's recent decision to legalize the drug, as there are no publicly traded cannabis producing companies and marijuana remains illegal under federal law. However, they are anticipating a lift in demand for warehouses as legal pot companies search for space to grow their supply
Dec 19, 2016
Thousands evacuated from Aleppo after deal over besieged villages | ReutersBy Angus McDowall and Ellen Francis | BEIRUT BEIRUT Thousands were evacuated from the last rebel-held enclave of the Aleppo on Monday after a deal was reached to allow people to leave two besieged pro-government villages in nearby Idlib province.In bitter winter weather, convoys of buses from eastern Aleppo reached rebel-held areas to the west of the city, and more buses left the Shi'ite Muslim villages of al-Foua and Kefraya for government lines, according to a U.N.
Dec 17, 2016
Syrian rebels, govt say new deal in works to secure Aleppo evacuation | ReutersBy Laila Bassam and Lisa Barrington | ALEPPO, Syria/BEIRUT ALEPPO, Syria/BEIRUT A new deal is being negotiated to complete the evacuation of rebel-held areas of Syria's east Aleppo which ground to a halt on Friday after demands from pro-government forces that people also be moved out of two villages besieged by insurgents.A Syrian rebel official and a government official said early on Saturday the evacuation of Aleppo would resume and the two Shi'ite villages would be evacuated, as well as the wounded from two towns near the Lebanese border and east Aleppo.But sources said negotiations were still going on to finalise how the evacuations would take place and how many people would leave. By Saturday afternoon there was no sign it was being implemented, with only an hour to go before sunset.
Dec 16, 2016
Aleppo evacuation suspended amid dispute over villages | ReutersBy Laila Bassam, Suleiman Al-Khalidi and John Davison | ALEPPO, Syria/BEIRUT ALEPPO, Syria/BEIRUT The evacuation of the last opposition-held areas of the Syrian city of Aleppo was suspended on Friday after pro-government militias demanded that wounded people should also be brought out of two Shi'ite villages being besieged by rebel fighters.The second day of the operation to take fighters and civilians out of Aleppo's rebel enclave ground to a halt amid recriminations from all sides after a morning that had seen the pace of the operation pick up.Aleppo had been divided between government and rebel areas in the nearly six-year civil war, but a lightning advance by the Syrian army and its allies that began in mid-November deprived the insurgents of most of their territory in a matter of weeks.Russia said the Syrian army had established control over all districts of eastern Aleppo although government troops were suppressing isolated areas where rebel fighters continued to resist.Rebel sources accused pro-government Shi'ite militias of opening fire on buses carrying evacuees from east Aleppo. Road blocks went up and a bus convoy was forced to turn back.Rebels in eastern Aleppo went on high alert after pro-government forces prevented civilians from leaving and deployed heavy weaponry on the road out of the area, a Syrian rebel commander in the city said.A Syrian official source said the evacuation was halted because rebels had sought to take out people they had abducted with them, and they had also tried to take weapons hidden in bags. This was denied by Aleppo-based rebel groups.
Dec 15, 2016
Fall of Aleppo puts Iran on cusp of 'Shi'ite crescent' of influence | ReutersBy Babak Dehghanpisheh | BEIRUT BEIRUT Iran has played a pivotal role in Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's campaign to crush rebel resistance in Aleppo and is now close to establishing a "Shi'ite crescent" of regional influence stretching from the Afghan border to the Mediterranean Sea.Revolutionary Guards commanders and senior clerics in Tehran have this week praised Iran's defeat of "Wahhabi terrorists" in Syria and the country they characterise as the rebels' patron, Sunni Muslim regional rival Saudi Arabia. There is little doubt the capture of Aleppo after years of fighting, and at the cost of thousands of lives, will make Assad unassailable to the rebels who have sought to end his rule. It is unlikely such a victory would have been possible without Iran's steadfast supply of Shi'ite fighters, money and weapons.