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HC orders for preparing Mains result of Bihar police SI recruitment afresh following norms

PATNA: The on Wednesday ordered for preparing afresh the declared result of Mains examination for recruitment of sub-inspectors in according to set norms of competitive examination and reservation policies. Altogether […]

SSC 2017 result for SI/ASI posts in DP, CAPFs and CISF declared; check on ssc.nic.in

NEW DELHI: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced result for Sub-Inspector examination for Delhi Police, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) and ASI (Assistant Sub-Inspector) in CISF 2017. Candidates, who appeared […]

New FTII student body to be formed in two weeks

PUNE: The students‘ association of the Film and Television Institute of India () said that the new body for the coming year will be formed in about two weeks‘ time. […]

NEET 2019 online application: Documents you need for registration

NEW DELHI: The online registration link for the 2019 National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test () is now active on the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA) – ntaneet.nic.in. […]

L&T shares rise nearly 7 per cent post Q2 earnings

NEW DELHI: Shares of (L&T) Thursday climbed nearly 7 per cent after the company reported 28.36 per cent jump in its consolidated for the ended September, 2018. The stock, after […]

Manufacturing activity grows at quickest pace in four months on strong orders

NEW DELHI: The country‘s sector activity improved in October, as firms scaled up production and employment levels amid strong rise in new business order flows, a monthly survey said on […]

Mahindra Logistics Q2 net up 38% to Rs 19.1cr

MUMBAI: Logistics on Thursday posted a 38.2 per cent rise in September quarter net to Rs 19.1 crore on margin expansion. The ‘s logistics arm had posted a net profit […]

US productivity growth slows to 2.2 per cent rate in Q3

WASHINGTON: US grew at an annual of 2.2 per cent in the third quarter. It marks a slowdown from the previous quarter but is still better than the weak gains […]