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Delhi Post Office Recruitment Admit Card 2017 Released: Download now for Postsman/Mail Guard Exam

Delhi Post Office Recruitment Admit Card 2017 Released: Download now for Postsman/Mail Guard Exam

India Post has released admit card for Delhi Postman/Mail Guard Recruitment Exam 2017 at the web portal of Department of Posts. The Postman/Mail Guard Recruitment Re-exam 2017 is rescheduled and to be held on May 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 2017. The aspirants who had earlier appeared in exam back then, can download Delhi Post Office Admit Card at the website delhi.postalcareers.in. The admit card need to carried to the examination on the respective exam day. The candidates who will found without the admit card will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.
Direct Link to Download Delhi Post Office Admit Card
Steps to Download Delhi Post Office Admit Card
Open the official website
Click on admit card link
Enter registration details correctly
Press submit and take a print out
Download and take printout
Download Delhi Post Office Re-Exam Admit Card here
If you face technical issues, please contact between 9.30 AM to 6.30 PM at following contact points: Email – delhi.techqueries@postalcareers.in or Call – 9840001275, 9840001276
This call letter is for Delhi Postman / Mail Guard Recruitment 2014 re-examination. As exam will be in May 2017, therefore most candidates are looking for hall tickets as Delhi Postman Admit Card 2017. To avoid confusion, please note that on this page. Team India.com Education wishes candidates

JEE Main 2017 Result DECLARED, check results online

jeemain.nic.in JEE Main 2017 Result DECLARED, check results online now, link here

Apr. 27, 2017: JEE Main 2017 Results are expected today at the official website jeemain.nic.in. Candidates who had appeared for the paper and pen mode as well as the computer based examinations should be able to check the results on the official website today. This is important to note that there is no fresh update regarding the declaration of the results. The results are expected today as per the official notification released at the time of application forms of JEE Main 2017. The Results are likely to be made available by CBSE after 12 pm as per sources. Students would require their JEE Main Admit Card numbers to access their JEE Main 2017 Results.

Once the results of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE), are announced the students will be able to check the JEE Main results and the All India Ranks (AIR). After the declaration of JEE Main Paper -I results, the score of JEE Main 2017 will comprise the actual marks obtained in Paper-I of JEE (Main) 2017 along with the status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE (Advanced) 2017. It is expected that around 2,20,000 students would be shortlisted as eligible for appearing in the JEE Advanced 2017 Examination this year. The JEE Advanced would be conducted on May 21 and application forms would be available shortly after release of JEE Main 2017 Results.

The JEE Main exam was conducted on April 2 in the offline mode while on April 8 and April 9 was conducted in the offline mode. The results of JEE Main Exam conducted by CBSE are expected by approximately 2,20,000 students. The students were also able to access the answer keys and OMR sheets . For checking the JEE Main Results 2017, aspirants will need to login to the official websites of the CBSE or JEE Main. Students please note that the CBSE JEE Main Result 2017 would be declared simultaneously on 4 servers. Students can click on the link provided to log on to either of them. Candidates also need to enter their registration number, Date of Birth and other details as necessary and submit them. Once the JEE Main Exam Score 2017 is displayed on the screen, aspirants would be able to save it for future reference and for applying to the JEE Advanced exam.

Admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs participating though Central Seat Allocation Board will be based on All India Rank (AIR).or SC/ST candidates the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12 th class examination. Subject combinations required in the qualifying examination for admission to B.E./B.Tech.& B. Arch./B.Planning Courses in NITs, IIITs, and other CFTIs has been given in the official website. Students are advised to keep checking the official website for details.

Students are further informed that neither CBSE not JEE Main Unit was reachable for comment. When we reached out to sources close to the board, it was suggested that the result link might be activated after noon today. There is however there is still no official update on delay of the results. Under the present circumstances, hence, students are requested to be patient and keep checking the page for any further updates.

Vinod Khanna passes away at the age of 70 after battling cancer

Vinod Khanna breathed his last at a hospital in Girgaon, Mumbai on Thursday morning. The actor was 70. Khanna was admitted to the hospital on March 31. His elder son Rahul Khanna had stated that the actor was suffering from severe dehydration and that the situation was quickly brought under control. However, word had it that Khanna was getting treatment for cancer instead, especially after a picture of a visibly weak Vinod Khanna standing with his wife Kavita Khanna and son, Sakshi Khanna at the hospital went viral. However, his younger son Akshaye Khanna later spoke to an entertainment portal, where he said his father was doing well. So this piece of news of him passing away will definitely be a terrible shock to his many fans.

Vinod Khanna made his debut in 1968 in Sunil Dutt’s Man Ka Meet, where he played the villain, despite his natural good looks. He continued to play villains in movies like Purab Aur Paschim, Sachaa Jhutha, Aan Milo Sajna, and Mastana, with his most popular negative role being in Dharmendra’s Purab Aur Paschim, where he played a dacoit. With the 1971 movie Hum Tum Aur Woh, he made his debut as a leading man with more such roles in Achanak, Mere Apne, Inkaar, and also being a part of blockbusters like Amar Akbar Anthony, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar and Qurbaani

Hospitals can’t hold patients hostage for unpaid bills: Delhi HC

New Delhi: Hospitals cannot hold patients “hostage” to extract money for unpaid bills, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday told a premier private city hospital for allegedly withholding custody of a patient over outstanding dues.
Denouncing this “modus operandi” of withholding custody of patients, a bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Deepa Sharma said if the bills are not paid, then release the patient.

“If bills not paid, then release the patient. You cannot keep patients hostage. That cannot be the modus operandi.
Even if dues are outstanding, custody of patients cannot be withheld to extract money towards unpaid bills (of the hospital). We deprecate this practice,” the court told Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in central Delhi.

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The court directed the hospital to prepare the discharge summary of the patient and allowed his son, the petitioner, to remove his father forthwith from the hospital.

Senior Standing Counsel of Delhi government Rahul Mehra said that several hospitals do behave in this manner.
The ruling came in a habeas corpus plea moved by the son of the patient, a former Madhya Pradesh policeman who was admitted in the hospital for treatment in February.

The ex-cop was suffering from enterocutaneous fistula, which occurs in the intestinal tract due to which contents of the stomach or intestines leak through to the skin. The treatment includes surgery.
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