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Truck rams into CRPF camp wall

A speeding truck rammed into the wall of a CRPF camp barrack in southeast Delhi’s Govindpuri in the early hours of Monday, leading to chaos and panic. The driver was nabbed by CRPF personnel and handed over to local police. The incident took place when the personnel were sleeping in the barracks. They rushed out thinking that the camp had been attacked, sources said.

#CBSE UGC NET Jan Result 2017 Declared

cbsenet.nic.in CBSE UGC NET Jan Result 2017 Declared Now, Know all links to download your scores online

New Delhi, May 29: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce CBSE UGC NET Jan Result 2017 on May 29, Today at www.cbsenet.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in soon after a long wait. Right now, CBSE has activated the link of admit card download for the candidates to get their roll number. The CBSE UGC NET Jan Result 2017 is already delayed approximately by a month due to the controversies and protests at the UGC office regarding the suspension of UGC NET this year. Now, everything has been sorted and CBSE has published official website regarding the official declaration of CBSE UGC NET JAN Result. Candidates will be able to download their results at the official portal by putting the correct roll number and details

How to Check UGC NET Result 2017

  1. Candidates should open stars the official website of cbsenet.nic.in or Click on this link to check your CBSE UGC NET 2017 Results
  2. After that, they should enter the roll number or the registration number along with any other information asked. It would be wise to keep a copy of your admit card nearby.
  3. Click Submit, results would be displayed on the screen.

This year, the CBSE has decided to do away with the bi-annual examination. After the students’ requests, however, CBSE would be conducting the CBSE NET July 2017 examination. Team India.com Education wishes candidates all the best for future prospects.

KPS Gill’s last rites held: ‘He led by example .taught us how to be officers’, says senior police officer

Senior police officers broke down as the last rites of K P S Gill were held in the Lodhi Garden crematorium on Sunday. Friends, family and police officers – active and retired – bid farewell to the police officer who used to be called a "super cop". Kunwar Pal Singh Gill, who passed away at 82 on Friday in New Delhi after battling kidney and heart ailments for several years, earned a national reputation for his role in fighting the Khalistan insurgency