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Woman gangraped, thrown out of vehicle in Greater Noida

She shared the story of what happened with locals who informed police in Gautambudh Nagar. The police found her lying on a road in Greater Noida and took her to hospital. A police official told The Times of India: "We reached the spot and found the woman lying unattended". Meanwhile, the victim is undergoing treatment at a private hospital where she was admitted for medical examination.


BSEB class 10 results 2017 to be declared on this date

BSEB class 10 results 2017 to be declared on this date

The results can be accessed on BSEB's official website biharboard.ac.in after the results have been declared. "We are working out the modalities. Things are in an advanced stage", BSEB chairman Anand Kishor said in a HT report . India.com wishes all the students the best of luck for their BSEB Class 10 Results 2017 . Past year the result was declared on May 29. The results were considered to be harsh by many and led to a strong backlash after only 35 percent passed in the exams.


London tower toll rises to 79

London tower toll rises to 79

Cladding used on Grenfell Tower blamed for spreading the London blaze is banned in Britain, Finance Minister Philip Hammond says. "I do understand for the people of Grenfell Tower that is no consolation, but if we were to change that advice now and have everyone evacuating through single staircases, it would cause more problems and more injuries".


United Nations agency: survivors says some 126 migrants died in wreck

United Nations agency: survivors says some 126 migrants died in wreck

Nearly 130 migrants were feared to have drowned off the coast of Libya after smugglers stole the engine from their overloaded rubber dinghy, causing it to sink. More than 2,200 migrants were rescued from rickety boats by the Italian Navy, private charity boats and global military ships in the Mediterranean this weekend, IOM said.



Restoring powersharing the priority as Brexit talks begin, says Irish minister

Mr Varadkar said he was reassured by the commitment to transparency and ensuring the deal does "not in any way impact on the Good Friday Agreement". As he travelled to Belfast to participate in negotiations for the first time, Simon Coveney pledged to "spare no effort" in the process to salvage the crisis-hit institutions at Stormont.