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CBSE paper leak case: Una teacher leaked both Class 12 economics and Class 10 maths question papers, say police

According to the police, the economics paper was leaked on 23 March—three days before the exam date—in Himachal Pradesh’s Una town and was shared on the WhatsApp by at least 40 groups. Photo: PTI New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education’s (CBSE) Class 10 mathematics question paper was allegedly leaked by a Una-based teacher who was arrested last week for ... Read More »

Why top social media experts say Facebook’s News Feed change is no big deal

For nearly three days after Facebook announced perhaps its biggest change ever to its News Feed, I was glued to my social media feeds like a Wall Street broker watching the stock ticker. The responses I saw there fell into two consistent groups: page owners and publishers (PANIC!) and trusted social media experts/influencers/consultants (Stay Calm and Keep on Posting!). Why are the ... Read More »

We want teachers to have their say on building better careers in education

‘The consultation looks at giving all teachers the chance to become leaders in their field, without necessarily taking on management responsibilities.’ Photograph: Alamy During a visit to Oakwood High School, my old comprehensive school in Rotherham, I was reminded of the role great teachers play in unlocking children’s talents. It meant a lot to me to see some of my ... Read More »

Bigger share of aid budget for education, say MPs

Education should receive a bigger share of the UK’s overseas aid budget, a cross-party report from MPs says. The International Development Select Committee said education is vital to improving lives in the world’s poorest countries. The proportion of the UK’s aid budget spent on education was about 7% in 2015, according to MPs. Stephen Twigg, who chairs the committee, said ... Read More »

61% say India’s higher education system is antiquated: IBM survey

The IBM survey analysed results of recent studies on the state of higher education globally and how start-ups and skills needs are impacting higher education in India. Photo: Mint New Delhi: Higher education in India has a long way to go to keep up with changing times, results of an IBM India survey showed. The IBM study titled Upskilling India ... Read More »

Trading Calls: Buy Muthoot Finance, Cipla; Sell Vedanta, Say Experts

Aditya Agarwal, Ruchit Jain and Lovelesh Sharma share their trading/short-term picks Indian markets struggled in early trade today but Nifty managed to hold the crucial 9,600 levels. Despite Nifty and Sensex trading flat, there was action aplenty in broader markets. The midcap and smallcap indices saw strong gains. The Asian stocks were mostly lower today following a subdued lead from ... Read More »

How can anyone say the car battery is best?

It is true that throughout the vehicle’s lifecycle, so old batteries must be replaced. It will drain with frequent electrical accessories usage as well as the lighting for a vehicle. Most of the car batteries will expire without any notification and that is why it is very important to replacing the car battery. Such simple steps will assist and ensure ... Read More »

Hobbyist Hackers Probably Caused Friday’s Internet Meltdown, Researchers Say

Some have worried that the massive cyber-attack that disrupted the Internet on Friday was the work of Russian government-backed hackers, politically motivated hacktivists or sophisticated cyber-criminals. But researchers at cyber-intelligence firm Flashpoint say the Internet meltdown may have been carried out by amateurs who haunt a popular hacking forum. Flashpoint helped Web service provider Dyn determine that hacked Internet-connected devices ... Read More »

Arun Jaitley, Raghuram Rajan Say India Will Withstand Brexit Vote

Raghuram Rajan pledged to inject liquidity in dollars and rupees as needed HIGHLIGHTS Mr Rajan pledged to inject liquidity in dollars and rupees as needed RBI intervened after rupee fell as much as 68.22 to the dollar Bond markets relatively sturdier, as investors moved towards safe-havens Mumbai/New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram ... Read More »

7th Pay Commission: Home Sales Likely To Improve, Say Realtors

New Delhi: Real estate industry bodies on Wednesday said housing sales are expected to improve following implementation of Seventh Pay Commission recommendations as prices have fallen in last few years because of a slowdown in the property market. Realtors’ two apex associations – CREDAI and NAREDCO – said the sector would also benefit from approval to a model law that allows shops, malls and cinema halls, ... Read More »