Around 6.5 lakh students sat for the first phase of NEET. The next phase of the exam is scheduled for July 24.
Muslims in many states are no longer opposing the BJP, as is evident in Assam, as they realise that our government is working for their welfare, she said.
The BJP would observe a 21-day-long 'vikas parv' from May 26-June 15 wherein 33 teams will visit half a dozen 'nerve centers' to promote the Govt's achievements.
Donald Trump, for the first time, has come out on top in the RCP polling average.
Chinese media reported that China is now looking to stretch its railway link to Bihar to improve connectivity with India and South Asia.
Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour, killed in a US drone strike in Balochistan, was a frequent flyer and used a Pakistani passport for his visits abroad for over nine years.
The 'Special One' is the only one who can make the faltering English giants great again.
With the board and selectors reposing their faith on youngsters, it will be interesting to see how they deliver.
When questioned specifically about the possibility of coaching Bayern, Low ruled it out, noting that the team has just signed an excellent manager in Carlo Ancelotti.
China's investment in India soared to around $870 m in 2015, six times that of 2014, according to a report.
The Sensex at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) ended 75 points up at 25,305 and the Nifty at the National Stock Exchange (NSE) closed 18 points higher at 7,749.
The consolidated generation through all its subsidiaries stands at 47,016 million units in 2015-16.
The Taliban chief has been killed in a drone offensive. The common thread is obvious enough - both operations were cleared by Barack Obama.
When the Bhartiya Janta Party is planning a Congress-mukht Bharat and political commentators are discussing a Gandhi-mukht Congress.
Domination of a single party is a reality of the past. Plural democracy has evolved over time and is now fairly entrenched in India.
UGC issued new gazette notification for college teachers.
Both the parties accused CM Arvind Kejriwal of 'ignoring' Delhi
The hospital would be set up near the village school.
The WBJEE engineering result is scheduled to be announced on June 5.
The NOTA option has bagged a total of 16607 votes in hills.
Writers' was handed over to Jadavpur varsity's department of architecture.
Ex-Min Srikant Jena and Mohanty addressed the convention in Langaleswar.
The seven mines include iron ore, manganese and a bauxite mine in Koraput district.
Farmers of Bamnipal had attended interactive session with the experts.
FIITJEE has designed its Talent Reward Exam as a platform to acquaint students with their first step towards success.
Jammu University is banking on a silver lining that offers hope for the future of higher education in conflict –hit zones.
Efforts are on to revive the ancient rituals in their purest form.
The actress treated the cast of her film.
The brand has introduced Skechers Go Flex Walk.
Sexual pleasure does not decrease with age.
Despite the SC's mandatory order on the National Entrance-cum eligibility test scripting subtle dollops of success.
The Association of Minority Professional Academic Institutes announced their Common Entrance Examination.
The Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Curtin University, Australia.
Mayur Puri will pen the dialogues of the Hindi version.
The singer opened up on his relationship with Gwen Stefani.
The actress answered a diverse range of questions on Twitter.
Ahead of his government's first full year budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday sought ideas from economists to attract investments, create jobs and finance infrastructure to put India back on high growth path. Modi brainstormed suggestions with leading economists at the maiden meeting of "think tank" NITI Aayog and will follow it up with another meeting with Chief Ministers on Sunday. "NITI Aayog had today organised a meeting ... (with) some very eminent economists with regard to the state of economy and steps required to boost investment, growth and even specific suggestions with regard to the Union Budget," Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters after the meeting. Jaitley, who will present the General Budget for 2015-16 on February 28, said suggestions were mainly related to the high growth roadmap for the Indian economy. "These were also in relation to the financing of infrastructure, how to attract investment, how to boost domestic savings and the state of agricultural sector was particularly discussed," the Finance Minister said. Niti Aayog is a "think tank" also and Friday's meeting was in that context, Jaitley said. The meeting also discussed suggestions with regard to effective implementation of several flagship schemes of the government and how poverty levels can be brought down. Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian, Aayog's full time members Bibek Debroy and V K Saraswat, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha, Planning Minister Rao Inderjit Singh, ex-RBI governor Bimal Jalan, Subir Gokarn, Ashok Gulati and G N Bajpai were also present in the meeting. NITI Aayog came into existence on January 1 after the government scrapped the socialist-era Planning Commission. When asked if giving statutory status to the Aayog was discussed in the meeting, Jaitley replied in negative. To another query, he said issues related to government subsidies too were not discussed.