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NEET 2017 Exams for undergraduate will be held tomorrow across India. (Representative Image)

NEET 2017 Exams; Here’s how to crack it neatly

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraduate will be held tomorrow across India, a total of 11,35,104 students have registered for the NEET 2017 exam
What to expect in SSC MTS Paper 2017 on May 14, 28 and June 4, 11 (Photo/TechObserver)

SSC MTS Paper 2017; Here’s what to expect on next SSC MTS exam dates on May 14, 28 and June 4, 11

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) will conduct next batch of SSC MTS Paper 2017 on May 14, 28 and June 4, 11
So far question papers and answer keys for the morning shift which was conducted on April 30, 2017 have been uploaded by independent coaching centres. (Photo/Tech Observer)

SSC MTS Paper Leak 2017; Here’s new exam date, exam analysis, SSC MTS answer key 2017

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) found MTS Exam 2017 papers to be compromised. Hence, it cancelled the MTS Exam 2017 of afternoon shift which was held on April 30, 2017. Since then no new date has been announced for the re-exam.
The incident occurred last Sunday after one of the screens at Rajiv Chowk metro station accidentally aired pornography on April 9 around 5 pm. While many commuters were left embarrassed, several of them took time and even captured the incident on their mobile phone cameras. (Photo/Twitter)

Rajiv Chowk Metro Station Porn Video: Delhi police to probe

According to media reports, an ACP-level officer has been asked to conduct the investigation and find the person responsible.
The incident occurred last Sunday after one of the screens at Rajiv Chowk metro station accidentally aired pornography on April 9 around 5 pm. While many commuters were left embarrassed, several of them took time and even captured the incident on their mobile phone cameras. (Photo/Twitter)

Rajiv Chowk Delhi Metro Station Porn Video: Porn clip played on the screen meant to air advertisements

The smart LED TV system with accessible Wi-Fi port, which was meant to air advertisement, was misused by three men to play porn clip.
Although the companies are risking a backlash from customers who side with Trump, they say the pushback is necessary for an industry dependent on thousands of highly skilled foreign workers. (Photo/Agency)

US-Tech firms take stand against travel ban, risking backlash from President Trump

Through a Super Bowl ad, public statements and court filings, Silicon Valley's biggest companies are taking a strong stand against President Donald Trump's travel ban, saying high tech needs immigrants' creativity and energy to stay competitive.
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