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Toppers of MPBSE 2017 Class 12 HSSC 2017

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Madhya Pradesh Board of School Education (MPBSE) declared Class 12 HSSC exams 2017 results on Friday Morning.

Along with results, the board has also revealed the statistical data of students who registered and appeared for the exam this year.

Below we have enlisted the top three state rankers according to streams.

Science stream (With maths) : the first rank is held by Sanyam Jain who has scored 485 marks out of 500. Second rank is secured by three students jointly namely Himanshi Sharma, Moin Khan, and Aniket Arora who have all got 484 /500.

Similarly, Third rank is also jointly held by Mukesh Baghel, Rishabh Makwana, Akash Prajapati, who have all claimed 483 /500 marks.

Science stream (With biology): Rakhi Sahu with 480 marks secured first rank. Jyotsna Jaat with 479 marks is second rank holder and thir rank is held by Aditi Jain with 478 marks.

Commerce stream: Vanshika Aagiwal who has scored 480 /500 is at number one. With 478/500 Priyanshi Rathi is the second ranker holder. Third rank is held by Aadishri Urdhareshe who has got 476 marks out of 500.

Humanities: With 472 marks out of 500 Anushka Johri topped the list. Prabha Kewat who secured 471 marks out of 500 attains second rank. Third rank is held by Savita who got 469 /500.

Fine Arts and Home Science: With 458 marks Shanti Gupta is the topper scorer. Second rank is held by Usha Devi Shrivas with 454 marks. Sudha Kushvaha attains third rank with 450 marks.

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Haryana man kills family, commits suicide

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Chandigarh, March 28 A-36-year-old grocery seller in Haryana’s Panipat town on Saturday allegedly shot dead his wife and two children with his licensed pistol before killing himself, the police said.

The dead included his eight-year-old daughter and five-year-old son. The incident occurred in Raj Nagar locality.

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COVID-19: Goa unearths its own ‘patient number 31’

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Panaji, March 28 In the ongoing COVID-19 saga, Goa may have found its own equivalent of South Korea’s patient number 31, an infamous title conferred upon he country’s 31st patient, who is believed to have spread the deadly virus to numerous people in Seoul.

In case of Goa, however, the 55-year-old patient, a US-returnee, was officially allowed to leave the isolation ward of a government facility near Panaji on March 25, before being summoned back by panicked hospital authorities in the evening after double-checking his COVID-19 positive status.

The patient had returned from the US earlier this month and had been in isolation for days.

On Friday, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said that 42 persons who the state’s three COVID-19 positive patients — including the 55-year-old — had met since their return to Goa from overseas had been quarantined, and suggested that the positive trio had met many more.

The 55-year-old COVID-19 positive patient alone, according to sources, met nearly 20 persons.

Sawant has warned of “huge scary scenario” in Goa on account of the extent of the potential spread of the virus, by the movements of the three patients, particularly the 55-year-old.

“The patients who are found positive are 100 per cent healthy. The patient who I was talking about yesterday, he is very fit. The other too are also fine, but this patient is 100 per cent healthy. Even today he can play football, he is so healthy,” Sawant said on Friday.

Sawant also said, that the three patients have hidden their travel history, which is why the extent of the threat in Goa posed by them could be potentially expansive.

“They have hidden their travel history, and the people of Goa are yet to realise the consequences of this disease,” Sawant said.

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Centre sends 10,000 coronavirus testing kits to Bengal

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Kolkata, March 28 The central government has sent 10,000 testing kits for detecting coronavirus infection to West Bengal, an official said.

The kits were dispatched from the National Institute of virology and reached the virology lab housed in the National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases (NICED) here on Friday.

A NICED official said arrangements were being made to send the kits to various coronavirus testing laboratories in the state.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has repeatedly complained of shortage of testing kits in the state. Some doctors had recently appealed to state governor Jagdeep Dhankhar to expedite the dispatch of the kits.

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