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The key Indian equity markets provisionally closed higher on Thursday, tracking a similar trend in the benchmark Asian markets.
Dealers attributed the rupee's persistent fall to increased demand for the US currency from importers and foreign fund outflows.
The Sensex of the BSE after opening at 34,443.42 points, touched a high of 34,505.19 points and a low of 34,434.20 points.
The Kerala High Court order staying the state government ban on conducting classes for standard IX-XII in CBSE schools during summer vacation has been welcomed by almost all the schools in the city.
According to Kerala CBSE School Management Association general secretary Indira Rajan, CBSE has not prescribed a specific vacation period.
The BSE Sensex on Tuesday gained by 89.63 points to 34,395.06 as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Monday predicted yet another year of normal rains.
The Kerala High Court on Monday stayed the state government order imposing a ban on conducting classes for standards IX-XII in CBSE schools during summer vacation.
The court also asked the CBSE to place before it the records relating to the board's decision not to conduct the re-examination of class 10th mathematics examination, which also was allegedly leaked.
BSE sectoral indices, led by IT, Teck, oil and gas, PSU, power, infrastructure and banking stocks, declined up to 1.45 per cent.
Looking back at the CBSE paper leak controversy, school education secretary Anil Swarup tells Sumi Sukanya Dutta that rather than boot out the chairperson, she should be given a chance to fix loophole
Decided not to hold Class 10 Maths re-test after scientific evaluation : CBSE tells Delhi High Court
The court had asked the Board to indicate by April 16 its plans, if any, to re-conduct the Maths test for class 10.
The Delhi Police today said two bank officials and a woman have been arrested over their alleged involvement in leaking the CBSE class 10 mathematics paper.
The committee will suggest ways to make the system more secure with the use of technology and minimization of human intervention.
A 1988-batch Gujarat cadre IAS officer, Karwal, has been at the centre of a massive controversy that broke out following reports of class X and XII board paper leaks.
The CBSE today announced that the Class 10 and Class 12 examinations that were postponed in Punjab due to the 'Bharat bandh' on April 2 will now be conducted on April 27.