Egyptian singer jailed for ‘controversial’ online music video

An Egyptian court has apparently sent a singer to jail for two years. Her crime – she appeared in anonline musicvideo in her underwear and performing suggestive actions. 25-year old Shaimaa (professionally known as Shyma), was arrested after hermusic onlinesparked outrage in a mostly conservative country. People can also listen mp3 online apart from viewing the video on social networking websites. She has thus been found guilty of inciting debauchery and publishing an indecent film, local media said. The online music video’s director has also been sentenced for tow years in prison. ‘’I have Issues’’ Shyma’s latest music songs, titled ‘’I have issues’’ is an English song. It sparks controversy due to people claiming that she disrupts the morality in society.She has been fined 10,000 Egyptian pounds ($560), and can appeal the verdict to a higher court.“I didn’t imagine all this would happen and that I would be subjected to such a strong attack from everyone,” she wrote onsocial networking…

5 Essential Things to Know about JEE Main 2018 Examination

The CBSE has come out with the dates for JEE Main 2018, leaving best Indian social networking sites abuzz. On April 8, 2018, the D-day would seal the fate of thousands of aspirants. The aspirants, who desire to get admission to bachelors courses in engineering to various colleges in the country. The hopes of their career depends on this examination.
Following are 5 Essential Things to Remember about the JEE Main 2018 examination –
Aadhar Card Mandatory 
Now this is a must-remember thing for all candidates who plan to write this exam. Keep your Aadhaar cards ready. Since these cards are already mandatory in CBSE schools, so CBSE school students are expected to already have them handy. However, most state boards do not have this system. So, such students from state boards better be ready with Aadhaar. Candidates who are not Indian Citizens, may however, be allowed to provide their passport number.
Two Papers JEE Main 2018 examination will consist of two papers:

Board Exam 2018: Minimum Scores to Pass Class 10, 12

The countdown to Board Exam 2018 has begun. The heartbeats of many students in India slowly begins to rise from the month of December for the final showdown in March next year. Board examinations in India refer to the annual public examinations. They take place at the end of 9th– 10thgrade education. Or, after the 11th– 12thgrade education. Gaining admission to various universities or professional courses, depend on the scores of these Board exams.
So, here are the minimum marks that you need to pass standard 10 and 12 papers.
The Central Board of Secondary Education has set the bar at 33 per cent for both, CBSE Class 10 and CBSE Board Class 12.