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Give up arms for pen: Super 30 founder to Maoist-affected area's youth

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Give up arms for pen: Super 30 founder to Maoist-affected area's youth

Raipur, Feb 21 Super 30 founder and mathematician Anand Kumar on Saturday urged a group of youths in Maoist-affected area of Dantewada to give up arms and take up the pen to script a new story of peace and prosperity by getting educated.

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Give up arms for pen: Super 30 founder to Maoist-affected area's youth

Give up arms for pen: Super 30 founder to Maoist-affected area's youth

Raipur, Feb 21 Super 30 founder and mathematician Anand Kumar on Saturday urged a group of youths in Maoist-affected area of Dantewada to give up arms and take up the pen to script a new story of peace and prosperity ...

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Australian state makes 'major shift' to school curriculum

Australian state makes 'major shift' to school curriculum

Sydney, Feb 21 Australia's New South Wales state will focus on better preparing students for university and employment in a major overhaul of its school curriculum. ...

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JNU says students spreading mininformation, face-off continues

JNU says students spreading mininformation, face-off continues

New Delhi, Feb 21 The face-off between the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration and the agitating students continued on Tuesday, with the university expressing shock at the "misinformation" being spread by...

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Hundreds of Delhi University retirees deprived of pension

Hundreds of Delhi University retirees deprived of pension

New Delhi, Feb 21 An administrative botch-up has deprived hundreds of Delhi University (DU) retirees of their pension since 2014, with the varsity telling a court here that it cannot abide by an August 2016 order to p...

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HC seeks JNU reply on M.Phil, Ph.D admissions

HC seeks JNU reply on M.Phil, Ph.D admissions

New Delhi, Feb 20 The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice to the JNU on a plea against a UGC notification that a Professor cannot guide more than three M.Phil and eight Ph.D scholars at any one time. ...

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Bengal to teach prisoners basic literacy through computers

Bengal to teach prisoners basic literacy through computers

Kolkata, Feb 20 With the aim to achieve 100 per cent literacy among prison inmates of West Bengal, the state has launched a Computer Based Fundamental Literacy Programme (CBFL), it was announced on Monday. ...

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Sisodia orders mid-day meal inspections by senior officers

Sisodia orders mid-day meal inspections by senior officers

New Delhi, Feb 18 Two days after a dead rodent was found in the lunch at a government-run school here, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday ordered that all 33 mid-day meal kitchens should be inspect...

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I am no 'Sanghi', there will be no seat cut: JNU Vice-Chancellor (IANS Interview)

I am no 'Sanghi', there will be no seat cut: JNU Vice-Chancellor (IANS Interview)

New Delhi, Feb 18 There will be no seat cuts in M.Phil and Ph.D courses and there is no reason for anyone to be agitating for the revocation of the UGC Gazette order of May 2016, says JNU Vice-Chancellor M. Jagadesh K...

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Dead rat in midday meal not one-off incident in Delhi: BJP

Dead rat in midday meal not one-off incident in Delhi: BJP

New Delhi, Feb 17 The BJP on Friday staged a protest against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the aftermath of nine students of a government school being taken ill after a dead rat was found in their midday mea...

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Never thought I was minority: Najma Heptulla

Never thought I was minority: Najma Heptulla

New Delhi, Feb 17 Manipur Governor Najma Heptulla on Friday said she found it strange when she was assigned independent charge of the Ministry of Minority Affairs, saying she never thought she was minority. ...

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Kejriwal not serious about people of Delhi: Congress

Kejriwal not serious about people of Delhi: Congress

New Delhi, Feb 17 The Congress on Friday attacked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal after nine students of a government school fell ill as a dead rat was found in the midday meal and alleged that the AAP leader has...

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Altaf Bukhari joins Mehbooba cabinet, gets Education portfolio

Altaf Bukhari joins Mehbooba cabinet, gets Education portfolio

Jammu, Feb 17 Syed Altaf Bukhari, who was on Friday inducted into the Mehbooba Mufti-led Jammu and Kashmir cabinet, was assigned the Education department portfolio in the PDP-BJP coalition government. ...

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2,500 refugee children attend schools in Greece

2,500 refugee children attend schools in Greece

Athens, Feb 17 Nearly 2,500 refugee children are currently attending public schools in Greece, Greek Minister of Education Costas Gavroglou said. ...

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Dead rat in midday meal in Delhi school, nine students hospitalised

Dead rat in midday meal in Delhi school, nine students hospitalised

New Delhi, Feb 16 A dead rat was found in a midday meal served at a government school in south Delhi on Thursday, following which at least nine students who consumed the food were hospitalised. All of them were said t...

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Interest in studying Science is declining: Bengal minister

Interest in studying Science is declining: Bengal minister

Kolkata, Feb 15 West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Wednesday drew attention to the decline in interest among students to study Science. ...

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