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NEET-PG 2023 cut-off date disqualifies over 50% of current interns, medical associations urge govt. to intervene

The examination is set to take place on March 5, but some students are requesting a delay due to extended academic cycles and the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 9th January 2023

#WhatTheFAQ: What is happening in Joshimath, Uttarakhand's disappearing town?

The disturbing news of the houses and roads in the town developing huge cracks and a temple collapsing has been a cause for worry

Published on 7th January 2023

Himachal Pradesh: ED files chargesheet against 16 people in fake degrees scam

A money laundering investigation was initiated by Enforcement Directorate based on FIRs filed in the case of fake degrees being sold under the name of Manav Bharti University

Published on 6th January 2023

Calcutta High Court upholds dismissal of 59 primary teachers for obtaining appointments through illegal means

The dismissals were originally ordered by Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay, who also ordered a CBI investigation into the issue of irregularities in the appointment process 

Published on 5th January 2023

Primary schools in Jharkhand shut till Jan 8 due to cold wave; teachers to attend school to update records online

The weather forecast for Ranchi indicates minimum temperatures ranging from 7 to 10 degrees Celsius, with fog and cloudy skies

Published on 4th January 2023

Calcutta HC bench terminates the service of 143 primary teachers on charges of illegal job procurement

The decision was made on the grounds that the teachers were found to have obtained their jobs through illegal or unfair means or in exchange for some kind of consideration

Published on 4th January 2023
Indian Army spots 'Yeti'

Indian Army team spots 'Yeti' footprints on the Himalayas: Everything you need to know about the mythical beast

The Yeti is said to be an ape-like creature, much taller and bigger than an average human

Published on 30th April 2019
Rebecca Vedavathy

"We are going to read what we read, no matter what," says poet Rebecca Vedavathy

Commenting on the police's absurd line of questioning with regards to the arrests made in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case, the poet says they will continue reading what they read 

Published on 8th September 2018

Karnataka's new Primary and Secondary Education Minister says he will 'simplify the teaching process'. Here's his plan

Even as experts say that keeping schools closed any longer will rob kids of the right to education, minister BC Nagesh has suggested that the dates for reopening schools may be rescheduled

Published on 9th August 2021

Will hold discussions to increase representation of Dalits, other marginalised groups at Bangalore University, says VC

Speaking at an event to mark the Bhima Koregaon Vijay Diwas at the varsity, Dr Jayakara S M added that research was required to highlight the history of Dalits in India

Published on 2nd January 2023

Police scrutiny of Madrassa teachers from outside Assam: Chief Minister Himanta

Science and Math will also be taught as subjects in the Madrassas, the Right to Education will be respected and a database of teachers will be maintained

Published on 2nd January 2023

How is NExT 2023 being taken by medical candidates and experts? What are its positives and drawbacks, we discuss

While few candidates think NExT is a good move for the benefit of candidates, another lot criticises it for the duration and pattern of the exam

Published on 31st December 2022

Odisha: Government primary school teachers still awaiting fulfilment of their demands

Earlier, thousands of teachers from across the state conducted a protest in Bhubaneswar, where they slept on pavements

Published on 31st December 2022

Include digital civics and cybersecurity in school curriculum: Himachal Pradesh police to education department

Unlike conventional crime, cybercrime has no boundaries and is characterised by fast-paced technological changes, said police officials

Published on 29th December 2022

Karnataka: Cancellation of illegal posting of gov't teachers ordered by DPI

As many as 30 cases had been brought to the commissioner’s notice; there have been over 1,000 cases of teachers occupying illegal posts this year

Published on 29th December 2022

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