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The police have said that they have identified the killers and have launched a manhunt to nab them
The group posted a picture of the class on Facebook and were criticised for playing 'gender politics'
On multilingualism in the NEP, she asserted the government needs to be careful about pushing regional languages and it should not lead to "strong regional identities"
TMC has dismissed the allegations that suggested the party's role in the violence. TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh claimed that the incident was a result of a local conflict
The 17th Chief Minister of Punjab has a colourful history, to say the least. We take a look at his journey in the spotlight and why he decided to take oath at a remote village in Punjab
What happened on March 14: When Sonia Gandhi took over as Congress president and India's first sound film released
India's first sound film Alam Ara was released on March 14, 1931. It was written, produced and directed by Ardeshir Irani
Mamata's TMCP sets up unit at Presidency University, calls left organisations 'casteist and elitist'
A look at the TMCP's 10-point agenda shows some ground issues — from lending books from the library to a demand for more photocopy machines
"Not right to play politics in schools," retorts BJP's CT Ravi against Priyanka Gandhi's bikini statement
Ravi said that while students are free to wear whatever they want outside schools, uniforms must be donned in schools
There has been a mass mobilisation of Russian troops along the Ukrainian border and some experts fear that this might mean an invasion is imminent
From Sanatani tigress to Twitter warrior, how Twitterati reacted to the appointment of Prof Santishree Pandit as JNU's new VC
Professor Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit was appointed as the new VC of JNU on February 8. She did her PhD in International Relations from JNU in 1990
Only time will tell if the 'Pandit years' at JNU will see the same fate as that of Kumar, whose term was marred by controversies and criticism. Or, if it will bring forth progressive ideas and changes
Teachers, students... legislators: These Odia youngsters contesting in the panchayat polls are driven by a need for change
They are below 25 and are full of passion to serve. Currently busy with their own campaigns, these three young women are contesting elections with the intention of serving people
The principal of the college Prof Jalaja said the incident occurred outside the college gate of the main campus
After the move to rename 15 places in Arunachal Pradesh was met with strong opposition from the External Affairs Ministry, the new border law could spell further trouble for India
He was in conversation with Senior Journalist and Author Kaveree Bamzai at The New Indian Express' e-expressions webcast series along with former IAF officer AVM Arjun Subramaniam
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