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Sub-regional road connectivity pacts: From looking East to lin...

India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway could potentially increase intraregional trade. India's recent pact with Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal to facilitate free vehicular movement coupled with the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway could ... Financial Express, 9 hours ago

Maharashtra govt's stand on madrasas reeks of ignorance, but seminaries need to modernise too

The Maharashtra government's position that madrasas educating students without teaching them science, mathematics and social studies are non-schools and the children studying there will be considered "out of school has predictably drawn outrage from ...
 Firstpost.com19 hours ago
Indian Express

Muhammad Sajid, Indian Mujahideen serial bombing suspect, killed in Syria conflict: Jihadi websites

News of Sajid's death was also tweeted from a handle believed to be controlled by Fahd Sheikh who was among the four youngsters from Thane who were the first Indians to join the Islamic State. Fugitive Indian Mujahideen commander Muhammad Bada ...
 Indian Express17 hours ago Azamnagar youth who joined ISIS dies in Syria  Oneindia21 hours ago

Madrassas keep pace with syllabi of the times

Comment · print · T T T+· T- More and more madrassas are incorporating basic subjects along with management studies and skill-based courses.— Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma People think madrassas are institutes teaching only about Islam ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
DNA India

Maharashtra government trying to divert attention from its row-hit ministers: Opposition

The Maharashtra government's decision to classify madarsa students as "out of school children" and the resultant controversy has led to the opposition alleging that the issue was being used to deflect attention from controversies surrounding BJP ...
 DNA India2 days ago

Kaifiyat

Yeh chirag bujh rahe hain Mere saath jalte jalte... (Pakeezah) The lament in bejewelled Meena Kumari's eyes, the opulence of Kamal Amrohi's framework, the insanity of Ghulam Mohammed's tabla... all this could not have achievedits moment of ...
 FilmFare.com4 days ago

Several trains cancelled up to July 3

LUCKNOW: Movement of trains continued to be affected due to fire at route relay interlocking (RRI) at Itarsi on June 17. Railways have cancelled trains for June 28, 29, 30 and July 1, 2 and 3. Trains cancelled for June 28: 12792/12791 ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Rise and fall of a hooch baron

It is a story like many others from across India — a tale of greed, corruption, crime, and dehumanising poverty. The hooch business in the Malwani area, which has so far claimed lives of 102 people, has been going on for the last three decades. In these 30 ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Unaided schools employ teachers more than sanctioned posts

ALLAHABAD: Hundreds of teachers were allegedly found to be appointed more than the sanctioned posts in unaided secondary schools in many districts of the state. They were also drawing salary and perks from past several years. The matter came to ...
 Times of India1 week ago

SP to go all out to net Dalit votes

Comment · print · T T T+· T- In a clear departure from the past, the Samajwadi Party will make a concerted effort to woo the Dalits - long considered as the base vote of the Bahujan Samaj Party in Uttar Pradesh - by undertaking a ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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